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    The Numismatic Review and Coin Galleries Fixed Price List (pg. 52)

    /1966 Numismatics Periodicals

    Stock Price B820 Anne Pattern Farthing 1713 in silver Obv Bust and title ANNA AUGUS TA Rv Figure in chariot and PA MISSA etc Thin flan peck 763 Nice Very Fine Rare PLATE 50 00 B821 George I Half Penny 1720 Type 2 Fine to Very Fine 6 50 B822 Half Penny 1723 Type as above Fine to Very Fine 4 00 B823 Farthing 1719 Type 2 Small lettering on Obv A nice Fine 3 50 B824 Farthing 1721 No stop after date Uncirculated but hair on obverse not struck up Partly red 27 50 B825 Farthing 1724 A nice Fine to Very Fine 5 00 B82


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 219)

    /1964 Numismatics Periodicals

    AM 0 WELLS 1941 CUTHBERT A WHITTON 1944 Not awarded 1947 R CYRIL LOCKETT J P F S A 1950 CHRISTOPHER E BLUNT O B E F S A 1953 DEREK F ALLEN B A F S A 1956 F ELMORE JONES 1959 R H M DOLLEY B A F S A 1962 HORACE H KING M A For Officers and Council for 1964 see Vol XXXII page 227 At an Ordinary Meeting held at the Warburg Institute on Tuesday 28 January Mr C Wilson peck President in the chair Mi Evans C Goodling and Mr Victor H Lindlahr were elected to Ordinary Membership Mr M E Millichamp was elected to J unior Membership The President told Members about the decision of Council to invite Mr Dolley to become the Corresponding Member of the Society for Ireland and to join the Editorial Committee Mr Philip Grierson read a paper entitled Some As


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 220)

    /1964 Numismatics Periodicals

    5 At an Ordinary Meeting held at the Warburg Institute on Tuesday 23 June Mr H King Vice President in the chair Mr M E Freehill was elected to Ordinary Membership Mr Lyon read a paper entitled A Mysterious Mint in East Anglia Mr D Sealy read a paper on the Guernsey 8 doubles piece of 1864 At an Ordinary Meeting held at the Warburg Institute on Tuesday 22 September Mr C Wilson peck President in the chair Mr Jan Gajl was elected to Ordinary Membership Mr J D Brand read a paper entitled Some Short Cross Problems At an Ordinary Meeting held at the Warburg Institute on Tuesday 27 October Mr C Wilson Peck President in the chair Mr Albert A Kunigisky Mr Marvin Lessen Mr Herman Ray Loper Dr T Lippin and Mrs D E Stewart were elected to Ordinary Member


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 248)

    /1967 Numismatics Periodicals

    OBITUARY CHARLES WILSON peck F S A F P S On 24 April 1968 after a brief illness Charles Wilson Peck died in hospital at Tooting He had been a member of the British Numismatic Society since 1947 and was its President from 1964 until 1966 Few if any of the members have made so fundamen tal a contribution to our knowledge and more es pecially understanding of one major series and his English Copper Tin and Bronze Coi


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 249)

    /1967 Numismatics Periodicals

    coveted silver medal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain It was a triumph without precedent being the first time that the award had gone to one trained wholly in voluntary hospital service and the achievement was the more remarkable when we consider that he was still only twenty four years of age and was compet ing against the cream of the great teaching hospitals On 23 June 1928 peck was appointed Phar maceutist to St Thomas s Hospital and Lecturer in Pharmacy and Materia Medica in the hospital s medical school It was the first time that one so young had been appointed to the position and he held it with distinction and real devotion until his retirement on 31 March 1963 It will be seen then that numismatics a very early love was only one facet of an extremely activ


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine (pg. 571)

    /1908 Numismatics Periodicals

    day into the words her mother taught her and she made no effort to think or feel beyond them When she laid her down to sleep she prayed the Lord her soul to keep and that was the end of the matter It could not be said that her fear of death was extinguished but that it was superseded by something which she felt more keenly the conscious effort to re move it by a newly attained facuHy Miss peck s experienced eyes observed her patient with a studious perplexity Sarah Peck perceived that she had to deal with something which was not taught in the hospitals She wondered if the omission were in the surgical line Has the carrier come Yes And gone Oh yes No letter to day You had one yesterday I know I had reasons something especial Is the door open Oh ye


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine (pg. 575)

    /1908 Numismatics Periodicals

    510 HARPER S MONTHLY MAGAZINE She ain t fit to judge God help her I don t s pose God has much to do with it she added with the natural mate rialism of her profession It s husbands are the Almighty most cases as far as I can see Sarah peck came back with her beef tea You ve been telephoning said Mrs Glessner I know it as well as if I had heard you Well yes said Sarah Peck I did I telephoned to my gentleman friend I had something important to say to him and I thought you wouldn t mind I didn t know you had a gentleman friend observed the patient witli a spark of feminine wickedness He never came here t


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 312)

    /2007 Numismatics Periodicals

    learly be seen superimposed on top of the newly cut figures in particular the 8 and the 0 in addition to the sideways displacement PL 7 12 One would assume that this repeated punching filling and recutting must have some last ing effect on die detail and so it may well be possible to establish a pattern for early and later restrikes given enough examples to work with in the same way that peck was able to attrib ute the Soho pieces to either the early or late period As the Baldwin piece clearly post dates Nicholson 306 in not showing any trace of the original figure 6 from the KH37 die and as the author does not have access to huge numbers of Taylor 1807 restrike halfpennies its posi tion in the sequence of dies must be left for others to determine The lack of proof fields on bot


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 78] (pg. 711)

    /1909

    making the designers and builders of safes are keeping well ahead of tlie cute safe robber A Traveler HOW A BURRO KICKED FORTUNE INTO THE LAPS OF TWO MINERS I N September 1885 N S Kellogg a lean old prospector scrambled into Murray Idaho following his grub burro which was laden with some samples of iron galena ore he had picked up in the mountains Kellogg came to report to Cooper peck who had grub staked him for the prospecting tour The local ex pert made a critical examination of the ore and pronounced it worthless Cooper Peck were tired of putting up the grub for a prospector who had such bad judg ment so they dissolved the partnership Kellogg with the eternal optimism of the miner declined to accept the judgment of the assayer on the ore he had discovered and s


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society (pg. 318)

    /2008 Numismatics Periodicals

    1 78 pp illus This work has the misleading appearance of a maga zine with floppy covers and text lines too wide for the size of typeface Yet its solid contribution would have justified appearance in a series of hardcover monographs Its main contents are a history of the patent catalogues of the types and documentary appendices The patent holders are clearly set out correcting peck s confusion over the two lords Harington It is strange to see references to Maltravers junior when the title was not hereditary and Thomas Howard who held the title 1646 52 is better known as the lunatic Duke of Norfolk He does not have an entry in the ODNB although he is mentioned in the entry for his father Henry Frederick Howard who was Lord Maltravers 1624 40 G E C ix 625 6


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    Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin: April 1982 (pg. 12)

    4/1/1982 Numismatic Periodicals

    cating that they may have been produced in relatively large numbers possibly over several years It is therefore not inconceivable that the pattern halfpenny was struck as a companion piece to one of the later issues of pattern farthings thus accounting for the absence of a date on the obverse These facts appear to date the pattern halfpenny to some where between 1666 and 1670 References 51 peck pp 88 103 52 Peck p 20 53 Peck Appendix 8 54 Snelling p 36 55 Peck p 110 56 Davies R Coin Monthly June 1968 pp 86 7 57 Peck p 111 BRITAIN S NEW COINS Design and production details of the much vaunted new 20 pence and one pound coins have now been released by the Royal Mint While allowing a certain novelty in the treatment of the 20 pence incuse rim lettering has n


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    Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin: August 1982 (pg. 16)

    8/1/1982 Numismatic Periodicals

    regard to design ideas were generated by another great thinker of the time namely Swift but unfortunately these were never used for any currency issue However the use of these enterprising ideas combined with the practical ability of Newton served to produce some of the finest coins of the entire halfpenny series 67 Hocking op cit 74 Craig Sir J Newton at the Mint Cambridge 68 peck p 158 1946 69 Snelling p 39 75 Peck pp 608 10 70 Peck p 157 76 Peck p 178 71 Ruding p 34 vol 2 77 Ruding p 64 vol 2 72 Snelling p 40 78 Snelling p 42 73 Snelling p 41 79 Peck pp 180 2 i to be continued AL MU TAZZ BI LLAH THE CALIPH MADE ILLUSTRIOUS BY ALLAH M R BROOME The publication of a unique gold dinar from Damascus of AH 251 AD865 6


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    Coin World [07/20/1966] (pg. 16)

    7/20/1966

    dent Red and brown Unc 1150 1858 EF 4 50 1859 AU 8 00 VICTORIA YOUNG HEAD BRONZE TYPE 1860 1894 1860 Proof curiously DOUBLE STRUCK with all legends sharply doubled and ap pearing twice Proqfs usually represent the ultimate in coining care This ob viously is a glaring exception Unusual to say the least 250 00 1860 With initials L C W for Leonard Charles Wyon below foot Ex C W peck Col lection An outstanding sleeper only specimen we have offered in recent years Beautiful Brilliant Uncirculated 350 00 1860 Toothed beaded penny Peck No 1628 Extremely rare transitional issue THE ONLY SPECIMEN WE HAVE EVER SEEN of this rarity Sharp Fine 450 00 1860 Beaded border Beautiful Proof but with hairline obverse scratch 60 00 1862 Brown Unc 9 00 Red and brown Unc 12 50


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    Coin World [12/08/1971] (pg. 37)

    12/8/1971

    AU 45 00 1930 A 3 Mark Y 72 BU 32 50 1931 A 3 Mark Y 48 BU Rare in this grade 295 00 1932 G 3 Mark Y 76 Lt Rub and Handling Unc 95 00 1929 D 5 Mark D 972 Y 70 Graf Zepplin AU 100 00 1932 D 5 Mark D 966 Y 49 AU 38 00 Undated 30 Opferpfennige Heil Hitler Coin Bronze Portrait of Hitler BU for 35 00 GREAT BRITAIN 1844 V 2 Farthing Y 2 BU 7 00 1665 Pattern Farthing Silver peck 414 EF 95 00 1797 Quarter Penny George III Proof Pattern 75 00 1799 Farthing Cr 16 Toned Unc 18 50 1881 H Farthing Y 16 BU 12 00 1790 Vz Penny Peck 953 Pattern Proof for 90 00 1790 V 2 Penny Peck 949 Pattern Proof for 90 00 1797 V 2 Penny Peck 1153 Pattern Proof for 80 00 1853 1 2 Penny Y 2 EF 9 00 1854 1 2 Penny Y 2 BU 30 00 1937 1 2 Penny Y 83 Br Proof 10 00 1797 Penny


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    Coin World [06/24/1964] (pg. 7)

    6/24/1964

    t Vlock This monograph lists and prices over 400 colonial varieties and is invaluable to the serious collector of the series 2 00 post paid MARK NEWBY ISSUES 1678 Farthing VG 35 00 Fine 45 00 VF _ 120 00 ROSA AMERICANA ISSUES 1722 UTILE DULCI Penny Pleas ing EF a first class coin 72 50 WOOD S HIBERNIA COINAGE 1723 Farthing G 5 00 VG 8 50 Fine 12 00 VF 16 00 AU Ex C W peck London England collection 65 00 1722 Halfpenny Harp left Gor geous russet brown AU Ex C W Peck coll 85 00 1722 Harp right Fine 25 00 1723 2 Halfpenny Overdate VG 9 75 Fine 19 00 Chocolate brown EF Ex C W Peck coll Desirable 55 00 1723 Halfpenny VG 5 00 Fine 9 00 VF 12 50 AU Ex C W Peck eolIJ 47 50 1724 Halfpenny G 6 00 VG 8 50 Fine 15 00 VF 20 00 VOCE PO


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    Coin World [03/21/1994] (pg. 43)

    3/21/1994

    serial number in place of the suffix letter on Federal Re serve notes You have a 5 Series 1988 Federal Reserve note The serial number of the imperfect note was not used again in the same numbering sequence Readers respond to Readers Ask Several readers responded to our request for more information about a token sent in by a reader and discussed in the Readers Ask in the Feb 21 issue The peck and Keidel 12 5 cent token is from Bluff Alaska as noted in the February 1983 issue of our newsletter Alaskan Token Collector Polar Nu mismatist The article reads Bluff City was started in the sum mer of 1900 The whole Seward Penin sula was much prospected after gold was discovered at Nome in 1899 Bluff City lies approximately 60 miles south east of Nome between Solomon and Golovin


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    Coin World [10/05/1966] (pg. 7)

    10/5/1966

    the rare for a mint error collector a mint error in splendid Proof condition The only specimen we have seen 250 00 1860 With initials L C W for en graver Leonard Charles Wyon below foot One of the rarest varieties of this type and one of the greatest sleepers among Victorian issues Lovely Uncirculated the only specimen we have ever owned in this superb grade From the C Wil son peck Collection via Spink Son Ltd An outstanding oppor tunity for the specialist 350 00 1860 Transitional issue Peck 1628 With toothed obverse and bead ed reverse Sharp Fine Noted as EXCESSIVELY RARE in C Wilson Peck s authorative Eng lish Copper Tin and Bronze Coins The first specimen we have had the privilege of offer ing for sale 450 00 Note The listing of English pennies in thi


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    Coin World [05/11/1966] (pg. 8)

    5/11/1966

    Red and brown Uncirculated Ij j 1858 EF 4 50 AU 6 00 VICTORIA YOUNG HEAD BRONZE TYPE 1860 1894 1860 Proof curiously DOUBLE STRUCK with all legends sharply doubled and ap pearing twice Proofs usually represent the ultimate in coining care This ob viously is a glaring exception Unusual to say the least 250 00 1860 With initials L C W for Leonard Charles Wyon below foot Ex C W peck Col lection An outstanding sleeper only specimen we have offered in recent years Beautiful Brilliant Uncirculated 350 00 1860 Toothed beaded penny Peck No 1628 Extremely rare transitional issue THE ONLY SPECIMEN WE HAVE EVER SEEN of this rarity Sharp Fine 450 00 1861 No signature Brilliant Uncirculated 18 00 1862 Red and brown Unc 12 50 Brilliant Uncirculated 1800 1863 VF 2 50


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    Coin World [03/05/1986] (pg. 45)

    3/5/1986

    5 00 73 Demetrios II 1st Reign 145 14 B C Tetradrachm 145 4 B C Year 168 Sidon Diademed head Eagle Houghton 717 Partial dark palinalion EF 500 00 WORLD CROWNS AND MINORS ENGLAND AND GREAT BRITAIN 121 Halfpenny 1772 S 3774 Lustrous Chocolate Unc 150 00 122 Farthing 1774 S 3775 Party Red Unc _140 00 123 Penny 1806 S 3780 Mostly Red Unc 175 00 124 Pattern Halfpenny 1790 peck 948 Bronzed Proof 250 00 125 Halfpenny 1806 S 3781 Bronzed Proof 225 00 126 Halfcrown 1817 S 3788 Unc 200 00 127 Halfcrown 1819 S 3789 NiceEF 150 00 128 Shilling 1816 S 3790 Brilliant Unc 100 00 129 William IV 1830 7 Halfcrown 1836 S 3834 EF AU 225 00 130 Shilling 1834 S 3835 AU 200 00 131 Queen Victoria 1837 1901 Crown 1847 Gothic type S 3883 V


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    Coin World [09/29/1965] (pg. 86)

    9/29/1965

    COIN WORLD Wednesdoy September 29 1965 Poge Eighty Six Chase Money Museum Names peck As Assistant Curator Philip C Peck a New York numismatist has been appoint ed assistant curator of the Chase Manhattan Bank s Money Muse um at Rockefeller Center it was announced recently by a bank official Peck a graduate of Prince ton University brings broad ex perience to the position having been associated with Royal Athena Galleries dealers in an cient coins and art objects a


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    The Commemorative Trail: Vol. 23, No. 1 of 3 (pg. 28)

    /2006 Numismatics; Periodicals

    on the way out and an entirelv new material for cases the predecessor of modem plasties had appeared c ifypeA and The photo cases carried by Civil War sol diers usually contained not daguerreotypes but ambrotvpes or tintypes Ambrotvpes were glass negatives backed by black paper or film In 1852 the first thermoplastic photo cases were produced probably in New Haven Connecticut by Samuel peck and Halvor Halvorson Not far away in Florence Massachusetts Wired P Critchlow also claimed to have originated the process However it was Peck who coined the term Union Case possibly referring to the union of materials shellac and sawdust which under heat and pressure could be molded into intricate designs Both Peck s and Critchlow s companies were among the largest producers of


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    Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin: June 1968 (pg. 22)

    6/1/1968 Numismatic Periodicals

    al coins but this will not affect its ability to handle future export orders as most of the decimal coins will be struck at the branch mint now being built in South Wales Work will soon start for example on a very large export order from Venezuela for 230m coins The total Royal Mint production in 1967 was 1 366m coins compared with the record total of 1 400m in 1966 OBITUARIES C Wilson peck With the death of Charles Wilson Peck we have lost not only a great numismatist but a great man Mr Peck s wide scientific and cultural gifts made his famous book on British copper more than a catalogue and it was rightly nicknamed The Bible of the Copper Coinage While his copper collection was still complete I was privi leged to examine it during several visits to his home It was an unforge


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    The Numismatist, April 1970 (pg. 35)

    4/1/1970 ANA Numismatist

    67 is 1 Dollar Token in White Metal 67V2 is 1 Dollar Token in Copper Curto writes in his article G W Felt Wright 310 Operat ing the Cheyenne River agency at the mouth of the Bad River in 1885 in Dakota also listed in 1885 as a mem ber of Felt and Jordan C R operat ing the Rosebud Agency in Dakota This well executed piece as well as the Durfee and peck piece stands out in the writer s mind because while inspecting the Scoville collec tion of single specimens these were discussed at length with their curator E H Davis Based on the die the writer feels that this specimen was cut by Wumer who worked for Sco ville in the 1880s Curto 68 50c token is similar to 66 except in size 31mm or 1 6 inch brass Curto 68 V 2 50c similar to


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    The Numismatist, April 1974 (pg. 180)

    4/1/1974 ANA Numismatist

    TOM S COINS No 20705 1124 E Morse Blvd Tom McAfee 305 647 8338 No 150 Winter Park Fla 32789 GREAT BRITAIN Alfred the Great 871 99 AR penny Canterbury S 596 North 638 ETHELSTAN moneyer Choice VF with trace of weakness 495 00 Cnut 880 890 AR penny York mint S 528 North 497 Well Struck and exceptional XF 195 00 Patterns of George III Halfpenny 1788 Gilt copper by Droz peck 940 Beautiful copper golden color near FDC but a bit mishandled 70 00 Cartwheel penny 1797 Peck 1109 Close to perfect tarnish trace on reverse Full lustre FDC 160 00 Cartwheel halfpenny 1797 Peck 1158A ER Choice and beautiful FDC Slight flaws 140 00 Cartwheel halfpenny 1797 Peck 1153 VS Near FDC minute flaws mostly from die Full lustre 115 00 Halfpenny 1799 Gilt bro


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    The Numismatist, October 1985 (pg. 79)

    10/1/1985 ANA Numismatist

    Youngster s Numismatic Dream Comes True For Jerry peck being 12 years old isn t as much fun as it ought to be He can t run and play with the other children in his hometown of Kalkaska Michigan nor can he attend school regularly Jerry has acute lymphocytic leukemia The treatment for this disease is un pleasant at best Since his diagnosis in 1980 extensive chemotherapy and high doses of radiation have destroyed Jerry s original bone marrow an


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    The Numismatist, October 1989 (pg. 107)

    10/1/1989 ANA Numismatist

    Many believe that the tokens attributed to James peck s Empire City Mine are as much a fantasy as the rumored Ghost of Peck House time A century after the opening of the hostelry eight decades after the death of James Peck a charlatan of the present concocted a series of tokens alleged to have come from James Peck s Empire The series comprises three denominations each in two metals six tokens in all Marked Col orado Geld on the rever


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    Equilibrium (pg. 94)

    /1987 Numismatics Periodicals Scales

    same size every week and vary the price accordingly If the local authorities agreed all bakers in that area went over from Assized bread to Priced bread The baker weighed out the same sizes every week to produce the peck loaf 17 lb 6 oz Avoirdupois the half peck 8 lb 11 oz the quartern loaf 4 lb 5 oz 8 drams and the half quartern 2 lb 2 oz 12 drams These curious weights came about because theoretically a one peck loaf was made from 1 peck of flour 2 gallons plus the yeast salt and water necessary to mix it As different flours absorb different amounts of water the resulting weight would in prac


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    The Philatelic West: 1918 (pg. 289)

    /1918 Numismatics Periodicals

    COLLECTORS WORLD 67 GREAT COLLECTION OF RAILROAD PASSES Some day when an exhaustive history of 1 railroading in the United States is written the chronicler of the days when the country was being bound with steel bands will turn to the book of railroad passes owned by T C peck general passenger agent of the Salt Lake route for information and in spiration If there be a more complete collection of transportation passes in ex istence it has never come to light especially in the west Mr Peck began his railroad career in the early seventies but the collection of passes does not go back further than 1887 That there is any collection at all is due to the wisdom of


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 498)

    1/1/1903 Numismatics; Periodicals

    stances and with the formless wordless calls of sailors at work ringing in his ears Captain Jackson sank back into unconsciousness When next he revived he was in his berth his wound was dressed and Bigpig Seldom Moccassey Tosser and Poopdeck were seated in the sacred precincts calmly watching him All wore revolvers and cartridge belts Standing up before them were Mr Brown and Sinful peck unrestrained of movement but evidentlv pris oners Hell Capt n said Bigpig serenely You ve come to again 1 see Now your ship s all right and heading her course for Here they turned Frisco e ve talked it over There s no sense in putting back to Shanghai or in touching at Honolulu as we thought we d do at first We d be hanged no doubt for piracy but we ll take our ch


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 867)

    7/1/1902 Numismatics; Periodicals

    re obeyed cheerfully and intelligently he for got the existence of the gun and when he received orders from the captain ignored the fact that they were mere suggestions such as the sailor might approve of as working for the general good That the sailor might rcfu se to obey or that the captain might not try to enforce an order was not within the scope of his code of etiiica Even Sinful peck s status was beyond the reach of this hide bound cn ed As third mate Sinful had been entitled to con sideration now disrated and before the juast with his enemies he w as a sailor to be treated ac cordingly So in this shipful of warring in terests centring only in a com mon wish to drive the vessel to San Francisco as soon as possi ble Mr Brown was most cer tainly foredoom ed to


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    Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin: November 1964 (pg. 18)

    11/1/1964 Numismatic Periodicals

    372 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR FROM THE PRESS ETC An Unrecorded 1877 Penny Readers of your Bulletin may be interested to hear of the discovery of a previously unrecorded variety of the 1877 Queen Victoria Bun penny Mr C Wilson peck has examined the coin and confirming it as a variety hitherto unknown expressed regret that it was discovered too late to be included in the new edition of his Catalogue of English Copper Tin and Bronze Coins in the British Museum which is now in the binding stage The coin has the normal obverse die Peck no 6 combined with reverse G instead of the reverse J which was previously thought


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 148 (pg. 22)

    4/1/2012

    devices and legends which do not display this kind of crude engraving work found on the Banana Nose and Baby Head counterfeits The most famous example is a 1771 piece that has the backwards problem on both obverse and reverse dies and has some of the letters placed into the die in such a way that they are reversed and or upside down from their neighboring letters This coin is known as peck Coin ZZ and was first illustrated in C Wilson Peck s English Copper Tin and Bronze coins in the British Museum Peck illustrated only a few different types of counterfeits on his plates in order to present the full spectrum of quality The illustrated pieces range from very well made and deceptive to very crude While there are stylistic similarities in the reversed por tions of Coin ZZ


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    Coin Collector's Journal, vol. 11 (pg. 13)

    1/1/1886

    also ground Nova Scotia Plas ter for sale 1834 Upon either side of a leaf to the right and left of Troy N Y a four pronged ornament Rev General Lafayette same as No 373 Size 18 copper No 404 Haskins Obv Same as last Rev Woodworth s Pat ent Planing Machine A planing machine Above Made by S B Sclienck below Attleboro Mass Size 18 copper No 405 peck Obv J C Peck Machinists Troy A four leaved flower Builders of Cotton and W r oolen Ma chinery Generally Rev Peck s Patent Tin Machines A tin bending machine in the field above which is a four leaved flower between two large and two small stars followed by in complete Setts Below Made at A small bust left between two large and t


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals (pg. 706)

    1/1/1883

    of the United States producing gold and silver Continued ARIZONA Continued Name of mine District County Name of mine District County Nero s Letter Mineral Hill Pinal Setting Sun Mineral Park Mohave Nil Desperandum Oro Blanco Pima Seventy Eight Cerbat Do North Point Oakland Tombstone do Cochise Do Seventy Six Shamrock Tip Top Greaterville Yavapai Pima Occident peck Yavapai Pinal Sidney Tombstone Cochise Yavapai Graham Pinal Ohio Pioneer iShelton Walker Old Guard Old Jennie Tombstone Ontario Cochise Mohave Shot Copper Silver Bell Ash I eak Pioneer Old Man Teviston Cochise Silver Belle Belle Air Do Old Still Oro Blanco Pima Silver Belt Tombstone Cochise Yavapai Cochise Pima Old Woman Te vi ston Cochise Do Big Bug Olie Go


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals (pg. 101)

    1/1/1883

    ccurs in the Territory The great richness of some recent discoveries in the Turkey Creek district is al most beyond belief Some of the richest and most productive copper mines of the Terri tory are situated in this county The conq letion of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad which passes through the center of the county has cre ated much activity in the development and equipment of mines peck district In the Peck mine a shaft has been sunk 400 feet and four levels aggregating 1 400 feet have been opened Hoisting works an air comx iessor and other machinery have recently been added and a fine 10 stamp mill with a roaster attached has been put up near the mine in which forty five men are emx loyed Eleven tons of ore from the Occident the x roperty of the Peck Company worke


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    N.O. W. News, August 1983 (pg. 16)

    8/1/1983

    Page 16 THE OUTSIDE VIEW By Gene Johnson WNWA On a recent visit to a central Wisconsin antique shop I was privledged to buy a Wisconsin Civil War token from Baraboo a common token issued by the firm of peck Sl Orvis What made the purchase unusual was a news paper clipping attatched to the sale a yellowed clipp ing dated May 20th 1959 from the Baraboo Republic Since information on Wiscon sin Civil War merchants is hard to come by will use the clipping in its entir ety Souvenir coin is 100 years or more old Thanks to Mrs Lawrence Faulkner we can tell you all about Peck and Orvis and t


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    The New Netherlands Numisma: 15th Mail Bid Sale (pg. 5)

    11/1/1960 Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    vj of English minor coins including patterns and proofs While it is note worthy that Mr peck spent eleven or twelve years compiling this book and that it lists some 2 556 pieces we were primarily impressed with how he did it English proofs and patterns a series loaded with restrikes and other chicanery have always been a subject of confusion but author Peck gives every die alteration and combination of dies It was in his handling of these series together with his magnificent pla


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    The Bank Note & Commercial Reporter, 10/1/1850 (pg. 3)

    10/1/1850

    to be engraved by the Eastern Bank Note Engr Oo Farmers AsRIech Bank Surh iu tan Jno Peek Pres C F Warner Cash 0 Beware of drafts of Mechanics Exchange Co New York on above bank they are frauds 3s let L pay to Chas Adams Aug 1 18 J7 3s let E Sep 8 18S7 pay U Nash T Hockley cash 33 let E pay D Cole Burhngton Dec 12 1837 C F Warner cash Jno peck pres Others J W eek 1 vcash Ss let L pay H Brown Dec 4 1837 C F Warner cash John Peck pres purports to be en graved by A B St C Durand VVright St Co Ap pearance bad 38 let D May 4 1337 Chs Henshaw pres H Brodhead cash Others F Hockley cash John Peck pres 59 let B vig figure 5 men and horses on each side 53 altered vig afemale caressing


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    Thompson's Bank Note and Commercial Reporter, 11/5/1853 (pg. 5)

    11/5/1853

    nur 01 Icrt and poorly dona fa let A Oct I8JT ay J Aeliogf P It Cemtn cash Ira 9qiith id grow Other data iJth August Ur lib e 1 P ft vig a ataaaeoat rail cart m the aft amt filling up and ntu ni in tba o ltudwritiug engraving good an agricultural picture 1 a roortuu V engraved uy the Eastern P k Noli Eng Co Ktarmer It Mechanic Bank Burlington Jno peck Prts C F Henwv Cos GT Beware of lr l of Mechanics Exchange Co New York on above bank they are Haui 3v let L pay 0 Chas Adam Aug l 1117 3s let K pay 1 Cole Hurliugvo Dec It 837 C F Warner cash Juo Peck pre ther J Weekly cash 3s let L pay H Brown Dec 4 1817 C P Varner cash John Peck prss Purports to b engraved by A B ft C Durand Wright ft Co


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 122 (pg. 45)

    4/1/2003

    ibbert and Weinreb London Encyclopedia 256 Aytoun Ellis The Penny Universities A History of the Coffee Houses London Seckerand Warburg 1 956 207 hereafter cited Ellis The Penny Universities The Elephant and Castle in London and Elephant Coffee House in Bristol are two of many famous name related establishments in seventeenth century England 71 Linecar British Coin Designs 68 72 peck English Coins in the British Museum 137 39 Steimie CNL 1482 Doty Studies on Money 91 92 73 Seaby British Coinage 125 Peck Engiish Coins in the British Museum 104 106 74 Peck Engiish Coins in the British Museum 138 75 George C Williamson Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England Wales and Ireland By Corporations Merchants Tradesmen Etc A New and Revised E


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 74 (pg. 65)

    9/1/1986

    The final point for emphasis was that there was no export restriction for copper thus explaining how English halfpence and farthings could be included in the Spanish specie shipment to Massachusetts in 1749 It is necessary to examine the cost of production of English coppers at the Royal Mint since this becomes an important issue in regard to the 1 Seaby English Coinage 63 66 67 73 74 peck British Museum 19 82 2 Seaby English Coinage 79 Craig London Mint 174 Peck British Museum 110 3 Craig London Mint xiii 174 175 4 Peck relates the present day farthing costs about a halfpenny to produce British Museum 106n 5 Peck British Museum 106 53


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    ANS Museum Notes, vols. 31-33 (pg. 752)

    /1986

    There were no categories or classifications of British style halfpence by other than denomination and date In volume 3 genuine and counterfeit British halfpence are described The following Table gives the number of listings of such pieces of certain dates to demonstrate the extent of the coverage and to compare it to the number of genuine varieties described in a modern compilation by C Wilson peck 12 and thus to show the extent of the inclusion of counterfeit pieces in Batty s listing This compilation includes only standard legend halfpence and does not include evasion halfpence with abnormal legends because Batty apparently relied upon James Atkins to publish that separate category of about 450 varieties 13 Atkins could not resist listing both a 1778 and a 1787 counterfeit British sty


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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 34, no. 1-4 (pg. 67)

    3/1/2000 Civil War Tokens

    WEST VIRGINIA 73 890D 4a R6 VF Dark reddish brown light soiling Obv light soiling Obv center slightly weak Tough State R C GRAVES 1322 WHEELING MB 35 00 WISCONSIN 74 45A 5a R5 XF Light reddish brown light soiling Rev rusty die small cud 1 o clock SMT peck ORVIS 1246 BARABOO MB 31 00 75 55A 1a R5 XF Reddish brown light soiling F KRUE GER 1 194 BEAVER DAM MB 47 00 76 70A 1a R8 XF Part red hand ling stains Rev slight mis aligned strike SMT SCM Peck PRATT 1 209 BELOIT MB 190 00 77 70A 1a R8 VF Dark brown soiling SMT SCM PECK PRATT 1209 BELOIT MB 175 00 78 70A 1a R8 VF Dark brown soiling Rev large din


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    Copperhead Courier: Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 12, no. 1-4 (pg. 100)

    3/1/1978 Civil War Tokens

    WM BINDER C PL EPTING EATON C PL EPTING EATON C PL 1 ALLEN SON C PL 1 ALLEN SON C PL 1 ALLEN SON C PL A W E BR PL A W E CN PL A W E WM PL A W E C PL A W E BR PL A W E CN PL A W E WM PL A W E BR PL similar but 24mm C PL F W ANDREWS C PL F W ANDREWS C PL F W ANDREWS BR PL F W ANDREWS CN PL F W ANDREWS C PL F W ANDREWS C PL F W ANDREWS A Merriam die in Minnesota C R D peck CO BR R D PECK CO Z R D PECK CO CN R D PECK CO C R WILLIAMSVILLE EXPRESS BR R BOGER KIMMEL BR R same over Lincoln C PL 1 BOGER BR PL 1 BOGER C R OSBORNE BRO C R OSBORNE BRO BR R OSBORNE BRO Z R OSBORNE BRO C R OSBORNE BRO C R OSBORNE BRO CN R OSBORNE BRO C R E L LEMERT BR R E L LEMERT C R E L LEMERT C R E L LEMERT CN R E L LEMERT REVERSE COMMENTS 1186 GLEASON H


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 5, No. 5(26) (pg. 36)

    9/15/1971

    e smallest deal noted was 3 for a pair of stays as a bid at an auction never wore em what the heck are they anyway Inasmuch as I did not want to convert the English system to the U S decimal system I have listed the prices of goods for the years 1800 1819 1 pound of sugar 1 gallon of molasses 27 20 quarts of milk 17 12 quarts corn meal 36 1 bushel potatoes 33 1 bushel turnips 27 1 peck of salt 49 1 2 peck of apples 8 9 pounds of beef 97 3 pounds of pork 97 1 peck crackers 39 1 gallon rum New England 69 1 gallon gin 1 38 1 gill whiskey 8 1 peck of rye dry 33 1 pound tobacco 13 1 Pig 1 33 1 cow 20 00 1 sheep 1 27 1 cow 2 oxen 69 00 1 fancy rocking chair 3 00 8 fancy walnut chairs 18 00 1 walnut bedstead 9 00 3 000 shingles 9 17 1 pair of shoes 1 60 Ae soling shoes


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 6, No. 2(29) (pg. 34)

    3/15/1972

    any who personally feel that such are in order Warren A Lapp Editor sic ADDITIONS TO THE EACC LIBRARY Cents of the United States Penny Whimsy The U S Cents of 1804 1814 Lardner Sale 84 lots of LC s Downing Sale ANA 52 American Half Cents Doughty 1934 reprint Sheldon 1965 reprint Clapp 1941 Mehl 81 Jun 1930 NN 38 Aug 1952 X PR RogerS Cohen Jr 1971 Jeff peck Jeff Peck Jeff Peck Jeff Peck John Wright Roger S Cohen Jr Books and catalogues 46 Contributors 12 Loans to date 1


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 85] (pg. 35)

    /1912

    his climate at any rate might be to hold the spring canvass in May instead of April Other improvements we will welcome Business getters must be adaptable At any rate the whole scheme is be fore you in all its details without res ervation or royalty entirely at the dis posal with our good wishes of any who will be so unprofessional as to make trial of it TAKING NO CHANCES EORGE H peck says the Pop ular Magazine takes no stock in frenzied finance neither does he be lieve in running unnecessary risks He is rich prudent and wise He was sit ting in his office one day when a young man full of optimism and ideas rushed in with this proposition Mr Peck if you will lend me 1 000 I know how we can make a lot of money The thing is a cinch and we can t lose It s lik


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    Admiral Dewey Store Cards and Related Items, Vol. 49, No. 4(2) (pg. 28)

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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 286)

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals

    hands away with a backward reach of her little arm Come Idella he said Idella only snuggled the closer Mrs Bolton came in with the little girl s wraps they were very common and poor and the thought of getting her something prettier went through Annie s mind At sight of Mrs Bolton the child turned from Annie to her older friend I m afraid you have a woman child for your daughter Mr peck said Annie remotely hurt at the little one s fickleness Neither Mr Peck nor Mrs Bolton smiled and with some vague intention of showing him that she could meet the poor on common ground by sharing their labors she knelt down and helped Mrs Bolton tie on and button on Idella s things VII Next morning the day broke clear after the long storm and Annie woke in revolt against the sort of s


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