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    Lanark mill

    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1955 Numismatics Periodicals

    ollar dated 1793 and is now in the Royal Scottish Museum Another specimen numbered 2399 on a Mexico dollar dated 1797 which was in the Thellusson Paget and Lingford collections is now in the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland There is another specimen numbered 2317 on a Mexico dollar dated 1785 PI XXXVI 17 I do not know of any others Lanarkshire Davis records 83 payable at Lanark mills in a circle and in the centre 5 incuse 84 Similar but value 4 9 in large incuse figures 85 PAYABLE at Lanark mills in a circle and in the centre 4 6 incuse 86 Similar but with the additional countermark p on the right No 83 has appeared more frequently than any other countermark and on a wide spread of seventeen dates from 1777 to 1818 inclusive PI XXXVI 18 A variety readi


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1955 Numismatics Periodicals

    c fame and Monsieur Papillon a Frenchman for dyeing cotton to a shade known as Turkey Red Possibly at about this time he acquired the Rothesay Cotton Works In 1783 Richard Arkwright paid a visit from Cromford to Glasgow where he met Dale and James Finlay at a dinner given him by Glas gow notables A few days afterwards Dale and Arkwright fixed the site for a cotton spinning mill and the New Lanark mill was built in 1784 In the following year in partnership with James Monteith the construction of a cotton mill at Blantyre Works began Shortly after manufacture was established at New Lanark about 1785 Dale went into partnership with Claud Alexander in building a cotton spinning mill at Catrine Dale was a remarkable man much given to practical philanthropy deeply religious founding his ow


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    Public coin auction : private treaty liquidations ... from the Farouk collection ... [11/29/1971]-[12/02/1971]



    Bank token 3 shillings 1811 First year Toned unc 32 50 Bank token IS 6 D 1811 Lightly toned unc 25 00 Bank token 1 S 6 D 1812 Short hair second type About VF nice unc Lot of 2 35 00 3 shilling token 1814 Toned nice VF tiny edge dents 12 50 3 shilling bank token 1814 Unc bust has been cleaned 30 00 Bank token 1 S 6D 1816 Last year Toned unc 25 00 Lanark mill 5 on Mexican 8 reales 1796 FM Same description as next lot PHOTO 250 00 Lanark Mills Mexican 8 reales 1802 MO FT counterstamped with PAY ABLE AT LANARK MILLS 5 Coin and counterstamp VF PHOTO 250 00 Mexico 8 reales 1789 counterstamped by Cromford Derbyshire 5 for 5 shillings about 1810 during the coin shortage Coin fine with edge nick PHOTO 350 00 Merchants tokens Mercha


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    Public coin auction : private treaty liquidations ... from the Farouk collection ... [11/29/1971]-[12/02/1971]



    Bank token 3 shillings 1811 First year Toned unc 32 50 Bank token IS 6 D 1811 Lightly toned unc 25 00 Bank token 1 S 6 D 1812 Short hair second type About VF nice unc Lot of 2 35 00 3 shilling token 1814 Toned nice VF tiny edge dents 12 50 3 shilling bank token 1814 Unc bust has been cleaned 30 00 Bank token 1 S 6D 1816 Last year Toned unc 25 00 Lanark mill 5 on Mexican 8 reales 1796 FM Same description as next lot PHOTO 250 00 Lanark Mills Mexican 8 reales 1802 MO FT counterstamped with PAY ABLE AT LANARK MILLS 5 Coin and counterstamp VF PHOTO 250 00 Mexico 8 reales 1789 counterstamped by Cromford Derbyshire 5 for 5 shillings about 1810 during the coin shortage Coin fine with edge nick PHOTO 350 00 Merchants tokens Mercha


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1955 Numismatics Periodicals

    ollar dated 1793 and is now in the Royal Scottish Museum Another specimen numbered 2399 on a Mexico dollar dated 1797 which was in the Thellusson Paget and Lingford collections is now in the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland There is another specimen numbered 2317 on a Mexico dollar dated 1785 PI XXXVI 17 I do not know of any others Lanarkshire Davis records 83 payable at Lanark mills in a circle and in the centre 5 incuse 84 Similar but value 4 9 in large incuse figures 85 PAYABLE at Lanark mills in a circle and in the centre 4 6 incuse 86 Similar but with the additional countermark p on the right No 83 has appeared more frequently than any other countermark and on a wide spread of seventeen dates from 1777 to 1818 inclusive PI XXXVI 18 A variety readi


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1955 Numismatics Periodicals

    c fame and Monsieur Papillon a Frenchman for dyeing cotton to a shade known as Turkey Red Possibly at about this time he acquired the Rothesay Cotton Works In 1783 Richard Arkwright paid a visit from Cromford to Glasgow where he met Dale and James Finlay at a dinner given him by Glas gow notables A few days afterwards Dale and Arkwright fixed the site for a cotton spinning mill and the New Lanark mill was built in 1784 In the following year in partnership with James Monteith the construction of a cotton mill at Blantyre Works began Shortly after manufacture was established at New Lanark about 1785 Dale went into partnership with Claud Alexander in building a cotton spinning mill at Catrine Dale was a remarkable man much given to practical philanthropy deeply religious founding his ow


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    NI Bulletin

    5/1/2016 Numismatics

    xteen of the 5 amount The strange fact of the Glasgow Bank tokens is that there are no known examples of cancelled marks other than one which was over stamped by the Muirkirk Iron Works as mentioned previously Perhaps the redeemed coins were melted straight away or otherwise added to the bank s reserves of bullion We have touched upon the cotton industry in Scotland when we talked about the Lanark mills There were many other concerns involved with all aspects of cotton spinning and weaving and one of the most interesting when looked at from the perspective of countermarked dollars is the Catrine Cotton Works Catrine had a variety of values being 6 6 2 5 6 6 5 oval 4 5 round 3 and 4 9 11 but the strange and unique factor with these countermarks is that they are all individua


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    Public coin auction : private treaty liquidations ... from the Farouk collection ... [11/29/1971]-[12/02/1971]



    Bank token 3 shillings 1811 First year Toned unc 32 50 Bank token IS 6 D 1811 Lightly toned unc 25 00 Bank token 1 S 6 D 1812 Short hair second type About VF nice unc Lot of 2 35 00 3 shilling token 1814 Toned nice VF tiny edge dents 12 50 3 shilling bank token 1814 Unc bust has been cleaned 30 00 Bank token 1 S 6D 1816 Last year Toned unc 25 00 Lanark mill 5 on Mexican 8 reales 1796 FM Same description as next lot PHOTO 250 00 Lanark Mills Mexican 8 reales 1802 MO FT counterstamped with PAY ABLE AT LANARK MILLS 5 Coin and counterstamp VF PHOTO 250 00 Mexico 8 reales 1789 counterstamped by Cromford Derbyshire 5 for 5 shillings about 1810 during the coin shortage Coin fine with edge nick PHOTO 350 00 Merchants tokens Mercha


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1955 Numismatics Periodicals

    ollar dated 1793 and is now in the Royal Scottish Museum Another specimen numbered 2399 on a Mexico dollar dated 1797 which was in the Thellusson Paget and Lingford collections is now in the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland There is another specimen numbered 2317 on a Mexico dollar dated 1785 PI XXXVI 17 I do not know of any others Lanarkshire Davis records 83 payable at Lanark mills in a circle and in the centre 5 incuse 84 Similar but value 4 9 in large incuse figures 85 PAYABLE at Lanark mills in a circle and in the centre 4 6 incuse 86 Similar but with the additional countermark p on the right No 83 has appeared more frequently than any other countermark and on a wide spread of seventeen dates from 1777 to 1818 inclusive PI XXXVI 18 A variety readi


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1955 Numismatics Periodicals

    c fame and Monsieur Papillon a Frenchman for dyeing cotton to a shade known as Turkey Red Possibly at about this time he acquired the Rothesay Cotton Works In 1783 Richard Arkwright paid a visit from Cromford to Glasgow where he met Dale and James Finlay at a dinner given him by Glas gow notables A few days afterwards Dale and Arkwright fixed the site for a cotton spinning mill and the New Lanark mill was built in 1784 In the following year in partnership with James Monteith the construction of a cotton mill at Blantyre Works began Shortly after manufacture was established at New Lanark about 1785 Dale went into partnership with Claud Alexander in building a cotton spinning mill at Catrine Dale was a remarkable man much given to practical philanthropy deeply religious founding his ow


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    NI Bulletin

    5/1/2016 Numismatics

    xteen of the 5 amount The strange fact of the Glasgow Bank tokens is that there are no known examples of cancelled marks other than one which was over stamped by the Muirkirk Iron Works as mentioned previously Perhaps the redeemed coins were melted straight away or otherwise added to the bank s reserves of bullion We have touched upon the cotton industry in Scotland when we talked about the Lanark mills There were many other concerns involved with all aspects of cotton spinning and weaving and one of the most interesting when looked at from the perspective of countermarked dollars is the Catrine Cotton Works Catrine had a variety of values being 6 6 2 5 6 6 5 oval 4 5 round 3 and 4 9 11 but the strange and unique factor with these countermarks is that they are all individua


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