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    Lanark mills

    UK Merchant Countermarks in the Brand Ledgers

    6/5/2017

    Secondary Year per Invoice Metal Country Denom. Date Mint Cost Description No Ledger on page Ledger date Bowers number per Brand mark $US 1 7 20 44279 1908-1909 1908 133 Cu - - - - 2.75 Deanston Cotton Mills 2 7 20 44280 1908-1909 1908 134 Cu - - - - 3.00 Rothsay Mills 3 7 71 46047 1908-1909 1908 800 Ag - 5 shill 1807 M Glasgow Bank cs on Mo 8R 1807 4 7 71 46048 1908-1909 1908 801 Ag - 4/9 1794 M Lanark mills cs on Mo 8R 1794 5 7 71 46049 1908-1909 1908 802 Ag - 5 shill 1806 M Lanark Mills cs on Mo 8R 1806 6 7 71 46050 1908-1909 1908 803 Ag - 4/6 1791 M McFie Lindsay & Co cs on Mo 8R 1791 7 7 71 46051 1908-1909 1908 804 Ag - 2/4 - - Rothsay Mills cs on half of 8R 8 7 71 46052 1908-1909 1908 805 Ag - 1/8 - - Rothsay Mills cs on part of 8R 9 7 71 46053 1908-1909 1908 806 Ag - 4/9 1791 M 188.00 Thistle B


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    The Numismatist, Vol. 32 (1919)

    /1919

    8 Reals, 179.5, Cm. “A. GIBSOX & CO., LOCHWENNOCH, 5S.” (Attributed to Lochwennoch, Renfrewshire, Scotland.) Mexico, 8 Reals, 1807, Cm with round stamp, “GLASGOW BANK” enclosing “.5/ — .” (Attributed to Lanarkshire, Scotland.) Spain, 8 Reals, , Cm. “THOMAS KIRK, DUNDEE, 4/6.” (At- tributed to Forfarshire, Scotland.) Spain. Pillar Peso, , Cm. an incuse circle bearing the inscrip- tion “PAY.\BLE AT Lanark mills,” the raised center having “5/ — .” (Attributed to Lanarkshire, Scotland.) Mexico, 8 Reals, 1794, Cm. a round stamp, “PAYABLE AT LANARK MILLS,” enclosing “4/9” (incuse). Spain, 8 Reals, 1800, Cm. “PAYABLE AT LANARK MILLS,” enclos- ing “5/—.” .Mexico, 8 Reals, 1801, Cm. “PAYABLE AT LANARK MILLS,” enclos- ing "5/—.” Mexico, 8 Reals. 1808, Cm. an incuse circle bearing the inscription “PAYABLE AT LAN


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    The Numismatist, Vol. 32 (1919)

    /1919

    8 Reals, 179.5, Cm. “A. GIBSOX & CO., LOCHWENNOCH, 5S.” (Attributed to Lochwennoch, Renfrewshire, Scotland.) Mexico, 8 Reals, 1807, Cm with round stamp, “GLASGOW BANK” enclosing “.5/ — .” (Attributed to Lanarkshire, Scotland.) Spain, 8 Reals, , Cm. “THOMAS KIRK, DUNDEE, 4/6.” (At- tributed to Forfarshire, Scotland.) Spain. Pillar Peso, , Cm. an incuse circle bearing the inscrip- tion “PAY.\BLE AT Lanark mills,” the raised center having “5/ — .” (Attributed to Lanarkshire, Scotland.) Mexico, 8 Reals, 1794, Cm. a round stamp, “PAYABLE AT LANARK MILLS,” enclosing “4/9” (incuse). Spain, 8 Reals, 1800, Cm. “PAYABLE AT LANARK MILLS,” enclos- ing “5/—.” .Mexico, 8 Reals, 1801, Cm. “PAYABLE AT LANARK MILLS,” enclos- ing "5/—.” Mexico, 8 Reals. 1808, Cm. an incuse circle bearing the inscription “PAYABLE AT LAN


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    The Numismatist, Vol. 32 (1919)

    /1919

    8 Reals, 179.5, Cm. “A. GIBSOX & CO., LOCHWENNOCH, 5S.” (Attributed to Lochwennoch, Renfrewshire, Scotland.) Mexico, 8 Reals, 1807, Cm with round stamp, “GLASGOW BANK” enclosing “.5/ — .” (Attributed to Lanarkshire, Scotland.) Spain, 8 Reals, , Cm. “THOMAS KIRK, DUNDEE, 4/6.” (At- tributed to Forfarshire, Scotland.) Spain. Pillar Peso, , Cm. an incuse circle bearing the inscrip- tion “PAY.\BLE AT Lanark mills,” the raised center having “5/ — .” (Attributed to Lanarkshire, Scotland.) Mexico, 8 Reals, 1794, Cm. a round stamp, “PAYABLE AT LANARK MILLS,” enclosing “4/9” (incuse). Spain, 8 Reals, 1800, Cm. “PAYABLE AT LANARK MILLS,” enclos- ing “5/—.” .Mexico, 8 Reals, 1801, Cm. “PAYABLE AT LANARK MILLS,” enclos- ing "5/—.” Mexico, 8 Reals. 1808, Cm. an incuse circle bearing the inscription “PAYABLE AT LAN


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    BRITISH COUNTERMARKED SILVER INFORMATION SOUGHT

    12/25/2016

    neral I am now discovering new information and updating my records accordingly. So anyone with examples or information regarding this type would be of interest to me. However I still have some old entries where the relevant documentation still eludes me. From the USA. 1) Colony Coin Company for May 1971. I believe this to be a sale catalogue with records of two merchant countermarks, one for Lanark mills and one for Cromford. I do not believe there are photos. 2) Moffat Auction for July 2004. I believe this is an auction in the USA and to have one lot for J. Muir Manufr. Paisley. I am not sure of photos. From the UK. 1) Ashby, Glasgow for July 1983. One example of a Lanark Mills. Not sure about a photo. 2) Weight, London for September 1912.Three lots, a Lanark, Rothsay and Cromford being lots 792


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1955

    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 readin


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    American Journal of Numismatics, Vols. 1-5

    5/1/1866

    rev. the crowned hemispheres between pillars, on each side a countermark consisting of the letters G R in large ornamented Roman character; (2) one of 1789, obv. head of Charles HI., upon it a stamp of circular form, on the circumference of which PAYABLE AT ROTHSAY COTTON MILLS*, in the centre $ Sb on a cotton bale; (3) one of 1801, obv. same head, with circular stamp, on circumference PAYABLE AT Lanark mills, in centre $f Jas. Muhlenberg Bailey, Recording Secretary. Regular Meeting , November n tb, 1869. — Vice-President Betts in the chair. The Committee appointed to perfect the record of the minutes of the Society reported that the minutes have been engrossed to March, 1869. The Report was accepted and the Committee discharged. A number of interesting letters were read from corresponding members, an


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    Garrett Family Papers - Schulman, J., 1916-1927 [ANS Garrett papers, box 6, folder 12]

    1/1/1916

    onnales Gauloisea Kos. 2^9 2, 3, 4, 5, 7,.^', 9, Ifi, 12a, 13, 14, ‘ic; 17, IS, 19, 20, n, 2 ^,,^. OstrogcthSa Nos,^, 33 Tiers do sou d’Of rodroringlona Hoa. 95 ,^ 1 . 47 , 43, 4^, 50 , 52, 53 , 62 l*Heptarchle Anglo-saxonne. Ho 3a 63, 6^, 65, 66, 6^, 70,^73 I should also be glad if you would send me on apjaroral 119 ^'^ 14 Hlspano-American Peso struclc 4t Uexl in 1805 ooi^rtormarlced "Peyable at Lanark mills,” from your list dated Noverabor, 1926, Sincerely yours. J.’/O: S


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    American Journal of Numismatics, Vols. 1-5

    5/1/1866

    rev. the crowned hemispheres between pillars, on each side a countermark consisting of the letters G R in large ornamented Roman character; (2) one of 1789, obv. head of Charles HI., upon it a stamp of circular form, on the circumference of which PAYABLE AT ROTHSAY COTTON MILLS*, in the centre $ Sb on a cotton bale; (3) one of 1801, obv. same head, with circular stamp, on circumference PAYABLE AT Lanark mills, in centre $f Jas. Muhlenberg Bailey, Recording Secretary. Regular Meeting , November n tb, 1869. — Vice-President Betts in the chair. The Committee appointed to perfect the record of the minutes of the Society reported that the minutes have been engrossed to March, 1869. The Report was accepted and the Committee discharged. A number of interesting letters were read from corresponding members, an


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    Coin Collector's Journal, vol. 10

    1/1/1885

    way. No. 6. Upon a Spanish Dollar of Charles IV, dated 1803, Glasgow BANK — 5, counterstamped in a circle. No. 7. Upon a Spanish Dollar of Charles IV, dated 1801, thistle BANK — 4-9, counterstamped in a circle. No. 8. Upon a Spanish Dollar of Charles IV, dated 1795, a. gibson & CO. LOCHwiNNOCH — 5, couiiterstamped on a wide band. No. 9. Upon a Spanish Dollar of Charles IV, dated 1801, payable AT Lanark mills — 5, counterstamped on a band.


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    Garrett Family Papers - Schulman, J., 1916-1927 [ANS Garrett papers, box 6, folder 12]

    1/1/1916

    onnales Gauloisea Kos. 2^9 2, 3, 4, 5, 7,.^', 9, Ifi, 12a, 13, 14, ‘ic; 17, IS, 19, 20, n, 2 ^,,^. OstrogcthSa Nos,^, 33 Tiers do sou d’Of rodroringlona Hoa. 95 ,^ 1 . 47 , 43, 4^, 50 , 52, 53 , 62 l*Heptarchle Anglo-saxonne. Ho 3a 63, 6^, 65, 66, 6^, 70,^73 I should also be glad if you would send me on apjaroral 119 ^'^ 14 Hlspano-American Peso struclc 4t Uexl in 1805 ooi^rtormarlced "Peyable at Lanark mills,” from your list dated Noverabor, 1926, Sincerely yours. J.’/O: S


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    The Numismatist, December 1925

    12/1/1925

    t, 3 27 Fourth Avenue, New York City, Mr. J. M. Swanson presiding. Present: Messrs. Case, Swanson, Wood, Schulman, Gut- tag, Valentine, Blake, Livingston, Robertson, Miller, Merritt, Zerbe, Fire- stone and Wormser. Visitor, Mr. Julius Metzler. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Exhibits were as follows: Messrs. Wood and Firestone: Spanish Dollars counterstamped by J. Muir, of Paisley; Lanark mills, T. Shields & Co., and Severn Mills; Spanish Dol- lars counterstamped by Bank of England; two varieties counterstamped crown over W. R. for Sierra Leone; Holey and Dump, of Australia; also an assortment of counterstamped pieces of Brazil, Malta, Colombia, Trinidad, and two pieces of Puech, Bein & Co., of New Orleans, one piece having the counterstamp canceled with a punch mark “Bad.” In addition


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    The Numismatist, September 1937

    9/1/1937

    land, Md. Straits Settlement dollar and half dollar in silver. Mr. Bullions: English coins, halfpenny, five types of pennies, farthing, three types of sixpence, fourpence and shilling; 10 English medals and tokens. Mr. Hunt: English coins, crown size, Edward VI, 1551, .Y mint; 1552, mint mark tun; Elizabeth, 1601; Commonwealth, 1653; Cromwell, 1658; William and Mary, 1691; Bank of England, 1804; “Lanark mills” on Mexi- co, 1799; 5/0 on 8 reals; Cromford 4/9 on 8 reals; Peru, 1793. Mr. Gies: English coins, 10 penny tokens, 10 halfpenny tokens, 10 farth- ings, 15 penny tokens of the Isle of Man, pennies of 1797, 1799, and 1806; 7 halfpennies, George I to Victoria; 11 silver coins of George III to George V; four Connecticut cents. CALIFORNIA COIN CIjVB — August 3, Vice-President H. G. Kirkpatrick presidi


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    Garrett Family Papers - Schulman, J., 1916-1927 [ANS Garrett papers, box 6, folder 12]

    1/1/1916

    onnales Gauloisea Kos. 2^9 2, 3, 4, 5, 7,.^', 9, Ifi, 12a, 13, 14, ‘ic; 17, IS, 19, 20, n, 2 ^,,^. OstrogcthSa Nos,^, 33 Tiers do sou d’Of rodroringlona Hoa. 95 ,^ 1 . 47 , 43, 4^, 50 , 52, 53 , 62 l*Heptarchle Anglo-saxonne. Ho 3a 63, 6^, 65, 66, 6^, 70,^73 I should also be glad if you would send me on apjaroral 119 ^'^ 14 Hlspano-American Peso struclc 4t Uexl in 1805 ooi^rtormarlced "Peyable at Lanark mills,” from your list dated Noverabor, 1926, Sincerely yours. J.’/O: S


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    UK Merchant Countermarks in the Brand Ledgers

    6/5/2017

    - 62.50 cs CASTLE COMER COLLIERY 56 17 185 104012 1920-1921 1920 380 Ag England 4 Shillings 9 Pence - - 16.87 Spanish 8R cs THISTLE BANK 57 17 211 104465 1920-1921 1920 943 Ag England 4 Sh 9 Pence 1800 - CROMFORD cs on Spanish 8R 1800 58 17 211 104466 1920-1921 1920 943 Ag England - - 29.38 ADELPHI COTTON WORKS cs on 1/2 Ecu 59 19 197 116419 1921-1922 1921 181 Ag Gt. Britain 4 Shil 9 Pence 62.50 Lanark mills (Spink-S 1 1/21/21 RE. Cr 12/9/21 60 20 291 123258 1922 1922 486 Ag Gt. Britain 1/8 Shilling token - - 47.50 Rothsay Mills-cs on segment Spanish 8R 61 20 291 123259 1922 1922 487 Ag Gt. Britain 4/9 Shilling token 1791 L 25.00 Thistle Bank-cs on 1791 Lima 8R 62 20 291 123260 1922 1922 490 Ag Gt. Britain 5 Shilling token 1811 M 135.00 Forster & Corbet-cs on 1811 Mexico 8R


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1848 (vol. 18)

    1/1/1848

    of a machine for spinning cotton, &c., presented to the Royal Society of Arts, by Mr. John Barton. “ A gold medal, value .£20, was awarded by tbe Royal Society of Arts, for the in- vention of a machine for carding waste silk, cotton, &c. 1789 A mule jenny constructed at Amiens with 280 spindles. 1791 First cotton mill erected in the United States. 1792 A self-acting mule invented by Mr. Kelly, of Lanark mills. 1793 First attempt to spin yarn from 100’s and upwards by power. 1799 First spinning mule erected in Saxony. 1802 Subscription of .£500 raised by Mr. S. Crompton, by Mr. John Kennedy and others. 1805 Premium given by the Royal Society of Arts, to Mr. John Beard, for a machine for cutting and crooking wires for cards used in cotton and wool. 1806 Cotton manufacturing considered completely establi


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1848 (vol. 18)

    1/1/1848

    of a machine for spinning cotton, &c., presented to the Royal Society of Arts, by Mr. John Barton. “ A gold medal, value .£20, was awarded by tbe Royal Society of Arts, for the in- vention of a machine for carding waste silk, cotton, &c. 1789 A mule jenny constructed at Amiens with 280 spindles. 1791 First cotton mill erected in the United States. 1792 A self-acting mule invented by Mr. Kelly, of Lanark mills. 1793 First attempt to spin yarn from 100’s and upwards by power. 1799 First spinning mule erected in Saxony. 1802 Subscription of .£500 raised by Mr. S. Crompton, by Mr. John Kennedy and others. 1805 Premium given by the Royal Society of Arts, to Mr. John Beard, for a machine for cutting and crooking wires for cards used in cotton and wool. 1806 Cotton manufacturing considered completely establi


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1931

    side of the mint-mark. Charles I Medalet by Briot, with reverse engraved arms. William IV Crown, 1831. Victoria.— Proof of the halfpenny of 1868 in nickel. Spanish Dollar countermarked GR 5. Segments of Spanish Dollars, countermarked " Payable at Rothesay Mills," “ 2s. 6 d.” , and another " is. 8 d." French half Ecu, countermarked " Adelphi Cotton Works,” and another, countermarked, " 2 s. 61 d. Lanark mills.” A box thaler with miniatures painted in oils. U.S.A. 5 cents. Encased stamp used as currency, temp. North and South Confederate War.


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1931

    274 Index L, the use of the symbol r for the letter, 195. Ladysmith. Defence of, bar to Boer War Medal, 193. ,, Relief of, bar to Boer War Medal, 193. Laing's Nek bar to Boer War Medal, 193- Lanark mills, token of the, 190. Langley, Bishop, omission on all Durham pennies of the star of, 74. Lautenthal mine, coin of, 157. Lawrence, L. A., f.s.a. : — English and Irish Coins of Henry VIII bearing Initials of his Queens, 89-92, 220. Lawrence, L. A., and the closure of the Archbishop’s mint at York, during the op- eration of the King’s mint, 73. „ „ coins of, 74, 76, 77. 78 , 79. Si, 82, 83, 84, 85, 8


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1955

    d that “Dancing is the amusement of the younger and newspapers and backgammon of the older in- habitants of Rothsay. Perhaps Keynon stayed to enjoy these pleasures. After the purchase of the mill by Dale — he died in 1806 — it had changed hands several times by 1818, when it was owned by William Kelly of Glasgow. He was probably the inventor of a new kind of spinning-machinery, was manager of the Lanark mills for Dale in 1792, and left that post when Robert Owen became their owner about 1800. A commercial directory for Scotland in 1821-2 records the Rothesay Spinning Company, Rothesay Mills, with Robert Thom as agent. An account of Rothesay written in 1840 records the existence of the mills, which had been greatly enlarged, and the contribution they have made to the prosperity of the town, which had b


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /1955

    ill in possession of the New Lanark Twist Co. with Walker & Co. maintaining a yarn warehouse in Glasgow, but by 1840 the whole business was in the hands of Walker & Co. and so continued until 1880. In 1881 Mr. Henry Birkmyre, a member of the family which controlled, and still controls, the Gourock Ropework Co. Ltd., and Mr. R. G. Somerville, then Provost of Port Glasgow, became part-owners of the Lanark mills. The name Lanark Spinning Company is to be found from 1884 to 1900, and in 1903 the under- taking became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Gourock Ropework Co. and so it remains. 1 Blantyre In 1785 Dale began his second enterprise, in partnership with James Monteith, on the same lines as New Lanark, viz. the water-power of the Clyde, a village for the workpeople, and a cotton-spinning mill, with t


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    Auction Fifty-Four

    the demons of Anarchy who have overthrown Religion and Royalty. In exergue: HIMSELF AN HOST. (F-G) 308 GREAT BRITAIN: BIRMINGHAM PITT CLUB, 1814. BHM 834. 50mm. T. Webb.Sc. Choice matte finish Uncirculated. Glass encased as above. Obverse with draped bust of William Pitt to the left, NON SIBI SED PATRIAE. Reverse inscription, BIRMINGHAM/PITT CLUB/ MDCCCXIV within wreath. (F-G) 309 SCOTLAND. RARE Lanark mills COUNTERSTAMP. Brunk 52660; Scaby CD 65; Davis 84. An 1801 Eight Real coin has been c/s with a broad circle inscribed, PAYABLE AT LANARK MILI.S which encloses a separate counterstamp indicating its value as 4/9. (G) PLATE 310 RARE ARIZONA TERRITORY SALOON TOKEN. 26.3mm. Brass. Octagonal. Very Fine. R9. The obverse is inscribed: 'IHE STONE SALOON/M. RIVERA/ PROP./CONGRESS AT. In very small letters


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    Catalogue of the collection of coins and medals belonging to Mr. J. E. Herman ... [06/26/1893]

    FOREIGN SILVER COINS. 3 7 .iTt) 555 b' 55 6 557 558 . 559 ( 1 560 • 561 562 563 5 6 4 : i 565 ■j- 566 ?2 5 6 7 ' 7^s 68 fvTs6 9 v r 57° \ ’° 57 r :572 Scotland. James II. 1688 Pattern 60 Shillings, by the Roettiers, jacobus n dei gratia. Laur. bust r., beneath, 60. IV Royal arms cwnd, date sep. at top. Fine and rare. See Robertson, p. 100. — Lanark. 5 Shillings, payable at Lanark mills. Counter- stamped in circle of 21 mlm. within, 5/ on Mexico 8 Reales, Chas. IIII, 1801. Pierced near edge, good, rare. Norway. Fred III. 1654 2 Marcks. F. 3 linked and cwnd, value and date in leg. IV Lion with battle axe /. Good. 34. Sweden. Chas. XI. 1670 2 Marcks. Bust /. IV 3 Cwns, date, value. Chas. XII. 1705 Sim. with bust r. Good. 28, 30. 2 — Chas. XII. 1716 4 Marcks. Bust in armor r. IV Cw


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    Catalogue of a collection of coins and medals ... [02/03/1885]

    O0618 Scotland. Glasgow bank -]- 5/ in circle, on 1803 Dol. Chas. IV, Mo. 25. U0619 thistle bank. 4/9 in circle. IJ A thistle branch and flower ; on 1801 Dol. Chas. IV,, Lima. O0620 j. & a. muir * Greenock * 4/6 in circles of pellets; on 1821 Dol. of Ferd. VII, New Guatemala; pierced. 24. Ha 621 a. gibson & co. lochwinnoch — 5/; wide band; on 1795 Dol. Chas. IV, Mo. 25. 622 NEW LANARK: PAYABLE AT Lanark mills 5/; Oil 1801 Dol. Chas. IV, Mo. 25. 130623 ROTHESAY PAYABLE AT ROTHSAY COTTON MILLS * 5 sll. on cotton-sack, six-pointed star above ; on 1789 Dol. Chas. Ill, Mo. 24. 4^624 PAYABLE AT ROTHSAY MILLS-]- 2/6; Oil \ Section Dol. Chas. III. 12 x 25. L625 payable at rothsay mills -j- i /8 ; on 4 section of coun- terfeit Spanish Dol. 12 x 20. COUNTERSTAMPED COPPERS. I 626 Spain, 1641-55. Cobre resello :


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    Public auction sale : the Brevoort, Stoddard, Orcutt, Witherspoon and other collections. [11/05/1925]

    w. Crown CS on Cayenne Sou. Very rare. V. Fine. First in our sales. 1983 1803. St. Bartholomew. C. S. Crown on Large U. S. Cents of 1803. Very rare. First offered. 1984 1793. Bermuda. Penny. Head of Geo. III. Rx. Ship, BERMUDA 1793. Plain edge. Proof. Struck in silver. Ex. Rare. First in these sales. 1985 1806. Five Shillings. Necessity money. 5/ in centre of an incuse circle, on which PAYABLE AT Lanark mills; the whole on a Spanish 8 Reals of Chas. IV, dated 1806. Very rare. Fine. 1986 Guadeloupe. Cut Dollar. G, crowned, Cstpd; and square in centre of Spanish 8 Reals, made by cutting out the centre part of Coin, the edges crenated and ornamented. Very fine; on Spanish 8 Reals 1795. Very rare. 1987 Guadeloupe. Two Gs crowned in two squares, Cstpd on oblong % segment of Spanish Dollar, the edges crenat


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    Public auction sale : the Barnet, "Mercer" and other collections of rare coins, medals, tokens, curios, paper money, etc., etc. [05/02/1931]

    1910, 1915, D. & S. Unc. red. 3. 1915-16-1925-6. All D. Unc, red. 4. SCARCE FOREIGN SILVER THALERS ETC. 1725. Catherine I. of Russia. Broad ruble. Bust. Arms. Date in bor- der, Arab form. Fine. Rare. 1921. Soviet Russia. Ruble. Star within which figure 1. Date below. Ruble above, all in wrth. Hammer, sickles. Ex. F. Death to hoard. 1870. Papal States. Bust Pius IX. 5 Lire 1870. Scudo. Ex. F. Rare Lanark mills Cstp over Spanish S Reals, dated 1798, the sub date is 1809. VF. A $15 coin in England. Cyprus. New type heavy Silver. Bust of Geo. V. Rx. Arms of Richard the Lion-hearted. Forty Five Piastres. Unc. Unusual pc. Handsome work. Persia. Riza Shah. Bust to r. 5 Kraus or dollar. Mint state. Scarce. Hungary. Bust of Horthy. 5 Pengo. Unc. Scarce dollar.


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    Public sale : the big June coin sale : the Stetson, Adams, Belden, Hayes, Fletcher, Senft, Sayre, Maloney and other important collections of coins, medals, paper money, tokens, plaques, orders, decorations, autographs, etc. [06/27/1932]

    rass. Unc. 308 Male Slave Penny. Edge Payable in Dublin or London. Fine. Medals, Two Rare Old Presidential Autographed Documents, Ete. 30 8a Very Rare Washington medal. Head to r. Allegory. Three bearded males, 1 child. International Medical Congress, Washington, 1887. Diameter 7 5 IMM, 3 inches. V. Heavy in original Morocco box. As new. 30 8b Rare Countermarked Spanish dollar with 4/9 Payable at Lanark mills. The coin is pierced at top. Date is 17 9 7. 308c James Mom'oe Signature on a vellum Land Grant. Paper in fine state, dated 1824. Large and very desirable. 308d Andrew Jackson signature on a very fine large vellum document, dated 18 35, bearing seal of U. S. Land Office. Rare. Rare Liberty Cap Cent of 1793. 13L. 30 8e 1793. Rare Liberty Cap Cent, with perpendicular die break thro head. A very goo


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    Mail bid sale : United States and foreign gold : silver and minor coins. [04/04/1944]

    s very crude coin. Philip III. Tanga 1635. Very fine and rare. MADRAS. Double rupee (1811). Struck over Spanish dollar. Very fine. PIACENZA. Alexander Farnese. Scudo 1590. Very fine. PORTUGAL. John IV (1640-56). 400 Reis. Fine. Very scarce. PRUSSIA. Frederick the Great. 1767 Thaler, struck for trade in the Levant. Mint state. ROME. Clement X. Scudo 1673. Beatification of Pius V. Superb. SCOTLAND. Lanark mills 5 Shillings. Countermarked Spanish dollar. Prince George. Pattern half crown 1799 by Milton. Brilliant proof. SICILY. William II the Good (1166-89). *4 Tercenarii. Fine and rare. SWEDEN. John III. Salvator thaler 1575. Ex. fine. Charles XII. Rigsdaler 1712. Extremely fine. TRANQUEBAR. Frederick V (1746-66). 1 Royalin. Thick flan. Very fine and scarce. 1 Royalin 1756. Struck over Danish silver coi


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