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    N.O.W. News, Spring 2015

    4/1/2015

    le by Fred Borgmann ) Page 7 America's Longest Running Ad Campaign (feature article by Dreux Watermolen ) Pages 10-14 ANA news Page 16 World Coins Page 17 Collecting U.S. Silver Eagles, Plain and Simple (feature article by Mark Benvenuto) Pages 18,19 What's New at the U.S. Mint Page 20 Bureau of Engraving and Printing Page 21 Wisconsin Historical Society Token Collection (feature article by Roger Lalich) Pages 23-25 BOOKS! Page 26 Joe Paonessa, An interview Pages 27-29 Humorous Numis: The Dark Side (by Jeff Reichenberger) Pages 31,32 1921: A Collector's Paradise Pages 33,34 NOW Organization / Membership Application Page 35 Show Calendar Page 36 ON THE COVER: The beautiful Wisconsin National, formerly owned by NOW's founding member, Chet Krause. The note was last seen at auction in 2008 along wit


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    N.O.W. News, Spring 2015

    4/1/2015

    es for you to read, written by your fellow NOW members. Fred Borgmann starts us off with 'Milwaukee Vigilante Badge', followed by a timely springtime reminder, 'Only You Can Prevent Wild Fires', Dreux Watermolen's tribute to "America's Longest Running Ad Campaign". Next Mark Benvenuto keeps it simple with 'Silver Eagles', and to compliment these three regular contributors, first time author Roger Lalich reminds us of the wonderful resource we all have right under our noses, 'The Wisconsin Historical Society'. We also have a profile of Racine Hobo Nickel carver, Joe Paonessa. Of course you won't forget our regular features; NOW NEWS and NOTES (some IMPORTANT information concerning NOW Bylaws), Clubs, ANA and US Mi packed Show Calendar. Yes, spring is in the air! Here's hoping your fancy is filled


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    N.O.W. News, Spring 2015

    4/1/2015

    The Wisconsin Historical Society Wisconsin Token Collection by Roger Lalich H2096 The Wisconsin Historical Society in Madison, Wisconsin is an excellent resource for historical research. They have collections of newspapers, vital records, photographs, maps, genealogy data, biographical articles, etc. Of particular interest to Wisconsin token collectors is the Society's extensive city directory collection. Equally important is the Wisconsin State Gazetteer and Business Di


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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 44, no. 1-4

    3/1/2010

    North Prairie, WI CWT Issuers: Three Merchants and Three Die Errors Roger A. Lalich North Prairie is a small village in southern Wisconsin, about thirty miles west of Milwaukee. It is in the heart of Civil War store card token territory. Within fifteen miles of North Prairie are the Civil War token towns of East Troy, Genesee Depot (Genesee Station), Oconomowoc, Waukesha, and Whitewater. In 1852 the Milwaukee & Mississippi Railroad built a depot in a farming area that at the tim


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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 44, no. 1-4

    3/1/2010

    sales of the same token where possible (one J. Remington token sold four times during this period). At least one example of each merchant’s token is known in uncirculated condition. Rarity (“R”) Ratings Watson‘S Fulds'^ Kraft'* Hartzog'^ Lalich 1968 1975 1990 1991 2010 W.H. Bogardus (W1550A-U) 6 5 5 6 6 J. Remington (W1550B-la) 8 8 7 8 7 J. Smart (W1550C- la) 7 7 7 8 7 It is interesting that a village of only 250 people would have three merchants who Issued Civil War store cards and that each of the three token obverse dies was not more accurately crafted. NOTES 1. Bob O’Brien, “Colonial Descendants,” The Copperhead Courier, Vol. 13, No


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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 45, no. 1-4

    3/1/2011

    The CWTS Literary Awards Committee, composed of David Vogan (Chair), Steve Hayden, and Mark Jervis, selected the following for the Society’s 2010 Literary Awards: First Place: Donald Erlenkotter, “Civil War Token Prosecutions and Convictions” Second Place: William Luitje, “Why Did Michigan Merchants Switch Die Sinkers?” Third Place: Roger A. Lalich, “North Prairie, WI CWT Issuers: Three Merchants and Three Die Errors” Honorable Mention: Donald Erlenkotter, “Gustavus Lindenmueller: The Myth, The Man, The Mystery” General Discussion An award memorializing Steve Tanenbaum was suggested. The Executive Board was asked to consider, once again, a tiered pricing structure for life memberships. There was discussion of starting a Facebook page for th


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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 48, no. 1-4

    3/1/2014

    Civil War Store Card Rarity and Business Longevity Roger Lalich The rarity of Civil War tokens is an educated estimate based largely on token sale histories. It is not accurately known how many Civil War tokens are in existence today or how many were minted originally. The Civil War Token Journal has exam- ined these issues several times over the last 40 years.' It is assumed that the more of a particular token variety minted during the Civil War, the more of


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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 49, no. 1-4

    3/1/2015

    Tokens by Marr and Kleinsteuber Roger Lalich John Marr Charles Kleinsteuber Civil War tokens are often attributed to a certain manufacturer, producer, maker, shop, issuer, etc. For the Civil War token to get in the hands of the original end user merchant, three main steps must be taken; die engraving, die sinking and marketing/ distribution. This article addresses the John Marr and Charles Kleinsteuber affiliation with Civil War tokens. Joh


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 37, No.3

    6/1/1997

    264, 1647 Rutland Dr, Austin, TX 78758 6074. NAME AND ADDRESS CORRECTION 456 SCHMIDTMANN, Gil, 2346 Naples Ave., Mentane, CA 92359-9569. DECEASED RUGGERI,Sam 4318 SLOAN , Robert 2216 BECKER, RaeC RESIGNED 2101 LINDHEIM, Leon T. 2564 BURZINSKI, Lester 3337 ROGERS, Charlie N 338WILLIAMSON, R.R. 3883 WILGES, Dale 6151 KOPPERT, Davis F. 6192 SHARP, Thomas 7072 STADT, Russell 7090 DREES, Henry J. 7115 Lalich, Roger A, 7205 ESPOSITO, Joseph 7274 SMITH, Bill EXPELLED 5657 KOWALCZYK, Edward - Failure to respond to complaints from members 2259 TIPPY, R. R., 813 Cottonwood Ln., Carterville, IL 62918 9768. 7252 WAHL, Mrs. Carl, 9281 Imperial Ave., Kellogg, lA 50135- 8729. 1291 WAVLE Jr., John A., 1282 Bell Dr., Cortland, NY 13045- 1007. 6768 WILLIAMS, Jerry, 1 Dakata Lane, Los Alamos, NM 87544- 3809. Adver


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 35, No. 4

    8/1/1995

    tokens. Larry Johnson. 7112, ALAR, Tom, 3802 Gala Way, Cottage Grove, Wl 53527. Old medals with historical significance. Membership Chairman. 7113, ROHE, Dr. Randall, U.W.W. 1500 University Dr., Waukesha, Wl 53188. Lumber company tokens - Great Lakes states. Membership Chairman. 7114, GILSTRAP, Dr. William L., 4425 Revere Lane, Vidor, TX 77662. General tokens & medals. Membership Chairman. 7115, Lalich, Dr. Roger A., 420 Concord Drive, Brookfield, Wl 53005. Patriotic Civil War Tokens. Membership Chairman. 7116, SPINGARN, Joel, P.O. Box 782, Georgetown, CT 06829. Conder tokens and early large cents. Membership Chairman. ^einstat^^MembershipJ 5722, MORICE, David, P.O. Box 3382, Iowa City, IA 52244-3382. 5300, WRIGHT, LeRoy E , P.O. Box 22231, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. Address Changes 6926, ELLIOTT, G


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    N.O.W. News, Spring 2015

    4/1/2015

    le by Fred Borgmann ) Page 7 America's Longest Running Ad Campaign (feature article by Dreux Watermolen ) Pages 10-14 ANA news Page 16 World Coins Page 17 Collecting U.S. Silver Eagles, Plain and Simple (feature article by Mark Benvenuto) Pages 18,19 What's New at the U.S. Mint Page 20 Bureau of Engraving and Printing Page 21 Wisconsin Historical Society Token Collection (feature article by Roger Lalich) Pages 23-25 BOOKS! Page 26 Joe Paonessa, An interview Pages 27-29 Humorous Numis: The Dark Side (by Jeff Reichenberger) Pages 31,32 1921: A Collector's Paradise Pages 33,34 NOW Organization / Membership Application Page 35 Show Calendar Page 36 ON THE COVER: The beautiful Wisconsin National, formerly owned by NOW's founding member, Chet Krause. The note was last seen at auction in 2008 along wit


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    N.O.W. News, Spring 2015

    4/1/2015

    es for you to read, written by your fellow NOW members. Fred Borgmann starts us off with 'Milwaukee Vigilante Badge', followed by a timely springtime reminder, 'Only You Can Prevent Wild Fires', Dreux Watermolen's tribute to "America's Longest Running Ad Campaign". Next Mark Benvenuto keeps it simple with 'Silver Eagles', and to compliment these three regular contributors, first time author Roger Lalich reminds us of the wonderful resource we all have right under our noses, 'The Wisconsin Historical Society'. We also have a profile of Racine Hobo Nickel carver, Joe Paonessa. Of course you won't forget our regular features; NOW NEWS and NOTES (some IMPORTANT information concerning NOW Bylaws), Clubs, ANA and US Mi packed Show Calendar. Yes, spring is in the air! Here's hoping your fancy is filled


    Read more

    N.O.W. News, Spring 2015

    4/1/2015

    The Wisconsin Historical Society Wisconsin Token Collection by Roger Lalich H2096 The Wisconsin Historical Society in Madison, Wisconsin is an excellent resource for historical research. They have collections of newspapers, vital records, photographs, maps, genealogy data, biographical articles, etc. Of particular interest to Wisconsin token collectors is the Society's extensive city directory collection. Equally important is the Wisconsin State Gazetteer and Business Di


    Read more

    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 44, no. 1-4

    3/1/2010

    North Prairie, WI CWT Issuers: Three Merchants and Three Die Errors Roger A. Lalich North Prairie is a small village in southern Wisconsin, about thirty miles west of Milwaukee. It is in the heart of Civil War store card token territory. Within fifteen miles of North Prairie are the Civil War token towns of East Troy, Genesee Depot (Genesee Station), Oconomowoc, Waukesha, and Whitewater. In 1852 the Milwaukee & Mississippi Railroad built a depot in a farming area that at the tim


    Read more

    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 44, no. 1-4

    3/1/2010

    sales of the same token where possible (one J. Remington token sold four times during this period). At least one example of each merchant’s token is known in uncirculated condition. Rarity (“R”) Ratings Watson‘S Fulds'^ Kraft'* Hartzog'^ Lalich 1968 1975 1990 1991 2010 W.H. Bogardus (W1550A-U) 6 5 5 6 6 J. Remington (W1550B-la) 8 8 7 8 7 J. Smart (W1550C- la) 7 7 7 8 7 It is interesting that a village of only 250 people would have three merchants who Issued Civil War store cards and that each of the three token obverse dies was not more accurately crafted. NOTES 1. Bob O’Brien, “Colonial Descendants,” The Copperhead Courier, Vol. 13, No


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    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 45, no. 1-4

    3/1/2011

    The CWTS Literary Awards Committee, composed of David Vogan (Chair), Steve Hayden, and Mark Jervis, selected the following for the Society’s 2010 Literary Awards: First Place: Donald Erlenkotter, “Civil War Token Prosecutions and Convictions” Second Place: William Luitje, “Why Did Michigan Merchants Switch Die Sinkers?” Third Place: Roger A. Lalich, “North Prairie, WI CWT Issuers: Three Merchants and Three Die Errors” Honorable Mention: Donald Erlenkotter, “Gustavus Lindenmueller: The Myth, The Man, The Mystery” General Discussion An award memorializing Steve Tanenbaum was suggested. The Executive Board was asked to consider, once again, a tiered pricing structure for life memberships. There was discussion of starting a Facebook page for th


    Read more

    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 48, no. 1-4

    3/1/2014

    Civil War Store Card Rarity and Business Longevity Roger Lalich The rarity of Civil War tokens is an educated estimate based largely on token sale histories. It is not accurately known how many Civil War tokens are in existence today or how many were minted originally. The Civil War Token Journal has exam- ined these issues several times over the last 40 years.' It is assumed that the more of a particular token variety minted during the Civil War, the more of


    Read more

    The Civil War Token Journal, vol. 49, no. 1-4

    3/1/2015

    Tokens by Marr and Kleinsteuber Roger Lalich John Marr Charles Kleinsteuber Civil War tokens are often attributed to a certain manufacturer, producer, maker, shop, issuer, etc. For the Civil War token to get in the hands of the original end user merchant, three main steps must be taken; die engraving, die sinking and marketing/ distribution. This article addresses the John Marr and Charles Kleinsteuber affiliation with Civil War tokens. Joh


    Read more

    TAMS Journal, Vol. 37, No.3

    6/1/1997

    264, 1647 Rutland Dr, Austin, TX 78758 6074. NAME AND ADDRESS CORRECTION 456 SCHMIDTMANN, Gil, 2346 Naples Ave., Mentane, CA 92359-9569. DECEASED RUGGERI,Sam 4318 SLOAN , Robert 2216 BECKER, RaeC RESIGNED 2101 LINDHEIM, Leon T. 2564 BURZINSKI, Lester 3337 ROGERS, Charlie N 338WILLIAMSON, R.R. 3883 WILGES, Dale 6151 KOPPERT, Davis F. 6192 SHARP, Thomas 7072 STADT, Russell 7090 DREES, Henry J. 7115 Lalich, Roger A, 7205 ESPOSITO, Joseph 7274 SMITH, Bill EXPELLED 5657 KOWALCZYK, Edward - Failure to respond to complaints from members 2259 TIPPY, R. R., 813 Cottonwood Ln., Carterville, IL 62918 9768. 7252 WAHL, Mrs. Carl, 9281 Imperial Ave., Kellogg, lA 50135- 8729. 1291 WAVLE Jr., John A., 1282 Bell Dr., Cortland, NY 13045- 1007. 6768 WILLIAMS, Jerry, 1 Dakata Lane, Los Alamos, NM 87544- 3809. Adver


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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 35, No. 4

    8/1/1995

    tokens. Larry Johnson. 7112, ALAR, Tom, 3802 Gala Way, Cottage Grove, Wl 53527. Old medals with historical significance. Membership Chairman. 7113, ROHE, Dr. Randall, U.W.W. 1500 University Dr., Waukesha, Wl 53188. Lumber company tokens - Great Lakes states. Membership Chairman. 7114, GILSTRAP, Dr. William L., 4425 Revere Lane, Vidor, TX 77662. General tokens & medals. Membership Chairman. 7115, Lalich, Dr. Roger A., 420 Concord Drive, Brookfield, Wl 53005. Patriotic Civil War Tokens. Membership Chairman. 7116, SPINGARN, Joel, P.O. Box 782, Georgetown, CT 06829. Conder tokens and early large cents. Membership Chairman. ^einstat^^MembershipJ 5722, MORICE, David, P.O. Box 3382, Iowa City, IA 52244-3382. 5300, WRIGHT, LeRoy E , P.O. Box 22231, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. Address Changes 6926, ELLIOTT, G


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    Catalogs and inventories: Reference [ANS Garrett papers, box 10, folder 6]

    1/1/1920

    704 S. Africa War Services Medal. EF 2705 Canadian Volunteer Service Medal, silver. VF £15 2706 Korea War Medal (W. K. Andiris, Stwd. R.N.) VF £45 2707 — (Gnr. R. Vaughan, R.A.) VF £45 2708 U.N. Bronze issue. VF £15 2709 General Service Medal 1962, bar, N. Ireland (Gnr. S. C. Ritchie, R.A.) EF £20 2710 2 bars, Borneo, S. Arabia (P. J. Smith, M.(E)I. R.N.) EF 2711 Vietnam Service Medal (Gnr. R. G. Lalich, R.N.Z..A.) Scarce. VF £15 £15 £15 £45 £50 Sold MISCELLANEOUS 2712 Albert Medal, 2nd Class for Gallantry in Saving Life on Land. Reverse engraved ‘Presented in the name of Her Majesty to Richard Howells, Colliery Overman for saving life at the Tvnewvdd Colliery .April 1877’. No. 27 VF £750 Contained in case of issue. Complete with silver presentation pocket watch (not working) in case with lid an


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    THE WISCONSIN TOKEN COLLECTION

    05/17/2015

    THE WISCONSIN TOKEN COLLECTION http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v18n20a21.html John and Nancy Wilson write: The Numismatists of Wisconsin site has excellent information from Roger Lalich regarding collections in the Wisconsin Historical Society and a CWT from the Milwaukee public museum collection. Besides the token collection the WI historical society has an outstanding collection of Wisconsin obsolete notes which were cataloged some years back by Wendell Wolka. Thanks! Here's an excerpt from the article. -Editor The Historical Society also maintains a wide ra


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    WAYNE'S WORDS: THE E-SYLUM MAY 24, 2015

    05/24/2015

    WAYNE'S WORDS: THE E-SYLUM MAY 24, 2015 http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v18n21a01.html New subscribers this week include: Roger Lalich, courtesy of John and Nancy Wilson. Welcome aboard! We now have 1,856 subscribers. This week we open with birthday wishes to America's leading numismatic scholar, Eric Newman, literature offerings from Baldwin's and Münzen & Medaillen, three new books, and Colonial copies inspired by numismatic literature. Other topics include Congressional Gold Medals old and new, the D.


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    MORE ON THE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COUNTERSTAMP

    09/04/2016

    as GT-701; struck on U.S. 1799 silver dollar) (blank except for coin design) silver 39 mm, R-10 (Fuld Civil War token 153/B1)”. I looked at Fuld’s Photographic Plates for Patriotic Civil War Tokens, Volume 1 and found what appears to be the counterstamp token on Plate VI as number 153. This is a recent addition to NNP, so you should be able to download it there quite easily. From Roger Lalich: This is a civil war token die. See Civil War Token Society Journal vol. 6, no. 2, page 46 (available on Newman Portal). From David Gladfelter: This coin (or token) is listed in the current (fifth) edition of the Fuld patriotic Civil War token catalog as die combination 153/0, overstruck on a silver planchet (code fo), rarity R10 (unique), with comment "over 1799 U.S. dollar&q


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