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    1842 counterfeit

    Featuring the David Fogel collection os Swiss shooting medals, coins, watches ... [08/10/1979]

    Highlight: 1842, Counterfeit replica of Mexico Mint type. Fine. . . 20.00+ -1/8 Real 28mm, Cast Brass, Counterfeit replica of Mexico Mint type with "A.M" counter- stamp, Fine+ 30.00 + -1/8 Real 27mm, Cast Copper 1842, Counterfeit replica of Mexico Mint type with "A.M." counterstamp, Fine 25.00+ -1/8 Real 28mm, Cast Brass, "A.M." counterstamp-Obv . incused "WB" Rev. -Massive planchet crack, VF 25.00+ -1/8 Real, 19mm, Monogram ,Rev. legend not complete , seems to read "Ano De-18--",FINE+ 25.00+ -1/8 Real, 19mm, FV AM-? "Monogram" , Crude, VF+ 25.00+ -1/8 Real, 28mm, Cast Brass (Counterfeit Replica with incused "JGX" on Obv., VF. . . . 25.00+ -1/4 Real, Counterstamp "Alvarado", VF 15.00+ -1/4 Real, V366, State' of Zacatecas , c/s Sauces/Sauces , c/s B and M on Rev, Fine . . . 10.00+ -1/4 Real, "Guadalup

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    Gobrecht Journal #43

    15/11/1988

    Highlight: At the Maine Numismatic Association show held in September I located an 1842 counterfeit dime like the one described on pages 112-113 of the Col- lective Volume Number Two. This piece grades essentially the same as the piece reported in 1981 but it is not the same coin. The piece I observed has numerous surface pits in the field between the seated figure and stars 10 through 12. I also have located an 1842-0 dime with a shattered reverse that does not match the A-3 variety illustrated in the Ahwash Encyclopedia. The reverse features a major die crack extending from the rim above the I in UNITED, through the letters TED STATES and exiting to the rim above the second S in STATES. Die cracks also are seen running through OF AMER with the R in AMERICA filled. Overall the piece grades a strong

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    Gobrecht Journal #43

    15/11/1988

    Highlight: At the Maine Numismatic Association show held in September I located an 1842 counterfeit dime like the one described on pages 112-113 of the Col- lective Volume Number Two. This piece grades essentially the same as the piece reported in 1981 but it is not the same coin. The piece I observed has numerous surface pits in the field between the seated figure and stars 10 through 12. I also have located an 1842-0 dime with a shattered reverse that does not match the A-3 variety illustrated in the Ahwash Encyclopedia. The reverse features a major die crack extending from the rim above the I in UNITED, through the letters TED STATES and exiting to the rim above the second S in STATES. Die cracks also are seen running through OF AMER with the R in AMERICA filled. Overall the piece grades a strong

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    Gobrecht Journal Index, Issues #1-120

    /2014

    Highlight: na 10 1842 p An 1842 Counterfeit Dime 2 7/1/1981 21 112 McCloskey, John Yes 10 1842 p Unlisted Seated Dime Varieties 2 11/1/1981 22 91 Frederickson, Major Tony na 10 1842 0 Rarity Plateaus For Liberty Seated Dimes 3 3/1/1988 41 174 Gray, James C. na 10 1842 0 Letter to the Editor - Recent Discoveries 3 11/1/1988 43 54 Fortin, Gerry na 10 1842 p Letter to the Editor - Recent Discoveries 3 11/1/1988 43 54 Fortin, Gerry na 10 1842 0 Liberty Seated Dime Survey Results : Section II, Varieties 3 7/1/1990 48 151 Fortin, Gerard; Greer, Brian; na 10 1842 0 The Allen F. Lovejoy Collection of Seated Dimes Sold 4 3/1/1991 50 212 Greer, Brian na 10 1842 0 An 1842-0 Dime With a Shattered Reverse 4 11/1/1991 52 260 McCloskey, John Yes 10 1842 0 More on the 1842-0 Shattered Reverse Dime 4 3/1/1992 53 261

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    CATALOGUE OF COINS, MEDALS AND TOKENS, MOSTLY AMERICAN, TOGETHER WITH A GREAT VARIETY OF RELICS OF THE ABORIGINES OF AMERICA. STONE IMPLEMENTS, MOUND POTTERY, &C., &C. ALSO A FINE COLLECTION OF UNITED STATES FRACTIONAL CURRENCY, CONTINENTAL AND CONFEDERATE NOTES, AUTOGRAPHS, ALMANACS AND ANCIENT FURNITURE. WITH A GOOD COLLECTION OF AUCTION SALE COIN CATALOGUES, PRICED AND UNPRICED, AND A VARIETY OF BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND PAPERS, RELATING TO NUMISMATICS AND KINDRED SUBJECTS.

    Highlight: 1016 Quarter Eagle of 1842. Counterfeit, in copper. 1017 Ring Dollar, U. S. A. 1852. Rev. Laurel leaves and berries. Original. Fine and rare. 1018 One Cent, 1854. Head of Liberty without stars. Cop- per, proof, scarce. 1019 Head of Liberty, 1855. Rev. “Not one cent, but just as good.” Copper, size of the old red cent, rare. 1020 Obverse like reverse of the last. Rev. Plain, copper, fine, and rare. 1021 Cent, 1858. Small eagle, oak wreath and broad shield. Nickel, proof, rare. 1022 Cent, 1858. Indian head. Rev. Laurel wreath. Nickel, proof, rare.

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    Mail bid auction : worldwide numismatic material including several important consignments of rare coins & medals. [06/20/1980]

    Highlight: 1842, Counterfeit replica of Mexico Mint type, Fine . -1/8 Real, 28mm, Cast Brass, Counterfeit replica of Mexico Mint type with "A.M." counterstamp, Fine+ -1/8 Real, 28mm, Cast Brass, "A.M." counterstamp-Obv . incused "WB" Rev. Massive planchet crack, VF -1/8 Real, 19mm, Monogram Rev. legend not complete, seems to read "Ano De-18--" , Fine+ - MINING TOKENS -1893, 13mm, Santa Juliana Mining Co., Jesus Maria coiled rope, Chihuahua, Mexico, XF-AU - HACIENDA TOKENS BY NAMES -Hacienda Haltunchen, 1891, 1/2 Real Lanz, Brass, 17mm, Campeche, Mexico, XF -Hacienda Haltunchen, 1891, 1 Real Lanz, Brass, 21mm, Campeche, Mexico, XF . . . . -Hacienda Haltunchen, 1891, 2 Reales Lanz, Brass, 28mm, Campeche, Mexico, XF . . . -Hacienda Marentes, 1891, 1/2 Real Lanz, Brass, 17mm, Campeche, Mexico, XF . . . .

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