James Booth Papers
James Curtis Booth (1810-1888) was Melter & Refiner at the United States Mint in Philadelphia. The James Booth papers are held by the Science History Institute in Philadelphia and the numismatic portions are presented here, courtesy of Science History Institute. Newman Numismatic Portal sponsored the digitization of this material in 2021.
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Statement of the amount of wastage on the Gold and Silver deposits received at the U.S. Branch Mint at San Francisco, and the amount of coinage and parting charges on the same together with the Annual Expenditures from Jan. 1st 1857 to Jan. 1st 1868.
Tabulation of data including: year, date of settlement, gold wastage, silver wastage, silver excess, coinage charges, total coinage, expenses in [United States] currency, expenses in gold. Dated after 1867, before 1887.
Letter from the Scovill Manufacturing Company to James Curtis Booth
A representative from the Scovill Manufacturing Company writes to James Curtis Booth (1810-1888) with an offer to supply Nickel to the United States Mint.