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    Sale 38, August 16, 1952 (1 of 2) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 8, folder 18] (pg. 114)

    8/16/1952

    lit into two shells with picture of Radezki inside Uncirculated and interesting 10 00 LUCCA Elisa Bonaparte Cr Felix 1805 1818 5 Francs 1805 C W p 129 1 Fine 4 00 5 Francs 1807 C W 1 Very fine 5 00 LUXEMBOURG Adolph of Nassau Pattern 5 Francs 1889 struck as Piedfort on a Copper planchet Crowned shield Rev Value and Essai in oak and laurel wreath Extra fine 10 00 mansfield VORDERORT LINE Hoyer VI Gebhort VII Albrecht VII and Philip II 1531 1540 Taler 1538 Arms Rev St George mounted to left Tornau 111 Fine 10 00 MANSFIELD VORDERORT BORNSTAEDT LINE Bruno II William I John George IV and Volrat VI 1605 1615 Taler 1612 Arms Rev St George to right Tornau 155 Loop removed otherwise very fine 8 00 MANSFIELD BORNSTAEDT John George I Peter


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    Sale 38, August 16, 1952 (1 of 2) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 8, folder 18] (pg. 59)

    8/16/1952

    er 391 Sch 3428 Very fine 10 00 Toler without date Half length figure in armor to right Rev Chapter arms within circle of fourteen small shields Von Schroetter 430 Schulthess 3430 footnote Extra fine Plate 50 00 MAGDEBURG City Broad Taler 1678 City view rodiont name of the Lord above Rev City shield Von Schroetter 980 Slight planchet defect otherwise very fine 40 00 mansfield VORDERORT LINE Guenther IV his brothers and cousins 1486 1526 Taler 1523 recut over 1522 Arms Rev St George mounted to left Tornou 61 compare Hogen 4 18 Extra fine 35 00 MANSFIELD HINTERORT LINE David 1603 1628 Motto Taler 1608 St George mounted to left Rev Arms between date motto above Tornau 1 141b Loop removed otherwise very fine 1 5 001 MANSFIELD EISLEBEN Jobst


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 199)

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

    1879 S Morgan 425 PCGS MS 65PL Morgans 875 Jim Youngblood Box 188 Piedmont SC 29673_ INTEREST FREE layaway program 6 mo minimum purchase 150 12 mo minimum purchase 250 You pick the grading service PCGS NCI ANACS or any other Northcoast Coins P 0 Box 338 Clinton OH 44216 PCGS NGC MS 65 s 1883C 940 1886P 470 1887P 455 1888P 880 18980 505 18990 510 19100 1 380 Quinda Coins 30 mansfield St Alston MAO 134 MS 63 1921 beautiful com 22 3 60 VG 1881S 1884S 1886S 18910 18920 either 17 1903S 1904 either 25 1904 VF 1895S AG either 50 1892S VF 40 1896 VG 25 Satisfaction guaran teed R W Simmons Sharon TN 38255 60 1889 cc 540 894 0 24 1903 S 150 R79 cc Fir 40 ppd Wtvte Exg Coin PO Box 1691 Upland CA91786 1889CC MORGAN 1 1 VF cleaned tmint SC obv I


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 101)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    rization 75 the only works which uses it There are or have been built in the United States within the last twenty years nineteen desil verization works Of these eight have either closed altogether or refine only on a very small scale at irregular intervals the works which are now refining are situated in the following cities and towns Omaha Nebraska Pueblo Colorado Newark New Jersey mansfield Pennsylvania Aurora Illinois Chicago Illinois St Louis Missouri Kansas City Missouri Flack s Station Utah Eureka Nevada San Francisco California The advantages of this process when compared to English or German cupellation or to Patinsonage are very great both as to the amount of capital required for the works the rapidity of the process and the amount both of fuel and labo


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 108)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    asque below The side walls are all built with either a course of red brick or a layer of brasque behind them The hearth inclines toward the tap hole which may be either at the flue end or on the side of the furnace The tap hole is made of cast iron if the pan is of cast iron it is screwed on to it if of wrought iron it is bolted on It is lined with brasque or arranged as described for the mansfield refining furnace The lead is charged through the charging door in the side of the furnace on a spaddle with a long handle A idler is placed in the door to relieve the workman from the friction the lead is thus distributed about the furnace so as to melt readily The charge is always melted at a low heat The usual charge at the Germania and Cheltenham Works is rom 22 tons to 24 tons depe


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    Correspondence Relating to Site Selection for the Denver Mint, 1970 - 1979 (pg. 977)

    /1970 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    ate Bank Lenexa Kansas Santa Fe Trail State Bank Shawnee Mission Kansas Merchants National Bank of Bangor Orono Maine Maryland National Bank Baltimore Maryland Slades Ferry Trust Company Somerset Massachusetts Essex County Bank Peabody Massachusetts Needham National Bank Bellingham Massachusetts Needham National Bank Norwood Massachusetts Fall River Trust Company Fall River Massachusetts mansfield Cooperative Bank Mansfield Massachusetts Lafayette Cooperative Bank Somerset Massachusetts State Bank of Standish Standish Michigan National Bank of Detroit Metropolitan Airport Office National Bank of Detroit Garden City Michigan Commercial Savings Bank Adrian Michigan Frankenmuth State Bank Bridgeport Michigan National Bank of Detroit Lathrup Village Michigan Owosso Savings Bank Durand


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    8NS-104-95-171, Miscellaneous Correspondence, working papers, reports, studies & photographs of the “U.S. Mint Site Selection,” 1970 - 1979. (pg. 411)

    /1970 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics]

    hasvUle vicinity Callaway Flanders House 1 nilli south of MarthasvUle on Missouri 94 Washington County Caledonia vicinity Lost Creek Pictograph Archeological Site 2 miles northeast of Caledonia Fertile vicinity Crrsrwcll Petroglyph Arche ological Site 2 miles east of Fertile FertUe vicinity Washington State Park Petroglyph Archeological Site 1 mile northeast of FertUe Wright County mansfield vicinity Wilder Laura Ingalls House 1 mile east Of Mansfield on DB Business 60 Montana Beaverhead County Armstead vicinity Lemhi Pass see Lemhi County Idaho DIUon vicinity m Bannack Historic District 22 mUee from DUlon on secondary road off Montana 278 Wisdom vicinity Big Hole National Battle field 12 miles west of Wisdom Blaine County Chinook vicinity Chief Joseph Battlegroun


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    Margo Russell Correspondence, 1984-2010 (pg. 32)

    /1984 Numismatics Correspondence Coin World American Numismatic Association World coins

    it has been long out of print In 1875 appeared the first edition of Library Notes Hurd Houghton Co Boston this book has gained a wide reputa tion His last was Thomas Corwin a Sketch Robert Clarke Co a labor of love which gave its pages the right sort of flavor The Sage of Yamoyden Mr Russell gave me an interesting item in regard to our mutual friend the late Edward D mansfield the Sage of Yamoyden so called from the name of his country home high on a hill overlooking the valley of the Little Miami Through the war period Mr Mansfield con tributed weekly letters to the New York Tima over the signature of Veteran Ob server dating them from The Beeches and devoted entirely to comments upon pass ing events Few men were so well equipped for this sort of la


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    Roger Cohen Correspondence, 1972 to 2002 (pg. 68)

    /1972 Numismatics Archives

    leiKemia society of america inc Gateway Chapter 77 West Port Plaza Suite 101 St Louis MO 63146 3111 314 878 0780 1 800 999 CURE Honorary Chairmen Todd Jamie Worrell Officers President Virginia A mansfield June 6 1990 Mr and Mrs R Tettenhorst P 0 Box 14020 St Louis Missouri 63178 Vice President Campaign Donald L Mitchell Dear Mr Mrs Tettenhorst Vice President Medical Jen Yih Chu M D Vice President Operations Arthur P Brigham Vice President Special Events Ray M Ware Assistant Vice President Special Events Michael B Price Vice President Televent B Edward Ewing Thank you for y


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 191)

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

    ntral CT Com Club Show K of C 38 Mam St A tree T 25 F 30 Salty Kirka 116 Oak St Manchester CT 06040 Oct 27 28 CT PtamvNe Nutmeg State Com Show Hobday inn 400 New Bnl an Ave A 1 25 T 45 F 135 F Serafino PO Bo 471 Plantsvte CT 06479 Dec 10 CT Danbury DC C Quarterly Com 8 Baseball Card Show Hrton inn 18 Od R dgebury Rd A free T 48 40 Ptw Jones PO Bo 233 Brookfield CT Mar 11 CT WMananbc mansfield Nonas Society 18th Ahhual Com 8 Paper Money Show E ks Lodge Pleasant St Rt 32 A free T 50 C John Ferren FO Bo 33 Storrv CT 06268 Dealers and Shop Owners SELL AT NO RISK FREE Newspaper Display box FREE Decals and tent cards FREE Bullion chart display box FREE Gold and Silver value charts For complete information about selling NUMISMATIC NEWS at shows and in your shop inquire about


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994 (pg. 4)

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

    Whitaker Albert S Phillips Benjamin M Denckla Henry J Whitney George R Webster Ralph C Speer John T Fribourg Amadee L Brierley George F W Buck Robert H Hill George If Charlton Thomas White Marshall H Adams Ora L McQreal Dominick J Beggn Tllliam H ttotoalf L esHs D Coffman George A Tinker John F Cogan John C Willan William R Underhill John B mansfield C A Bulkeley Rolla C Superintendent Private Secretary Chief Clerk 8 Room Chief Clerk Clerk Pay Roll Assists Chief Clerk Messenger Cashier s Office Cashier Clerk Assistant Cashier Clerk Superintendent a Calculating 4 5 oo oo 1 2oo oo 2 5 oo oo 1 800 00 9 oo oo 2 5 oo oo l 8 oo oo l 6oo oo Bookkeeper s Room Bookkeeper 2 000 00 Clerk Assistant Bookkeeper Also acts u iii


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994 (pg. 7)

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

    800 Ab s tract Clerk a Office J T Speer Abstract Clerk 2 000 R C Webster Warrant Clerk 2 000 Weigh C ler k s Office A L Fribourg Weigh Clerk 2 000 G P W Brierly Assistant Weigh Clerk 1 600 Custodian of Vaults Superintendent of Building Machine Sh op G M Hill Thomas Charlton Marshall H White J R Forster 0 L Adams Florence G Heatley J B Underhill C A mansfield R C Bulkeley W H Beeffe J H Hapenny G A Coffman J C Ccgan Po reman Machi ne Dept M Shop Chief Electrician Electrician Ordinary Electrician Telephone Operator Engineer Assistant Engineer N II Machinist M Blacksmith Plumber 5 50 5 00 5 00 4 25 3 7b 600 00 5 00 f 4 25 4 25 4 00 4 00 4 00 3 50 E P Moessner Scale Repairer E D Miller S


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994 (pg. 14)

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

    WAGES FUND Regular Workmen C 0 Malmstrom Assayer s Assistant 1 900 1 900 G A Coffman Blacksmith 1 25 2 1 256 J F Tinker Carpenter 1 400 1 400 W L Gunther Cutter 1 252 1 256 M H White Chief Electrician 1 565 1 570 0 L Adams Electrician 1 173 75 1 177 50 J B Underhill Engineer 1 565 1 570 R 0 Bulkeley Asst Engineer 1 551 25 1 555 50 C A mansfield tt ft 1 551 25 1 555 50 G M Hill Foreman Mchy Dept 1 700 1 700 Paul R Hempel Foreman Coining 1 700 1 700 Thomas Charlton Foreman Mch Shop 1 550 1 550 W K Robinson Foreman Rolling A Cutting 1 550 1 550 T P Boutwell Foreman of Annealing 1 400 1 400 J B LaVielle Jr Asst Foreman Coining 1 300 1 300 K G Bell Helper 4 1 095 50 1 099 S D Butler Helper 1 095 50 1 099 Michael Howard


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 57)

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

    U 8 MINT SERVICE Form No 137 Kd 1 I 1902 1 000 8 x 10 NOTIFICATION OF APPOINTMENT JJmsimj g part jcnt BUREAU OB THE MINT Washington D C October 2 1905 Mr Frank M Downer Superintendent U S Mint Denver Colorado Sir Tb fe appointment of James W Kittell Chas A mansfield and William R Willan as ar firemen ln the General department of your institution at a compensation of 840 00 per annum submitted in your communication of 18th ultimo is hereby approved to take effect from the date of oath Respectfully F W 3 Director of the Mint


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994. (pg. 59)

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

    U 8 MINT SERVICE Form No 137 Ed 1 i 1902 1 000 8x 1U notification of appointment gmtsavy Jkpartmeut bureau of the mint Washington U C October lAr Frank I Downer Superintendent U S Flint Denver Colorado Sir The ap o rvtment of James V Kittell Chas A mansfield and William F Fill an ___ be General department of your institution at a compensation of 840 00 per annum submitted in your communication of 18th ultimo is hereby approved to take effect from the dcte of oath Kespec tfully F V B


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 66)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    m the metal being carried up and out of the chimney so that in some instances in Utah as much as 10 or even 15 or 20 per cent was carried off in this way Attempts were then made to collect this material as is done in Europe in condensation ehambeis of large size and extent and several systems of doing it have been invented The simplest the cheapest and the most recent of these is used at mansfield Valley near Pittsburgh Pennsyl ania and is an adaptation of the flue leading to the chimney by thl Sl high f Pe T nta e f a3h in the coke has hi several instances caused the failure of works which with a suitable fuel might have been successful


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 100)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    he furnaces in which the ores are smelted are almost 1 m ariably shaft furnaces as the ores are very silicious and the piocess used is that of direct or indirect precipitation The urnaces are usually water jacketted and generally provided with Arendts tap The works which treat these ores are situated for the most part in Nevada Utah and Colorado A few furnaces r virV iU thG EaSt at St mansfield 7Zy neai I ittsburgh and m the vicinity of New York but generally it will not pay to transnnrf f Western Ter Lies to for them at home unless thev are e T T W kS com P c S some special busing 7 T exceedl gly rich or there is The ores are th f 7 sh uld be Seated here lead contSLt 7 z TT y tr T d rw desilverizing works or Wet t T the various ofthethrefdesil Z


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 106)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    tons of metal Four samples of a little over an assay ton each are taken from the middle of the four sides of the assay bar cutting it through From these four samples of an exact assay ton each are taken and cupelled If the gold is in small quantity 4 assay tons are taken The results are very accurate The process of desilverization as conducted in the works at Cheltenham Salt Lake and mansfield Valley consists of 1 Softening the lead 2 Incorporation of the zinc and separation of the zinc scum 3 Refining the desilverized lead 4 Treatment of the zinc scum The object of the desilverization as performed in these works is to concentrate all the silver into a very small quantity of an alloy of zinc and lead so rich that the lead resulting from its distillation will contain 8 to 1


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 112)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]



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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 115)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    es are r ied with melted lead from the softening furnaces When they are full they are heated up to the melting point of zinc whidi takes about one hour It is important that the heat should high enough to melt the zinc readily The kettle is so large t at there is but little danger of over heating When the tem perature is at the right point the zinc is added At the Germania orks and at mansfield the zinc is thrown in or laid on the top of the lead and incorporated as it melts At Cheltenham it is pUced m an iron cage which is let down to the bottom of the pot The amount of zinc to be added will generally be about one pound for every 31 ounces of silver This will usually amount to between 2 501b and 550 It to each kettle In gene ral with ores varying from 100 to 300 ounces of silve


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 118)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    man to each kettle The kettle is left until it is full and is then fired up and partially liquated which takes about an hour The kettle must not be heated too hot in this liquation for there would be danger of oxidising the zinc in which case the silver would go back to the lead The lead separated in liquation is put back into the large kettle No 1 before the second addition of zinc At mansfield all the skimmings except the first which con tains copper and may contain gold are ladled into the middle kettle which is kept heated and are liquated at once the lead flowing into No 3 The lead which collects there is put back into No 1 with the next charge of lead At Cheltenham the zinc skimmings are taken from kettle No 1 and liquated in No 2 While the second addition of zinc i


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 119)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    put to one side and form either a part or the whole of the first additions of zinc in the next kettle It has been suggested that the assays taken from the kettle to determine the value of the metal are often taken either too soon or when the metal is too hot In the latter case it is said that the silver rises to the top and gives a higher value to the metal than the average of the kettle At mansfield poor lead is not tapped if it contains more than one tenth of an ounce of silver to the ton and the merchant pio assays 0 075 ounce to 0 15 ounce When the Germania Works were first built the Flack process was used The liquated zinc skimmings were charged in a blast furnace with a very basic slag and small pressure of blast The result was rich lead and a rich slag In the condensation cha


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 123)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    w much zinc is added At tho Germania Works it contains from 0 7 to 1 per cent of zinc and antimony together It must be refined to separate the zinc and get it ready for the market This operation is one of refining but in tho West it is known under tho name of calcination This is done in a furnace with a cost or tank iron bottom like tho softening furnace holding from 20 to 40 tons At mansfield Valley tho bottom is made of tank iron with a pipe with a stop cock at tached to tho side for discharging it Fig 17 represents the furnace used at tho Germania Works The one used at Chelten ham is essentially the same it is a little larger but tho dimen sions vary only a few inches The fireplace is 2 ft 3 in wide and 4 ft 5 in long The bridge is 8 in below tho roof on the firepl


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 124)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    96 Refining the Lead which form arc allowed to remain until the furnace is tapped into the polling kettle which is usually about twenty hours after the charge is made and are then polled At mansfield Valley the refining is done in twelve hours The lead is not polled but is cast into pigs directly from the furnace At Cheltenham and elsewhere where the lead is cast before all the antimony is out it is polled The polling kettle is placed at the flue end of the furnace The lead flows into a deep cast iion channel lined with brasque from which it is syphoned off The top of the kettle is a


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 136)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    oduction of the fuel and on the back a flue 6 ft G in leading to the chimney There are 12 grate bars 1 in square and 2 ft 9 in long set on edge The retort is built into the furnace in the same way as at Cheltenham big 4 gives the plan of the furnaces at Salt Lake showing the disposition of the eight furnaces a with regard to the main chimney g and a section across the flue At mansfield Valley the chimney is at the end of the line of furnaces The weight of the iron for a furnace is nearly as follows Cast iron box Grate bar bearers Two standards Cast iron Wrought iron bars The wrought iron costs from 150 to 1G5 Jb 1200 300 630 2096 181 dull TT Until the rotort gradually arrives at a dul red heat when a eharge of 250 lb to 400 lb of the alloy broken up wine s


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 140)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    Retorts 105 temperature is gradually raised to a white heat and when the zinc vapours begin to appear the condenser made in the same way as that at Cheltenham is put on At mansfield they use for a condenser a retort No 100 with the bottom broken out and a hole punched in the side to discharge the zinc A piece of common stove pipe is attached to the mouth to cany off the gases The retorts usually last fifteen to twenty charges The time they will bust depends largely on the quantity and quality of the ash in the fuel used and the care exercised by the men when poking


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 141)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    success In the United States they have not to my knowledge been used In some works the outside of the retort has been washed with clay which does not allow the cinder to adhere to the sides of the retort or makes it separate easily In others it is said that they have been coated with a mixture of fine quartz and feldspar which effects the same purpose The flues leading to the chimney at mansfield are made with flaring sides at the bottom for 18 in in height The sides of the upper part are vertical and are rounded at the top Every ft at the bottom a partition is put in one third of the whole height of the flue In the brick flues which are 5 ft high the partitions are put in every 18 in and further apart In both the iron and brick flues the most dust is caught near the fur


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 145)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    per cent of silvei the concentration can be done by an ordinary workman The iinishing only will thus have to be done by an experienced man It is also considered that as the responsibility is more indivi dualised this method of conducting the operation in two parts greatly diminishes the temptation on the part of the men to steal the silver and the risk on the owner of losing any of it At mansfield Valley the cupelle was formerly made of an arti ficial marl made by mixing clay and pulverised limestone together as is frequently done in Germany This was stamped into a mould and the shape of the test cut out of it Now however both here and at Aurora Illinois the cupelle is made of the best hydraulic Portland cement moistened enough to ball in the hand and stamped in an iron mould


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 146)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    ead and all but 3 ounces of the silver would be returned This would make the cost to the owner within the last two or three years a little over 520 the ton Lead with a lower silver contents if free from other impurities could be treated at a much lower price but such material is rarely if ever found The following Tables prepared by Mr E F Eurich give the results of cupellation at mansfield Mining Commissioners Report for 1873


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 150)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    Zinc Dcsilverizcition 115 The following Tables were taken by myself from the books at mansfield Valley with the permission of Mr E F Eurich in June 1880 and refer to the months of April and May of that year Ounces Ounces Cupellation April 1st 1880 From desilverizing kettles to retorts Retorts to cupelle Extracted from 930 lb retort scrap Retort gain 31 790 08 468 81 31 865 84 303 05 Cupellation April 1880 32 258 89 32 258 89 Charged 27 883 lb of lead riches Pro


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 724)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    al or supposed criminal matters every other species of restraint of personal liberty was left to the ordinary remedy at common law but doubts being entertained as to the extent of the jurisdiction of the judge to inquire into the truth of the return to the writ in such cases an attempt was made in 1757 in the house of lords to render the jurisdiction more remedial It was opposed by Lord mansfield as unnecessary and failed for the time of success It was subse quently renewed however and the act of 56 Geo III c 100 supplies in England all the needed legislation in cases not embraced by the act of 31 Car II Hurd Hab Corp The English colonists in America regarded the privilege of the writ as one of the dearest birth rights of Britons and sufficient indications exist th


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 48)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]



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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 163)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    ity to be heard are requisite where the appointment is during good beha vior or the removal is for a specified cause 32 Pa 478 8 B Monr 648 3 Dutch 265 32 ind 74 13 Mich 346 10 H of L Cas 404 Mere acts which are a cause for amo tion do not create a vacancy till the amotion takes place 2 Green N J 332 5 Ind 77 12 Pick 244 The causes for amotion are said by Lord mansfield 1 Burr 538 to be first such as have no immediate relation to the office but are in themselves of so infamous a nature as to render the offender unfit to execute any public franchise but indictment and convic tion must precede amotion for such causes except where he has left the country before conviction 1 B Ad 936 second such as are only against his oath and the duty of his


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 272)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    nt to purchase for the nurpo se of obtaining a higher price than would otherwise be obtained Py lndders are also called puffers which see It has been said that the practice is proba y allowable if it be done fairly with an in tention only to prevent a sale at an unduly P r ce C B Monr 630 11 Paige Ch 4 9 3 Story 622 15 M W 371 1 Bo sons Contr 418 See Bid Auction orcl mansfield held that the employment o a single puffer was a fraud Cowj 395 us rule was afterwards relaxed in equity S T lS a ow a single bidder 12 es tn V i rule was stated in L R 1 Ch 10 i i at a s n l e puffer will vitiate a sale t aw l t m ybe allowed m equity though m H Ti at aw 0r qnity such bidding is per nus ible upon notice at the sale By 30 and K 1 i


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 273)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    BY BILL 273 BY THE BYE Vow Hampshire 28 N H 860 In Loui ina 13 La 287 In New Jersey jt set ms that if there if a bond fide bid next before that of the buyer the bidding of putters will ot avoid the sale so held also in 3 Story 611 but it is intimated that it would be a better rule to forbid putting 20 N J Eq 159 Kent favors Lord mansfield s rule 2 Kent 4 o r f he employment of a putter to enhanee the price of property sold is a fraud 17 Hun 373 So held in 8 How 378 Exceptions to the rule may occur when it does not appear that the buyer paid more than the value of the property or he had determined to bid 6 Ired Kq 430 A purchaser thus misled must re store the property as soon as he discovers the fraud 33 Penn


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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 372)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    eed accompanied by possession 9 lerg 418 These purely moral obligations are wisely left by the law to the conscience and good faith of the individual Mr Baron Parke says A mere moral consideration is nothing 9 M W 501 8 Mo 698 R was at one time held in England that an ex press promise made in consequence of a pre viously existing moral obligation created a valid contract per mansfield C J Cowp 290 5 Taunt 36 24 Penn 370 It is often said that a moral obligation is sufficient consideration but it is a rule that such moral obligation must have once been valuable and enforceable at law but has cease to be so by the operation of the statute 0 limitations or by the intervention of bank ruptcy for instance The claim in this case remains equally strong on the co


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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. 1,425)

    /1907 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    Coin Gold bearing quartz dust nuggets etc Bullion Coin Ore United States Great Britain Other countries Total 15 453 272 1 119 776 3 337 181 907 943 98 409 22 053 8140 195 157 878 841 62 760 955 336 265 337 254 81 176 051 9 206 4 947 603 8 127 465 713 516 19 910 229 1 028 405 141 073 998 63 097 220 337 254 1 185 257 13 788 584 BRITISH COLUMBIA By Consul General Robert E mansfield Vancouver In Supplement to Daily Consular and Commerce Reports Mar 25 1916 J Product op Gold and Silver in 1914 and 1915 The mineral production of this Province in 1915 was the largest in the history of the industry Classification Gold Placer Lode Silver 19U 1915 565 000 5 109 004 1 876 736 650 000 5 854 900 1 665 752 Gold and Silver Mining Placer gold shows an increase for the year


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    Correspondence Relating to Site Selection for the Denver Mint, 1970 - 1979 (pg. 656)

    /1970 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    recent projects Townsend and Bottum Inc has under contract or completed A Consumers Power Company D E Kara Power Plant Units 3 and 4 Bay City Michigan 200 000 000 constructed value Total project responsibility including design procurement construction Engineering subcontracted to Commonwealth Associates Inc 70 percent of con struction with own forces A Ohio Edison Company Bruce mansfield Power Plant Units 1 and 2 Shippingport Pa 400 000 000 constructed value General Contractorship 70 percent of con struction with own forces A Detroit Edison Company Monroe Power Plant Units 1 4 Monroe Michigan 580 000 000 constructed value General Contractorship 50 percent of construction with own forces


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    Correspondence Relating to Site Selection for the Denver Mint, 1970 - 1979 (pg. 79)

    /1970 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    HAMPDEN AVE JEFFERSON PARK FILING NO 2 ACADEMY FILING NO 4 COLORADO ACADEMY ACADEMY OPfU E PARK FILING NO I ACADEMY OFFICE PARK FILING H mansfield AVE ACADEMY ACADEM park filing PARK Q FILING O NO 5 JEFFCO CITY LIMITS Planning Area 28 css


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    8NS-104-95-171, Miscellaneous Correspondence, working papers, reports, studies & photographs of the “U.S. Mint Site Selection,” 1970 - 1979. (pg. 397)

    /1970 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics]

    to Orenaug Park and Pleasant Street including the Merrl man parcel No 128 Middlesex County East Haddam The Goodspeed Opera House Norwich Road Middletown Alsop House Davison Art Cen ter 301 High Street Middletown JttuieU House oorner of Wash ington and High Streets Middletown Wet more Seth House Oak Hill northwest corner of Route 60 and Camp Road New Haven County Ansonla mansfield Richard House S5 Jewett Strcot Derby The Sterling Opera House northwest oorner of Fourth and Elisabeth Streets New Haven Connecticut Agricultural Ex periment Station 123 Huntington Street New Haven Connecticut Hall Tale Univer sity bounded by High Chapel Elm and College Streets New Haven Dana James Dwight House 24 HUlhouse Avenue New Haven First Telephone Exchange 741


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    8NS-104-95-171, Miscellaneous Correspondence, working papers, reports, studies & photographs of the “U.S. Mint Site Selection,” 1970 - 1979. (pg. 426)

    /1970 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics]

    theast by Texas 471 CastrovtUe Landmark Inn Complex Fiore la and Florence Streeu Menard County Fort McKevett Fort McKarett Historic Dis trtet eouth bank of the San Saba Hirer Nacogdoches County Haoofdodhes Old NaooydocHex Uniierrlty Building Washington Square Nueces County King Ranch see Kenedy County Oldham County Vega rlcinlty Landergin Mesa east side of East A l amo aa Creek mansfield Ranch Parker County Weatherford Parker County Courthouse Courthouse Square Potter County Frltch vicinity Alibates Flint Quarries and Texas Panhandle Pueblo Culture National Monument southwest of Frttch on the Canadian Hirer Real County Gamp Wood Mission San Lorenzo de la Santa Crus on the west side of Texas 46 at the north edge of the city Robertson County Calrert Hammond House bounde


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    NRG-104-98-023, Bullion Deposits, 1938-1995. (pg. 487)

    /1938 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics]

    T ovcn mansfield Coppie attorneys at law U S Tn n IVpartjrm Super Ir u t it M m S r ice Denver M ni Building Colfax at Delaw Cure or by Schaffer for permit to soli the gold recovered from this ore and w wish to place thr Government on notice that neither Garv nor Sch fh r h ve the title thereto and would like to be kept advised of any effort on their par to sell the same Thinking you for your atten


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    NRG-104-98-023, Bullion Deposits, 1938-1995. (pg. 553)

    /1938 [U.S. Mint Denver Mint Numismatics]

    Westover mansfield Copple ATTORNEYS AT LAW U S Treasury Department Superintendent Mint Service Denver Mint Building Colfax at Delaware Denver Colorado June 13 1963 Page Two No doubt application will be made shortly either by Gary or by Schaffer for permit to sell the gold recovered from this ore and we wish to place the Government on notice that neither Gary nor Schaffer have the title thereto and would li


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    Sale 46 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 3, folder 8] (pg. 232)

    6/17/1955

    o ers Prussia William 1861 Coronation 1871 Victory Tolers D 643 644 f 46 650 653 654 778 785 Very Fine to brilliant Unc several attroctive pieces included 8 Pcs Hesse Ernst Ludwio 1904 400th Anniversary 2 Morks Mecklenburq Schwerin Frederick Francis IV 1904 Marriage 1915 Centenary 5 Marks CW 68 79 80 Unc Proof olmost Unc 3 Pcs Prussio W lliam II 1915 3 Marks on Centenary of Union with mansfield Schwarsburq Sondershouscn Karl Gunther 1 9178 Twenty Fifth Anniversary 2 Marks C W 102 159 Proof and first strike Unc 2 Pcs


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    Sale 60a, August 5, 1969 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 8, folder 4] (pg. 32)

    8/5/1969

    Phone 419 522 5703 Hours 10 00 sm 5 00 pm Mon Sat A N A C S N S A P S PENN OHIO G M P N S Inc Members COIN mtm SHOP PARK AVENUE COIN SHOP 323 Park Avenue West mansfield Ohio 44906 July 24 i960 ooQoya Mevr lieth rl TidG i evr ork TT Y De r vSirs lie enter rny bidP in your up 5 th nril bid s le 14 f 2 41 l f 6 F221 V2 1 S6 F242 1091 F357 Uh nk 3rou 17 50 3 5f 17 50 7 1 j m raimk AMERICARD accepted jlers in coins stamps and supplies BANK Aivicn


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    Sale 38, August 16, 1952 (1 of 2) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 8, folder 18] (pg. 43)

    8/16/1952

    57 Double Ducat 1649 struck at Prague Laureoted bust to right Rl v Bohen on crowned double eagle Not in Miller von Aichholz Donebauer etc Unpublished and probably unique Extra fine Plate 1 50 00 LINDAU Gold medal 1748 commemorating the Centenary of the Peace of Westphalia Linden tree in frame Rev Altar between two columns 27mm 7 grams Very fine and extremely rare Plote 75 001 mansfield VORDERORT LINE Volrat VI Wolfgang III John George II 1620 1627 Gold Florin 1626 St George mounted to right Rev Three shields Tornau 730 Very fine and rare Plote 50 001 MILAN Second Republic 1447 1450 h Fiorino d oro M within legend Rev Bust of St Ambrosiu facing C N I 3 Very fine 25 001 Francesco I Sforxa 1450 1466 Zecchino Bust r Rev Duke mounted to right C N I 6 Fin


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    Sale 38, August 16, 1952 (1 of 2) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 8, folder 18] (pg. 45)

    8/16/1952

    34 1024 mansfield FRIEDEBURG Peter Ernest I Christopher II John Hoyer III 1558 1573 Toler 1573 St George mounted to right Rev Double eagle Tornou 544 Fine 10 00i 1025 ORTENBURG John Widmon Taler without date I 63 I Bust r Rev Arms Cat SchultheH No 5450 RRRl Madai 4324 Horsky 5527 Extra fine and very rare Plate 125 00i 1026 SCHLICK Henry IV 1612 1650 Toler 1647 St Anne with two


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    Sale 38, August 16, 1952 (2 of 2) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 8, folder 19] (pg. 45)

    8/16/1952

    34 7 1025 fO 1 026 n 1028 1029 1030 0 1031 1038 1039 mansfield FRIEDEBURG Peter Ernett I Christopher II John Hoyer III 1558 1573 Toler 1573 St George mounted to right Rev Double eogle Tornou 544 Fine 1 I0 00 ORTENBURG John Widmon Toler without dote 16311 Bust r Rev Arms Cot Schulthess No 5450 IRRRI Modoi 4324 Horsky 5527 Extra fine and very rare Ploto 125 001 SCHLICK Henry IV 1612 1650 Toler 1647 St Anne with two children behi


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