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    Frossard Catalogues

    The Asylum, Winter 1993

    1/1/1993

    night and the early hours of the morning By 7 00 AM we had listed a grand total of 4 944 catalogs plus perhaps a dozen periodicals and or books Some of the individual components of the hoard were as impressive as its staggering total 77 Woodward catalogues pre 1867 of which four were large format 774 later Woodwards of which 118 were plated 279 Lyman Lows most of them priced 270 Frossard Catalogues 16 plated 449 catalogues pre 1876 5 H P Smith Maris catalogues 1 plated 60 Scott Sales 10 plated 216 Elders sales 232 Haseltines 294 Masons 320 Cogans 179 small Chapmans 12 large etc etc Despite the total lack of sleep I was feverishly active during the entire plane ride home By the time the aircraft touched down in Boston I had completed my valuation written a than


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    The Asylum, Fall 1994

    10/1/1994

    leff Ed Price Jan Monroe John Wilson John Esbach Jack Harvey Eugene Stemlicht Jon Warshawsky George Fitzgerald Terry Stahurski Tom Smith and O T Thompson A complete set of The Asylum was displayed and commented on In addition there were numerous pieces of literature that the participants were asked to help themselves to Included were some very early editions of The Numismatist Ed Frossard Catalogues etc Suggestions from the floor included the printing of short biographies of the various candidates for office in our society This could be accomplished at less expense by printing them on one sheet folded for insert into the applicable issue Floor comment was also heard regarding the printing of members names The consensus was that the member s name and state of residence would be enough A


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    The Asylum, Vol. 24, No. 2

    7/1/2006

    ted at a table of dealers in the back of the room as if he was annoyed to be challenged More often the red head ignored other bidders just waiting for them to drop out Michael Hodder the numismatic researcher was seated behind me I asked him who the redhead was He s a major collector Hodder whispered back He s buying bid catalogues that are the best of the best Chapman catalogues Frossard Catalogues Breen manuscripts an incredibly rare book on colonial currency all went to the red headed collector He spent about three hundred and fifty thousand dollars that day After the auction I called the redhead whose name I found out is Dan Hamelberg I wanted to find out what makes a man spend that kind of money on old coin catalogues A real estate investor in Champaign Illinois Hamelberg


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    The Asylum, Winter 1993

    1/1/1993

    night and the early hours of the morning By 7 00 AM we had listed a grand total of 4 944 catalogs plus perhaps a dozen periodicals and or books Some of the individual components of the hoard were as impressive as its staggering total 77 Woodward catalogues pre 1867 of which four were large format 774 later Woodwards of which 118 were plated 279 Lyman Lows most of them priced 270 Frossard Catalogues 16 plated 449 catalogues pre 1876 5 H P Smith Maris catalogues 1 plated 60 Scott Sales 10 plated 216 Elders sales 232 Haseltines 294 Masons 320 Cogans 179 small Chapmans 12 large etc etc Despite the total lack of sleep I was feverishly active during the entire plane ride home By the time the aircraft touched down in Boston I had completed my valuation written a than


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    The Asylum, Fall 1994

    10/1/1994

    leff Ed Price Jan Monroe John Wilson John Esbach Jack Harvey Eugene Stemlicht Jon Warshawsky George Fitzgerald Terry Stahurski Tom Smith and O T Thompson A complete set of The Asylum was displayed and commented on In addition there were numerous pieces of literature that the participants were asked to help themselves to Included were some very early editions of The Numismatist Ed Frossard Catalogues etc Suggestions from the floor included the printing of short biographies of the various candidates for office in our society This could be accomplished at less expense by printing them on one sheet folded for insert into the applicable issue Floor comment was also heard regarding the printing of members names The consensus was that the member s name and state of residence would be enough A


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    The Asylum, Vol. 24, No. 2

    7/1/2006

    ted at a table of dealers in the back of the room as if he was annoyed to be challenged More often the red head ignored other bidders just waiting for them to drop out Michael Hodder the numismatic researcher was seated behind me I asked him who the redhead was He s a major collector Hodder whispered back He s buying bid catalogues that are the best of the best Chapman catalogues Frossard Catalogues Breen manuscripts an incredibly rare book on colonial currency all went to the red headed collector He spent about three hundred and fifty thousand dollars that day After the auction I called the redhead whose name I found out is Dan Hamelberg I wanted to find out what makes a man spend that kind of money on old coin catalogues A real estate investor in Champaign Illinois Hamelberg


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    FANNING BOOKS FIXED PRICE LIST AVAILABLE

    FANNING BOOKS FIXED PRICE LIST AVAILABLE

    09/18/2005

    FANNING BOOKS FIXED PRICE LIST AVAILABLE http www coinbooks org esylum_v08n40a02 html The E Sylum Volume 8 Number 40 September 18 2005 Article 2FANNING BOOKS FIXED PRICE LIST AVAILABLEDavid F Fanning has announced the publication of a new fixedprice list of numismatic literature He writes Material of noteincludes an impressive group of Frossard Catalogues earlydocuments relating to Ohio banking history and obsolete currency a number of important nineteenth century periodicals a fine first edition Newcomb on middle date cents which was owned byRobinson S Brown and a variety of auction catalogues booksand printed ephemera The list is available in PDF format andcan be downloaded at Download PDF


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    KOLBE NUMISMATIC LITERATURE SALE #101 RESULTS

    KOLBE NUMISMATIC LITERATURE SALE #101 RESULTS

    10/22/2006

    estimate Ted Craige s 1907 plated Stickney sale realized 4 370 standardworks on ancient coins were avidly sought after an extensive runof Stack s auction sale catalogues invaluable for numismaticresearch realized 3 737 the first photographically illustratedAmerican auction catalogue Cogan s 1869 Mortimer Livingston Mackenziesale garnered a winning bid of 1 725 a long run of over 100 Ed Frossard Catalogues brought 4 715 The 1873 Descriptive Seavey Parmelee Catalogue sold for 3 795 Del Bland s original handwrittencondition census for early date large cents brought 6 900 the firstQ David Bowers numismatic publication an 8 page paper coveredpamphlet sold for 748 Wyon s 1887 Great Seals of England realized 518 etc A few catalogues are still available and may be orderedby sending 15 00 to


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    The Asylum, Winter 1993

    1/1/1993

    night and the early hours of the morning By 7 00 AM we had listed a grand total of 4 944 catalogs plus perhaps a dozen periodicals and or books Some of the individual components of the hoard were as impressive as its staggering total 77 Woodward catalogues pre 1867 of which four were large format 774 later Woodwards of which 118 were plated 279 Lyman Lows most of them priced 270 Frossard Catalogues 16 plated 449 catalogues pre 1876 5 H P Smith Maris catalogues 1 plated 60 Scott Sales 10 plated 216 Elders sales 232 Haseltines 294 Masons 320 Cogans 179 small Chapmans 12 large etc etc Despite the total lack of sleep I was feverishly active during the entire plane ride home By the time the aircraft touched down in Boston I had completed my valuation written a than


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    The Asylum, Fall 1994

    10/1/1994

    leff Ed Price Jan Monroe John Wilson John Esbach Jack Harvey Eugene Stemlicht Jon Warshawsky George Fitzgerald Terry Stahurski Tom Smith and O T Thompson A complete set of The Asylum was displayed and commented on In addition there were numerous pieces of literature that the participants were asked to help themselves to Included were some very early editions of The Numismatist Ed Frossard Catalogues etc Suggestions from the floor included the printing of short biographies of the various candidates for office in our society This could be accomplished at less expense by printing them on one sheet folded for insert into the applicable issue Floor comment was also heard regarding the printing of members names The consensus was that the member s name and state of residence would be enough A


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    The Asylum, Vol. 24, No. 2

    7/1/2006

    ted at a table of dealers in the back of the room as if he was annoyed to be challenged More often the red head ignored other bidders just waiting for them to drop out Michael Hodder the numismatic researcher was seated behind me I asked him who the redhead was He s a major collector Hodder whispered back He s buying bid catalogues that are the best of the best Chapman catalogues Frossard Catalogues Breen manuscripts an incredibly rare book on colonial currency all went to the red headed collector He spent about three hundred and fifty thousand dollars that day After the auction I called the redhead whose name I found out is Dan Hamelberg I wanted to find out what makes a man spend that kind of money on old coin catalogues A real estate investor in Champaign Illinois Hamelberg


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    The Asylum, Winter 1993

    1/1/1993

    night and the early hours of the morning By 7 00 AM we had listed a grand total of 4 944 catalogs plus perhaps a dozen periodicals and or books Some of the individual components of the hoard were as impressive as its staggering total 77 Woodward catalogues pre 1867 of which four were large format 774 later Woodwards of which 118 were plated 279 Lyman Lows most of them priced 270 Frossard Catalogues 16 plated 449 catalogues pre 1876 5 H P Smith Maris catalogues 1 plated 60 Scott Sales 10 plated 216 Elders sales 232 Haseltines 294 Masons 320 Cogans 179 small Chapmans 12 large etc etc Despite the total lack of sleep I was feverishly active during the entire plane ride home By the time the aircraft touched down in Boston I had completed my valuation written a than


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    The Asylum, Fall 1994

    10/1/1994

    leff Ed Price Jan Monroe John Wilson John Esbach Jack Harvey Eugene Stemlicht Jon Warshawsky George Fitzgerald Terry Stahurski Tom Smith and O T Thompson A complete set of The Asylum was displayed and commented on In addition there were numerous pieces of literature that the participants were asked to help themselves to Included were some very early editions of The Numismatist Ed Frossard Catalogues etc Suggestions from the floor included the printing of short biographies of the various candidates for office in our society This could be accomplished at less expense by printing them on one sheet folded for insert into the applicable issue Floor comment was also heard regarding the printing of members names The consensus was that the member s name and state of residence would be enough A


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    The Asylum, Vol. 24, No. 2

    7/1/2006

    ted at a table of dealers in the back of the room as if he was annoyed to be challenged More often the red head ignored other bidders just waiting for them to drop out Michael Hodder the numismatic researcher was seated behind me I asked him who the redhead was He s a major collector Hodder whispered back He s buying bid catalogues that are the best of the best Chapman catalogues Frossard Catalogues Breen manuscripts an incredibly rare book on colonial currency all went to the red headed collector He spent about three hundred and fifty thousand dollars that day After the auction I called the redhead whose name I found out is Dan Hamelberg I wanted to find out what makes a man spend that kind of money on old coin catalogues A real estate investor in Champaign Illinois Hamelberg


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