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    U.S. Mint Report (1916)

    1/1/1916

    n under any customs regu lations whatsoever of silver un wrought in money bullion bars dust and broken articles is prohibited Art 2 The minister of finances is in charge of the execution of this decree Made at Paris November 18 1915 R Poincare President of the Republic The French Mobilized Securities From the Bankers Magazine London July 1916 In an article by M Edmond thery in the Economiste Europeen says the Times the following table is given of the estimated capital value of the neutral securities held in France which the French Government is offering to borrow from the holders in order to provide exchange abroad The figure in the first column is the par value while that in the second represents the prices offered now by the French treasury in case it shoul


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 96]

    /1918

    import all they wanted and the German commercial agenta profited by this situation by pouring into Germany a large stream of contra band goods which permitted that coun try to pass over the most critical pe riod for her the first year of the war Thus cotton had been declared contra band only one year after the opening of Iiostilities The entrance of the United States into the war M thery points out has fortunately modified the situation since a good part of the contraband merchan dise was of American origin Since the war declaration against Germany the Administration of President Wilson has adopted severe measures concerning the blockade and the decision taken by the inter allied conference of extending in a general manner the principles laid down since the end of last Ju


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 79]

    /1909

    FOREIGN BANKING AND FINANCE 377 same period in 1908 and does not indi cate remarkable activity in the creation of new industries FRENCH SECURITIES IN 1909 A CAREFUL review of the move ment of French investment secur ities during the first half of the current year is made by M Edmond thery the editor of L Economiste Europeen in the issue of July 16 Taking the 160 representative securities upon which he usually bases his calculations he finds a value at market quotations equal to 58 508 000 000 francs 1 1 300 000 000 on June 30 1909 as compared with a value of 58 237 000 000 francs on December 31 1908 or a gain of 271 000 000 francs 52 310 000 The most notable


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 41]

    /1887

    GENERAL INDEX xi The thery millions 949 The work of Congress 565 Threatened gold premium 368 Three per cent bonds 890 Total coinage of the mints 659 cotton supply for Europe 733 of circulating money 814 Trade depression commission 734 dollar 59a 729 redemption 952 effected by Inter State commerce law 944 in Europe 281 indications 738 a of Australasian colonies 730 Trading in p


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 41]

    /1887

    number of white men have obtained temporary relief from poverty by mortgaging property of the description given Mule mortgages are by far the most common however next to mules sewing machines are acceptable to the merchants who either through avarice or fear of being swindled compel their debtors to give deeds of trust on articles which in many cases are valueless Vicksburg Herald Thethery Millions M Steenackers who was Postmaster General under the Tours delegate government and is now a member of the Chamber has taken up the cause of the claimants to the sum of 25 000 000 which they contend is due to them by the State What they say is this in 1676 a Frenchman named Theiy deposited 400 000 in the Bank of Venice and then died For some time after his decease nobody came f


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 80]

    /1910

    lgaria the amount of 120 000 000 francs 23 160 000 which had been demanded by Turkey but fixed the amount at 82 000 000 francs 15 830 000 which constitutes a loan with out special security by Russia to Bul garia at an interest rate of 4 75 per cent due in seventy five years but payable at any time at the pleasure of the Bulgarian Government A high compliment is paid by M Edmond thery editor of L Economiste Eu ropeen in that journal for October 15 to the courtesy of Russia in avoid ing complications from which entire Europe would have suffered and per mitting the new Bulgarian monarchy to begin its career auspiciously while af fording to the new Liberal Government of Turkey the prestige of having se cured the remission of a large part of the humiliating concessio


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 81]

    /1910

    portfolio of the big banks increased considerably be tween May 31 and June 30 but this was probably due in part to the amounts usually required at the turn of the half year Current accounts kept on increas ing carrying the total to 4 816 100 000 francs on June 30 Advances and stock exchange loans again showed an advance on June 30 to a total of 1 342 400 000 francs It is pointed out by M thery in L ficonomiste Europeen of August 26 that this increase in stock exchange loans is due largely to the fact that there were offered to French capitalists during the first six months of the cur rent year more than 3 500 000 000 francs in new securities while the total for the corresponding period of 1909 was only about 2 500 000 000 francs CREDIT METHODS IN ENGLAND TN discussing the intro


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 88]

    /1914

    Pan American Title Insurance Company S A Head Office Apartado 39 CITY OF MEXICO Branches Tampico Mexico London Emrlaml 25 Victoria iSr S W ROOMS 310 312 NO 2 RECTOR ST NEW YORK SUITE 859 MONADNOCK BUILDING SAN FRANCISCO CAL Chartered and equipped for all branches of title insurance and trust work The Intest systematic estimate for France that of F dmond thery sa s Dr HelfFericIi gave a total of about 57 600 000 000 for 1908 as compared with about 1 8 600 000 000 for 1892 The average per capita property of the French people would therefore be 1 60 for 1908 Germany has there fore considerably outdistanced France since the ninetie s as regards the total sum of the national wealth On the other hand France is still in advance in per capit


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 97]

    /1918

    rning the application of the bill re garding the exportation of capital He points out that in order not to upset the foreign trade general authoriza tions have been delivered to export houses to buy for the needs of national defence The total sum of purchases amounts to about 1 3i millions of francs PROMOTION OF FRENCH INDUSTRY In a series of articles in L Econo miste Europeen M Edmond thery discusses the economic and hnancial situation of France after the war The loans contracted by the state during the war are designed not only to the ex penses of revictualling the fabrication of arms and munitions and the allow ances to the families of the mobilized they are at the same time embodied in the new industries which are working temporarily for the war but which will develop many


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 97]

    /1918

    ols systematically destroyed by the Ger mans must take place as soon as pos sible For it is certain that if the allied or enemy competitors surpass France with their products in the world markets which the French want to con quer or to preserve it will be difficult to remove them The public authorities are urged to hurry in extending and completing means of land and water transports M thery points out that the Gov ernment and the parliament should not forget that the public works which the National Assembly decided to execute immediately after the war of 1870 71 in spite of the enormous burdens im posed by the war on the budget great ly contributed to the industrial raising of the country At the present time home industries exclusive of the invaded territory have stopped pr


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 98]

    /1919

    ns fer operations of the Banque de France reached the amount of 266 927 millions of francs as compared with 195 816 millions of francs in 1917 The increase is due to the extensive financial opera tions which have taken place during the last months of the war THE QUESTION OF CHANGE AND THE INDEMNITIES The following points are from an ar ticle in L Economiste Europeen signed by Mr Edmond thery The question of change will play an impor tant role in the payment of indemnities on the part of Germany France paid to Germany after the war of 1870 71 the amount of 5 815 758 858 29 francs of which 316 758 853 francs represented the interest and the cost of change for the five billions imposed by the treaty of Frankfort The amount had not only to be paid but also transformed in cash or in


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 158

    1/1/1967

    ppin the Short 85 68 Obv RP with one dot between the letters and one dot beneath the curve of the P Rev R F with one dot between the letters Denarius Garrett Coll 6112 i iSgr 69 Obv RTF with two dots beneath the R 9 U Cni LIlJl 9 Denarius Prou 184 Gariel III 53 Gariel Coll 51 var Ponton d Amdcourt Coll Imphy find 52 Var Gariel Coll 576 Meyer Coll 62 thery Coll 1963 380 Paris 1 24 gr Berlin 1 25 gr 1 35 gr Plate II Copenhagen T 1182 i i4gr T 1184 i iggr T 1185 1 33 gr Find Imphy Ilanz II 1 14 gr 70 Obv R P tvith three dots before the R one dot between the letters and two dots beneath the curve of the P Rev R with one dot inside the curve one dot between the legs and a cross of four dots behind the curve


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 158

    1/1/1967

    VSIMP Cross Rev ITVRICRIG Irregular cruciform pattern Obolus Gariel XV 41 Gariel Coll Gariel Coll 69G 410 Obv HLVDOVV 1 CVSIMP Cross BITV RlGES Denarius Prou 734 Gariel XV 40 Gariel Coll Rousseau Coll 336 Cahn April 1912 9 Cahn Dec 1932 1231 Krichel dorf Oct 1958 195 Kress Oct i960 1385 1386 1387 Kricheldorf Nov i960 299 Blaser Frey June 1963 2 thery Coll 29 Kress Nov 1966 1464 Paris 1 82 gr ANS 1 81 gr Plate XIV Blunt 1 78 gr Grierson 1 60 gr 1 58 gr damaged Brussels 1 66 gr Find Veuillin Belv zet Indre Angers 1812 Tiszaeszlir 411 Obv HLVDOWICVSIMP Cross Rev ITVRICRWE Cross Obolus Gariel XV 41 Gariel Coll Gascony BORDEAUX 412 Obv HLVDOVVICVSIMP Cross Rev BVRDI GALA Denarius Prou 78


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 158

    1/1/1967

    Gariel Coll 1149 1150 TOURNAI 729 Obv GRATIAD IREX Karolus monogram Rev TOPNETEMSI Cross Denarius Gariel XXXVI 266 Gariel Coll Gariel Coll 1049 Meyer Coll 312 Schulman 1931 135 Berlin 1 51 gr 1 52 gr Find Bourgneuf VALENCIENNES 730 Obv CRATIAD IREX Karolus monogram Rev VALENC 1 ANISPORT Cross Denarius Prou 208 209 Gariel XXXVI 277 Arras find thery Coll 496 Paris 1 54 gr 1 74 gr Berlin 1 83 gr Plate XXIV ANS 1 83 gr 1 34 gr Brussels 1 56 gr Inv 121 1 73 gr Grierson 1 70 gr Find Courbanton II Vaux de Vire Arras ANS Find 731 Obv CRATIAD IREX Karolus monogram Rev 4 VALENCIANISRT Cross Denarius Prou 210 Gariel XXXVI 278 Glizy find Gariel Coll 1058 Th6ry Coll 498 Paris 1 70 gr Berlin


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 158

    1/1/1967

    us Prou 966 Gariel Lll 84 Evreux find Paris 1 46 gr PL TK XLIV Find Koches l Eveque Evreux Evreux St Taurin 1435 Obv CRATIAD REX Karolus monogram VENDEN ISC ASTRO Cross wdth one dot in each of two diagonal corners Denarius Prou 967 Gariel Lll 85 Gariel XXXVI 281 Gariel Coll Gariel Coll 1060 Meyer Coll 316 Kricheldorf May 1956 355 Kress Oct i960 1484 thery Coll 500 Paris 1 52 gr Berlin 1 13 gr 1 47 gr Plate XLIV ANS 1 12 gr Kress specimen 1436 Obv CARLVSREX Cross X PIANAREIICIO Karolus monogram Denarius Prou 1067 Gariel XLV 62 Gariel Coll var Paris 1 75 gr A NS 1 32 gr 1 92 gr Brussels Inv 150 1 34 gr Inv 147 1 39 gr Inv 149 1 45 gr Inv 148 1 59 gr 1437 Obv fCARLVSREX Cross X RI


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    ANS Museum Notes, vols. 1-2

    /1946

    This counterstamp impressed during the siege of 1 59 1 is recorded on four nobles Two of these one in the British Museum Plate IX 6 and one illustrated in a Schulman Sale Catalogue 10 are on the large flan Dutch imitations of Edward IV rose nobles minted at Gorcum about 1584 The third recorded in a Schulman Sale Catalogue 11 is not fully described or illustrated and may be the 7 L thery Les monnaies contremarquees a Ypres en 1582 3 Rev Beige de la Num vol 78 1926 p 95 gives an account of a heard of twenty gold pieces of which six had this countermark 8 Baudouin de Jonghe Monnaies contremarquees a Ypres par le Seigneur de Marquettes Superintendant du Quartier d Ypres 1582 83 Rev Beige de la Num vol 52 1896 p 162 9 Casts of the British Museum counters


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 96]

    /1918

    r 2 601 francs in communes of over 100 000 inhabitants under 3 001 francs in Paris and its environs THE BLOCKADE The question whether an absolute blockade imposed upon Germany at the beginning of the war would have short ened the world struggle has often been discussed in the allied countries A brief article on the subject in the Economiste Europeen signed by its eminent editor M Edmond thery In normal times Germany had to import one third of the products necessary to her sustenance of which she imported nine tenths from Russia and the over sea countries Moreover she needed 186 000 tons of copper 22 000 tons of lead 180 000 tons of zinc 22 000 tons of tin 1 290 000 tons of petro leum essences and lubricating oil Be Digitized by Google


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 96]

    /1918

    r population FXONOMIC CONDITIONS IN FRANCE THE RUSSIAN OBLIGATIONS IN FRANCE T has been often rumored that the Russian Government intends to repu diate its obligations abroad Among the countries interested in this question is France She has contributed to the financial aid of the Russian State be fore and during the war An article in the Economiste Europeen Paris signed by Edmond thery gives us a clear insight into the question At the end of 1902 when the opera tions of loans and conversions concern ing the Russian monetary reform of 1897 as well as the policy of repur chase of the railroads was finished the public debt of Russia amounted to 6 629 millions of roubles By December 31 1912 after the liquidation of the ex penses caused by the war with Japan and after th


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 96]

    /1918

    e war did not exceed 12 billions of francs in nominal capital The wonderful results of Russian commerce and industry before the war obtained through foreign capital had certainly made the French public buy Russian paper But the real reason of the success of this paper was the sym pathy that thp French always have had towards the Russian nation Tt is therefore impossible con cludes Mr thery that this great peo ple of 176 millions habitants should ratify when they will regain their po litical equilibrium the annulment of their foreign debt Otherwise Russia would condemn herself to perpetual misery in the sense that nobody in the world not even the German bankers would lend her finan cial aid THE FRENCH BUDGET OF 1918 The chairman of the Budget Com mission Mr Louis Mar


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 99]

    /1919

    a tax of five per cent has been voted on all advertisements in newspapers magazines and other pub lications The Senate has however not accepted the suppression of the tax on luxury This tax will thus continue for the time being The partisans of the The following facts and figures con cerning the large French banks are taken from an article in UEconomisie Europeen signed by Mr Edmond thery In spite of the unusual conditions during the war the largest financial in stitutions of France have maintained their normal conditions of work From June 30 1914 till December 31 1918 the Credit Foncier de France has augmented its capital and reserves Digitized by 46 Google


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    NI Bulletin

    4/1/2007

    sformed into coins of 50 25 and 12 l A stuivers The daalder of 50 stuivers weighed one ounce 30 63 g and the value was that of the Philip daalder of 1581 Figure 12 Delmonte 55 1 plate coin enlarged xl 5 Ypres besieged by the troops of the Prince of Parma August 1583 April 1584 Hungarian ducat 1526 of Louis II countermarked with the letter Y Delmonte 551 this coin Comes from the thery Vinchon collection sale Paris October 23 1963 and the Veldeman collection Elsen sale 62 June 24 2000 Of the greatest rarity 84


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 78]

    /1909

    the Chambers not to take it up for discussion while the matter is still under negotiation with the Austrian Government The government even refuses before the conclusion of these negotiations to re veal their results to the Chambers BANKING PROGRESS IN FRANCE A CONSIDERABLE increase in the resources of the five big French joint stock banks is shown in the semi annual summary made by M Edmond thery editor of L Economiste Euro peen in the issue of February 26th last It appears that from December 31 1907 to December 30 1908 cash on hand or on deposit increased from 329 200 000 francs to 407 200 000 francs commercial assets from 2 413 800 000 francs to 2 722 100 000 francs debtor current accounts from 1 203 400 000 francs to 1 226 900 000 francs deposits and creditor current


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 78]

    /1909

    FOREIGN BANKING AND FINANCE 813 the Societe Generate by 23 800 000 francs M thery declares that the low rate of interest outside the Bank of France and the large amount of stocks carried denote an abundance of capital on the Paris market He says how ever that apart from the economic signs which tend to demonstrate it the situa tion of the joint stock banks does not show that increase in deposits at sight would prove that capital has been di verted from participation in


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 67]

    /1903

    VS SOFT MONEY 427 The unprecedented production of gold for tbe past few ears has paved the way for supplying all the gold this rich country needs to fill the channels of trade The increase to nearly 400 million dollars in gold certificates in the past three years to save abrasion and perfectly serve our wants in every way is in line with the trend of all Europe as expressed by Prof Edmund thery in L Economist Europeen in 1898 He said the gold in European banks increased in fourteen years 1883 to 1897 from 700 million dollars to 1700 million dollars and that In all sound money countries tbe bank note is in course of becoming a simple gold certificate redeemable on demand No Precedent for the Issue of Asset Currency by Numerous Small Banks I assert without fear of intellig


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 67]

    /1903

    There are three large banks in Italy and three in Greece Sweden has a large State bank and some private banks that issue currency based on a deposit of mortgages etc in public custody Is it not clear from the foregoing that the great centralized institutions of European nations are assuming the issuing functions of the currency with a metallic foundation as heretofore referred to in Prof thery s article Digitized by


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1880 Numismatics Periodicals

    huddled about it in a bare clayey yard Outside were great orchards dusky and cool in the hot noonlight the gnarled trees soon to redden with old fashioned Baldwins and Rambos and knotty golden quinces beyond these the fields of In dian corn rolled over the low hills the blades shining dark and green in the glare or fields of oats the wind sending gray ripples over them or an ashy fea thery stretch of buckwheat mounting up the hill side The farmer s wife in her calico gown her hair knotted in a little knob back from her sallow face was usu ally in sight somewhere and always at work She was picking peas in the gar den or she was making soap in a huge smoking caldron hung over a fire near the well or she was drawing great loaves of flaky bread from an oven in the yard whil


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1880 Numismatics Periodicals

    We are half way now said Judge Hixley when they reached the little town of Webster There is a bridge hyah over the Tuckaseege which I discovered five years ago that I wish toll show you It is built on square piers of logs which have been filled in with earth The wood has decayed and out of the earth wild vines have grown the red leafed ivy passion flowers pink sweet brier and fea thery fern cover the piers and the bridge and trail into the water There are steep quiet banks at either side the river is crystal clear and across it hangs this span of plumy leaves and flowers It belongs toh fairy land You will see it at the next turn Ah h Over the river stretched a tight solid bridge of bare new pine planks 44 Lookin at our improvement said a lank jawed fellow sitt


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1881 Numismatics Periodicals

    rely day had dawned It was a plaintive little twittering a lone voice of the lonely wood that usher ed in this August day How different from the full chorus of a thousaud song sters that heralds the dawn of a day in spring Soon a dull gray light began to filter down through the dark gray fog Then the song ceased Dawn had come to our dimmer eyes The cheerful fire had turned into a fea thery mass of white ashes where one live coal glowed like a fiery eye Over this George builds a cob house of chips and is soon rewarded with a blaze I take a plunge into the stream and before 1 am fairly dressed George calls to breakfast buckwheat cakes smoking hot fried salt pork and a steaming cup of coffee We sit on log or stump or box and with tin plate in lap make a royal meal 44


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1881 Numismatics Periodicals

    t of cackling from some hen echoed by the cock proclaim ing the new laid egg the lowing of cattle from the distant pasture field the rhyth mical stroke of whetstone on cradle blade from where the reaper is cutting an up land buckwheat field noises that do not break the solitude but only tend to inten sify it The old farmer who owned the place a tough homespun old fellow with a lea thery face and a prickle of frosty beard of two days growth on his cheeks saw us sketching and came sauntering across the fields to where we sat the while he ab seutly chewed a wheaten straw He was interested but a little dubious A map agent had come about some time before and had wanted to make a picture of his place k but he charged like blazes fifty r a hundred dollars r more He t


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals



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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1880 Numismatics Periodicals

    shadowy smile The rough walls and beams of the chap el w ere decorated with fine spray like lines of evergreen all x inting toward the chan cel thei e w as not a solid spot upon which the eye could rest no upright branches in the cornel s no mas sed bunches over the window s no stars of Bethlehem anchors or nondescript Greek letters the whole chapel w as simply outlined in light fea thery lines of green which reached the chancel entered it played about its walls and finally came together under the one massive wreath whose even circle and thick foliage held them all firmly in place and ended their w anderings in a restful quiet strength While the tw o sUmhI gaz ing the lemon colored light hwled and al most immediately it was night the red glow shining out under the door


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1883 Numismatics Periodicals

    vertical walls afford resting places to myriads of sea fowl The vio Let crested cormorant builds its nest wher ever it can find a cranny or can burrow into a pocket of loose soil Harlequin ducks of the gayest plumage gulls murres guillemots petrels and sandpipers also abound and during the breeding season the air is filled with shrill cries Bright flowers colored lichens and fea thery grasses are seen on the seamy face Digitized by Gck igle Original from UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1883 Numismatics Periodicals

    742 HARPER S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE buildings the wooden and even the stone fences the spires of dead grass and the unsightly skeletons of weeds were all incased in ice and touched by the magic wand of beauty The mountain tops however surpassed all other objects in the transfigured world for upon them a heavy mist had rested and frozen cloth ing every branch and spray with a fea thery frost work of crystals which in the sun lighted distance was like a great shock of silver hair There were draw backs however to this marvellous scene There were not a few branches already broken from the trees and Mr Clifford said that if the wind rose the weight of the ice would cause great destruction They all hastened through breakfast Leonard and Webb that they might re lieve th


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1884 Numismatics Periodicals

    f nn hoai s aud vrdrke iiils jrr ce ffil groijiiwof pa lareVjaiiicL n4 f r t lj0 n i tieiy t1iat go kidKs jpfcli of At t u f wViN n etiOugh ta lii r broke Ui Hy k i Pgu eyplftnija of 4 i gJ rfe the hearty Iai g1h h4 pictureisque B of tke city 0I4 womaii k t i ui tlie iii ii tli e ilHyev is We rvf pivlly kpprfa h r bf tW io the desiiiiktl W TOftii h hnflihf we left thery a paN8yl i ti fe Witm yoh git if fe


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1888 Numismatics Periodicals

    is now whispered abroad and where in all the mystic alchemy of odors or attars shall you find such a witching fragrance as this which is here borne on the diaphanous tide of the jealous gliding mist and fills the air with its sweet en chantment the stilly night s own spirit guised in perfume Yonder bright clus ter deep within the recess of the alders how it glows fanned by numerous fea thery wings it glimmers in the dark like a phosphorescent aureole verily as though some merry will o the wisp tired of his dancing had perched him there while other luminous spires rise above tlie mist or here and there hover in lambent banks beyond or like those throbbing fires be neath the ocean surge illume the fog with half smothered halo This lustrous tuft at our elbow Let us turn ou


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1893 Numismatics Periodicals

    whatever to the external form of the stamen Why then this remark able divergence Here is an anther with its two cells connected lengthwise and opening at the sides perhaps balanced at the centre upon the top of its stalk or fila ment or laterally attached and continu ous with it here is another opening bv pores at the tip and armed with two or four long horns here is one with a fea thery tail In another the twin cells are globular and closely associated while in its neighbor they are widely divergent Another is club shaped and opens on either side by one or more upraised lids and here is an example with its two very unequal cells separated hy a long curved arm or connective which is hinged at t he 2 Digitized by Gck igle FIG 1 A ROW OF STAMENS tip of its filament


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    Harper's New Monthly Magazine

    /1894 Numismatics Periodicals

    ose colored damask had the stamp of the First Empire In one cor ner stood a bedstead with silver legs of Indian design but what gave to the place its peculiar cachet was its collection of exotic curiosities grouped on the tables and carefully protected by glass globes There was a ship under full sail tossing on a stormy sea of green glass a swallow embalmed among gilt flowers and a lea thery and hairless stuffed cat playing on a harp There was also an abundance of clocks one of the familiar Connecticut brand with pointed apex but with one of its pinnacles missing and another clock placed in the broad stomach of a jovial sailor In the new section of the palace the court yard just above the great outer keep uriginal from UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine

    /1912 Numismatics Periodicals

    ern imircHiy dmU W ho with it mo or vyormih t not tin millionaires In Obeii o I And don t pretend vmu don t vlwo s a h rt a d t h ar it sfontly o to rhow i TjV snob e horeo it of Ohienin Fni Verify WAs in t M r Koyke ij proved that AyJi lv j ret t th n i rt hdered mere A tjnih that U t eoi dtvbH nvniY il thrijUny t y he x o o i partioliy tamed dMn thery js a irood elufiioo of eatehiny children chihiren inily uv m of their th n 5 littfT pb ndhlly i d rulde in n S opreni ey j rt vv hiJ o am fro un oc n hi lecla ij arUner tdwe c wliero t v rr in imuldv moi and T rn fdm do r e and hire rbxly of living Vak t 3 t Go gle


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine

    /1914 Numismatics Periodicals

    h us Uly wjhole life has been We losr her when was a baby But governed by mother by her wishes by when you love ptopk a very great deal what bt would have told toe what she t he y don t realty dtv m you if you won lv have wanted me to do to be to love then you keep iluin earn to think Don t v o t r father The mutian isbghed Thac is never doced let your fa thery theory she said Hr her did 1 never rattght you tlj a tf The the had Even MarnA heard the bitterness in left the woman s voice when she spoke the tone She stiffened a little and now it w e hat toneless like the voice of looked at stranger with widened the irisfrugred eyes 1 found that our for myself Wufiiikhe cannot hear she said Wli o else has he foul you


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine

    /1914 Numismatics Periodicals

    tfp tlged mustn t thusk against tht hot ghetejm sky it was h was nofclc nf l on that sharp Urn that wv had towatfir saf dr vwi lilc lm for blKlc dots HHilerkim Tfefc T fcl Vvhole hdUldt set Tfp s uc h flicker tfo smoke into t o iii aty stta la fey k just jump mi Jiggle I yiK o that po agat tears fe body did that dfefe fesii fe idv ddy y Mow an thtp thery d hy cmistd feHgkf Ai v4 im u nvt W still fomm r I then i uuiii mini hail u hour at I was was srudj B ftamtgb VRhetr t r a tMiujiti a foreign missfewt ysccpr the fa off rout id y m butteries all Then lie sat fee


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine

    /1917 Numismatics Periodicals

    o hsid h yn bu y W profits that h 3 rd the prohje rri of inti tmg nis jfWJ sibW losses But he teaisrinyik p ny norniia must respond tn such a lettyt to Paddy H father pn the Itegtstrar letter paper and mtlosed in thy fe return enveirtfie yyv r And Paddy father didi P careful to so word t that po reply was nj essary n thery y s i id Ahdtughy W In this hd Paddy creditutr v 6f whom he s uUibt afte r thy ietiif Swiu ton 103 wds utTcimseibusly maiun thy fe Dicky had ah kea that Pcfddy father had open a rtVaftde hearty andi hiisng 5


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine

    /1918 Numismatics Periodicals

    ing alone If Tgo yoti won t suffer like some A of the weaker ones Life will p st he for you the way it was before vie married only broken now anti then hy marvelous fitele spells we ca n be together vAx little jeweled landmarks to anticipate when the mere knowledge that rye are jdaing our duty Napcy shivered as Billy conrimied then relaxed in his arms to listen thery s anythpr point John Augus tus We can r disappoint him When he asked me if I was putting the star on for pdal he rfltam Was f goitigT I ve been Weak bfecausk T didn t want to leave you I haven t faced the situation But johnny made me T wouldn t throw hjjt ttver ftp anything in the world He s a little hero himself I can t sit lu re and think what a much better man he ll m


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    Harper's Monthly Magazine

    /1918 Numismatics Periodicals

    in the cavernous shops of tieighy faded pallor of the street cheeks her boring sfrttits gtjes on an fTefiial cask stride to wonder about os malting and coopering Past ail this busy leisurely water It is a fantastic sort of watetvftpntj fount Sputters the dhrigetOws little rai not can you believe on an Augiist itfterV wniy snorting and putting b aek and noon that you are in th North thery forth We alfe4 ff iiJiir tn one of is a treasured slowness in the way the its moments of quiet when a man men unload the cotton bales at the Toted out to admonish us with high wha rves a doven jt the heeis foot for New England safca im eign to Now England Tfie air is full of Nc xt time you walk in front you a golden dust The paint scales from might yvalk a litfle nearer sc s if


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    Sammlungen von Heyden und Buhlers Ehrenzeichen



    du Departement de laCorreze M 1 Verausgabung Bronze vergoldet Dgl II Verausgabung Bronze oxydiert Dgl Ill Verausgabung v Vernon Bronze versilbert Medaiile der Societe des Sauveteurs Medailles de la C6te d Or 1889 Silber Abzeichen der Sauveteurs de la Dordogne 1880 Bronze versilbert Rettungsmedaille der Societo de Sauvetage de St Vallier Dr6me Inschrift Decerne thery u Silber Rettungsmedaille der Sauveteurs de la Mediterranee du Departement du Gard 1862 Inschrift Le Chevalier Tulin de la Tunisie president d Konneur 1868 Silber Dgl Inschrift Dussauce Goldbronze Rettungsmedaille der Societe des Sauveteurs de la Gironde 1855 I Verausgabung Ire emission Silber


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    Letterpress Copies of Letters Sent by the Superintendent, 1899-1905. Letters Sent by the Superintendent of Construction Regarding the Construction of the New Denver Mint, 1897-1905.

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

    it id tifih ii v M w not thu 1 W tlon u t I O o cr t hd rj it finullj toirf 4 1 Sir tu y i r tiMt thery did not to tt A ttl VO work 1 th honoo to put tl o to unu CO PI 1 the mu over t o i 6 v Uhln ton d c3 after f m V thor ao o ccu u du i t a uoh o n to ad no p a c to o t 0 t o oar ao tmt t d aeo v 3 rcrtjy pr a nont wore sufficiency cro t to rl nci eta fter t eir cenpiotion 1 utnlno o


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    The Shekel, vol. 28, no. 5 (September-October 1995)

    /1995

    example I would like to discuss the IVDAEA CAPTA series of Vespasian and Titus In the cause of brevity one branch of the Roman coinage the Aes copper based metal brass orichalcum etc will suffice in our analysis The Romans had no radio television or newspapers to expound the official desired propaganda to the local man in the street or to the distant farmer soldier or colonist but thery did have images on coins A foreign tradesman possibly an Egyptian Parthian or German could see a defeated Judea with a triumphant emperor on the reverse of a sestertius with the powerful message Behave yourself Don t let this happen to you The obverse of the sestertius featured an idealized portrait of the emperor usually facing right with a desired expression stern relaxed and never sm


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    Coin World [01/28/1981]

    1/28/1981

    n to life after being thought obsolete producing in terest or redeemed as a de faulting body is taken over Heller ruefully observes He writes off the possibility of redemption of a bond of the Czar the Confederate States of America or the successors of Mao And he continues tongue in cheek Never forget the gold en rule It isn t what things are worth that matters but what people think thery are worth Thus if some convul sion in the Kremlin or perk ing up in Peking persuades or deludes enough people into believing that miracles do happen the price of the affect ed busted bonds will rise and the wise few like I hope my banker friend will cash in on the folly of the deluded many It was ever so Money flows not from the poor to the rich but from the dumb to the smart


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    Coin World [02/05/1975]

    2/5/1975

    yet an nounced Four gold coins are planned by Nicaragua to be in 900 fine gold in denominations of 200 500 1 000 and 2 000 cordobas Lead Corpus Christi club New officers of the Liberty Coin Club Corpus Christi Tex Coin Club L R are Cal Lorfing president Richard Ricketts first vice president John Allen treasurer Ralph Watters second vice president and James Siptak secretary thery were installed at the Christmas dinner in the Chun Mei restaurant by John Face District 8 Texas Numismatic Association governor BOMBSHELL SALE 1975 SPECIAL 1949 D QEM BU ROOSEVELT DIME ROLLS 210 00 3 625 00 1853 Halt Cant BU 275 00 1794 Large Cent Choice AU NIce natural dark no porous condition Slight rub keeps from being BU 1450 00 1814 Large Cent MS 60 Uncir culated minor rim fau


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