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    Mehl's Numismatic Monthly (vol. 7)

    1/1/1916

    Highlight: Jackson President of the U. States. 1829.” Rev., “Hero of New Orleans,” in laurel wreath. No. 9. Obv., 3/1 bust to left. “And. Jackson President of the U. States 1829.” Rev., “The Gallant & Successful defender of N. Orleans 1815” in laurel wreath. No. 10. Obv., 34 bust to left. “And. Jackson. Presidentv., “Battle of New Orleans. Jan. 8th 1815.” Battle scene. No. 12. Obv., Equestrian statue to left. “Andrew Jackson.” Rev., Eagle and Shield. “The Advocate of the American System.” No. 13. Indian Medal. Obv., Civilian bust to right. “Andrew Jackson President of the United States A. D. 1829.” Rev., Peace & Friendship.” Hatchet and pipe and two

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    Mehl's Numismatic Monthly (vol. 7)

    1/1/1916

    Highlight: Jackson President of the U. States. 1829.” Rev., “Hero of New Orleans,” in laurel wreath. No. 9. Obv., 3/1 bust to left. “And. Jackson President of the U. States 1829.” Rev., “The Gallant & Successful defender of N. Orleans 1815” in laurel wreath. No. 10. Obv., 34 bust to left. “And. Jackson. Presidentv., “Battle of New Orleans. Jan. 8th 1815.” Battle scene. No. 12. Obv., Equestrian statue to left. “Andrew Jackson.” Rev., Eagle and Shield. “The Advocate of the American System.” No. 13. Indian Medal. Obv., Civilian bust to right. “Andrew Jackson President of the United States A. D. 1829.” Rev., Peace & Friendship.” Hatchet and pipe and two

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    John Reich Journal, January 1996

    1/1/1996

    Highlight: MESSENGERS FROM THE PAST 1832 Andrew Jackson, President. The word ‘socialism’ came into use. Louisa M. A Icott, Horatio Alger and Lewis Carroll bom. Sir Walter Scott died. Charles Carroll, last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence died. Hector Berlioz composed his Symphonic Fantastique. Andrew Jackson re-elected President, defeating Henry Clay. 1833 Andrew Jackson, PresidentBenjamin Harrison, future 23rd President, was bom. Davy Crockett’s autobiography was a best-seller. Johannes Brahms and Alfred Nobel bom. Slavery was abolished in the British Empire. 1834 Andrew Jackson, President. Abraham Lincoln, at age 25, entered politics and was elected to the Illinois

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 11-14

    1/7/1876

    Highlight: an° jackson president of the u states 1829. Military bust to the right. Reverse, hero of new Orleans in a wreath. White metal. Size 24. 8. Obverse, In a wreath, gen"* jackson the gallant and successful defender of new ORLEANS AND CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDENCY OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1 828. Reverse, Eagle as in No. 5 . White metal. Size 29. 9. Obverse, gen** and'^ jackson. Military bust to the right. Reverse, OLD HICKORY. THE HERO OF NEW-ORLEANS FOR PRESIDENT OF THE U S 1 828. White metal. Size i8. 10. Obverse, Andrew jackson. Military bust to the right. Reverse, born MARCH 1 5 ™ 1767 died JUNE 8'^" 1846. An urn. White metal. Size i8. 1 1. Obverse, gen^ Andrew jackson Military bust to the left. Reverse, THE nation’s good Bronze. Size i 5 . 12. Obverse, gen^ Andrew jackson Military bust t

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 33 - 34

    1/7/1898

    Highlight: • Andrew jackson * president of the u s Civilian bust r. Rev. ELECTED . A D. 1 828. RE . ELECTED . A D. 1 832. In field, WE | COMMEMO— | THE GLO- RIOUS | victories of | our hero in | war & in | * peace * Borders 5. Edge I. Metal B. Size 27. 3. Obv. * Andrew jackson * president Civilian bust r., a close copy of last. Rev. Same as No. 2. Borders 5. Edge 1. Metal B. Size 27. 4. Obv. • Andrew jackson * president of the * u s Draped bust r., head laureated. Rev. Same as No. 2. Borders 5. Edge 1. Metal B. Size 27. 1833- S. Obv. AND. JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 1 833 Within Wreath, military bust, head slightly turned l. Rev. the gallant & successful defender of n. Orleans. Within wreath of oak leaves. Eagle with olive branch and arrows in talons, shield on breast ; below, 8 jan. 1815

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 11-14

    1/7/1876

    Highlight: an° jackson president of the u states 1829. Military bust to the right. Reverse, hero of new Orleans in a wreath. White metal. Size 24. 8. Obverse, In a wreath, gen"* jackson the gallant and successful defender of new ORLEANS AND CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDENCY OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1 828. Reverse, Eagle as in No. 5 . White metal. Size 29. 9. Obverse, gen** and'^ jackson. Military bust to the right. Reverse, OLD HICKORY. THE HERO OF NEW-ORLEANS FOR PRESIDENT OF THE U S 1 828. White metal. Size i8. 10. Obverse, Andrew jackson. Military bust to the right. Reverse, born MARCH 1 5 ™ 1767 died JUNE 8'^" 1846. An urn. White metal. Size i8. 1 1. Obverse, gen^ Andrew jackson Military bust to the left. Reverse, THE nation’s good Bronze. Size i 5 . 12. Obverse, gen^ Andrew jackson Military bust t

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 33 - 34

    1/7/1898

    Highlight: • Andrew jackson * president of the u s Civilian bust r. Rev. ELECTED . A D. 1 828. RE . ELECTED . A D. 1 832. In field, WE | COMMEMO— | THE GLO- RIOUS | victories of | our hero in | war & in | * peace * Borders 5. Edge I. Metal B. Size 27. 3. Obv. * Andrew jackson * president Civilian bust r., a close copy of last. Rev. Same as No. 2. Borders 5. Edge 1. Metal B. Size 27. 4. Obv. • Andrew jackson * president of the * u s Draped bust r., head laureated. Rev. Same as No. 2. Borders 5. Edge 1. Metal B. Size 27. 1833- S. Obv. AND. JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 1 833 Within Wreath, military bust, head slightly turned l. Rev. the gallant & successful defender of n. Orleans. Within wreath of oak leaves. Eagle with olive branch and arrows in talons, shield on breast ; below, 8 jan. 1815

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    The Medal In America, Vol. 2 (COAC #13)

    /1999

    Highlight: ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES surrounds, with A.D.1829 below. FURST F. appears below the truncation of the bust. Rev.: “Peace and Friendship” die by Reich. Photo: American Numismatic Society. Die US-7; Julian IP- 14; Loubat 54. 76 mm. 8. Andrew Jackson. Obv.: Clothed bust right of Jackson. ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES A.D.1829 surrounds. FURST.F. appears below the bust. Rev.: “Peace and Friendship” die by Reich. Die US-8; Julian IP- 15. 62 mm. 9. Andrew Jackson. Obv: Clothed bust right of Jackson. ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES A.D.1829 surrounds. FUR. appears below the bust. Rev.: “Peace and Friendship” die by Reich. Die US-9; Julian IP- 16. 51 mm. 10. Martin Van Buren. Obv: Fur-draped, clothed bust right of Van Buren. MARTIN VAN BUREN

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    Rare Coins, Medals, Tokens, Paper Money

    Highlight: ANDREW JACKSON. PRESIDENT. Rx. ELECTED. A.D. 1828. RE. ELECTED. A.D. 1828. RE. ELECTED. A.D. 1832. In field, WE COMMEMO at — THE GLORIOUS— VICTORIES OF — OUR HERO IN — WAR & IN PEACE. B. Gilt. V. Fine. Rare. Plate. 755 Low 5. Togated bust to r. ANDREW JACKSON. PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. Rx. Same as last. Light scratches, otherwise V. Fine. Plate. Brass. 756 Low 5. Obv. Military bust facing, head slightly to left, in wrth. AND. JACKSON PRESIDENT OF TH E UNITED STATES 1833. Rx. Eagle with open wings, shield on breast. THE GALLANT & SUC- CESSFUL DEFENDER OF N. ORLEANS, in wrth. Very fine. B. Plate. Rare. 757 As last. Fine. B. Rare. Plate. 758 Low 6. Ship to left. FOR THE CONSTITUTION HURRAH! Rx. FLOURISH COMMERCE. FLOURISH INDUSTRY. In field, WHIGS — OF N. YORK. LES TROIE JOURS — APRIL — 8, 9, &

    Ex. George F. Kolbe, 10/17/1992, lot 119. 22 plates.

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    Catalogue of coins and medals, the property of William A. Lilliendahl... on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings, May 26th, the 27th, 28th / Catalogue by William H. Strobridge, assisted by Edward Cogan, of Philidalphia. [05/26/1862-05/28/1862]

    Highlight: “Andrew Jackson, President;” reverse, “Elected a.d. 1828, Reelected A.D. 1832. We commemorate,” etc. Brass, rare, size 17. .56 382. Obv. Bust to right, “Andrew Jackson, President desirable piece, size 17. .87 384. Obv. Bust to left, Gen. Andrew Jackson ; rev. “ The Na- tion’s Good.” Brass, fine and rare, size 15. .75 385. Another, like the last, pierced, rare, size 15. .25 386. Gen. Andrew Jackson ; rev. “ TIero of New-Orleans.” Brass, pierced, rare, size 15. .35 387. Andrew Jackson, President of the United States; rev. Eagle, “ Gallant and Successful Defender of New- Orleans.” Brass, poor, seldom met with, size 15. .25 388. Another, very good, silvered, slightly damaged. .50 389. Andrew Jackson ; rev.

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    Sixty second public sale of rare coins, medals, and paper money. [10/28/1930]

    Highlight: ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT. Bust. Brass. Fine. Rare. Low 4. ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE US. Draped bust r. Brass. V. fine. Rare. Low 5. AND. JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 1833. Military bust within wreath. Brass. About fine. V. rare. Low 9. Boar running. Brass. Ex. fine. Scarce. Low 10. Broad shouldered Jackson. Ex. fine, some original red. Rare. Low 8 running hog, Low 12, balky donkey. Fine. 2 pcs. Low 16. GULIAN C. VERPLANCK. Brass. Fine. Rare. Low 19. Tortoise and sate. Unc. red. Low 21. Words NOT & FOR TRIBUTE removed on reverse. V. good. 13 stars. Scarce. Low 22. Female head & 15 stars. V. good. Rare. Low 3 3, 3 4 & 51. Fine to ex. fine. 3 pcs. Low 49. HALF CENT WORTH OF PURE COPPER. V. Tine. Low 54. Slave kneeling. “Am I not a woman & a sister.” Ex fine, date 18 38 well

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    178th mail auction sale of rare coins, medals, tokens, and paper money. [07/22/1950]

    Highlight: ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT. Bust r. Brass. V. fine. $ 6 . 1318. Low 4. Laureated bust Jackson. ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U.S. Brass. Very fine. $6. 1319. Low 5. AND JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 1833. Military bust facing slightly left in wreath. Fine. Brass. $5. 1320. Same as preceding. Good. Rare. $3. 1321. Low 6. Ship sailing. FOR THE CONSTITUTION HURRA! Brass. 1834. Very fine. V. rare. $15. 1322. Low 8, 12, 18, 19, 20. 32, 44, 45, 47, 51, 54, 58. Choice lot, v. fine to unc. 60c each. 12 pcs. 1323. Low 8, 12, 18, 19, 32, 33, 44, 46, 48, 51, 55, 62. Very fine to unc. 60c each. 1 2 pcs. 1324. Low 8a in brass. Running hog. Jackson. V. good. $2. 1325. Low 9. Brass. Differs from preceding in being struck on thinner planchet, with square edges instead of on thick planchet with

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    182nd auction sale of rare coins, medals & tokens, and paper money. [11/10/1951]

    Highlight: ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT. Brass. V. fine. $5. 190. Low 4. Laureated bust Jackson. ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. Brass. Ex. fine. $6. 191. Low 5. And. Jackson President of the United States 1 833. Military bust facing slightly left in wreath. Fine. Struck off center. $5. 192. Low 10. Broad shouldered Jackson. Ex. fine, red & brown. $3.

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    CATALOGUE OF SELECTED SPECIMENS FROM THE AMERICAN PORTION OF THE FINOTTI COLLECTION OF COINS AND MEDALS, THE PROPERTY OF W. ELLIOTT WOODWARD, OF ROXBURY, MASS.

    Highlight: “Andrew Jackson, President of the United States, A. D. 1829;” rev. “Peace and Friendship;” a copy, 38. £ 369. Bust to left, “And. Jackson, President of the United States, 1829;” rev. Eagle, surrounded by 24 stars. Excessively rare in tin — this specimen is in iron, and is perhaps unique, 25. J JS u 370. Bust at full face, “And. Jackson, President of United

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    John Reich Journal, January 1996

    1/1/1996

    Highlight: 1829 Andrew Jackson, Presidenthn Jay, first Chief Justice of the Supreme court, died. First U.S. patent for a typewriter granted. Chopin debuted as a pianist in Vienna. L. Daguerre formed a partnership for the development of photographic inventions. A centralized Metropolitan Police Force was installed in London. James Smithson bequeathed 100,000 pounds to found the Smithsonian Institution. 1830 Andrew Jackson, President. Chester A. Arthur, future 21st President, was bom. In a debate with Robert Hayne, Daniel Webster negated State’s Rights doctrine. Emily Dickinson, American poet, bom. The religious society of Mormons or Latterday Saints was founded by Joseph Smith. Patent granted for steel pen point. Belva Lockwood became the first woman to practice law

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    Catalogue of Rare Coins, Medals, Tokens, Paper Money To Be Sold At Auction

    Highlight: Jackson — President in safe. Low No. 51. Fine. 1113. Jackson — President in a safe. Reverse, donkey labelled LL.D. Low No. 51. Extremely fine. 1114. Jackson — President in safe. Reverse, donkey labelled LL.D. Low No. 51. Extremely fine to Unc. 1115. Webster and Ship 1841 — Reverse with word CURRENT, and lightning strikes cliff. Low No. 62. Uncirculated and extremely rare. 1116. Providence, R. I. 1834 — W. A. Handy, merchant tailor. Reverse similar to half-dollar of this period. Low No. 78. Fine and rare. 1117. Attleboro, Mass. — Schenk’s Planing Machine 1834. Low No. 84. Fine. 1118. Attleboro, Mass. — S .B. Schenk’s Planing Machine 1834. View of the machine. Low No. 84. Very fine. 1119. Trov, N. Y., 1835 — Bucklin’s Interest Tables and Bookkeeping. Low No. 92. Very good. 1120. New York —

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    Priced catalogue of the entire collection American copper & silver coins, medals, tokens, etc., ... : also a few ancient coins. [01/19/1863]

    Highlight: “ Andrew Jackson, President rev. “ Elected A.D. 1828, Reelected,” etc. Satterlee, No. 33. Brass, size 17. “ Andrew Jackson, Presidentceding, in brass. Same as the preceding, in white metal. '' Obverse same as preceding. Trial of the die in lead. Obverse same as last; rev. bust of “ Maj. Gen. W. IT. Harrison” in copper, brass, and tin — only five sets struck — size 17. ^ 3 1 ’ ° Same as the preceding, in silver — only five struck. Bust of Jackson. “And. Jackson, President of the United States, 1833 ;” rev. eagle, The Gallant and Successful

    Collection of Benjamin Haines. Adams lists the sale under the Bangs series, while Gengerke places it

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    CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTION OF COLONIAL AND STATE COINS, 1787 NEW YORK, BRASHER DOUBLOON, U.S. PIONEER GOLD COINS, U.S. PATTERN PIECES, POLITICAL MEDALS, INDIAN PEACE MEDALS, ASSAY MEDALS, EXTREMELY FINE CENTS AND HALF CENTS OF CAPTAIN ANDREW C. ZABRISKIE, NEW YORK CITY.

    Highlight: jackson president of THE U. STATES 1829. R. HERO OF NEW ORLEANS in Oak and olive wreath. WM. Ex. fine. Excessively rare. See plate. 24. Jackson. Bust in civilian dress 1. and. jackson president OF THE u. STATES 1829 R. Eagle to 1, arrows and olive branch in talons, around 24 stars WM. Very good. Holed. Excessively rare. See plate. 25. Jackson. Bust % f. r., in civilian dress, and jackson PRESIDENT OF THE U : STATES 1829. R. THE GALLANT AND SUCCESSFUL DEFENDER OF N ORLEANS 1815. WM. Good. Holed. Excessively rare. See plate. 25. Jackson. Large bust 1. (by Betts.) general Andrew jack- son. R. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, wreath with radiant star. WM. Very fine. 28. Jackson. Bust in costume r., old hickory took the re- sponsibility. R. History. Brass. Cop. Bronzed cop. WM. Pr. 22. 4 pcs. Jackson.

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    Coins, Medals, and Seals, Ancient and Modern

    /1861

    Highlight: Andrew Jackson, President; reverse, Elected a. p. 1828, etc. — We Commemoat the glorious Victories, etc. b. and c. 5. Andrew Jackson, Prat, of the U. S. ; otherwise like the last C. Andrew Jackson, President of tho U. S. ; reverse, Elected a.d. 1829, etc b.| 7. Gcnl. Andrew Jackson, Hero of New Orleans b. 249 IS $1. 28 1. 17 2. 17 .lT. 17 .05 17 .30 16 .40

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    The Medallic History of the United States of America, 1776-1876 (Vol. 1)

    1/1/1878

    Highlight: Andrew Jackson President of the United States A. D. 1829. R. Peace and friendship. PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON. \^Sevetith President of the United States of Ameriea.] ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES A. D. (Anno Domini: The year of our Lord), 1829. Bust of President Jackson, facing the right. furst. f. (fecit). PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP. Two hands clasped in token of amity ; on the cuff of the left wrist three stripes and buttons with the American eagle on them ; the other wrist bare ; above the hands, a calumet and tomahawk crossed — Indian emblems of peace and war.

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 100]

    /1920

    Highlight: JACKSON, PRESIDENT NATIONAL BANK OF TACOMA Samuel M. J ackson, heretofore manager of the Tacoma branch of the Bank of California, has been elected president of the National Bank of Tacoma. Mr. Jack- son is one of the well-known bankers of the United States, and the fact that he has made this change in his official banking rela- tions may be taken as an indication of the institution of a more progressive policy on the part of the National Bank of Tacoma. He entered the employ of the London and San Francisco Bank in San Francisco in 1880, going to Tacoma in 1890 in the service of a branch of this bank, and becoming manager in 1896. This branch was bought by the Bank of California in 1905, Mr. Jackson continuing as manager until his recent resignation. He is prominently con- nected with Tacom

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    An Arrangement of Medals and Tokens Struck in Honor of the Presidents of the United States

    /1862

    Highlight: 10 ANDREW JACKSON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1829 — 1837. I9. . Obverse. — Bust of Jackson. “Andrew jackson, presi- dent of the u. s., a. d. 1829/’ Reverse . — Two hands clasped and a tomahawk and pipe crossed. “ peace and FRIENDSHIP.” Bronze. Sizes, 48, 38 and 32. r 2 0 . . Obverse. — Bust of Jackson. “major general Andrew jackson.” Reverse. — Victory seated with a tablet on which she has commenced the record with the word “Orleans.” She is interrupted by Peace, who, holding an olive branch, directs- Victory to record the peace. “RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS, FEBRUARY 27, 1815. BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS, JANUARY 8, 1815.” Furst F. Bronze. Size, 40. 2 I . Obverse . — An eagle with expanded wings bearing the U. S. shield, and holding a ribbon inscribed “e pluribus unum,” — the whole within a

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    An Arrangement of Medals and Tokens Struck in Honor of the Presidents of the United States

    /1862

    Highlight: “andrew jackson president.” Reverse. — “elected, a. d. 1828. RE-ELECTED A. I). 1832. WE COMMEMO’ AT THE GLORIOUS VICTORIES OF OUR HERO, IN WAR AND IN PEACE.” Brass. Size, 17. 34 -- • Obverse . — tojntnwitofd Bust of Jackson facing to the rijackson, president op the u. s. Reverse. OZiO. a RE-ELECTED A. D. 1832. WE ELECTED A. D. C0MMEM0 A 1 THE GLORIOUS VICTORIES OF OUR HERO IN WAR & IN PEACE.” D Sine, 17.

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    An Arrangement of Medals and Tokens Struck in Honor of the Presidents of the United States

    /1862

    Highlight: “ANDREW jackson, president of the u. s. Reverse . — “elected a. d., 1829. re-elected a. d., 1832. we com- memo ,at the glorious victories of our hero in WAR & IN PEACE.” Brass. Size, 17. Obverse. — Bust of Jackson at three-quarter face ; an oak- wreath surrounds the bust. “and. jackson, president of the united states, 1833.” Reverse. — An American eagle within a wreath of oak leaves. Legend, “the gallant & successful defender of n. Orleans.” Below the eagle is the inscription “ 8. jan. 1815.” Brass. Size, 15. 37 - Obverse. — Bust of Jackson, “jackson.” Reverse. — A profile head of Washington and the name “ Washington” within an oval compartment. “ c. wolfe, spies & clark, HARDWARE & MILITARY STORE, NEW YORK.” Brass. Size, 16. 38 - Obverse. — Bust of Jackson at three-quarter face, “pres-

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    New York Numismatic Club: Yearbook 1916

    /1917

    Highlight: JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U: STATES. 1829. Rev., THE GALLANT & SUC- CESSFUL DEFENDER OF N. ORLEANS. 1815, within a laurel wreath. The finest known. White metal. No. 10. No. 10. — Obv., Three-quarter bust of Jackson to left. ANd JACKSON PRESIDENT OP THE U: STATES. 1829. Rev., Eagle holding arrows and laurel branch in talcns, within a circle of 24 stai-s. The finest known. White metal. No. 11. No. 11. — Obv., Military bust of Jackson to left. GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON. Rev., BATTLE OF NEW-ORLEANS JANUARY 8th, 1815, showing battle scene. Best known. White metal. No. 12. No. 12. — Obv., An equestrian figure of Jackson to left. ANDREW JACKSON. Rev., Eagle with shield. THE ADVOCATE OF THE AMER- ICAN SYSTPIM. Best known. White metal.

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    New York Numismatic Club: Yearbook 1916

    /1917

    Highlight: ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES A. D. 1829. Rev., Crossed pipe and tomahawk and clasped bands. PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP. Silver. (The illustration is reduced. Original measures three inches.) Mr. Boyd’s exhibit contained, among others, the following: Satterlee No. 21. — An eagle with expanded wings bearing the U. S. shield, and holding a ribbon inscribed “E Pluribus Ununi,” encircled within 24 stars. Rev., Wreath of oak and laurel leaves, “General Jackson, the Gallant and Successful Defender of New Orleans and Candidate for the Pres- idency of the U. S. of A. 18 28.” White metal. Satterlee No. 33. — Bust of Jackson facing to the right. “Andrew Jack- son President.” Rev., “Elected A. D. 1828. Re-elected A. D. 1832. We Commemo’at the Glorious Victories of Our Hero, in War and in

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    Coins, Medals, and Seals, Ancient and Modern

    /1861

    Highlight: Andrew Jackson, President; reverse, Elected a. p. 1828, etc. — We Commemoat the glorious Victories, etc. b. and c. 5. Andrew Jackson, Prat, of the U. S. ; otherwise like the last C. Andrew Jackson, President of tho U. S. ; reverse, Elected a.d. 1829, etc b.| 7. Gcnl. Andrew Jackson, Hero of New Orleans b. 249 IS $1. 28 1. 17 2. 17 .lT. 17 .05 17 .30 16 .40

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    The Medallic History of the United States of America, 1776-1876 (Vol. 1)

    1/1/1878

    Highlight: Andrew Jackson President of the United States A. D. 1829. R. Peace and friendship. PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON. \^Sevetith President of the United States of Ameriea.] ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES A. D. (Anno Domini: The year of our Lord), 1829. Bust of President Jackson, facing the right. furst. f. (fecit). PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP. Two hands clasped in token of amity ; on the cuff of the left wrist three stripes and buttons with the American eagle on them ; the other wrist bare ; above the hands, a calumet and tomahawk crossed — Indian emblems of peace and war.

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 29 (1916)

    /1916

    Highlight: JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U: STATES. 1829. Rev., THE GALLANT & SUC- CESSFUL DEFENDER OF N. ORLEANS. 1815, within a laurel wreath. The finest known. White metal. No. 10. No. 10. — Obv., Three-quarter bust of Jackson to left. ANd. JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U: STATES. 1829. Rev., Eagle holding arrows and laurel branch in talons, within a circle of 24 stars. The finest known. White metal. Digitized by Google Original from PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 31]

    /1877

    Highlight: Jackson, President forces the second U. S. Bank into liqui- dation, 37. Jackson. President : — his arbitrary conduct, his famous specie circular, 39. his opinion of the demsit bamks, 40. Jacques Cartier Bank, Toronto, 566. Jay Cooke & Co., dis^arge in bankruptcy, 237. Jevons on bi-metallic money, 700. a on prices of commodities, 47. a on the double standard, 295. a on the excess of gold and silver, 55. a on the money curve, 297. Joint Stock Banks : — in London and provinces, *6o-’75, 15. rapid increase in England, 16. Joint-stock speculation in Germany, 771. Jones, Senator, on the silver question, 29. Kansas Banks, statistics of, 669. Kansas, banks and bankers of, 237, 318, 898. • bank taxation in, 473, 474, 476. * failures in, 335, 337, 827. Kentucky banks, statistics of, 669. Kentucky,

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 81]

    /1910

    Highlight: JACKSON, President. JAMES N. BOYD, Vic.- P tm I dem. JNO. M. MILLER, Jr., Vica-Prealdant. L. D. AYLETT, Secretary. JNO. H. SOUTHALL, Treasurer. "We thought perhaps you might be interested in this ad. for a Trust Company. We have spent consider- able money this year in printers ink and this particular ad. has brought more results than any we have used.” H. W. JACKSON, President. VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY RICHMOND, VA. Digitized by Google

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 100]

    /1920

    Highlight: JACKSON, PRESIDENT NATIONAL BANK OF TACOMA Samuel M. J ackson, heretofore manager of the Tacoma branch of the Bank of California, has been elected president of the National Bank of Tacoma. Mr. Jack- son is one of the well-known bankers of the United States, and the fact that he has made this change in his official banking rela- tions may be taken as an indication of the institution of a more progressive policy on the part of the National Bank of Tacoma. He entered the employ of the London and San Francisco Bank in San Francisco in 1880, going to Tacoma in 1890 in the service of a branch of this bank, and becoming manager in 1896. This branch was bought by the Bank of California in 1905, Mr. Jackson continuing as manager until his recent resignation. He is prominently con- nected with Tacom

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    An Arrangement of Medals and Tokens Struck in Honor of the Presidents of the United States

    /1862

    Highlight: 10 ANDREW JACKSON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1829 — 1837. I9. . Obverse. — Bust of Jackson. “Andrew jackson, presi- dent of the u. s., a. d. 1829/’ Reverse . — Two hands clasped and a tomahawk and pipe crossed. “ peace and FRIENDSHIP.” Bronze. Sizes, 48, 38 and 32. r 2 0 . . Obverse. — Bust of Jackson. “major general Andrew jackson.” Reverse. — Victory seated with a tablet on which she has commenced the record with the word “Orleans.” She is interrupted by Peace, who, holding an olive branch, directs- Victory to record the peace. “RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS, FEBRUARY 27, 1815. BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS, JANUARY 8, 1815.” Furst F. Bronze. Size, 40. 2 I . Obverse . — An eagle with expanded wings bearing the U. S. shield, and holding a ribbon inscribed “e pluribus unum,” — the whole within a

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    An Arrangement of Medals and Tokens Struck in Honor of the Presidents of the United States

    /1862

    Highlight: “andrew jackson president.” Reverse. — “elected, a. d. 1828. RE-ELECTED A. I). 1832. WE COMMEMO’ AT THE GLORIOUS VICTORIES OF OUR HERO, IN WAR AND IN PEACE.” Brass. Size, 17. 34 -- • Obverse . — tojntnwitofd Bust of Jackson facing to the rijackson, president op the u. s. Reverse. OZiO. a RE-ELECTED A. D. 1832. WE ELECTED A. D. C0MMEM0 A 1 THE GLORIOUS VICTORIES OF OUR HERO IN WAR & IN PEACE.” D Sine, 17.

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    An Arrangement of Medals and Tokens Struck in Honor of the Presidents of the United States

    /1862

    Highlight: “ANDREW jackson, president of the u. s. Reverse . — “elected a. d., 1829. re-elected a. d., 1832. we com- memo ,at the glorious victories of our hero in WAR & IN PEACE.” Brass. Size, 17. Obverse. — Bust of Jackson at three-quarter face ; an oak- wreath surrounds the bust. “and. jackson, president of the united states, 1833.” Reverse. — An American eagle within a wreath of oak leaves. Legend, “the gallant & successful defender of n. Orleans.” Below the eagle is the inscription “ 8. jan. 1815.” Brass. Size, 15. 37 - Obverse. — Bust of Jackson, “jackson.” Reverse. — A profile head of Washington and the name “ Washington” within an oval compartment. “ c. wolfe, spies & clark, HARDWARE & MILITARY STORE, NEW YORK.” Brass. Size, 16. 38 - Obverse. — Bust of Jackson at three-quarter face, “pres-

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    New York Numismatic Club: Yearbook 1916

    /1917

    Highlight: JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U: STATES. 1829. Rev., THE GALLANT & SUC- CESSFUL DEFENDER OF N. ORLEANS. 1815, within a laurel wreath. The finest known. White metal. No. 10. No. 10. — Obv., Three-quarter bust of Jackson to left. ANd JACKSON PRESIDENT OP THE U: STATES. 1829. Rev., Eagle holding arrows and laurel branch in talcns, within a circle of 24 stai-s. The finest known. White metal. No. 11. No. 11. — Obv., Military bust of Jackson to left. GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON. Rev., BATTLE OF NEW-ORLEANS JANUARY 8th, 1815, showing battle scene. Best known. White metal. No. 12. No. 12. — Obv., An equestrian figure of Jackson to left. ANDREW JACKSON. Rev., Eagle with shield. THE ADVOCATE OF THE AMER- ICAN SYSTPIM. Best known. White metal.

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    New York Numismatic Club: Yearbook 1916

    /1917

    Highlight: ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES A. D. 1829. Rev., Crossed pipe and tomahawk and clasped bands. PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP. Silver. (The illustration is reduced. Original measures three inches.) Mr. Boyd’s exhibit contained, among others, the following: Satterlee No. 21. — An eagle with expanded wings bearing the U. S. shield, and holding a ribbon inscribed “E Pluribus Ununi,” encircled within 24 stars. Rev., Wreath of oak and laurel leaves, “General Jackson, the Gallant and Successful Defender of New Orleans and Candidate for the Pres- idency of the U. S. of A. 18 28.” White metal. Satterlee No. 33. — Bust of Jackson facing to the right. “Andrew Jack- son President.” Rev., “Elected A. D. 1828. Re-elected A. D. 1832. We Commemo’at the Glorious Victories of Our Hero, in War and in

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    Collection de Monnaies et Medailles de L'Amerique du Nord de 1652 a 1858

    /1861

    Highlight: Jackson President of the United States (Andrd Jackson, president des Etats-Unis). — Ex. 1829. — iy. Une couronne de laurier; dans le champ : The gallant and successful defender of New Orleans. 1815 (Le brave el hcureux ddfenseur de la Nouvelle-Or- leans. 1815).— Mod., 36 mill. P. 79. Election de Jackson a la hiesidence. Buste de Jackson en uniforme. — Leg. General Andrew Jack- son. — iy. Dans une couronne de laurier : Hero of New Orleans (Hdros dela Nouvelle-Orl&ms). — Mod., 20 mill. C. 80. Traites avec les Indiens. Election de Jackson. Buste de Jackson. — Leg. Andrew Jackson Presi-

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 29 (1916)

    /1916

    Highlight: JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U: STATES. 1829. Rev., THE GALLANT & SUC- CESSFUL DEFENDER OF N. ORLEANS. 1815, within a laurel wreath. The finest known. White metal. No. 10. No. 10. — Obv., Three-quarter bust of Jackson to left. ANd. JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U: STATES. 1829. Rev., Eagle holding arrows and laurel branch in talons, within a circle of 24 stars. The finest known. White metal. Digitized by Google Original from PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 29 (1916)

    /1916

    Highlight: JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U: STATES. 1829. Rev., THE GALLANT & SUC- CESSFUL DEFENDER OF N. ORLEANS. 1815, within a laurel wreath. The finest known. White metal. No. 10. No. 10. — Obv., Three-quarter bust of Jackson to left. ANd. JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U: STATES. 1829. Rev., Eagle holding arrows and laurel branch in talons, within a circle of 24 stars. The finest known. White metal. Digitized by Google Original from PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

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    The Numismatist, June 1924

    1/6/1924

    Highlight: Bust of Andrew Jackson. PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. * ANDREW JACKSON * PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. AND. JACKSON. Arrows point right and left. Arrows both point to right. Draped bust. Loomis, A. Same as 159, but no serpent in eagle’s beak. -March, Nathaniel. William Simes & Co. -Maycock & Co. Rev., female head, No. 29. -Maycock & Co. Eagle, shield on breast. -Merchants’ Exchange. Rev., 4 berries outside, 6 inside. Merchants’ Exchange. Rev., 3 berries outside, 5 inside. Bust. Merchants’ Exchange. Rev., 3 berries outside, 5 inside. No dash. -Merchants’ Exchange. Rev., New York Joint Exchange Company. Phoenix. NOT ONE CENT. 3 berries outside, 5 inside. Phoenix. NOT ONE CENT. 2 berries outside, 6 inside. -Phoenix. MAY TENTH. Specie Payments. Strings extend into wreath. -Phoenix. MAY TENTH. Specie

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    CATALOGUE OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN COINS AND MEDALS, BELONGING TO W. ELLIOTT WOODWARD, OF ROXBURY, MASS. COMPRISING IN THE AMERICAN DEPARTMENT THE BEST SPECIMENS FROM SEVERAL FINE COLLECTIONS RECENTLY PURCHASED, AND IN THE FOREIGN, THE WHOLE OF THE CELEBRATED GREEK, ROMAN, AND ENGLISH COLLECTION OF JEREMIAH COLBURN, ESQ.

    Highlight: “Andrew Jackson, President of the U. S., A. D. 1829;” rev. emblems of Peace, bronze, a fine original (never re -struck), 50. Same design as last, smaller, bronze, proof, 42. Fine bust to right, by Burst ; rev. “ Resolution of Con- gi’ess, Feb. 27, 1815, Battle of New Orleans,” bronze, proof, 44. Bust facing; rev. bust of Harrison, tin, very rare, 29. Obverse same; rev. plain, tin, very rare, 29. * Same as last, in lead, 29. Bust to right; rev. residence, copper, proof, 22. Bust to right, “ Old Hickory took the responsibility ;” rev. wreath, and long inscription, copper, proof, 21. Same as last, brass, proof, 21. Same in tin, proof, 21. “Andrew Jackson is no fool,” copper, unique, 19. Laurcated bust to riglit; rev. “We commemorate the glorious victories of our hero,” Ac., brass, venj fine,

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    PRICED CATALOGUE OF FOREIGN COINS, BELONGING TO W. ELLIOTT WOODWARD, OF ROXBURY, MASS. COMPRISING THE WHOLE OF THE CELEBRATED GREEK, ROMAN, AND ENGLISH COLLECTION OF JEREMIAH COLBURN, ESQ.

    Highlight: “Andrew Jackson, President of the U. S., A. D. 1829;” rev. emblems of Peace, bronze, a fine original (never re-struck), 50. Same design as last, smaller, bronze, proof, 42. Fine bust to right, by Furst ; rev. “ Resolution of Con- gress, Feb. 27, 1815, Battle of New Orleans,” bronze, proof, 44. Bust facing; rev. bust of Harrison, tin, very rare, 29. Obverse same ; rev. plain, tin, very rare, 29. Same as last, in lead, 29. Bust to right; rev. residence, copper, proof, 22. Bust to right, “ Old Hickory took the responsibility ;” rev. wreath, and long inscription, copper, proof, 21. Same as last, brass, proof, 21. Same in tin, proof, 21. “Andrew Jackson is no fool,” copper, unique, 19. Laureated bust to right; rev. * We commemorate the glorious victories of our hero,” &c., brass, very fine, 1 7

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    Charles McSorley Collection of Nineteenth Century Political Campaign Tokens

    Highlight: A togated bust of Jackson is surrounded by the legend: ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT2, enclosing WE/ COMMEMORATE/ THE GLORIOUS/ VICTORIES OF/ OUR HERO IN/ WAR & IN/ PEACE. (F) 19. A SECOND PRO- JACKSON TOKEN. CE 1 834-29; Low 3; HT 5. 27.2mm. Brass. VF/XF. Weakly struck on the hair and in the corresponding area of the reverse, as usual. The obverse presents a civilian bust of Jackson to the right with the surrounding legend: ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT. The reverse is the same as above except that the date of his first election has been corrected to 1 828 from the erroneous 1829. (G) MARTIN VAN BUREN 1836 20. SMALL TEMPLE OF LIBERTY TOKEN - POSSIBLY FINEST KNOWN. MVB 1 836-4; Low 1 90; HT 78. 25.8mm. 6.4 grams. Gilt.

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    Charles Litman Collection of Hard Times Tokens

    Highlight: JACKSON PRESIDENTens with the Roman numeral reverse exist with both plain and reeded edges. It may well be that the plain edge varieties are from 1861. (F) 448. SILVER INAUGURAL TOKEN. AJACK 1832 4(a); PR- 34. Silver. 2.6 grams. Anthony Paquet, Sc. Plain Edge. A beautifully toned gem proof! Obverse bust left of Jackson in a plain field. No “P” on truncation of bust. The reverse is inscribed; AND. JACKSON PRESIDENT U.S. * around INAUG:/ SECOND TERM/ MARCH 4, 1833. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, 1905 450. DAVISON’S OFFICIAL MEDAL, 1905. TR 1905-3; Marqusee 28. 44.4mm. Bronze. Thick (4.3mm. measured at 6:00)

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    Auction Seventy-Eight

    Highlight: Reverse with ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT 1879 in in " '(H) This is the only the second example of one of these rare buttons that we have handled. The description in DeWitt/ Sullivan listing this as having a date of 1828 instead of 1829 is a typographical error. The description in Albert is correct. This button is considerably rarer than AJACK 1828-12, the other Jackson Inaugural button offered above. We last sold this button in our 73 rd Sale in 2004 for $805.00 (No lot envelope) 364. JACKSON INAUGURAL TOKEN. PR- 33; AJACK 1832-4; 18mm. Silver. Plain edge. An attractive proof with light toning. Obverse with a naked bust of Jackson facing left in a plain field. The reverse legend: AND. JACKSON INAUGURATED PRESIDENT surrounds U.S./ SECOND TERM/ MAR. IV. 1833. DeWitt quotes Satterlee as stating

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    Auction Eighty-Four

    Highlight: The obverse presents a civilian bust of Jackson to the right with the surrounding legend: ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT4, except that the election date of 1829 on Low 4 has now been corrected to 1828 by repunching an 8 over the 9. From B&M's sale of the Gil Steinberg Collection, 1 1/02. #5139. (G) 3. LOW 4. ANDREW .JACKSON POLITICAL. HT 6; CE 1834-27. 27.1mm. Brass. VF/XF. Bust of Jackson to the right with a wreath of oak leaves on his head. ANDREW JACKSON. PRESIDENT OF THE. US around. The biographical reverse of this token incorrectly records the date of Jackson's election as 1829.

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    Priced catalogue of...American coins...together with...store cards, medalets, political tokens, etc., from the cabinet of Jos. N. T. Levick... [12/19-20/1859]

    Highlight: Size 10 ANDREW JACKSON, PRESIDENT, bust tO right; rcr. ELECTED A. D. 1828. RE-ELECTED A. D. 1832. WE COM- me:mo’at the gi.orious victories of ocr hero in WAR AND IN PEACE — -/hie, brass. Size 17 ANDREW JACKSON, PRESIDENT OF THE U. S., huireated, bust right; ret’, same as above — brass. S'ize 17 GENL. ANDREW JACKSON, militar}' bust facing; rer. hero OF NEW ORLEAN.S — brass. Size 15 GENL. ANDREW JACKSON, military bust to left ; rev. the nation’s pride. Oil', same as above ; rer. the nation’s good. ANDREW JACKSON, bust feeing; rev. an eagle, the gal- lant AND SUCOESSFLL DEFENDER OF N. ORLEANS, 8 JAN., 1815 — brass, 10- the sober second thoughts of the PEOPLE are o. k., bust of Van Buren to left; rev. a .safe, &c., the in- dependent SUB-TREASURY. THE CHOICE OF THE people — copper. S/ze 1 8

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    Catalogue of a small collection of ancient and modern coins and medals, coin books and catalogues ... [12/05/1879]

    Highlight: “ Andrew Jackson President rev ; inscription; “We commemorate,” etc.; brass; fine; rare., size 18. — draped bust to r., in toga; head laureated; “ Andrew Jackson, President of the U. S.” in smaller letters than last; rev., same; fine; rare; brass; 18. Zach Taylor; military bust; front face; rev., eagle; very good; brass; 15. W. H. Harrison; bust to 1. ; rev., eagle; “ Go it Tip;” “ Come it Tyler; brass; pierced; fine, 17. different bust to 1. ; rev., same; brass; fine; pierced; 17. bust to 1. ; “Born Feb. 9, 1773;” rev., log cabin, barrel to 1.; copper; v. g. ; pierced; 13. — similar; rev., same; brass; fine; 16. rev., barrel to r. ; 1840; fine; 16. Clay, Fillmore and Pierce; copper and brass; fine; 3 pieces; 18. Buchanan and Fremont; brass; fine; 2 pieces; 18. Scott; fine bust to 1.; rev.

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    Catalogue: Jackson Cents. One of the Finest Collections Ever Offered.

    Highlight: ANDREW JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. Rev. as last. Brass. Very fine, sharp, perfectly centered. Rare. 3 No. 5. Military bust of fackson facing within wreath. AND. JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Rev. eagle in wreath, below, 8. JAN. 1815. Very good. Very rare. 4 No. 7. Cap in ravs, THE GLORIOUS WHIG VICTORY OF 1834. Rev. ship sailing to right, FELLOW CITIZENS SAVE YOL T R CONSTITUTION. Faint old scratches on cap, hardly noticeable. Fine, strictly so. Extremely rare. Seldom offered. Not in some of the very largest collections offered in recent years. 5 No. 8. Small bust of Jackson. Rev. boar running. Variety without wart on chin. Uncirculated. 6 No. 8A. Type as last but in brass. Much thicker than No. 9 and never found silvered. Uncirculated, sharp with mint luster. A gem, and quite

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