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    1758 dollars

    American Bond Detector

    /1869

    Highlight: and comprised 1758 dollars. The second delivery was on the 1st day of December, and consisted of 5,300 half dollars. This embraced the entire silver coinage of the year. There was a small coinage of half dimes, but they were only struck as pattern pieces, for the purpose of trying the dies, and were not regularly

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    American Bond Detector

    /1869

    Highlight: and comprised 1758 dollars. The second delivery was on the 1st day of December, and consisted of 5,300 half dollars. This embraced the entire silver coinage of the year. There was a small coinage of half dimes, but they were only struck as pattern pieces, for the purpose of trying the dies, and were not regularly

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    American Bond Detector

    /1869

    Highlight: and comprised 1758 dollars. The second delivery was on the 1st day of December, and consisted of 5,300 half dollars. This embraced the entire silver coinage of the year. There was a small coinage of half dimes, but they were only struck as pattern pieces, for the purpose of trying the dies, and were not regularly

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    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    1/1/1884

    Highlight: of 1758 dollars; the second, December, 1794, of 5300 half dollars, the two comprising the whole of the coinage of that year made for circulation. A limited number of half dimes were struck in 1794, to try the dies, but none of them were issued. Tho deviation allowed by law, in the fineness of the silver coin of the United States, is .006, the lowest being .897 fine, and the highest, .903; the practical devia- tion is about half as touch; the deviation allowed by woight, (except three-cent pieces) is 1.5 grains Silver dollars (except the trade dollar) are unlimited legal tender. Silver half- dollars, quarter- dollars, twenty-cent pieces, dimes, half-dimes and three-cent pieces are a legal tender when offered in sums not exceeding ten dollars. There is no allowance for abrasion or wear;

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    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    1/4/1885

    Highlight: of 1758 dollars; the second, December, 1794, of 5300 half dollars, the two comprising the whole of the coinage of that year made for circulation. A limited number of half dimes were struck in 1794, to try the dies, but none of them were issued. The deviation allowed by law, in the fineness of the silver coin of the United States, is .006, the lowest being .897 fine, and the big! est, .903; the practical devia- tion is about half as 'much ; the deviation allowed by weight, (except three-cent pieces) is 1.5 grains Silver dollars (except the trade dollar) are unlimited legal tender. Silver half- dollars, quarter- dollars, twenty-cent pieces, dimes, half-dimes and three-cent pieces are a legal tender when offered in sums not exceeding ten dollars. There is no allowance for abrasion or wear;

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    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    1/2/1886

    Highlight: of 1758 dollars; the second, December, 1794, of 5300 half dollars, the two comprising the whole of the coinage of that year made for circulation. A limited number of half dimes were struck in 1794. to try the dies, but none of them were issued. The deviation allowed bylaw, in the fineness of the silver coin of the United States, is .003, the lowest being .897 fine, and the big' est, .903; the practical devia- tion is about half as 'much; the deviation allowed by weight, (except tlnee-cent pieces) is 1.5 grains Silver dollars (except the trade dollar) are unlimited legal tender. Silver half- dollars, quarter- dollars, twenty-cent pieces, dimes, half-dimes and throe-cent pieces are a legal tender when offered in sums not exceeding ten dollars. There is no allowance for abrasion or wear;

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    A description of ancient and modern coins, in the cabinet collection at the Mint of the United States

    /1860

    Highlight: and comprised 1758 dollars. The second delivery was on the first day of December, and consisted of 5300 half dollars. This embraced the entire silver coin- age of the year. There was a small coinage of half dimes, but they were only struck as pattern pieces, for the purpose of trying the dies, and were not regularly issued. The types were as follows: Obv. A head of Liberty, facing to the right, with flowing hair. Above was the word "liberty,' 7 and beneath the date "1794." To the left of the effigy were eight stars, and to the right seven, fifteen in all. On the reverse was an eagle with raised wings, encircled by branches of laurel, crossed. Legend, "united states of America.' 7 On the edge of the dollar was inscribed "hundeed E3 Q E * * cents * *BQE* * one * * dollar * * or * * unit EDO

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    History of Ancient and Modern Coinage

    /1871

    Highlight: and comprised 1758 dollars. The second delivery was on the 1st day of December, and consisted of 5,300 half dollars. This embraced the entire silver coinage of the year. There was a small coinage of half dimes, but they were only struck as pattern pieces, for the purpose of trying the dies, and were not regularly

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    American Bond Detector

    /1869

    Highlight: and comprised 1758 dollars. The second delivery was on the 1st day of December, and consisted of 5,300 half dollars. This embraced the entire silver coinage of the year. There was a small coinage of half dimes, but they were only struck as pattern pieces, for the purpose of trying the dies, and were not regularly

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    American Bond Detector

    /1869

    Highlight: and comprised 1758 dollars. The second delivery was on the 1st day of December, and consisted of 5,300 half dollars. This embraced the entire silver coinage of the year. There was a small coinage of half dimes, but they were only struck as pattern pieces, for the purpose of trying the dies, and were not regularly

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    American Bond Detector

    /1869

    Highlight: and comprised 1758 dollars. The second delivery was on the 1st day of December, and consisted of 5,300 half dollars. This embraced the entire silver coinage of the year. There was a small coinage of half dimes, but they were only struck as pattern pieces, for the purpose of trying the dies, and were not regularly

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    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    1/1/1884

    Highlight: of 1758 dollars; the second, December, 1794, of 5300 half dollars, the two comprising the whole of the coinage of that year made for circulation. A limited number of half dimes were struck in 1794, to try the dies, but none of them were issued. Tho deviation allowed by law, in the fineness of the silver coin of the United States, is .006, the lowest being .897 fine, and the highest, .903; the practical devia- tion is about half as touch; the deviation allowed by woight, (except three-cent pieces) is 1.5 grains Silver dollars (except the trade dollar) are unlimited legal tender. Silver half- dollars, quarter- dollars, twenty-cent pieces, dimes, half-dimes and three-cent pieces are a legal tender when offered in sums not exceeding ten dollars. There is no allowance for abrasion or wear;

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    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    1/6/1884

    Highlight: of 1758 dollars; the second, December, 1794, of 5300 half dollars, the two comprising the whole of the coinage of that year made for circulation. A limited number of half dimes were struck in 1794, to try the dies, but none of them were issued. The deviation allowed by law, in the fineness of the silver coin of the United States, is .006, the lowest being .897 fine, and thehigl est, .903 ; the practical devia- tion is about half as much ; the deviation allowed by weight, (except three-cent pieces) is 1.5 grains Silver dollars (except the trade dollar) are unlimited legal tender. Silver half- dollars, quarter- dollars, twenty-cent pieces, dimes, half-dimes and three-cent pieces are a legal tender when, offered in sums not exceeding ten dollars. There is no allowance for abrasion or wear;

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    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    1/4/1885

    Highlight: of 1758 dollars; the second, December, 1794, of 5300 half dollars, the two comprising the whole of the coinage of that year made for circulation. A limited number of half dimes were struck in 1794, to try the dies, but none of them were issued. The deviation allowed by law, in the fineness of the silver coin of the United States, is .006, the lowest being .897 fine, and the big! est, .903; the practical devia- tion is about half as 'much ; the deviation allowed by weight, (except three-cent pieces) is 1.5 grains Silver dollars (except the trade dollar) are unlimited legal tender. Silver half- dollars, quarter- dollars, twenty-cent pieces, dimes, half-dimes and three-cent pieces are a legal tender when offered in sums not exceeding ten dollars. There is no allowance for abrasion or wear;

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    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    1/2/1886

    Highlight: of 1758 dollars; the second, December, 1794, of 5300 half dollars, the two comprising the whole of the coinage of that year made for circulation. A limited number of half dimes were struck in 1794. to try the dies, but none of them were issued. The deviation allowed bylaw, in the fineness of the silver coin of the United States, is .003, the lowest being .897 fine, and the big' est, .903; the practical devia- tion is about half as 'much; the deviation allowed by weight, (except tlnee-cent pieces) is 1.5 grains Silver dollars (except the trade dollar) are unlimited legal tender. Silver half- dollars, quarter- dollars, twenty-cent pieces, dimes, half-dimes and throe-cent pieces are a legal tender when offered in sums not exceeding ten dollars. There is no allowance for abrasion or wear;

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