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

    Brent Pogue Collection Part V — Large Cents The Finest Known 1794 Sheldon-57 Cent A Lord St. Oswald Gem Lot 5098. 1794 Sheldon-57. Head of 1794. Rarity-1. Mint State-65 RB (PCGS). ‘‘Anyone interested

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    The C4 Newsletter, Fall 2010

    1/9/2010

    concluded that some of the pieces may have been struck specifically for the visit of Lord St. Oswald, especially a 1795 silver dollar, Bolender 5 variety that has all the earmarks of a

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 6(153)

    15/11/1992

    MORE LORD ST. OSWALD EARLY C0PPER--28 YEARS LATER! Alan V. Weinberg Following my interview with Eric Strelner at the ANA In Orlando, I endeavored to obtain a copy of the February 18, 1992 Christie's

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    The C4 Newsletter, Fall 2010

    1/9/2010

    concluded that some of the pieces may have been struck specifically for the visit of Lord St. Oswald, especially a 1795 silver dollar, Bolender 5 variety that has all the earmarks of a

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 6(153)

    15/11/1992

    MORE LORD ST. OSWALD EARLY C0PPER--28 YEARS LATER! Alan V. Weinberg Following my interview with Eric Strelner at the ANA In Orlando, I endeavored to obtain a copy of the February 18, 1992 Christie's

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

    Part V — Large Cents Superb Gem Lord St. Oswald Acquired in Lot 5099. 1794 Sheldon-69. Head of 1795. Rarity- ^^The Lord St. Oswald pedigree is one of the most legendary

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

    Though the name “Lord St. Oswald” is now inseparable from the coins of NosteU Priory, the man who actually collected these coins was named William Strickland. David Tripp has uncovered and reanimated

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

    Pogue Collection Part II — Silver Dollars The Finest 1795 Silver Plug Dollar Extant The Lord St. Oswald Specimen Lot 2043. 1795 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar. Bowers Borckardt-18, Bolender-7.

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    The Asylum, Early Summer 1996

    1/6/1996

    he offers two "Lord St. Oswald" 1794 cents, with the following commentary: "In 1794, Lord St. Oswald made his way from En- gland to the newly-formed mint to purchase some coins for his collection... A

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    Public Auction Sale: United States Coins featuring the Robert J. Kissner Collection of U.S. Large Cents with other important consignments

    the Lord St. Oswald 1794 cents sold in Eng- land have altered the Condition Census to some degree. PLATE 258 1794 S-60, H-35. Thick Hair, close date. The Square Forelock. Maris' "Pata- gonian" obverse

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    The Magnifiecent Herman Halpern Collection of United States Large Cents

    From the renowned Lord St. Oswald hoard sold in England in 1964. A sensational coin which will easily command a bid in the middle four figure range.” The red has mellowed a bit since then, but the coi

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

    Brent Pogue Collection Part I — Half Dollars The Lord St. Oswald 1795 Small Head Half Dollar The Only Mint State Survivor Legendary Provenance Lot 1099. 1795 Overton-126a. Rarity-4+. Small ‘^Usually i

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

    Brent Pogue Collection Part V — Large Cents The Finest Known 1794 Sheldon-71 Cent From the Lord St. Oswald Collection Lot 5100. 1794 Sheldon-71. Head of 1795. Rarity-2. Mint State-65 RB (PCGS). M

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    The August 2014 Chicago ANA Auction Rarities Night

    Amazing Specimen 1795 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar Ex: The Lord St. Oswald Collection 13114 1795 Flowing Hair. BB-20, B-2. Rarity-3. BB Die State 11. Two Leaves. Specimen-64 (NGC). Boldly defined border

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

    also named Major the Lord St. Oswald, M.C. (or Sir Rowland Winn), had acquired the coins at the Philadelphia Mint in the years of manufacture and that they had descended in the family found general,

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

    The Jack Collins and Walter Breen book on 1794 dollars mentioned that the Lord St. Oswald 1794 dollar was last seen “at the bourse table of RARCOA/Ed Milas, Jr. during the 1987 ANA Convention in

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    Americana: Colonial and Federal Coins, Medals and Currency, Featuring Selections from the Hain Family Collection Part II

    SECOND FINEST KNOWN S.57 CENT The Lord St. Oswald Coin Lot No. 732 732 1794 S.57. Button on Cap. Mint State-64. A wonderful example. The obverse is toned in an attractive, pale brown and gold. Noyes!

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    Americana: Colonial and Federal Coins, Medals and Currency, Featuring Selections from the Hain Family Collection Part II

    LARGE CENTS MAGNIFICENT 1794 S.69 CENT The Lord St. Oswald Coin Lot No. 733 733 1794 S.69. Mint State-63 to 64. A magnificent example of the Blundered 1 Gardner Head variety. The obverse and reverse

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    The Asylum, Fall 1994

    1/10/1994

    1994 3 Who was Major the Lord St. Oswald? Michael Hodder Anyone interested in 1794 large cents, 1795 half dollars, 1794 dollars, or the history of the First United States Mint probably thinks he

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    The Asylum, Fall 1994

    1/10/1994

    most illustrious pedigree chains known: from the United States Mint in 1795 to Major the Lord St. Oswald to Christies' sale in 1964. The Norweb 1794 S-67 Cent and 1794 B-l Dollar, Superior's 1794

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    The Asylum, Fall 1994

    1/10/1994

    1994 5 If Major the Lord St. Oswald did not collect coins in 1795, how did the story that he did get started, how did we find out that it was wrong, and what does this new information mean for the

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    The C4 Newsletter, Fall 2010

    1/9/2010

    Even if we never know who exactly collected the “Lord St. Oswald” coins, we can be reasonably certain that it was someone in or near the year 1 795 (given the absence of later dates and the high

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    The C4 Newsletter, Fall 2010

    1/9/2010

    tMs Major the Lord St. Oswald - the only member of the family to have this specific title — was not at the PMladelpMa Mint a century and a few decades before he was actually bom! Nor was he a collecto

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    The C4 Newsletter, Fall 2010

    1/9/2010

    THE “LORD ST. OSWALD” COLONIAL COINS (Jeff Rock) Researching colonial coins has always been fun, but a dealer seldom has significant amounts of free time to devote to that part of the hobby, and

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 37, No. 6 (219)

    15/11/2003

    Frossard-Garrett-REN S-57 S-58 S-59 Wadlington Lord St. Oswald-Paschal-Sheldon-REN S-60 Heck Merritt-Haines-Wilson-Adams S-61 Wadlington Gilbert-Grandberg-French-Clarke S-62 Boka

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 38, No. 3 (222)

    1/5/2004

    Those ex-Lord St. Oswald 1794’s were stunning. . .So close up under the glass you could almost touch them. If you visually subtracted the case frame and the variety notations from the surface on which

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 5(152)

    15/9/1992

    Many of you have heard of the Lord St. Oswald estate coins, including 1794 and 1 795 dollars and 1 794 cents, gathered in the infant United States in the 1 790's, and sold in 1964 by Christie's,

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 27, No. 3(156)

    15/5/1993

    Lord St Oswald Collection, 100.00 Chreties: 2/18/1992, [Lord St Oswald Collection B], prl 15.00 Gborge Clapt us. Cents 1804-1814, 1941 15.00 Gborge Clapp A Howard Nbwcomk U.S. Cerus of the Years 1795,

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    OSTHEIMER COLLECTION RARITIES OFFERED

    08/01/2010

    along the way including one of the two Lord St. Oswalds, Lot 137 in the 1964 Christie, Manson and Woods auction of the Lord St. Oswald Collection. The Ostheimers collected in

    W. David Perkins forwarded this note about rarities with a numismatic literature connection from th

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    The Asylum, Fall 1994

    1/10/1994

    1994 3 Who was Major the Lord St. Oswald? Michael Hodder Anyone interested in 1794 large cents, 1795 half dollars, 1794 dollars, or the history of the First United States Mint probably thinks he

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    The Asylum, Fall 1994

    1/10/1994

    most illustrious pedigree chains known: from the United States Mint in 1795 to Major the Lord St. Oswald to Christies' sale in 1964. The Norweb 1794 S-67 Cent and 1794 B-l Dollar, Superior's 1794

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    The Asylum, Fall 1994

    1/10/1994

    1994 5 If Major the Lord St. Oswald did not collect coins in 1795, how did the story that he did get started, how did we find out that it was wrong, and what does this new information mean for the

    Read more

    The C4 Newsletter, Fall 2010

    1/9/2010

    THE “LORD ST. OSWALD” COLONIAL COINS (Jeff Rock) Researching colonial coins has always been fun, but a dealer seldom has significant amounts of free time to devote to that part of the hobby, and

    Read more

    The C4 Newsletter, Fall 2010

    1/9/2010

    tMs Major the Lord St. Oswald - the only member of the family to have this specific title — was not at the PMladelpMa Mint a century and a few decades before he was actually bom! Nor was he a collecto

    Read more

    The C4 Newsletter, Fall 2010

    1/9/2010

    Even if we never know who exactly collected the “Lord St. Oswald” coins, we can be reasonably certain that it was someone in or near the year 1 795 (given the absence of later dates and the high

    Read more

    Penny-Wise, Vol. 37, No. 6 (219)

    15/11/2003

    Frossard-Garrett-REN S-57 S-58 S-59 Wadlington Lord St. Oswald-Paschal-Sheldon-REN S-60 Heck Merritt-Haines-Wilson-Adams S-61 Wadlington Gilbert-Grandberg-French-Clarke S-62 Boka

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 38, No. 3 (222)

    1/5/2004

    Those ex-Lord St. Oswald 1794’s were stunning. . .So close up under the glass you could almost touch them. If you visually subtracted the case frame and the variety notations from the surface on which

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 23, No. 1(130)

    15/1/1989

    the Lord St. Oswald S-67. The coin was technically very close to mint state. However, at some time a lamina- tion had been pried out of the bust above the date and a repair was attempted. Surely this

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 5(152)

    15/9/1992

    Many of you have heard of the Lord St. Oswald estate coins, including 1794 and 1 795 dollars and 1 794 cents, gathered in the infant United States in the 1 790's, and sold in 1964 by Christie's,

    Read more

    Penny-Wise, Vol. 27, No. 3(156)

    15/5/1993

    Lord St Oswald Collection, 100.00 Chreties: 2/18/1992, [Lord St Oswald Collection B], prl 15.00 Gborge Clapt us. Cents 1804-1814, 1941 15.00 Gborge Clapp A Howard Nbwcomk U.S. Cerus of the Years 1795,

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    Public Auction Sale featuring U.S. and Canadian Currency, Broken Bank Notes, Confederate Fractional Currency...

    by Major the Lord St. Oswald; lot 143 in the Christie auction of his coins. By far the finest known, unapproached in con- dition by any other ever reported of this very rare variety. Neither Col.

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    Second joint public auction sale : early U. S. large cents, 1793-1814. [11/14-15/1973]

    Ex Lord St. Oswald (Christie’s, 1964), Erank H. Masters, Jr., lot 69. 379 1794. S-58 (R-3). Hays 16. The second Many Haired. Very Fine-25 in all. Light to medium brown with surfaces containing many

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    Second joint public auction sale : early U. S. large cents, 1793-1814. [11/14-15/1973]

    Like the other Lord St. Oswald piece in this sale, there is even evidence of original mint red in the letters one hundred for a DOLLAR about the edge! There is one tiny spot between two denticles on

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    The Greater New York Numismatic Convention Sale of United States, Ancient & Foreign Coins

    This coin was lot 141 in Christie’s Major Lord St. Oswald Sale held in Lon- don on October 13, 1964. It is illustrated in Walter Breen’s "Encyclopedia of United States and Colonial Proof Coins” where

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    The Reed Hawn Collection of United States Coins

    by Major the Lord St. Oswald; lot 143 in the Christie auction of his coins. By far the Finest Known, unapproached in condition by any other ever reported of this very rare variety. Neither Col. Green,

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    The Gibson Collection of United States Coins, Pioneer & Territorial Gold Coins and World Historical Coins

    They were the two in the Lord St. OswaldSale, 1964; a specimen in Kreis- berg-CIohen Sale, 1973, and one of the Lord St. Oswald coins sold again by Superior twice within a short space of time. We hav

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    The Autmun Sale: United States Gold, Silver & Copper Coins

    The two Lord St. Oswald specimens sold in London in 1964 for 4,000 Pounds each; 5. The Amon Carter specimen. "A coin of this quality is deserving of the finest cabinet of coins, and those interested i

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    The Greater New York Numismatic Convention Sale of United States, Ancient & Foreign Coins

    This coin was lot 141 in Christie’s Major Lord St. Oswald Sale held in Lon- don on October 13, 1964. It is illustrated in Walter Breen’s "Encyclopedia of United States and Colonial Proof Coins” where

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    The Jimmy Hayes Collection of United States Silver Coins: 50th Anniversary Sale

    This coin was lot 138 in Christie’s Major The Lord St. Oswald Sale held in London on October 13, 1964 (Oddly enough 170 years later almost to the day!). The coin was described in that sale as follows:

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    Auction '86: Featuring United States Gold, Silver & Copper Coins

    LARGE CENTS A GEM MINT RED 1794 CENT From The Lord St. Oswald Collection 1517. 1794, Gem Uncirculated (65/65). S-67. This magnificent coin last appeared in Steve Ivy’s 1980 ANA sale where it realized

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