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    Society of the Cincinnati

    Americana: Colonial and Federal Coins, Medals and Currency, Featuring The George C. Perkins, Esq. Collection of Connecticut Coppers, Federal Currency Proofs and Essays

    INCINNATI BADGE RARE AND HISTORIC SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI BADGE The Georgia Eagle Lot No. 769 769 Society of the Cincinnati Badge. The Georgia Eagle. Gold and enamel, 45.2mm. Myers 57. Essentially, as made, with its origina

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    The Philadelphia Americana Sale, Part Two

    The Philadelphia Americana Sale 6221 Unique 1867 Moseley Badge of the Society of the Cincinnati Ca. Society of the Cincinnati Ca. 1867 Eagle Badge of the Society of the Cincinnati. Gold and enamels, 37.1mm from integral loop

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    The Philadelphia Americana Sale, Part Two

    E SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI Its Famed Eagle Badges and Commemorative Medals Exceptionally Rare 1784 Society of the Cincinnati Badge, Myers 8 One of three known. Produced by Duval & Francastel in Paris 6220 1784 Eagle Badge of

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    The Philadelphia Americana Sale, Part Two

    The Philadelphia Americana Sale Elusive Society of the Cincinnati Silver U.S. Mint Medal 6229 6224 6Society of the Cincinnati Silver U.S. Mint Medal 6229 6224 6225 6226 1897 Philadelphia Washington Monument Unveiling Medal. W

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    The March 2016 Baltimore Auction, U.S. Coins

    Session Three Thursday, March 31, 2016, 10:00 AM ET The Society of the Cincinnati Unique Circa 1867 Society of the Cincinnati Unique Circa 1867 Mosley Badge of the Society of the Cincinnati 12025 (c. 1867) Eagle Badge of the

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    The Numismatist, March 1934

    1/3/1934

    General Offices, 4315 Fernliill Ave., Baltimore, Md. VOL. XLVII MARCH, 1934 No. 3 The Medals of the Society of the Cincinnati By MAJOR EDGAR ERSKINE HUME, U. S. ARMY, Assistant Secretary General of the Society of the Cincinna

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    The Americana Sale

    tic and Hereditary Society Insignia FASCINATING GOLD INSIGNIA OF THE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI 7204 Society of the Cincinnati Badge plus miniature. Society of the Cincinnati Badge, Instituted 1783. Gold and enamels, 28.9mm wi

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 7

    NCINNATI MILITARY ORDERS AND CIVIL AWARDS ATTRACTIVE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI EAGLE Lot No. 201 PI Society of the Cincinnati. Tiffany style gold eagle, ca. 1885-1900. Gold and enamel with remnant of white and blue silk ribbo

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

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 7

    QUE GOLD SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI MEDAL Awarded to President-General Hamilton Fish Lot No. 202 202 Society of the Cincinnati. Gold Medal to Hamilton Fish. 34.4 mm. Rims 1.8 - 2.0 mm. thick. 359.1 gns. (23.2 gms.). Unsigned (

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

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    The MCA Advisory, March 2011

    1/3/2011

    color scheme specified for ribbons used with Society of the Cincinnati badges. Stuart depicts the meSociety of the Cincinnati badges. Stuart depicts the medal’s reverse with accurate detail, ensuring that the hero’s glorious

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    The MCA Advisory, March 2011

    1/3/2011

    color scheme specified for ribbons used with Society of the Cincinnati badges. Stuart depicts the meSociety of the Cincinnati badges. Stuart depicts the medal’s reverse with accurate detail, ensuring that the hero’s glorious

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    John Reich Journal, December 2013

    1/12/2013

    h the characteristics of the Motto Over Eagle silver coin design. The Society of The Cincinnati The Society of the Cincinnati was a society of officers from the American and French armies, formed as a society of friends, to p

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    The Philadelphia Americana Sales

    tured portrait is unlike any medal listed in Baker. A high quality item of great visual appeal. The Society of the Cincinnati Unique Ca. 1867 Moseley Badge of the Society of the Cincinnati 271 (Circa 1867) Eagle Badge of the

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    The Philadelphia Americana Sale, Part Two

    The Philadelphia Americana Sale Glorious Society of the Cincinnati Badge and Miniature Edward NicholSociety of the Cincinnati Badge and Miniature Edward Nicholl Dickerson, Jr/s Own Set 6223 1870 Eagle Badge of the Society of

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    The August 2013 Chicago ANA Auction, U.S. Coins

    omplement to a collection of medallic Washingtoniana. The Society of THE Cincinnati Rare Circa 1885 Society of the Cincinnati Badge by Tiffany 1141 (Circa 1885) Rhode Island Society of the Cincinnati Badge. Gold and Enamel. 4

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    The Numismatist, April 1934

    1/4/1934

    sale and the information concerning them has been given by Mr. Henry Russell Drowne, Marshal of the Society of the Cincinnati, who was presented with a copy by Mr. Brenner. The medal is struck in both bronze and white metal.

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    The Numismatist, April 1934

    1/4/1934

    232 THE NUMISMATIST, April, 1934 The New Hampshire Society of the Cincinnati at the annual meeting hSociety of the Cincinnati at the annual meeting held at Exeter on July 4, 1 9 25: VOTED: That the Society donate annually a s

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    The Numismatist, March 1934

    1/3/1934

    for the silver, and one dollar and thirty cents for the bronze. On July 4, 188 2, the Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati voted that one copy in bronze be presented to each member of the Massachusetts Society at the expen

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    The Numismatist, March 1934

    1/3/1934

    154 THE NUMISMATIST, March, 1934 The second commemorative medal struck by the Society of the CincinnSociety of the Cincinnati appeared in 1897 (No. 4) and marked the unveiling of the statue of General Washington erected in Ph

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    The August 2013 Chicago ANA Auction, U.S. Coins

    ck’s Bowers Galleries The August 2013 Chicago ANA Auction The Society of THE Cincinnati 1122 (1882) Society of the Cincinnati Medal. Silver. 32 mm. By Henry Mitchell. Julian RF-4. MS-63 (NGC). Obv: a spread- wing eagle with t

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    The February 2015 Americana Auction

    Stack’s Bowers Galleries The February 2015 Americana Auction Pedigreed Society of the Cincinnati EagSociety of the Cincinnati Eagle With Original Miniature Circa 1860-1870 88 (Circa 1860-1870) Society of the Cincinnati Eagle.

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    REVIEW: SOTHEBY LAFAYETTE GOLD ORDER OF THE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI

    REVIEW: SOTHEBY LAFAYETTE GOLD ORDER OF THE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI

    12/16/2007

    ad and reread Alan Weinberg'sreview of the Sotheby hardbound catalog for the WashingtonOrder of the Society of the Cincinnati Medal, and his postseemed to have a mildly negative twist. I was fortunate toobtain a copy for my l

    The E-Sylum: Volume 10, Number 51, December 16, 2007, Article 7REVIEW: SOTHEBY LAFAYETTE GOLD ORDER

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    The Numismatist, July 1926

    1/7/1926

    Wheeler: 20 lire, also 10 lire, gold, San Marino, 1925. Mr. Willey: Medal struck by the New Jersey Society of the Cincinnati for the meeting at Princeton, N. J., May 11, 1926, of the General Society of the Cincinnati. Mr. C.

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    The Numismatist, April 1934

    1/4/1934

    d General Offices, 4215 Pomhill Ave., Baltimore, Md. VOL. XLVII APRIL. 1934 No. 4 The Medals of the Society of the Cincinnati By MAJOR EDGAR ERSKINE HUME, U. S. ARMY, Assistant Secretary General of the Society of the Cincinna

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    The Numismatist, April 1934

    1/4/1934

    included in the series of medals struck especially to commemorate Triennial meetings of the General Society of the Cincinnati. It was made from a stock pattern by Robbins & Company, of Attleboro, Massachusetts, which has been

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    The Numismatist, April 1934

    1/4/1934

    October, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and thirty-one, and in the year of the Society of the Cincinnati the one hundred and forty- ninth. Edgar Erskine Hume By Order (SEAL) President. John A. Coke, Jr. S

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    The Numismatist, March 1934

    1/3/1934

    ank, Phila., and that of the makers, Peter L. Krider (^o. Phila. At the meeting of the Rhode Island Society of the Cincinnati on July 4, 1901, it was made known that Mr. William Watts Sherman, a member of the Society, had don

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    The Numismatist, March 1934

    1/3/1934

    ssion of Mr. John- stone. The next Cincinnati medal, in point of age, is that struck in 1903 by the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of New Hampshire in commemoration of the hundred and twentieth anniversary of its orga

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    The Numismatist, March 1934

    1/3/1934

    d by Major L’Enfant. About 150 copies, chiefly in bronze, were issued. At the annual meeting of the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Virginia in 1913 it was decided to institute two annual scholarships of |250 each a

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    The Numismatist, September 1934

    1/9/1934

    that the principle of hereditary membership is essen- tially that which had been established by the Society of the Cincinnati sixty- four years earlier. The only difference is that both a Representative and an Associate membe

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    Presidential Coin and Antique Company Sale #86

    Sale #86 of tokens, medals, and exonumia of this longstanding auction firm.

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    Americana: Colonial and Federal Coins, Medals and Currency

    LS HEREDITARY & PATRIOTIC SOCIETY MEDALS GLORIOUS SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI BADGE Lot No. 1088 1088 Society of the Cincinnati Badge, 1896. Gold and enamels, 41.4 x 30.1mm including fixed loop. Myers 46. Uncircu- lated. Obv. E

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    Calcoin News, vol. 29, no. 2

    1/3/1975

    a small group of Continental Army offi- cers began promoting a military society to be known as the Society of the Cincinnati. It was to be composed mainly of veterans who had served as officers in the Army. Possibly Gen- era

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    New York Numismatic Club: Yearbook 1917

    /1918

    ted by some military laws for non-attendance on divine service.” In writing to the Secretary of the Society of the Cincinnati he wrote of the Society of the Cincinnati Badge. “Others object to the bald eagle as looking too mu

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 6, No. 5

    1/11/1966

    ti superimposed on a flowing scroll reading, SOCIATAS CINCINNATI INSTITUTA A.D. 1783. Issued by the Society of the Cincinnati. Designed by the Department of Insignia of Bailey, Banks and Biddle Company, Philadelphia. This is

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    LAFAYETTE'S GOLD CINCINNATI SOCIETY MEDAL TO BE SOLD

    LAFAYETTE'S GOLD CINCINNATI SOCIETY MEDAL TO BE SOLD

    09/10/2007

    nne Meunier du Houssoy,of France."Washington, Lafayette and several other commanders formed TheSociety of the Cincinnati in 1793 to uphold the values of theRevolution."Sotheby's said Lafayette treasured the medal fr

    The E-Sylum: Volume 10, Number 36, September 10, 2007, Article 15LAFAYETTE'S GOLD CINCINNATI SOCIETY

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    American Journal of Numismatics, Vols. 39 - 41

    1/7/1904

    NCINNATI. Editors of the Journal : Some time ago a paper appeared in the Journal \ on Medals of the Society of the Cincinnati, etc., which attracted the attention of the writer, who has hoped that descriptions of others relat

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 81

    1/4/1989

    nths David Brooks was held captive in and around New York City. In a letter written to the New York Society of the Cincinnati, he states that “...our Regiment was annihilated - Our men having all perished with cold & hunger i

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 81

    1/4/1989

    the years 1787, 1788, 1794, and 1795. (12) . Platt. History of Poughkeepsie. (13) . Schuyler, John. Society of the Cincinnati in New York. (14) . Smith, James H. History of Duchess County, 1882. (15) . Society of the Cincinna

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    Calcoin News, vol. 29, no. 2

    1/3/1975

    a small group of Continental Army offi- cers began promoting a military society to be known as the Society of the Cincinnati. It was to be composed mainly of veterans who had served as officers in the Army. Possibly Gen- era

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    New York Numismatic Club: Yearbook 1917

    /1918

    ted by some military laws for non-attendance on divine service.” In writing to the Secretary of the Society of the Cincinnati he wrote of the Society of the Cincinnati Badge. “Others object to the bald eagle as looking too mu

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    TAMS Journal, Vol. 6, No. 5

    1/11/1966

    ti superimposed on a flowing scroll reading, SOCIATAS CINCINNATI INSTITUTA A.D. 1783. Issued by the Society of the Cincinnati. Designed by the Department of Insignia of Bailey, Banks and Biddle Company, Philadelphia. This is

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 26 (1913)

    /1913

    participated in the operations which the society commemorates, and it may be hereditary — like the Society of the Cincinnati, which was established in 1783 by commissioned officers of the Revolution and is kept alive by thei

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    The Numismatist, April 1934

    1/4/1934

    me That General Knox, Washington’s Chief of Artillery, should thus be honored as the founder of the Society of the Cincinnati is but just. As early as 1776, as appears from an entry in Jefferson’s diary (March 16 1788), in a

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    The Numismatist, April 1934

    1/4/1934

    of the tjoneial Society Cincinnati at Philadelphia and the Bicentennial of the Birth of ington, first President General, 1932. of the Wash- while Lafayette’s part, known to every schoolboy, need not b

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    The Numismatist, May 1924

    1/5/1924

    est coin should be a copper and that the smallest pieces should increase in a decimal ratio. If the Society of the Cincinnati kept its accounts in dollars in 1785 it was years ahead of the merchants. On August 8, 1786, the de

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    Catalogue of coins and medals, American and foreign, ancient and modern.

    , ■ ~ 1795-'96. Extremely rare. '''624 Autograph of George Washington, on a diploma in blank of the Society of the Cincinnati. Parchment. Ex- tremely rare thus. 625 By-Laws, Rules, etc., of the New Jersey Branch of the Societ

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