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    Bowers and ruddy

    The Autumn Sale

    Highlight: fied scrutiny. Some reverse graininess and staining is seen at OF as well as from the T in CENT across the wreath to M and ER. A decent coin that deserves a good look before bidding judgment is rendered. The popular and readily recognizable "Q" variety, a die break at the first 0 in the date rendering the nickname. Additional die break at top of obverse rim into IB below. Purchased privately from Bowers and ruddy Galleries. 4059 Trio of large cents: ☆ 1811 S-287. Rarity-2. Fine-15. Deep brown, faintly granular and typical for the date ☆ 1822 N-6. Rarity-3. VF- 30. Chocolate brown, nice despite a tiny reverse rim hit at 12:00 ☆ 1827 N-7. Rarity-3. EF-40. Glossy deep brown surfaces perhaps artfully retoned. (Total: 3 pieces) 4060 1813 S-293. Rarity-2. AU-50. Gorgeous chocolate brown with choice smooth surfa

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

    Highlight: Selections from the Estate of Louis E. Eliasberg, Jr. and the Collection of Chester L. Krause 1625 1879 AU-58. Brightly lustrous yellow gold with excellent eye ap- peal for the grade. Indeed, few would hesitate to call the reverse Mint State. From the Eliasberg Collection; Bowers and Ruddy's U.S. Gold Coin Collection sale, October 1982, Lot 759. 1631 1626 1880-CC Sharpness of AU, lightly cleaned lBowers and ruddy's U.S. Gold Coin Collection sale, October 1982, Lot 759. 1631 1626 1880-CC Sharpness of AU, lightly cleaned long ago, now retoning. Natural olive highlights and plenty of mint frost in the protected areas. From a mintage of 11,190 pieces, typically found VF to EF. From the Eliasberg Collection; Bowers and Ruddy's U.S. Gold Coin Collection sale, October 1982, Lot 764. 1633 1627 1880-0 AU-50 (PCGS)

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    Rare Coin Review, 1969-1994: An annotated index of the first 100 issues, number one.

    /1996

    Highlight: Early in 1971, Dave Bowers and Jim Ruddy resumed their numismatic partnership, forming Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Inc. The first RARE COIN REVIEW (RCR) to carry the Bowers and Ruddy name was numbered Volume III, Issue No. 10, March-April 1971. It was a large format, self-covered, 52-page issue. It has always been in special demand for those who wish to assemble a complete set of issues titled RARBowers and ruddy Galleries, Inc. The first RARE COIN REVIEW (RCR) to carry the Bowers and Ruddy name was numbered Volume III, Issue No. 10, March-April 1971. It was a large format, self-covered, 52-page issue. It has always been in special demand for those who wish to assemble a complete set of issues titled RARE COIN REVIEW. The highlights include an important offering of attributed Vermont colonials, many good

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    Rare Coin Review, 1969-1994: An annotated index of the first 100 issues, number one.

    /1996

    Highlight: Early in 1971, Dave Bowers and Jim Ruddy resumed their numismatic partnership, forming Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Inc. The first RARE COIN REVIEW (RCR) to carry the Bowers and Ruddy name was numbered Volume III, Issue No. 10, March-April 1971. It was a large format, self-covered, 52-page issue. It has always been in special demand for those who wish to assemble a complete set of issues titled RARBowers and ruddy Galleries, Inc. The first RARE COIN REVIEW (RCR) to carry the Bowers and Ruddy name was numbered Volume III, Issue No. 10, March-April 1971. It was a large format, self-covered, 52-page issue. It has always been in special demand for those who wish to assemble a complete set of issues titled RARE COIN REVIEW. The highlights include an important offering of attributed Vermont colonials, many good

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    The Philadelphia Americana Sale: Part Two

    Highlight: The 2010 Philadelphia Americana Sale The 1982 Sale of the United States Gold Coin Collection SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT The United States Gold Coin Collection - to be auctioned-by Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Inc. October 27-29, 1982 New York City An Unprtcedented Announcement With great pleasure we ennounte Ihr forthcoming sale at unreserved and unre- sarxied public auction ot The United States Gold CoiBowers and ruddy Galleries, Inc. October 27-29, 1982 New York City An Unprtcedented Announcement With great pleasure we ennounte Ihr forthcoming sale at unreserved and unre- sarxied public auction ot The United States Gold Coin Collection, the only complete collection ot date and mini mark varieties ot United Stales gold coins ever assembled The salt is lo be held on be- half of the owners. The Gold Coin Corporat

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 38, No. 6 (225)

    1/11/2004

    Highlight: llection Mayflower / Thurlow / 12-8-67 / Lot 105 / $1050 retained with a group of unsold lots Rarcoa / Saslow / 12-18-69 / Lot 105 / Plate / $400 described as “Very Fine 20 ... third finest known” Harlan Berk (1969-1972) private sale at $2000 William R.T. Smith collection (1972-7/74) offered at $2750 Blackburn & Blackburn / FPL / 1974 / $9500 - not sold described as “VF-XF, possibly finest known” Bowers and ruddy / Rare Coin Review 25 / Spring 1976 / $4900 - not sold Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 26 / Summer 1976 / $3500 - not sold Bowers and Ruddy / Edward Willing / 6-24:24-76 / Lot 82 1 / Plate / $2500 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 27 / Winter 1 976 / Plate $2950 - not sold described as “Fine to Very Fine with the usually seen porous surfaces.” Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 28 / Spring

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    Fixed Price List No. 3

    1/3/1983

    Highlight: 560 Wilson, R.A.. American Coin Book. 24, 25, 29 Edi- tions, all VG or better. $5.00 561 Boivers and Ruddy, The Springfield Collection. Dec. 14-18. 1981, 6298 lots, ill., F. $4.00 562 Bowers and Ruddy, The George P. Hetrich Collec- tion. Jan. 28-30, 1 982, 2573 lots, F. $8.00 563 Bowers and Ruddy, The Henry H. Clifford Collec- tion. March 18-20, 1982. 2573 lots, F. $3.00 564 Bowers and Ruddy, The Bowers and ruddy, The George P. Hetrich Collec- tion. Jan. 28-30, 1 982, 2573 lots, F. $8.00 563 Bowers and Ruddy, The Henry H. Clifford Collec- tion. March 18-20, 1982. 2573 lots, F. $3.00 564 Bowers and Ruddy, The Gerry Nelson Collection. April 30-May 1, 1982, 1773 lots, F. $3.00 565 Bowers and Ruddy, The Harbor Collection. June 2-3 and 11-12, 1982, 2363 lots, F. $3.00 566 Bowers and Ruddy, The Michael Steig Co

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 17, No. 6(99)

    15/11/1983

    Highlight: 's; Milton A. Holmes; Oct 5-8, 1960; L1377; Fine/VG; $320.00 A. Kosoff; Edward H. Schwartz; Oct 11-12, 1961; L54; Very Good 8; $115.00 Mayflower; Choice United States (Thurlow) ; Dec 8-9, 1967; L105; VF20; $1050.00 Rare Coin Company of America; Saslow; Jan 18, 1969; L65; Plate; $400.00 Rare Coin Company of America; 1971 Central States (Frank H. Masters) ; May 14-15, 1971; L64; Plate; $1600.00 . . Bowers and ruddy; Rare Coin Review 14; April-Hay 1972; About Fine /AG; v 7^5.00 Spink and Son; Fixed Price List; 1972; Extra Fine Stack's; S. S. Forrest Jr.; Sept 15-16, 1972; L662; XF45; Plate; $15,000.00 Rare Coin Company of America; 1973 FUN; Jan 4, 1973; L1110; Plate; $675.00 Paramount; 1973 Grand Central; Nov 8-11, 1973; Fine 12; Plate; $1500.00 Hew Netherlands ; R. E. Naftzger Jr;Nov 14—15, 1973; 1368; VF2.

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 18, No. 1(100)

    15/11/1984

    Highlight: 7A Paschal; Chatham; Kosoff; Montrose; Mayflower, Thurlow 12-67; Rarcoa, Saslow 1-69 HATE; Berk; CRT Smith; Blackburn; Bowers and Ruddy Rare Coin Review 25, 26; Bowers and Ruddy 6-76 PLATE; Rare Coin Review 27, 28, 29; Bowers and Ruddy 11-77 2075 PLATE; Via Loring; Pullan; Via Levi; (Unconfirmed 83) 7B Bowers and Ruddy 11-77 2076 PLATE; Via Loring; (Unconfirmed 83) 7C Stacks, Dupont 9-54 PLATE; RuBowers and ruddy Rare Coin Review 25, 26; Bowers and Ruddy 6-76 PLATE; Rare Coin Review 27, 28, 29; Bowers and Ruddy 11-77 2075 PLATE; Via Loring; Pullan; Via Levi; (Unconfirmed 83) 7B Bowers and Ruddy 11-77 2076 PLATE; Via Loring; (Unconfirmed 83) 7C Stacks, Dupont 9-54 PLATE; Ruby (.Switched with 8A) ; Superior, Ruby I 2-74 ELATE; Pine Tree, 1975 EAC 2-75 PLATE; Flynn; Bowers and Ruddy, 2-76 PLATE; (Unknown 83)

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 38, No. 6 (225)

    1/11/2004

    Highlight: llection Mayflower / Thurlow / 12-8-67 / Lot 105 / $1050 retained with a group of unsold lots Rarcoa / Saslow / 12-18-69 / Lot 105 / Plate / $400 described as “Very Fine 20 ... third finest known” Harlan Berk (1969-1972) private sale at $2000 William R.T. Smith collection (1972-7/74) offered at $2750 Blackburn & Blackburn / FPL / 1974 / $9500 - not sold described as “VF-XF, possibly finest known” Bowers and ruddy / Rare Coin Review 25 / Spring 1976 / $4900 - not sold Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 26 / Summer 1976 / $3500 - not sold Bowers and Ruddy / Edward Willing / 6-24:24-76 / Lot 82 1 / Plate / $2500 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 27 / Winter 1 976 / Plate $2950 - not sold described as “Fine to Very Fine with the usually seen porous surfaces.” Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 28 / Spring

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    Fixed Price List No. 3

    1/3/1983

    Highlight: 560 Wilson, R.A.. American Coin Book. 24, 25, 29 Edi- tions, all VG or better. $5.00 561 Boivers and Ruddy, The Springfield Collection. Dec. 14-18. 1981, 6298 lots, ill., F. $4.00 562 Bowers and Ruddy, The George P. Hetrich Collec- tion. Jan. 28-30, 1 982, 2573 lots, F. $8.00 563 Bowers and Ruddy, The Henry H. Clifford Collec- tion. March 18-20, 1982. 2573 lots, F. $3.00 564 Bowers and Ruddy, The Bowers and ruddy, The George P. Hetrich Collec- tion. Jan. 28-30, 1 982, 2573 lots, F. $8.00 563 Bowers and Ruddy, The Henry H. Clifford Collec- tion. March 18-20, 1982. 2573 lots, F. $3.00 564 Bowers and Ruddy, The Gerry Nelson Collection. April 30-May 1, 1982, 1773 lots, F. $3.00 565 Bowers and Ruddy, The Harbor Collection. June 2-3 and 11-12, 1982, 2363 lots, F. $3.00 566 Bowers and Ruddy, The Michael Steig Co

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 17, No. 6(99)

    15/11/1983

    Highlight: 's; Milton A. Holmes; Oct 5-8, 1960; L1377; Fine/VG; $320.00 A. Kosoff; Edward H. Schwartz; Oct 11-12, 1961; L54; Very Good 8; $115.00 Mayflower; Choice United States (Thurlow) ; Dec 8-9, 1967; L105; VF20; $1050.00 Rare Coin Company of America; Saslow; Jan 18, 1969; L65; Plate; $400.00 Rare Coin Company of America; 1971 Central States (Frank H. Masters) ; May 14-15, 1971; L64; Plate; $1600.00 . . Bowers and ruddy; Rare Coin Review 14; April-Hay 1972; About Fine /AG; v 7^5.00 Spink and Son; Fixed Price List; 1972; Extra Fine Stack's; S. S. Forrest Jr.; Sept 15-16, 1972; L662; XF45; Plate; $15,000.00 Rare Coin Company of America; 1973 FUN; Jan 4, 1973; L1110; Plate; $675.00 Paramount; 1973 Grand Central; Nov 8-11, 1973; Fine 12; Plate; $1500.00 Hew Netherlands ; R. E. Naftzger Jr;Nov 14—15, 1973; 1368; VF2.

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 18, No. 1(100)

    15/11/1984

    Highlight: 7A Paschal; Chatham; Kosoff; Montrose; Mayflower, Thurlow 12-67; Rarcoa, Saslow 1-69 HATE; Berk; CRT Smith; Blackburn; Bowers and Ruddy Rare Coin Review 25, 26; Bowers and Ruddy 6-76 PLATE; Rare Coin Review 27, 28, 29; Bowers and Ruddy 11-77 2075 PLATE; Via Loring; Pullan; Via Levi; (Unconfirmed 83) 7B Bowers and Ruddy 11-77 2076 PLATE; Via Loring; (Unconfirmed 83) 7C Stacks, Dupont 9-54 PLATE; RuBowers and ruddy Rare Coin Review 25, 26; Bowers and Ruddy 6-76 PLATE; Rare Coin Review 27, 28, 29; Bowers and Ruddy 11-77 2075 PLATE; Via Loring; Pullan; Via Levi; (Unconfirmed 83) 7B Bowers and Ruddy 11-77 2076 PLATE; Via Loring; (Unconfirmed 83) 7C Stacks, Dupont 9-54 PLATE; Ruby (.Switched with 8A) ; Superior, Ruby I 2-74 ELATE; Pine Tree, 1975 EAC 2-75 PLATE; Flynn; Bowers and Ruddy, 2-76 PLATE; (Unknown 83)

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 74

    1/9/1986

    Highlight: Volume 26, No. 3 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER APPENDIX II Serial No. 7H Abbreviated References to Tables I, II, III, IV, Appendix II . For complete citation of Reference, see Bibliography, p. Private collection 1. MacFarland Sale , Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Jan. 14-16, 1981. 2. The Garrett Collection Sales , Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, 1979-1981. 3. John M. Richardson, "The Copper Coins of Vermont", Bowers and ruddy Galleries, Jan. 14-16, 1981. 2. The Garrett Collection Sales , Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, 1979-1981. 3. John M. Richardson, "The Copper Coins of Vermont", passim. 4. David Q. Bowers, The History of United States Coinage , passim. 5. Edward Maris, The Coins of New Jersey . 6. Don Taxay, The Comprehensive Catalogue and Encyclopedia of United States Coins , passim. 7. Allen Collection , Stacks, Feb

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 130

    1/4/2006

    Highlight: 85 Immune Columbia (p). (Vlack 2-71 A): Vlack 8-74A (40). Nova Eborac: (Figure seated left): ? 1781 or 1782 Irish halfpence (44 #986). (Figure seated right): 1783 Constellatio Nova C. 3C. (p);1785 Constellatio Nova (65). Albany Church Penny: George III halfpence (101.1 grains) (53). References p. Private collections - many of these examples have appeared in auction catalogues. 1. MacFarland Sale, Bowers and ruddy Galleries, Jan. 14-16, 1981. 2. The Garrett Collection Sales, March 26-28, 1987. Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, 1979-1981. 3. John M. Richardson, “The Copper Coins of Vermont,” The Numismatist, p. 335. 4. Frontenac Sale, Bowers and Merena, Nov. 20-22, 1991. 5. Edward Maris, The Coins of New Jersey. 6. Don Taxay, The Comprehensive Cataiogue and Encyclopedia of United States Coins, passim. 7. Allen Co

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 142

    1/4/2010

    Highlight: April 2010 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 351 5 1 2. Very Fine. Seavey Collection (William Strobridge, 1 873, lot 1 88); Lorin G. Parmelee (6/1 890); Smith (?): later, Laird U. Park (Stack’s, 5/1 976, lot 21 ), graded Extremely Fine in the Park catalog; Bowers and Ruddy (12/1977, lot 5078), graded Very Fine in the B&R catalog. Laird U. Park (Stack’s) catalog: “Very light even wear. WeakneBowers and ruddy (12/1977, lot 5078), graded Very Fine in the B&R catalog. Laird U. Park (Stack’s) catalog: “Very light even wear. Weakness in striking at I of BALTIMORE and H of THREE and top of head. Devoid of any signs of mishandling.” 13. Fine. Oechsner Collection (Stack’s, 9/1988, lot 1353), Vintage Auctions (2/1989, lot 54). Stack’s (9/1988) catalog: “Struek off-center to the left, seriously affecting those

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    Numismatic Literature Review and Fixed Price List, vol. 1, no. 3

    1/5/1995

    Highlight: American Numismatic Periodicals 1860-1960" by Ken Lowe. This book was produced both as an inventory of my collection as well as wanting to preserve a record of the past Numismatic Periodicals known to me at the time. 47 sets printed with 14 named and numbered and 33 unnamed and unnumbered. This book sold out and is from an employee of Ramm Communica- tions. Will sign if you desire. $295.00 1 8 . Bowers and ruddy Galleries, Inc. Mail Bid Sale. 10/2/1981. 4pp. Drop in photos. Fine, tri-folded as mailed. U. S. Coins offered. This and the next 6 lots are the rarely offered mail bid sales. Apparently these mail bid sales were discarded rather then saved as part of the historical Bowers and Ruddy auction catalogs. No prices realized. $49.00 19. Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Inc. Mail Bid Sale. 3/26/ 1982. 4pp. D

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    Rare Coin Review, 1969-1994: An annotated index of the first 100 issues, number one.

    /1996

    Highlight: RARE COIN REVIEW. When serious numismatists consider this title, Q. David Bowers immediately comes to mind. Dave’s numismatic career began in the 1950’s in eastern Pennsylvania. In 1955, at the young age of 16, Dave attended the ANA convention in Omaha, Nebraska as a bourse dealer. Shortly after, his career became intertwined with Jim Ruddy. Empire Coins was formed in Johnson City, New York with Bowers and ruddy as the principals. They issued EMPIRE TOPICS from 1958 to 1960 (Volume 1) and EMPIRE REVIEW from 1961 to 1964 (Volume 2) before their company was absorbed by Paramount International Coin Company. During these early years Dave and Jim issued a number of special lists. Most important among these was "An Outstanding Selection of United States Pattern Coins", featuring the Major Lenox Lohr collection

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    Rare Coin Review, 1969-1994: An annotated index of the first 100 issues, number one.

    /1996

    Highlight: d Merena Galleries - People. WE’RE HERE FOR YOU. THE BOWERS AND MERENA STAFF - 1994 RCR: 100, July/August 1994. Pages 4 and 5. Bowers and Merena Galleries - Witham and Sansoucy Sale. Viet or-McCaw ley, Chris. CHRIS VICTOR-MCCAWLEY VISITS A BAM AUCTION. RCR: 94, July/August 1993. Pages 36 and 37. Bowers and Merena Galleries. Bowers, Q. David. NEWS FROM AROUND HERE. RCR: 99, May/June 1994. Page 35. Bowers and ruddy - History COIN WORLD. BACK IN 1962 RCR: 62, Autumn 1986. Page 67. Bowers and Ruddy - History. Orosz, Joel J. COIN QUIZ. RCR: 98, March/April 1994 Page 2. Bowers and Ruddy - History. Bowers, Q. David. MY YEARS WITH EMPIRE COIN CO. RCR: 96, December 1993/January 1994. Pages 22 to 26. Bowers and Ruddy Galleries. People. Bowers, Q. David. FACES BEHIND THE NAMES. RCR: 28, Spring 1977. Pages 92 to 93.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 74

    1/9/1986

    Highlight: Volume 26, No. 3 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER APPENDIX II Serial No. 7H Abbreviated References to Tables I, II, III, IV, Appendix II . For complete citation of Reference, see Bibliography, p. Private collection 1. MacFarland Sale , Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Jan. 14-16, 1981. 2. The Garrett Collection Sales , Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, 1979-1981. 3. John M. Richardson, "The Copper Coins of Vermont", Bowers and ruddy Galleries, Jan. 14-16, 1981. 2. The Garrett Collection Sales , Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, 1979-1981. 3. John M. Richardson, "The Copper Coins of Vermont", passim. 4. David Q. Bowers, The History of United States Coinage , passim. 5. Edward Maris, The Coins of New Jersey . 6. Don Taxay, The Comprehensive Catalogue and Encyclopedia of United States Coins , passim. 7. Allen Collection , Stacks, Feb

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 130

    1/4/2006

    Highlight: 85 Immune Columbia (p). (Vlack 2-71 A): Vlack 8-74A (40). Nova Eborac: (Figure seated left): ? 1781 or 1782 Irish halfpence (44 #986). (Figure seated right): 1783 Constellatio Nova C. 3C. (p);1785 Constellatio Nova (65). Albany Church Penny: George III halfpence (101.1 grains) (53). References p. Private collections - many of these examples have appeared in auction catalogues. 1. MacFarland Sale, Bowers and ruddy Galleries, Jan. 14-16, 1981. 2. The Garrett Collection Sales, March 26-28, 1987. Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, 1979-1981. 3. John M. Richardson, “The Copper Coins of Vermont,” The Numismatist, p. 335. 4. Frontenac Sale, Bowers and Merena, Nov. 20-22, 1991. 5. Edward Maris, The Coins of New Jersey. 6. Don Taxay, The Comprehensive Cataiogue and Encyclopedia of United States Coins, passim. 7. Allen Co

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 142

    1/4/2010

    Highlight: April 2010 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 351 5 1 2. Very Fine. Seavey Collection (William Strobridge, 1 873, lot 1 88); Lorin G. Parmelee (6/1 890); Smith (?): later, Laird U. Park (Stack’s, 5/1 976, lot 21 ), graded Extremely Fine in the Park catalog; Bowers and Ruddy (12/1977, lot 5078), graded Very Fine in the B&R catalog. Laird U. Park (Stack’s) catalog: “Very light even wear. WeakneBowers and ruddy (12/1977, lot 5078), graded Very Fine in the B&R catalog. Laird U. Park (Stack’s) catalog: “Very light even wear. Weakness in striking at I of BALTIMORE and H of THREE and top of head. Devoid of any signs of mishandling.” 13. Fine. Oechsner Collection (Stack’s, 9/1988, lot 1353), Vintage Auctions (2/1989, lot 54). Stack’s (9/1988) catalog: “Struek off-center to the left, seriously affecting those

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    Numismatic Literature Review and Fixed Price List, vol. 1, no. 3

    1/5/1995

    Highlight: American Numismatic Periodicals 1860-1960" by Ken Lowe. This book was produced both as an inventory of my collection as well as wanting to preserve a record of the past Numismatic Periodicals known to me at the time. 47 sets printed with 14 named and numbered and 33 unnamed and unnumbered. This book sold out and is from an employee of Ramm Communica- tions. Will sign if you desire. $295.00 1 8 . Bowers and ruddy Galleries, Inc. Mail Bid Sale. 10/2/1981. 4pp. Drop in photos. Fine, tri-folded as mailed. U. S. Coins offered. This and the next 6 lots are the rarely offered mail bid sales. Apparently these mail bid sales were discarded rather then saved as part of the historical Bowers and Ruddy auction catalogs. No prices realized. $49.00 19. Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Inc. Mail Bid Sale. 3/26/ 1982. 4pp. D

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    Rare Coin Review, 1969-1994: An annotated index of the first 100 issues, number one.

    /1996

    Highlight: RARE COIN REVIEW. When serious numismatists consider this title, Q. David Bowers immediately comes to mind. Dave’s numismatic career began in the 1950’s in eastern Pennsylvania. In 1955, at the young age of 16, Dave attended the ANA convention in Omaha, Nebraska as a bourse dealer. Shortly after, his career became intertwined with Jim Ruddy. Empire Coins was formed in Johnson City, New York with Bowers and ruddy as the principals. They issued EMPIRE TOPICS from 1958 to 1960 (Volume 1) and EMPIRE REVIEW from 1961 to 1964 (Volume 2) before their company was absorbed by Paramount International Coin Company. During these early years Dave and Jim issued a number of special lists. Most important among these was "An Outstanding Selection of United States Pattern Coins", featuring the Major Lenox Lohr collection

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    Rare Coin Review, 1969-1994: An annotated index of the first 100 issues, number one.

    /1996

    Highlight: d Merena Galleries - People. WE’RE HERE FOR YOU. THE BOWERS AND MERENA STAFF - 1994 RCR: 100, July/August 1994. Pages 4 and 5. Bowers and Merena Galleries - Witham and Sansoucy Sale. Viet or-McCaw ley, Chris. CHRIS VICTOR-MCCAWLEY VISITS A BAM AUCTION. RCR: 94, July/August 1993. Pages 36 and 37. Bowers and Merena Galleries. Bowers, Q. David. NEWS FROM AROUND HERE. RCR: 99, May/June 1994. Page 35. Bowers and ruddy - History COIN WORLD. BACK IN 1962 RCR: 62, Autumn 1986. Page 67. Bowers and Ruddy - History. Orosz, Joel J. COIN QUIZ. RCR: 98, March/April 1994 Page 2. Bowers and Ruddy - History. Bowers, Q. David. MY YEARS WITH EMPIRE COIN CO. RCR: 96, December 1993/January 1994. Pages 22 to 26. Bowers and Ruddy Galleries. People. Bowers, Q. David. FACES BEHIND THE NAMES. RCR: 28, Spring 1977. Pages 92 to 93.

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    Public Auction 4

    Highlight: PURI IC -A.L.JC TTIOTs] .AMI o M^AII BI I KSA1.E 67. 694 Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Inc. Special Coin Letter- January, 1971. 6 pp. Fine, gold self cover, tri-folded. A wide array of U.S Coins from Colonials, Large cents to Gold. The very first Special Coin Letter from the new company of Bowers and Ruddy Galleries. Inc, that lasted until the early 1980’s. Special Coin Letter was restarted when BowBowers and ruddy Galleries, Inc. Special Coin Letter- January, 1971. 6 pp. Fine, gold self cover, tri-folded. A wide array of U.S Coins from Colonials, Large cents to Gold. The very first Special Coin Letter from the new company of Bowers and Ruddy Galleries. Inc, that lasted until the early 1980’s. Special Coin Letter was restarted when Bowers and Merena was formed in 1983. Very Rare and seldom offered. (95.00)

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

    Highlight: Selections from the Estate of Louis E. Eliasberg, Jr. and the Collection of Chester L, Krause 1566 1861-S Fine-12. Well worn but not heavily marked honey gold. From the Eliasberg Collection; Bowers and Ruddy's U.S. Gold Coin Collection sale, October 1982, Lot 503. 1567 1863-S EF-40 (NGC). Light orange-gold, typical of this era. The surfaces have moderate circulation abrasions seen on the majority Bowers and ruddy's U.S. Gold Coin Collection sale, October 1982, Lot 503. 1567 1863-S EF-40 (NGC). Light orange-gold, typical of this era. The surfaces have moderate circulation abrasions seen on the majority of half eagles that survived from this period, with scuffs and scratches attained during its days in the commerce of the wild west and tail end of the gold rush era. Diagnostic heavy die lines are seen throu

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 54

    1/4/1979

    Highlight: nd Convention in California on November 19, 1976. It has subsequently been revised, expanded and illustrated for publication in this issue of The Colonial Newsletter. Special acknowledgement is due to the organizations, firms and individuals who have assisted by providing the illustrations. These sources are as follow: Frontispiece American Numismatic Society (Negative Nos. 4394 - 1 & 2) Figure 1 Bowers and ruddy Galleries, Inc. (Lot 1759, The D.C .Montgomery Collection) Figure 2 Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Inc. (Lat 10, The Newport Collection) Kenneth Bressett (Constellatio Nava plate) Figure 3 The Nagy Plate af New Jersey Cappers Figure 4 Scatt Publishing Campany (Scott No. 233) Figure 5 Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Inc. (Lot 232, The Kensington Collection) American Numismatic Society (Negatives 462 & 46

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 38, No. 6 (225)

    1/11/2004

    Highlight: d as “One of the best known of this rare number.” George P. French ( -1929) B. Max Mehl / French Collection FPL / 1929 / Lot 29 / $150 described as “Very Fine ... one of two finest known specimens.” T. James Clark holdings (circa 1930-7/44) B. Max Mehl (7/44-4/47) Roy E. (Ted) Naftzger collection (4/47-11/73) New Netherlands / R.E. Naftzger / 1 1-14,15-1973 / Lot 368 / Plate / $4000 John W. Adams Bowers and ruddy / Rare Coin Review 20 / May 1974 / Plate / $9750 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 2 1 / Sep 1974 / Plate / $9750 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 22 / Spring 1975 / Plate / $9750 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 23 / Summer 1975 / Plate / $9750 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 24 / Autumn 1975 / Plate / $9750 Stack’s / Robison Collection / 2-10,13-1982 / Lot 408 as VF20 / Plate / $20,

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    A Survey of American Numismatic Sales and Informational Literature: A survey of sales lists, house publications and promotional literature issued by prominent American Dealers between 1910 to date.

    /1989

    Highlight: i.wai uf your • .ki l - -Ir Bt.mk <1 P»rc ( oin Bioines* Yiwr Frtmd* n the Hir>- < RuiMru ts the little •bagan we ve been using for ~*nv tune tww This was ssngmally inspucd hy a \V« I el City customer wt>o said I think of y w not as dealers or as husmrs»men but as personal friend* We though that sound ed nice — and summed up nur philosophy BOWERS & RUDDY GALLERIES Honors and Ruddy get the best VALUE for your money here that wc invite you to make the famous Bower* and Ruddy Comparison Test After you receive your coins from this Special Coin World Supplement you have seven days to compare them with coins ordered el sewhere If ours aren’t the very best buys we URGE you lo return them to us' Arc we tak- ing a big chance by making thi* oiler? Not really We know the QUALITY and VALUE we deliver

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 54

    1/4/1979

    Highlight: nd Convention in California on November 19, 1976. It has subsequently been revised, expanded and illustrated for publication in this issue of The Colonial Newsletter. Special acknowledgement is due to the organizations, firms and individuals who have assisted by providing the illustrations. These sources are as follow: Frontispiece American Numismatic Society (Negative Nos. 4394 - 1 & 2) Figure 1 Bowers and ruddy Galleries, Inc. (Lot 1759, The D.C .Montgomery Collection) Figure 2 Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Inc. (Lat 10, The Newport Collection) Kenneth Bressett (Constellatio Nava plate) Figure 3 The Nagy Plate af New Jersey Cappers Figure 4 Scatt Publishing Campany (Scott No. 233) Figure 5 Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, Inc. (Lot 232, The Kensington Collection) American Numismatic Society (Negatives 462 & 46

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 38, No. 6 (225)

    1/11/2004

    Highlight: d as “One of the best known of this rare number.” George P. French ( -1929) B. Max Mehl / French Collection FPL / 1929 / Lot 29 / $150 described as “Very Fine ... one of two finest known specimens.” T. James Clark holdings (circa 1930-7/44) B. Max Mehl (7/44-4/47) Roy E. (Ted) Naftzger collection (4/47-11/73) New Netherlands / R.E. Naftzger / 1 1-14,15-1973 / Lot 368 / Plate / $4000 John W. Adams Bowers and ruddy / Rare Coin Review 20 / May 1974 / Plate / $9750 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 2 1 / Sep 1974 / Plate / $9750 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 22 / Spring 1975 / Plate / $9750 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 23 / Summer 1975 / Plate / $9750 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 24 / Autumn 1975 / Plate / $9750 Stack’s / Robison Collection / 2-10,13-1982 / Lot 408 as VF20 / Plate / $20,

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    A Survey of American Numismatic Sales and Informational Literature: A survey of sales lists, house publications and promotional literature issued by prominent American Dealers between 1910 to date.

    /1989

    Highlight: i.wai uf your • .ki l - -Ir Bt.mk <1 P»rc ( oin Bioines* Yiwr Frtmd* n the Hir>- < RuiMru ts the little •bagan we ve been using for ~*nv tune tww This was ssngmally inspucd hy a \V« I el City customer wt>o said I think of y w not as dealers or as husmrs»men but as personal friend* We though that sound ed nice — and summed up nur philosophy BOWERS & RUDDY GALLERIES Honors and Ruddy get the best VALUE for your money here that wc invite you to make the famous Bower* and Ruddy Comparison Test After you receive your coins from this Special Coin World Supplement you have seven days to compare them with coins ordered el sewhere If ours aren’t the very best buys we URGE you lo return them to us' Arc we tak- ing a big chance by making thi* oiler? Not really We know the QUALITY and VALUE we deliver

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    The Gilbert Steinberg Collection of Washington, Lincoln, Columbus and United States Mint Medals

    Highlight: ted, some light marks both sides; Baker-234, King-860, DeWitt AL 1860-45H. Second obverse of the Bolen-Merriam token. White metal. 27mm. Uncirculated. Struck from the broken Lincoln die. Washington side scratched in right field; Baker-240, King-856. The “Reverse” medalet. White metal. 29mm. Extremely Fine. Rim gouged at 12:00 on Lincoln side. 3 pieces. The first and second ex Robert C. Hall sale (Bowers and ruddy October 26, 1978, lots 2866, 2869); the third ex New Netherlands sale of the D.C. Wismer Collection, Part I (April 13, 1951, lot 253), possibly ex Garvin Collection. *101 Baker-232. Washington/Lincoln “Ugly Head” Medal. White metal. 38mm. Choice Uncirculated, with prooflike fields. Plain edge. Rare and unpriced in the Baker/Fuld revision. Not mentioned by either King or DeWitt, but see p.l33, AL-

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    The Autumn Sale

    Highlight: e Letters. AU- 53. Deep chocolate brown with golden high points, cleaned and retoned long ago ☆ 1832 N-3. Rarity-1. AU-58. Lustrous golden tan, some tiny flecks noted, reverse die aligned 200° ☆ 1839 N- 13. Rarity-3. Booby Head. AU-50. Deep golden brown, faint old reverse scratches at 3:00 in wreath. (Total: 3 pieces) First coin from our sale of October 1978, Lot 616; second coin pur- chased from Bowers and ruddy privately. 1838 N-6. Rarity-1. MS-63 BN. Rich and deep golden tan surfaces with nice lustre and hints of pale mint frost in the protected areas. Decidedly choice for the assigned grade. From Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, May 15, 1978, Lot 18. 1839 N-8. Head of 1840. Rarity-1. MS-64 BN. Frosty deep golden tan with lively supportive lustre and a bold strike for the variety. An altogether pleasing exa

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

    Highlight: e fields and devices a little shiny. Scarce as a date and mint, with a full strike on all devices and the surfaces show moderate handling evidence. 1849 Sharpness of AU, lightly cleaned. Deep yellow gold with fiery orange highlights and plenty of original mint frost in the protected areas. From a modest Philadelphia Mint production for the era of just 23,294 pieces. From the Eliasberg Collection; Bowers and ruddy's U.S. Gold Coin Collection sale, October 1982, Lot 148; John H. Clapp Collection, 1942; earlier from M. David, June 1899. 1851 MS-63 (PCGS). Bright orange-gold surfaces are free of any serious marks. An attractive early Liberty Head quarter eagle. #007759 1853 MS-64 (PCGS) A beautiful coin with satiny lustre, exceptional mint bloom and surface quality. The strike is reason- ably sharp, but a tad

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

    Highlight: d surfaces exhibit only trivial surface marks with no detractions. Choice AU 1843-C Half Eagle 1554 1843-C AU-55 (PCGS). Deep yellow gold with an olive cast. Lustrous cartwheels engage the surfaces and the recessed areas. Typically found at EF or so, with pleasing AU specimens less numerous than one might expect from the date's mintage of 44,277 pieces. From the Eliasberg Collection; earlier from Bowers and ruddy's sale of the United States Gold Coin Collection (Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr.), October 1982, Lot 426; purchased by Mr. Eliasberg from 'McLean," September 1940 at $8.75. #008214 1555 1845-0 Sharpness of AU. Rim filed, lightly cleaned. The cleaning is minor but the rim filing is noticeable below the date where a file was used to shave off rim bruises or something similar. 1556 1845-0 VF-30. Well circu

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

    Highlight: Selections from the Estate of Louis E. Eliasberg, Jr. and the Collection of Chester L. Krause 1574 1877-S Sharpness of AU, lightly cleaned, some hairlines still present on honey gold surfaces. Much mint lustre is retained in the protected areas. Scarcer across the board than its mintage of 35,400 pieces suggests. From the Eliasberg Collection; Bowers and Ruddy's U.S. Gold Coin Collection sale, OctBowers and ruddy's U.S. Gold Coin Collection sale, October 1982, Lot 544. 1575 1879-S MS-62 (PCGS). A bright orange gold example with scat- tered marks as expected. #008350 1576 1880 MS-61 (NGC). Rosy mint frost. Well struck with light bagmarks. #008351 1577 1880-CC AU-53 (PCGS). Lustrous yellow gold with prooflike reflectivity in the helds, frosted motifs, and pale olive highlights on both sides. Sharply struck

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

    Highlight: es. Traces of prooflike surface can be seen around the letters on the reverse. Despite a rather gener- ous mintage for the era — 27,400 pieces — it's doubtful that more than 100 examples grading AU-55 or better could be accounted for today. 1619 1843-0 Sharpness of EF, lightly cleaned long ago, now retoning. Medium honey gold with rich orange in the protected areas. From the Eliasherg Collection; Bowers and ruddy's U.S. Gold Coin Collection sale, October 1982, Lot 670. 1620 1854 AU-55 (PCGS). Bright honey gold with much mint brilliance in the protected areas. Traces of pale orange iridescence enliven both sides. Nicely struck. From the Eliasherg Collection; earlier from Bowers and Ruddy's sale of the United States Gold Coin Collection (Louis E. Eliasherg, Sr.), October 1982, Lot 693; John H. Clapp Collect

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    The June 2014 Baltimore Auction, U.S. Coins

    Highlight: PCGS# 4955. From the Bareford Family Collection. 3833 1926-D MS-63 (PCGS). PCGS# 4956. 3834 1926-S MS-63 (PCGS). PCGS# 4958. 3835 1926-S AU-55 (PCGS). PCGS# 4958. 3836 1927-D Unc Details— Questionable Color (PCGS). PCGS# 4962. 3837 1927-S MS-64 (PCGS). PCGS# 4964. 3838 1928-D AU-58 (PCGS). PCGS# 4968. 3839 Lot of (2) Mercury Dimes. (PCGS). Included are: 1929 MS-63 FB; and 1930-S AU-58. From our (Bowers and ruddy s) Matt Rothert Collection sale, Novem- ber 1973, part of lot 424. Lot tags included. 3840 1929-D MS-65 FBL (PCGS). PCGS# 4975. From our (Bowers and Ruddy’s) Matt Rothert Collection sale, Novem- ber 1973, part of lot 424. Lot tag included. 3841 Lot of (3) Mercury Dimes. (PCGS). Included are: 1929-S MS-63; 1930 MS-64 FB; and 1931 AU-58. From our (Bowers and Ruddy’s) Matt Rothert Collection sale, N

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 122

    1/4/2003

    Highlight: and halfpennies in 1672 and 1673. “This first regal copper issue,” he writes, “was buttressed by a royal proclamation declaring tokens illegal.” Doty adds, “The last English tokens of this period date from 1674, although they were permitted in Ireland for a few years longer, until 1679.” 79 Peck, English Coins in the British Museum, p. 152. Forfurther information on planchetweights, also refer to Bowers and ruddy auction catalog. The Garrett Collection Saies for The Johns Hopkins University, Sale 3, October 1-2, 1980, New York, N.Y (Los Angeles: Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, 1980), 46, hereafter cited “Bowers and Ruddy, Garrett Coitection"; Bowers and Merena auction catalog. The Norweb Collection: Early American and U.S. Coins, part 1 (Wolfeboro, New Hampshire: Bowers and Merena, 1987), 357, hereafter cited

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    Calcoin News, vol. 38, no. 2

    1/3/1984

    Highlight: ollected 1794 large cents with pedigree in mind, before grade. Adams appreciated nostalgia and numismatic history. He loved his col- lection, as it represented a chink of Ameri- cana. It was with great regret that he finally had to sell his collection, but he said that he is happy that his cents have new homes, and he hopes they appreciate them as did he. Adams finally sold the collection through Bowers and ruddy via fixed price list. Bowers and Ruddy issued a beautiful catalogue, with each page depicting a single coin. The 75-coin collection was simply fantastic. So when I received this catalogue, I just had to own something from it. One coin stood out to me, lot 9. It was from Frossard, Garrett. Morley, and now Adams. I had to have it. It was in Boston, at the ANA convention of 1982, that I was fortunat

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 38, No. 6 (225)

    1/11/2004

    Highlight: (12/81-2000) Owner known in 2000 41. The Clymer Coin (AG-3) Noyes G-4, net Fair 2 [Smith 3B] Mai Varner Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 14 / Apr 1972 / Plate / $795 Denis W. Loring (4/72-7/72) Penny-Wise i 7-15-72 / page 172 / $550 William R.T. Smith (7/72) Harlan Berk (8/72) Rarcoa / 1973 FUN / 1-4-73 / Lot 1 10 / Plate / $675 Joe Flynn & Son Coin Co. Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 19 / Bowers and ruddy / Rare Coin Review 14 / Apr 1972 / Plate / $795 Denis W. Loring (4/72-7/72) Penny-Wise i 7-15-72 / page 172 / $550 William R.T. Smith (7/72) Harlan Berk (8/72) Rarcoa / 1973 FUN / 1-4-73 / Lot 1 10 / Plate / $675 Joe Flynn & Son Coin Co. Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 19 / Jan 1974 / Plate / $1495 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 20 / May 1974 / $1495 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 2

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 17, No. 4(97)

    15/7/1983

    Highlight: xpect the years with the largest number of Red Book varieties to also have the largest population of cents extant. This does not appear to be true. It is true that the years with the largest number of Newcomb varieties have the largest number of cents extant. APPENDIX — List of catalogues included in this study 1. Barney Bluestone; 42nd sale; Jan 13, 1939 2. M. Bolender; Young II; Oct. 10,1951 3. Bowers and ruddy; Fairfield collection; Oct. 6, 1977 4. Bowers and Ruddy; Garrett collection; Nov. 28, 1979 5. Bowers and Ruddy; William R. Sieck; ANA sale; July 28-Aug. 1, 1981 6. Bowers and Ruddy; Roy Harte collection; Jan. 25-27, 1983 7. Cape Kennedy Medals; Tom Morley sale; Dec. 20, 1975 8. Cape Kennedy Medals; Nofal-Kling sale; July 3, 1976 9. H. Chapman; King, Gillette, French sale; dec. 19, 1927 10. EAC 19

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 15, No. 2

    1/4/1975

    Highlight: To Be Sold At Public Auction June 5-8, 1975 Long Beach International Coin and Stamp Exposition THE SCOTT COLLECTION of Washington Tokens and Medals and Other Important Numismatic Properties On June 5-8, 1975 the American Auction Association division of Bowers and Ruddy Galleries will sell at public auction at the Long Beach International Coin and Stamp Exposition, Long Beach, California the fabuloBowers and ruddy Galleries will sell at public auction at the Long Beach International Coin and Stamp Exposition, Long Beach, California the fabulous Scott Collection of coins, tokens, and medals pertaining to George Washington, as well as other important properties. The Washington pieces comprise several hundred varieties in all and are attributed to Baker. This is the largest, finest, and most extensive groupin

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 122

    1/4/2003

    Highlight: and halfpennies in 1672 and 1673. “This first regal copper issue,” he writes, “was buttressed by a royal proclamation declaring tokens illegal.” Doty adds, “The last English tokens of this period date from 1674, although they were permitted in Ireland for a few years longer, until 1679.” 79 Peck, English Coins in the British Museum, p. 152. Forfurther information on planchetweights, also refer to Bowers and ruddy auction catalog. The Garrett Collection Saies for The Johns Hopkins University, Sale 3, October 1-2, 1980, New York, N.Y (Los Angeles: Bowers and Ruddy Galleries, 1980), 46, hereafter cited “Bowers and Ruddy, Garrett Coitection"; Bowers and Merena auction catalog. The Norweb Collection: Early American and U.S. Coins, part 1 (Wolfeboro, New Hampshire: Bowers and Merena, 1987), 357, hereafter cited

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 38, No. 6 (225)

    1/11/2004

    Highlight: (12/81-2000) Owner known in 2000 41. The Clymer Coin (AG-3) Noyes G-4, net Fair 2 [Smith 3B] Mai Varner Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 14 / Apr 1972 / Plate / $795 Denis W. Loring (4/72-7/72) Penny-Wise i 7-15-72 / page 172 / $550 William R.T. Smith (7/72) Harlan Berk (8/72) Rarcoa / 1973 FUN / 1-4-73 / Lot 1 10 / Plate / $675 Joe Flynn & Son Coin Co. Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 19 / Bowers and ruddy / Rare Coin Review 14 / Apr 1972 / Plate / $795 Denis W. Loring (4/72-7/72) Penny-Wise i 7-15-72 / page 172 / $550 William R.T. Smith (7/72) Harlan Berk (8/72) Rarcoa / 1973 FUN / 1-4-73 / Lot 1 10 / Plate / $675 Joe Flynn & Son Coin Co. Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 19 / Jan 1974 / Plate / $1495 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 20 / May 1974 / $1495 Bowers and Ruddy / Rare Coin Review 2

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    Calcoin News, vol. 38, no. 2

    1/3/1984

    Highlight: ollected 1794 large cents with pedigree in mind, before grade. Adams appreciated nostalgia and numismatic history. He loved his col- lection, as it represented a chink of Ameri- cana. It was with great regret that he finally had to sell his collection, but he said that he is happy that his cents have new homes, and he hopes they appreciate them as did he. Adams finally sold the collection through Bowers and ruddy via fixed price list. Bowers and Ruddy issued a beautiful catalogue, with each page depicting a single coin. The 75-coin collection was simply fantastic. So when I received this catalogue, I just had to own something from it. One coin stood out to me, lot 9. It was from Frossard, Garrett. Morley, and now Adams. I had to have it. It was in Boston, at the ANA convention of 1982, that I was fortunat

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 17, No. 4(97)

    15/7/1983

    Highlight: xpect the years with the largest number of Red Book varieties to also have the largest population of cents extant. This does not appear to be true. It is true that the years with the largest number of Newcomb varieties have the largest number of cents extant. APPENDIX — List of catalogues included in this study 1. Barney Bluestone; 42nd sale; Jan 13, 1939 2. M. Bolender; Young II; Oct. 10,1951 3. Bowers and ruddy; Fairfield collection; Oct. 6, 1977 4. Bowers and Ruddy; Garrett collection; Nov. 28, 1979 5. Bowers and Ruddy; William R. Sieck; ANA sale; July 28-Aug. 1, 1981 6. Bowers and Ruddy; Roy Harte collection; Jan. 25-27, 1983 7. Cape Kennedy Medals; Tom Morley sale; Dec. 20, 1975 8. Cape Kennedy Medals; Nofal-Kling sale; July 3, 1976 9. H. Chapman; King, Gillette, French sale; dec. 19, 1927 10. EAC 19

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 15, No. 2

    1/4/1975

    Highlight: To Be Sold At Public Auction June 5-8, 1975 Long Beach International Coin and Stamp Exposition THE SCOTT COLLECTION of Washington Tokens and Medals and Other Important Numismatic Properties On June 5-8, 1975 the American Auction Association division of Bowers and Ruddy Galleries will sell at public auction at the Long Beach International Coin and Stamp Exposition, Long Beach, California the fabuloBowers and ruddy Galleries will sell at public auction at the Long Beach International Coin and Stamp Exposition, Long Beach, California the fabulous Scott Collection of coins, tokens, and medals pertaining to George Washington, as well as other important properties. The Washington pieces comprise several hundred varieties in all and are attributed to Baker. This is the largest, finest, and most extensive groupin

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