A Philadelphia literary magazine, c. 1830s, with occasional numismatic content:
1830 (May, p. 235) An engraving of 1791 and 1792 Washington coinage, including discussion of Washington's opposition to his depiction on the nation's coinage.
1831 (June, p. 270) One the earliest written accounts of the 1792 half dismes.
1834 (February, p. 49) Article on Asa Spencer's medal ruling machine.
1835 (June, p. 301) A biographical sketch of David Rittenhouse (first Director of the U.S. Mint), with a portrait engraving by Christian Gobrecht.
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Numismatic extracts from the The Casket, June 1835, including:
1) Portrait engraving of David Rittenhouse, by Christian Gobrecht (bound in between pp. 300, 301)
2) Short biography of David Rittenhouse, first Director of the United States Mint (pp. 301-302)