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    Harley L. Freeman

    The Numismatist, 1931

    1/1/1931

    Highlight: Ohio Harley L. Freeman Clarence E. Fox (General), Moritz Wormser 1212 Eighth Street, Moundsville, W. Va Harry T. Wilson Charles C. Cox (United States Coins), Julius Guttag Buffalo, 111 F. A. Livingston Orin A. Kates (General), Rud Kohler 83 East Pierce Street, Coldwater, Mich Harry T. Wilson R. E. Dodsworth (General), Ed. M. Lee 210 South Orange Street, Glendale, Cal Harry T. Wilson O. D. Matheny (United States Coins), Charles V. Carroll 118 7 V 2 Street, Parkersburg, W. Va Harry T. Wilson Charles Franklin Bogert (Modern Foreign Coins), Moritz Wormser 147 West Bigelow Street, Newark, N. J Harry T. Wilson Henry Owen Nouss (Types only), John H. Snow 3828 Dover Place, St. Louis, Mo Harry T. Wilson D. S. Burnette (General), Lawrence Josephson 5111 West 32nd Street, Cicero, 111 Harry T. Wilson

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    The Numismatist, August 1934

    1/8/1934

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman 3920 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. .Western Reserve Numismatic Club George Whalley (Silver Dollars), Harley L. Freeman 785 East 100th Street, Cleveland, Ohio Western Reserve Num. Club Edgar P. Lent (General), Harley L. Freeman 4537 Bermald Avenue, South Euclid, Cleveland, Ohio Western Reserve Numismatic Club Sigmund Stamm (General), Moritz Wormser 1103 Pinehurst Street, Jackson, Miss Harry T. Wilson R. A. Wilson (Half Cents and Civil War Tokens), A. D. Gage P. O. Box H, Hyde Park, Los Angeles, Cal Harry T. Wilson L. J. La Breche (United States Coins), Harry T. Wilson 31 Greendale Avenue, Lowell, Mass J. Henri Ripstra

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    The Numismatist, 1931

    1/1/1931

    Highlight: Mr Harley L. Freeman, the Club’s delegate to the convention, told of the business and political side of the meeting. Cleveland was well proud of its showing, being represented by eight members of this club, namely, Messrs. Freeman, Reidenbach, Sawicki, Fisher, Bickford, Stead, Joers and Walker. . _ A committee, composed of Chas. H. Fisher, C. L. Bickford and Harley L. Freemanhe Allerton Club on November 11th. Out-of- town members are invited to exhibit at this meeting, and suitable awards will be given to professional, advanced and novice classes. Exhibits were as follows: Harley L. Freeman exhibited a 3-pound note of South Carolina, dated May, 1786, and listed by Scott as No. 108, and in very fin

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 10

    Highlight: (SEE COLOR PLATE) Ex Harley L. Freeman Collection IRARCOA, May 13-15, 1977, lot 867) William Hilliard signed and issued three series of scrip notes on the Post Office. The Western Reserve Collection Sale had the issuer, but the earlier series. Without searching 100 auction catalogues, it would seem logical that the last time any significant group of this is- suer was seen at auction was the 1989 Memphis Sale held by the NASCA division of R.M. Smythe. In that sale was the F.S. Werner Col- lection of Florida obsoletes. The two most advanced collections of Florida notes bought heavily at the sale or subsequently purchased as many notes as possible. Freddie Werner bought many notes at the Freeman Sale himself as represented by the pedigrees in the 1989 Mem- phis Sale. A similar note, also ex

    A topical index to the John J. Ford, Jr. series of auction catalogs (2003-2013) is at:

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    Paper Money (January/February 2001)

    1/1/2001

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman, Nathan Goldstein Tl, Alaurice Al. Gould, U'arren S* Henderson, Alfred D. Hoch, Richard T. Eloober Sr*, Alorris Lowenstern, Charles O'Donnell, J. Roy Pennell, Jr., Alan Rothert, Glenn B. Smedley, George VV^ Wait, M. Owen Warns. 1968- 1969: Thomas C. Bain, W'^illiam P. Donlon, Harley L* Freemanon, Alfred D. Hoch, Richard T. Hoober Sr., Alorris Lowenstern, John H. Morris, Jr*, Charles O'Donnell, J. Roy Pennell, Jr,, Alatt Rothert, Glenn B, Smedley, George W. Wait, AL Owen Warns. 1969- 1970: Thomas C. Bain, William P. Donlon, Harley L* Freeman, Nathan Goldstein U, Maurice M. Gould, James L. G rebinge r, Alfred D. Floch, Richard T* Hoober Sr., Brent H. Hughes, John H. Morris, Jr*, Charles O'Donnell, J. Roy Pennell,

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    Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 3, 1954-1959

    /1954

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 3, 1954-1959 Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Freeman, Harley L.) The third part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide variety of topics. Their conversations include trading bank notes, sharing research resources on Colonial and Continental currency, collecting maps and sea shells, and more.

    The third part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide var

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    Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 4, 1960-1963

    /1960

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 4, 1960-1963 Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Freeman, Harley L.) The fourth part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide variety of topics. Their conversations include trading bank notes, sharing research resources on Colonial and Continental currency, collecting sea shells, and more. Also worth noting is that Newman acquired all of Harley's Colonial and Continental currency collection, plus his books and pamphlets on the topic in 1963. The majority of the correspondence from that year is dedicated to working out that deal.

    The fourth part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide va

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    Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 5, 1964-1973

    /1964

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 5, 1964-1973 Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Freeman, Harley L.) The fifth part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide variety of topics. Their conversations include trading bank notes, sharing research resources on Colonial and Continental currency, publishing articles and books, collecting sea shells, and more.

    The fifth part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide var

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    Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 5, 1964-1973

    /1964

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman 353 South Atlantic Avenue Ormond Beach, Florida Deer Harley* I have a great Idea. I am enclosing the 25$ Perdido Bay Lumber Company, Pensacola, Florida, scrip note dated October 1, 187k, Mo. 1U, on t he following basis: You shall he ve the right to keep it as long as you live or until you dispose of your Florida paper money collection, whichever is sooner. At that time it can come back to me or, if I am not around, to the Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society. The risk of loss by theft or casualty will be mine, not yours, as I am retaining title to it. I am glad to be able to please you in this matter without being involved in getting commercial with respect to it. If the foregoing meets with your approval, please sign and return two duplicates hereof. My kindest

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    Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 1, 1943-1949

    /1943

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 1, 1943-1949 Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Freeman, Harley L.) The first part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide variety of topics. Their conversations include buying and trading bank notes, sharing research resources on Colonial and Continental currency, collecting sea shells, and more.

    The first part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide var

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    Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 2, 1950-1953

    /1950

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 2, 1950-1953 Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Freeman, Harley L.) The second part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide variety of topics. Their conversations include buying and trading bank notes, sharing research resources on Colonial and Continental currency, collecting sea shells, and more.

    The second part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide va

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    Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 3, 1954-1959

    /1954

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 3, 1954-1959 Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Freeman, Harley L.) The third part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide variety of topics. Their conversations include trading bank notes, sharing research resources on Colonial and Continental currency, collecting maps and sea shells, and more.

    The third part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide var

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    Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 4, 1960-1963

    /1960

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 4, 1960-1963 Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Freeman, Harley L.) The fourth part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide variety of topics. Their conversations include trading bank notes, sharing research resources on Colonial and Continental currency, collecting sea shells, and more. Also worth noting is that Newman acquired all of Harley's Colonial and Continental currency collection, plus his books and pamphlets on the topic in 1963. The majority of the correspondence from that year is dedicated to working out that deal.

    The fourth part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide va

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    Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 5, 1964-1973

    /1964

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 5, 1964-1973 Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Freeman, Harley L.) The fifth part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide variety of topics. Their conversations include trading bank notes, sharing research resources on Colonial and Continental currency, publishing articles and books, collecting sea shells, and more.

    The fifth part of a series of correspondence between Eric Newman and Harley L. Freeman on a wide var

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    Harley L. Freeman Correspondence, File 5, 1964-1973

    /1964

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman 353 South Atlantic Avenue Ormond Beach, Florida Deer Harley* I have a great Idea. I am enclosing the 25$ Perdido Bay Lumber Company, Pensacola, Florida, scrip note dated October 1, 187k, Mo. 1U, on t he following basis: You shall he ve the right to keep it as long as you live or until you dispose of your Florida paper money collection, whichever is sooner. At that time it can come back to me or, if I am not around, to the Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society. The risk of loss by theft or casualty will be mine, not yours, as I am retaining title to it. I am glad to be able to please you in this matter without being involved in getting commercial with respect to it. If the foregoing meets with your approval, please sign and return two duplicates hereof. My kindest

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    The Numismatist, September 1927

    1/9/1927

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman, of Cleveland, Ohio, a member of the A. N. A. and the Western Reserve Numis- matic Club, answered the advertisement and requested a rubbing of the coin. The rubbing was sent and it proved to be a cent of 1819, much worn, with the date scarcely showing on the rubbing. Accompanying it was the following letter: McMechen, W. Va. June the 18’th, / 27. Mr. Harley. L. Freeman, Cleveland O. Dear Sir: Just reed your letter relative to my ad in the Pittsburgh, paper ask- ing me to send rubbing and price of the large (1, ct.) One cent of which you will find the rubbing of (6) Six. others that w'ill go as a collection with the old Penny when it sold with out any additional charges what- ever. I am not in a position to state my price at this time because I have four very good offers,

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    The Numismatist, October 1928

    1/10/1928

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman. Mrs. N. T. Thorson. Mrs. G. A. Gillette. Mrs. George J. Bauer. Mrs. Elmer S. Sears. Miss Gillette. Mrs. A. S. Boyer. Mrs. H. L. Freeman. Mrs. C. L. Brisley. Paul M. Lange. Mrs. Barney Bluestone. Mrs. Chester A. Peake. Mrs. Paul M. Lange. Rene Renaud. Mrs. Charles A. Kuehne. Charles A. Kuehne. Elmer S. Sears. Third Row. E. E. Cruthers. William P. Dunham. Herbert W. Walker. Nelson T. Thorson. Ludger Gravel. Farran Zerbe. Barney Bluestone. F. D. Langenheim. L. A. Burmeister, Jr. W. H. Amberg. Rud. Kohler. Emmet Peake. Fred E. Merritt. Fourth Row. (Not identified.) John G. Watson. John W. Horner. Dr. Chester A. Peake. George J. Bauer. Julius Guttag. William F. Sunday. A. H. Plumb. Henry Chapman. C. H. Rembold. Charles A. Davis. A. A, Kolb. John E. Morse. B. Max Mehl. Fifth

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    The Numismatist, 1929

    1/1/1929

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman. Vice-President, Herbert Walker. Secretary and Treasurer. Charles H. Fisher. Curator, W. H. Cathcart. After the meeting a very fine exhibit was held and Mr. F. T. Joers was awarded a blue ribbon for his exhibit of fractional currency. Mr. Harley L. Freeman was awarded a white ribbon for his exhibit of colonial currency, and Mr. Charles H. Fisher was awarded a red ribbon for an exhibit of all types of United States gold and silver coins. Other exhibits to win honorary mention were made by Messrs. Walker and Lent. A letter was received from Mr. W. H. Cathcart, who expressed his regrets in not being able to attend the meeting. A joint meeting of the Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Club, the Youngstown Coin Club and the Western Reserve Numismatic Club will be held at

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    The Numismatist, 1929

    1/1/1929

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman 169 9 West 25th St., Cleveland. O Western Reserve Numismatic Club Changes of Address. P. M. Silloway, from Lewistowm, Mont., to Williamstown, Mo. Harley L. Freeman, from 2260 Fenwick Avenue, Cleveland Heights P. O.. University Heights, Ohio, to 2260 Fenwick Road, South Euclid P. O., Uni- versity Heights, Ohio. Wayte Raymond, from 489 Park Avenue, New York, N. Y., to 465 Park Avenue, The Ritz Tower, New York, N. Y. George Klipfel, from 9 5 Clarence Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y., to 6 Rugby Road, Buffalo, N. Y. T. J. Barnes, from Lovilia, Iowa, to Bussey, Iowa. J. J. Gonzales, from 103 Thrower Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., to 645 Parkway Drive, N. E., Atlanta, Ga. Rev. Theodore Roser, from 127 Edgington Lane, Wheeling, West Va., to St. Mary’s Manor, South Langhorne, Pa.

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    The Numismatist, August 1933

    1/8/1933

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman, Cleveland, Ohio. For Members of the Board of Governors — William A. Philpott, Jr., Dallas, Texas; Harley L. Freeman, Cleveland, Ohio; T. James Clarke, Jamestown, N. Y.; Henry Hunt, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Farran Zerbe, New York City. ( HICAGO INVITES YOU. You old-timers remember the glorious days when conventions were a jubilee. Although times have changed, the spirit of hospitality of your Chicago brothers has not changed a bit. We are looking forward to next August, and our committees are working hard so that our Chicago A. N. A. convention will be a success. Most of you know Chicago, and those who don’t should know our city. Chicago is within a night’s ride of half the population of the U. S. Bring your wife and family. The cost will be small; the sights will be large. I

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    The Numismatist, October 1933

    1/10/1933

    Highlight: Report of Harley L. Freeman, District Secretary for Ohio, read. To the Officers and Members of the American Numismatic Association: My report this year is not as encouraging as for the last two years, but still shows that Ohio is numismatically minded. Twelve new members have joined the ranks of the A. N. A. since the last convention, but about eighteen have been dropped for non-payment of dues. Of those delinquent I personally know ten who will rejoin as soon as business conditions im- prove. Two of the local clubs in Ohio are having a little trouble weather- ing the storm, but I feel sure their officers will bring them through with flying colors. The Columbus club reports a membership of 2 4, an increase of 5 this year, and plenty of interest shown. The Western Reserve club at Cleveland

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    The Numismatist, April 1934

    1/4/1934

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PHILPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J. HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager, Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. Altl/iONA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. CALIFORNIA— ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COI.OIIADO — ERNEST CERNY, P. O. Box 111, Denver, Col. GEORGIA — J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave., N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ILLINOIS— ELMER LAWLESS, 2224 S. Spalding Ave., Chicago, 111. IOWA— CHAS.

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    The Numismatist, August 1934

    1/8/1934

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILI^IAM A. PHILPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, Texas. T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J. HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DTJFFTELD, Editor and Business Manager, Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. ARIZONA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. CALIFORNIA — ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORAliO — ERNEST CERNY, P. O. Box 111, Denver, Col. ENG I. AND — CHARLES J. BUNN, 125 Grove Lane, Camberwell, London, S. E. 5, England. GEORGIA — J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave., N.

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    The Numismatist, August 1934

    1/8/1934

    Highlight: .Harley L. Freeman Harry S. Boynton . . . .Harry T. Wilson M. H. Bolender . . . .Harry T. Wilson Nelson T. Thorson . . . .Harry T. Wilson J. J. Gonzales H. L. Peer Vernon L. Brown . . . .Moritz Wormser Robert K. Botsford . . . . Harry T. Wilson A(biiitte(l to liife Membership. Recommendation of T. James Clarke, Harley L. Freeman 38 Charles Street, Jamestown, N. Y Harry T. Wilson Changes of Address. A. W. Reeves, from 10457 Bensley Avenue, Chicago, 111., to P. O. Box 144, South Chicago Station, Chicago, 111. George J. Tourek, from 4111 West Cermak Road, Chicago, 111., to 4159 West 21st Street, Hawthorn Station, Chicago, 111. M. F. Zuber, from P. O. Box 5, Port Blakely, Wash., to Ellisport, Wash. Will W. Neil, from Care Neil’s Drug Store, Baldwin, Kan., to Neil Phar- macy, Abilene, Kan.

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    The Numismatist, December 1934

    1/12/1934

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PHILPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J. HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DTJFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager, Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. ALABAMA— J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. AIUZOJMA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. BRITISH COLUMBIA — R. L. REID, 525 Seymour St., Vancouver, B. C. CALIFORNIA — ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORAHO — ERNEST CERNY, P. O. Box 111, Denver, Col. ENGLAND —

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    The Numismatist, March 1934

    1/3/1934

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PHILPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J. HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager, Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. AIMZO.\A — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. CAIAFOHVIA— ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORADO— ERNEST CERNY, P. O. Box 111, Denver, Col. GEORGIA — J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave., N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ILLINOIS — ELMER LAWLESS, 2224 S. Spalding Ave., Chicago, 111. IOWA — CHAS. E

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    The Numismatist, May 1934

    1/5/1934

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PHILPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J. HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager, Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. AlilZON'A — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. CALIFOlllVIA — ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORADO — ERNEST CERNY, P. O. Box 111, Denver, Col. GEORGIA — J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave., N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ILLINOIS — ELMER LAWLESS, 2224 S. Spalding Ave., Chicago, 111. IOWA—

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    The Numismatist, November 1934

    1/11/1934

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PHILPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St.. W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J. HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager, Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. E. 5, DISTRICT SECRETARIES. ALABAMA — J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ARIZONA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. BRITISH COIA MBIA— R. L. REID, 525 Seymour St., Vancouver, B. C. CALIFORNIA— ERNEST R. WERNSTROM. Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORADO — ERNEST CERNY, P. O. Box 111, Denver, Col. ENGLAND

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    The Numismatist, October 1934

    1/10/1934

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman, Cleveland, Ohio; Farran Zerbe, New York City. Committee on Resolutions — Charles Markus, Davenport, Iowa; George A. Gillette, Rochester, N. Y. ; William J. Schultz, Cincinnati, Ohio; Howard D. Gibbs, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Dr. J. M. Henderson, Columbus, Ohio. President Thorson — At this point we want to call for proxies to be turned over to the Committee on Credentials — proxies only, not ballots. At this point is it your pleasure to have a vote or resolution for the special order of business which constitutes the three following: First, nominations to close at noon of the second day of the convention; second, polls for election to close at noon of the third day of the convention; third, consideration of next convention city at 10.30 of third day of the convention. A motion is

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    The Numismatist, October 1934

    1/10/1934

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman. Mrs. H. L. Freeman. Ragnar D. Cederlund. Harry T. Wilson. F. D. Langenheim. Farran Zerbe. Mrs. Farran Zerbe. Mrs. O. C. Budde. Mrs. T. James Clarke. Mrs. J. F. Sawicki. Third row — O. C. Budde. Henry Brohl. Harry Garber. J. G. Macallister. Thos. H. Isitt. P. S. Stevens. F. G. Warner. Mrs. C. A. Temple. Wm. F. Schultz. Mrs. Wm. F. Schult'^. Miss Gutentag. Mrs. A. P. Spencer. Mrs. J. J. King. Mrs. John W. Gregor. Miss G. V. Hepworth. Mrs. F. W. Burton. Mrs. B. Max Mehl. Mrs. J. M. Taylor. Henry Hunt. T. James Clarke. Wm. J. Philpott, .Ir. Moritz Wormser. Dr. J. M. Henderson. J. Henri Rii)Stra. Wm. F. Dunham. Judge J. F. Sawicki. Leonard Wh•^lle 3 ^ George Whalley. J. E. Hische. A. A. Grinnell. John Bickford. John A. Dawson. C. A. Dunlap. John E. Morse. R. E. Davis. John W.

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    The Numismatist, October 1934

    1/10/1934

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PHILPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J. HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager, Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. ALABAMA — J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ARIZONA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. CALIFORNIA — ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORADO — ERNEST CERNY, P. O. Box 111, Denver, Col. ENGLAND — CHARLES J. BUNN, 125 Grove Lane, Camberwell, London, S. E. 5,

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    The Numismatist, April 1935

    1/4/1935

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PHILPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, T? 0 X s T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J. HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, HI. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager. Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. ALABAMA — J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ARIZONA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. BRITISH COLL'MBIA — R. L. REID, 525 Seymour St., Vancouver, B. C. CALIFORNIA— ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORADO — ERNEST CERNY, P. O. Box 111, Denver, Col.

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    The Numismatist, August 1935

    1/8/1935

    Highlight: HARLEY L FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PH1LPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, Texas T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, III. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager. Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. ALABAMA — J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ARKANSAS — ROY O. PORTER, Box 67, Clarksville, Ark. ARIZONA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. BRITISH COLUMBIA — R. L. REID, 525 Seymour St., Vancouver, B. C. CALIFORNIA — ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORADO

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    The Numismatist, June 1935

    1/6/1935

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PH1LPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, T JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager. Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. ALABAMA— J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ARKANSAS — ROY O. PORTER, Box 67, Clarksville, Ark. ARIZONA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. BRITISH COLUMBIA — R. L. REID, 525 Seymour St., Vancouver, B. C. CALIFORNIA — ERNEST R. WERNSTItOM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORADO— ERNES

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    The Numismatist, March 1935

    1/3/1935

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PHILPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, Texas. T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J. HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, III. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager. Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. ALAIIAMA— J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ARIZONA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. BRITISH COLUMBIA — R. L. REID, 525 Seymour St., Vancouver, B. C. CALIFORNIA— ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORAHO — ERNEST CERNY, P. O. Box 111, Denver, Col.

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    The Numismatist, May 1935

    1/5/1935

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PHILPOTT, .JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J, HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager. Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. ALABAMA — J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ARKANSAS — ROY O. PORTER, Box 67, Clarksville, Ark. ARIZONA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. BRITISH COLUMBIA — R. L. REID, 525 Seymour St., Vancouver, B. C. CALIFORNIA— ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal. COLORADO —

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    The Numismatist, September 1935

    1/9/1935

    Highlight: HARLEY L. FREEMAN, Chairman, 1432 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WILLIAM A. PHILPOTT, JR., Secretary Texas Bankers’ Association, Dallas, Tl?0XcVS T. JAMES CLARKE, 38 Charles St., Jamestown, N. Y. HENRY HUNT, 114 Wabash St., W. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. J. HENRI RIPSTRA, 2126 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. Official Magazine: THE NUMISMATIST. F. G. DUFFIELD, Editor and Business Manager. Publication Office, Federalsburg, Md. Editorial and General Offices, 4215 Fernhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. DISTRICT SECRETARIES. ALABAMA— J. J. GONZALES, 1204 North Ave. N. E., Atlanta, Ga. ARKANSAS — ROY O. PORTER, Box 67, Clarksville, Ark. ARIZONA — M. JOE MURPHY, Box 405, Phoenix, Ariz. BRITISH COLUMBIA — R. L. REID, 525 Seymour St., Vancouver, B. C. CALIFORNIA — ERNEST R. WERNSTROM, Box 384, San Francisco, Cal.

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    The Numismatist, January 1938

    1/1/1938

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman, Herbert W. Walker. C. F. vSheridan, 17 71 East 47th St., Cleveland, Ohio. United States Cents. Harley L. Freeman, Herbert W. Walker. AVilliam B. (^omstoek, 626 Decatur St., Lincoln, 111. All Coins & Commemo- rative Half Dollars. Charles H. Fisher, Ray D. Walston. W. D. AV^estbay, 1613 Tyler St., Amarillo, Texas. Old & Odd American Money. E. L. Scarbrough, Harry T. Wilson. William Brinielow, 6 20 South Main St., Elkhart, Ind. Rare Roman, Greek, and Chinese. Harry T. Wilson, Frank C. Ross. Louis B. Moskovits, New Smyrna Beach, Fla. United States Gold, Roman, and Greek. Kirk Adams, Anderson C. Borechelle and F. Fuller. Charles Delaney Fiihr, 3 51 Ogden Ave., Jersey City, N. J. United States^ General. Harry T. Wilson, J. T. Lynch, Demetero Petrontra, Esq. Gary H. Payner, 63

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    The Numismatist, April 1940

    1/4/1940

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Windau: Approximately 700 pieces of money depicting the historical as- pect of the Spanish Main, from Carlos and Joanna to the present time. The col- lection included cob money, pillar dollars, scale money, the bust types (of the monarchs), the revolutionary series from 1913 to 1917, and the present series. A set of the excessively rare 60-peso dies of Oaxaca was also exhibited. Harley L. Freeman: National bank notes with charter numbers 3, 5, 7, 13; $5 demand notes of Boston; Spanish-American gold and silver coins from Carlos and Joanna to Ferdinand VI; cut .and counterstamped coins of the Spanish-Americas. Ambrose P.

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    HARLEY FREEMAN COLONIAL PAPER MONEY INVENTORY

    08/06/2017

    Highlight: Undoubtedly Newman used much of the research in The Freeman Journal to create the first edition of The Early Paper Money of America.

    Figure 1 - A Page from the Harley L. Freeman Inventory of Colonial and Continental Currency

    Harley Freeman was a collector who lived from 1895 to 1976. Mr. Freeman lived in Cleveland, Ohio until 1947 when he retired to Florida. Freeman began collecting coins as a child and was active in the ANA where he was chairman of the board in 1933 and was a charter member of the Western Reserve Numismatic Society. Mr. Freeman was also founder and president of the Daytona Beach Numismatic Club. He assembled a collection of Colonial and Continental paper money in a class with legendary collections like Henry Chapman, Joshua Cohen, F.C.C. Boyd and John

    The Summer 2017 issue of The C4 Newsletter (C4N) (published by the Colonial

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    The Asylum, Spring 1988

    1/4/1988

    Highlight: Eidlitz Foster Ely Mary Ferguson Harley L. Freeman William M. Friesner Howard D. Gibbs Maurice Gould Charles E. Green Henry T. Grogan Thomas Hall William C. Hazlitt George Hetrich L. W. Hoffecker William Idler William G. Jerrems John F. Jones Richard D. Kenney Hugo Landecker Theophile Leon Howard E. Macintosh Moses Marcuson

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    The Centinel, vol. 24, no. 3

    1/3/1977

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Collection To Be Auctioned in Milwaukee A superb offering of nice numismat- ic material has been arranged for the CSNS auction in Milwaukee by the firm of RARCOA of Chicago. As a highlight of the sale, RARCOA is pleased to offer the Harley L. Free- man collection of Florida obsolete currency. Mr. Freeman, a 53-year member and former Chairman of the Board of the ANA, was an ardent researcher and writer on the subject of Florida’s early currency. He wrote the book Florida Obsolete Notes and Scrip which was published by the Society of Paper Money Collectors in 1967. This was the first of the Wismer project books on obsolete currency, and has become the standard work on the sub- ject. Mr. Freeman’s collection includes approximately 500 Florida notes rang- ing from a UNIQUE 17

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    The Centinel, vol. 24, no. 3

    1/3/1977

    Highlight: will sell the Harley L. Freeman collection of nu- mismatic literature. Included in the mail bid sale is an outstanding selection of literature : Numismatists from 1921 - 1975; ANS literature; a large selection of paper money catalogs; a superb set of auc- tion catalogs; and other items too nu- merous to mention. Collectors wishing to study the sale catalog in advance of the sale date may secure a copy by sending $3 (which covers both the auction cata- log and list of prices realized) to Rare Coin Company of America, Inc., 31 North Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois 60602. FUTURE CSNS CONVENTIONS May 13-15, 1977 Red Carpet-Expo Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin Chairman: A. P. “Del” Bertschy, 714 E. Glendale Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211. May 12-14, 1978 Chase-Park Plaza Hotel St. Louis,

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    The Centinel, vol. 25, no. 1

    1/6/1977

    Highlight: were the specimens in the Harley L. Freeman collection of Florida obsolete notes and scrip. Ex- tremely heavy floor bidding dominat- ed the Saturday session as buyers competed for ownership of prize speci- mens, said a RARCOA spokesman. The highlights of the Freeman col- lection, the unique Pensacola Colonial note, brought $3,500 after an opening bid of $1,500. One of only two known $500 State of Florida notes, lot 963, brought $1,350. Two unlisted “carpet- bagger” issues of the late 1860’s real- ized $500 each after opening at $110 and $150 respectively. Proof notes gen- erally were given the final gavel in the $150 to $200 range, further indicat- ing the strength that obsolete currency is enjoying at this time, RARCOA said. Most of the rare scrip notes brought prices from $100 to $150,

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    Copperhead Courier: Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 14, no. 1-4

    1/3/1980

    Highlight: This article is dedicated to the memory of the late HARLEY L. FREEMAN TAMS 26 Pioneer collector and catalogger of Florida scrip and trade tokens. And a special dedication to the researchers in New Orleans: John A Mahe 2nd Curatorial Assistant The Historical New Orleans Collection Louisiana State Museum Rose Lambert, Librarian Louisiana Historical Center SAZERAC CO. INC. Stanley Schwam V.P. (Makers of Peychaud’s Bitters) Clarence Rareshide SPMC New Orleans paper money collector Plus a special thanks to my fellow Florida collectors for their kind assistance. C. R. Clark TAMS # 2395 Hubie Carcarba TAMS #281 Grover Criswell TAMS # 2060 SPRING 1980 Page 13

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    Harley L. Freeman Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 7, 1940, to December 2, 1940

    /1940

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 7, 1940, to December 2, 1940 Burdette G. Johnson

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    Harley L. Freeman Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 7, 1940, to December 2, 1940

    /1940

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman 1432 Bast 47th Street Cleveland, Ohio Coins of Spain 1196-1213 Broad denier of Peter 11 r54T.ir Dirhem of the Moorish of Aragon. Unc. 75 Khalif .Abderahman 1. 1213-76 Denier of Jamee I of Aragon Very fine 75 ~ for Valencia. Fi. 35 — 182 M II Dirhem of A1 Hakan I, the 1217-52 Pepione of Ferd. Ill of Moorish Khalif. V. fi. —75- _ Caetile. V. good -26 226 H M Dirhem of the Moorish 1252-84 Denier of Alphonoo X of Khalif, Abderahman II. Onatilc. Very good ‘60 Very good 50- 1284-96 Denier of Sancho IV. of 252 H H Dirhem of the Moorish Castile. Fi. 50 - Khalif, Mohammed X. 12C5-91 Groat of Alphonso III of V. fi. 75 — Aragon. Fi. 1 50 _ 272 " N Dirhem. Very fine -75 — 1291-1327 Denier of James I* of 343 " M " of the Moorish Aragon for Barcelona. Fi. 60 - Khalif, Abderahman III.

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    Harley L. Freeman Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 7, 1940, to December 2, 1940

    /1940

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman #2 — 60 00 - 40 1 35 1 50 Going of Spain 1390-1406 Gold do bit of H?nry III of Castile, with an inscrip, not in Heiss. V. fi. Seville Mint " -1406 Billon Blanc of Henry III of Castile. Fi. 1392-1408 Square coin of Mohammad VII the Moorish King of Granada. Fi. hut holed. Curious 1406-54 Pure silver. Heal of John II, of Caatile, struck at 3eville. V. fi. H -54 Agnus Dei of John II. of Castile. Fi. " -54 31anca of John II of Caatile Fine 1454-74 Pure silver real of Henry IV. of Castile. With his bust. Fine " -74 Pure 3 llver \ real of Henry IV. of Castile. V.fi. " -75 Gold Enrique cf Henry IV. With inscrip, not given in Heiss V. fi. V. rare 1467-70 - 4 - Ducat of Rene of Anjou, King of Naples. Struck for Aragon, the throne of which he claimed. Heiss LXXIV-2. V. fi. and ex.

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    Harley L. Freeman Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 7, 1940, to December 2, 1940

    /1940

    Highlight: Harley L, Freeman #4 / 40 Coins of Spain -< L726 Real" of” the Segovia Mint. Uno. H Oold 4 escudos for Majorca. Very fine; very rare 1728 4 reals of Philip Y. Segovia Mint. Unc. 1730 2 reals of Philip Y. Seville Mint. Mint Mark on rev. in inscription. Pi. 1739 Pattern 4 narttvadia of Philip Y. The King's name in 50 „ ecroo-^ 2 50 _ " £ real of Philip Y. Madrid Mint. Pi. 35- 1747 Gold dollar of Ford. VI. Unc. 2 50 1750 ^ real of Ferd. VI. Seville Mint. V. fi. 35 1756 Real of Ferd. VI. Unc. Brill. 75^ 1757 2 reels of Ferd. VI. Madrid Mint. Unc. 90 _ 1770 Marayedi of Chas. III. Unc. red 25 _ 1773 8 maravedis of Chas. Ill Proof end very rare 2 50 — M 2 maravedis. Uno. 25 _ 1776 2 reals of Chas. III. Seville Mint. Unc. -Ytrr- 1779 Gold 2 escudos of the Seville Mint. Ex. fi. 10 00- 1788 2 reals

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    Harley L. Freeman Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 7, 1940, to December 2, 1940

    /1940

    Highlight: Harley L. Freeman #6 Ccins of Spain l8l4 £ real of Ford. VII. Unc. 50 ^ 1860 Snain. 10 oentamos, Isabella I*. Unc. red 40 1817 4 maravodiu of Ford. VII. 1861 Gold dollar of 20 reals. Unc. 3 00 Perfect brill, proof and very- rare thus 6-00.- " 20 reals in platinum, struck from the die of the gold 20 1818 Maravadi cf Ford. VII. Una. reals. Unc. and very rare 15 00 brill. 1820 4 maravedis of Ferd. VII. Large head. Unc. red " Broad 8 maravedis. 3oall head. Unc. 1823 8 maravedis of Ferd. VII. Struck: after his restoration to absolute power. Unc. H 4 reals of the Constitutional Government. Issued in Valencia Proof 8 maravedis of Government. V. the Constitutional fi. 4 maravedis of Ford. VII. Uno.red H « ii ii 1824 1825 2 1830 8 Remarkable old bust of the King. Very fine " Real of Ferd. VII. Unc.

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