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    – MASON’S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY OF COIN COLLECTORS

    The William H. LaBelle, Sr. Collection

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    s a career but no he did not As a result the his tory of American numismatics as we know it is significantly different from what it might have been otherwise Late in the 1860s Haseltine became a business partner with Ebenezer Locke Mason Jr in Mason Sc Co and his collection was auctioned by Mason on November 16 17 1869 In the same year Haseltine s por trait appeared on a page titled– MASON’S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY OF COIN COLLECTORS of the United States No 1 published in Mason s Coin and Stamp Collectors Magazine The relationship proved short lived Mason was one of the most curious characters on the numismatic stage and no doubt a study of the psychology of his personality would make an interesting monograph In brief he was intelligent important and well connected in the coin hobby However he wanted to be rec


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    The William H. LaBelle, Sr. Collection

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    s a career but no he did not As a result the his tory of American numismatics as we know it is significantly different from what it might have been otherwise Late in the 1860s Haseltine became a business partner with Ebenezer Locke Mason Jr in Mason Sc Co and his collection was auctioned by Mason on November 16 17 1869 In the same year Haseltine s por trait appeared on a page titled– MASON’S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY OF COIN COLLECTORS of the United States No 1 published in Mason s Coin and Stamp Collectors Magazine The relationship proved short lived Mason was one of the most curious characters on the numismatic stage and no doubt a study of the psychology of his personality would make an interesting monograph In brief he was intelligent important and well connected in the coin hobby However he wanted to be rec


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    The William H. LaBelle, Sr. Collection

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    s a career but no he did not As a result the his tory of American numismatics as we know it is significantly different from what it might have been otherwise Late in the 1860s Haseltine became a business partner with Ebenezer Locke Mason Jr in Mason Sc Co and his collection was auctioned by Mason on November 16 17 1869 In the same year Haseltine s por trait appeared on a page titled– MASON’S PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY OF COIN COLLECTORS of the United States No 1 published in Mason s Coin and Stamp Collectors Magazine The relationship proved short lived Mason was one of the most curious characters on the numismatic stage and no doubt a study of the psychology of his personality would make an interesting monograph In brief he was intelligent important and well connected in the coin hobby However he wanted to be rec


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