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    Numismatic commentary and mail auction sale : featuring the Thomas U. Purrington collection of coins and paper money of North America. [04/27/1979]



    ed with obv a bit prooflike Half Cent 1855 Cohen 1 Red UNC 60 with a few small carbon spots more prominent on rev Half Cent 1856 Cohen 1 VF 20 Half Cent 1856 Cohen 1 Rev has die rust lump on I of UNITED as on Breen Proof 1 C Brilliant Red UNC 60 a few carbon spots Rather Proofy PHOTO Half Cent 1857 Cohen 1 EF 40 LARGE CENTS Wreath Cent 1793 LIBERTY in large letters Sheldon 5 Good 4 planchet is porous PHOTO Wreath Cent 1793 LIBERTY in small letters Sheldon 11 AG 3 planchet has a porous rev PHOTO Large Cent 1794 Bent lock Sheldon 22 VF 20 some die rust on rev PHOTO Large Cent 1794 Sheldon 55 Fine 12 778 Large Cent 1794 Sheldon 56 Office boy rev Good 4 heavy die flaw to left 779 Large Cent 1794 Button on cap Sheldon 57 VG 8 780


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    Numismatic commentary and mail auction sale : featuring the Thomas U. Purrington collection of coins and paper money of North America. [04/27/1979]



    ed with obv a bit prooflike Half Cent 1855 Cohen 1 Red UNC 60 with a few small carbon spots more prominent on rev Half Cent 1856 Cohen 1 VF 20 Half Cent 1856 Cohen 1 Rev has die rust lump on I of UNITED as on Breen Proof 1 C Brilliant Red UNC 60 a few carbon spots Rather Proofy PHOTO Half Cent 1857 Cohen 1 EF 40 LARGE CENTS Wreath Cent 1793 LIBERTY in large letters Sheldon 5 Good 4 planchet is porous PHOTO Wreath Cent 1793 LIBERTY in small letters Sheldon 11 AG 3 planchet has a porous rev PHOTO Large Cent 1794 Bent lock Sheldon 22 VF 20 some die rust on rev PHOTO Large Cent 1794 Sheldon 55 Fine 12 778 Large Cent 1794 Sheldon 56 Office boy rev Good 4 heavy die flaw to left 779 Large Cent 1794 Button on cap Sheldon 57 VG 8 780


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    Numismatic commentary and mail auction sale : featuring the Thomas U. Purrington collection of coins and paper money of North America. [04/27/1979]



    ed with obv a bit prooflike Half Cent 1855 Cohen 1 Red UNC 60 with a few small carbon spots more prominent on rev Half Cent 1856 Cohen 1 VF 20 Half Cent 1856 Cohen 1 Rev has die rust lump on I of UNITED as on Breen Proof 1 C Brilliant Red UNC 60 a few carbon spots Rather Proofy PHOTO Half Cent 1857 Cohen 1 EF 40 LARGE CENTS Wreath Cent 1793 LIBERTY in large letters Sheldon 5 Good 4 planchet is porous PHOTO Wreath Cent 1793 LIBERTY in small letters Sheldon 11 AG 3 planchet has a porous rev PHOTO Large Cent 1794 Bent lock Sheldon 22 VF 20 some die rust on rev PHOTO Large Cent 1794 Sheldon 55 Fine 12 778 Large Cent 1794 Sheldon 56 Office boy rev Good 4 heavy die flaw to left 779 Large Cent 1794 Button on cap Sheldon 57 VG 8 780


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    Unrestricted public coin auction containing nice material and something for every type of collector ... [12/05/1953]



    984 985 986 987 988 989 990 991 992 993 9 4 995 996 997 998 999 1000 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014 1015 1016 1017 1018 1019 1020 1021 1022 1023 1024 1025 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030 1031 1032 1033 1034 1035 1036 1800 over 179 D 145 Slielclon 1 Very Fine but rough surface 1800 Perfect date Sheldon 197 Fine but surface rough 1801 D 156 Sheldon 219 Three errors Very Fine A nice coin Plate 1801 D 158 Sheldon 233 variety 1 X 0 V Fine CENTS 1801 D 160 Sheldon 216 Very Fine Ex F except for small edge nicks 1801 D 158 Sheldon 223 Error 1 000 Very Fine 1801 D 159 Sheldon 221 1 100 over 1 000 Very Fine 1802 D 165 Sheldon 231 Steniless wreath A good fine 1802 D 165 Sheldon 231


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    Unrestricted public coin auction containing nice material and something for every type of collector ... [12/05/1953]



    984 985 986 987 988 989 990 991 992 993 9 4 995 996 997 998 999 1000 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014 1015 1016 1017 1018 1019 1020 1021 1022 1023 1024 1025 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030 1031 1032 1033 1034 1035 1036 1800 over 179 D 145 Slielclon 1 Very Fine but rough surface 1800 Perfect date Sheldon 197 Fine but surface rough 1801 D 156 Sheldon 219 Three errors Very Fine A nice coin Plate 1801 D 158 Sheldon 233 variety 1 X 0 V Fine CENTS 1801 D 160 Sheldon 216 Very Fine Ex F except for small edge nicks 1801 D 158 Sheldon 223 Error 1 000 Very Fine 1801 D 159 Sheldon 221 1 100 over 1 000 Very Fine 1802 D 165 Sheldon 231 Steniless wreath A good fine 1802 D 165 Sheldon 231


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    Anniversary Sale: 100th Mail Bid Auction, United States and Foreign Coins, Currency, Tokens



    29 2230 2231 2232 2233 2234 1791 Small Eagle very fine 15 1793 Ship halfpenny extremely fine 10 1795 Penny uncirculated brown trace of red 20 1795 Halfpenny extremely fine 10 LARGE CENT COLLECTION 1793 CHAIN with period after Liberty obverse fine reverse fair 65 1793 WREATH vine and bars very good 40 1793 LIBERTY CAP obverse good but dark reverse very fair 50 1794 Sheldon 44 extremely fine 55 1795 Sheldon 76a lettered edge very good RARE 50 1795 Sheldon 76b plain edge One Cent high uncirculated choco late slightly rubbed 90 1796 Sheldon 84 Liberty Cap extremely fine dark patina 60 1796 Sheldon 109 Draped Bust very good sharp 20 1797 Sheldon 131 stemless wreath fair 10 1798 Over 97 Sheldon 152 fine 35 1798 Sheldon 170 smal


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    Anniversary Sale: 100th Mail Bid Auction, United States and Foreign Coins, Currency, Tokens



    29 2230 2231 2232 2233 2234 1791 Small Eagle very fine 15 1793 Ship halfpenny extremely fine 10 1795 Penny uncirculated brown trace of red 20 1795 Halfpenny extremely fine 10 LARGE CENT COLLECTION 1793 CHAIN with period after Liberty obverse fine reverse fair 65 1793 WREATH vine and bars very good 40 1793 LIBERTY CAP obverse good but dark reverse very fair 50 1794 Sheldon 44 extremely fine 55 1795 Sheldon 76a lettered edge very good RARE 50 1795 Sheldon 76b plain edge One Cent high uncirculated choco late slightly rubbed 90 1796 Sheldon 84 Liberty Cap extremely fine dark patina 60 1796 Sheldon 109 Draped Bust very good sharp 20 1797 Sheldon 131 stemless wreath fair 10 1798 Over 97 Sheldon 152 fine 35 1798 Sheldon 170 smal


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    Unrestricted public coin auction containing nice material and something for every type of collector ... [12/05/1953]



    984 985 986 987 988 989 990 991 992 993 9 4 995 996 997 998 999 1000 1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014 1015 1016 1017 1018 1019 1020 1021 1022 1023 1024 1025 1026 1027 1028 1029 1030 1031 1032 1033 1034 1035 1036 1800 over 179 D 145 Slielclon 1 Very Fine but rough surface 1800 Perfect date Sheldon 197 Fine but surface rough 1801 D 156 Sheldon 219 Three errors Very Fine A nice coin Plate 1801 D 158 Sheldon 233 variety 1 X 0 V Fine CENTS 1801 D 160 Sheldon 216 Very Fine Ex F except for small edge nicks 1801 D 158 Sheldon 223 Error 1 000 Very Fine 1801 D 159 Sheldon 221 1 100 over 1 000 Very Fine 1802 D 165 Sheldon 231 Steniless wreath A good fine 1802 D 165 Sheldon 231


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    Anniversary Sale: 100th Mail Bid Auction, United States and Foreign Coins, Currency, Tokens



    29 2230 2231 2232 2233 2234 1791 Small Eagle very fine 15 1793 Ship halfpenny extremely fine 10 1795 Penny uncirculated brown trace of red 20 1795 Halfpenny extremely fine 10 LARGE CENT COLLECTION 1793 CHAIN with period after Liberty obverse fine reverse fair 65 1793 WREATH vine and bars very good 40 1793 LIBERTY CAP obverse good but dark reverse very fair 50 1794 Sheldon 44 extremely fine 55 1795 Sheldon 76a lettered edge very good RARE 50 1795 Sheldon 76b plain edge One Cent high uncirculated choco late slightly rubbed 90 1796 Sheldon 84 Liberty Cap extremely fine dark patina 60 1796 Sheldon 109 Draped Bust very good sharp 20 1797 Sheldon 131 stemless wreath fair 10 1798 Over 97 Sheldon 152 fine 35 1798 Sheldon 170 smal


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1866 Numismatics; Periodicals

    748 HARPER S WEEKLY November 24 1866 making numerous notes in a thick little oblong memorandum book until the Bloomsbury clocks struck three CHAPTER III MR AND MRS HALLIDAY Mr Sheldon s visitors arrived in due course They were provincial people of the middle class accounted monstrously genteel in their own neighborhood but in nowise resembling London ers of the same rank Mr Thomas Halliday was a big loud spoken good tempered Yorkshireman who had inherit ed a comfortable little estate from a plodding money making father and for whom life had been very easy He was


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1866 Numismatics; Periodicals

    than five minutes he came out of his room half dressed Nancy told him that Mrs Halliday had taken fresh alarm about her husband and wished for further advice She sent you to tell me that asked Philip Yes And when does she want this new dootor called in Immediately if possible It was seven o clock by this time and the morning was brightening a little Very well said Mr Sheldon her wishes shall be attended to directly Heaven forbid that I should stand between my old friend and any chance of his speedy recoveiy If a stran ger can bring him round quicker than I can let the stranger come Mr Sheldon was not slow to obey Mrs Hal liday s behest He was departing on his quest breakfastless when Nancy Woolper met him in the hall with a cup of tea He accepted the


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1866 Numismatics; Periodicals

    envious ad miration of its inner splendors The pink and pattern of propriety within as it was the pink and pattern of propriety without it excited in every breast alike a wondering awe as of a hab itation tenanted by some mysterious being in finitely superior to the common order of house holders The inscription on the brass plate informed the neighborhood that No 14 was occupied by Mr Sheldon surgeon dentist and the dwellers in Fitzgeorge Street amused themselves in their leisure hours by speculative discussions upon the character and pursuits belongings and surround ings of this gentleman Of course he was eminently respectable On that question no Fitzgeorgian had ever hazard ed a doubt A householder with such a door step and such muslin curtains could not be other than the


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1866 Numismatics; Periodicals

    grown so oppressive to an active temjterement as to ren der the idea of any variety delightful to her mind And then there would be the pleasure of making that iniquitous creature the London lass bestir herself and there would be further more the advantage of certain little perquisites which a clever manager always secures to her self in a house where there is much eating and drinking Mr Sheldon himself had lived like a modern anchorite for the last four years and lancy Woolper who was pretty well acquainted with the state of his finances had pinched and contrived for his benefit or rather for the bene fit of the black eyed baby she had nursed nine and twenty years before For his sake she had been careful and honest willing to forego all the small profits to which she held hers


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1866 Numismatics; Periodicals

    December 22 186 5 HARPER S WEEKLY 805 Continued from No 517 BIRDS OF PREY Bv the Author of Lady Audley s Secret etc 33ooft JFatal Jfrlcn sjHp CHAPTER Y THE LETTER FROM THE ALLIANCE OFFICE Upon the evening of the day on which Mrs Halliday and the dentist had discussed the pro priety of calling in a strange doctor George Sheldon came again to see his sick friend He was quicker to perceive the changes in the in valid than the members of the household who saw him daily and hourly and he perceived a striking change for the worse to night lie took cure however to suffer no evidence of alarm or surprise to appear in the sick cham ber He talked to his friend in the usual cheery way sat by the bedside for half an ho


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1897 Numismatics; Periodicals

    al lawn tennis cham pionships Whereas judicious distribution of the first eight or ten men would lend interest to all the rounds now by the present method some of the rounds and one lmlf of the tournament are apt to be destitute of first class men and entertaining play This year s tournament serves as an illustration In the lower half there is but one first class man Eaves and Budlong Sheldon Ware and Parel in the upper half are Lamed Mahony Nisbet George Wrenn Whitman Fischer Stevens and Cliace In other words every one of the first and second class men entered in the tournament and the ranking man of the third class are drawn in the upper half while the best men entered aside from Eaves the visiting Englishman in the lower half are of the third and fourth classes Su


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    The Numismatist, June 1939

    6/1/1939 ANA Numismatist

    THE NUMISMATIST June 1939 475 Macon A Smith 107 W Main St Lockhart Texas U S and Lincoln Cents Norman Brock M Vernon Sheldon W P Nash Sr 816 W Mistletoe St San Antonio Texas General Nor man Brock M Vernon Sheldon A L Hoiik Jamestown Ind Coins from One Cent to Fifty Cents R A Wilson Fred Neff Fred Roult Cornell P Oiirila 5223 Lake Ave St Joseph Mo Coins of the World and Commemoratives Ralph J Metcalf Lewis M Reagan Stewart C Craig 50 Hawthorne St Rutherford N J General Lewi


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1866 Numismatics; Periodicals

    sping sobs I have seen enough of the misery of married life But I don t want Tom to die unkind as he is to me People are al ways saying that he won t make old bones how horrid it is to talk of a person s bones and I m sure I sometimes make myself wretch ed about him as he knows though he doesn t thank me for it And here Mrs Halliday s sobs got the better of her utterance and Mr Sheldon was fain to say something of a consolatory nature Come come he said I won t tease you any more That s against the laws of hospital ity isn t it only there are some things which you can t expect a man to forget you know However let by goncs be by gones As for poor old Tom I dare say he ll live to be a hale hearty old man in spite of the croakers People always will croak about


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 45, No. 2

    3/1/2011

    star cud The progression is worth a more detailed study and numbering with intermediate states enumerated between 1 and 4 Phil Ralls said it s news to him that as Bill Maryott states Finally since 1798 S 160 and 1798 S 161 have the same obverse and reverse dies they are simply die states of the same variety not separate Sheldon varieties Is there proof for this statement Where can he read about this Denis Loring responded to Bill Maryott s comment that the 1795 Reeded Edge S 79 should be an NC not a Sheldon number 1796 S 96 is another eandidate for NC status How is NC to be defined Sheldon defined it as a variety with no more than two examples in colleetors hands in the late 1940s Neither S 79 nor S 96 qua


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 45, No. 2

    3/1/2011

    star cud The progression is worth a more detailed study and numbering with intermediate states enumerated between 1 and 4 Phil Ralls said it s news to him that as Bill Maryott states Finally since 1798 S 160 and 1798 S 161 have the same obverse and reverse dies they are simply die states of the same variety not separate Sheldon varieties Is there proof for this statement Where can he read about this Denis Loring responded to Bill Maryott s comment that the 1795 Reeded Edge S 79 should be an NC not a Sheldon number 1796 S 96 is another eandidate for NC status How is NC to be defined Sheldon defined it as a variety with no more than two examples in colleetors hands in the late 1940s Neither S 79 nor S 96 qua


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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection, Part III



    The D Brent Pogue Collection Part III Large Cents The Only Mint State 1793 Sheldon 1 la Cent in Private Hands Dr Sheldon One of The Two Finest Wreath Cents Known Lot 3016 1793 Sheldon lla Rarity 4 Wreath Vine and Bars Edge Mint State 66 BN PCGS MS 70 example turned up in that Brand hoard remnant which has played so prominent a part in the recent history of the 1 793s and this coin is apparently one of the two finest Wreath cents known along with the Hall Beckwith


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 45, No. 2

    3/1/2011

    star cud The progression is worth a more detailed study and numbering with intermediate states enumerated between 1 and 4 Phil Ralls said it s news to him that as Bill Maryott states Finally since 1798 S 160 and 1798 S 161 have the same obverse and reverse dies they are simply die states of the same variety not separate Sheldon varieties Is there proof for this statement Where can he read about this Denis Loring responded to Bill Maryott s comment that the 1795 Reeded Edge S 79 should be an NC not a Sheldon number 1796 S 96 is another eandidate for NC status How is NC to be defined Sheldon defined it as a variety with no more than two examples in colleetors hands in the late 1940s Neither S 79 nor S 96 qua


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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection, Part III



    The D Brent Pogue Collection Part III Large Cents The Only Mint State 1793 Sheldon 1 la Cent in Private Hands Dr Sheldon One of The Two Finest Wreath Cents Known Lot 3016 1793 Sheldon lla Rarity 4 Wreath Vine and Bars Edge Mint State 66 BN PCGS MS 70 example turned up in that Brand hoard remnant which has played so prominent a part in the recent history of the 1 793s and this coin is apparently one of the two finest Wreath cents known along with the Hall Beckwith


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    The Numismatist, May 1939

    5/1/1939 ANA Numismatist

    ell N J Commemoratives and Half Dollars E St Martin Lewis M Reagan J S Tomlinson 1831 St Elmo Drive Columbus Ga Cents and Memorial Coins J J Gonzales H I Smith Edwin Haridson 1084 Deckner Ave S W Atlanta Ga General J J Gonzales Harry Moses Lehigh Valley Coin Club 5 55 Lafayette Ave Palmerton Pa P M Zieg ler Secretary General Chas S Hall M Vernon Sheldon Elmer Axelson 1320 East 12th Ave Denver Col Halt Cents and Quarters E Cerny Wm A Dickson J G Anderson Herbert 1j Smith 1070 Sherman Ave Plainfield N J General Charles Nettleship F T Jacobs C J Ornes H Scott 3IaeGregor the Peoples National Bank Charlottesville Va Gen eral Wm 31ertes M Vernon Sheldon Ray R Riswell care Oklahoma Natural Gas Co Okmulgee O


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 45, No. 2

    3/1/2011

    star cud The progression is worth a more detailed study and numbering with intermediate states enumerated between 1 and 4 Phil Ralls said it s news to him that as Bill Maryott states Finally since 1798 S 160 and 1798 S 161 have the same obverse and reverse dies they are simply die states of the same variety not separate Sheldon varieties Is there proof for this statement Where can he read about this Denis Loring responded to Bill Maryott s comment that the 1795 Reeded Edge S 79 should be an NC not a Sheldon number 1796 S 96 is another eandidate for NC status How is NC to be defined Sheldon defined it as a variety with no more than two examples in colleetors hands in the late 1940s Neither S 79 nor S 96 qua


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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection, Part III



    The D Brent Pogue Collection Part III Large Cents The Only Mint State 1793 Sheldon 1 la Cent in Private Hands Dr Sheldon One of The Two Finest Wreath Cents Known Lot 3016 1793 Sheldon lla Rarity 4 Wreath Vine and Bars Edge Mint State 66 BN PCGS MS 70 example turned up in that Brand hoard remnant which has played so prominent a part in the recent history of the 1 793s and this coin is apparently one of the two finest Wreath cents known along with the Hall Beckwith


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    The Numismatist, May 1939

    5/1/1939 ANA Numismatist

    ell N J Commemoratives and Half Dollars E St Martin Lewis M Reagan J S Tomlinson 1831 St Elmo Drive Columbus Ga Cents and Memorial Coins J J Gonzales H I Smith Edwin Haridson 1084 Deckner Ave S W Atlanta Ga General J J Gonzales Harry Moses Lehigh Valley Coin Club 5 55 Lafayette Ave Palmerton Pa P M Zieg ler Secretary General Chas S Hall M Vernon Sheldon Elmer Axelson 1320 East 12th Ave Denver Col Halt Cents and Quarters E Cerny Wm A Dickson J G Anderson Herbert 1j Smith 1070 Sherman Ave Plainfield N J General Charles Nettleship F T Jacobs C J Ornes H Scott 3IaeGregor the Peoples National Bank Charlottesville Va Gen eral Wm 31ertes M Vernon Sheldon Ray R Riswell care Oklahoma Natural Gas Co Okmulgee O


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    America's Large Cent (COAC #12)

    /1998 Large Cents

    Generated on 2015 12 31 18 08 GMT http hdl handle net 2027 inu 30000060653650 Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike http www hathitrust Org access_use cc by nc sa 4 0 54 John M Kleeberg in turn for whom Dr Sheldon once worked insisted on using the Maris numbers Lapp and Silberman 1975 597 It would be a remarkable achievement indeed for Sheldon to have worked for Hays because William Wallace Hays the cataloguer of 1794 large cents died on July 9 1899 Obituary 1899 29 Sheldon was born on November 19 1898 ll o Was Who 1981 7 519 On February 20 1971 Sheldon delivered a talk to the New York


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    The Numismatist, September 1940

    9/1/1940 ANA Numismatist

    during July 1940 If no ob jections are filed prior to October 1 1940 the applicants will become members on that date and their names will appear published in the October issue of The Numismatist John M Goldvarg 8234 2709 E Lake St Minneapolis Minn Mtg Coin Holders Paul E Olson Dr Dwight E Ward Claud H Brown 8235 Box 483 Opelika Ala General J H Morris Jr M Vernon Sheldon Helge A Hansen 8236 1013 Fifth Ave South Virginia Minn U S Coins Lewis M Reagan M Vernon Sheldon Samuel M Adams 8237 2922 Ames St Edgewater Branch Denver Col General Wm A Dickson Philip W Whiteley William Henry Brown 8238 8022 S Sangamon St Chicago 111 U S Half Dollars Commemorative Silver Coins B H Terry Otto Kersteiner Rollin D Sehreffler 8239 394 E


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 42, No. 3

    5/1/2008

    I found both the 1869 and 1870 versions of Maris study of 1794 coppers Maris provided a descriptive list of the varieties he knew about and a table of the nicknames he had assigned to their obverses although the list and table were not integrated Moreover in the intervening year he had changed a few of the names I used the Boka book to confirm and amplify upon that list and then consulted Sheldon for any additional names that have been in general use by collectors but not attributed to any particular one collector in most cases The result of my research is presented below in integrated format with the person who assigned the name in parentheses if known general if not known I have purposely not complicated the chart with the various reverse dies that have been paired with these ob


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 42, No. 3

    5/1/2008

    I found both the 1869 and 1870 versions of Maris study of 1794 coppers Maris provided a descriptive list of the varieties he knew about and a table of the nicknames he had assigned to their obverses although the list and table were not integrated Moreover in the intervening year he had changed a few of the names I used the Boka book to confirm and amplify upon that list and then consulted Sheldon for any additional names that have been in general use by collectors but not attributed to any particular one collector in most cases The result of my research is presented below in integrated format with the person who assigned the name in parentheses if known general if not known I have purposely not complicated the chart with the various reverse dies that have been paired with these ob


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    Kagin's 339th Sale: The Baltimore Sale



    U S LARGE CENTS 135 1801 1807 About Good Very Good Group of twelve Draped Bust Cents 1801 to 1807 1801 Good 4 Sheldon 223 the 1 000 type 1802 About VG 8 Sheldon 232 although reverse is not as sharp the three 1802 s are all quite clear averaging Good or slightly less with no marked damage the four 1803 s run Good or AG 3 all clearly readable but not especially attrac tive 1805 is AG 3 1806 is Good 4 although once was slightly bent and 1807 has the sharpness of VG 8 but quite porous Again an interesti


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 42, No. 3

    5/1/2008

    I found both the 1869 and 1870 versions of Maris study of 1794 coppers Maris provided a descriptive list of the varieties he knew about and a table of the nicknames he had assigned to their obverses although the list and table were not integrated Moreover in the intervening year he had changed a few of the names I used the Boka book to confirm and amplify upon that list and then consulted Sheldon for any additional names that have been in general use by collectors but not attributed to any particular one collector in most cases The result of my research is presented below in integrated format with the person who assigned the name in parentheses if known general if not known I have purposely not complicated the chart with the various reverse dies that have been paired with these ob


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    Kagin's 339th Sale: The Baltimore Sale



    U S LARGE CENTS 135 1801 1807 About Good Very Good Group of twelve Draped Bust Cents 1801 to 1807 1801 Good 4 Sheldon 223 the 1 000 type 1802 About VG 8 Sheldon 232 although reverse is not as sharp the three 1802 s are all quite clear averaging Good or slightly less with no marked damage the four 1803 s run Good or AG 3 all clearly readable but not especially attrac tive 1805 is AG 3 1806 is Good 4 although once was slightly bent and 1807 has the sharpness of VG 8 but quite porous Again an interesti


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    The Numismatist, May 1939

    5/1/1939 ANA Numismatist

    394 THE NUMISMATIST May 1939 Edward C lieatty 149 2 National Bank Bldg Detroit Mich Gold Coins Lewis M Reagan M Vernon Sheldon Deliiiar Johnson 408 East Gray St Des Moines Iowa General Lewis M Reagan F E Powell M Vernon Sheldon J Victor Lel aiiriii 5 24 San Diego Trust and Savings Bank Bldg San Diego Cal United States Coins R A Wilson Lewis M Reagan Janies M Brice care Commercial National Bank Charlotte N C General Lewis M Reagan M Vernon Sheldon Edwin Marshall 233 Trent Road Penn


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    The Numismatist, March 1940

    3/1/1940 ANA Numismatist

    Commemorative Coins Lewis M Reagan Harry Theisen Charles P McCauley B H Terry 7979 18 East Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio U S Coins Thos G Melish Otto Kersteiner C E Wing John Q tiualtroiigh 7980 89 Collingsworth Rd El Paso Texas General Chas Sims Davis L W Hoffecker Zion Myers 7981 700 N Beverly Glen West Los Angeles Cal General Clinton Hester M Vernon Sheldon Dr John C Aldinger 7982 8126 South Cate Ave South Gate Cal U S General A P Gasser M Vernon Sheldon John C Carr 7983 404 Scarritt Bldg Kansas City Mo U S A P Ford A P Ford Kansas City Mo M E Thiene s 7984 1201 First Ave Evansville Ind General James Kelley Cecil C Summers James N Jordan Jacob Pelcyger 7985 806 East 52nd St Brooklyn N Y U S Ge


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    Kagin's 339th Sale: The Baltimore Sale



    U S LARGE CENTS 135 1801 1807 About Good Very Good Group of twelve Draped Bust Cents 1801 to 1807 1801 Good 4 Sheldon 223 the 1 000 type 1802 About VG 8 Sheldon 232 although reverse is not as sharp the three 1802 s are all quite clear averaging Good or slightly less with no marked damage the four 1803 s run Good or AG 3 all clearly readable but not especially attrac tive 1805 is AG 3 1806 is Good 4 although once was slightly bent and 1807 has the sharpness of VG 8 but quite porous Again an interesti


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 42, No. 3

    5/1/2008

    I found both the 1869 and 1870 versions of Maris study of 1794 coppers Maris provided a descriptive list of the varieties he knew about and a table of the nicknames he had assigned to their obverses although the list and table were not integrated Moreover in the intervening year he had changed a few of the names I used the Boka book to confirm and amplify upon that list and then consulted Sheldon for any additional names that have been in general use by collectors but not attributed to any particular one collector in most cases The result of my research is presented below in integrated format with the person who assigned the name in parentheses if known general if not known I have purposely not complicated the chart with the various reverse dies that have been paired with these ob


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    Kagin's 339th Sale: The Baltimore Sale



    U S LARGE CENTS 135 1801 1807 About Good Very Good Group of twelve Draped Bust Cents 1801 to 1807 1801 Good 4 Sheldon 223 the 1 000 type 1802 About VG 8 Sheldon 232 although reverse is not as sharp the three 1802 s are all quite clear averaging Good or slightly less with no marked damage the four 1803 s run Good or AG 3 all clearly readable but not especially attrac tive 1805 is AG 3 1806 is Good 4 although once was slightly bent and 1807 has the sharpness of VG 8 but quite porous Again an interesti


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    The Numismatist, May 1939

    5/1/1939 ANA Numismatist

    394 THE NUMISMATIST May 1939 Edward C lieatty 149 2 National Bank Bldg Detroit Mich Gold Coins Lewis M Reagan M Vernon Sheldon Deliiiar Johnson 408 East Gray St Des Moines Iowa General Lewis M Reagan F E Powell M Vernon Sheldon J Victor Lel aiiriii 5 24 San Diego Trust and Savings Bank Bldg San Diego Cal United States Coins R A Wilson Lewis M Reagan Janies M Brice care Commercial National Bank Charlotte N C General Lewis M Reagan M Vernon Sheldon Edwin Marshall 233 Trent Road Penn


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    The Numismatist, March 1940

    3/1/1940 ANA Numismatist

    Commemorative Coins Lewis M Reagan Harry Theisen Charles P McCauley B H Terry 7979 18 East Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio U S Coins Thos G Melish Otto Kersteiner C E Wing John Q tiualtroiigh 7980 89 Collingsworth Rd El Paso Texas General Chas Sims Davis L W Hoffecker Zion Myers 7981 700 N Beverly Glen West Los Angeles Cal General Clinton Hester M Vernon Sheldon Dr John C Aldinger 7982 8126 South Cate Ave South Gate Cal U S General A P Gasser M Vernon Sheldon John C Carr 7983 404 Scarritt Bldg Kansas City Mo U S A P Ford A P Ford Kansas City Mo M E Thiene s 7984 1201 First Ave Evansville Ind General James Kelley Cecil C Summers James N Jordan Jacob Pelcyger 7985 806 East 52nd St Brooklyn N Y U S Ge


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    The Numismatist, October 1940

    10/1/1940 ANA Numismatist

    7 Maple El Paso Texas General L W Hoffecker Albert A Beil R W Emery Archie Ja b stein 8262 1702 S First St Louisville Ky American Coins Hen ry B Cary Walter Shackleton oi 8263 405 W Market St Salem Ind General U S Walter Shackleton Henry B Cary R S HaNoii 8264 St Charles Hotel Pierre So Dakota U S General A N Hanten M Vernon Sheldon Rrnest Wade Hampton 8265 care Postmaster Artemus Ky U S Coins Kirk Adams M Vernon Sheldon Minden Neb American Minor Coins Lewis M Reagan M Vernon Sheldon a Tigard Ore Commemorative Half Dollars Lewis M Reagan M Vernon Sheldon W L Gunn 8268 1350 W 17th St San Pedro Cal U S Coins Carl W Pat ten Henry Chambers Lewis M Reagan The Thorsen 8269


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 32, No. 1(184)

    1/15/1998

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