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    10-G

    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 1

    Highlight: 10-G, 10-h, 11-G, 11-H, 11 1/2-G, 12-G, 12-1, and 22-P. In laying out his photographic plate he grouped all but the last of these together in the upper right quadrant, apparently based upon their obverse style, which is similar. He placed 22-P in the lower left of the plate, although in the text he noted that its obverse resembled 10 in many respects. This anomalous placement may have been made necessary in order to accommodate the photographic layout of obverses 21-24. In the years following publication of Maris’ catalogue several new combinations and dies were discovered, including 7-C, 8 1/2-C, 10-gg, lO-oo, 10 1/2-C, and 11-hh, making a grand total of 17 different varieties. Only three of these are collectable, 11-H, 12-G, and 12-1; the rest are rare to unique. Maris 7-C, 7-E, and 8-F

    A topical index to the John J. Ford, Jr. series of auction catalogs (2003-2013) is at:

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 96

    1/2/1994

    Highlight: Groups I-IV Issnediate Fasdlies Analytical Comparisons Style Style Low Heavy Medal Coin One Two Weight Weight Turn Turn Group I Group I Group I Group II Group II “ - 9-G 9-G 9-G 10-G 10-G 10-G 10-h 10-h 10-h 10 -gg 10 -gg 10 -gg lO-oo lO-oo lO-oo 11-H 11-H 11-H (most) 11-H (few) 11 -hh 11 -hh 11-hh 11 1/2-G 11 1/2-G 11 1/2-G 12-G 12-G 12-G (most) 12-G (few) 12-1 12-1 12-1 (most) 12-1 (few) 22-P 22-P 22-P CONCLUSIONS The immediate No Coulter families in Groups I and II are remarkably homogeneous. In terms of metrology and style their varieties are very similar. They are further linked by the presence of the Date Under Plowbeam varieties, which are found in no othergroup. When the extended members 6-C and 6-D are added to Group I the metrology hardly changes at all, although a new stylistic

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    The New York Americana Sale

    Highlight: The Maris-Garrett 10-G is probably the only example with a longer provenance chain. From the Joel Geoffrey Collection; previously Bowers and Merena's sale of the Norweb Collection , Part I , October 1987 , Lot 1309 , with origi- nal lot ticket. Earlier ; ex. (J.W. ?) Scott; Dr. Thomas Hall Collection; Hall to Virgil Brand in 1909; Brand estate; acquired from New Netherlands Coin Company's 46th Sale , June 1955. Pleasing 1786 Maris 11-H 1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 11-H, W-4775. Rarity-6-. No Coul- ter. Fine-15. 143.8 grains. Attractive light to medium brown with tan devices, the reverse fields a bit darker and more mahogany than those on the obverse. Well centered and quite attractive, de- spite minor granularity that deepens at peripheries. A pit is noted under P of PLURIBUS, no other

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    53rd catalog of United States coins and currency, plus a few cased sets. [06/16-18/1959].

    Highlight: 10-G; H-9. Fine; probably should be called better, as there is appreciable mint lustre, but the central weakness would make it hard to convince the ordinary collector. 967 Two more 10-G’s. Very Good to Fine, light pin scratches. 2 Pcs. 968 A fourth 10-G; and B. 12-J. Latter with normal 50 C., large stars. Despite contrary redbook listing, this is at least ten times as rare as the 50/20. Fine and Good plus. Latter with notation “See April 1954 numismatist, p. 355.” This simply proved to be an inquiry by a Sgt. Jerry Simon about his example of the same variety. 2 Pcs. 969 1808/7 (B. 1-A, H-1), 08, 09. Very Good or better, last nearer to Fine. Type coins, as the head and eagle differ on the 1808 and 09; the cap is much larger on the 1808. 3 Pcs. 970 1808, 1809. Ex. Fine to About Unc., and Ver

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 91

    1/7/1992

    Highlight: Its diameters are similar to those measured on a few Maris 10-G, most 10-h, the majority of 11-H, and the unique 1 1-hh. They are much larger than those seen on other No Coulter varieties as Maris 7-E, 9-G, 10-qo, 1 1 i-G, 12-G, and 12-1. Its reverse die orientation is similar to that seen on No Coulter varieties Maris 7-E, 8}-C, 9-G, 10-G, and all but one specimen each of 11-H, 12-G, and 12-1. The new discovery has inspired a thorough study of the NJ No Coulter extended family of dies. There appear to be four distinct sub-groups within the extended family, one of which is linked to the clan of dies used at the Rahway Mint. The other three are small and compact. One is linked to another die family commonly attributed to the Morristown Mint. The other two are not linked to other dies outsid

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 5(152)

    15/9/1992

    Highlight: e 10/75. 10 (2) Die clash: Lot 2425 NASCA 4/81. 1 0 (3) Die break: Rim at 250 degrees through F in Fugio. Lot 6160 Kingswood Galleries 8/90. 10 (4) Die clash: With reverse G. STRIKE ORDER 10(1)-T(1) 10(2)-00(1) 10(2)-G{2) - BREAK 10 (1) -T (2) - BREAK 10 ( 2 ) - 00 ( 2 ) - BREAK 10 (3) - G (2) BREAK - 10(2)-T(3) 10(2)-G(1) CLASH - CLASH 10 (4) - G (3) CLASH - CLASH POPULATION / CENSUS / WEIGHTS 10-Gs): 150.2,151.9. 10-T Rarity 5: 1 XF, 4VF, 2F, 4VG, 4G, 1 AG. Weights (Grains): 158.6, 165.9, 153.3, 150.1, 150.1, 154.6, 150.5. 10-00 Rarity 8: 1VF. Weights (Grains): 161.6 SPECIMEN BANK (PLATES) 10-G NASCA 4/81 Lot 2424. Kingswood Galleries 8/90 Lot 6160. -353- XXVI / 152

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 91

    1/7/1992

    Highlight: Its diameters are similar to those measured on a few Maris 10-G, most 10-h, the majority of 11-H, and the unique 1 1-hh. They are much larger than those seen on other No Coulter varieties as Maris 7-E, 9-G, 10-qo, 1 1 i-G, 12-G, and 12-1. Its reverse die orientation is similar to that seen on No Coulter varieties Maris 7-E, 8}-C, 9-G, 10-G, and all but one specimen each of 11-H, 12-G, and 12-1. The new discovery has inspired a thorough study of the NJ No Coulter extended family of dies. There appear to be four distinct sub-groups within the extended family, one of which is linked to the clan of dies used at the Rahway Mint. The other three are small and compact. One is linked to another die family commonly attributed to the Morristown Mint. The other two are not linked to other dies outsid

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 5(152)

    15/9/1992

    Highlight: e 10/75. 10 (2) Die clash: Lot 2425 NASCA 4/81. 1 0 (3) Die break: Rim at 250 degrees through F in Fugio. Lot 6160 Kingswood Galleries 8/90. 10 (4) Die clash: With reverse G. STRIKE ORDER 10(1)-T(1) 10(2)-00(1) 10(2)-G{2) - BREAK 10 (1) -T (2) - BREAK 10 ( 2 ) - 00 ( 2 ) - BREAK 10 (3) - G (2) BREAK - 10(2)-T(3) 10(2)-G(1) CLASH - CLASH 10 (4) - G (3) CLASH - CLASH POPULATION / CENSUS / WEIGHTS 10-Gs): 150.2,151.9. 10-T Rarity 5: 1 XF, 4VF, 2F, 4VG, 4G, 1 AG. Weights (Grains): 158.6, 165.9, 153.3, 150.1, 150.1, 154.6, 150.5. 10-00 Rarity 8: 1VF. Weights (Grains): 161.6 SPECIMEN BANK (PLATES) 10-G NASCA 4/81 Lot 2424. Kingswood Galleries 8/90 Lot 6160. -353- XXVI / 152

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 96

    1/2/1994

    Highlight: The weights of 10-G, 10- h, 1 1 1 /2-G, and possibly 1 0-gg resemble those of Group 1. By contrast, the weights of 9-G, 1 1 - H, 1 2-G, and 1 2-1 are more robust and the popu lations of these varieties originally included many coins that reached or exceeded the statutory norm for the New Jersey coinage. Planchet sizes are generally medium, with the exception of some 1 1 -H in their late states, which are as large as those seen on some Maris 6-C of Group I. Other late state 1 1 -H are found on medium sized flans, so it is clear that at the time this variety was struck the coiners had access to both large and medium sized planchet stocks. The sketchy data for die sizes available suggests that obverse 1 0 and reverse G may have been larger than the others, resembling the sizes of obverse 6 an

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    U.S. Gold, Silver & Copper Coins featuring The New Jersey Collection of U.S Gold, Silver & Copper Coins & The John M. Foreman, Sr. Collection

    Highlight: AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE GROUP OF COULTERLESS VARIETIES EXTREMELY RARE MARIS 10-G Lot No. 1330 1 1330 1786 Maris 10-G (Low R-7). An extremely rare coulterless variety with an estimated population of 10- 12 pieces. Medal axis, as always on the coulterless issues. Full date, legends, and denticles, and more than half the shield lines visible (which is unusual for this type). Strong detail on the horse j and plow. Harshly cleaned at one time, with resulting light uniform porosity; the piece has deep- ened in color since its last auction appearance, the reds mellowed and mingling with brown. Fine. 1 From the Virgil Brand Collection; New Netherlands; Harold Bareford in 1952; most recently in our May 1984 Greater New York Sale, lot 104. — 113 —

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    Selections from the Estate of Louis E. Eliasberg, Jr. and the Collection of Chester L. Krause

    Highlight: The Taylor-Rescigno Maris 10-G Rarity-6+ 2139 1786 New Jersey copper. Maris 10-G, W-4740. Rarity-6-i-. No Coulter. Fine-15. 124.0 gns. Light brown devices contrast with slightly darker fields on the lightly granular obverse. The reverse is rougher, mostly medium brown with some shallow darker scale below the shield. The obverse is aligned trivially to 3:00, with the outside edge of the denticles visible at 9:00. The denticles are almost entirely present on the obverse, and the reverse is ideally centered. A good deal of the reverse detail is lost to roughness, but the legends are complete and legible. Most of the horizontal stripes on the shield may be seen. A dull old nick behind the horsehead is the only mark to note, one tiny rim nick at 9:00 on the obverse. A good looking example, nice

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    Early American Coin Session, in cooperation with The Colonial Coin Collectors Club

    Highlight: Very Scarce Newman 10-G 1 Over Horizontal 1 6783 1787 Fugio Copper. Pointed Rays. Newman 10-G, W-6700. Rarity-5. UNITED STATES, 1/Horizontal 1, 4 Cinquefoils. EF De- tails — Environmental Damage (PCGS). 1 52.3 grains. An extremely sharp example of this notable major variety. Struck notably off- center to 10 o'clock, but all legends and design elements are present. The surfaces are hard and glossy, dark brown that nears black, with lighter brown devices than contrast in attractive fashion. Some shallow surface roughness is present in the southeast quadrant of the obverse. Both sides show some extremely fine granularity under a glass, subtle striation atop obverse manifests most clearly under Gl of FUGIO and at the tip of the gnomon. A couple minor short scratches are present on the right

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    The January 2013 Americana Sale

    Highlight: Vlack 10-Gruises on the reverse. Sharply struck and well worth careful exami- nation. PCGS# 667. From the Ted L. Craige Collection. Earlier from New Netherlands sale of December 1968, lot 480, and apparently discovered in Europe shortly before appearing in that sale. Paper envelope with attribution and pedigree notes included. 11435 "1783" (Circa 1820) Washington Military Bust Copper. Baker-4, Vlack 10-G, W-10240. Rarity-1. Large Military Bust. Unc Details — Damage (PCGS). 110.1 grains. Deep golden-brown with chocolate-brown highlights. Choice to the unaided eye, but a sizeable gouge at the

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    The January 2013 Americana Sale

    Highlight: 201 3 Condition Census Newman 10-G Rarity 1 Over Horizontal 1 11581 1787 Fugio Copper. Pointed Rays. Newman 10-G, W-6700. Rarity-5. UNITED STATES, 1/Horizontal 1, 4 Cinquefoils. EF Details — Bent (PCGS). 160.3 grains. An important new addition to the Condition Census of this ma- jor variety, combining the 1 over Horizontal 1 obverse (New- man obverse 10) with a UNITED STATES reverse, the such only die marriage in the Fugio series. The surfaces are glossy light brown with just a hint of fine granularity and olive ton- ing around some devices and legends. Though the PCGS holder indicates this coin is "bent," there is no evidence of this to be seen. A couple of little marks are seen left of the sunface, trivial batch of raised scale below right side of sun- dial, really excellent visual appea

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    The August 2013 Chicago ANA Auction, U.S. Coins

    Highlight: 2013 High-Grade Newman 10-G Rarity 1 /Horizontal 1 1352 1787 Fugio Copper. Pointed Rays. Newman 10-G, W-6700. Rarity-5. UNITED STATES, 1 /Horizontal 1, 4 Cinquefoils. EE Details — Scratch (PCGS). 147.5 grains. A high grade example of this major variety, combining a the lone 1 /Horizontal 1 obverse with a UNITED STATES reverse to create a full Rarity-6 die marriage that appears on every Redbook collector s want list. The surfaces are smooth and attractive light brown, offering lovely eye appeal despite some localized pitting in the upper right reverse. Some harmless verdigris is noted under a class. A dull old scrape to the upper left of the sundial has resulted in the grade as assigned, but both sides are notably free of other marks. In terms of sharpness, this ranks with the best Newman

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    The Henry P. Kendall Foundation Collection

    Highlight: Salmon 10-G. Rarity-6. IN at Bottom. VF-20 (PCGS). CAC. 71.14 grains. 26.3 x 26.5 mm. Struck from the slightly later die state of Noe- 13 that Eric Newman first described as Noe 13.3 in his work The Secret of the Good Samaritan Shilling, Numismatic Notes and Monographs 142. Pointing out the recutting atop the tree, the creation of a serif at the top of the second S in MASATHVSETS, and the newly forked crossbar atop the nearby T, Newmans description of this die state and the one that follows (Noe 13.6) have managed to bedevil most people trying to find the spot to drop their Oak Tree shilling on the Noe 13 to Noe 14 continuum. This is a very pleasing example, toned in deep even gray and showing superb surface quality. Only the most minor surface marks are present, including a tiny nick abov

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    United States Coins, Paper Money, Medals and Tokens: Featuring Selections From the Johansson Collections, Werner Amelingmeier Collection, and Others

    Highlight: Maris 10-G. No Coulter. Uncertain Mint. Rarity-6-»-. 126.1 grains. Struck Medal Turn. Fine. On the obverse, the devices and legends are well defined, their light tan color standing out against fields that are a deeper clay brown in tone and are uniformly porous. There are also areas of darker ebony-brown as well as some pits around ‘EA’ of CAESAREA. The reverse is a deep ruddy brown and is evenly granular over its surface. Legends are bold but for the ‘US’ of PLURIBUS, and the shield is fully outlined, with some horizontal lines plainly visible in the shield. Many tiny knocks and scratches are noted around the edge, but they do not intrude upon any of the legends or devices. Relatively pleasing on the overall, especially the bold, all important obverse. Stack’s offered both of the previous

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    The Asylum, April-June 2012

    1/4/2012

    Highlight: 10-G, 59-mm, 9'G, 21 '/2-R, and 18-L.

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    The C4 Newsletter, Summer 2000

    1/6/2000

    Highlight: 10-G, 1114-G, 17-J, 18-M, 19-M, 21-R, 22-P, 24-1, 27-j, 30-L, 31-L, 34-J, 34-v, 35-J, 35-w, 38-c, 42-c, 42’/ 2 -c, 45-d, 49-f, 50-f, 55-m, 56-n, 57-n, 58-n, 59-o, 66-v, 71-y, 73-aa (2), and a Running Fox colonial cufflink. E-mail Groups Started By Robert Merchant A C4 e-mail group has been started at www.egroups.com . This e- mail group will allow all C4 members who have e-mail accounts to communicate online. The e-mail address is " colonial coins@egr o ups.com" . To register and join, simply navigate to the following page: http://www.egroups.com/subscribe/colonial-coins . You will have to register and then subscribe — it's easy. Some of the features that are available at egroups.com are: - egroups com supports attachments (such as images) with e-mail messages. 11

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    The C4 Newsletter, Summer 2001

    1/6/2001

    Highlight: NJ VARIETIES R5+ TO R9 VAR R MIN HIGH VAR R MIN HIGH 7-C R9 1 1 35-J R6- 18 25 7-E R7+ 6 6 35-W R7+ 5 5 a-F R8 3 3 36-J R7- 11 11 8.5-C R8 3 3 37-J R6- 23 31 9-G R7+ 6 6 37-X R7- 12 12 10-G R6+ 15 16 38-L R9 1 1 10-h R7- 8 8 38-b R6+ 18 21 10-gg R8 3 3 40-b R5+ 32 38 lO-oo R9 1 1 41-c R5+ 27 37 10.5- R9 1 1 42-c R5+ 34 48 C 11-G R9 1 1 42.5-c R9 1 1 11-H R5+ 29 36 44-c R7- 9 11 11-hh R9 1 1 45-d R5+ 32 51 11.5- R7- 11 11 47-e R6- 25 28 G 12-1 R5+ 37 54 47.5-e R8 2 2 13-J R6- 20 27 48-X R7+ 4 4 15-U R5+ 29 40 49-f R5+ 34 53 16-J R6- 19 33 51-g R6- 25 34 16-S R9 1 1 55-1 R5+ 33 57 16-d R7+ 4 4 57-n R6+ 17 17 18J R5+ 27 39 59-0 R5+ 26 38 18-L R9 1 3 62-r R8 2 2 18-N R5+ 25 37 62.5-r R9 1 1 19-M R5+ 36 59 64-u R5+ 26 43 21-0 R5+ 36 61 64.5-r R9 1 1 21-P R5+ 38 55 66-u R7+ 4 4 26

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    The C4 Newsletter, Winter 2008

    1/12/2008

    Highlight: 10-G, 10- h, 10-gg, lO-oo, 11-H, 11-hh, 11 i^-G, 12-G and 12-1. Group IV consists of 22-P. The common design of the “no coulter” coins, with shaggy horse manes and microscopic dates, seems to suggest that they were all made by one die cutter. A study of the planchet sizes and the orientation of the dies, however, suggests that the “no coulters” are not the product of a single mint. Groups I and II appear to be linked to the Morristown mint, while Groups III and IV appear to be linked to Rahway. Michael Hodder has suggested that both Walter Mould and the Thomas Goadsby-Albion Cox partnership might have issued “no coulter coins” independently because they were both imitating the design issued by the New Jersey Supreme Court Could my coin be an overstrike? I am not aware of any “no coulters”

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    The C4 Newsletter, Winter 2008

    1/12/2008

    Highlight: the Maris 10-G is an R6-I- and the rest are R7 or rarer. 27

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    Coinage Of The American Confederation Period (COAC #11)

    /1996

    Highlight: Vlack 10-G. Obverse 10 has the point of the wreath touching the extreme left base of I. The A points slightly to the right of a bead, and the I of IN- DEPENDENCE has bead very slightly left of its center. The upright of the 7 points at a space between beads. The left serif of the W is defective, and the top portion of the C is defective. HINGTO may show recutting. The die is similar to Obverse 7. Die break at the rim below 8 extending to the right side of the 7. Another through the lower portion of NDE. Reverse G has three berries on the branch. The I points at the space between beads, and the A points at a bead. The T of the initials is over the left side of a bead. The S of the initials is over a bead, is slightly higher than the E, with the lower curve of the S point- ing to the center

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 10

    1/12/1963

    Highlight: 1 — B 10-G 16-H 1 -L 10-T 16-N 1 -CC 1 — z 11-A 17-1 1 1 — B 1 7 ~s 2-C 11 -X 17 -vw * 5-D 12 -M ie-H 12-S 18 -u 12 -U 18 -X 4-e 12-X 12-Z 12-KK 19 -M 5-f 19 -z 15 -N 19 -ss 6 - 1 W 15-R 15-X 20- R 15-KK * 20-X 7-T 14-H * 21-1 8- B 14-0 8-X 15-H 22-M 9-P 15 -K 9-Q 15 -V 25-ZZ * 9-S 15-Y 9-T Note: Combinations 1-Q and 9-L are believed nonexistant and are not listed above.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 31

    1/5/1971

    Highlight: 15-H R-6 R-6 4-E R-4 R-4 3 » i 15-K R-7 R-7 13 s j 15-V R-7 R-7 5-F R-7 R-7 m * 15-Y R-4 R-4 9 5-HH — R-8 4/2 3 l 16-H R-6 R-6 7 6-W R-6 R-5 M m 16-N R-5 R-5 7 -T R-6 R-4/R-8 5 * 17-1 ___ R-8 2/4 17-S R-7 R-5 8 8-B R-1 R-1 ■ 17-WW R-8 R-7 8-X R-3 R-3 9,12,15 ■ 3 ) 4 \ 18-H R-6 R-6 9-P R-6 R-5 1 18-U R-5 R-4 9-Q R-8 R-6 18-X R-8 R-8 2 9-S R-8 R-7 9-T R-6 R-5 19-M R-7 R-7 13 19-Z R-7 00 1 s 1 14 10-G R-7 R-7 19-SS R-8 R-7 13 10-T R-7 R-7 j i 1 20-R R-8 R-8 1 1-A R-6 R-6 20-X R-7 R-7 1 1-B R-3 R-3 8,9 ! 3 11-X R-4 R-3 ] 21-1 R-7 R-5 12-M R-7 R-5 ■ 22-M R-8 R-7 12-S R-7 R-5 5 12-U R-7 R-6 3 23-ZZ — R-8 6 12-X R-1 R-1 3 12-Z R-7 R-7 13 s 12-KK — R-7 g Notes are on the following page

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 44

    1/7/1975

    Highlight: 10-G Low 7 JHU, NJHS, Anton collection (3), Plainfield collection ex. Spiro collection. Long Island collection, Trenton collection, and another. 10-gg 8 Not in Maris. Discovered by Dr. Hall in April 1895, Massachusetts collection ex. Hall-Brand-Boyd. 10-h 7 NJHS, Anton collection, Rhode Island collection, Montclair collection, others. 11-G 9 Anton collection, about uncirculated, ex. Massachusetts Historical Society (Appleton). 11-H 6 m-G 7 JHU, NJHS, Craig (Maris plate coin), Anton collection (2), Montclair collection, others. 11 '-hh 9 Not in Maris. Discovered by Walter H. Breen, c. 1952. ex. J.N. Spiro sale of 1955. 12-G 5 MS 65 specimen exists in an Ohio collection. 12-1 6 13-J High 6 MS 65 specimen exists in Plainfield collection. 14-J 1 MS 65 in Anton collection. 15-J 2 15-L 3 15-T 4

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 69

    1/11/1984

    Highlight: tes Remarks 1-B R-6 R-5 R-5/R-8 1,17,20 NOTE 4,23 1-L R-8 R-7 R-6 1-Z R-7 R-7 R-7 2,21 1-CC R-7 R-7 R-7 4 known 2-C R-7 R-7 R-7 Club Rays 3-D R-5 R-4 R-3 3 Club Rays 4-E R-4 R-4 R-3 3 Club Rays 5-F R-7 R-7 R-7 Club Rays 5-HH — R-8 R-8 2,18 3 known 6-W R-6 R-5 R-4 7-T R-6 R-4/R-8 R-4/R-8 5 8-B R-1 R-1 R-1 8 8-X R-3 R-3 R-2 9,12,15 9-P R-6 R-5 R-4 1 9-Q R-8 R-6 R-5 9-S R-8 R-7 R-7 9-T R-6 R-5 R-6 10-G R-7 R-7 R-7 10-T R-7 R-7 R-6 11 -A R-6 R-6 R-6 19 11-B R-3 R-3 R-4 8,9 11-X R-4 R-3 R-4 12-M R-7 R-5 R-4 12-S R-7 R-5 R-5 12-U R-7 R-6 R-5 12-X R-1 R-1 R-1 12-Z R-7 R-7/R-8 R-7/R-8 16 12-KK — R-7 R-6 12-LL — R-8 R-7 18,26 5 known

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 79

    1/6/1988

    Highlight: this specimen appears to be a later striking than either the 10-G or 10-T combinations. Further -- the broken 0 puncheon and the thin upright of the N in WE ARE ONE suggest very late manufacture of the reverse die in comparison with others in the series. Accordingly it seems reasonable to conclude that these dies were used together very late in the overall production history of the Fugio coins. This specimen was discovered in early 1988 by CNL Patron Mike Ringo who plans to offer it at auction later this year. Our special thanks to Auctions by Bowers and Merena, Inc. for the photographs. On this new reverse 00, the positions of individual letters of WE ARE ONE and touch-points relative to the STATES UNITED on the band are almost identical to the configuration of reverse MM and without

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 143

    1/8/2010

    Highlight: August 2010 THE COLONIAL NEWSLEHER Sequential page 3604 NEW JERSEY COPPERS IN THE COLLECTION OF THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY Plate I: 1786 (Maris 10-G to 13-J) by Oliver D. Hoover; Burlington, Ontario" Introduction The partnership of Walter Moulid, Thomas Goaidsby, and Albion Cox received a two-year contract to pro(duce three million copper coins for the state of New Jersey on June 1 , 1 786. Their coins carrie(d the obverse type of a horse head and plow (derive(d from the state seal and an Ameri- can shiel(d on the reverse. The legenids give the Latin name of the state (NOVA C/ESAREA) and present the national motto of the Unitetd States (E PLURIBUS UNUM) for the first time on any coin. By the Fall of 1 786 the partners had fallen into financial (disagreement and (divi(de(d the coinage

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 143

    1/8/2010

    Highlight: Maris 10-G 1. 31mm, 138.1 grains. ANS 1945.42.640. 2. 31 mm, 1 29.3 grains. ANS 1 945.42.641 . Maris 11.5-G 3. 28mm, 1 34.4 grains. ANS 1 945.42.643. Maris 11-H 4. 31mm, 143.2 grains. ANS 1945.42.642. Maris 12-G 5. 28mm, 1 38.5 grains. ANS 0000.999.28470. 6. 28mm, 1 50.4 grains. ANS 1 945.42.644. Maris 12-1 7. 28mm, 161.5 grains. ANS 1 931 .58.504. 8. 28mm, 141.9 grains. ANS 1945.42.645. 9. 31mm, 143.5 grains. ANS 1974.177.3. Maris 13-J 10. 28mm, 146.9 grains. ANS 1945.42.646.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 143

    1/8/2010

    Highlight: August 2010 THE COLONIAL NEWSLEHER Sequential page 3606 NEW JERSEY COPPERS IN THE COLLECTION OF THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY Plate I: 1786 (Maris 10-G to 13-J) 9 10

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 156

    1/12/2014

    Highlight: Noe 13/Salmon 10-G 42. 28mm, 69.6 grains. ANS 1942.54.10. Noe 13/Salmon 11-G 43. 28mm, 72.3 grains. ANS 1946.89.89. 44. 28mm, 71.9 grains. ANS 1951.155.7. Noe 14/Salmon lla-GI 45. 27mm, 43.2 grains. Cut down as a sixpence. ANS 1990.49.6.

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 43, No. 6

    1/11/2009

    Highlight: NEWMANS 10-G, 10-T RARITY 5 NEWMAN 10-00 RARITY 8 DIE STATES 10(1) LOT 656 PINE TREE 10/75. 10(2) DIE CLASH; WITH NEWMAN T. LOT 2425NASCA 4/81. 10(3) DIE BREAK: RIM AT 250 DE- GREES THROUGH F IN FUGIO. LOT 6160 KINGSWOOD GALL- lERS 8/90. 10(4) DIE CLASH; WITH NEWMAN G. STRIKE ORDER 10(1)-T(1) 10(2)-OO(l) 10(2)-G(2) -BREAK 10(1)-T(2) 10(2)-OO(2) 10(3)-G(2) -[BREAK] -BREAK BREAK- 10(2)-T(3) 10(2)-G(1) 10(4)-G(3) CL-CL CL-CL NEWMAN 10(1) NEWMAN 10(2) NEWMAN 10(3) 330

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 44, No. 5

    1/9/2010

    Highlight: Sheldon 28 (10-G), Breen 10 (9-E) This is the fourth and final 1794 variety with 100 or more dentils on both obverse and reverse. Obverse 100 dentils: ILE crosses dentil 1 left of its center. The I is dotted by dentil 8. Dentil 47 lies below the 1. The upright of the 7 points between dentils 49 and 50. TOP points toward dentil 65. Dentil 90 dots the left branch of Y. As for the cracks on this die that affect dentils, I will identify them in order of appearance. The crack from the rim to the top of the cap starts at dentil 17. The very faint crack at 4:30 begins at dentil 70 and moves into the field. The crack from the rim to the nose starts at dentil 80. A crack develops at the center of dentil 31, moves into the field and joins a crack from the base of the cap. All these cracks are faint

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 44, No. 6

    1/11/2010

    Highlight: Breen 13 (10-G) Obverse 85 dentils: Same as Sheldon 30, Breen 12. Sheldon did believe that this obverse die was very similar to his obverse 1 1 of Sheldon 30 yet he still designated a new number for it.^ One should really take the time to read Sheldon’s Penny Whimsy and the aforementioned artiele by Craig Sholley to get the full flavor of this intriguing issue. (See photo) Reverse 84 dentils: Dentil 1 is totally left of ILE2. Dentil 3 dots the upright of T3, and dentil 18 praetieally dots the upright of D. Dentil 38 lies direetly below the 1 of the denominator of the fraction. A3 is dotted by dentil 47 and the upright of E3 is dotted by dentil 59. A2 points directly between dentils 66 and 67. Sheldon 32 (13-J), Breen 18 (12-K) This particular obverse die was appropriately named “Venus

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    Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 4, no. 1-4

    1/3/1970

    Highlight: NY 10-G 4934 R3VF+ 12. NY 105-D 5044 R3 F 13. N Y 630-Z 5445 R3 XF 24 MM 14. N Y 630-AN 5627 R3 VG CLPD 15. N Y 630 AS 5763 R3 XF 16. N Y 630 BB 5827 R3 UNC 17. N Y 630-CD 6277 R3 UNC 18. N Y 945 -A 6369 R3 XF 19. OHIO 165-BT 7167 R3F 20. OHIO 165-EQ 7770 R3 VG+- 21. OHIO 175 J 8232 R3 XF JACK R. DETWILER 22. OHIO 725 B 8714-Barnet R6 XF 23. OHIO 930-C 8986 R5 F 24. PA 750 T 9366 R3 VF 25. PA 765 F 9404 R4 F 26. PA 967 -A 9505 BR R3 VF+ 27. 6A/269 R4 VF+ 28. 16/300 R3XF 29. 31/279 R7 VF 30. 32/275 R7VF+ 31. 33/275 R7 VG 32. 34/278 R5 VF 33. 35/277 R5 F+ 34 36 INCUSE/36 R9 UNC 35. 43/388 R2VF 36. 45/332 CN R7 UNC 37. 46/339 CN R8 UNC 38. 52/430 OVER CN CENT R8 UNC 39. 54/344 R3 VF 40. 59/385 R2 VG+ STAR BAND 41. 61/198 R3 VF 42. 62/367 R3 XF 43. 64/362 R4 XF P.O.BOX 23185 44. 65/371 R4 VF

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    Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 5, no. 1-4

    1/3/1971

    Highlight: 10-G 4934 R-3 EF 42. 105 E 5046 R-3 VG 43. 630-B 5185 R-l VF 44. 630 D 5203 R-2 Unc. 45. 630 H 5218 R-l EF 46. 630 AB 5483 R-2 VF 47. 630 AJ 5604 R-3 EF 48. 630 AP 5654 BU W-M 49. 630 BB 5843 BU GEM Nickel 50. 905-C 6361 R-3 VF 51. 940-A 6364 R-3 VF Lot No. Description OHIO 52. 74-A 6507 R-3 VF 53. 100-B 6524 R-4 VF, sm. rev. scratches 54. 165-Z Uni. BU C-N 55. 165-AE 6908 R-5 G 56. 165-BW 7193 R-3 VF 57. 165-BY Uni. R-7 Brass 58. 165-CF 7232 R-3 VF 59. 165-CF 7235 R-3 F 60. 165-CW 7327 R-4 EF 61. 160-C 8184 R-3 VF 62. 170-A 8188 R-5 VG 63. 175-C 8196 R-2 EF 64. 175-N 8250 R-5 VG 65. 190-B 8353 R-3 VF 66. 200-18336 R-4 VF 67. 420 A 8513 R-6 VF 68. 535-A 8581 R-2 F 69. 535-D 8602 R-3 F, scratches rev. 70. 830-E 8835 R-5 F, sm. rim nick 71. 860-C 8907 R-3 AU, sm. stain, Brass 72. 995-B 9063

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 30, No. 1 (172)

    15/1/1996

    Highlight: 4 1 /2-pp 9 G/VG 5-C 8 UNC AND ANOTHER 6-C 4 AU(JWG)-AU(R.AUGUST)-XF+(GIBBONS:NOTE13)-XF(YALE)-XF-XF 6-D 1 UNC(EC)-AU(P)-AU(R.AUGUST)-XF+(T)-XF+-XF+ 7-C 9 ?ONE KNOWN 7-E 7 XF+(P)-VF+(N)-VG-TWO OTHERS 8-F 7 XF+(R)-XF(JWG)-VG(J.GOUDGE COINiBREEN PLATE)-VG 81/2-C 8 VF(T)-F(JWG)-F(EC) 9-G 7+ VF(EC)-F(EC)-F(0)-VG(NJHS)-?(NY COLLECTION) 10 1/2-C 9 F+ 10-G 6+ UNC(S)-XF+(NJHS)-VF+-VF-VF-F 10-h 7 AU(N)-XF-VF(S)-VF-VG:BENT(NJHS)-? 10-gg 8 XF-VG 1 0-oo 9 F/VF n-G 9 AU n-H 6- VF+(HG)-VF+(EC)-VF+(EC)-VF+(EC)-VF+(WC)-VF+(FOREMAN)-VF+(R.AUGUST)-VF+ 11 1/2-G 7 VF(NJHS)-F/VF-F-F-VG-VG n-hh 9 G(WC) 12-G 5 UNC-XF-XF-XF-XF-VF 12-1 5 AU(WC)-XF(SFPL90)-VF(FOREMAN)-VF(BARNES)-VF(TAYLOR)-VF SEE NOTE 19 13-J 6 UNC-AU(JWG)-XF-VF-VF-VF 14-J 1

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 1 (202)

    15/1/2001

    Highlight: Spiro lot 1436 95 10-G VF 6 Boyd Brand Ryder, lot 1207 96 10-h VF 7 Oechsner lot 1243; Spiro lot 1438 97 10-gg VF 8 Superior 2/99 98 10 Vi-C F 9 Stack’s 1/93 lot 990 99 1 1-H VF 5 Foreman lot 131; Bareford lot 105; Spiro lot 1439 100 1 1 Vi- G F 7 101 12-G EF 4 Stack’s privately 102 12-1 F 4 Barnes lot 6; Picker lot 1 84; Garrett; Maris 103 13-J EF 6 104 14-J EF 2 Maris Obverse Plate Coin 105 15-J UNC 4 Maris Obverse Plate Coin ex J W Garrett lot 1400 106 15-T AU 4 Stack’s 1/98 lot 175; Oechsner lot 1249; Spiro lot 1452 107 15-U VF 5 Barnes lot 12 108 16-L VF 2 EAN 10/98 lot 633 109 1 7-J VF 4 Maris Obverse Plate Coin; Picker lot 187; Garrett; Maris lot 373 110 17-b EF 1 B&M 3/90 lot 1220 111 18-J VF 6 Griffee lot 32; B&M 9/88 lot 3083 112 1 8-M VF 1 Griffee lot 33; Norweb lot 1326 113 1

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    Numismatic Literature Review and Fixed Price List, vol. 1, no. 2

    1/3/1995

    Highlight: Belanger (10-G.W. Parent (11-R.O. Montambault (12-J.O. Labrecque (13-L.A. Renaud (14-J. Dow (15-N. Macfarlane plus 2 portraits of Lt. Col. C.D. Salaberry and Lt. Rottot $75.00 Lot 100 Kathryn L. Behrens. Paper Money in Maryland 1727-1789. 1923. 98pp. As new. Tells about the economic conditions in Maryland, 1725. On to the passage of the Paper Currency Act of 1733, then attempts to Remedy Defects, Public Finance and the Sinking Fund, other issues before the Revolution, Early Paper Money of the Revolution, Issues of the later Revolution, the Last Struggle for Paper money and ending with the Bank Stock Controversy. .... $40.00 Lot 101 Providence National Bank. The Providence National Bank 1791-1941. 1941.52pp. xiii. As new. 28 plates and illustrations honor the 150th Anniversary $20.00 Lot 96

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 11, No. 5(62)

    15/9/1977

    Highlight: *1 Low N-10 (10-G) LL: PLS R-, PLF SPC Obverse 4: Stars 2,4,5, and 9 point between dentils cind stars 6 and 12 nearly do . Sixth star is right of coronet tip. Heavy inner circle joins dentil - 224 -

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 16, No. 3(90)

    15/5/1982

    Highlight: 10-G, 11 -A, 11-B, 12-NN, 13-N, 13-KK, 1 4-H , 14-X, 17-1, 23-ZZ , and 24-MM. ************* DICK PUNCHARD 8600 Queen Avenue South Minneapolis, Minn. 55431 FOR SALE: 1830 S-252 G4/AG3 Very late die state with obv . and lower left, rev. swelling. Smooth, brown $50. Catalogues: Woodward April 4—7, 1881 $30. Strobridge June 17—19, 1878 20. Harzfeld Nov. 26—27, 1880 25. Chapman Bros. March 2, 1881 15. Chapman Bros. April 14, 1882 25. Chapman Bros. May 3-4, 1901 30. ************* -pDRRI BLAH A 450 Birchwood Garland, Texas 75043 WANTED: Electrotype cents - 1793 Chain, Wreath and Cap and 1799. Prefer brown coins in VG, F, or VF grades, with plating intact. Please contact. ************* MIKE PETROZELLO WEBSTER, NY 14580 FOR SALE: Extensive offering of half cents - my personal collection - consistin

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 3(150)

    15/5/1992

    Highlight: 21-N 2 UNC-AU-XF-XF-XF-XF 5-C 8 UNC AND ANOTHER 21-0 5-*- UNC-AU XF-VF-VF-VF 6-C 4 AU-XF-XF-VF+-VF+-VF 21-P 5 UNC-UNC-UNC-AU-XF-XF 6-D 1 UNC-AU-XF-t-XF-XF-XF 21-R 7 VF/F-VG-VG-VG/G-G/F-OTHERS 7-C 9 TONE KNOWN 21 1/2-R 8 VF-G 7-E 7-^ XF+-VF+-VG-3 OTHERS 22-P 7 F-F(9KN0WN) 8-F 8 XF-VF-VG 23-P 2 UNC-AU-XF-XF-XF-XF 81/2-C 8 VF-F-F 23-R 3- UNC-UNC-XF-XF-XF-XF 9-G 7-*- F-F(20THERS) 23 1/2-R 8 VF-G 10-G 6-h AU-VF+-VF-VF-F-F 24-1 7-1- VF-VG/G(2KN0WN) 10-h 7 AU-XF-VF-VF 24-M 8 XF+-F/VG lO-gg 8 XF-VG 24-P 2 UNC-AU-AU-MANYXF'S 1 0-oo 9 F/VF 24-Q 7 XF-F-VG-G 11-G 9 AU 24-R 6 VF-VF-VF-F-F-F 1 1-H 6 VF-VF-F-F-F-F 25-S 6 XF-VF+-F-F-VG-VG 11 1/2-G 7 VF-F/VF-F-F-VG-VG 26-d 8 VF(MULTI-STRIKE)-VG/F(HOLE) 1 1-hh 9 G 26-S 5 XF-VF+-VF-H-VF-VF-VF 12-G 5 UNC-XF-XF-XF-XF-VF 27-j 7 XF-XF-VF-VF-VF-VF 12-1 6

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 24, No. 1(136)

    15/1/1990

    Highlight: NJ COPPER HARIS NUMBERS CONVERTED TO BREEN NUMBERS N 6-C B-936 fl 6-D B-937 N 7-C B-B82b M 7-E B-B82a H 8-F B-B81 H 8.5-C B-883 H 9-6 B-BB4a 4 10-gg B-B87a H 10-G B-B85 H 10-h B-887b H 11-5 B-8B4c H 11-hh B-BB6b H 11-H B-B86a H 11.5-6 8-8B4b H 12-6 B-884d 4 12-1 B-886C 4 13- J B-896a 4 14- J B-B96b 4 15-J B-896C ,115-1 B-896d 4 15-T B-B96e 4 15-1) B-896-f I lt-d B-B96i 4 16-3 B-B96g 1 It-. B-896h 4 16-5 B-897a 1 17-3 B-924 4 17-K B-895 B-923 4 17-b B-925 4 1B-J B-B92a 1 16-l B-B92b 4 18-4 B-891a 4 18-N B-B91b 4 19-1 B-890b 4 20-N B-890c 4 21-N B-893a 4 21-0 B-893b 4 21-P B-B94b 1 21-R B-894a 4 21.5-R B-BB9 4 22-P B-B87c 4 23-P B-88Ba 4 23-R B-888b 4 23.5-R B-B88c 4 24-4 B-B90a 4 24-P B-888d 4 24-Q B- 8 B 8 e H 24-R ......... B- 88 BP 4 25-S B-897b H 26-S ......... ...... B-B97c H 27-j B-90

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 24, No. 1(136)

    15/1/1990

    Highlight: O-QQdr M 1 1 -G B-906a M 31-L B-934 M ll-i D-QQAH m 12-6 B-9Q6b M 45-d B-935 M 73-aa B-835 M 10-G B-906c M 45-e B-B8ia M 11-H B-906d H 44-d MORRISTOWN MINT D-DQth m lt-hh B-906e M 43-d B-936 D_OQAr N 12-1 B-906-f M 43-Y B-937 0-QQ7 3 B-907 H 44-c B-938a D-DQ7K M 10-h B-908 H 53- j B-93Bb R-PQ7r m 22-P B-909 M 46-e B-939 M 59-o D-PPPa M 23-P B-910a M 38-L B-940a D-QQRH m 23-R B-9i0b M 38-Y B-940b R-RRRr m 23.5-R B-9i0c M 38-Z B-941 R.PPPrl m 24-P B-9i0d H 38-a B-942 R.RPfla m 24-Q B-9l0e M 39-a B-943a R.RPQl M 24-R B-910P M 47-e B-943b R-RRQ M 71 5-R B-910g M 47.5-e B-944 H 63-r R-RQfla m 24-M B-910h M 68-h B-945 R-RQfth M 19-H B-9H M 41-c B-946 R-RQftr M 20-N B-912 H 42-c B-947 R-RQ1 a M 18-M B-913 M 38-c B-94B B-B91b M 1B-N B-949 B-892a M 1B-J UNCERTAIN PRIVATE MINT B-B92b M 1B-L B-914 M

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 27, No. 6(159)

    15/11/1993

    Highlight: IN XF 40 3-C 6+ UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF-XF 4-C 8 XF(JWG)-XF(S93)-FCC(?) 4 1 /2-pp 9 ?ONE KNOWN 5-C 8 UNC AND ANOTHER 6-C 4 AU(JWG)-XF(YALE)-XF(BAREFORD)-XF(EARLE)-VF+(HG)-VF+(N) 6-D 1 UNC(EC)-AU(P)-XF+(T)-XF+-XF+-XF+ 7-C 9 ?ONE KNOWN 7-E 7 XF+(P)-XF+(NJHS)-VF+(N)-VG-2 OTHERS 8-F 7 XF+(R)-XF(JWG)-2VG-G(NJHS) 81/2-C 8 VF(T)-F(JWG)-F(EC) 9-G 7 + VF+(T)-F(P)-VG(NJHS)-?(EC) 1 0 1 /2-C 9 F+ 10-G 6+ UNC(S)-XF+(NJHS)-VF+-VF-VF-F 10-h 7 AU(N)-XF-VF(S)-VF-VG:BENT(NJHS)-? 10-gn 8 XF-VG 1 0-oo 9 F/VF 1 1-G 9 AU tt-H 6- 6-VF(35) 11 1/2-G 7 VF(NJHS)-F/VF-F-F-VG-VG 1 1-hh 9 G(NOTED WESTERN COLLECTION) 12-G 5 UNC-XF-XF-XF-XF-VF ... 6 VF+(SFPL 90)-VF(FOREMAN)-F-F-F-F 13-J 6 UNC-AU(JWG)-XF-VF-VF-VF 1 UNC(EC)-UNC(BAREFORD)-AU-AU-AU-AU 2 UNC(JWG)-XF+(HG)-XF-VF-VF-VF 3 UNC-AU-AU-XF-VF-VF 15-T 4

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 28, No. 5(164)

    15/9/1994

    Highlight: 10-G D.S. 0 Perfect Perfect (B & M Mar. 90 #1207) -297- XXVIII/164

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 33, No. 3(192)

    15/5/1999

    Highlight: The Maris 10 obverse has been covered in earlier census reports for the 10-G and 10-h varieties. The discovery coin was identified by Dr. Hall in 1895, went from the Hall collection to Brand, purchased by F. C. C. Boyd in 1945 and now rests in John Ford, JR’s collection (as noted in the Taylor Sale). The gg reverse is only known paired with the coulterless obverse 10. Unknown to Dr. Maris at the time of his writing his monumental NJ reference book (as was the oo reverse and 1 0 A obverse), this coin attracts major attention whenever offered for sale. Walter Breen describes the gg reverse as “shield long and of medium width, the middle chief point being considerably higher than the Dexter and Sinister chief points, and quite close to B. Pales of 4. I and B too high. Very coarse serrations.

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    A Historic Sketch of the Coins of New Jersey

    /1881

    Highlight: 10-G. Rare; I have seen only two of them. No. 11. — No coultar ; share longer than any other of this group ; the plow lower than in No. 10, not so low as in No. 9. Horse’s ears further apart than in either 9 or 10. Point as in the latter. Figures in the date, smaller. No. 11-G. W. S. Appleton, of Boston, owns the only coin combining this obverse and reverse, that has come to my knowledge. Rev. II. — A remarkably long shield, cuneiform; more narrow in proportion to its length, than any other. No. 11-H. Yerv scai'ce; as is the case with all of those without coulter. No. 12. — Head shaggy, like No. 9, but is shorter. The plow is longer than in any of this group. There is no point after the legend. No. 12-G. The most easily obtained of those having no coulter, although scarce. Rev. I. — Shield

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    A Historic Sketch of the Coins of New Jersey

    /1881

    Highlight: C tt 10-G. R* tt 31-L. C tt 57-n. R 5 tt 10— li. R° tt 32-T. C tt 58-n . R' u 11-G. IT tt 33— "Li . R 1 tt 59-o. R- u 11 -II. R ! it 34- J. C tt 60-p. R u m-c. R" tt 34-Y. R 5 it 61-p. R- tt 12-G. R’ tt 35- J. R s tt 62-q. C tt 12-1. R- tt 35- W. R" tt 63— q . c tt 13-.J. R' ti 36- J. R° ti 63-r. R : tt 14-.T. C tt 37- J. R tt 63-s. C tt 15-J. C 37-X. R 5 ti 64-t. c a 15-L. c tt 37-Y. R “ 64-u. R- tt 15-T. R tt 37-f. R tt 65- u. C tt 15--U. R* tt 38-Y. R tt 66-u. R' ; it 16-J . R 4 tt 38-Z. R tt 66- v. R i i 16-L. C tt 38-a. C tt 67- v. C i i 17-J. R tt 38-b. R 5 tt 68~w. R 4 tt 17-K. R tt 38-c. C “ 69~w. ll' 1 it 17-b. C tt 39-a. C “ 70-x. R' : it 18- J. R 5 tt 40-b. R 4 tt 7 i-y- PC ti 18-L. IV tt 41-c. R e U 72-z. R 4 tt 18-M. C tt 42~c. R 3 tt 73-aa. R’ ti 18-N. R' tt 43- Y. R 4 tt

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