Catalogue of Coins of Mrs. Marshall, Hobart, N.Y.
Listed in Attinelli, part II, p. 90. This is an exhibition of the Marshall collection, which Mrs. Marshall intended to offer for sale following the exhibition.
The ANS copy contains a related note on the back cover, which states:
“My dear [Benjamin?] Haines: I have this Catalogue for you, to prove that all the fools are not yet dead! The collection is on Exhib. at the Swine-itary Fair, and Mrs. Marshall proposes to sell them for ten thousand dollars (!) after the Fair is over. Ever thine, Numismatist. April 5th, 1864.”
The ANS copy is online at https://archive.org/details/catalogueofcoins00mars.
See also John Lupia's biography of Frances Maria Keeler Marshall at: https://sites.google.com/a/numismaticmall.com/www/numismaticmall-com/marshall-frances-maria-keeler