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

    8/16/1952

    ner than the last The Bolender example lot 386 in his 183rd 2 t 1952 brought 52 50 Ex Col Green coll The nicest we have seen 55 00 2 8 T lovO Some as last Copper Thick planchet with plain edge Proof almost fully brilliant Traces of tarnish y W 875 R 10 The Bolender coin sold for 31 00 32 50 2882 l 87il Indian Princess seated facing left in high relief Without longacre Rev STANDARD above 1 DOLLAR within wreath Silver Reeded edge Proof mostly brilliant Two small obverse nicks A W 1110 R I3 This coin has high records Ex Rare Plate 85 00 2883 1871 Obv Identical to the lost With high relief and 22 stars on the flag behind figure Rev Same as the y regular dies Silver Plain edge Brilliant Proof A W 1122 R 12 We can only locate on


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    8NS-104-94-077, Miscellaneous Correspondence & Memos, 1897-1994.

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

    n the Indianhead series The story has many variations but the central theme remains the same It happened that several Indian chiefs traveled from the Northwest to Washington to visit the Great Father and then journeyed to Phila delphia to see the Mint The Chief Engraver at that time James Barton Longac re being a very hospitable person so the story goes invited the guests to his home longacre s daughter Sarah greatly enjoyed t he unique visitors and during the even ing one of the chiefs took off his feathered helmet and war bonnet and placed it on her head An artist in the company immediately sketched her and handed the picture to her father Mr Longacre knowing of t he competi tion for an acceptable desigp to be placed on the one cent piece soon to be issued contended for t


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    Sale 36 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 2, folder 11]

    1/26/1952

    left Rev Eagle with four arrows Silver A W 70 Proof mostly brilliant One or two infinitesimal defects V Rare i ent records to 50 00 55Jf Some obverse os the last Rev Flying eagle Silver Struck fram weak x Aftind broken dies A W 72 Proof some tarnish Has an insignificant nick n the obverse field and a minute reverse edge nick Rare High records as the last 1859 The longacre observe end the Paquet observe muled Silver A W 290 Proof mostly brilliant Appears to have been cleaned many years ago Our files as well as the two Curtis lists do not show any records at all for this highly unusual piece Only five said to have been struck Of the most excessive rarity Plote III 1859 The Paquet obverse os last Rev Eagle with ribbon Silver A W 291 Proof most


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    Sale 36 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 2, folder 11]

    1/26/1952

    t Rev Eagle with four arrows Silver A W 70 Proof mostly brilliant One or two infinitesimal defects V Rare recent records to 50 00 555 1838 Same obverse os the last Rev Flying eagle Silver Struck from weak and broken dies A W 72 Proof some tarnish Has on insignificant nick in the obverse field and a minute reverse edge nick Rare High records as the last 556 1859 The longacre observe end the Paquet observe muled Silver A W 290 Proof mostly brilliant Appears to have been cleaned many years ago Our files as well as the two Curtis lists do not show any records at all for this highly unusual piece Only five said to have been struck Of the most excessive rarity Plate III 557 1859 The Paquet obverse as lost Rev Eagle with ribbon Silver A W 291 Proof


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    Rochester Numismatic Association Minutes, 1938

    /1938 Rochester

    The Indian Was White By William F Sunday o o o H OW many persons know that the Indian head on our cent is not that of an Indian De spite feathered headdress the face is that of a little Anglo Saxon girl daughter of James Barton longacre chief engraver f the United States Mint from 1828 to 1858 How her profile came to adorn the lowly copper has been re lated by her father In the year 1858 the mint announced a pro posed change in design and com petition was open for sketches and engravings for the new bronze cent The prize was sub stantial and competition keen Over a 1000 designs were sub mitted Mr Longacre racked


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    Sale 41 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 3, folder 1]

    9/26/1953

    545 546 547 I 548 549 550 551 552 553 554 555 556 557 1870 Another Ploin diadem Silver reeded edge A W 1018 R R Dark nrav mdescpt Proof Elder 1 1 12 08 Equally scarce 87 J Silver Dollar Indian Princess seated facing left in high relief with 22 stars on the flag behind figure Without longacre Rev Same as the regular dies Capper plain edge A W 1124 R I2 Mostly dull Proof the edges mpoired The Bolender specimen sold for 40 00 and we obtained 37 50 for the Rumbel example last year both however were somewhat superior Proskey 12 4 09 sT7oo Dollar The Longacre obverse without stars in low relief with 13 stars on the flag Rev STANDARD above denomination in elaborat


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

    8/16/1952

    somewhat commoner thon the last The Bolender exomple lot 386 in his 183rd sale Feb 23rd 1952 brought 52 50 Ex Col Green coll The nicest we have seen i 55 00i 1870 Same os last Copper Thick planchet with plain edge Proof almost fully brilliont Traces of tormsh A W 875 R 10 The Bolender coin sold for 31 00 32 50 1 1871 Indian Princess seated facing left in high relief Without longacre Rev STANDARD above 1 DOLLAR within wreoth Silver Reeded edge Proof mostly brilliant Two small obverse nicks A W 1110 R 1 3 This com has high records Ex Rare Plate 85 00 1 1871 Obv Identical to the last With high relict and 22 stars on the flog behind figure Rev Same as the regular dies Silver Plain edge Brilliant Proof A W 1122 R 1 2 We con only locote one recent record for t


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

    8/16/1952

    including most of the detail on the rock at Liberty s left Engraver s lines appeor in the background This is the companion piece and is almost identical to the example in our 35th sale which sold for 36 00 Both originated with a Philadelphia collector who holds many interesting items from the Gobrecht estate Ex Rare Plate 1870 Indian Princess seated facing left in high relief Signed longacre in small letters below base Rev Same as the regular dies of the period 1866 73 Copper Reeded edge Lightly toned Proof A W 860 R 12 Uncommonly rare and with a recent sale record of 57 50 1870 Liberty seated holding olive branch and shield facing left The graceful design by Barber Rev Same as the regular dies Aluminum Plain edge Choice Proof Microscopic rim imperfection at t


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

    8/16/1952

    ly intended to cancel this trial im pression A rather battered example of an extreme rarity From the H O Granberg and Waldo Newcomer collections 10 Dollars 1850 Dubosq Or Company San Francisco Extremely thin trial die impressions or Squeezings Obverse and reverse struck separate in a fusible alloy composition composed of tin and antimony etc Uncirculated From the effects of J B longacre the famous Mint engraver who executed the regular U S Double Eagle at about the same time these impressions were made Excessively rare believed to be unique 2 Pcs Plate 5 Dollars 1850 Dubosq Gr Company Similar to the preceding Trial die impressions of the obverse and revers struck separately W Metal composition Uncirculated Like the last from the J B Longacre estate Exces sivel


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    James Kelly Invoices from B.G. Johnson, January 3, 1940, to December 4, 1940

    /1940

    U S Pat ern Hon 1 r r tyre but struck in pure nich L 1071 lixcesoively rrr Perfect bril lent pr of U S Pattern 1 2 Do 11 r Jr copper Who lon yacre Indie n Princess design rrith stars Terse from the dies Proof AU 11 31 U S Pattern Doll r The Indian Princess type With stars on obverse AW H33 Brilliant pf irTU U S Pattern r Dollar Incopper The Indian Princess typo by longacre pith stars Milled edge AW 1134 U S Pattern dollar Ii silver i Hie Indian Princess design by Lnnyacro without stairs on obvers AW 1133 Very rare Briliant proof U S Pattern Doll r In coy er The Indian Princess type by Long acre with st rs il ed edge AW 1145 Proof U S Pattern Doll r In copper The Indian Princess type by Longa ere without stars AW l 1 51 Mil ed edge Proof


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    U.S. Half Dollars, Joint Property of Eric P. Newman and B. G. Johnson [Copy 1]

    1/1/1941 Numismatics; Archives

    1126 1872 silver copper Thick planchet Plain edge Thin planchet Bril pro 1127 Brilliant proof ll39 1240 1242 Regular type but in aluminum AW 1243 Brilliant proof In silver Trade AW 1244 5 struck Brilliant proof aluminum AW 1245 5 struck Bril proof copper AW 1246 Trade Bril proof In silver AW 1248 Brilliant proof Commercial Obv Indian Princess By longacre Bril pr Commercial COMMERCIAL PATTERNS 1872 In s ilver Obv Indian Princess by Longacre AW 1248 Brilliant proof Barber s imitation of Longacre s Indian Princess design AW 1249 Bril proof Obv Berber s copy of Longacre Indian Princess AW 1250 Bril 50 00 mexl 75 00 oexl 50 00 oxcl 25 00 biex 5i jw a i e 30 00 tuex 1872 75 00 oexl 150 00 bfxcm 75 00 oexc 75 00 muex 90 00 l


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    Sale 41 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 3, folder 1]

    9/26/1953

    t30 oo 508 1867 Fiva Cents longacre s Three Cent Nickel head without star on coronet Rev 5 CBNTS within a 1 urel weath the word CENTS in a strai t line Nickel A W 626 R 6 rather than Ada rf s R 10 A partly brilliant Proof from poorly polished dies From Chapman II 13 08 II3 5O 509 1867 Five Cents Indian head with four feathers UNITED STATES OF AMERICA date below Rev V on shield Above IN GOD WE TRUST Th


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    Sale 41 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 3, folder 1]

    9/26/1953

    S3 is type as lots 5 0 51 2 Silver I 2edad edgj A l 1012 R 0 Toned Proof Scott 10 27 03 V Scarce v 7 50j 515 1870 Another Plain diadea Silver reeded edge A W 1018 R 8 Dark gray iriaescent Proof Rider 1V12 08 Equally scarce 8 5o 5I46 1371 Silver Dollar Indian Princess seated facing left in hi relief v it h 22 stars on the flag foehind figure TYitliout longacre Rev Same as tlie regular dies Copper plain edge A y 112lj R 12 Yostly dull Proof the edges slightly impaired The Bolender specin cn sold for li0 CX and we obtained 37 0 foi the Rumbol example last year both however wero somewhat superior Proskoy 12 It 09 30 _0 5h7 1871 Standard Half Dollar The Longacre obverse without stars in low relief with 13 stars on the fl


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

    6/13/1967

    Double Obverse 1859 Pattern Half Dollar Lot No ti 15 635 1859 Half Dollar Paquet obverse design Rev longacre obverse design A W 290 Judd 253 R 7 Silver reeded edge Partly brilliant Proof but cleaned many years ago A very rare mule pattern with the date on each side From our 36th auction sale lot 556 there illustrated on Plate HI Valued by Judd at a conservative 350 00 636 1859 Half Dollar Again the Paquet design Rev Facing eagle with spread wings holding a ribbon in its mouth A


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    Sale 59 (2 of 3) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 5, folder 8]

    6/13/1967

    ncirculated 1855 Cent ELying iagle ee t Rev similar to the preceeding but a different wreath A W 200 Judd l68 R 5 Bronze plain edge Original Strictly Extremely Fine scratched from the fifth star to the ease s wing From a Hans Schulman auction sale r s 7 lASC Originals weigh 100 grains restrikes wei Il5 grains or so 1859 Half Dollar The Paquet obverse design Rev longacre obverse A W 290 Judd 253 R 7 Silver reeded edge Partly brilliant Proof but cleaned many years ago A rHTHe A rare mule patterru From our 36th auction sale lot 56 aed there illustrated on Pj ate f Ce SS ZO f 77t S J 434 43 7 43 III Valued by Judd at 350 00 f flc n 9 1859 Half Dollar Again the Paquet design Rev eagle standing holding a ribbon in it


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    Sale 59 (3 of 3) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 5, folder 9]

    6/13/1967

    Double Obverse 1859 Pattern Half Dollar 635 1859 Half Dollar Paquet obverse design Rev longacre obverse design A W 290 Judd 253 R Silver reeded edge Partly brilliant Proof but cleaned many years ago A very rare mule pattern with the date on each side From our 36th auction sale lot 556 there illustrated on Plate III Valued by Judd at a conservative 350 00 636 1859 Half Dollar Again the Paquet design Rev Facing eagle with spread wings holding a ribbon in its mouth A


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    Sale 61 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 5, folder 13]

    6/30/1970

    gle be hind shield Rev Legend denomination date within oak wreath Copper reeded edge Gilt A W 276 Judd 257 R 6 Cleaned Proof traces of surface granu larity and old lacquer Purchased as lot 165 of the Ohio State Numismatic Con vention auction Abe Kosoff May 2 1942 237 50 9 I860 Half Eagle William E Dubois Anti counlerfciling experiment Capped head of Liberty r by longacre the cap ornamented with three large stars Rev Small facing eagle with spread wings holding a scroll in its beak Larger than regular size 27 07 mm Copper reeded edge Thick flan Gold plated A W 323 Judd 272 R 6 Cleaned Proof Shows traces of granularity and a few infinitesimal handling marks on either side Ex Col J A Porter Mehl sale June 23 1942 lot 1309 175 00 Wc 1


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    Sale 61 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 5, folder 13]

    6/30/1970

    gle be hind shield Rev Legend denomination date within oak wreath Copper reeded edge Gilt A W 276 Judd 257 R 6 Cleaned Proof traces of surface granu larity and old lacquer Purchased as lot 165 of the Ohio State Numismatic Con vention auction Abe Kosoff May 2 1942 237 50 9 1860 Half Eagle William E Dubois Anti counterfeiting experiment Capped head of Liberty r by longacre the cap ornamented with three large stars Rev Small facing eagle with spread wings holding a scroll in its beak Larger than regular size 27 07 mm Copper reeded edge Thick flan Gold plated A W 323 Judd 272 R 6 Cleaned Proof Shows traces of granularity and a few infinitesimal handling marks on either side Ex Col J A Porter Mehl sale June 23 1942 lot 1309 175 00 Vt 1


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    James Kelly Invoices from B.G. Johnson, January 3, 1940, to December 4, 1940

    /1940

    er Perfect brill proof 2 25 X 7 1875 20yJ silver AW 1435 Brill proof 46 00 m w X 44 2 a i q H Ooppei M 1436 Perfect Brilliant proof 0 00 f Aluminum AW 1448 proof 9 06 1879 Metric dollar AW 1598 1883 5 nickel AW 168S Proof M 1696 1735 1 75 H M 1836 H N H 6 00 8 SO 8 50 7 50 JL Ta x Lj YU 4 00 4P 8CT 1871 Dime Am Indian Princess type by longacre with stars Reverse from regular dies In copper AW 1163 Proof 3 50 Dime Copper Indian Princess type by Longacre without stars Milled edge Art 1173 Proof 4 50 1 2 dime Copper Indian Princess type by Longacre without stars Milled edge AW 1179 Proof 3 50 ti dime Copper Ind Princess type by Longaore with stars Rev from regular dies AW 1188 Proof T OO 5 in oopper AW 119


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    James Kelly Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 24, 1943, to December 28, 1943

    /1943

    of oxcm Plain edge AW 859 Bril pr huex Plain edge Aw 859 Bril nroof hiex copper JUW 57 PAID JlM PAID A J 5 Prtiu In oopper Ind Princess hy MAV Longaors AW 860 Bril pr bf ex MA 14 Qt PAIt MAMi 59 MP MAY 9 PAID M MAfc o PAiniaw S NHYoo 7 PAID mw f n D v 5Cl A C 00 PAID In copper Ind Princess hy Longaors AW 860 Bril pr bfeiflAt4 0 PA C In oopper Ind Princess hy longacre AW 860 Bril pr hfexJUfi OS PAIj In aluminum A 861 Ind Prin _ cess hy Longacre Bril pr buemHflQ2c In aluminum AW 861 Bril pr r rm wu 862 Ind r cess hy Longacre Bril pr huexwUTO 0 n hue UG22 io Y ZT 9 silver AW 872 Bril pr oxcl ADS 5QI rrtli n oopper AW 874 Milled edge Liberty seated by Barber Bril proof buecMJN 15 J0


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    1854 Copper Nickel Pattern

    /1990 Numismatics; Archives

    ESSAYS AND PATTERNS 213 ESSAYS AND PATTERNS 1853 EP156 A W 152 Gold Dollar Dies by longacre USA 1852 Seven laurel sprigs Planchet with wide perforation Gold R E 2 known both struck over quarter eagles 1 Wilkinson over 1846 coin 2 H P Smith over 1839 coin EP157 A W 153 Same dies as last Perforated Silver P E R8 1 CMB ex Farouk Newcomer Woodin and presumably also ex Lohr and Hydeman gilt 2 Olsen The Sunderland Mehl sale of June 1936 or Kagin sale of


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    U.S. Half Dollars, Joint Property of Eric P. Newman and B. G. Johnson [Copy 1]

    1/1/1941 Numismatics; Archives

    Plain edge AW 851 In silver Brilliant proof H In silver AW 851 Brilliant proof 75 00 oexc n II II II 852 II 75 00 oexc II n copp er 853 II n 11 II n H It II H n II II II II AL oaM n H H it 854 II rndtum It II II H JUl5 og II n silver 857 plain edge 75 00 oexc It II 11 11 II II H 858 It II It II milled 11 It 11 It it II H 50 00 oexl 860 Indian Princess By longacre 860 Indian Princess By Longacre Bril proof 860 Indian Princess by Longacre Bril proof 860 Brilliant proof plain edge JH mooa tm JUL 8 PAle


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    Sale 35 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 2, folder 10]

    11/10/1951

    oin co lectors but by collectors ot Lincolnia as well The above specimen is not quite perfect but superior pieces have been listed as high as 335 00 This example is the only one Mr Ryder could locate and is worthy of a home in the finest collection 1867 Indian head with four feathers UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Date below Rev V on shield Above IN GOD WE TRUST The design of James B longacre LONGACRE F appears in minute letters below the bust Aluminum Plain edge Brilliant Proof A W 630 R6 18 25 1867 Liberty head as on the regular Three Cent Nickel 1865 89 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Date below Rev 5 CENTS in wreath of laurel the word CENTS slightly curved IN GOD WE TRUST above Nickel Proof mostly brilliant A W 644 R6 From the Wilson Coll 1908 20 25


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    Sale 35 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 2, folder 10]

    11/10/1951

    coin co lectors but by collectors of Lincolnia as well The above specimen is not quite perfect but superior pieces have been listed as high as 335 00 This example is the only one Mr Ryder could locate and is worthy of a home in the finest collection 1867 Indian head with four feathers UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Date below Rev V on shield Above IN GOD WE TRUST The design of James B longacre LONGACRE F appears in minute letters below the bust Aluminum Plain edge Brilliant Proof A W 630 R6 18 25 1867 Liberty head as on the regular Three Cent Nickel 1865 89 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Date below Rev 5 CENTS in wreath of laurel the word CENTS slightly curved IN GOD WE TRUST above Nickel Proof mostly brilliant A W 644 R6 From the Wilson Coll 1908 20 25


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    Sale 36 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 2, folder 11]

    1/26/1952

    s Silver A 70 Proof mostly brilliant One or two infinitesimal defects V Rare recent records to 50 G0 555 1838 Same obverse as tlie last Rev Flying eagle Silver Struck from weak and broken dies A 72 Proof some tarnish lias an insignificant nick in the obverse field and a minute reverse edge nick Rare High records as the last 556 1659 The Paquet obverse and the longacre obverse muled Silver A V 290 Proof mostly brilliant Appears to nave been cleaned many years ago ur files as well as the two Curtis lists do not show any records at all Tor this hi ly unusual piece Only five said to of have been struck Of the most excessive rarity 557 1859 The Paquet obverse as last Rev Fagle with ribbon Silver A 291 Proof most ly brilliant Shows s


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    Sale 36 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 2, folder 11]

    1/26/1952

    most fully brilliant rioaned as the last vorth 15 00 I 559 18 9 The I on jarro obverse Rov DO iLAH Tf thin freath Silver 1 1 295 Proof Some Tfhat dull on the obverse Has been cleaned Scarcer than either of the last two 560 1859 The longacre obverse Rev 50 ClilNTS within wreath Silver A 297 Cleaned Proof Siiiis 01 tarnish As rare as the last 561 1859 The Longacre obverse Rev The Paquet reverse with bagle holding ribbon as on lot 557 Silver A W 299 Proof mostly brilliant somewhat tarnished on the obverse A mule and an actual Sleeper Far rarer than indicated by Atams v oodin F asily worth 30 00 o


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    Sale 41 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 3, folder 1]

    9/26/1953

    The Pa et obverse with Liberty seated 1 Rev Eagle with ribbon Sil ver A W 291 R li Li tly toned and tarnished Proof Records to 20 00 17 50 1159 Another a duplicate Hardly as choice at one time apparently cleaned Ex Scott 1908 15 00 1160 Same as the two preceding but stnick in copper A W 292 R li Iridescent red Proof Ex Proskey 12 V08 13 50 1161 The longacre obverse classical head to r Rev HALF DOLLAR within wreath of com and wheat Silver A W 293 R li Tarnished partly brilliant Proof 17 50 U62 Same as the last but struck in copper A W 29h R ii A toned iridescent Proof with hi wire edges Also from dealer Proskey 1908 11 50 1 63 The Longacre obverse Rev DOLIAR in largp letters within a wreath similar to that on the fo


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    Sale 41 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 3, folder 1]

    9/26/1953

    1 li65 Same as the two foregoing but struck in copper A W 296 R U A splendid red Proof but with sli t indications of tarnish spotting Ex Proskey 1909 jj 50 U66 The longacre obverse Rev 50 CENTS within wreath as on A W 293 295 Silver A_ W 297 R 1 Drilliant cleaned Proof Ex Scott 1908 15 00 U67 Another a duplicate An iridescent v tarrushed Proof with high wire edges 16 50 The four preceding varieties A W 291 293 295 297 were sold at the Mint in sets About 100 of each wore thought to have been made exclusive of later restrikes The p


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    Sale 61 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 5, folder 13]

    6/30/1970

    ned faintly iridescent Proof Our glass discloses a rev lint mark as made at the branch and U of UNITED plus evidence of old fingermark tarnish towards the upper part of the reverse One of four possibly make Lack ing in the extensive Major Lenox R Lohr offering 1961 From Bluestone s 72nd sale Oct 29 1942 as lot 794 175 00 41 1871 Half Dollar Seated Liberty design by J B longacre figure seated 1 wear ing Indian headdress left hand resting upon a globe flags behind witboiu stars around Rev Regular die Silver reeded edge A W 1136 Judd 1108 R 7 Almost fully brilliant Proof Reverse double struck which is not surprising con sidering the high almost medallic relief of the obverse Rarer than the follow ing type with stars possibly no more than five known


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    Sale 61 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 5, folder 13]

    6/30/1970

    DOLLARS 25 FRANCS within a wreath of laurel and oak Aluminum reeded edge A W 656 Judd 658 R 6 Rather dull Proof spotty around borders From B Max Mehl s Belden Roach sale Feb 8 1944 where this was lot 780 150 00 Many of the aluminum survivors are spotty including the Adams Woodin and Judd illus trated coins 33 1868 Eagle Prominent handsome head of Liberty 1 the J B longacre design Rev Small eagle with raised wings shield on breast motto above on scroll Paquet style Copper reeded edge Gold plated A W 651 Judd 662 R 7 Cleaned Proof a few mainly minute rim nicks on either side from careless handling Also ex Roach lot 499 125 00 The obverse is of the same style as the 1857 quarter eagle Judd 189 The rev eagle is not unlike that on the 1860 61 pat


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    Sale 61, June 30, 1971 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 8, folder 7]

    6/30/1971

    r Bank Dec 3 1349 March 18 1350 hree buildings dog and safe below Not in C W 320 except for date 10 Same bank Jan 1 1852 Ragle on shield C L135 mis filed should precede C L75 W 323 Meadvllle S5 Bank of Crawford County February 1 1363 Green overorinting ABNCo As ill C C901 W 426 Mont rose 5 Bank of Susquehanna County May 1 1847 Draper moppan longacre 4 Co Longacre later of U S Mint As ill C S946 W 466 except for date Philadel ohla 10 Manual Labor Bank Aug 2 1836 As ill C M33 V 879 except for date 10 Philadelphia Bank Dec 8 1819 Building between X and 10 10 belowf Similar to C P355 but unlisted denom V 9 72 but for date Pen cancelled ctft 5 Same bank May 9 1856 hree females 1 Delius r Not in


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

    8/16/1952

    he Quarter A W 499 were originally issued in sets See lot 2 161 Woods ule sale 1892 2875 1866 The regular dies with motto Struck in Copper Tarnished chocolate colored Proof with a slight reverse spot A W 534 R 6 Only 36 to 50 pieces struck A specimen sold in the Bolender sale Feb 23n t 40 00 37 50 2876 1870 Indian Princess seated facing left in high relief Signed longacre in small letter below base Re STANDARD above 1 DOLLAR within wreath Silver Plain edge Proof almost fully brilliant A W 851 R 13 To our knowledge this voriety has not appeared in over fifteen years Ex Col Green coll Of extreme rarity Plate 100 00 2877 1870 Obv Identical to the last Signed LONGACRE Rev Same as the regular dies Silver Plain edge Proof Mostly brilliant but ha


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    F.C.C. Boyd Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 11, 1943, to June 29, 1943

    /1943

    Key 11th 43 r F C C Boyd 131 Tarlck St Sew Tork H Y RED lShO Jollnr Charlotte with fall mint 1870 1871 U S sat f f y r i type by longacre without mexi 4 Sev from regular dies v 1873 U S Go d Mint Unc lustra with considerable proof sui fe oe probably the finest My known DIMES l041 Ho drapery back of arm holding Liberty cap This is from an entirely different die th n the other diaas rithcr it drapery and to the best of our knowledge ia the only apeci ren known Bril l ant proof husaan JSOO OO With arrows Curoon


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    Thomas L. Elder Invoices from B.G. Johnson,

    /1943

    Large berries Bril proof 53 1842 Small Perfect proof 62 1846 large Bril proof 57 1847 Small 53 1848 Small M olive wire edge proof 62 1852 3 3 Brilliant proof 32 U S PATT SS i DOLL MB 1838 A w 70 ProoT 12 t n 12 1870 In silrer Liberty seated Plain edge A 889 Bril proof 9 H Ey Barber Bepalar rsv Plain edge AW 891 Proof 6 1871 In copper The Indian Princees type by longacre Milled edge AW 1134 Proof 6 it In eopper The Indijai Princess type ty Longacre with stare Milled edge AW 1134 6 00 00 50 50 50 BOB BED c2


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    James Kelly Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 24, 1943, to December 28, 1943

    /1943

    71 In oo per Hate straight AW 793 Proof AW 797 Proof In aluminum Libe ty seated by Barber Plain ei e Proof AW 1042 Obv Liberty seated Rev the regular type 4f 1044 Proof Plain edge Very rare Regular type tut struck in aluminum Proof excessively rare AW 1051 Regular type but struck in nickel Proof and ex rare About 2 struck AW 1052 In silver The Indian Princess type Ty longacre without stars AW 1178 Bril proof 1798 JUN 6 7 pflfir OCT si 3D PAID 1801 10 PA n The Indian Princess type by Longacre without stars Rev fro m the regular 1 2 Dime dies _ Copper Proof Af 1182 JUN 4 r fe Wu Ind Princess typo by Long ere Rev from the regular dies In copper AW 1186 Proof f ptJ J U S Pattern 10 Similar in deal gn terthe old large cent AW 669 In purs nickel Pr


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    American Numismatic Association, 1988

    /1988

    Hebert will show a number of the excavated coins and share with his audience just how they have come to reflect such things as prosperity the development of cities the downfall of civilizations the identity of invaders and the existance of rulers previously unknown to historians Hebert will also share some of the unexpected finds concerning metallic content of these coins 5 pjn James B longacre Chief Engraver at the U S Mint 1844 1869 by Thomas K DeLorey James Longacre was the first Cheif Engraver in fifty years to create new coin denominations His works include the 2 cent piece both 3 cent coins the 1 3 and 20 gold pieces as well as the small cent Join the audience for the Theatre s second pro gram of four dealing with our Mint s past Chief En gravers Mr DeLorey will


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    John J. Ford, Jr. Correspondence, 1958

    /1958

    dbergh Medal by A PieAz List of foreign coins executed by the U S mint engraved by A Pietz Photo of medalof wra Cooper Procter by R Tait McKenzie Photo of reducing lathe in operation Title page of mint manual 1842 P Impressions on paper of Chinese pattern coins Program testimonial dinner and dance to R A Ra ond Raff autographedOct 17 1934 Pencil drawing of New Orleans Mint Jan 18 I863 longacre visiting card EKafci tfc8 9t no letters Supt i4int Dahlonega to Supt Phila Half letter as above Prints of Polish Coins Really contains drawing of wreath for assay medal By Designs for seal for Assay Co ns Longacre Desigrs for Anay Department Mar csmanship drawing Drawing medal issued ty State of N J to New Jersey Battalion Yorktown Va I78I I88I Photos pattern half dollars


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    Lynn Glaser Correspondence, 1960-1968

    /1960 [Numismatics Correspondence Hewitt Lee Glaser Lynn Colonial currency]

    THIRTY TWELVE JOSHUA ROAD T nov 13 r hg 1 ewman I itt returning the micro film under y epfeyattr cover Thank you I decided not to write the article about the longacre Peale hastle I was not that int erested and there is no use throwing mud when it is not necessary H 0 wever I did make some interesting additions to my notes on Longacre so 1 did make good use of the film Thanks again Best


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    Chapman, S.H. and H.: Garrett catalogue 2 [ANS Garrett papers, box 3, folder 2a2]

    1/1/1906

    initials of Mr longacre the engraver at the U S Mint I B L Reverse STANDARD at top of wreath which encloses I DOLLAF Same reverse as the first 1870 dollar No Silver Proof Plain edge 5 pieces Very rare 1871 5 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1871 Undraped head of Liberty left diadem inscribed LIBERTY Reverse Olive wreath enclosing 5 CENTS Nickel Proof Border milled edge plain Rare 1871 5 Same as l


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    Bill Halliwell Correspondence, 1964

    /1964 [Bank notes Early American currency Halliwell Bill ]

    r wtn 1840 59 S3 The Bank of Washtenaw unsigned wtn 1835 60 S5 The Erie Kalamazoo Rail Road Bank Adrian wtn 183 5 Rawdon Wright Hatch 61 33 The Jackson County Bank Jacks onburgh wtn 1837 Rawdon Wright Hatch 62 S3 The River Raisin and Lake Erie Rail Road Co wtn 1863 Geo D Baldwin Mississippi 63 350 xhe Bank of Madison County I Iadisonville wtn 1857 Draper Toppan longacre fine portrait of washing 64 50 The Benton Manchester Railroad and Banking Co wtn 1838 Draper Toppan Longacre 50 The Commercial Bank of interprise wtn 1839 RWH E New 6rleans 35 The Mississippi Alabama Rail Road Co wtn 1836 Draper Toppan Longarce 3100 same wtn 1838 S3 The Mississippi Centrol RR Co Holly Springs ptd 1862 Douglas Engr New Orleans 35 The Mississippi Rail


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    Numisma Mail Bid Sales, sale 11 [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 7, folder 11]

    5/19/1958

    Go In envelope marked Gold Nugget from Dahlonega Go T L E i e Thomas L Elder Morel 1930 Patterns 1850 Trime Adams Woodin 110 Franklin Peole design after Gobrecht EF plus Not as common as once believed 1869 5c Nickel A W 803 Proof obv quite dull rev brilliant 1870 STANDARD Half Dime A W 1041 Copper reeded edge Minutely specky Proof 1871 Half Dollar A W 1131 longacre obv in high relief with stars regular rev Copper reeded edge Peacock blue Proof 0 beouty RR Records to 39 before 1952 1871 Quarter A W 1145 Similar obv Rev STANDARD 25 Copper reeded edge Red Proof unevenly toned D Longacre obv without stars Rev STANDARD 5 CENTS Copper reeded edge Red Proof rev Q trifle dull 97 98


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    Sale 62a, October 12, 1971 (2 of 3) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 8, folder 9]

    10/12/1971

    Easton and ai turnpike ornate 5 1 red overptg j AINCo C NU59 W IJ 4 O 5 tfU t ter x Qg rrz bank i Iaw r V 4 w 4 4gft E a gle on shield C L135 misfiled should precede C L75 W 323 Meadville Bank of Crawford C 0 unty February lafi 1863 A 0W7 IH C ax Green M ay l f 18 r ABNCo Ag ill C C901 W_U26 Montrose Bank of Susquehanna County IBi Draper Toppan longacre C 0 Longacre later of U SAMint As ill C S U6j W Jf o U66 except for date Philadelphia Manual T abor Bank uy 4 On K twti C M88 s W 879 except for date Fhiladeli iia Bank m A As ill Building between X and 10 10 below aimilar to C P355 but unlisted denom W_972 but Ibr date Pen cancelled ctft Same bank f s 0 tg Three females 1 Tellus r C j A g r t


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    Sale 38, A.N.A. sale, typescript of consignments [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 8, folder 24]

    8/16/1952

    die yielding on the third i lores ion M T n addition to the above described piece and the erbe _ i tho know A N S we positively of but one other that which appeared in the April 1951 dchvlaen sale A fourt d by a New fork dealer n e Collars 1859 The Pacquet obverse Rev Cagle with ribbon Silver Bean tar r hed Proof 291 R u Recent records of 16 00 1859 the longacre obverse Rev BAtf DOLLAR within wreaih Silver Proof Alto felly brilliant a 293 R Veil worth 35 00 1859 The longte o obverse Rev J OOIUI within wreath Silver Ibis piece has a 1 of the reverse die flaws illustrated in Adaras Woodir Toned 3e ai hroof r 295 R ln career than either of the last two 1859 iame as the last but the reverse die ia free of flaws Copper T


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    George Murphy Correspondence, 1948

    /1948 Numismatics Correspondence Bank notes Mexican currency Ancient coins Early American currency



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    U.S. Half Dollars, Joint Property of Eric P. Newman and B. G. Johnson [Copy 1]

    1/1/1941 Numismatics; Archives

    1871 1870 In al uminiun AW 861 Indian Princess by longacre Bril pr AW 861 Brilliant proof 862 Indian Princess By Longacre Bril proof silver AW 864 LiBerty seated By BarBer Bril proof HUM It seated By BarBer Bril pTOof seated By BarBer Bril proof 865 Brilliant proof copper 867 LiBerty seated By BarBer Bril proof seated By BarBer Bril proof 867 a Not in AW Milled edge LiBerty seated By Ba


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    Burdette G. Johnson Invoices: 1943

    /1943 Numismatics; Archives

    Small letters Very fine 1797 H 1 7 stars facing Unc 7 stars facing Very fine 1799 H 5 Very fine H 9 Very Ex fine to unc 1800 Ex fine almost unc 1301 H 1 Ex fine almost unc 1802 over 01 E 3 Practically one veiy sharp 1802 H 6 Ex fine to unc 1803 H 6 large 3 Very fine Pattern Dollars 1870 In silver Milled edge AW 858 Bril pr copper Ind Princess hy longacre AW 860 Bril proof Ind Prin l y Longacre Aw 860 Bril proof Liberty seated by Barber AW 867 Bril proof Barber s design of Liberty seated AW 875 Br proof aDominum AW 877 Bril proof 1871 In copper AW 1106 Bril proof H H i 0o 1885 AW 1715 In copper Similar to the regular type but lettered edge Bril proof 26 50 mxco 31 00 mxco 22 50 mxco 21 50 mxco 9


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    Burdette G. Johnson Invoices: 1943

    /1943 Numismatics; Archives

    AETOGRAPHS 408 OLIVE STREEY ST LOUIS MO INDIAN RELICS OLD FIREARMS CURIOS ETC Ur Eric F llewman 705 Olive Street 5t Louie Missouri Cjvijio Deer Ur Herewith report of sp lee made to dote PAT7HP1I DOLLAHS 1865 In copper He uler type A f 493 Eri proof 18 50 buex 1870 f AV 354 Eri Hi ant proof 13 50 buex silver Milled edge AIT 853 Eril proof coppe Ir d Princess by longacre 37 50 oxciii Ai 7 860 Brilliant proof 14 00 bfex II In al ua AV 362 Ind Princess by Longacre Brilliant proof 18 00 buex In copper A S74 Milled Liberty seated by Barber Brilliant proof 15 OC buex 1871 In copper Plain cage AV lllC Eril pr 18 50 buex AV 1124 Brilliant proof 18 50 buex el jiiU AW 1127 Bi iiliant proof 18 00 buex 1378 AW 1559 In silver Proof 11 00 bfex


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    Nutmeat [Glenn Mooney]

    /1971 Pittsburgh Numismatics

    cing Long Johns In the 18 th century there was the famous Chinese philosopher and philanderer Long Time No See In America it was a Colonel Long on General Washington s staff who sent supplies to him at Valley Forge by way of Roanoke Virginia the Long way around By the early 19 th century E Cassanova Long and Edward Becker Long had lovely businesses going in Europe By mid century it was a longacre on which the third United States Mint was built During the American Civil War General Longstreet probably did more for the Union than any other Southern general It is rumored that it was he who ghost wrote President Lincoln s long Gettysburg address At the Battle of Mobile it was a seamen named Long who loused up some torpodoes couldn t get them to work and said Damn the torpedoes etc a


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    Finding Aid (Patterns)

    /2017

    isdescription of J1300 _ long plow handles most likely J1303 _ ex Woodside 1892 sale lot 296 bought in earlier ex Parmelee lot 235 lot 568 lot 5663 ex HP Smith sale lot 941 probably Stickney s lot 764 via T Leon lot 765 _ lot 944 ex Woodside 1892 sale lot 307 bought in earlier ex Doughty lot 422 ex Woodside 1892 sale lot 306 bought in earlier ex Doughty lot 421 3 pieces described as longacre dies _ large head _ type not specified lot 150 _ 50 each J1503 J1504 J1506 J1510 J1512 J1514 J1516 J1526 J1528 J1540 4pieces nor type unknown lot 550 lot 553 _ lot 552 _ lot 551 _ believed to be a complete set ex Woodside 1892 sale lot 320 bought in ex Bement _ ex Woodside 1892 sale lot 321 bought in _ ex Bement _ ex Woodside 1892 sale lot 322 bought in silverplated call


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