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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists (pg. 252)

    4/7/2017 [Numismatics Tokens Medals]

    V Silver on red 1 6 inch 41mm 12131 delisted 2009 V Silver on green 1 6 inch 41mm 1213J delisted 2009 Hertzler Mark AVA 2382 MARK HERTZLER 419 589 4745 P O BOX 2111 mansfield OH 44905 GOOD FOR 19 8 CENTS COLLECTOR OF MANSFIELD TOKENS MEDALS BADGES BANKS AND MISC V Black on red 38mm one of 11 colors 11 of each produced 23 82K delisted 2009 MARK HERTZLER 419 589 4745 P O BOX 2111 MANSFIELD OH 44905 GOOD FOR ONE BEER COLLECTOR OF MANSFIELD TOKENS MEDALS BADGES BANKS AND MISC Eleven colors 1 1 of each produced MARK


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    John Hull : the mint and the economics of Massachusetts coinage (pg. 166)

    /2002 [Numismatics Colonial Massachusetts]

    t all for the belly and No worke stirring nor are wee respected heare here because we are soe poore can not have imployment in our callings we have both ben Wronged both in our Estats good Name noe healpe help as yet but patiently abide the Lord s pleasure Your poore petitioners John Mansfeilld Mary Mansfeilld his wife full text in Crosby pp 103 4 There is no evidence mansfield ever worked at the mint He was not mentioned in Hull s diary ledger or letters nor was he mentioned in any documents from the mint It appears this petition was rejected Apparently Hull did not believe Mansfield had the required diecutting skills and concluded it would be more economical for the two partners to assume the diecutting duties Interestingly Mansfield did not apply directly to Hu


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    John Hull : the mint and the economics of Massachusetts coinage (pg. 167)

    /2002 [Numismatics Colonial Massachusetts]

    142 Part Four Production Issues at the Massachusetts Mint law John Keayne bequeathed a cow to each of the two mansfield children He stated the profits from the cow were to be used for the children s maintenance but that the profits should not be given to either of the parents Keayne stated that he had bailed John Mansfield from jail had paid his debts paid his passage to America and lent him money but that Mansfield lived idlie spent what he gott in drinke company keeping so spitefull envious he w


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    John Hull : the mint and the economics of Massachusetts coinage (pg. 165)

    /2002 [Numismatics Colonial Massachusetts]

    Chapter 13 Other Individuals Mentioned in Connection with the Massachusetts Bay Coining Operation John Mansfleld I n addition to Robert Sanderson at least one other individual in the Boston area stated he had trained in the goldsmith profession namely John mansfield of Charlestown Mansfleld immigrated to Massachusetts Bay in 1634 at the age of 33 References to him are sparse He was listed as a witness to the Suffolk County will of Jonathan Waymouth dated November 19 1639 The New England Historical and Genealogical Register vol 2 1848 p 261 He was also listed as taking the oath of a freeman on May 10 1643 Shurtleff vol 2 p 293 column 2 A


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    American Numismatic Periodicals 1860-1960, Book II: An Illustrated Collectors Guide (pg. 231)

    /1990 Numismatic Literature

    are wHeom and urged to attend The ticket are St SO j r jiernon Tick are avail aide from Mrv Arina Dark 1402 ON 15 Bids Spokane The Stamp and C in Collectors Supply HOG Sherw wvl Bide Spokane and The Washington Street Drug 23 South Washington Spokane Pras Ob o Caw CLbs The fall convention of the I enn fWrio Coin data was held Novambar 12 and 13th at the MansfiHd Leland hotel in mansfield Ohio The conven tion was sponsored by the Mansfield St mp and Coin dub with Mr Robert C m H ell of Mansfield as General Chain a The show with the c x perat on of a fine Indian Sumrn r weekend turned out to be whar was oomibly the best of the long Penn Ohlo history reflect ing the constant upsurge of Interest in numismatics The registry was swelled with 219 names from all cor ner an


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    John Hull : the mint and the economics of Massachusetts coinage (pg. 250)

    /2002 [Numismatics Colonial Massachusetts]

    to Joseph Jenks the master craftsman at the Hammersmith Iron Works in Saugus Massachusetts Apparently this letter was in reply to an earlier request from Jenks inquiring as to the availability of a die cutter In his reply to Jenks Edward Hull stated that he knew of a German die cutter who was willing to immigrate to Boston It appears nothing came of this plan Morison p 152 1654 John mansfield of Charlestown petitioned the General Court to grant that he be allowed to be the Country searvantt for helping to quine melt fine silver with mr Hull good man Saunders in the country howse withe them That is he wanted to serve the country Massachusetts Bay by coining melting and refining silver in the government mint house Mansfield stated he had eleven and a half years s expe


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    Love Tokens as Engraved Coins (pg. 207)

    /1991 Numismatics; Tokens

    t the middle is a heart In the lower center of the heart is engraved in script the name Frank and in the ribbon outside of the heart is engraved the name Helen Above the ribbon is engraved a sprig of flowers and beneath the ribbon a sprig of leaves On the reverse around the rim from 9 o clock to 3 o clock is engraved in script Capt Frank L Long beneath the eagle is engraved in script mansfield Co In the oblong at the top of the shield on the eagle s breast is engraved 1852 This is another interesting piece and the eagle looks like he is just bursting to tell the story about Frank and Helen The Mansfield Co at first glance would seem to be city and state The Co today would indicate Colorado but upon research not in this instance for two reasons First there is no Mansfi


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    Civil War Tokens and Tradesman's Store Cards: a tentative list of the Civil War tokens, and store cards issued by the merchants of the United States, and used as money during the period from 1861 to 1864 (pg. 452)

    /1924

    tinued Laurelville Continued NUMBER OBVERSE REVERSE METAL EDGE 8533 same 423 c PI 8534 same 465 c PI 8535 same 499 c PI 8536 8537 Lima R Boose dry goods Lima Ohio 428 c PI 8538 same same Br PI 8539 same 460 C PI 8540 same 480 C PI 8541 8542 London Jas Me Laughlin dealer in cigars tobacco London 0 598 W M R 8543 8544 Loudenville F Schuch dealer in groceries Loudenville Ohio 421 C PI 8545 8546 mansfield H Endly dealer in hats and caps Mansfield 0 303 c PI 8547 same same N PI 8548 F B Orr dealer in hardware iron nails Mansfield 0 29 C PI 8549 same same Br PI 8550 8551 same 99 C PI 8552 same same Br PI 8553 same same N PI 8554 same same C N PI 8555 same same W M PI 8556 same same S PI 8557 8558 same 108 Br PI 8559 8560 8561 same 185 Br PI 8562 same same N PI 8563 same 302 Br PI 8564 8565 8566 8


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 7 [Supplement, A-L] (pg. 516)

    /1923 Medals

    5 7 Lord mansfield and the late Bishop of Winchester Benjamin Hoadley intended for medals A medal of David Garrick Esq and rev in silver A medal of the late Lord Chesterfield and rev in copper A medal of David Garrick Esq A medal of the Society of Freemasons at Exeter in silver A frame with four engravings on stone 1777 A frame contain ing medals of His Majesty Lord Chancello


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    Pesonal Tokens and Medals of American Numismatists (pg. 195)

    4/7/2017 [Numismatics Tokens Medals]

    Kelley John Evie Parker Dick J E COINS INC JOHN KELLEY DICK PARKER 505 296 3 112 P O BOX 3622 ALBUQUERQUE NM 971 10 Bronze 20mm 1976 Indian Head 1000 issued 782 Kimes William C NUMISMATIST C KIMES ANA EM 392 PENN OHIO EM 17 419 522 4749 P O BOX 1 144 mansfield OHIO 44901 y Bronze 20mm 1976 Indian Head 1000 issued 881 NUMISMATIST C KIMES ANA EM 3 92 PENN OHIO EM 17 419 522 4749 P O BOX 1 144 MANSFIELD OHIO 44901 y Bronze 20mm 1976 Indian Head 1000 issued 882 The 3 indicated above is inverted Kleckner Donald S DONALD S KLECKNER NUMISMATIST AND ENGINEERING CONSULTANT ST CLAIRSVILLE OHIO Bronze


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    American Numismatic Biographies (pg. 203)

    11/3/2012 Biography

    Taylor mansfield was promoted to brigadier general effective May 14 1861 During the battle of Antietam Sharpsburg his troops were wavering and he rode into the thick of battle He was shot and died the following day Mansfield appears on paper money 500 Legal Tender Notes series 1874 1875 1878 and 1880 bio ApCAB DAB Drake Limpert NCAB 4 TCBDA WWWA H Manship Paul Howard Sculptor b 12 24 1885 d 1


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    The Medallic History of the United States of America, 1776-1876 (Vol. 1) (pg. 367)

    1/1/1878 Medals

    cable to turn all the works in that direction and thus cut the enemy s line of communication After establishing my camp at the Walnut Springs three miles from Monterey the nearest suitable position it was accordingly my first care to order a close reconnoissance of the ground in question which was executed on the evening of the 19th by the engineer officers under the direction of Major mansfield A reconnoissance of the eastern approaches was at the same time made by Captain Williams Topographical Engineer The examination made by Major Mansfield proved the entire practicability of throwing forward a column to the Saltillo road and thus turning the position of the enemy Deeming this to be an operation of essential importance orders were given to Brevet Brigadier General Worth com m


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    The Medallic History of the United States of America, 1776-1876 (Vol. 1) (pg. 368)

    1/1/1878 Medals

    hing the mortar battery the ist and 3d regiments of infantry and battalion of Baltimore and Washington volunteers with Captain Bragg s field battery the whole under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Garland were directed toward the lower part of the town with orders to make a strong demonstration and carry one of the enemy s advanced works if it could be done without too heavy loss Major mansfield Engineers and Captain WUliams and Lieutenant Pope Topographical Engineers accompanied this column Major Mansfield being charged with its direction and the designation of points of attack In the meantime the mortar served by Captain Ramsay of the Ordnance and the howitzer battery tmder Captain Webster ist Artillery had opened their fire upon the citadel which was deliberately sustained


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    The Medallic History of the United States of America, 1776-1876 (Vol. 1) (pg. 374)

    1/1/1878 Medals

    Major Bliss assistant adjutant general Captain Sibley assistant quartermaster Captain Waggaman commissary of subsistence Captain Eaton and Lieutenant Ganiett aids de camp and Major Kirby and Van Buren pay department served near my person and were ever prompt in all situations in the communication of my orders and instructions I must express my particular obligations to Brevet Major mansfield and Lieutenant Scarritt corps of Engineers They both rendered most important services in reconnoitrmg the enemy s positions conducting troops in attack and strengthening the works captured from the enemy Major Mansfield though wounded on the 21st remained on duty during that and the following day untU confined by his wound to camp Captain Williams Topographical Engineer to my great reg


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    The Medallic History of the United States of America, 1776-1876 (Vol. 1) (pg. 546)

    1/1/1878 Medals

    rt R 58 72 90 91 Lloyd s Coffee House 132 Loeser Lucien 413 416 Logan John Alexander 380 384 385 Longacre James Barton 352 353 Long Eli 402 Long Island Battle of 46 LONGSTREET JaMES 328 397 398 4OO 401 404 405 Lookout Mountain 395 396 398 399 401 402 403 LORING WiLLLAM W 312 313 317 384 Louis XVI King of France 98 Louis XVIII King of France 116 266 267 LovELL mansfield 329 Louisa Fernandez Corvette 303 Low Captain 411 412 415 LucAN quoted 183 Lucas Robert 443 444 LucKNER Marshal de 24 Lundy s Lane Battle of 224 Luther Roland A 283 287 Luzerne Chevalier afterward Marquis de la xxix 27 no 115 117 118 119 120 121 122 124 Luzerne Comte de la 117 Lyon Caleb 358 M Macalester Charles 423 426 Maccoun Assistant Surgeon 365 Macdonough Thomas


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    John Hull : the mint and the economics of Massachusetts coinage (pg. 111)

    /2002 [Numismatics Colonial Massachusetts]

    nage may have been produced until 1654 It seems some type of press was obtained by 1654 since there are some indications the mint was exploring the possibility of hiring a diecutter in that year In 1654 Joseph Jenks at the Hammersmith Ironworks in Saugus corresponded with John Hull s brother Edward Hull who was in London about bringing a diecutter to Massachusetts Bay In the same year John mansfield petitioned the General Court for a position at the mint but neither initiative seems to have been successful Morison p 152 Crosby pp 103 4 That inquiries were made concerning a diecutter and that Mansfield who said he had apprenticed in London as a goldsmith applied for a position at the mint suggests Hull and Sanderson were seeking an experienced diecutter Obviously they would not ha


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    John Hull : the mint and the economics of Massachusetts coinage (pg. 368)

    /2002 [Numismatics Colonial Massachusetts]

    75 124 planchet production 74 5 preparing silver strips 75 production procedures 74 6 penny weight defined 66 report of 1685 67 8 report of 1686 72 screw press 75 shilling weight defined 65 tolerances 57 170 71 Lord Robert 225 Loyall Francis 4 Loyd Philip 52 266 68 Lynch Thomas 260 Macy s Department Store Boston 3 Malynes Gerard 77 123 Manatticott River Braintree 4 mansfield John xv 86 129 140 42 225 Mansfield Mary 140 42 Market Harborough Leicerstershire 1 233 Martin Richard 7 Mary Queen of England 65 Mary the Virgin xvii Mason John 32 234 Mason Robert heir of John 33 36 38 41 228 234 240 41 245 248 49 Mason Robert of Boston 8 Massachusetts Bay agents in London 1662 33 4 230 34 agents in London 1676 37 243 245 51 agents in Lo


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    John Hull : the mint and the economics of Massachusetts coinage (pg. 154)

    /2002 [Numismatics Colonial Massachusetts]

    an association with Sanderson When Hull wrote about the founding of the mint in his private diary he stated and I chose my friend Robert Sanderson to be my partner to which the Court consented Hull Private Diary pp 145 46 This wording suggests their friendship may have predated the mint partnership The only other local inhabitant that may have had training as a goldsmith was John mansfield of Charlestown who was said to have apprenticed in London before immigrating to Boston in 1634 However as discussed below in Chapter 13 there is no evidence Mansfield ever practiced the goldsmith trade Hull and Sanderson as silversmiths In his informative biography of John Hull Hermann Clarke has suggested Hull began practicing the silversmith trade about 1644 or 1645 when he was about 19 o


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    The Case Trevett against Weeden (pg. 61)

    /1787 Numismatics

    Henry Day to keep an inn at Everfley vvhere it was alledged and fworn to be fit and proper and even ne c chary that thete fhould be an additional one there being one there already and for which occupation of keeping an ini this man was as thofe two Juftices themfeives had allowed on a for mer occafion a proper perfon they having before licenced him to do fo at another place II Lord mansfield and Mr Juftice Denifon held that notwithftanding this was a matter left in a great meafure to the difcretion of the Juftices yet if it appeared to tile Court from fuf G ficient 1 Bacon s Abr 555 f Burrows 556 556


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    Numismata. A Discourse of Medals, Ancient and Modern (pg. 86)

    /1697 Numismatics Numismatics Medals

    to and Gar rifoned by her with their Raddition their deplorable and cruel Sufferings after their firffc Governor Philip Emanuel Duke of Savoy and Governefs Margarete Dutchefs of Parma Car dinal Gr anvil under that fierce and truculent Alvaregde To ledo Duke of Aha his Son Frederic Ton Lovis de 3 equefens Ton John of Auflria the Arch Duke Matthias the Princes of forma Count mansfield Arch Duke Albert Clara Eu genia i the Cardinal Infanta the late Fran de Mela j LeopoU dus Monterey and the reft They reprefent the Executions and Cataftrophes of Count Egmont and Horn the feveral Majfacres which follow d the Heroical ACts of Prince Wflliam of Najfau his Aftaffi nation the Effigies and Exploits of thofe who purfued that great Perfons Victories what was or ra


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    Numismata. A Discourse of Medals, Ancient and Modern (pg. 219)

    /1697 Numismatics Numismatics Medals

    erleon St Julian roughs vftrt and plentifully about Bath in SomerJet Jhire j on Malvern Hills in Ro Worcefter foire about Winchefter in n e 5 G ee fer in Berks i Old Verulam in Hartford hire Hog Magog in Cambridge found than fhire in Cambridge Town and Caftlej JcWrfc in Su ff ol Z Bradburn and Vorchefter in Bor jet hire j in Glocefter fhire about the Cotfwold j in Bartonfield and mansfield in Hereford hire and Northampton


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    The Numismatic Directory for 1884 (pg. 83)

    /1884 Numismatics Coins

    rm Lerch Co John Bethlehem Penn Loovis Co A M Dry Goods Lvons Mich Leibler Jos Wood St Pittsburg Pa Leavitt Bevis Hosiery Cincinnati O Lyon Co Chromos New York Laundry Indigo Blue Lord Co Furniture Utica N Y Lent L B New York Circus Laufman Bro P B Pittsburg Pa Murdock Spencer Cincinnati O McLaughlin Son Geo Mt U don Pa mansfield Co Helena Montana McConnell D Savannah Ga Morrill Co J W Louisville Ivy Martin M Wines Broadway N Y McIvnight John Reading Penn Mack S F Hardware N Y Medina J Wigs Lawrence Mass Mullen Jas Artist Lexington Ky Mersereau W T J Stair Rods N T Mills Schermerhorn Bloomington Ill Miller Jos Boots and Shoe 1 Racine Wis Mayer Fox


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    The Rare Coins of America (pg. 109)

    /1889 Numismatics Coins

    igismund III king of Poland 1628 John Casimir and John Ernest 1585 1625 heads each side Martin Luther 1661 base silver William landgrave of Hesse 1637 lion A Bell Thaler Bust R Bell 1643 Bruns and Luneburg Augustus bell 1643 clapper 1643 1630 Christian large head I Charles 1753 swan in harbor Ratisbon Francks 1754 Thaler view of city mansfield 1609 St George and Dragon 1671 order of the Garter 3 00 4 00 4 00 5 00 6 00 3 00 4 00 3 00 3 00 5 00 4 00 4 00 3 00 15 00 5 00 4 00 i 00 3 00 6 00 6 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 3 00 5 00 5 00 4 00 4 00 3 00 5 00 3 50 4 00 6 00


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    Bad money drives good money away (pg. 7)

    7/1/2017 [Numismatics Gresham's Law]

    coins Treasury executives believed incorrectly that clad coins containing silver were not as likely to be hoarded To discourage the hoarding and collecting of U S coins based on mint marks the mints stopped putting D for Denver on coins from 1965 through 1968 Gresham s Law stopped the existence of the 1964 Peace type silver dollar Congress in August 1964 pushed by Montana Senator Mike mansfield passed an appropriation for striking 45 million silver dollars The mint struck about 300 000 1964 dated peace dollars but in May 1965 because of a huge public complaint that the coins would only be hoarded they were all melted Background The hidden hand of the U S Treasury controlled silver s value From the end of World War II through the early 1960s the U S Treasury had a stockpile of


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    A description of ancient and modern coins, in the cabinet collection at the Mint of the United States (pg. 263)

    /1860 Mint Cabinet

    MODERN COINS BRUNSWICK 213 44 G 1831 Double frederick d or Same type Value 7 97 45 B S 1831 Half groschen 2 pieces Same type as No 39 46 S 1832 Thaler Obverse same as No 37 Rev segen deb mansfelder bergbaues seed of the mansfield mines occu pying the field ein thaler xiv eine feine mark 1832 Edge same as No 41 Yalue 72 cts 47 G 1835 Frederick d or Same type as No 43 Yalue 3 96 48 S 1840 Two thaler piece Obverse same as No 37 Rev Shield surrounded by an order chain a mantle of ermine suspended from a crown and forming a canopy over the shield 2 thaler vii EINE F MARK 3 GULDEN VEREINS MUNZ


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 7 [Supplement, A-L] (pg. 118)

    /1923 Medals

    also used in another form as an independent plaquette with the name on Information kindly supplied by Mr M H Spielmann BOWER ETHEL or EDITH A C B D M Vol I 1904 p 258 Contemporary Sculptor and Medallist residing in London She has exhibited at the Royal Academy 1905 Edouard Lantery Archibald Sturrock Robert H Davies Sir Charles Villiers Stanford Robert B mansfield Sir William S Church 1906 John Roddam Spencer Stanhope 1907 Col Hubert de la Poer Gough Joslin Dominus Muncaster Bishop Edward T Churton C T Hagberg Wright John Church George A C Bower Rev H B Gray D D warden of Bradfield R Rev Abbot Gasquet O S B 1908 Case of nine Medals Sir W Crookes Sir James Dewar etc BOWER GEORGE B D M


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 4 [MB-Q] (pg. 160)

    /1909 Medals

    County of Devonshire Shillings with view of Eddystone Lighthouse io varieties all engraved by Halliday Gloucester Shilling and Sixpence arms of city Hampshire County Shillings Ships at sea Leicester Shillings 4 and Sixpences 2 18 1 1 London Shillings 9 and Sixpences 6 18 1 1 all engraved by Halliday Lynn Eighteenpence Shilling and Sixpence 1811 mansfield Shillings 3 1812 Bristol Shillings 5 undated Sixpences 2 etc MORGANTI BENTO or BENVENUTO Ital Medallist of the early part of the eighteenth century born at Rome studied at Coimbra Portugal His father was librarian to Don Thomas d Almeida first patriarch of Lisbon The artist distinguished himself in Port ugal as an Engraver of coins and medals some of which are descr


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    American Numismatic Biographies (pg. 54)

    11/3/2012 Biography

    photograph Joseph King mansfield George Gordon Meade Charles Sumner Martha Washington and Silas Wright He died in Brooklyn New York bio Messier NCAB 12 NYHSD WWWA H BNR Jan 87 Bush George Herbert Walker President b 6 12 1924 L2017 Bom in Milton Massachusetts son of a U S senator Attended Phillips Academy at Andover Massachusetts Served in the Navy 1942 to 1945 On September 2 1944 he was shot down in the P


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    American Numismatic Biographies (pg. 202)

    11/3/2012 Biography

    Albany 1890 to 1894 He served on the Assay Commission for five years 1909 through 1913 Collection sold at auction by B Max Mehl May 17 1921 The collection included an 1804 dollar that realized 2500 An 1838 proof dollar brought 250 An 1852 50 gold piece from the U S Assay Office brought four times face value at 200 bio NCAB 1 TCBDA WWWA 1 profile The Elder Monthly Aug 1906 photo mansfield Joseph King Fenno General b 12 22 1803 d 9 18 1862 Bom in New Haven Connecticut He entered West Point before he was 14 years old Graduate of West Point in 1822 second in his class Married Louisa Mather September 25 1838 They had four children He was assigned to engineering of coastal defenses Served in Mexican War 1846 to 1848 under Zachary Send changes to petesmithl793 gmail com 2


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    American Numismatic Biographies (pg. 283)

    11/3/2012 Biography

    died in Nonquitt Massachusetts Sheridan appears on paper money 5 Silver Certificate series of 1896 reverse 10 Treasury Notes series of 1890 and 1891 bio ApCAB DAB Drake EAB Limpert NCAB 4 TCBDA WAB WWWA H Sherman John Secretary of State b 5 10 1823 d 10 22 1900 Born in Lancaster Ohio younger brother of William Tecumseh Sherman Admitted to the bar in 1844 Practiced law in mansfield and Cleveland Married Sarah Cecilia Stewart August 31 1848 Elected to the House of Representatives and served March 4 1855 to March 21 1861 Elected to the Senate to fill the vacancy left by Salmon P Chase and served March 21 1861 to March 8 1877 Appointed Secretary of the Treasury and served March 8 1877 to March 3 1881 His primary objective as Secretary was the resumption of spec


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    Guide to the numismatic collection of the Mint of the United States at Philadelphia, Pa (pg. 65)

    /1913 Mint Cabinet Philadelphia Mint

    ight Rev An eagle perched on trophy of military arms The Prussian gold ducat while also struck by Frederick I gets its name Friedrichsd Or from Frederick II 646 AR Reichsthaler 1750 Bust to right Eagle perched on a trophy of arms 670 AR Thaler 1832 of Frederick Wilhelm III 1797 1840 Obv Head to right Rev SEGEN DES MANSFELDER BERGBAUES Ausbeutethaler from silver from mansfield mines 674 AR Doppelvereinsthaler 3 Gulden 1840 Bust to right Shield of arms within ermine mantle surmounted by a crown 689 AR Kronungsthaler 1861 commemorating the coronation of Wilhelm I and Augusta Obv WILHELM KOENIG AUGUSTA KOENIGIN v PREUSSEN their crowned busts jugate to right Rev SUUM CUIQUE KROENUNGS THALER 1861 eagle and crowned W s and A s placed on the lines of a


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    The Medallic History of the United States of America, 1776-1876 (Vol. 1) (pg. 422)

    1/1/1878 Medals

    isposing them for the defence of the train and baggage Colonel Whiting quartermaster general and Captain Eaton chief of the subsistence department were engaged with the duties of their departments and also served in my immediate staff on the field Captain Sibley assistant quartermaster was necessarily left with the head quarter camp near town where his services were highly useful Major mansfield and Lieutenant Benham engineers and Captain Linnard and Lieutenants Pope and Franklin Topographical Engineers were employed before and during the engagement in making reconnoissances and on the field were very active in bringing information and in conveying my orders to distant points Lieutenant Kingsbur in addition to his proper duties as ordnance officer Captain Chilton assistant qua


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    Medallic portraits of Washington (pg. 223)

    1/1/1885 Medals

    STORE CARDS is 564 ORR xOK N Tsef WASHINGTON i m _F B ORR DEALER IN HARDWARE IRON NAILS mansfield O in five lines all curving excep t ird t e 12 Silver Brass Nickel 565 PARSONS Obverse Sdjn as No 543 W r G PARSONS FIREWORKS 24 JOHN ST N Y Size 12 Brass G Silver Tin 566 PETERSEN S Km ttef WASHINGTON TnM 7 HONESDALE SCRANTON PITTS TON PA JEWELLERS in six irregular lines Size 13 Copper Tin 567 QUINN Obvers


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 3 [I-MA] (pg. 171)

    /1907 Medals

    ALxe i on of je ge HL r by Kirk Portriit meJalet 1760 Accession of George ILL Oct 26 1 760 llltwraitd Tohlt Tftsri Duke of Athol 1774 William Murray Earl of mansfield 177 7 from a mode by Gosset Prize Medal of the Dumfries Society for Encour agement of AgricyJi Cg 177 Tribute to David Garrick 1 772 Memorial Medal c f David Garrick 1773 David Garrick s retirement i jy 6 Memorial Medal of the Marquis ot Marqtit irf Granby Memorial Medal bf r v of actual G nnhy 1774 illMtrated John Harrison The


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 6 [T-Z] (pg. 40)

    /1916 Medals

    1796 Lieut Colonel Archibald Macarthur 1790 John Macgowan 1777 2 var George Mackintosh Glasgow 1791 Humphry Ewing Maclae of Cathkin 1795 f i860 Margaret Ewing Maclae 1791 J f 1815 2 var Walter Ewing Maclae 1791 J 1814 2 var John Mair Glasgow 1797 j 1824 Margaret Mair 1797 Edmund Malone Israel Manduit William I st Earl of mansfield Chief Justice 1779 J 1793 4 var Marie Antoinette Queen of France J 1 793 Marie Feodorowna Empress of Russia J 1828 modelled by herself 2 var George Spencer y A Duke of Marlborough K G j 1817 William Martin 1796 Andrew Marvell poet and patriot j 1678 Lieut General Eyre Massey f 1804 signed T Paul Henry Maty author y 1789 Allan Macono


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 6 [T-Z] (pg. 430)

    /1916 Medals

    ord Amherst Sir Joseph Banks Mrs Barbauld T O Bergman A K Boerhaave Earl of Chatham Sir William Chambers Queen Charlotte Captain Cook Dr Erasmus Darwin Duchess of Devonshire General G A Eliott Dr J Fothergill David Garrick George III Sir W Hamilton Warren Hastings Sir F W Herschel Admiral Viscount Hood Dr Samuel Johnson E Kaempfer Admiral Viscount Keppel Earl mansfield Sir Isaac Newton Lord North Hon William Pitt Queen of Portugal Sir Joshua Reynolds Marquis of Rockingham Mrs Siddons Dr C Solander and the King of Sweden By Wedgwood is also a Portrait medallion of Dr O W Holmes of Boston A J N 1572 Boston Coll In the Catalogue of the Arthur Sanderson collection of Wedgwood 1901 Rathbone describes the following Portrait medallions


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    Recollections of a newspaperman; a record of life and events in California (pg. 261)

    /1917

    Legislative Experiences and Farm Life When we decided to go early to Sacramento we con cluded our stay would be so long that it would be better for us to keep house than to board We rented a fur nished house quite near the Capitol building from a Mrs mansfield a widow whose husband had been State Con troller It gave us a very pleasant and comfortable situa tion In the organization of the House committees I was given a position on the Committee of Ways and Means and made chairman of the Fish and Game Committee It was soon made apparent after the Legislature began its work by the influence being brought to bear upon the members that every possi


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    Civil War Tokens and Tradesman's Store Cards: a tentative list of the Civil War tokens, and store cards issued by the merchants of the United States, and used as money during the period from 1861 to 1864 (pg. 455)

    /1924

    OHIO Continued mansfield Continued NUMBER OBVERSE REVERSE METAL EDGE 8570 same 645 Br PI 8571 same same N PI 8572 8573 Marion 8574 A E Griffin dentist above IJVlar ion Ohio below plate of teeth in centre 422 C PI 8575 same 425 c PI 8576 Martinsburg 8577 A W H Barnes dry goods Martinsburg Ohio 442 c PI 8578 same same Br PI 8579 M N Dayton above Martinsburg Ohio below mortar and pestle in Dealer in dru


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    Civil War Tokens and Tradesman's Store Cards: a tentative list of the Civil War tokens, and store cards issued by the merchants of the United States, and used as money during the period from 1861 to 1864 (pg. 570)

    /1924

    Eisenlord Wm Detroit Michigan Eliel L La Porte Indiana Elkins John Racine Wisconsin Elliot Hinshaw Lynn Indiana Elliot Swain Mechanicsburg Indiana Ellis C W Cincinnati Ohio Ellsworth Halsey Lacon Illinois Elwood I L De Kalb Illinois Emigraten Office Madison Wisconsin Emlinger F Racine Wisconsin Emmert W P Freeport Illinois Emrich Co Fremont Ohio Emswiler G P Co Richmond Indiana Endly H mansfield Ohio Eingel John Elizabethport New Jersey Engert V C Covington Kentuckey English J M Racine Wisconsin Epting Eaton Saganaw Citj Michigan Erhardt Raps Racine Wisconsin Erlenborn A Mendota Illinois Escherich A W Chicago Illinois Evans S C Kendallville Indiana Evans Allen Binghamton New York Evericks Barton Zanesville Ohio F Fairbanks Scriver Lawton Michigan Faller J Son La Porte Indiana


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    Civil War Tokens and Tradesman's Store Cards: a tentative list of the Civil War tokens, and store cards issued by the merchants of the United States, and used as money during the period from 1861 to 1864 (pg. 582)

    /1924

    arker Geo H Parker H S Co Parker R R Parson G Parson Barlow Patrick James Passage Ticket from London to cago Patterson C S Patterson I N Patterson N Pearce J Pearce Co Pearson Bro Pease C A Peck W G Peck D Co Peck Orvis Peck Pratt Peebles Pierce J W Perkin s Tea Store Pennoyer Larkin Pentz A C Perkins A T Perkins Wm Jr 0 Canton Ohio Cincinnati Ohio Chicago Illinois Cincinnati Ohio mansfield Ohio Plainfield Indiana Findlay Ohio Chicago Illinois Jefferson Wisconsin Madison Wisconsin Wilmington Ohio P Youngstown Ohio West Greenville Pennsylvania Milwaukee Wisconsin Morenci Michigan Oshkosh Wisconsin Lancaster Ohio Atlas Michigan Hudson Michigan Cincinnati Ohio Fontiac Michigan Niles Michigan Detroit Michigan Kalamazoo Michigan Indianapolis Indiana New York New York Appleton Wisconsin W


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    Laws Authorizing Issuance of Medals and Commemorative Coins (pg. 57)

    /1968

    nder Harry S Harding Medical Corps Lieutenant Commander Robert W Wim berly Medical Corps Lieutenant Commander Hillard L Weer Medical Corps Lieutenant Robert F Hickey Lieutenant Harvey R Bowes Lieutenant Buell F Brandt Lieutenant George H De Baun Lieutenant John M Brewster Lieutenant Curry E Eason Lieutenant Maxwell B Saben Lieutenant John F Gillon Lieutenant Colonel H mansfield Chaplain Corps Lieutenant Joseph O Saurette Lieutenant Robert H Smith Lieutenant Don ald R Tallman Lieutenant John Davi s r etired Lieutenant Walter L Bach Medical Corps Lieutenant Walter G Kilburv Medical Corps Lieutenant Hugh E Mouldin Dental Corps Lieutenant Junior Grade James H Taylor Lieutenant Junior Grade Frank E Latauzo Naval Reserve Lieutenant Junior Grade


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    Laws Authorizing Issuance of Medals and Commemorative Coins (pg. 75)

    /1968

    iam H Standley retired Captain Laurence N McNair Captain William D Puleston Cap tain John T G Stapler Captain Rufus F Zogbaum retired Cap tain Harry J Abbett Captain Archibald L Parsons CEC Captain Grear A Duncan CEC Captain Ernest R Gayler CEC Commander Wallace L Lind Lieutenant Commander Ben N Wyatt Lieutenant Commander Frederick S Holmes Lieutenant Brook S mansfield Lieutenant Junior Grade Robert R DeWolfe Captain Charles C Gill Captain Henry K Hewitt Captain Paul H Bastedo Captain Ross T Mclntire MC Lieutenant Paul W Hord and Lieutenant Augustus D Clark United States Army Major General Andrew Moses Colonel Charles Burnett Colonel Albert Gilmor Lieutenant Colonel John A Crane Lieutenant Colonel Henry B Cheadle Lieutenant Colonel C


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    The Commercial Vade Mecum: third edition, Extended & Improved (pg. 206)

    /1840

    176 Principal Cities Towns c l laee MarkilDji County Mail C Arrix c oacues Di pat i X Perpu liSl AFaiJstone TA Kent h m 3 30 f h m 10 0 a 34 15387 Maldon St Essex 7 0 f 8 0 a 37 3S31 Malmesbury S VriUs 9 30 f 5 0 a 96 2293 i lalpus Mon Chesli 165 5127 Manchester Tu Lane 6 0 a 7 35 f 1S2 270361 IVIauningtree Til Essex 60 1237 mansfield Th Notts 1 30 a 4 0 f 133 9 126 Mariizion Th Cornw _ 281 IMarch Fr Camb S3 5117 Margate 7C S Kent 7 0 f 6 SOa 71 10339 Market Bus worth JFed Leic 106 25S0 MarketDeeping Th Line 89 1091 IVIarket Har horough Tu Leic 6 0 f 8 45a 83 Market Rasin 1 It Line 6 0 a 5 0 f i 1 118 1423 jMarket AVeigh ton TFi d York 1 20 f 7 10 1P3 Marlborough S Marshfield Tu


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    The Commercial Vade Mecum: third edition, Extended & Improved (pg. 300)

    /1840

    2 0 Travelling RoirrEs miles total miles totnl Onkliam 6 96 Smallvrays 11 253 Melton Mow Bowes 8 263 bray 10 106 Brough 13 276 Nottini ham 19 125 Appleby 8 284 mansfield 14 139 Penrith 14 293 Chesterfield 12 151 High Hesket 10 303 Sheffield 12 163 Carlisle 8 316 Barnsley 14 177 Longtown 9 Wakefield IQ 187 Ecclefechan li 339 Leeds 9 196 Dinwoodie Harewood 8 204 Green 11 350 Harrogate S 212 Moffat 11 361 Ripon 11 223 Crawford 15 276 Royal Oak Douglas Mill Inn 10 233 Inn yt 3 3 Catterlck Hamilton 13 407 Bridge 11 2U Glasgow


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    Early history of money and banking in Missouri (pg. 62)

    /1906 [Numismatics Missouri]

    Owl Greek Bank Lebanon Miami Banking company Bank of New Philadelphia Bank of Steubenville Dayton Manuf acturing company Columbian Bank of New Lisbon Zanesville Canal and Manufacturing company Urbana Banking company Bank of Mountpleasant Western Reserve Bank Franklinton Bank of Columbus Private Bank of John H Pratt bo Farmers Bank of Smithfi eld Bank of New Lancaster Bank of mansfield Indiana Exchange Bank of Jeffersonville Virginia Charlestown Manufacturing and Exporting company Virginia Saline Bank of Winchester Ohio Bank at Wheeling Western Bank of Virginia at Parkersburg Monon gahalia Farmers company of Virginia at Morgantown Kentucky Kentucky Insurance company reported to have stopped payment The following notes of less amount than one dollar are cur


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    Refusing Its Own Coin, a protest against repudiating United States Coin--even trade dollars (pg. 29)

    /1884 [Numismatics Coins American Currency question]

    THE FALSE ACCOUNT 27 TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of the Secretary Washington D C September 3 1878 0 H Booth Esq mansfield Ohio Sir I hasten to fulfil the promise I made you that upon my return to the Department I would write you fully concerning the issue of the trade dollar and the present depreciation in its value The coinage of this dollar was authorized by the coinage act of February 12 1873 in words as fol lows That any owner of silver bullion may deposit the same at any mint to be formed into


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    Guide to the Numismatic Collection of the Mint of the United States at Philadelphia, Pa. (pg. 61)

    /1913 [Numismatics Coins American Medals]

    right Rev An eagle perched on trophy of military arms The Prussian gold ducat while also struck by Frederick I gets its name Friedrichsd Or from Frederick II 646 AR Reichsthaler 1750 Bust to right Eagle perched on a trophy of arms 670 AR Thaler 1832 of Frederick Wilhelm III 1797 1840 Obv Head to right Rev SEGEN DES MANSFELDER BERGBAUES Ausbeutethaler from silver from mansfield mines 674 AR Doppelvereinsthaler 3 Gulden 1840 Bust to right Shield of arms within ennine mantle surmounted by a crown 689 AR Kronungsthaler 1861 commemorating the coronation of Wilhelm I and Augusta Obv WILHELM KOENIG AUGUSTA KOENIGIN V PREUSSEN their crowned busts jugate to right Rev SUUM CUIQUE KROENUNGS THALER 1861 eagle and crowned W s and A s placed on the lines of a


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    Currency and banking in the province of the Massachusetts-Bay (vol. 1) (pg. 452)

    /1901 [Money Money Banks and banking]

    n of which would have destroyed the trade of the New England colonies with the West Indies were of little consequence so long as such assertions were mere words and such acts were not enforced This was perhaps not fully appreciated in England It was known that the laws were on the statute books but the extent to which they were ig nored in the colonies was not generally comprehended I ord mansfield rehearsing in parliament the evidences of the dependent condition of the colonies unconsciously betrayed the utterly incorrect opinion regarding the rela tionship between such dependencies and the parent gov ernment which then prevailed The navigation act he The regulations lately made concerning the colonies and the taxes imposed upon them considered London 1765 attributed to Geor


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    Currency and banking in the province of the Massachusetts-Bay (vol. 1) (pg. 513)

    /1901 [Money Money Banks and banking]

    es 13 McCall Captain Hugh his History of Georgia mentioned 435 435 n McCord David J one of the editors of S C statutes at large 430 n Macfarlane C W his Pennsylvania paper currency 429 Magens Nicholas sells silver 437 Magnalia christi americana or The ecclesiastical history of New Eng land etc by Cotton Mather cited 16 n 17 n 266 n 267 n Maine mentioned 63 n mansfield Earl of See William Mur ray Marine Insurance on silver and cop per shipment 238 241 paid 438 439 Marlboro Duke of mentioned 58 Maryland return of currency 253 mentioned 431 431 n Massachusettensis See Novanglus and Massachusettensis Massachusetts Archives Cited 5 n 9 n 12 n 15 n 19 n 25 n 29 n 30 n 31 u 34 mentioned 38 n cited 1030 112 n 139 n 140 n


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    Currency and banking in the province of the Massachusetts-Bay (vol. 1) (pg. 518)

    /1901 [Money Money Banks and banking]

    w against export 1654 29 1697 32 99 proposed law 99 act for ascertaining value 175 Money the sinews of trade etc etc 1733 Rhode Island emission at tacked 149 cited 149 n 332 n Montague John Captain In com mand of Mermaid 239 is prom ised a present by agents 239 men tioned 437 Mors Nat Renders bill for en graving plate 284 n Murray William Hon Lord mansfield Solicitor General Is of opinion that BoUan s power is not satisfactor 224 his incorrect opinions as to depencency of colo nies 398 399 Narrative and critical history of America Mentioned i 421 421 n New England i 6 11 7 7 n ion 11 16 n 20 n 22 n 23 n 26 n 27 29 31 n 32 33 34 35 36 37 37 3 38 n 39 40 41 42 43 44 57 59 65 n 68 n 6911 86 n 90 n


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