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    Coin World [07/04/1994] (pg. 53)

    7/4/1994

    T FROM COINS OF GREAT B George 5 8714 11727 Shilling 1718 loses smd plumes Isi Bust S 3645 Hint of tone Virtually Uncirculated 4SOCd Shiilmg 1723 SSC hi Bust S 3647 Toned EsiresteSy E 125 00 Shilling 1723 SSC S 3647 Toned V y Hne _ 35 00 Shilling i723 SSC 2nd Bust S 3643 Trie scarce variety Haymarked otherwise Good Extremely Fate 5200 00 1724 2nd Issue peck 806 Obverse lightly Brown Red about reverse devices Brilliant Uncirculated___ 350 00 George El 1727 17311 Halfcrown 1745 Roses 8 3694 Nice Fine nearly Very Fme 65 00 Halfewn 1745 LIMA S 3695 Light gray to Uncirculated Brilliant 80000 Kdfcrawn 1746 UMA S 3695 Ftse Very Fine 35 00 s 3697 Choice 150 00 z 1727 Yi Very Rise Scarce Shill tag 1734


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    The Numismatist, October 1989 (pg. 106)

    10/1/1989 ANA Numismatist

    The Ghost of peck House W HEN THE LATE William C Henderson related his tales of the Old West he seldom failed to spice his stories with little known anecdotes To the citizens of our town Colorado Springs Bill was a man of varied talents and count less interests On the local scene he is best remembered as a former mayor and member of the city council To the city s financial community Bill was a founder


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    Coin World [08/23/2010] (pg. 84)

    8/23/2010

    AUDUBON from page 1 A chance meeting between the two men led to the discovery that crowned a 12 year search by peck with five years of help from New man now age 99 Although Audubon had begun studying and sketching birds at the beginning of the 19th century it wasn t until 1820 that he left for his first venture into the wilder ness with the specific goal of finding and painting every bird in North America and then publish ing them In 1824 the same year he began searching for a publisher for his painti


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    The Numismatic Review and Coin Galleries Fixed Price List (pg. 53)

    /1966 Numismatics Periodicals

    tock Price B848 2 Pence 1797 Type as above Extra Fine to About Uncirculated 25 00 B849 2 Pence 1797 Type as above A Choice Very Fine 17 50 B850 2 Pence 1797 A nice Very Fine Shows even normal wear with a minimum of knocks and nicks Dark brown 15 00 B851 Pattern Penny 1797 Olive branches below bust Rv Britannia wears helmet and sits on globe Olive branches below Bronzed Proof peck 1083 Two slight edge knocks on reverse otherwise Uncircu lated Rare 50 00 B852 Penny Bronzed Proof 1797 Peck 1109 Upper loose tie end down FDC 50 00 B853 Penny Bronzed Proof 1797 Upper loose tie end out Six incuse gunports Peck 1122 FDC PLATE 55 00 B854 Penny 1797 Current Upper tie down Medium dark brown A Choice specimen for the grade Extra Fine to About Uncirculated 20


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    N.O.W. News, Summer 2005 (pg. 20)

    7/1/2005

    journal well worth the 1 0 per year member ship fee CWTS can be reached by writing Dale Lade 26548 Mazur Dr Rancho Palos Verde CA 90275 My interest in Civil War Tokens begins and ends with the peck and Orvis store cards of Baraboo I collect historical items related to Baraboo including paper scrip glass memora bilia and CWT store cards Baraboo has but one store card associated with its Civil War history that of the dry goods store known in 1 863 as Peck and Orvis The bible of Civil War Store Cards is the book U S Civil War Store Cards by George and Melvin Fuld Listed in this


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 427)

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals

    414 HARPER S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE ney interposed the doctor I m glad to be here on any terms Go on Putney Oh there isn t anything more You know how Miss Kilburn here has been round throwing ridicule on Brother peck because he wants the shop hands treated with common decency and my idea was to get the two together and see how she would feel Dr Morrell laughed at this with what Annie thought was unnecessary malice but he stopped suddenly after a glance at her and Putney went on as if it were not a personal matter Brother Peck pleaded another engage ment Said he had to go off into the country to se


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 13, No. 3 (pg. 15)

    6/1/1973 numismatics periodicals tokens medals

    specialized steamboats to transport military and Indian supplies to the upper Missouri In 1872 Durfee and peck carried more than 10 000 tons of government freight in addition of course to their own private freighting business The boats controlled by Durfee and Peck comprised quite a fleet their point of embarkation for the upper Missouri region was Sioux City Iowa 4 Reverse of Durfee Peck token 5 Reverse of E H Durfee token Between 1866 and 1872 about 30 licenses were granted to E H Durfee


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    Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin: May 1960 (pg. 15)

    5/1/1960 Numismatic Periodicals

    187 ENGLISH COPPER TIN AND BRONZE peck C WILSON English Copper Tin and Bronze Coins in the British Museum London 1960 575 large pages 50 plates We can supply price 5 12 6 postage etc inland 3 overseas 5 This is far more than a mere catalogue of the coins of this series in the British Museum it is a corpus of English minor coins including patterns and proofs During the last fifteen years we have received


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    Paper Money (November/December 2006) (pg. 36)

    11/1/2006 Numismatics

    434 November December Whole No 246 Paper Money Nellie T peck National Bank President Above right The bank occupied this building from 1903 until 1971 when it moved to new quarters By Karl Sanford Kabelac Far right The local newspaper carried this article on April 25 1900 about the founding of the National Bank noting Nellie T Peck as the president N ellie t clark peck w as a nativt of pulasio NY a vUhige in ceniml New ork about 40 miles n


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 13, No. 3 (pg. 14)

    6/1/1973 numismatics periodicals tokens medals

    INDIAN TRADE TOKENS E H DURFEE AND DURFEE peck Harley W Rhodehamel TAMS 1911 Indian trade tokens had their greatest use in Arizona and New Mexico yet such tokens were used by Indian traders in other states and ter ritories as well as in Canada Tokens apparently did not play much of a role in the extensive Indian fur trading activities of the upper Missouri region E H Durfee a most enterprising Indian trader when one considers the nu


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    The Numismatic Review and Coin Galleries Fixed Price List (pg. 54)

    /1966 Numismatics Periodicals

    Stock B876 B877 B878 B879 B880 B881 B882 B883 B884 B885 B886 B887 B888 B889 B890 B891 B892 B893 B894 B895 B896 B897 Silver Proof Farthing 1806 Late Soho peck 1393 Slight planchet edge defect above III About Uncirculated PLATE Farthing 1806 Current Peck 1399 Medium brown Choice Very Fine George IV Second Issue Penny 1825 Plain head Rv A No central line on saltire Peck 1420 Extra Fine About Uncirculated Proof Penny 1826 Type as above Bronzed Peck 1423 From the Specimen Set Choice Scarce PLATE Penny 1826 Type as above Bronz


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 235)

    /2011 Numismatics Periodicals

    nium sets 1860 and 1887 bought by Baldwin for stock the edges not noted Nobleman 418 was bought by Baldwin for stock according to their notes The 1887 gold obverse uniface must have a plain edge if previously recorded or if grained edge is unrecorded The aluminium sets of 1860 and 1887 could be either plain or grained edge Note that Fred Baldwin had an 1887 grained edge set as recorded by peck and the BM obtained a milled edge 1860 set and a plain edge 1887 set from the Clarke Thornhill bequest but it is not possible to identify a provenance for the various options If the coin illustrated for Wilson and Rasmussen 2000 392 is assumed to be correctly attributed as having a grained edge and for the metal type see n 37 then the Baldwin piece should be one of these two coins as the tw


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    The Numismatic Review and Coin Galleries Fixed Price List (pg. 50)

    /1969 Numismatics Periodicals

    Half Pennies Stock Price A835 George I Half Penny 1718 Type I Dump peck 774 Extra Fine with an attractive dark tone 17 50 A836 George II Half Penny 1749 Old head A Nice Extra Fine 12 50 A837 Half Penny 1752 Struck on a large flan With a nice dark chocolate tone About Uncirculated and attractive 27 50 A838 George III Half Penny 1770 Youthful bust Strong traces of red Uncircu lated An attractive coin 30 00 A839 Half Penny 1771 Type as above Uncir


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 465)

    7/1/1897 Numismatics; Periodicals

    By seeing her mother manage her father or perhaps hy seeing how easily her father could be managed if her mother only understood him belter I 121 Miss Bell is evidently one of Ihe feminine women not advanced and yet not retiring Her final essay on The New Woman is good sense well put As different ns maybe from Miss Bell s anatomizing of sex is the analysis made by Mr Harry Tlturslon peck in one of Ihe essays now gathered into The Personal Equation Miss Bell is nothing if not American Mr Peck is unhesitatingly American also but with most cosmopolitan interests In this volume he discusses Mr Howells M Marcel Prevost Mr George Moore IlerrNordau an American a French man an Irishman and a German and he expresses his opinion frankly on children s story books on Americ


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 99 (pg. 3)

    4/1/1995

    April 1995 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 1482 extensive currency Betts 8 followed by describing the pieces again as medals and only reiterated some of Crosby s and Snelling s previous discussions of the series Next peck 9 briefly discussed the London related varieties in his review of English copper coins He referenced Montagu 10 who considered these to be patterns for a halfpenny of the William and Mary period This attribution was based on the 1694 date on the Carolina and New England varieties Peck however supported an earlier Charles II issuance following both Thoresby 1 1 and Snelling Thoresby howeve


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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 39, no. 1-4 (pg. 55)

    3/1/2005 Civil War Tokens

    two conducted business at 103 Third Ave as peck Orvis Advertisements lor the business note Peck Orvis were dealers in staples drugs and groceries and invited the public to call on the store and examine our stock see ad On March 1 1864 with the Civil War still raging and while the tokens they produced were still new Mr Peck transferred his ownership of the business to T D Lang The business then continued as Orvis Lang


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 891)

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals

    878 HARPER S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE with Mr peck and this was perfectly easy in the interview she forecast but at the sound of his buggy wheels in the lane a thought came that seemed to for bid her even to speak of Mr Peck to him For the first time it occurred to her that the minister might have inferred a meaning from her eagerness and per sistence infinitely more preposterous than even the preposterous letter of her words A number of l


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 250)

    /1967 Numismatics Periodicals

    OBITUARY 205 in cramped and highly inconvenient quarters hastily adapted from one of the old official residences still managed to be open without formality during the lunch hour later peck was to observe to an inter viewer that the catalogue could never have been undertaken if he had not been able to slip up to the Museum in the middle of the day Successfully re introduced by Dr John Allan the pre war shift system which still gave the staff at least a whole hour for lunch was working very smoothly and one of the pleasures of early duty was the oppor tunity it gave for p


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 215)

    /2011 Numismatics Periodicals

    A STUDY OF THE WEYL PATTERN PENNIES HALFPENNIES AND FARTHINGS DATED 1860 AND 1887 R J PEARCE Introduction The Weyl patterns are a series whose existence was first acknowledged in the Murdoch sales at Sotheby s rooms in 1903 and 1904 The reason for their production is unknown and little has been written about them to date in the standard reference works of British numismatics with C W peck s half page contribution in the British Museum catalogue being the only attempt to address their origin M J Freeman is silent on this restricting his input to the descriptions only 1 The Weyl patterns are thought to have been made by Lauer of Nuremberg with both the early catalogues and Peck noting they were of German origin Peck further stated that the series now under discussion was distr


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    Coin World [11/17/1965] (pg. 9)

    11/17/1965

    COIN WORLD Wednesdoy November 17 1965 Foge Nina EMPIRE CONTINUES A CHOICE ENGLISH LISTING PENNIES Cent I860 Transitional toothed beaded penny List ed as peck No 1628 Sharp Fine The first wt hate offered for sale Extreme ly rare Sharp Fine with all details well defined 450 00 1862 Brown line 10 00 Red and brown Unc 12 50 Brilliant Uncirculated 13 00 1863 Fine 1 50 VF 2 50 EF 3 50 AU 7 00 1864 Rare date AG date sharp and clear 4 00 G 8 00 VG 15 00 plain 4 variety F 25 00 Cross let 4 variety Fine 25 00 1865 3 Overdate Very rare


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    Coins: The Magazine of Coin Collecting - January 1976 (pg. 45)

    1/1/1976 Numismatics Periodicals

    Carl Allenbaugh s Expertease A wee bird sat on a great big rock What a magnificent rock it thought I shall preserve it for the ages It looked about and to its horror spied a rock munching gnawing a tiny hole in the great big rock How terrible the wee bird thought Mois ture will gather in the tiny hole and in time will split the great big rock It drew back its wee beak and with a single peck destroyed the rock munching augerworm When the other birds saw what the wee bird had done they clapped their wings and sang songs of praise With a single peck the wee bird had preserved the integrity of the great big rock None noticed that the single peck had dislodged a grain of the rock which tumbled unseen to the plain below Exalted by the praise of its fellows and the sense of power it


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    N.O.W. News, Summer 2005 (pg. 21)

    7/1/2005

    still raging and while the tokens they pro duced were still new Mr peck transferred his ownership of the business to T D Lang The business then continued as Orvis Lang Perhaps Mr Peck sold his interest due to poor health because he died of consumption tuberculosis in Madison Wisconsin on June 27 1 867 aged 36 years and 1 2 days 3 His obituary in the July 3 1 867 Baraboo Republic notes that Mr Peck was very highly esteemed for his many excellences


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 74 (pg. 69)

    9/1/1986

    Volume 26 N6 3 EMERGENCE OF COPPER the colonial newsletter Serial No 74 Notes for Table VI 1 Data from Craig London Mint xv 175 178 221 416 427 428 2 Data from peck British Museum 106 140 3 Data of observed weights from Peck British Museum 620 621 4 These imported planchets were ready to strike Liter in 1672 a 2 5 d Swedish export tax was imposed thus raising the production costs The weight of the coin was appropriately adjusted with a greater yield per pound of copper The profit to the crown was decreased by 1 2 d 5 Data from Peck Britis


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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 39, no. 1-4 (pg. 53)

    3/1/2005 Civil War Tokens

    of all the varieties of this store card contain the words peck Orvis Druggists Grocers Baraboo Wis Several reverses are known for this store card but only one variety is common the Union Forever or reverse number 1246 in the f uld book This token is listed as 45A 5a and is struck in copper with a plain edge About 100 or 200 of this particular token are known to exist There are 12 other varieties of the Peck Orvis store card Some varieties


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 724)

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals

    tion which broke into eager talk among the people before they got out of church and which began with question whether one of the Gerrish children was sick and ended in the more satisfactory conviction that Mr Gerrish was offended at something in the sermon Well Annie said Putney with a sa tirical smile Oh Ralph Ellen what does it mean It means that Brother Gerrish thought Mr peck was hitting at him in that talk about the large commerce and it means business said Putney Brother Ger rish lias made a beginning and I guess it s the beginning of the end unless we re all ready to take hold against him What are you going to do Do Anything Everything It was abominable It was atrocious she shuddered out with disgust How could he imagine that Mr Peck would do


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 37, No. 2 (pg. 16)

    4/1/1997 numismatics periodicals tokens medals

    Atlantic Mine was soon producing respectable amounts of gold ore He built a cabin to which he soon added four more rooms and then another seven more By 1862 the peck House was known as one of the better hotels of the region Over the past 140 years many different luminaries have stayed at the Peck House including Ulysses S Grant William Tecumseh Shenman and P T Bamum Amazingly it is still open for business easily making it the oldest hotel in continuous operation in Colorado Peck House is said to still be haunted by the ghost of Peck s granddaughte


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    Underwood's Counterfeit Reporter (pg. 19)

    3/1/1884 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    nect with the Mackey Bennett cable When their lines were completed they would with the aid of the Post Office Distribut ing Department be able to handle about all the correspondence of the people and would then make a contract with the Post Office Department to conduct a postal telegraph system at a less rate per word than the cost to the department would be if it adopted the common system peck s Assets and inabilities THE ASSIGNEE S REPORT DISP 1 8 THE HOPE OP THE DEPOSITORS Patchogue N Y February 16 1884 Edgar Peck the banker who failed and tried to kill himself has never appeared on the street since the day he shot a bullet through the roof of his mouth His friends say he has not recovered from the injury Peck s assignee is a lawyer named Potter A few days ago Potter fi


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 171)

    /1972 Numismatics Periodicals

    edge filed to remove this 18 Illeg 120 27 6 Cast counterfeit mould line visible in parts 19 Illeg 115 27 6 27 Cast counterfeit mould line visible in parts 20 Illeg 111 27 8 Cast counterfeit mould line visible in parts and traces of vertical filing around edge 21 Illeg Type 3 2 101 5 26 5 Light weight cast counterfeit with edge hammered to simulate thickness 22 1700 124 27 3 peck large 00 in date 23 1700 117 28 4 27 8 Cast counterfeit slight traces of mould line visible 24 1701 123 5 27 8 27 4 25 Illeg 151 27 9 26 Illeg 132 5 28 4 28 1 Cast counterfeit Edge filed possibly to remove mould line 27 Illeg 129 5 27 7 26 1 Obv S touches king s hair cf Peck 690 and 691 28 Illeg 119 5 27 5 26 9 Cast counterfeit 29 Illeg 118 5 27 1 26 7 Cast counterfe


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 251)

    /1967 Numismatics Periodicals

    206 OBITUARY with Mr Keep making his way back to Amen Court Dr Walker going to a small restaurant in Soho and peck and the writer adjourning to a particular public house in High Holbom for the really very frugal and even abstemious repast which went by the name of a liquid lunch The volume appeared in 1960 and reviews such as those from the pen of the late Albert Baldwin in the 1960 Journal and of Mr P J Seaby in the 1964 Numismatic Chronicle are evidence for posterity of what his contemporaries made o


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 228)

    /2011 Numismatics Periodicals

    194 A STUDY OF THE WEYL PATTERNS Freeman peck Edge Metal Sale references Notes Weight g F868 P2139 Grained Bronzed 15 Murdoch 676 pt bt Lincoln Peck NCirc Jan 1968 CC3775 Freeman 290 pt bt Deane Baldwin Ma Hong Kong sale 41 31 8 2006 lot 904 Tan 51828 12 30 F869 P2140 Grained Copper Murdoch 676 pt bt Lincoln Seaby noted by Peck Freeman 292 bt Reetor Heritage sale 2 1 201 1 lot 24197 12 41 F P Grained Tin 16 Mu


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 229)

    /2011 Numismatics Periodicals

    A STUDY OF THE WEYL PATTERNS 195 Freeman peck Edge Metal Sale references Notes Weight g F878 P2148 Grained Copper Murdoch 676 pt bt Lincoln Seaby noted by Peck Obv uniface F879 P2149 Plain Gold Murdoch 538 pt Roberts Plymouth Obv uniface 15 31 37 RJP W R 391 F880 P2150 Plain Silver Murdoch 639 pt bt Lincoln Spink sale 55 8 10 1986 lot 548 Spink sale 101 24 11 1993 lot 336 Obv uniface F881 P Plain Copper Murdoch 675 p


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine (pg. 573)

    /1908 Numismatics Periodicals

    ction whence her heart pro pelled it She thought of her husband she thought of him without respite but all her vigor was now in her mind and heart Her body had become suddenly and unaccountably weak This fact she did not notice or if she did she gave no sign She never permitted herself to be wdiat is called sick abed but lay upon the outside of it beneath her rose pink puff Miss peck observed her not with out anxiety I sent for the doctor she said Just our luck he s gone off out of town somewhere You ll have to let me call one the others But Mrs Glessner shook her head She was paying the least possible atten tion to anything the nurse was saying and this Miss Peck perceived Tain t a good day she suggested consolingly You might as well be a mouse in


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 61)

    /1858 Numismatics Periodicals

    of the character of a corduroy road but soon exchanged ignorance and bliss for ex perience and jolting The road struck into the woods within a mile or two and here the way had been made smooth by felling the trees and laying their trunks side by side at right angles to the track Bounce ti bounce ti bump over stumps Isn t this bounce going to ride with a bump bang goes peck s gun ac cidentally discharged into the air in one of our mutual collisions as we wedged together at the lowest sag of the buck board The horses took fright of course at the explosion and away we went for half a mile or so bounding along rather terrifically How Bill Kent kept his seat on the forard X and held his horsed we did not see perhaps because our attention was quite thor ou


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    Coin World [03/03/1965] (pg. 22)

    3/3/1965

    only known English penny dated 1954 In 1954 a small number of English pennies bearing that date were struck at the Royal Mint in London As no further coinage order materiol ized the dies together with the coins excepting the only known surviving exomple were destroyed In 1956 the 1954 penny was acquired by the London numismatic firm of Spink Son who subsequently sold it to Mr C Wilson peck of thot city for inclusion in his collection of British copper and bronze coins The incomparable Peck collection together with the holdings of the British Museum and a number of other outstanding cobinets formed the basis of the monumental reference work English Copper Tin and Bronze Coins in the British Museum 1558 1958 outhored by Mr Peck ond pub lished by the trustees of the British Muse


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    Coin World [03/27/1991] (pg. 3)

    3/27/1991

    ation at a meeting during the ANA Professional Numismatists Guild Early Spring Convention in Dallas March 1 3 Stephen Bobbitt director of public relations for the ANA said the action during the convention reinforced the ANA s support late last year of the proposal to strike coins as close as legislatively possible to the original coins initially issued by the U S Mint according to Spencer peck vice president of the New Jersey Numismatic Soci ety and project coordinator Congress established the Mint in 1792 and the Mint began regular operations in 1793 with the issuance of copper half cents and cents Peck anticipates Congress will devote 1992 to coins marking the Olympic Games and the 500th anniversary of the first voyage to the New World by Christopher Columbus We want these coin


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    Coin World [07/25/2005] (pg. 110)

    7/25/2005

    o the Federal troops of the North as union cases were carried by men from both sides of the conflict Explorer Marco Polo had returned from China with decorative items similar to Chi nese lacquers and produced in molds What manufacturers achieved was the combination or union of a plastic sub stance into a molding process to produce daguerreotype cases The term Union was coined by Samuel peck as an unregistered trade name for the composition of material in his new cases The success of the cases resulted in Peck having to note on his cases that they were the genuine Union Cases as the name fell into genera use among his competitors Peck s plastic compositions consisted of shellac and pulverized wood fibers saw dust that when homogeneously mixed and heated sufficiently produce


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    Coin World [02/20/1995] (pg. 7)

    2/20/1995

    e Federal troops of the North as union cases were carried by men from both sides of the conflict Explorer Marco Polo had re turned from China with decora tive items similar to Chinese lac quers and produced in molds What manufacturers achieved was the combination or union of a plastic substance into a molding process to produce da guerreotype cases The term Union was coined by Samuel peck as an unregis tered trade name for the compo sition of material in his new cases The success of the cases resulted in Peck having to note on his cases that they were the genuine Union Cases as the name had fallen into general use among his competitors Peck s plastic compositions consisted of shellac and pulver ized wood fibers sawdust which when homogeneously mixed and heated sufficient


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    Coin World [02/07/2011] (pg. 188)

    2/7/2011

    is Feb 27 1667 entry about a new medal by Roettier marking peace that followed the Battle of Bre da that featured Stewart as Britannia The features of the Britannia on the Breda medal certainly resemble those of the lady on the Britannia coins and if due allowance is made for the smaller size of the latter there is little doubt that the same person is represented on both C Wilson peck writes in English Copper Tin and Bronze Coins in the British Museum 1558 1958 That resemblance still doesn t confirm that Stew art was the model for the Breda medal Peck wrote and it would seem to depend upon whether Pepys s recognition of the likeness to Frances Stewart was genuinely spontaneous and unbiased or whether she was the victim of a rather convinc ing rumour or possibly merely


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals (pg. 102)

    1/1/1883

    94 PRODUCTION OF PRECIOUS METALS IN UNITED STATES The Alta is south from the peck aud shows a foot vein of chloride ore which has assayed from 100 to 5 000 per ton The Evening Star is south of the Alta It is opened by several shafts and drifts and shows ore similar to the latter and ecxually as rich The Fares claim is still farther south and shows a strong vein of car bonate and chloride ore assaying high in silver The Asa Buffum is north of the Peck and has 3 ro


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 588)

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals

    ANNIE KILBURN 575 they want and if there s some folks that know what they don t want they can gen erally keep from havin it Bolton made a soft husky prefatory noise of protest in his throat which seem ed to stimulate his wife to a more definite assertion and she cut in before he could speak 1 should say that unless them that stood Mr peck s friends first off and got him here done something to keep him his enemies wa n t goin to take up his cause Annie divined a personal reproach for Bolton in the apparent abstraction Oh now you ll see it ll all come out right in the end Pauliny he mildly opposed There ain t any such great feelin about Mr Peck nothin but what ll work itself off perfec ly natural give it time


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 590)

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals

    rson Don t you do any good he asked 44 No she shouted Not the least in the world 44 It is pretty rough said Putney tak ing out a cigar for a dry smoke and nobody will believe me when I report what you say Annie Mrs Munger is telling round that she don t see how you can live through the summer at the rate you re going She s got it down pretty cold about your taking Brother peck s idea of the invited dance and supper and joining hands with him to save the van ity of the self respecting poor She says that your suppression of that one unpopu lar feature has done more than anything else to promote the success of the Social Union You ought to be glad Brother Peck is coming to the show To the theatricals 1 Putney nodded his head That s what he says I believe Bro


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 592)

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals

    come after me said the child turning back her head so as to laugh her sense of the joke in An nie s face No matter your papa can and I m going to keep you Idella let her head fall back against Annie s breast and began to finger the rings on the hand which Annie laid across her lap to keep her For goodness gracious said Mrs Savor who you got there Miss Kil burn Mr peck s little girl Wliere d she spring from Mrs Gerrish leaned forward and spoke across the six legs o her children who were all three standing up in their chairs You don t mean to say that s Idella Peck Where s her father Somewhere she says said Annie willing to answer Mrs Gerrish with the child s nonchalance Well that s great said Mrs Gerrish I should think he bett


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 727)

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals

    d some of the ladies who tried to interview him that he was not prepared to talk about the course he had taken He doesn t seem to be ashamed of his behavior and Ralph thinks that he s either satisfied with it and intends to let it stand as a protest or else he s going to strike another blow on the next business meeting But he s even kept Mrs Gerrish quiet and all we can do is to unite Mr peck s friends pro visionally Ralph s devoted himself to that and he says he has talked forty eight hours to the day ever since Is he Yes perfectly I could hardly be lieve it when I saw him at church on Sunday It was like seeing one risen from the dead What he must have gone through and Ellen She told me how Mr Peck had helped him in the struggle She attributes everything to him B


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 894)

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals

    h the rush of cold air and in the dark and strangeness began to cry and wailed heart breaking y between her fits of louder sobbing and then fell asleep again before they reached the house where her father lay dying They had put him in the best bed in Mrs Savor s little guest room and when Annie entered the minister was apologiz ing to her for spoiling it Now don t you say one word Mr peck she answered him It s all right I ruthah see you lay in there just s you be than plenty of folks that She stopped for want of an apt comparison and at sight of Annie she said as if he were a child whose mind was wandering Well I declare if here ain t Miss Kilburn come to see you Mr Peck And Mis Bolton Well the land Mi s Savor came and shook hands with them and in her c


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 227)

    /1972 Numismatics Periodicals

    road Street White Horse B E and A token 1658 BW Lond 429 Note R above horse 19 20 Dover Leopoldus D C and M 1651 and F G and M 1666 BW Kent 210 11 Same obverse die III 1 Peace or War medal of Charles I M I 134 Note signature R below bust 2 Pattern farthing of the Commonwealth Protectorate Tooled but hitherto un recorded in silver Same obverse die as peck 387 Note signature r below the three pillars and mullet i m By courtesy of Mr J Child Newbury 3 Pattern farthing of Cromwell Peck 390 Obverse also occurs with a die signed r 4 Pattern farthing of Charles II Peck 473 Obverse truth and peach also occurs with the same signed die as No 3 5 Pattern farthing of Charles II 1660 Peck 476 not illustrated Poor condition


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 273)

    /1984 Numismatics Periodicals

    ce C G Saunders Forster speaks of 3 Pattern Pennies of 1860 by Leonard Wyon which had been inherited from the uncle and which she intended to sell but not in a hurry 7 Fortunately Sainthill in his note of 1 May 1860 gives the obverse inscription of the piece he was describing as victoria D g BRIT REG F D and equally fortunately there is only one type of pattern penny listed by C W peck with the abbreviation BRIT 1 The identification is helpfully confirmed by a copy of the second volume of The Old Countess of Desmond in the British Library This copy contains additional illustrations and among them is a photograph of the penny itself answering to Sainthill s written description and corresponding to the type listed by Peck Since it is known that the BRIT patterns were submi


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 230)

    /2011 Numismatics Periodicals

    A STUDY OF THE WEYL PATTERNS 196 Freeman peck Edge Metal Sale references Notes Weight g F890 P2158 Plain Bronzed Murdoch 675 pt Roberts Glendining sale 15 12 1993 lot 264 Nicholson 382 Cheshire Colin 3098 and 3099 29 C Cooke List Oct 2005 858 F891 P2159 Plain Copper Murdoch 675 pt Roberts Glendining sale 15 12 1993 lot 265 Nicholson 383 Wayne 1042 RJP 5 42 F892 P Plain Lead Murdoch 690 pt Roberts Glendining sale 1


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 232)

    /2011 Numismatics Periodicals

    198 A STUDY OF THE WEYL PATTERNS Freeman peck Edge Metal Sale references Notes Weight g F911 P2176 Plain Gold Murdoch col 666 42 O Hagan 291 pt bt Spink Glendining sale 15 4 1971 lot 170 Freeman 296 pt bt Peykar Baldwin s Winter List 2008 BM038 43 W R 393 13 10 F912 P2177 Plain Silver Murdoch 639 pt bt Lincoln Peck Glendining sale 12 10 1966 lot 102 pt Freeman 295 bt Peykar 10 91 F913 P2180 Plain Aluminium Murd


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 63)

    /1858 Numismatics Periodicals

    the frying pan was immediately the business in hand The Doctor and I had been over the ground the day before and knew a spot where a gushing spring poured a stream of water from the rocks into the pond and where the trouts came up at mid day for a cool drink It had been agreed that the lucky fisherman should choose his own frier and we were each eager to display our skill and our sentiments peck was expected to succeed for we knew his craft but he was nervous and excited and so I at least hoped to beat him We each affixed a grass hopper to our best hook and stealing cautious ly up behind the bushes at a signal dropped our bait into the hole Suspensive moment Five pairs of bright eyes were watching us not far off and several hearts were beating more hurriedly than usual T


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    Coin World [03/10/1965] (pg. 7)

    3/10/1965

    tthew Boulton estate for many years Several years ago it was acquired by one of England s foremost collectors a gentleman who considered the 1808 penny to be the prize of his cabinet a collection valued at many hun dreds of thousands of dollars This coin is absolutely unique Only one was struck and it is the specimen offered here It is illustrated in the second edition of C W peck s English Copper Tin and Bronze Coins The condition of the 1808 penny is superb It is choice and lustrous Uncirculated with a proof like surface An opportunity which may never be repeated once the coin finds a new owner Price Twenty five thousand dollars MORE MUSEUM PIECES OF ENGLAND The UNIQUE 1954 English Penny This may well be the opportunity of a lifetime to acquire one of the wo


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