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    American Bond Detector

    /1869 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 180 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    GOVERNMENT COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July IS 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The first return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 ti


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    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    4/1/1885 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    35 GOVERNMENT COUN 1AKFEIT DETECTOR SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July 18 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The liist return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 t


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    History of Ancient and Modern Coinage

    /1871 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 180 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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


    Read more

    American Bond Detector

    /1869 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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


    Read more

    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    1/1/1884 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    GOVERNMENT COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July IS 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The first return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 ti


    Read more

    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    6/1/1884 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    GOVERNMENT COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR 36 SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July IS 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The first return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 t


    Read more

    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    4/1/1885 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    35 GOVERNMENT COUN 1AKFEIT DETECTOR SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July 18 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The liist return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 t


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

    /1860 Mint Cabinet

    of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 73 5 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Trea surer was made on the fifteenth day of October 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


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    History of Ancient and Modern Coinage

    /1871 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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


    Read more

    American Bond Detector

    /1869 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 180 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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


    Read more

    American Bond Detector

    /1869 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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


    Read more

    American Bond Detector

    /1869 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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


    Read more

    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    1/1/1884 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    GOVERNMENT COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July IS 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The first return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 ti


    Read more

    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    6/1/1884 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    GOVERNMENT COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR 36 SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July IS 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The first return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 t


    Read more

    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    4/1/1885 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    35 GOVERNMENT COUN 1AKFEIT DETECTOR SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July 18 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The liist return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 t


    Read more

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

    /1860 Mint Cabinet

    of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 73 5 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Trea surer was made on the fifteenth day of October 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


    Read more

    History of Ancient and Modern Coinage

    /1871 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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


    Read more

    American Bond Detector

    /1869 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 180 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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


    Read more

    American Bond Detector

    /1869 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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


    Read more

    American Bond Detector

    /1869 Numismatics

    deposit of silver bullion for coinage took place on the 18th day of July 1794 The deposit was made by the Bank of Maryland and consisted of coins of France amounting to eighty thousand seven hundred and fifteen dollars seventy three cents and five tenths 80 715 735 The first return of silver coins from the Chief Coiner to the Treasurer was made on the 15th day of October 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


    Read more

    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    1/1/1884 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    GOVERNMENT COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July IS 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The first return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 ti


    Read more

    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    6/1/1884 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    GOVERNMENT COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR 36 SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July IS 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The first return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 t


    Read more

    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    4/1/1885 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    35 GOVERNMENT COUN 1AKFEIT DETECTOR SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July 18 1794 and consisted of coins of France to the value of 80 715 73 5 The liist return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 t


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    Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector

    2/1/1886 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    GOVERNMENT COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR 8 SILVER COINS OF THE UNITED STATES The first deposit of silver bullion for coinage at the United States Mint was made July 18 1794 and consisted of coins of Fiance to the value ot 80 715 73 5 The first return of silver coins was made by the Chief Coiner October 15 1794 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 ti


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