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    July 25, 1837

    Gobrecht Journal #1

    15/12/1974

    and on July 25, 1837 some 20 Proofs were struck, commemo- rating the inception of the new design. One of these was placed by Adam Eckfeldt into what would the next year be officially named the Mint

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    The Clarion, vol. 5, no. 1

    1/4/1988

    V July 25 , 1837 , .Vo. Treasurer. Figure 11: T urnpike Company Note Summary The odd denominations of many early Pittsburgh notes are enduring reminders of the city’s roots. They are a direct link to

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    E-Gobrecht, vol. 4, no. 1

    1/1/2008

    On July 25, 1837, some few dozen proof half dimes were distributed to Mint personnel in their celebration of the first successful run of this denomination on the new Seated design. I find this to be a

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    Gobrecht Journal #1

    15/12/1974

    and on July 25, 1837 some 20 Proofs were struck, commemo- rating the inception of the new design. One of these was placed by Adam Eckfeldt into what would the next year be officially named the Mint

    Read more

    The Clarion, vol. 5, no. 1

    1/4/1988

    V July 25 , 1837 , .Vo. Treasurer. Figure 11: T urnpike Company Note Summary The odd denominations of many early Pittsburgh notes are enduring reminders of the city’s roots. They are a direct link to

    Read more

    E-Gobrecht, vol. 4, no. 1

    1/1/2008

    On July 25, 1837, some few dozen proof half dimes were distributed to Mint personnel in their celebration of the first successful run of this denomination on the new Seated design. I find this to be a

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    The TNA News, January-Febrary 2013

    1/1/2013

    Variety 1 (No Stars on Obverse) This design went into production on July 25, 1837 with the minting of 20 proof pieces. Lady Liberty faces the left on the obverse of the coin. She is sitting on a rock

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    Brussels Collection: Paper Money of North America

    60 sous July 25. 1837 and Sefton and Beaudet. 30 sous July 8. 1837. VG with some tears and edge damage. The last note is not listed by Charlton. 3 Pcs. Felix Plante 6,12 and 15 sous Aug. 9, 1837. VF t

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    U.S. Gold, Silver & Copper Coins

    One of 20- 25 pieces struck on July 25, 1837, to mark the introduction of this new design on the Half Dimes. Breen listed 7 specimens, and had seen others. We feel that about a dozen still survive,

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    United States Gold, Silver and Copper Coins

    one of 20 made on July 25, 1837 to celebrate inception of the new design. . . this ‘carries its own credentials’ despite one small contact mark just below terminal leaf on left branch.” In custom

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    Numismatic Images on American Paper Currencies, The Lawrence R. Stack Collection

    July 25, 1837. Very Fine. Fully issued note. Moderate format size scrip note. Imprint of Imprimerie de Louis Perrault, a Montreal. French and English texts. Top center. Capped Bust Half Dollar reverse

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    Numismatic Images on American Paper Currencies, The Lawrence R. Stack Collection

    July 25, 1837. Very Good. Eully issued note. Moderate format size scrip. Imprint of Imprimerie de Louis Perrault, a Montreal. Erench and English text. At top center, Spanish Colonial Real reverse.

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    75th Anniversary Sale

    Perhaps 20 Proofs exist from this tiny initial striking of these on July 25, 1837, and most were given out to dignitaries or other special friends of the mint. Minor hairlines account for the grade

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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection, Masterpieces of United States Coinage, Part V

    was first struck on July 25, 1837. “I have the pleasure to send you herewith 20 half dimes of the new emission,” Mint Director Robert MaskeU Patterson wrote to Treasury Secretary Levi Woodbury that

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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection, Masterpieces of United States Coinage, Part V

    for presentation to Treasury officials and otherVIPs.” A July 25, 1837 letter presenting a small group of new half dimes to the Treasury Secretary does mention that dimes had already been produced and

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