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    Gobrecht Journal #92 (pg. 34)

    3/15/2005

    The Story of a Bogus 1878 CC Half Dollar by Bill Bugert Randy Wiley and I have been a Seated half dollar collecting team for decades and have studied bought sold and traded these coins for many years This is the story of a bogus 1878 CC half dollar that I purchased for further study in April 2000 This interesting story spans many years and involves several collectors and dealers The details as recounted to me by Randy Wiley are given below 1 In August 1 9


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    Gobrecht Journal Index, Issues #1-120 (pg. 44)

    /2014 Numismatics

    50 1865 S Mint Mark Varieties of San Francisco Half Dollars 1 7 1 1979 15 277 Wiley Randall E na 50 1865 P An 1865 Half With Doubled Date 2 3 1 1981 20 286 McCloskey John Yes 50 1865 S An Interesting 1865 S Half Dollar 2 3 1 1981 20 288 Lange David Yes 50 1865 P Letter to the Editor Comments on Previous Articles 2 7 1 1981 21 287 Lange David na 50 1865 P Kam s Korner 2 3 1 1982 23 25 Ahwash Kamal M na 50 1865 P Seated Half Dollar Drapery Die States 2 3 1 1982 23 224 Bug


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    Coin World [11/26/1986] (pg. 36)

    11/26/1986

    cas American Numismatic Society conference draws specialists The following completes coverage of the 1986 Coinage of the Americas Conference sponsored Nov 1 2 by the American Numismatic Society in New York Theme of the conference was early Ameri can silver coinage The first part of the conference was re ported in Coin World Nov 19 Page 1 Eric P Newman Ken Bressett John McCloskey Randall Wiley William Bugert By Rusty Geiger It has been nearly 25 years since Eric P Newman and Ken neth E Bressett published The Fantastic 1804 Dollar the histo ry of the king of coins So early American silver coin specialists were taking notes Nov 1 2 as the two authors spoke at The American Numismatic Society s Coinage of the Americas Conference in New York City Newman and Bressett s program provid


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    Coin World [04/18/2005] (pg. 90)

    4/18/2005

    rch over years confirms altered nature of 1878 CC 500 Research that took years to definitively determine that an 1878 CC Seated Liberty half dollar was actually an altered 1878 half dollar with an added CC Mint mask is chronicled by Bill Bugert in the March issue of the Gobrecht Journal the official publication f the Liberty Seated Collec tors Club Bugera co author with fellow collector Randy Wiley of the Complete Guide to Lib erty Seated Half Dollars explains the saga began when Wiley acquired an 1878 CC Seated Liberty half dollar in Very Good in August 1975 Two years later Wiley upgraded the piece with a Very Fine speci men and decided to part with the lower grade specimen Although interested and finally acquiring the VG coin collector Tom Darin initially questioned the coin s au


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    Gobrecht Journal #86 (pg. 16)

    3/15/2003

    2 Misplaced digit The base of a 1 protrudes from Liberty s hair to the left of the pole Type 1 reverse Discovered by Russell Prinzinger The discovery coin is the only one that I have seen Tentatively assigned variety nunnber WB 112 by Randy Wiley Extremely Rare 3 Center dot obverse No repunching on the date Type 2 reverse The center dot is very prominent Tentatively assigned variety number WB 1 1 3 by Randy Wiley Scarce 4 Transitional reverse Dies created from the same reverse hub used for 1 877 WB 101 Tentatively assigned variety number WB 1 14 by Randy Wiley Several different die marriages exist for this variety Common in


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    Gobrecht Journal #114 (pg. 5)

    7/15/2012

    Randall E Wiley LSCC Hall of Fame Inductee Class of 2011 I was born on August 13 1944 at Milford Memorial Hospital in Milford Delaware as the second of five children to Marion Emory Wiley and Dorothy Mildred Knox My given name was Randall Eugene Wiley Randall after my mother s father and brother and Eugene after my father s father and brother My siblings include older sister Connie 1942 younger sisters


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    Gobrecht Journal #40 (pg. 13)

    11/15/1987

    on Stack s 2 82 Ex Gibson Groves Stack s 11 74 Ex Stadiem Gardner Stack s 1965 Ex Empire Stack s 1957 3 UNC W1 Ex E A Carson Bowers Ruddy 6 76 Ex Cohen Kreisberg 6 64 1870 CC Condition Census from Louisiana Hoard 1 AU55 W4 Ex Bill Grayson 12 77 Current Owner Charlton Meyer Jr 2 AU55 W1 Cleaning hairlines some reverse porosity Ex Kreisberg 6 78 Current Owner Randall Wiley 3 AU50 W1 AU detail strange matt like surface with isolated areas which could be corrosion or mint damage to coin planchet Ex Kamal Ahwash 9 82 Current Owner Randall Wiley 4 XF45 W1 Ex Art Kagin 5 78 Probably Ex Kagin s Sale 5 77 Current Owner an LSCC member from Baltimore 5 XF45 W1 Ex Bill Grayson Leon Hendrickson Probably Ex Superior 8 75 Current Owner Randall Wiley 6


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    Gobrecht Journal Index, Issues #1-120 (pg. 43)

    /2014 Numismatics

    na 50 1860 S Seated Half Dollar Drapery Die States 2 3 1 1982 23 224 Bugert William B na 50 1860 0 The Transitional 1858 Half Dollar 2 3 1 1982 23 267 Lange David na 50 1860 P The Transitional 1858 Half Dollar 2 3 1 1982 23 267 Lange David na 50 1860 S The Transitional 1858 Half Dollar 2 3 1 1982 23 267 Lange David na 50 1860 P Some Comments on Previous Half Dollar Articles 2 7 1 1984 30 231 Wiley Randall E na 50 1860 S An 1860 S Half Dollar Die Variety 4 11 1 1991 52 459 Brill Paul Yes 50 1860 S The Final Eliasberg Sale 5 7 1 1997 69 na Briggs Larry na 50 1860 P An Unusual 1860 Half Dollar 5 11 1 1997 70 na Schaefer Dave Yes 50 1860 P Letter to the Editor Comments on a Previous Article on the 1860 Half a 5 3 1 1998 71 na Harrison Delmer na 50 1860 P Appreciation of Liberty Seated


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1846 (vol. 15) (pg. 649)

    7/1/1846 Economics

    622 The Book Trade 18 The French Revolution A History By Thomas Caklylm In 9 vols Paris 78 79 and 80 of Wiley Putnam s Library of Choice Reading 10 On Heroes Hero Worship and the Heroic in History Six Lectures Reported with Emtnda tions and Additions By Thomas Carlyle Wiley it Putnam s Library kc No C9 90 Sartor Resartus The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufclsdrockh In three Books Wiley k Putnam s Library of Choice Reading No 74 We have neither room or capacity to speak of Ca


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    Coin World [05/23/1994] (pg. 56)

    5/23/1994

    ters can be discerned The Washington portrait on STEPHEN CONNER found a 1993 P Washington quarter dollar with small triangular shaped im pression on the reverse resulting from a struck through error SYBIL PETERMANN sent in this 1961 Jefferson 5 cent coin with copper de bris embedded on the ob verse in the area of the word LIBERTY metallic DEBRIS REMAINS embedded in the surface of Daniel Wiley s 1990 American Eagle silver dollar The debris was embedded into the coin probably during striking the obverse is intact though a bit weak The design elements and field around the periphery espe cially on the left side of the ob verse are weak and indistinct due to the obscuring grease on that die Few coins struck through grease are as spectacular in ap pearance as Wachtel s coin Washi


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    Coin World [03/26/2012] (pg. 18)

    3/26/2012

    35 Prairieville Rolondo Stewart 22 Gonzales and Travis Budda Moore 19 Prairieville The coins have not yet been recovered Five Louisiana men have been arrested in connection with a Feb 18 home invasion in Gonzales La that resulted in the deaths of three people and the theft of a gold and silver coin collection valued at more than 500 000 according to Ascension Parish Sheriff Jeff Wiley Authorities are still searching for the missing coins which were kept in a safe that was taken during the home invasion The men were charged in connection with the 11 p m Feb 18 break in at the Gonzales residence of Robert Irwin Marchand 74 and his wife Shirley 72 Visiting from Cross Plains Tenn at the time of the home invasion was Shirley Marchand s son Douglas Dooley The Marchand


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    Coin World [06/09/2014] (pg. 48)

    6/9/2014

    the name or image of a coin or coin like item is served up as part of the name of the establishment One such example is located in Dayton Ohio the Wheat Penny Oven and Bar Wheat penny is the nickname of the Lincoln Wheat cent series issued from 1909 to 1958 The coin remains a favorite of collec tors and is a beloved good luck symbol for the family of restaurant owner and chef Elizabeth Wiley Wheat Penny Oven and Bar opened in 2013 as did its sis ter restaurant Meadowlark Res taurant both located in Dayton www wheatpennydayton com Wiley said her grandfather Bill Gray collected pennies She added As a kid I would look through his many blue coin books My mother Orinne Wiley loved the wheat penny and though she was not a collector per se she would always point them out


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    Gobrecht Journal #86 (pg. 10)

    3/15/2003

    1843 Randy Wiley deserves co credit for this section We have both spent a lot of time researching the varieties of this year Besides those listed here there are many interesting varieties of this year that have been struck from broken dies some advancing to the cud stage In fact if you enjoy studying coins struck from badly broken dies the 1 843 date is probably the bestforyou Randy and I hope to co autho


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    Gobrecht Journal #78 (pg. 36)

    7/15/2000

    A Study of 1876 Liberty Seated Half Dollars by J Russell Prinzlnger I began studying Liberty Seated lialf dollars several years before Randy Wiley and Bill Bugert published their comprehensive reference book on this series in 1 993 This new book identified many new varieties for the half dollar collector and gave us a better understanding of the wide range of varieties produced at the mint during the 1 9th century My studies have continued over the years and I have been able to locate over 90 of the varieties listed in the Wiley Bugert b


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    E-Gobrecht, Volume 12, Issue 5, Whole 136 (pg. 5)

    5/1/2016

    lector by Len Augsburger LSCC 1271 Flag Hoisting at the New Orleans Mint in 1862 The 1861 0 half dollar is perhaps the most popular of all Liberty Seated coins and rightfully so The piec es are plentiful due to a bountiful recovery from the SS Republic shipwreck and with the marketing of complete die marriage sets collectors have been ex posed to numerous varieties for the issue Randy Wiley s masterful work presented in Gobrecht Journals 94 and 97 associates each die marriage with its re spective coining authority The Guide Book identifies the CSA die crack as the diagnostic to identify the examples struck under the Confederacy but this is not precisely correct The CSA die crack for which a hefty premium is assigned runs from Liberty s nose to the rim and is easily ide


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 438)

    /1898 Numismatics Periodicals

    ut her mother had just died and Rachel needed a little time to breathe without any duty Bless her heart he said to himself Rachel sha n t have any more work to do for a while anyhow There was Annie Shields but she was as busy as she could be and on the whole no it was not that kind of inter ested sentimental bustling touch that this poor waif needed So he put the girl into Mrs Wiley s charge at Upper Chester and took the long stage ride twice a week to visit her and paid her board and begged baby clothing for her and watched over her in his queer kind dogmatic way He s awful fond of fussin the girl said wearily Mrs Wiley had always a string of com plaints ready for him Mary was such a dreadful liar She was that ungrateful Mrs Wiley had never seen the like


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 752)

    /1886 Numismatics Periodicals

    eites has run away with the Phlistians Rindy s pa goned an married to Polly Stubble field an sis Cynthy she goned an tuck up long o Wile The doctor in deference to Mrs Stub bleAeld who at that moment re entered repressed the laughter he would have ut tered Well Stubblefield he said this is no case to put a man like you just married flat of his back You got to divide with Wiley That s all right of course Don t doubt Mrs Stubblefield will say the same I ve said the same to him doctor and I begged hiu not to send for you Aha I knew it Stubblefield you ought to get down on your knees every day and thank God for such a wife Sh sher said the husband turning his head away Confound such a creature muttered Dr Lewis as composedly yet with a flush u


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    Coin World [08/14/2006] (pg. 10)

    8/14/2006

    offer singly and in sets salvaged 1861 O half dollars individually encap sulated by NGC That service has marked them on the sealed plas tic holders as coming from the Republic The holders also differ entiate the coins by die marriage and issuing authority the United States the state of Louisiana or the Confederate States of Ameri NGC IS SLABBING 1861 O Seated Liberty half dollars by Wiley die variety and issu ing authority Examples will be on view at the ANA show ca as determined by researcher Randy Wiley Wiley co author with Bill Bugert of The Complete Guide to Liberty Seated Half Dollars was commissioned by Odyssey to review its 1861 0 Seated Liberty half dollars He reported his find ings in a 26 page article in the November 2005 issue of The Gobrecht Journal publicat


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 139-141 (pg. 222)

    1/1/1958

    The Years J750 J755 107 February 1754 when his term had been served the Superior Court ordered that he be released if he paid the costs and an additional 4 1 6 for certain other charges Otherwise he was to be sold for a reasonable time to pay the costs and charges 7 Jacob Mace John Cogswell and Jacob Wiley On August 30 1753 Thomas Bacon Jr a grand juror complained to Henry Bowen J P against Jacob Mace blacksmith and transient person and two residents of Woodstock John Cogswell yeoman and Jacob Wiley trader All three had been passing counterfeit 4 Rhode Island bills of the emission of 1750 and were charged Mace with passing such a bill on August 20 to Pennel Bowen a hatter in Wood


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    The TNA News, January-Febrary 2011 (pg. 15)

    1/1/2011

    ecy Manhattan Coin Cluby gMycojfee hotmail com Below is a list of current books worth considering to check out from your local library or to even consider for purchasing for your personal library Books on Gold as an Investment Buy Gold Now How a Real Estate Bust Our Bulging National Debt and the Languising Dollar Will Push Gold to Record Highs by Shayne McGuire Hoboken NJ John Wiley Sons 2008 xi 224 p ill ISBN 9780470185859 18 75 The Golden Rule Safe Strategies of Sage Investors by Jim Gibbons Hoboken NUJ John Wiley Sons 2010 ISBN 9780470538753 18 45 The Goldwatcher Demystijying Gold Investinhg by John Katzs and Frank Holmes Hoboken NJ John Wiley Sons 2008 xviii 334 p ill ISBN 978047024262 17 57 Guide to Investing in Gold and Silve


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    Gobrecht Journal Index, Issues #1-120 (pg. 45)

    /2014 Numismatics

    50 1870 CC At the ANA San Diego 1983 2 11 1 1983 28 33 McCloskey John na 50 1870 CC Some Comments on Previous Half Dollar Articles 2 7 1 1984 30 231 Wiley Randall E na 50 1870 CC A Ne A Variety for the 1870 CC Half Dollar Discovered 2 3 1 1985 32 298 Statzer Duwayne Yes 50 1870 CC Historical Musings 2 7 1 1985 33 1 Hatfield Mel na 50 1870 CC At the ANA Baltimore 1985 3 11 1 1985 34 56 McCloskey John na 50 1870 S The Fabulous 1870 S Half Dime 3 11 1 1985 34 139 Bowers Q David na 50 1870 CC Liberty Seated Half Dollar Varieties The Challen


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1846 (vol. 14) (pg. 120)

    1/1/1846 Economics

    Tie Book Trade 107 6 71 Ram and ether Poems By Emak A Poe Library of American Books No VIII New York Wiley A Putnam This is the second volume of Mr Poe s productions that have appeared in Wiley Putnam s Ameri can Library The characteristics of his poetry are a quick subtle conception and a severe taste of what is harmonious in expression Exhibiting all the nervous impatient marks of true genius an unbridled playfulness of fancy it is while seemingly riding havoc in thought metre and harm


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1846 (vol. 14) (pg. 218)

    1/1/1846 Economics

    Thq Book Trade 205 12 TAe Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell By Thomas Carlyle In two volumes New York Wiley 5 Putnam s Library of Choice Reading A modest title truly for a great and extraordinary work in which it can be seen how materials such as speeches and letters old and dead like the dry bones of the prophets can be so arranged revivified and infused with life by the breath of genius and power as to form a living beautiful work Mr Carlyle lias not merely been an editor of these


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1846 (vol. 14) (pg. 314)

    1/1/1846 Economics

    The Booh Trade 301 10 A Defence of Capital Punishment By the Rev George B Cheever D D and an Essay on the Ground and Reason of Punishment with special reference to the Penalty of Death by Taylor Lewis Esq with an Appendix containing a Review of Burieigh on the Death Penalty New York Wiley Putnam We rejoice at the publication of this essay for we have uo fear for the final triumph of truth Our only regret is that so much learning should be devoted to sustain one of the lingering relics of an an tiquated barbarism that a professed member of the Gospel should be found arrayed in support of the gallows The life for life doctrine we are satisfied is unnecessary and entire


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine (pg. 216)

    /1918 Numismatics Periodicals



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    The Essay-Proof Journal (pg. 31)

    10/1/1957 Numismatics; Periodicals; Essays; Proofs

    The Essay Proof Journal No 56 221 IO 8 OE F Rejected Essay Harvey W Wiley DR HARvey WASHINGTON WILEY 50 YEARSvOF PURE FOOD AND DRUGS OR HARVEYW WILEY fC 50 YEARS Of PURE FOOD AND DRUGS UNITED STATES POSTAGE IO 8 OE G Rejeeted Essay Harvey W Wiley 1080E H Rejected Essay 1080E 1 Rejected Essay Harvey W AViley Harvey W AVMley 50TH ANNIVERSARY PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAWS I 50TH ANNIVERSARY PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAWS 1080E J Reiect d Essay Harvey W Wiley 108 E K


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    Coin World [04/12/2004] (pg. 101)

    4/12/2004

    e some say an appearance of a third letter closer in is from a punch that is the letter is triple punched while Breen contended this flat shelflike doubling occurred in striking and could vary or not show at all The pho to in the Breen book shows plainly the shearing of the more raised portion of the letter in the upper curve The size of the Mint mark also is signifi cant Randy Wiley and Bill Bugert in The Complete Guide to Liberty Seated Half Dollars identify numerous differences in S Mint marks from 1840 through 1878 These are generally no more than footnot ed if that in popular guides 1877 S half dollars come with either very small or micro S on Wiley and Bugert s scale The S on the reader s coin is very small Other sizes of S Mint marks shown in the Wiley


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    Coin World [08/27/1980] (pg. 76)

    8/27/1980

    the Osborne firm as he researched the Appalachian coal company script described the intricate power house ar rangement as comparable to the belt system of an old shoe repair shop The James Murdock Sr Co not only pioneered in marking devices for industry steel stamps stencils and metal trade checks of all kinds it also produced large quantities of Confederate tokens James Murdock Jr told Wiley Osborne a later owner they delivered the tokens just across the Ohio River to a Con federate agent in Covington Ky and they were paid for in gold The tokens were then transported to Richmond for dispersal When the senior Murdock died the name of the company was changed to Murdock Brothers and later to the Mur dock Stamp Specialty Co In 1920 the Osborne Register Company established


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    Coin World [03/10/2003] (pg. 22)

    3/10/2003

    sly had been authenticated as having been struck from the Open Bud reverse All of the known speci mens had been struck from a Closed Bud reverse That changed when coin dealer Frank M Zapushek Baker Nu mismatics Bloomington Ill identified a specimen Jan 22 that he had bought at auction recently When he realized what he had identified he sent photographs of the coin to specialist Randy Wiley co author with Bill Bugert of The Complete Guide to Liberty Seated Half Dollars Wiley con firmed the identification of the reverse from the photographs ANACS the grading and au thentication service in Dublin Ohio subsequently confirmed the reverse and graded the coin Proof 62 The label on the ANACS slab describes the coin as having a Type I Rev Michael Fahey senior authenti cator an


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    Coin World [12/14/2009] (pg. 68)

    12/14/2009

    ch Liberty sits while on others an errant digit rests among the dentils along the border of the coin The premium is dictated by how dramatic the repunching is and the number of known exam ples available to collectors Most examples known are strikes from the Philadelphia and New Orleans Mints All of the dies would have been made at the Philadelphia facility Single punches or logotypes Randy Wiley and Bill Bugert explain in their reference The Complete Guide to Liberty Seat ed Half Dollars that the digits in the date were formed by the use of separate single digit punches or a multi digit logotype Logotypes used for some Seated Liberty half dollars contained two three or even all four numerals in the date On the logotypes spacing between the digits in the date was equal to ensure un


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    Gobrecht Journal #114 (pg. 6)

    7/15/2012

    office in Milton Delaware and later worked as a tavern keeper in the coastal town of Lewis Delaware When James died in 1 800 his wife Nancy bought a small farm near the town of Laurel Delaware where she resided with two sons and three daughters One of her sons Samuel Wiley would continue my lineage via John Wesley Wiley and Marion Benjamin Wiley to my grandfather Everett Eugene Wiley Accordingly I am the 7th generation of Wiley men in this country The first 6 generations were all members of the Masons I am not sure why I did not become a member and sometimes I feel sorry that I broke the chain Early Collecting Activities I don t have many vivid memories of c


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    Gobrecht Journal #114 (pg. 31)

    7/15/2012

    s the two formed a lifelong friendship and numismatic partnership that has become part of numismatic history Randy readily admits to driving his good friend Bill Bugert crazy Randy would not publish anything until he knew everything 99 was not good enough For some numismatists far less was acceptable they would simply gloss over what they did not know or make guesses that was not for Randy Wiley Guess work was never a substitute for solid facts proved by comparative observation and definitive research through Mint records It was Randy Wiley who mapped out the fifteen different die marriages of the his toric 1 861 0 Liberty Seated half dollar determined their die marriage sequence and the issuing authorities United States State of Louisiana and Confederate States of America for


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    Gobrecht Journal #71 (pg. 18)

    3/15/1998

    and centered underthe crotch with the right edge of the mintmark over the right edge of the F The obverse of this variety is identified by a large lump on the leg just below the drapery at the elbow and by a series of die cracks that run through the last four stars on the right This reverse was pictured in Issue 68 of the journal on a coin reported by Garrison Arey Wiley reports an AU 50 example of this variety with its reverse rotated 64 CW He also reports that other examples of this variety exist with only minor rotation of the reverse 1849 0 7 F Variety The reverse of this variety is recognized by a weakness at the top of the first vertical stripe in the reverse shield The New Orleans mintmark is high in the field but far to the right of the crotch The mi


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 5] (pg. 188)

    /1851

    Miscellaneous 169 MISCELLANEOUS Counterfeit Plates Captain Wiley of the New York police arrested in June a young man of genteel address calling himself Jonas Fraser alias John C Bums alias Brown on the charge of causing a cpunterfeit bank plate to be engraved exhibiting nearly a facsimile of a 10 bill on the 44 Wisconsin Marine and Fire In surance Company situated at Milwaukie and causing one thousand copies of the same to be printed amounting


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    The Numismatist, January 1948 (pg. 122)

    1/1/1948 ANA Numismatist

    ign gold McLean U S gold Carpenter Confederate and U S currency Stephens Complete set of U S commemo rative halves Fortney Medals James U S types Tear Complete set of Buffalo nickels and Roosevelt stamps Gonzales French coins W T JAMES Secretary BALTIMORE COIN CLUB The regular meeting was held at the Peale Museum Nov 20 with 21 members and one guest present Plummer Wiley presiding Mr Sheckells reporting for the program committee stated that the second meeting in December we would have our Christmas party when refresh ments will be served For our program meet ing in January we will be honored with a lecture on Byzantine coins by Miss Sarah Elizabeth Freeman Curator of Fine Arts at the Johns Hopkins University Rev Arthur L Hunter of Halethorpe Md


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1845 (vol. 13) (pg. 307)

    7/1/1845 Economics

    nce at those most interesting periods which are connected with the lives of the Prince of Conde and Henry of Navarre we should judge the work worthy of being recommended as a fair and impartial history 9 Travels in JVortA America in the Years 1841 and 42 with Oeological Observations on the United States Canada and htova Scotia By Charlks Ltsll F R S Two volumes in one New York Wiley dc Putnam Two editions of this work have been published the first bound in a cheap style and the other in u neat library form with the addition of some well executed notes accompanying the geological de acriptions In the general views of onr society and institutions the author exhibits much fairness and impartiality and none of that captiousness and sneering which some have found fault


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1845 (vol. 13) (pg. 593)

    7/1/1845 Economics

    568 The Booh Trade ISL TAe Vtea r of Wak feld a T oU Bj Outbr CkiLDiiim M B libmry of ChoiM lUi B iiing No XXXIII New York Wiley Putnam To the criticisms upon this delightful tale identified as it is with the literature of the Englleh laa fuage by Mrs Barbauld Sir Walter Scott Washington Irving and Goethe which are prefixed by the editor James Prior author of the Life of Goldsmith we weul4refor all those who have not years ago perused its charming pages Speaking of SchlegePs idea that of all the roma


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1846 (vol. 14) (pg. 603)

    1/1/1846 Economics

    590 The Book Trade 16 Theological Essays Reprinted from the Princeton Review New York and London Wiley k Putnam This is an octavo volume of more than seven hundred pages handsomely printed and neatly bound in muslin The topics here discussed by some of the ablest pens in the Presbyterian denomination in the United States are considered by a large class of divines of great importance in theology They involve the questions agitated between what is technically termed the Evangelical scheme


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1846 (vol. 15) (pg. 232)

    7/1/1846 Economics

    ure published by this enter prising house 12 A Practical Treatise on Organic Diseases of the Uterus being the Prize Essay to which the Medical Society of Ijondon awarded the Fothergillian Gold Medal for 1843 By John W C Ll vkr M D Member of the Royal College of Physicians London etc etc Non quo sed quo modo 8vo pp 240 Newburgh N Y David L Proudfit New York Wiley At Putnam Dr Lever devoting himself with unwearied industry to that particular branch of the medical pro fession treated in this essay enjoyed rare advantages for acquiring great proficiency in the practice of midwifery The appointment which he filled at Guy s Hospital as assistant accoucheur for a series of years afforded him an opportunity of seeing no inconsiderable number of coses


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1846 (vol. 15) (pg. 345)

    7/1/1846 Economics

    332 The Booh Trade THE BOOK TRADE 1 Ecclesiastical Reminiscences of the United States By the Her Edward Waylen late Rector of Christ Church Rockville Maryland 8vo pp 501 New York Wiley it Putnam Mr Waylen the author of this work visited the United States in 1834 and these reminisccnsesare the result of eleven years residence here during which time he received Orders in the Protestant Episcopal Church and was rector of several churches in different sections of the country and pretty extensive traveller in other parts After taking orders in the Church here he returne


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine (pg. 748)

    /1886 Numismatics Periodicals

    er for proprie ties he reflected that he might make surer progress by hastening slowly Mrs Polly was not a person to harbor resentments Mr Pritchett was highly pleased with the reception the dinner to which he was invited to remain and everything else It was polite in Miss Stubblefield for half an hour or so after dinner to leave him and her cousin Polly together while she strolled with Wiley about the yard the horse lot the cow pen looking at the poultry the colt and the young calves Wiley was touched by the de portment of his cousin softer than its wont He did not doubt that it was meant to conciliate him toward Mr Pritchett the gracious reception of whose pronounced attentions he had seen So when that gentleman was taking his hand in a man ful way he expressed his ple


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine (pg. 205)

    /1918 Numismatics Periodicals



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    Harper's Monthly Magazine (pg. 206)

    /1918 Numismatics Periodicals

    THE CASE OF CAROLINDA 343 So spake Zarathustra said Sharp to his chiefs departing back Take this letter Miss Wiley and see what happens Tt is requested that arrange ments he dictated then he paused He had not been long in the service Should I say that or should I say I am instructed by the Chief of Ordnance to request he asked Miss Wiley had not been long in the service either but she replied deci sively The latter I think Lieutenant Sharp T am instructed by the Chief of Ordnance


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 271)

    7/1/1912 Numismatics; Periodicals

    I ll tend to him myself Any man any candi date for Governor or other office who has knowledge of the facts and supports Mr Taft gives us the right to say that he is not competent to pass upon honesty in public life This iB the Assassi nator of Character s idea of the square deal to call a man a thief but to refuse to submit his case to a jury so that the truth can be ascertained Dr Wiley who first had his hands tied by Mr Roosevelt and was then forced out of the Agricultural Department by Mr Taft is going to take the stump in behalf of Governor Wilson and as Dr Wiley has no fear and a very large power of expression he may be expected to make life for the Colonel even more joyous than it now is Dr Wiley has begun by show ing what a wonderful thing Mr Roosevelt s memory i


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    The Essay-Proof Journal (pg. 30)

    10/1/1957 Numismatics; Periodicals; Essays; Proofs

    y 20 1956 to Arthur E Summerfield P M G Model Approved February 24 1956 by Arthur E Summerfield P M G Die Proof Approved May ii 1956 by Arthur E Summerfield P M G Source of Design A drawing by Robert W Hines Artist of Fish and Wildlife Service U S Depart ment of the Interior Pure Food and Drag Laws Issue Three Cents Issued June 26 1956 1080E A Rejected Essay Harvey W Wiley 1080E B Rejected Essay Harvey W Wiley 1080E C Rejected Essay Harvey W Wiley 1080E 1 Rejected Essay Harvey W Wiley 1080E E Rejected Essay Harvey W Wiley


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    Coin World [06/16/1976] (pg. 73)

    6/16/1976

    Medal for Pure Food Act father restruck for anniversary of law The medal originally struck in 1924 to honor the Father of the Pure Food and Drugs Act Dr Harvey Wiley will be restruck from the original dies to com memorate the 70th anniversary of the passage of that act the Food and Drug Administration publica tion Today reports in its May issue The original dies have been located in Connecticut the article said and FDA Historian Wallace C Janssen has arranged to have the medal reissued The FDA was created by the act The Association of Official Ana


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    Coin World [09/23/1981] (pg. 44)

    9/23/1981

    1 P O Box 150 911 Vandemark Road to reserve space Sidney Ohio 45367 CW visit fulfills dream C ln World visitors Evelyn and Knut Landln of Akron Ohio pose in from of the massive rotary otfset press during a recent Amos Press Inc plant tour in Sidney A subscriber for more than 20 years Retired Banker Undin s visit represented the fulfillment of a longtime ambition Mrs Landin collects bells Wiley heads Alabama society Rod V Wiley Sr of Auburn Ala was elected president of the Alabama Numismatic So ciety at the society s recent 21st annual convention held in Birmingham Grace D Gravlee was named president elect Mitch Utz vice president Ann Ev ans recording secretary and Pumie Moore executive secre tary and board member All of the above are Birmingham residents Directors el


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    Coin World [03/13/1985] (pg. 18)

    3/13/1985

    dent presented the Good Fel low Award to Davis Burnett general chairman for the con vention Host Club Awards were giv en to Richard Pinette presi dent of the Alamo Coin Club and Thomas Walker president of the Gateway Coin Club by ANA Executive Vice President Ed Rochette A 50 year Membership Award Medal usually present ed during ANA S annual con ventions was given to Ray mond A Wiley Wiley was eli gilbe for the award in 1976 but was missed due to some om mission Bowers said Wiley is the founder of the Des Moines Coin Club Iowa Other groups meeting in con junction with the show includ ed Souvenir Card Collectors a combined session of the Gate way and Alamo Coin Clubs the Industry Council for Tangible Assets the Society for U S Commemoratives and Num ismatics I


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    The Numismatist, Vol. 35 (1922) (pg. 356)

    /1922

    uson Erie Pa Chas H Fisher Paul H Googe General Waldo C Moore 1103 E 31st St Savannah Ga C S Stooksberry Jos6 Martinez Audino Waldo C Moore 31 W 135th St Apt 4 New York A S Boyer E M Amick U S Cents Greek and Roman Ben Comerford Care Riggs National Bank Washington D C A S Boyer Chicago 111 August 20 1922 ALDEN SCOTT BOYER General Secretary WILLIAM ALBERT Wiley Obituary William Albert Wiley one of the best known bankers of Lancaster Pa was found dead shortly before 7 o clock July 26 in the bedroom of his home 6 60 West Chestnut street by his daughter Marguerite wife of Post master Edwin L Whitson Death was due to apoplexy Returning home from work about 8 o clock the night before Mr Wiley spent several hours with his daughter on the fron


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    Gobrecht Journal #113 (pg. 24)

    3/15/2012

    The 2011 LSCC Hall of Fame Ceremony Prominent numismatic scholar Randall E Wiley was inducted into the LSCC Hall of Fame on August 1 8 201 1 during the Annual Meeting of LSCC at the ANA World s Fair of Money in Rosemont Illinois The LSCC Hall of Fame was established in 2007 to formally recognize significant contributions by club members in support of the club pledge to encourage promote and dispense numismatic knowledge of Liberty Seated coinage Three club members were p


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