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    Money Of The American Colonies

    1/1/1993

    Highlight: CNL 1981 = James C. Risk, “The Yale University Brasher Doubloon,” CNL 61 (1981), pp. 753-64. Roberts, Oliver Wiswell = Kenneth Roberts, Oliver Wiswell (New York, 1940). Rock, CNL 1991 = Jeff Rock, “Corrigenda Millerensis Revisited; A Connecticut Coppers Update, 1785- 1788,” CNLain and its Dependencies, vols. 1, 2, 3rd ed. (London, 1840). Ryder, AJN 1919 = Hillyer Ryder, “The Colonial Coins of Vermont,” AJN 53 (1919), pt. 1; repr. New York, 1981. Ryder, New England = — , The State Coinages of New England (New York, 1920). S Sallay, CNL 1975 = John M. Sallay, “The Depreciation of the Massachusetts Currency and the Effect

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    Money of the American Colonies and Confederation: A Numismatic, Economic and Historical Correlation

    /1993

    Highlight: CNL 1981 = James C. Risk, “The Yale University Rrasher Doubloon,” CNL 61 (1981), pp. 753-64. Roberts, Oliver Wiswell = Kenneth Roberts, Oliver Wiswell (New York, 1940). Rock, CNL 1991 = Jeff Rock, “Corrigenda Millerensis Revisited; A Connecticut Coppers Update, 1785- 1788,” CNLin and its Dependencies, vols. 1, 2, 3rd ed. (London, 1840). Ryder, AJN 1919 = Hillyer Ryder, “The Colonial Coins of Vermont,” AJN 53 (1919), pt. 1; repr. New York, 1981.- Ryder, New England = — , The State Coinages of New England (New York, 1920). S Sallay, CNL 1975 = John M. Sallay, “The Depreciation of the Massachusetts Currency and the Effects

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    Money Of The American Colonies

    1/1/1993

    Highlight: CNL 1980 = John W. Adams, “Original Manuscript of ‘The Earliest New York Token’ for Historical Magazine,” CNLs in the American Colonies,” Rochester (N.Y.) Historical Society Publications 8 (1929), pp. 143-73. Anderson, Liberty = William G. Anderson, The Price of Liberty, The Public Debt of the American Revolution (Charlottesville, 1983). Andrews, Colonial Period = Charles M. Andrews, The Colonial Period of American History (New Haven, 1938). Anton, CNL 1975 = William T. Anton, Jr., “A Modern Survey of the Copper Coinage of the State of New Jersey,” CNL 44 (1975), pp. 487-513. Anton, CNL 1979 — , “Vermont Ryder 3 Struck over 1785 Connecticut,” CNL 56 (1979), p. 701. Anton, RCR 68 = - “The Legendar\^ 1785

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    Money of the American Colonies and Confederation: A Numismatic, Economic and Historical Correlation

    /1993

    Highlight: CNL 1980 — John W. Adams, “Original Manuscript of ‘The Earliest New York Token' for Historical Magazine,” CNLin the American Colonies,” Rochester ( N.Y .) Historical Society Publications 8 (1929), pp. 143-73. Anderson, Liberty = William G. Anderson, The Price of Liberty, The Public Debt of the American Revolution (Charlottesville, 1983). Andrews, Colonial Period = Charles M. Andrews, The Colonial Period of American History (New Haven, 1938). Anton, CNL 1975 = William T. Anton, Jr., “A Modern Survey of the Copper Coinage of the State of New Jersey,” CNL 44 (1975), pp. 487-513. Anton, CNL 1979 = -, “Vermont Ryder 3 Struck over 1785 Connecticut,” CNL 56 (1979), p. 701. Anton, RCR 68 = -, “The Legendary 1785

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    Money Of The American Colonies

    1/1/1993

    Highlight: CNL 1981 = C. Wyllys Betts, “Counterfeit Half Pence Current in the American Colonies,” repr. ed., CNLices in Colonial Pennsylvania (Phila- delphia, 1935). Bilsland, Letter = Alexander Bilsland, Letter to Elias Boudinot, December 12, 1795. Records of the Bureau of the Mint. Record Group 104, Correspondence of the Director of the U.S. Mint (cited from ANS Microfilm Reel 63.) Biography = Dictionary of American Biography (New York, 1957). Boisvert, CNL 1987 = Peter Boisvert, “Memoir of Jacob Perkins,” CNL 77 (1987), pp. 1001-12. Bonjour, CNL 1985 = Roy E.

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    Money of the American Colonies and Confederation: A Numismatic, Economic and Historical Correlation

    /1993

    Highlight: CNL 1981 — C. Wyllys Betts, “Counterfeit Half Pence Current in the American Colonies,” repr. ed., CNLices in Colonial Pennsylvania (Phila- delphia, 1935). Bilsland, Letter - Alexander Biisland, Letter to Elias Boudinot, December 12, 1795. Records of the Bureau of the Mint. Record Group 104, Correspondence of the Director of the U.S. Mint (cited from ANS Microfilm Reel 63.) Biography = Dictionary of American Biography (New York, 1957). Boisvert, CNL 1987 — Peter Boisvert, “Memoir of Jacob Perkins,” CNL 77 (1987), pp. 1001-12. Bonjour, CNL 1985 = Roy E.

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    Money Of The American Colonies

    1/1/1993

    Highlight: CNL 1991 = “CNL Fugio Weight Survey Update,” CNL 87 (1991), pp. 1236-40. Starkey, Devil — Marion L. Starkey, The Devil In Massachusells (New York, 1969). Stephens, Popular History = Alexander H. Stephens, A Comprehensive and Popular History of the United Slates (Philadelphia, 1882). Stickney, Notes = Matthew A. Stickney, ‘‘Notes on American Currency,” Historical Collections of the Essex Institute, 1 (1859), pp. 154-56; 2 (1860), pp. 45-46, 99-100, 153-54, 205-6, 253-54, 292-96; 3 (1861), pp. 32- 34, 140-142. Stokes and Haskell, Prints = Isaac N. P. Stokes and Daniel C. Haskell, American Historical Prints (New York, 1932). Stoutjesdyk and Hoge, ANA 1989 = James R. Stoutjesdyk and Robert W. Hoge, A.N.A. Museum Collection of Early American Coins (Colorado Springs, 1989). Sumner, American

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    Money of the American Colonies and Confederation: A Numismatic, Economic and Historical Correlation

    /1993

    Highlight: “CNL Fugio Weight Survey Update,” CNL 87 (1991), pp. 1236-40. Starkey, Devil = Marion L. Starkey, I’he Devil In Massachusetts (New York, 1969). Stephens, Popular History = Alexander H. Stephens, A Comprehensive and Popular History of the United States (Philadelphia, 1882). Stiekney, A otes = Matthew A. Stickney, “Notes on American Currency,” Historical Collections of the Essex Institute , 1 (1859), pp. 154-56; 2 (1860), pp. 45-46, 99-100, 153-54, 205-6, 253-54, 292-96; 3 (1861) nn 32- 34, 1 10-142. 1 F ‘ Stokes and Haskell, Prints = Isaac N. P. Stokes and Daniel C. Haskell, American Historical Prints (New York, 1932). Stoutjesdyk and Hoge, ANA 1989 = James R. Stoutjesdyk and Robert W. Hoge, A.N.A. Museum Collection of Early American Coins (Colorado Springs, 1989). Sumner , American Currenc

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 103

    1/9/1996

    Highlight: The Colonial News- letter (CNL), Dr. Philip L. Mossman, Associ- ate Editor, CNL, and Leslie A. Elam, Direc- tor, American Numismatic Society (ANS), traveled to Huntsville, AL, June 28-30, 1996, to discuss the future of CNL. Mr. Spilman, Editor of CNL since August 1963, has de- cided to divest himself of that responsibility at the end of 1996. Through Mr. Elam, the ANS expressed interest in assuming respon- sibility for the production and distribution of CNL.' 1 . Mr. Spilman, on behalf of the CNLF, offers all right, title and interest in CNL to the ANS, to produce and distribute under copy- right of the ANS, subject to the terms and conditions herein described. 2. At its meeting of July 20, 1996, the Council ofthe American Numismatic Society accepted the offer described in 1. above,

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 103

    1/9/1996

    Highlight: The Colonial News- letter (CNL), Dr. Philip L. Mossman, Associ- ate Editor, CNL, and Leslie A. Elam, Direc- tor, American Numismatic Society (ANS), traveled to Huntsville, AL, June 28-30, 1996, to discuss the future of CNL. Mr. Spilman, Editor of CNL since August 1963, has de- cided to divest himself of that responsibility at the end of 1996. Through Mr. Elam, the ANS expressed interest in assuming respon- sibility for the production and distribution of CNL.' 1 . Mr. Spilman, on behalf of the CNLF, offers all right, title and interest in CNL to the ANS, to produce and distribute under copy- right of the ANS, subject to the terms and conditions herein described. 2. At its meeting of July 20, 1996, the Council ofthe American Numismatic Society accepted the offer described in 1. above,

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    Money Of The American Colonies

    1/1/1993

    Highlight: CNL 1987 — Mike Packard, “Rarity Values of Massachusetts Coins,” CNL 77 (1987), pp. 1013-15. Packard, CNL 1989 — — , “Auction Appearances of Massachusetts Coppers,” CNLo 131. Partridge, RHSQ 1979 = Sanborn Partridge, “Currency and Coins from Vermont’s Period of Independence,” Rutland Historical Society Quarterly (Fall, 1979), pp. 29-67. Peck, British Museum = C. Wilson Peck, English Copper, Tin, and Bronze Coins in the British Museum 1558- 1958, 1st ed. (London, 1960). Peters, CNL 1975 = Norman C. Peters, “The 1784 Counterfeit English Halfpence,” CNL 43 (1975), p.485. Peters, Num 1986 = , “Machin’s

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    Money Of The American Colonies

    1/1/1993

    Highlight: CNL 1967 = — , “Die Varieties of St. Patrick Halfpence,” CNL 21 (1968), pp. 199-202. Vlack, CNL 1978 = — , “The Washington Coppers of 1783,” CNL 52 (1978), pp. 635-52. W W.I.D. = Webster *s 3rd. International Dictionary. Waters, Imitation Copper = Arthur W. Waters, “Remarks on the Imitation Copper Regal Coins,” Seaby’s Coin and Medal Bulletin 425 (1953), pp. 404-5. Weeden, New England = William B. Weeden, Economic and Social History of New England 1620-1789, vols 1, 2 (Boston, 1890). Weiss, Colonial Standard = Roger W. Weiss, “The Colonial Monetary Standard of Massachusetts,” Economic History Review 27 (1974), pp. 577-92. Wescott, Letter — George Wescott, Letter to Elias Boudinot, December 15, 1795. Records of the Bureau of the Mint. Record Group 104. Correspondence of the Director of the

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    Money of the American Colonies and Confederation: A Numismatic, Economic and Historical Correlation

    /1993

    Highlight: CNL 1987 = Mike Packard, “Rarity Values of Massachusetts Coins,” CNL 77 (1987), pp. 1013-15. Packard, CNL 1989 = -, “Auction Appearances of Massachusetts Coppers,” CNLo 131. Partridge, RIISQ 1979 = Sanborn Partridge, “Currency and Coins from Vermont’s Period of Independence,” Rutland Historical Society Quarterly (Fall, 1979), pp. 29-67. Peck, British Museum = C. Wilson Peck, English Copper, Tin, and Bronze Coins in the British Museum 1558- 1958, 1st ed. (London, 1960). Peters, CNL 1975 = Norman G. Peters, “The 1784 Counterfeit English Halfpence,” CNL 43 (1975), p.485. Peters, Num 1986 = , “Machin’s

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    Money of the American Colonies and Confederation: A Numismatic, Economic and Historical Correlation

    /1993

    Highlight: CNL 1967 = — , “Die Varieties of St. Patrick Halfpence,” CNL 21 (1968), pp. 199-202. Vlack, CNL 1978 = — , “The Washington Coppers of 1783,” CNL 52 (1978), pp. 635-52. W W.l.D. = Webster’s 3rd. International Dictionary. Waters, Imitation Copper = Arthur W. Waters, “Remarks on the Imitation Copper Regal Coins,” Seaby’s Coin and Medal Bulletin 425 (1953), pp. 404-5. Weeden, New England — William B. Weeden, Economic and Social History of New England 1620-1789, vols 1, 2 (Boston, 1890). Weiss, Colonial Standard = Roger W. Weiss, “The Colonial Monetary Standard of Massachusetts,” Economic History Review 27 (1974), pp. 577-92. Wescott, Letter = George Wescott, Letter to Elias Boudinot, December 15, 1795. Records of the Bureau of the Mint. Record Group 104. Correspondence of the Director of the

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 74

    1/9/1986

    Highlight: Abbreviation used: CNL ,= The Colonial Newsletter (Huntsville, Alabama). Adams, John W. "Original Manuscript of 'The Earliest New York Token' for Historical Magazine", CNL 1929), 143-173. Alden, John R. "Revolutionary War", The World Book Encyclopedia (Chicago, 1970) XVI, 252-269. Anderson, William G. The Price of Liberty, The Public Debt of the American Revolution (Charlottsville, 1983). Anton, William T., Jr. "A Modern Survey of the Copper Coinage of the State of New Jersey", CNL , 487-513. . "Vermont

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 74

    1/9/1986

    Highlight: Abbreviation used: CNL ,= The Colonial Newsletter (Huntsville, Alabama). Adams, John W. "Original Manuscript of 'The Earliest New York Token' for Historical Magazine", CNL 1929), 143-173. Alden, John R. "Revolutionary War", The World Book Encyclopedia (Chicago, 1970) XVI, 252-269. Anderson, William G. The Price of Liberty, The Public Debt of the American Revolution (Charlottsville, 1983). Anton, William T., Jr. "A Modern Survey of the Copper Coinage of the State of New Jersey", CNL , 487-513. . "Vermont

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 104

    1/4/1997

    Highlight: the CNL could close up shop and go home. This, I guarantee, won’t happen in the foreseeable future, so in the meanwhile, please send your questions, com- ments, articles, etc. The Editor With the retirement of “ye Editor’’ after some 33 years of compiling and publishing The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) it is appropriate to present some special observations regarding several extraordinary CNL Patrons. Sometime during the early-1980s three new CNLd it became obvious that these folk were more than our average “colonial” collector as they began to submit increasingly substantive questions and articles for publication in CNL. They became a source of expertise in those areas of early

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    Colonial Newsletter Online no. 7

    24/8/1996

    Highlight: of CNL; meeting the expenses of production and distribution, including reimbursement of expenses incurred by Dr. Mossman as Editor of CNL and continuation of the present arrangement to remunerate Mr. Trudgen for preparation of camera ready copy, any and all payments to be subject to prior agreement by the ANS . 4. During the "experimental period," The CNLF will continue as a separate entity with the objectives of providing limited financial support of CNL, and to the continuation of other CNLF research objectives. However, the CNLF will not institute or issue a print publication similar in nature to CNL. 5. The ANS will, at its discretion, determine the distribution of CNL, and the fees and subscriptions charged for CNLl honor prepaid subscriptions to CNL and

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 104

    1/4/1997

    Highlight: the CNL could close up shop and go home. This, I guarantee, won’t happen in the foreseeable future, so in the meanwhile, please send your questions, com- ments, articles, etc. The Editor With the retirement of “ye Editor’’ after some 33 years of compiling and publishing The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) it is appropriate to present some special observations regarding several extraordinary CNL Patrons. Sometime during the early-1980s three new CNLd it became obvious that these folk were more than our average “colonial” collector as they began to submit increasingly substantive questions and articles for publication in CNL. They became a source of expertise in those areas of early

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    Colonial Newsletter Online no. 7

    24/8/1996

    Highlight: of CNL; meeting the expenses of production and distribution, including reimbursement of expenses incurred by Dr. Mossman as Editor of CNL and continuation of the present arrangement to remunerate Mr. Trudgen for preparation of camera ready copy, any and all payments to be subject to prior agreement by the ANS . 4. During the "experimental period," The CNLF will continue as a separate entity with the objectives of providing limited financial support of CNL, and to the continuation of other CNLF research objectives. However, the CNLF will not institute or issue a print publication similar in nature to CNL. 5. The ANS will, at its discretion, determine the distribution of CNL, and the fees and subscriptions charged for CNLl honor prepaid subscriptions to CNL and

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    Money Of The American Colonies

    1/1/1993

    Highlight: CNL 1968 = — , “The Original Mint of the New Jersey Coppers,” CNL 23 (1968), pp. 225-29. Douglas, CNL 1969 = , “James Jarvis and the Fugio Coppers,” repr. as excerpts from original manuscript, CNL pp. 291-375. Draskovic and Rubenfeld, Crowns = Frank Draskovic and Stuart Rubenfeld, Standard Price Guide to World Crowns and Talers 1484-1986 (lola, Wl, 1984). Duffield, Num 1919 = F'.G. Duffield, “A Trial List of the Countermarked Modern Coins of the World,” Num 1919 et seq., repr. 1962. Duncan, CNL 1975 =

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    Circulating Counterfeits of the Americas (COAC Proceedings no. 14)

    /2000

    Highlight: America,” CNL 107 (April 1998). James C. Spilman, personal communication May 16, 1998. Stack’s Public Auction Sale, January 12, 13, 1998. Frederick B. Taylor Sale, Bowers and Merena (March 26-28, 1987); Gary Trudgen, “Thomas Machin - Patriot,” CNL 66 ( Nov. 1983). GaryTrudgen 1984a, “Machin’s Mills,” CNL 68 (July 1984). Gary Trudgen 1984b, “Machin’s Mills Silver Coinage,” CNL 69 (Nov 1984). Gary Trudgen 1987a, “James Atlee’s Imitation British Halfpence,” CNL 75 (Mar 1987). GaryTrudgen 1987b, “Gilfoil’s Coppers,” CNL 76 (July 1987); 77 (Nov. 1987). GaryTrudgen, “David Brooks - Machin’s Mills Partner,” CNL 81 (Apr 1989) GaryTrudgen, “John Bailey, New York City Coiner," CNLgen, “Samuel and James F. Atlee, Machin’s Mills Partners, CNL 92 (Oct 1992). Byron

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 49

    1/7/1977

    Highlight: (2) Various back issues of The Colonial Newsletter as listed in the CNL 15 Year Cumulative Index. The most important being: (a) CNL ^11 — Miller's Connecticut Listings Updated (b) CNL ^15 -- Z Reverses of the 1.787 Connecticut Series (c) CNL ^22 — Biennial Pairings of Connecticut Obverses (d) CNL ^33 — Corrigenda Mil lerensis (e) CNL ^36 — Nicknamed Connecticut’s (f) CNL ^ 39 — The Incredible Diesinking of Abel Buell (g) CNL ^ 41 — The Interlocked Dies of Connecticut Coppers (h) CNL ^42 -- Odd & Curious Connecticut MOS Specimens Copies of all issues are available from CNL as per our published price list, (3) The Pine Tree Auction Company EAC Sale Catalog of February 15, 1975. Contains comprehensive photographic plates and descriptions of sale lots by Walter Breen. (4) "Legal and Illegal

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 74

    1/9/1986

    Highlight: CNL , 395. Pirenne, Henri and Jacques Pirenne. "Belgium", Encyclopedia Britannica (Chicago, 1945),, Vol. Ill, 356-360. Prime, William Cowper. Coins, Medals and Seals (New York, 1861), Chapter VI, reprinted in CNLer Ranlett. "Style Sheet and Rules for Papers", (Potsdam, [N.Y.], 1975). Reit, Samuel. Coins and Coin Collecting (New York, 1965). Richardson, John M. "The Copper Coins of Vermont", The Numismatist , Vol. LX (May, 1947), reprinted 1962. Risk, James C. "The Yaie University Brasher Doubloon", CNL , 753-764. Roberts, Kenneth. Oliver Wisweii . Ruding, Rogers. Annals of the Coinage of Great Britain and it

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 94

    1/7/1993

    Highlight: I’d like to see a colonial coin auction sale review column tn CNL, like there used to be tn the old AJN. I could suppfy you with endless short takes on Interesting and “common" coins any col- lector might be able to afford, as well as historical anecdotes about coins, famous pedigree notes, etc. I’m sure Gary could do slmllarfy. But who wants to read Hodder and Trudgen every time they open a new CNL? In other words. If you “lightened" the tone of CNL, made It more a “popular” journal, you’d be giving your patrons more of what I believe they want. You wouldn’t have to cut out serious, specialized and technical articles. Just surround them with some- thing else that every reader could relate to. Some of the people who read my “1787 Immunls Columbia” article have told me that they had to read

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 103

    1/9/1996

    Highlight: message is to explain the reasons for my retirement as editor of The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) and to offer my very sincere thanks to all of our Patrons who have so unselfishly donated their talents and their support to the efforts of The Colonial Newsletter Foundation (CNLF) and to CNL. To each and every one of you - - Thank You! In January of each year - since 1963 - ye Editor has reviewed the progress of CNL for publication, the general state-of- the-hobby, and other factors that cannot be as easily defined as those I have mentioned here. Each year I asked myself the question “Shall we continue CNL for another year?” And each year, until 1996, the answer was “Yes” - - in January of 1996

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 140

    1/8/2009

    Highlight: August 2009 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 341 0 The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic Society (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $25 per year for ANS members and $40 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Fenselau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212)571-4470 ext. 1311, or FAX (212)283-2267. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL/>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Gary A. Trudgen Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D. Associate Editor: Dr. Louis E.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 142

    1/4/2010

    Highlight: April 2010 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3498 The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic Society (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $35 per year for ANS members and $50 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Fenselau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212)571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212)571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL/>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Gary A. Trudgen Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D. Associate

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 143

    1/8/2010

    Highlight: August 2010 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3538 The Colonial Newsletter {CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic So- ciety (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $35 per year for ANS members and $50 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Feneslau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL on- line or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Pilip L. Mossman, M.D.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 144

    1/12/2010

    Highlight: August 2010 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3612 The Colonial Newsletter {CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic So- ciety (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $35 per year for ANS members and $50 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Feneslau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL on- line or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Pilip L. Mossman, M.D.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 144

    1/12/2010

    Highlight: CNL Editor, On behalf of the officers and membersliip of the Colonial Coin Collectors Club, I take great pleasure in congratulating CNT. on its 50*^ Anniversary. CNLectors to present their work to the numismatic community. Colonial numismatics has grown exponentially these past 50 years and CNT. had a significant role in this advancement of knowledge. A1 Hoch, Jim Spilman, Phil Mossman, Gary Trudgen and Oliver Hoover have all carried on a tradition of excellence as editors of CNL. I wonder if A1 Hoch had ever dreamed that his first CNL years? Starting the next 50 years, T am confident that Oliver Hoover wiU continue this tradition and bring a personal touch to CNL, as every new editor has. Thank you gendemen! CNL can have

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 145

    1/4/2011

    Highlight: August 2010 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3678 The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic So- ciety (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $35 per year for ANS members and S50 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Feneslau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 1 17, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL on- line or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor Pilip L. Mossmaru M.D.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 146

    1/8/2011

    Highlight: August 2011 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3734 The Colonial Newsletter {CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic So- ciety (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $35 per year for ANS members and $50 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Feneslau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL on- line or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Pilip L. Mossman, M.D.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 147

    1/12/2011

    Highlight: December 2011 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3786 The Colonial Newsletter {CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic So- ciety (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $35 per year for ANS members and $50 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Fenselau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL on- line or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 148

    1/4/2012

    Highlight: December 2011 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3840 The Colonial Newsletter {CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic So- ciety (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $35 per year for ANS members and $50 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Fenselau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL on- line or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 150

    1/12/2012

    Highlight: December 2012 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3940 The Colonial Newsletter ( CNL ) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic So- ciety (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $45 per year for ANS members and $60 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Viviana Londono at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 151

    1/4/2013

    Highlight: April 2013 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3984 The Colonial Newsletter {CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic So- ciety (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $45 per year for ANS members and $60 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Viviana Londono at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 153

    1/12/2013

    Highlight: December 2013 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 4068 The Colonial Newsletter {CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic So- ciety (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $45 per year for ANS members and $60 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Viviana Londono at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman t CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 154

    1/4/2014

    Highlight: April 2014 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 4104 The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic Society (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $45 per year for ANS members and $60 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Viviana Londono at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman t CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 155

    1/8/2014

    Highlight: April 2014 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 4174 The Colonial Newsletter ( CNL ) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic Society (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $45 per year for ANS members and $60 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Viviana Londono at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman f CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 158

    1/8/2015

    Highlight: Sequential page 4282 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER August 2015 The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic Society (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $45 per year for ANS members and $60 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Catherine DiTuri at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212) 571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212) 571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman t CNL Staff Editor: Oliver D. Hoover Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D.

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    Colonial Newsletter Online no. 7

    24/8/1996

    Highlight: (3) Will existing CNL subscriptions be honored by ANS? Answer: YES! Requests for additional information should be directed to: inf o@amnumsoc . org MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT At the invitation of James C. Spilman, President, The Colonial Newsletter Foundation, Inc. (CNLF) and Editor, The Colonial Newsletter (CNL), Dr. Philip L. Mossman, Associate Editor, CNL, and Leslie A. Elam, Director, American Numismatic Society (ANS), traveled to Huntsville, AL, June 28-30, 1996, to discuss the future of CNL. Mr. Spilman, Editor of CNLity at the end of 1996. Through Mr. Elam, the ANS expressed interest in assuming responsibility for the production and distribution of CNL. 1. Mr. Spilman, on behalf of the CNLF, offers all right, title an

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    Circulating Counterfeits of the Americas (COAC Proceedings no. 14)

    /2000

    Highlight: America,” CNL 107 (April 1998). James C. Spilman, personal communication May 16, 1998. Stack’s Public Auction Sale, January 12, 13, 1998. Frederick B. Taylor Sale, Bowers and Merena (March 26-28, 1987); Gary Trudgen, “Thomas Machin - Patriot,” CNL 66 ( Nov. 1983). GaryTrudgen 1984a, “Machin’s Mills,” CNL 68 (July 1984). Gary Trudgen 1984b, “Machin’s Mills Silver Coinage,” CNL 69 (Nov 1984). Gary Trudgen 1987a, “James Atlee’s Imitation British Halfpence,” CNL 75 (Mar 1987). GaryTrudgen 1987b, “Gilfoil’s Coppers,” CNL 76 (July 1987); 77 (Nov. 1987). GaryTrudgen, “David Brooks - Machin’s Mills Partner,” CNL 81 (Apr 1989) GaryTrudgen, “John Bailey, New York City Coiner," CNLgen, “Samuel and James F. Atlee, Machin’s Mills Partners, CNL 92 (Oct 1992). Byron

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 49

    1/7/1977

    Highlight: (2) Various back issues of The Colonial Newsletter as listed in the CNL 15 Year Cumulative Index. The most important being: (a) CNL ^11 — Miller's Connecticut Listings Updated (b) CNL ^15 -- Z Reverses of the 1.787 Connecticut Series (c) CNL ^22 — Biennial Pairings of Connecticut Obverses (d) CNL ^33 — Corrigenda Mil lerensis (e) CNL ^36 — Nicknamed Connecticut’s (f) CNL ^ 39 — The Incredible Diesinking of Abel Buell (g) CNL ^ 41 — The Interlocked Dies of Connecticut Coppers (h) CNL ^42 -- Odd & Curious Connecticut MOS Specimens Copies of all issues are available from CNL as per our published price list, (3) The Pine Tree Auction Company EAC Sale Catalog of February 15, 1975. Contains comprehensive photographic plates and descriptions of sale lots by Walter Breen. (4) "Legal and Illegal

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 74

    1/9/1986

    Highlight: CNL , 395. Pirenne, Henri and Jacques Pirenne. "Belgium", Encyclopedia Britannica (Chicago, 1945),, Vol. Ill, 356-360. Prime, William Cowper. Coins, Medals and Seals (New York, 1861), Chapter VI, reprinted in CNLer Ranlett. "Style Sheet and Rules for Papers", (Potsdam, [N.Y.], 1975). Reit, Samuel. Coins and Coin Collecting (New York, 1965). Richardson, John M. "The Copper Coins of Vermont", The Numismatist , Vol. LX (May, 1947), reprinted 1962. Risk, James C. "The Yaie University Brasher Doubloon", CNL , 753-764. Roberts, Kenneth. Oliver Wisweii . Ruding, Rogers. Annals of the Coinage of Great Britain and it

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 94

    1/7/1993

    Highlight: I’d like to see a colonial coin auction sale review column tn CNL, like there used to be tn the old AJN. I could suppfy you with endless short takes on Interesting and “common" coins any col- lector might be able to afford, as well as historical anecdotes about coins, famous pedigree notes, etc. I’m sure Gary could do slmllarfy. But who wants to read Hodder and Trudgen every time they open a new CNL? In other words. If you “lightened" the tone of CNL, made It more a “popular” journal, you’d be giving your patrons more of what I believe they want. You wouldn’t have to cut out serious, specialized and technical articles. Just surround them with some- thing else that every reader could relate to. Some of the people who read my “1787 Immunls Columbia” article have told me that they had to read

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 103

    1/9/1996

    Highlight: message is to explain the reasons for my retirement as editor of The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) and to offer my very sincere thanks to all of our Patrons who have so unselfishly donated their talents and their support to the efforts of The Colonial Newsletter Foundation (CNLF) and to CNL. To each and every one of you - - Thank You! In January of each year - since 1963 - ye Editor has reviewed the progress of CNL for publication, the general state-of- the-hobby, and other factors that cannot be as easily defined as those I have mentioned here. Each year I asked myself the question “Shall we continue CNL for another year?” And each year, until 1996, the answer was “Yes” - - in January of 1996

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 140

    1/8/2009

    Highlight: August 2009 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 341 0 The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic Society (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $25 per year for ANS members and $40 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Fenselau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212)571-4470 ext. 1311, or FAX (212)283-2267. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL/>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Gary A. Trudgen Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D. Associate Editor: Dr. Louis E.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 141

    1/12/2009

    Highlight: December 2009 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3458 The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic Society (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $25 per year for ANS members and $40 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Fenselau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212)571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212)571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL/>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Gary A. Trudgen Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D. Associate Editor: Dr. Louis

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 142

    1/4/2010

    Highlight: April 2010 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3498 The Colonial Newsletter (CNL) is published three times a year by The American Numismatic Society (ANS), 75 Varick Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10013. CNL is available at the rate of $35 per year for ANS members and $50 per year for non-members. For inquiries concerning CNL, please contact Megan Fenselau at the above postal address: e-mail ; telephone (212)571-4470 ext. 117, or FAX (212)571-4479. One can subscribe to CNL online or download a subscription form from the ANS website at CNL/CNL/>. ANS Executive Director: Dr. Ute Wartenberg Kagan Editor Emeritus: James C. Spilman CNL Staff Editor: Gary A. Trudgen Contributing Editor: Philip L. Mossman, M.D. Associate

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