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    Henry Warshaw Correspondence, 2012 (pg. 77)

    /2012 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    efore more scarce and potentially more valuable Prices of VCs are rising Dan Wade of Paul Fraser Collectibles said A Victoria Cross could achieve around 10 000 in 1990 The record price for a single VC now stands at 678 662 awarded to Australian war hero Ted Kenna with prices routinely surpassing 200 000 for examples from the First World War To read the complete article see The war medals that have soared in value www telegraph co uk finance personalfinance investing 11280125 The war medals that have soared in value html Back to top ADAMS COLLECTION OF SPANISH COLONIAL PROCLAMATION MEDALS Chris Karstedt of Stack s Bowers Galleries forwarded this press release about the Adams collection of Proclamation Medals being sold in the firm s upcoming NYINC sale Thanks Editor THE JOHN


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    Henry Warshaw Correspondence, 2012 (pg. 123)

    /2012 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    efore more scarce and potentially more valuable Prices of VCs are rising Dan Wade of Paul Fraser Collectibles said A Victoria Cross could achieve around 10 000 in 1990 The record price for a single VC now stands at 678 662 awarded to Australian war hero Ted Kenna with prices routinely surpassing 200 000 for examples from the First World War To read the complete article see The war medals that have soared in value www telegraph co uk finance personalfinance investing 11280125 The war medals that have soared in value html Back to top ADAMS COLLECTION OF SPANISH COLONIAL PROCLAMATION MEDALS Chris Karstedt of Stack s Bowers Galleries forwarded this press release about the Adams collection of Proclamation Medals being sold in the firm s upcoming NYINC sale Thanks Editor THE JOHN


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 204)

    /1897 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    154 Garry LanoviHe Pprthili ID 83853 BUYING PRE 1910 Canadian silver corns VG or better at 7 times face value no culls or cleaned corns Rob 2450 Sheppard Ave East Box 159 WOlowdale Ontario M2J 429 Canada NEED HIGH grade 1858 to 1953 type Vavtts Also sell Ship Com and Stamp Mart T3 6 rringer Rd t 108 Simi CA 93065 _ CHUCK S BUYING Canadian P L sets 1953 to 1963 keys and collections tokens medals currency before 1937 Uw ookarv Olympic corns double dollar sets Ship wnte jnsit 313 527 9696 Chuck s 11821 Harper Detroit Ml 48213 Our3Jsfyear 720 FOREIGN WANTED PRIVATE COLLECTOR buying all world corns banknotes at top prices Sin gles collections and accumulations wanted Try me I pay more than dealers Len Novotny Box 276 NN Argonne IL 60439 _ WANTED ANCIENT coins and antiqui ties World


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    Aaron R. Feldman Correspondence, 1961-1972 (pg. 86)

    /1961

    lonial Confederate Southern notes N PL 5 29 1924 Nygren Pioneer Gold Sv edish Coins N PL B PR 6 17 1907 Taylor Windl e U S Cents and Half Cents Patterns N PL N P 3 25 1910 Ilarmer Blair Keaton Canadian Colonial US Cents N PL 12 19 1927 King Gillette Dr Fench U S Large Cents N P N P 2 20 1908 Keel Griswold Johnson Colonial Private Gold N PL N P 8 26 1925 Colonial U S medals i i P N P 5 9 1929 McKean Greek Roman U S Coin N PL N P 5 7 1929 Eaton Colonial Books Amer medals Foriegn N PL N P 12 15 1917 White Heinrich U S Cents Amer Bronze Coins N PL N P 5 25 1923 Shoffner Be Yoanna Roman Italian Col paper II PL N P 12 18 1908 Kuntz U S Cents Proof Sets 10 4 1919 Ancient Foreign American coin 10 5 1918 Granberg Barnet U S Gold U S Ce


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    Aaron R. Feldman Correspondence, 1961-1972 (pg. 92)

    /1961

    s N PL 5 29 1924 Nygren Pioneer Gold Swedish Coins N PL N PR 5 00 6 17 1907 Taylor Windle U S Cents and Half Cents Patterns N PL N P 3 00 3 25 1910 Harmer Blair Heaton Canadian Colonial US Cents N PL 3 00 12 19 1927 King Gillette Dr Fench U S Large Cents N P N P 5 00 2 20 1908 Keel Griswold Johnson Colonial Private Gold N PL N P 8 26 1925 Colonial U S medals N P N P 2 00 5 9 1929 McKean Greek Roman U S Coin N PL N P 2 00 5 7 1929 Eaton Colonial Book Amer medals Foriegn N PL N P 3 00 12 15 1917 White Heinrich U S Cents Amer Bronze Coins N PL N P 2 00 5 25 1923 Shoffner Be Yoanna Roman Italian Col paper N PL N P 2 00 12 18 1908 Kuntz U S Cents Proof Sets N PL N P 2 00 10 4 1919 Ancient Foreign American coin N


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 60)

    /1897 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    u S medals BEAR IMPRINT OF HISTORY A providential election and inauguration I ummun special thoughts to the mind of a na 1 lnn h y arc events surrounded by emotion prompt Ing public and private introspection p leal history medals were engraved as the oc casion for them arose With the exception of the Indian Peace medals there were no dis tinct groupings such as we have today with our Secreta


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    Record Group 104. Entry 1. General Correspondence, 1792 - 1899. (pg. 824)

    2/1/1893 [U.S. Mint Philadelphia Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    ORDNANCE OFFICE War Department Washington March 14 1893 Hon E 0 Leech Director of the Bureau of the Mint Treasury Department Sir I have the honor to request that you furnish this office with the following medals the ales for which are at the Philadelphia Mint viz Two is Gold medals 1st prize Army Marksmanship Six Coi Gold medals 2 nd class prize Army Marksmanship Twelve Cl 21 Silver medals 3rd class prize Army Marksmanship T v o 21 Gold medals ist prize Competition Distinguished Marksmen Four 41 Silver medals 2 nd class prize Competition Distinguished Marksmen Seven 7


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    Willis du Pont 1804 Dollar (pg. 120)

    /1960 [Numismatics Numismatics 1812 Dollar]

    ish too We are America s largest Irish dealers and pay the highest prices Write or ship for offer We pay postage both ways if you ship coins and refuse our offer Paying 1966 mint sets 2 75 1964 3 65 1963 5 50 Hochschild Schneible Irish Coin Company RD 4 Fulton New York 13069 SERIOUS GERMAN Specialist buying talers 2 3 and 5 marks gold commemoratives minor coins Nazi tokens medals por celean Paying double Yeoman 8 th edition for 10 15 22A 48 113 116 80 percent 200 percent Yeoman Craig value for many others Also buying Switzerland before 1906 Top prices Free appraisal Send coins insured Immediate response Coins held intact pending your reply If no deal I pay return postage Thomas B Hamilton Box 33056 North Decatur Georgia 30033 SWEDEN BEFORE 1927 Fin


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    Record Group 104. Entry 1. General Correspondence, 1792 - 1899. (pg. 822)

    2/1/1893 [U.S. Mint Philadelphia Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    v Kr C ot c n n j 0 c p vt c I r n c n i BUREAU OF THE MINT 7 f S y Marcn 15 1895 iau as early a sX 8 a Xx 3 Superintendent Mint U S Philadelphia Penna Sir I have to request that you ill cause the following Army Marks manship medals to be struck and forwarded to this Bureau as early as practicable Two 21 Gold medals 1 st prize Army Marks manshi Six 31 Gold medals 2 nd class prize Army Marksmanship v Twelve 12 Silver medals 3rd class prize Army Marksmanship Two ST Gold medals 1 st prize Competition Distinguished Marksmen Pour 41 Silver medals 2 nd class prize Competition Distinguished Marksmen Seven m G


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    Annual Reports of the Director of the Mint to Secretary of the Treasure. 1907-1953; Miscellaneous Registers, Ledgers, Letter Press Books and Other Bound Volumes (1873-1975) (pg. 1,374)

    /1907 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    ubs manufactured for United States coinage 24 10 8 4 10 7 2 4 4 116 3 10 3 380 113 Philippine coinage Cuban coinage Peruvian coinage Colombian coinage Salvador coinage Venezuelan coinage Other dies hubs etc manufactured for Maine memorial half dollar Pilgrim tercentenary half dollar Embossed stamped envelope dies Annual assay medal Roosevelt memorial association medal Victory medals Miscellaneous Total dies and hubs 3 695 Grand total 10 645 MEDALS MANUFACTURED The medal division manufactured 46 798 national medals during the year of which good conduct medals for the Marine Corps and rifle and pistol competition medals for the Army form a large pro portion For universities and schools 739 medals were made presi dential medals 1 678 and of the medals which may be p


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 9)

    /1897 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    IMPROVED METHODS POP t4AIIUFACHJRHIG medals Title 31 of the U S Code Section 368 authorizes the Bureau of the Mint to manufacture medals of a national and historic character At the present time these medals are being manufactured at the U S Mint in Philadelphia However the Director of the Mint has the authority to have medals made at any Mint field office due to a delegation of authority from the Secretary of the Treasury The man


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    Wayne Homren Archives: The Early History of the Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Society (pg. 21)

    /1992 Numismatics Archives

    Coin Collector s Journal Scott Co NY Numisma Ed Frosard Irvington NY Coin Collector s Herald Mason Co Philadelphia Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette Pittsburgh Evening Leader Pittsburgh Evening Telegraph The Allegheny Mail Letters ackowledging the gift of the medals were sent by most of the recipients The letters were read by Secretary Rode at the first meeting following the Exposition October 17 1879 J W Scott chose to pan the efforts of the Society in the November 1879 issue of his Coin Collector s Journal The Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Society have issued a white metal medal for the Pittsburgh Exposition which is similar in many respects to


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 53)

    /1897 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION FEBRUARY 17 1984 CALL 202 376 0476 MINT DIRECTOR ANNOUNCES SPECIAL PRICE REDUCTION SALE OF MINT medals Mint Director Donna Pope today announced that the United States Mint will be having a special reduction sale of a large number of its national and historic bronze medals currently in the Mint s inventory The use of national medals by the United States Government began as early as the Revolutionary War when medals were authorized to be made and presented to outstanding military heroes The Dire


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 33)

    /1897 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    f 1 TO on the mcdtfs 3 reputation rfthe W ujged Monty of Samothrace as used for the Albert Lasker Medical Research And andmtbe backgnxind the Mary Woodard I fcivtT Center for Health Research artl Edricatkn at the N ational Institutes of Health in Bethesda Mar yland Price S2L00 3 inch medal Option 69 S2 5 L5 inch medal Option 698 Mount Rushmore medals Set In the spirit of patriotism that inspired Gutzon Borglum to sculpt a mountain in the image of four Presidents the US Mint proudly ofes a beauti fully packaged set of four Presidential Miniature Medals honoring the Presidents on Mount Rushmore This special set includes miniature medals depicting George Washington Thomas Jefferson Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt the figures depic


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    Annual Reports of the Director of the Mint to Secretary of the Treasure. 1907-1953; Miscellaneous Registers, Ledgers, Letter Press Books and Other Bound Volumes (1873-1975) (pg. 38)

    /1907 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    as modern belong to the early years of the sixteenth century and are therefore in fact more medieval than modem These gold coins were issued by v emce Genoa and other Italian States in which modem coinage especially of gold had its origin A noteworthy addition to the collection from the point of view both ot works of art and of popular interest are specimens in bronze ol the award medals of 7 out of the 10 Carnegie hero foundations bhese medals were procured through the kind offices of the State Department and include the awards of the foundations for Denmark Great Britain Holland Italy Sweden and Switzerland which with the Lnited states of Amenca Canadian medal make an exhibition o more than usual interest Similar funds have been established by Mr Carnegie in Belgium


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    Connecticut paper currency, 1709-1793 : typescript. (pg. 11)

    /1923

    e seen United States pattern pieces American Colonial and State coinage Con necticut cents special collection of Connecticut pennies including the Gran by or Higley coppers Massachusetts coins including the pine tree oak tree and willow tree shilling threepence twopence and sixpence United States commemorative half dollars Hard Times tokens merchants tokens Wash ington cents and medals Bryan money George Washington bicentennial medals historic medals civil and military patriotic society insignia ecclesi astical medals commemorative medals Presidential medals U S Assay Commission encased postage stamps U S campaign money Masonic med als and insignia patriotic medals collection of coins from California Penn sylvania New York Massachusetts Maryland Louisi


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    Record Group 104. Entry 1. General Correspondence, 1792 - 1899. (pg. 519)

    3/1/1891 [U.S. Mint Philadelphia Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    TREASURY DEPARTMENT BUREAU OF THE MINT WASHINGTON D C March 20 1891 0 C Bosbyshell Esq Superintendent Mint U 3 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Sir I have to request that you will strike and forward as early as4 practicable the following Arisy marksnianshlp medals Two 2 Gold medals First prize Army marksmanship y Six 6 do do Second class prize Army marksmanship Twelve 12 S ilver medal srd class prize Army marksmanship TWO 2 Gold medals ist prize Competition Distinguished Marksmen Four 4 Silver midals 2 nd class prize do do do Eight 8 Gold medals ist prize Department Marksmanship X y Twenty four 24 Silv


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    Henry Warshaw Correspondence, 2012 (pg. 76)

    /2012 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    has the world s largest collection of Britain s highest battlefield award for gallantry having bought more than 180 of them in the past 30 years To read the complete article see Lord Ashcroft pays 312 000 for latest Victoria Cross www telegraph co uk news uknews defence 11290934 Lord Ashcroft pays 312000 for latest Victoria Cross html Back to top ARTICLE EXAMINES HIGH PRICES FOR MILITARY medals This article from the Telegraph discusses the rise in value of military medals such as the Victoria Cross Editor The centenary of the First World War has reminded us of the extraordinary heroism of those who fight for their country And while medals earned by wartime heroes may be beyond value to their relatives the cold fact is that these awards can command huge prices Last month the medals


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    Henry Warshaw Correspondence, 2012 (pg. 122)

    /2012 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    r has the world s largest collection of Britain s highest battlefield award for gallantry having bought more than 180 of them in the past 30 years To read the complete article see Lord Ashcroft pays 312 000 for latest Victoria Cross www telegraph co uk news uknews defence 11290934 Lord Ashcroft pays 312000 for latest Victoria Cross html Back to to ARTICLE EXAMINES HIGH PRICES FOR MILITARY medals This article from the Telegraph discusses the rise in value of military medals such as the Victoria Cross Editor The centenary of the First World War has reminded us of the extraordinary heroism of those who fight for their country And while medals earned by wartime heroes may be beyond value to their relatives the cold fact is that these awards can command huge prices Last month the medals


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    Rochester Numismatic Association Minutes, 1946 (pg. 7)

    /1946 Rochester

    tify her of the methods by which she may dispose of the money Mr Pittman reported on the activities of the last Hobby Council meeting and stated that the program for the Hobby Council Meeting of November 13th would be supplied by the Rochester Numismatic Association and asked that as many members as possible turn out for the event A report was made by Mr Kolb on the status of the presidential medals He stated that the medals for the last three years of 1942 1943 1944 150 in number in bronze would cost approximately sixty cents apiece 600 He also stated that silver medals could be obtained at approximately five or six dollars apiece in cluding the 20 tax on silver medals It was moved and seconded that bronze medals for four years be struck It was moved by Mr Eichorn and seconded


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    PNG Talk Correspondence, 1965 (pg. 8)

    /1965 Numismatics Correspondence Pickwick Coin Colonial currency Counterfeits

    New Jersey TRANSPORT TOKENS 125 TRANSPORTATION TOKENS are still inex pensive 50 different 6 25 100 different 12 50 Second Edition 1963 Atwood Cata log 7 50 Ralph Hinde 225 30 106th Ave nue Jamaica New York 11429 TRANSPORTATION TOKENS 50 different 6 95 All obsolete some with pictures of antique bus included in iot Jack E Car man R R 3 Box 250 Edwardsburg Michigan 49112 medals 130 HERALDIC ART first twelve medals first Money Order for 165 00 A Backus 1414 So 49 CL Cicero 50 Illinois 60650 FREE JFK or LBJ medal one only with this advst and 10c COIN handling Hano Coins 1598 Third Avenue New York 10028 SOUTH CAROLINA Peach Festival medal 1 in nickel silver only 900 struck 2 00 insured postpaid Very limited supply Greer Coin Club Box 384 Greer So


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    Catalogs and inventories: Reference [ANS Garrett papers, box 10, folder 6] (pg. 18)

    1/1/1920

    78 N U M 1 S MAT 1 C C I RC U LA K medals of Matthew Boulton and the Soho Mint The end of the eighteenth century saw great technical advances in the methods of striking of coins medals and tokens This is reflected in the large output of coins some of which were amongst the largest and heaviest to have been struck and which were produced at the Soho Mint under the entrepreneurial skills of Matthew Boulton a force in the momentum whi


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    Catalogs and inventories: Reference [ANS Garrett papers, box 10, folder 6] (pg. 34)

    1/1/1920

    4 OhDIHS DlifOlMTlONS A MlDAI S LM ISM 4 IC CIRCI LAR 2777 Piiir Q S A 5 bars C C lo hurj l l ill Wilt S A R l nr R A L S G C Medal lAlVII Jiir i liorthuick R C A y 4H 2778 Thrvt Queens Mediterranean Medal Lieut L N Lane Regt British War Victory medals Capt J Massy V 225 2779 China 1900 Medal Relief of Pekin Cks Mte H M S ICndvinion Naval L S G C KdVlI Harold Liddell Chief Ship s Cook I l M S Gibraltar l 145 2780 Pair I G S 1908 bar Afghan N W F LH9 Lieut 1 4 Cirks British War Medal 2 Lieut R S Sheldrake LF 65 2781 Three I G S 1908 Afghan N V l 1919 CpI F J Bullen 1 25


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    Frank J. Katen Correspondence, 1948-1992 (pg. 24)

    /1948 Colonial currency; Continental currency; Bank notes; Counterfeits; Coins English; Books; Research; Numismatics; Correspondence

    KATEN S 3ARGAri l LIST SUPPLU IiiNT No 6 PAPER MONEY Continued PAGE 8 Scott Counterfeiting in Colonial Virginia In Va xiag History 2 50 Hoover Medal Board Scott Turner l8th Hoover Medalist 1957 28pp Ills Kerrigan American Mar medals Dec 1963 196pp U col pis 110 B W Ills i Kisch Mar Prisoner money and Medals neprint 1963 2Upp Ills Recht und Gerechtigkeit in der Medaillenkunst Law and Justice document ed in Medals 1955 176pp 28pls 5 Leroux Le MedailHer due Canada Reprint 196U Includes 1892 ed as well as Courteau Bouquet Sous Wellington Tokens and Coins k Tokens of Nova Ecotia VJood


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    1854 Copper Nickel Pattern (pg. 242)

    /1990 Numismatics; Archives

    te should be supjdicd with such copies and other copies in gold silver and bronze should be struck and disposed of under such general regulations as the Director of the mint witli the approbation of the Secretary of the Treasury might prescribe Such an enactment in addition to the public objects secured would relieve us from the embarrassment which attends the present system of striking medals in the mint in relation to which I had the honor to present some objections in my letter of the 30th of August last I repeat here that the striking of medals at the mint ought not to be the source of profit or gain to any officer or workman engaged therein but should be performed under the official salary or per diem compen sation which they receive I herewith enclose a projet of a law whi


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    Encycl Brit (pg. 37)

    /1972 Numismatic Archives

    r bronze the elephant has displaced the head of Liberty France s widespread dependencies have since World War II showed the French cock or the head of Marianne and often the cross of Lorraine on the reverse Of Portuguese de pendencies Angola has had copper coins since 1814 Coinage for the Congo began with copper in 1887 later issues some hexagonal have shown fine elephant designs XI medals AND MEDALLIC ART Aesthetic and commemorative medals as distinct from war medals have a history going back to the classical period Under the earlier Roman empire various bronze pieces were struck with special care bearing specially elaborate types and not related by weight to the coinage these now conventionally termed medal lions were in fact medals wholly official and imperial in thei


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    Encycl Brit (pg. 38)

    /1972 Numismatic Archives

    ared of whom the painter Quentin Massys c 1466 1530 was among the first with his fine medal of Erasmus 1519 The most prolific and technically skilled artist if not by any means the greatest was Jacob Jonghelinck 1531 1606 sculptor engraver mint master and goldsmith Steven van Herwyck was much su perior showing some real affinity with the dominant Italian school German Renaissance medals from the first followed an inde pendent tradition Their emphasis was upon realism in por traiture the portrait image was very large in relation to the field it occupied and often strongly featured heavy harsh or formi dable The reverses concentrated on complex and sometimes over loaded heraldic designs In the technique of casting these works showed high perfection from 1514 onward T


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    Proceedings of the Boston Numismatic Society Volume V (pg. 295)

    11/20/1945 [Numismatics Proceedings]

    Trustees William Campbell Maurice Gould Henry Schuhmacher Curators Chester Duming Chandler Foster William Tronson 54 54 55 54 55 56 54 55 54 55 56 54 We wish them all well and are sure they will provide for the Society a suc cessful and happy 1954 MEDICAL COINS AND medals Dr Miller concluded the Annual Meeting by delivering an interesting and instructive talk on medical coins and medals using as his basic reference Dr Storer s book on this subject Dr Miller treated his rather difficult patient by separating the Nummi Medici into five parts tfl Ancient coins relating to medicine 2 Medals for medical societies 3 coins and medals commemorating or


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    Proceedings of the Boston Numismatic Society Volume VIII (pg. 465)

    1/1/1970 [Numismatics Proceedings]

    ters Club all of which organizations use the hall to seek redress from the upward trend in rents Eliott Goldberg reported that the Anniversary Committee is investigating locations at which the dinner might be held A r and these the it reported that Association were variety of helpful suggestions arose from the fl Committee agreed to consider The Curators of the Society s Coin Cabir certain medals of the New England Numismatic needed to complete the holdings specifically 1949 Springfield 1 medal 1953 Worcester 2 medals 1954 Hartford 2 medals 1956 Springfield 1 medal 1958 Worcester 2 medals 1959 Hartford 4 medals 1960 Providence 2 medals 1961 Springfield 4 medals 1962 Northampton 3 medals 1965 Hartford 2 medals 1981 2 medals Donations from members by i terns to aid


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    Record Group 104. Entry 1. General Correspondence, 1792 - 1899. (pg. 1,133)

    12/1/1891 [U.S. Mint Philadelphia Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    Four 4 Gold medals 1st prize Cavalry competition v Twelve 12 1 Silver medals 2 nd class prize Cavalry competition v Twenty four Jr Bronze medals 3rd class prize Cavalry competition Four 4 1 Gold medals 1 st prize Revolver match Twelve 12 1 Silver medals 2nd class prize Revolver match Twenty four 841 Bronze medals 3rd class prize Revolver match In all 178 gold silver and bronz


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 68)

    /1897 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    n fact little substantive activity has happened on the numismatic legislative front since the 101st Congress con vened Jan 19 1989 when compared to the recent flurry of bills passed in the 100th Congress and before There are currently more than 35 pieces of numismatic legislation before both houses of Congress ranging in intent from seeking commemorative coins to authorizing national gold medals for presentation to various individuals to fight ing drug dealers by tinkering with U S Federal Reserve notes The House Banking Subcommittee on Consumer Affairs and Coinage is considering holding an omnibus hearing pos sibly in March on several pieces of numismatic legislation However a spokesman for the subcommittee said a deci sion on whether to hold such an omnibus hearing has not be


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    Wayne Homren Archives: The Early History of the Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Society (pg. 11)

    /1992 Numismatics Archives

    On September 20th however a special meeting was called to read the following letter As Mr John Rivett has committed an act unworthy of a gentleman by removing his coins and medals from the exposition where the Society in common had their coins on exhibition for the reason that the Society did not give him the position in charge of the coins as they did not think him competent to take charge of and do the business of the Society desired We the undersigned members of the Society do hereby deem him unworthy of membership and will vote at the next meeting to expell him fr


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    Secret of the Good Samaritan Shilling (Clip File) (pg. 40)

    /1959 Numismatics Archives

    ruction If such be the case his name should have been mentioned as a colaborator but it is quite as probable that they have simply followed the recognized authorities without referring to their lists and works and this is the most unpleasing peculiarity of the catalogue and one that cannot be overlooked Except where it could not be avoided the names of every American authority on coins and medals have carefully been excluded Statements founded on the expressed and published opinions of others are uttered as if no one had ever before given the subject a thought See for instance the remarks under No 247 about the Virginia hall pence Who discov ered these varieties of half pence And who has repeatedly offered them for sale singly and in sets was it J W Haseltine and would not th


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    Henry Warshaw Correspondence, 2012 (pg. 78)

    /2012 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    The John W Adams Collection of Spanish Colonial Proclamation medals offers collectors a rare and in some cases unique opportunity to acquire highly significant and seldom offered historical medals Mr Adams focused his collection on medals pertaining to events that took place in the New World prior to the independence of the United States in 1776 primarily on the reigns of Philip V to Charles III 1701 61 with a few later date medals also included The John


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    Henry Warshaw Correspondence, 2012 (pg. 124)

    /2012 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    The John W Adams Collection of Spanish Colonial Proclamation medals offers collectors a rare and in some cases unique opportunity to acquire highly significant and seldom offered historical medals Mr Adams focused his collection on medals pertaining to events that took place in the New World prior to the independence of the United States in 1776 primarily on the reigns of Philip V to Charles III 1701 61 with a few later date medals also included The John


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 55)

    /1897 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    9 A BILL To provide for the striking of medals in lieu of coins for commemorative purposes Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Uhited States of America in Congress assembled That in order to promote uniformity in the designs of the various coins of the Uhited States to facilitate their pro per use as circulating media to enable counterfeit pieces to be readily detect ed and to avoid the confusion which aris


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 201)

    /1897 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    ical exonumu Free mtroductory information books starter collections auctions Hartzog POB 4143BCD Rockford 1L 61110 0643 HAWA1IANA FOR saw 1951 BU Hula bus token SI 25 Com Power 1 Trade coin S3 50 We buy Hawaeana too Crossroads Box 378 Honolulu HI 95809 MARDI GRAS doubloons 1 8 dtff only SI and 2 stamps 17 for 2 and 3 stamps B Schlater 1805 N TumabuK Or Metairie LA 70001 GOOD FORSI medals Hobos Amu sement Transpos Civ War Errors Checks Stocks Currency Paper Elongateds Woodens Send 45 stamp for free listing 1 Treasure Chest Corns 2620 E Marshall Spokane WA 99207 FLORIDA TOKENS of all kinds wanted for my collection Send SASE for trade Ikst of 700 items Steve Ratliff 104 Rivennew Drive Pace FL 32571 9323 GEORGIA TOKENS wanted Interested in an types Singles collectio


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 38)

    /1897 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics Correspondence]

    A BILL To provide for the striking of medals in lieu of coins for commemorative purposes Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled That in order to promote uniformity in the designs of the various coins of the United States to facilitate their proper use as circulating media to enable counterfeit pieces to be readily detected and to avoid the confusion which arises


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    Correspondence Relating to Site Selection for the Denver Mint, 1970 - 1979 (pg. 178)

    /1970 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    WliiUAujf ib XATlOTIUAJLl itlxL tJll x Ux V UJLX _ For Previous Work Week Septemb e r 10 1973 Date PROGRAMS Ir titial order acceptance and cut cfx dates of Produc tion Ship ping Cycle Lapsed Cumulative No of Orders Cumulative No of Sets or medals Average No Sets or Medals Per Order No of Orders Shipped As of previous Work Week Cumulative No Orders Shipped of Orders Filled No of Sets or Medals Shipped During Pre vious J Cumulative X cf Sets or Medals Sets or Shipped iy cdals Shipped List Medals From fir61 report of March 27 1972 Continuous 10 850 SM 30 773 LG 11 378 SM 4 679 LG 1 049 182 9 401 86 7 SM 246 LG 292 SM


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    Annual Reports of the Director of the Mint to Secretary of the Treasure. 1907-1953; Miscellaneous Registers, Ledgers, Letter Press Books and Other Bound Volumes (1873-1975) (pg. 1,104)

    /1907 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    manufactured for United States coinage r 05 1 496 450 421 50 2 921 3 068 20 10 10 4 110 4 9 7 123 28 74 10 Philippine coinage Peru coinage Nicaragua coinage Other dies hubs etc manufactured for Stamped envelope embossing dies 54 4 Annual assay medal Coast Guard Life saving Army and Navy 274 46 Miscellaneous Total dies and hubs 7TTj 1 325 462 Grand total 3 246 3 530 1 medals MANUFACTURED The medal division manufactured 25 068 medals of a national character during the year of which bronze good conduct medals for the Marine Corps and rifle and pistol competition medals for the Army form a large proportion The number includes 241 gold and 374 silver medals also 5 683 bronze medals for sale to the public at approximate cost price at the Philadelphia Mint MEDALS SOL


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    Lists of coins, 1-17 [ANS Garrett papers, box 4, folder 10] (pg. 129)

    1/1/1915

    UNITED STATES medals Revolutionary War etc 197 50 ldo4 Ingraham Medal 1 00 War of Id 12 2 00 Mexican War o 50 Civil War 10 50 Indian Peace Medals 14 0 00 Washington Medals Tokens 533 4 War Medals Decorations 04 oO Miscellaneous O UU Presidential Medals 39 45 Congressional Medals 13 00 Distinguished Men 50 95 Masonic Medals 15 00 Assay Medals 21 00 Societies 30 00 Centennial 10 00 2649 8


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    Sale 59 (1 of 3) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 5, folder 7] (pg. 22)

    6/13/1967

    v 113 MILITARY medals United States War Medals and War Medals of the Con federacy Bauman L Belden The American Numismatic Society New York N Y 1916 1915 Small 4to First 72 pps 9 fine quality full page halftone plates one ribbon plate in color second 12 pps one halftone plate Original heavy paper wrappers somewhat torn the texts choice last partly uncut In strong demand 2 Pcs 20 00 Some


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    Lists of coins, 1-17 [ANS Garrett papers, box 4, folder 10] (pg. 129)

    1/1/1900

    UNITED STATES medals Revolutionary War etc 197 50 ldo4 Ingraham Medal 1 00 War of Id 12 2 00 Mexican War o 50 Civil War 10 50 Indian Peace Medals 14 0 00 Washington Medals Tokens 533 4 War Medals Decorations 04 oO Miscellaneous O UU Presidential Medals 39 45 Congressional Medals 13 00 Distinguished Men 50 95 Masonic Medals 15 00 Assay Medals 21 00 Societies 30 00 Centennial 10 00 2649 8


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    W. C. Sanders Correspondence, 1947-1950 (pg. 5)

    /1947 Numismatics Correspondence The Numismatists Price lists Currency journals

    7 50 1 00 3 00 10o 00 2a 00 6 0 50 1 75 So 00 15 00 3 00 15 00 5 00 Hawkins Edward The Silver Coins of England London 1841 308 pp 47 plates 12 00 Hocking William J Catalogue of the Coins Tokens medals Dies and Seals in the Museum of the Royal Mint London 1906 2 Volumes Jcwitt Liewellym English Coins and Tokens with A Chapter on Greek and Roman Coins London 1888 Jamieson Mclvill Allan Indian Chief Medals and Medals awarded to African and other Chiefs 1714 1922 London 1936 Kenyon Robert Lloyd The Gold Coins of England ondon 1884 23 plates Keary C F Synopsis of the conte


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    Catalogs and inventories: United States (notebook 2) [ANS Garrett papers, box 9, folder 6] (pg. 49)

    1/1/1920

    In the U S jV Int Cabinet is also found an excellent and varied collection of National medals among which the Presi dential Medals form a complete set The army and navy of the U S is also well represented by its faithful officers and heroes The miscellaneous medal collection is varied but of less national importance although the medals of foreign gov ernments are of the highest class of art The Washington before Boston Medal is the only Wash ington Memorial struck by order of


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    Catalogs and inventories: Reference [ANS Garrett papers, box 10, folder 6] (pg. 37)

    1/1/1920

    APRIL 1983 Books 97 S12783 Hill G F and Pollard G Renaissance medals at the National Gallery of Art Medals from the Samuel H Kress Collection London 1967 Octavo pp x 310 Many fine plates Cloth dust jacket as new Out of print and scarce 35 S12784 Loub at J F The Medallic History of the United States of America 1776 l 876 New York 1878 Two volumes Folio pp Ixix 478 xvi 86 fine plates An attractive set uniformly bound in recent dark hrow


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    American Numismatic Association World's Fair of Money: Numismatic Theatre Program & Exhibit Guide (pg. 14)

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    Dogger Bank medals and The American Revolution In 1781 the British and Dutch were at war over the clandestine trade between the Dutch and the rebelling American colonies A Dutch naval victory at Dogger Bank in August 1781 led them to strike a series of medals and encouraged them to recognize the independence of the U S in October 1782 School Award Medals A review of the 16th century European origins of school


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    American Numismatic Association World's Fair of Money: Numismatic Theatre Program & Exhibit Guide, Exhibit Chair Working Copy (pg. 14)

    /2010 Numismatics Periodicals

    Dogger Bank medals and The American Revolution In 1781 the British and Dutch were at war over the clandestine trade between the Dutch and the rebelling American colonies A Dutch naval victory at Dogger Bank in August 1781 led them to strike a series of medals and encouraged them to recognize the independence of the U S in October 1782 School Award Medals A review of the 16th century European origins of scho


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    Correspondence, clips, and personal memoranda related to Viriginia coinage, items dated 1980-1995 (pg. 25)

    /1980 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    to his biographer Kunze was a brilliant scholar a student also of medicine astronomy and numismatics See Ge orge Harvey Genzmer John Christopher Kunze in Dumas Malone ed Dictionary of American Biography Vol V New York Charles Scribner s Sons 1932 pp 512 13 58 According to an early chronicler of the New York Historical Society An extensive and valuable cabinet of coins and medals was presented to the Society July 14 1818 by the heirs of Rev Dr John C Kunze This collection was stolen from the Society a few years after its reception nothing remaining but the cabinet which held the coins and medals See Robert Hendre Kelby The New York Historical Society 1804 1904 New York New York Historical Society 1905 p 33 59 Du Simitiere Common Place Book Library of


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    Proceedings of the Boston Numismatic Society Volume III (pg. 12)

    2/27/1924 [Numismatics Numismatics Proceedings]

    XpLt yi XyLtAlPy t Ah CcL j Xy o A jtoAd vay lu uuG l9 A A w AnAl Uj a L laX aAgAcJc A 4 aT Jt ALu tfocAtfc fj XSaJL Cjaaa _C VA AuaxAjL aJLcjl A8 l od yOVUrtsouL A euix 4 a i y AAjy aX Afcj Ljul d A AAajl Ayd QxAULi t i r y JAXe r The Numismatist WAr t OsL AiZs h C A DvtfAS v An Illustratetl Monthly for Those Interested in Coins medals and Paper Money VOL XXXIX AUGUST 1926 No 8 Medals for the Capture of Stony Point 1770 1779 Among the most valued treasures of the Massachusetts Historical Society is a certain box containing eleven silver medals On the outside of the box is a silver plate with the inscription This case of eleven medals originally the property of Washington afterwards of Webster was presented to the M


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