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    Public Auction 10

    ic ; \l re 1 ic and mail bii 5 sale n. Numismatic Literature. 40 pp. 954 lots. 12 plates. Very fine, pictorial white can! cover. (45.00) PRICES REALIZED 8 1/2" x II” 58 Another Copy-No Prices Realized. (35.00) 59 October 29-30, 1981. Public & Mail Bid Auction held in conjunction with the: III International Numismatic Conven- tion. Featuring: Mexican Gold, Foreign Gold Coins &. Med- als, Colonial coinage of Charles & Johanna, Colonial Cob Coinage, Colonial Pillar & Bust Coinage, 8 Real Pillar Coin- age, 8 Real Portrait Coinage, Colonial Coinage of the War of Independence, Latin American Coinage, Coinage of Agustin de Iturbide (First Empire), “Real System” of the Mexican Republic, 8 Reales of the Mexican Republic, Mexican & Central American Tokens, Coinage of die “Decimal System” of the Mexican Re


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. 119th Buy or Bid Sale

    ct that when you study examples 120/10, 120/11, 120/12 1/12 light gold Staters 120/13 and 120/29 1/24 silver Stater, we discover they were even struck with the same die. This denominational and metallic crossover in coin striking indicates a small issue which is not something that would be exported. Small Greek coins are not struck for export; and normally only circulated locally. In studying the coinage of Croesus in general, I noticed a very interesting characteristic. The lion always has his skin tightly pulled over his skull as though he were a well-toned hunter and the eye of the Hon is a raised, round dot within a diamond-shaped recess. Look for this when obtaining a coin of Croesus as forgers seem to miss this nuance. The collection plated in this article does not contain a light weight 1/


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    Public Auction 16

    f Mexico. 20. 8 1/2” * 11”, N DOUGLAS, DUANE D. Apart ado 24-555, Mexico 7, D.F. 150 March 25-26, 1983. Public & Mail Bid Sale. Auspiciada por la Sociedad Numismatica de Mexico. 35 pages. 786 lots. 12 plates. Fine, pictorial white card cover. Featuring: Mexican Gold Colonial Coins, Gold Coins of the Mexican Republic, Foreign Gold Coins, Other Foreign Coins, Franklin Mint Issues, For- eign Medals, coinage of Charles and Johanna, Cob Coinage, Colonial Pillar Coinage, Colonial Portrait Coinage, Coinage Struck [During War of Independence, Coinage of Agustin de Iturbide (First Empire), Mexican Tokens, State and Federal Copper Coinage, “Real System” of the Mexican Republic, 8 Reales of the Mexican Republic, Coinage of the “Decimal System” of the Mexican Republic, Coinage of Maximilian of Hapsburg (Seco


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    INDEX (Elfwald I of Northumbria, coinage of, 63 /Elfwald II of Northumbria, coinage of, 63 /Ethelberht I of Hast Anglia, coinage of. 60 /Gthclbcrht II of East Anglia, coinage of. 60 /Ethelberht of Wessex, coinage of, 62 /Hthelr ed 1 of Northumbria, coinage of. 63 Ethelred 1 of Wessex, coinage of. 62 /Ethelred 11 of England, coinage of, 58,66-7 1 , 201-2 .•Ethelwald Moll of Northumbria, coinage of, 63 /Ethelweard of East Anglia, coinage


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    INDEX (Elfwald I of Northumbria, coinage of, 63 /Elfwald II of Northumbria, coinage of, 63 /Ethelberht I of Hast Anglia, coinage of. 60 /Gthclbcrht II of East Anglia, coinage of. 60 /Ethelberht of Wessex, coinage of, 62 /Hthelr ed 1 of Northumbria, coinage of. 63 Ethelred 1 of Wessex, coinage of. 62 /Ethelred 11 of England, coinage of, 58,66-7 1 , 201-2 .•Ethelwald Moll of Northumbria, coinage of, 63 /Ethelweard of East Anglia, coinage


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    INDEX (Elfwald I of Northumbria, coinage of, 63 /Elfwald II of Northumbria, coinage of, 63 /Ethelberht I of Hast Anglia, coinage of. 60 /Gthclbcrht II of East Anglia, coinage of. 60 /Ethelberht of Wessex, coinage of, 62 /Hthelr ed 1 of Northumbria, coinage of. 63 Ethelred 1 of Wessex, coinage of. 62 /Ethelred 11 of England, coinage of, 58,66-7 1 , 201-2 .•Ethelwald Moll of Northumbria, coinage of, 63 /Ethelweard of East Anglia, coinage


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    Stack's Correspondence 1947-2006

    /1947

    Stci^ op Expert WumUmatUh St pjour Service : Harvey G. Stack Partner U. S. Gold coinage U. S. Silver Coinage U. S. Copper Coinage U. S. Territorial Gold Auction Consignments Norman Stack Partner U. S. Gold Coinage U. S. Silver Coinage U. S. Copper Coinage Colonial Coins Foreign Gold Coinage Auction Consignments Lawrence R. Stack Partner U. S. Gold Coinage U. S. Silver Coinage U. S. Copper Coinage Colonial Coins & Medals Ancient & Foreign Gold Auction Consignments Scott Mitchell U. S


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    Public Auction 14

    PUBLIC -AUJCTTICONJ /\Lsl L') N4/\ I L BIO SALE NUMBER-FOURTEEN 19. 126 October 29-30, 1981. Public & Mail Bid Auction held in conjunction with the: III International Numismatic Convention. Featuring: Mexican Gold, Foreign Gold Coins & Medals, Colonial coinage of Charles & Johanna, Colonial Cob Coinage, Colonial Pillar & Bust Coinage, 8 Real Pillar Coinage, 8 Real Portrait Coinage, Colonial Coinage of the War of Independence, Latin American Coinage, Coinage of Agustin de Iturbide (First Empire), “Real System” of the Mexican Republic, 8 Reales of the Mexican Republic, Mexican & Central American Tokens, Coinage of the “Decimal System” of the Mexican Repu


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1971

    6/30/1971

    CONTENTS Page Location of U.S. Government mints 161 DOMESTIC COINS MANUFACTURED BY U.S. MINTS Tables I. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1970 (Number of pieces) 162 II. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1970 (Face value) 163 III. Authority for U.S. composite coinage, with denomination, specifications, and total coined, 1965-Dec. 31, 1970 164 IV. Authority for U.S. gold coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 165 V. Authority for U.S. silver coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 166 VI. Authority for U.S. minor coinage, with denomination, standard weight, composition, and total coined 168 VII.


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1971

    6/30/1971

    CONTENTS Page Location of U.S. Government mints 161 DOMESTIC COINS MANUFACTURED BY U.S. MINTS Tables I. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1970 (Number of pieces) 162 II. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1970 (Face value) 163 III. Authority for U.S. composite coinage, with denomination, specifications, and total coined, 1965-Dec. 31, 1970 164 IV. Authority for U.S. gold coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 165 V. Authority for U.S. silver coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 166 VI. Authority for U.S. minor coinage, with denomination, standard weight, composition, and total coined 168 VII.


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    Domestic and Foreign Coins Manufactured by Mints of the United States 1793-1970

    1/1/1970

    CONTENTS Page Location of U.S. Government mints 1 DOMESTIC COINS MANUFACTURED BY U.S. MINTS Tables I. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1970 (Number of pieces) 2 II. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1970 (Face value) 3 III. Authority for U.S. composite coinage, with denomination, specifications, and total coined, 1965-Dec. 31, 1970 4 IV. Authority for U.S. gold coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 5 V. Authority for U.S. silver coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 6 VI. Authority for U.S. minor coinage, with denomination, standard weight, composition, and total coined • 8 VII. Subsid


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    Public Auction 14

    yzantine, British Colonies, Brazil, Belgium, Cabinets, China, Central America, English Silver Medals, French Bronze Medals, French Silver Coins, Greek Gold and Silver, World Coins, Mexico, Books, Papal States, Roman Imperial and Consular Gold, Silver and Bronze, Russia, United States. Plate includes: Greek, Roman, 1838 Montreal Side View Token and 1/2 Penny, 1 189 India Dollar, Japan arid Britain coinage. 90. 7”x 10 114”, Qengerke 27, R CULKIN STAMP CO. POH 400, Omaha, Nehr. 1 1 9 April 1 5, 1959. Nelson T. Thorson Library Auction. (2 sets) 38 pages. 273 lots. Prices Realized and Hand Priced. Fine, mimeograhed pages. 30. 8 1/2" x 14”, Qengerke, D CURRENCY AUCTIONS OF AMERICA, INC. OPPORTUNITY TO ACQU IRE IMPORTANT PAPER MONEY REFERENCE SET OF 28 SALES WITH 24 PRICES REALIZED FROM ONE OF THE LEADI


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    U.S. Mint Report (1967)

    1/1/1967

    ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT 59 TABLE 27. — UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT MINTS AND SUMMARIES OF COINS PRODUCED THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1966 1 The Act of Congress approved April 2, 1792, provided for coinage of gold, silver, and copper, and es- tablished the first United States Mint in the Nation's Capital, then the city of Philadelphia. Subsequent legislation set up branch Mints in various parts of the country. Headquarters were moved from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. when the Act of Congress, approved by the President on February 12, 1873, established the several Mints and Assay Offices as a Bu


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    U.S. Mint Report (1967)

    1/1/1967

    ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT 59 TABLE 27. — UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT MINTS AND SUMMARIES OF COINS PRODUCED THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1966 1 The Act of Congress approved April 2, 1792, provided for coinage of gold, silver, and copper, and es- tablished the first United States Mint in the Nation's Capital, then the city of Philadelphia. Subsequent legislation set up branch Mints in various parts of the country. Headquarters were moved from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. when the Act of Congress, approved by the President on February 12, 1873, established the several Mints and Assay Offices as a Bu


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    Domestic Coin Manufactured by Mints of the United States, 1793-1973

    /1974

    CONTENTS Page Location of U.S. Government mints 1 DOMESTIC COINS MANUFACTURED BY U.S. MINTS Tables I. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1973 (Number of pieces) 2 II. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1973 (Face value) 3 III. Authority for U.S. composite coinage, with denomination, specifications, and total coined, 1965-Dec. 31, 1973 4 IV. Authority for U.S. gold coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 5 V. Authority for U.S. silver coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 6 VI. Authority for U.S. minor coinage, with denomination, standard weight, composition, and total coined 8 VII. Dollar c


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    Public sale : the Mitchell, Fash, Guttag and other collections of rare coins, medals, tokens, paper money, autographs, curios and gems. [04/10-12/1930]

    1808 1809 1810 1811 1812 1813 1814 1815 1816 1817 1818 1819 1820 1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829 1830 1831 1832 1833 1834 1835 1836 1837 1838 1839 1840 1841 1842 U. S. EAGLES 93 1862. Rare, small coinage. Ex. F. ($13.50). 1864. Ex. F. V. small coinage, 3,500 pcs. 1 865. Fine. V. Rare. Small coinage. 1866. V. small coinage. Coinage 3,700 pcs. ($17.00). 1867. Coinage 3,100 pcs. V. Rare. Ex. Fine ($18). 1868. Rare. Ex. Fine. ($17). 1869. Only 1855. Struck. Ex. F. V. Rare (Record $18). 1870. Ex. F. V. Rare. 2535 pcs struck. EAGLES ($10) OF NEW ORLEANS MINT 1842. Small coinage. Ex. Fine. 1849. Ex. F.


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    . 203. 226 Douglas, j.. 135 Dowle.A.W.. 141 Dowling. A., 132 Dio/.. Jean-Pierre. 150. 180 Dudman.J.. 171.226 Dugglcby. V.. 1 35 Durham House mini. 1)7-18 Dutton. P.. 184 Dyer. C.. 84 Dvcr. G- 36. 41-2. 130-31. 175. 226. and pi. 81) Dykes. D.W..42-3. 140, 161. 165. 172-3. 226. and pi. 10c DYKES. D.W.. Preface . v DYKES. D.W .The Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth-Century Token. 169-74 Eadgar (Edgar), coinage of. 65-6 Eadgar (Edgar). coinage reform of. 37-8. 58. 62. 65-6. 69-71.75 Eadwig. coinage of. 187 Eurdwitlf. of Northumbria, coinage of. 63 East India Company. coinage of.. 151-2 Ecgberht of Kent, coinage of, 60-6 1 Ecgberht (Egbert ) of Wessex .81. 187 East Anglia, coinage of. 62-3 Edmund of East Anglia. 63 Edmunds. D.R.D.. \ 11.221 Edward I . coinage of. 9. ] 7. 26. 33. 42. 86-7. 90-92, 1 39. 16


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    . 203. 226 Douglas, j.. 135 Dowle.A.W.. 141 Dowling. A., 132 Dio/.. Jean-Pierre. 150. 180 Dudman.J.. 171.226 Dugglcby. V.. 1 35 Durham House mini. 1)7-18 Dutton. P.. 184 Dyer. C.. 84 Dvcr. G- 36. 41-2. 130-31. 175. 226. and pi. 81) Dykes. D.W..42-3. 140, 161. 165. 172-3. 226. and pi. 10c DYKES. D.W.. Preface . v DYKES. D.W .The Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth-Century Token. 169-74 Eadgar (Edgar), coinage of. 65-6 Eadgar (Edgar). coinage reform of. 37-8. 58. 62. 65-6. 69-71.75 Eadwig. coinage of. 187 Eurdwitlf. of Northumbria, coinage of. 63 East India Company. coinage of.. 151-2 Ecgberht of Kent, coinage of, 60-6 1 Ecgberht (Egbert ) of Wessex .81. 187 East Anglia, coinage of. 62-3 Edmund of East Anglia. 63 Edmunds. D.R.D.. \ 11.221 Edward I . coinage of. 9. ] 7. 26. 33. 42. 86-7. 90-92, 1 39. 16


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    . 203. 226 Douglas, j.. 135 Dowle.A.W.. 141 Dowling. A., 132 Dio/.. Jean-Pierre. 150. 180 Dudman.J.. 171.226 Dugglcby. V.. 1 35 Durham House mini. 1)7-18 Dutton. P.. 184 Dyer. C.. 84 Dvcr. G- 36. 41-2. 130-31. 175. 226. and pi. 81) Dykes. D.W..42-3. 140, 161. 165. 172-3. 226. and pi. 10c DYKES. D.W.. Preface . v DYKES. D.W .The Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth-Century Token. 169-74 Eadgar (Edgar), coinage of. 65-6 Eadgar (Edgar). coinage reform of. 37-8. 58. 62. 65-6. 69-71.75 Eadwig. coinage of. 187 Eurdwitlf. of Northumbria, coinage of. 63 East India Company. coinage of.. 151-2 Ecgberht of Kent, coinage of, 60-6 1 Ecgberht (Egbert ) of Wessex .81. 187 East Anglia, coinage of. 62-3 Edmund of East Anglia. 63 Edmunds. D.R.D.. \ 11.221 Edward I . coinage of. 9. ] 7. 26. 33. 42. 86-7. 90-92, 1 39. 16


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    Public Auction 15

    nd Proclamations. 20. 8 1/2” .V 1 l", Qengerke 24 , N 33 December 31, 1980. Sale 25. Selection of Worldwide Coins, Paper Money and Medals, Including Special US & Mexico Offerings. 80 pages. 2772 lots. 24 plates. Fine, pictorial green card cover. Contents: Peruvian 4 Reales of the Potosi Mint Part I: Carolus 111 Portraits by Darw in B. Palmer, Jr; Worldwide Paper Money; Worldwide Medals; Worldwide coinage. Salvaged Coin with photo. 20. 8 1/2" x 11”, Qengerke 25 , N 34 March 31, 1981. Sale 26. Worldwide Selections of Rare & Popular Numismatic Material Including Outstanding Selections of Panama, Costa Rica, Mexico, Guatemala & United States. 92 pages. 2803 lots. 32 plates. New', pictorial white card cover. Contents: Worldwide Coin- age; Worldwide Medals; Worldwide Paper Money; 4 Reales of the Potosi


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    Public Auction 16

    PUBLIC: /XL JC 'TICP>UJ SALE NUMHHR SIXTEHNTI I 9. 32 May 25, 1982. Sale 31. Worldwide coinage Featuring Part III of an Outstanding (Lifetime Endeavor) Collection of His- panic American Coinage. Plus The Famous Odis H. Clark, Jr’s Collection. 108 pages. 3293 lots. 5 plate, photo illustrated. New, pictorial yellow card cover. Contents: Worldwide Coinage; Worldwide Budget Auction; Worldwide Paper Money. “Concepecion Treasure” Coins with photos. Counterstamped, US Military Payment Certificate


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1926

    6/30/1926

    ew York Total Gold wastage: Melting and refining department - - ( Joining depart menl $151, 19 $151. 19 298.72 o ther wastage and loss on sweeps, from contin- gent appropriation Total reimbursements ... . 6, 073. 58 4, 664. 65 3, 442. 43 3, 226. 50 6, 073. 58 17, 407.16 ENGRAVING DEPARTMENT During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, the engraving depart- ment made 3,417 working dies for domestic coinage, including those for the memorial coinage in celebration of the Sesquicentennial of American Independence, the Fort Vancouver Centennial, and California's Diamond Jubilee. Master dies, hubs, and working dies were made for Philippine, Polish, Venezuelan, Guatemalan, Costa Paean, Peruvian, and Salvadorean coinage. Dies manufactured Item Domestic coinage: Regular gold coinage - . . Regular silver co


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1926

    6/30/1926

    ew York Total Gold wastage: Melting and refining department - - ( Joining depart menl $151, 19 $151. 19 298.72 o ther wastage and loss on sweeps, from contin- gent appropriation Total reimbursements ... . 6, 073. 58 4, 664. 65 3, 442. 43 3, 226. 50 6, 073. 58 17, 407.16 ENGRAVING DEPARTMENT During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1926, the engraving depart- ment made 3,417 working dies for domestic coinage, including those for the memorial coinage in celebration of the Sesquicentennial of American Independence, the Fort Vancouver Centennial, and California's Diamond Jubilee. Master dies, hubs, and working dies were made for Philippine, Polish, Venezuelan, Guatemalan, Costa Paean, Peruvian, and Salvadorean coinage. Dies manufactured Item Domestic coinage: Regular gold coinage - . . Regular silver co


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    INDEX 27 Harris. Heiiry. 180 Hurthacnut. coinage of. 26. 5X, 68-9. 72 Haselgrove. C„ 49-5 Hawkins. E.. 90. 175-6. 185 Hawkins. R.N.P.. 173. 184.232 Hay.W.R.. 170-71 Ha/.litt. W.C.. 196 Heaberhl of Kent, coinage of. 60-1 Head. B.V., 192 Hennessy, E.. 1 33 Henry I, coinage of. 1-2. 7. 9-10. 76-8. 80-8 1.206 Henry II. coinage of. 18. 79-85, 101 Henry 111. coinage of. 9. 82-7, 139-40. 147, 193-4 Henry IV. coinage of. 93-4. 99. 101-3. 139. 187, 193


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    INDEX 27 Harris. Heiiry. 180 Hurthacnut. coinage of. 26. 5X, 68-9. 72 Haselgrove. C„ 49-5 Hawkins. E.. 90. 175-6. 185 Hawkins. R.N.P.. 173. 184.232 Hay.W.R.. 170-71 Ha/.litt. W.C.. 196 Heaberhl of Kent, coinage of. 60-1 Head. B.V., 192 Hennessy, E.. 1 33 Henry I, coinage of. 1-2. 7. 9-10. 76-8. 80-8 1.206 Henry II. coinage of. 18. 79-85, 101 Henry 111. coinage of. 9. 82-7, 139-40. 147, 193-4 Henry IV. coinage of. 93-4. 99. 101-3. 139. 187, 193


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    INDEX 27 Harris. Heiiry. 180 Hurthacnut. coinage of. 26. 5X, 68-9. 72 Haselgrove. C„ 49-5 Hawkins. E.. 90. 175-6. 185 Hawkins. R.N.P.. 173. 184.232 Hay.W.R.. 170-71 Ha/.litt. W.C.. 196 Heaberhl of Kent, coinage of. 60-1 Head. B.V., 192 Hennessy, E.. 1 33 Henry I, coinage of. 1-2. 7. 9-10. 76-8. 80-8 1.206 Henry II. coinage of. 18. 79-85, 101 Henry 111. coinage of. 9. 82-7, 139-40. 147, 193-4 Henry IV. coinage of. 93-4. 99. 101-3. 139. 187, 193


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    Domestic Coin Manufactured by Mints of the United States, 1793-1976

    /1978

    CONTENTS Page Location of U.S. Government mints 1 DOMESTIC COINS MANUFACTURED BY U.S. MINTS Tables I. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1976 (Number of pieces) 2 II. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1976 (Face value) 3 III. Authority for U.S. composite coinage, with denomination, specifications, and total coined, 1965-Dec. 31, 1976 4 IV. Authority for U.S. gold coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 5 V. Authority for U.S. silver coinage with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 6 VI. Authority for U.S. minor coinage, with denomination, standard weight, composition, and total coined 8 VII. Dollar cl


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    Domestic Coin Manufactured by Mints of the United States, 1793-1980

    /1981

    CONTENTS Page Location of U.S. Government Mints 1 DOMESTIC COINS MANUFACTURED BY U.S. MINTS Tables I. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1980 (Number of pieces) 2 II. U.S. coins manufactured by mint institutions, 1793-Dec. 31, 1980 (Face value) 3 III. Authority for U.S. composite coinage, with denomination, speci- fications, and total coined, 1965-Dec. 31, 1980 4 IV. Authority for U.S. gold coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 5 V. Authority for U.S. silver coinage with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 6 VI. Authority for U.S. minor coinage with denomination, standard weight, composition, and total coined 8 VII. Dollar c


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    Domestic Coin Manufactured by Mints of the United States, 1793-1980

    /1981

    VI CONTENTS Page XXXVIII. Annual silver coinage, San Francisco Mint (Face value) 73 XXXIX. Annual minor coinage, San Francisco Mint (Number of pieces). 75 XL. Annual minor coinage, San Francisco Mint (Face value) 76 XLI. Annual gold coinage, New Orleans Mint (Number of pieces).... 77 XLII. Annual gold coinage, New Orleans Mint (Face value) 78 XLIII. Annual silver coinage, New Orleans Mint (Number of pieces) ... 79 XLIV. Annual silver coinage,


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    Public Auction 10

    ented as is the history of Mexico in each of its phases since the first paper money issued by Agustin de Iturbide in 1823...in this catalogue I have used three cata- log numbers: Gaytan, Pick and Vogt (Krause Publications) in this order”. (45.00) 6 1/2” x 9” 54 March 13-15, 1980. VIII Annual Numismatic International Convention Mexico City, Sponsored by the Numismatic Society of Mexico. Featuring: coinage of the Viceroyalty of New Spain, Coinage of the War of Independence, Coinage of Maximilian of Hapsburg, Medals & Proclamation Pieces, Coinage of General Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon, State & Federal Copper Coinage, An Extensive Collection of the Silver Coinage of the Mexican Republic: 1/4, 1/2, 1, 2, 4, & 8 Reales. 28 pp. 970 lots. 4 plates. Very fine, pictorial white card cover. ( 3 5 .00 ) 8 1/2”


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    Domestic Coin Manufactured by Mints of the United States, 1793-1973

    /1974

    VI CONTENTS Page XXXVIII. Annual silver coinage, San Francisco Mint (Face value) 62 XXXIX. Annual minor coinage, San Francisco Mint (Number of pieces) 64 XL Annual minor coinage, San Francisco Mint (Face value) 64 XLI. Annual gold coinage, New Orleans Mint (Number of pieces). 65 XLII. Annual gold coinage, New Orleans Mint (Face value) 66 XLIII. Annual silver coinage, New Orleans Mint (Number of pieces) _ _ 67 XLIV. Annual silver coinage, New O


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    Domestic Coin Manufactured by Mints of the United States, 1793-1976

    /1978

    VI CONTENTS Page XXXVIII. Annual silver coinage, San Francisco Mint (Face value) 62 XXXIX. Annual minor coinage, San Francisco Mint (Number of pieces) 64 XL. Annual minor coinage, San Francisco Mint (Face value) 64 XLI. Annual gold coinage, New Orleans Mint (Number of pieces) __ 65 XLII. Annual gold coinage, New Orleans Mint (Face value) 66 XLIII. Annual silver coinage, New Orleans Mint (Number of pieces) __ 67 XLIV. Annual silver coinage, New


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1929

    /1929

    I REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT 19 Engraving Department During: the fiscal year ended June 30, 1929, the engraving depart- I ment made 2,710 working dies for domestic coinage. Master dies, j hubs, and working dies were made for domestic, Philippine, Ecuado- I ran, Venezuelan, Panaman, Nicaraguan, Salvadoran and Costa Rican f coinage, also for the Post Office, War, and Navy Departments. Dies manufactured Item Domestic coinage: Regular gold coinage... Regular silver coinage.. Regular minor coinage. Unused coinage... Philippine coinage. Ecuadoran coinage Venezuelan coina


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1929

    /1929

    I REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT 19 Engraving Department During: the fiscal year ended June 30, 1929, the engraving depart- I ment made 2,710 working dies for domestic coinage. Master dies, j hubs, and working dies were made for domestic, Philippine, Ecuado- I ran, Venezuelan, Panaman, Nicaraguan, Salvadoran and Costa Rican f coinage, also for the Post Office, War, and Navy Departments. Dies manufactured Item Domestic coinage: Regular gold coinage... Regular silver coinage.. Regular minor coinage. Unused coinage... Philippine coinage. Ecuadoran coinage Venezuelan coina


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1902)

    1/1/1902

    426 REPORT ON THE FINANCES. XXXV. — coinage of the Mints of the United States from their Organization, 1792, to June 30, 1902. Beiiomitiation an;d description. Pieces. Value. GOLP. Double eagles i Eagles ^ Half eagles •. ' Three-dollar pieces (coinage discontinued under act of September 26, 1890) Quarter eagles 1 Dollars (coinage discontinued under act of September 26, 1890) Total gold SILVER. 81,433, 432 36,509,847 56, 764, 065 $1, 628, 6


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    INDEX 269 British Museum, v. 5-6. 15. 18-19.23-4.28.31,34,38. 42,50,53.69. 116, 118. 138. 175. 182-4 192-3, 199,202,209 British Numismatic Journal ( BNJ ), publication of, 6, 17, 20,27,29,31.34-5.37-8 British Numismatic Society (BNS). foundation of, 1-6. 45.76, 107, 161, 171. 186. 196.213; charitable status, 35-6; members, see Members of the Society (1903-2003) British territories in Europe, coinage of, 158-9 Brooke. G.C.. 15-17. 20. 24. 46-7. 61 . 67. 76-7. 8 1 . 93-4,99-103, 107. 109-12, 120. 219. and pi. 4c Brooks. Prof. N.P.. 61. 219 Brown. ED.. 107. 1 12-13. 115. 139, 146.220 Brown. John. 163 Brown. L., 176.220 BROWN. L., A Discourse of Medals. 175-85 Browning, John. 163 Buchanan. George. 43 Bunbury. Sir Edward, 195 Bttrdon. John, 167 Burgred of Mercia, coinage of, 59 Bums, E.. 90. 99,


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    INDEX 269 British Museum, v. 5-6. 15. 18-19.23-4.28.31,34,38. 42,50,53.69. 116, 118. 138. 175. 182-4 192-3, 199,202,209 British Numismatic Journal ( BNJ ), publication of, 6, 17, 20,27,29,31.34-5.37-8 British Numismatic Society (BNS). foundation of, 1-6. 45.76, 107, 161, 171. 186. 196.213; charitable status, 35-6; members, see Members of the Society (1903-2003) British territories in Europe, coinage of, 158-9 Brooke. G.C.. 15-17. 20. 24. 46-7. 61 . 67. 76-7. 8 1 . 93-4,99-103, 107. 109-12, 120. 219. and pi. 4c Brooks. Prof. N.P.. 61. 219 Brown. ED.. 107. 1 12-13. 115. 139, 146.220 Brown. John. 163 Brown. L., 176.220 BROWN. L., A Discourse of Medals. 175-85 Browning, John. 163 Buchanan. George. 43 Bunbury. Sir Edward, 195 Bttrdon. John, 167 Burgred of Mercia, coinage of, 59 Bums, E.. 90. 99,


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    The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society

    /2003

    INDEX 269 British Museum, v. 5-6. 15. 18-19.23-4.28.31,34,38. 42,50,53.69. 116, 118. 138. 175. 182-4 192-3, 199,202,209 British Numismatic Journal ( BNJ ), publication of, 6, 17, 20,27,29,31.34-5.37-8 British Numismatic Society (BNS). foundation of, 1-6. 45.76, 107, 161, 171. 186. 196.213; charitable status, 35-6; members, see Members of the Society (1903-2003) British territories in Europe, coinage of, 158-9 Brooke. G.C.. 15-17. 20. 24. 46-7. 61 . 67. 76-7. 8 1 . 93-4,99-103, 107. 109-12, 120. 219. and pi. 4c Brooks. Prof. N.P.. 61. 219 Brown. ED.. 107. 1 12-13. 115. 139, 146.220 Brown. John. 163 Brown. L., 176.220 BROWN. L., A Discourse of Medals. 175-85 Browning, John. 163 Buchanan. George. 43 Bunbury. Sir Edward, 195 Bttrdon. John, 167 Burgred of Mercia, coinage of, 59 Bums, E.. 90. 99,


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    Domestic and Foreign Coins Manufactured by Mints of the United States 1792-1965

    1/1/1965

    RECORD OF COINS MANUFACTURED BY THE UNITED STATES MINTS FROM 1792 THROUGH 1965 CONTENTS Page Preface by the Director of the Mint i Location of the Mints ii UNITED STATES coinage Table No. Summary tables: C 1 Coinage by Mint, class, denomination, and number of pieces 4 C 2 Coinage by Mint, class, denomination, and face value 5 C 3 Authority for composite coinage, with denomi- nation, standard weight and composition, and total coined 6 C 4 Authority for gold coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 6 C 5 Authority for silver coinage, with den


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    Domestic and Foreign Coins Manufactured by Mints of the United States 1792-1965

    1/1/1965

    2 CONTENTS- -Continued Table No. Annual tables- - Continued P a ge C35-36 Minor coinage, San Francisco Mint 59 C37-38 Gold coinage, New Orleans Mint 60-61 C39-40 Silver coinage, New Orleans Mint 62-63 C41-42 Gold coinage, Carson City Mint 64-65 C43-44 Silver coinage, Carson City Mint 64-65 C45-46 Gold coinage, Charlotte Mint 66 C47-48 Gold coinage, Dahlonega Mint 67 C49 Commemorative coinage 68-70 Retention of dates, coins bearing the date "1964": C50 Summary by denomination 71 C51


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1966

    6/30/1966

    RECORD OF COINS MANUFACTURED BY THE UNITED STATES MINTS FROM 1792 THROUGH 1965 CONTENTS Page Location of the Mints 64 UNITED STATES coinage Table No. Summary tables: C 1 Coinage by Mint, class, denomination, and number of pieces 68 C 2 Coinage by Mint, class, denomination, and face value 69 C 3 Authority for composite coinage, with denomi- nation, standard weight and composition, and total coined 70 C 4 Authority for gold coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 70 C 5 Authority for silver coinage, with


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1966

    6/30/1966

    66 CONTENTS- - Continued Table No. Annual tables- -Continued Page C35-36 Minor coinage, San Francisco Mint 123 C37-38 Gold coinage, New Orleans Mint 124-125- C39-40 Silver coinage, New Orleans Mint 126-127 C41-42 Gold coinage, Carson City Mint 128-129 C43-44 Silver coinage, Carson City Mint 128-129 C45-46 Gold coinage, Charlotte Mint 130 C47-48 Gold coinage, Dahlonega Mint 131 C49 Commemorative coinage 132-134 Retention of dates, coins bearing the date "1964": C50 Summary by denomi


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    Domestic and Foreign Coins Manufactured by Mints of the United States 1792-1965

    1/1/1965

    RECORD OF COINS MANUFACTURED BY THE UNITED STATES MINTS FROM 1792 THROUGH 1965 CONTENTS Page Preface by the Director of the Mint i Location of the Mints ii UNITED STATES coinage Table No. Summary tables: C 1 Coinage by Mint, class, denomination, and number of pieces 4 C 2 Coinage by Mint, class, denomination, and face value 5 C 3 Authority for composite coinage, with denomi- nation, standard weight and composition, and total coined 6 C 4 Authority for gold coinage, with denomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 6 C 5 Authority for silver coinage, with den


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    Domestic and Foreign Coins Manufactured by Mints of the United States 1792-1965

    1/1/1965

    2 CONTENTS- -Continued Table No. Annual tables- - Continued P a ge C35-36 Minor coinage, San Francisco Mint 59 C37-38 Gold coinage, New Orleans Mint 60-61 C39-40 Silver coinage, New Orleans Mint 62-63 C41-42 Gold coinage, Carson City Mint 64-65 C43-44 Silver coinage, Carson City Mint 64-65 C45-46 Gold coinage, Charlotte Mint 66 C47-48 Gold coinage, Dahlonega Mint 67 C49 Commemorative coinage 68-70 Retention of dates, coins bearing the date "1964": C50 Summary by denomination 71 C51


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    U.S. Mint Report (1965)

    1/1/1965

    160 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT Other tables in this section use the Mint coinage estimates, adjusted to a calendar year basis, and the figures for calendar 1964 will differ slightly from the actual amounts of silver that were used. Additional assumptions regarding redemptions, transitional and replacement coinage requirements, and recovery of old coinage have been made in the course of the present study and underlie the arithmetic of some of its tables. Treasury Recovery and


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 60]

    /1900

    546 THE BANKERS * MAGAZINE . III.— Their coinage Variations. The first coinage legislation of Congress (under the Constitution) was the act of April 2, 1792, which fixed the weight of the gold dollar at twenty-seven grains {containing 24.75 grains of pure gold), and that of the silver dollar at 416 grains (containing 371.25 grains of pure silver) and established the coinage ratio between the two metals at fifteen to one (that is, fifteen ounces


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1927

    6/30/1927

    667. 46 $791.42 30. 99 13. 74 21.29 11. 12 $164. 96 28.33 1. 61 123. 10 6. 75 457. 66 $1,337.24 291.52 410. 02 501.98 253.99 5, 597. 76 Nickel wastage: ■ Melting and refining department Coining department "Bronze wastage: Melting and refining department Loss on stile of sweeps $4, 472. 64 Total wastage and loss Reimbursements: -NIL Ml tllHl HI KJll/.x. V* ilMit^L. Oil UUIIIt^llL ClIUlj from minor coinage profits 2, 268. 90 868. 56 782.41 4,472.64 8, 392.51 1.059. 93 1, 208. 97 77. 14 791. 42 159. 79 622. 62 1,296.86 7, 095. 65 Other wastage and loss on sweeps, from contin- gent appropriation 4, 472. 64 Total reimbursements ._. 2, 268. 90 B68. 66 782.41 4, 472. 64 8, 392. 51 ENGRAVING DEPARTMENT During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, the engraving depart- ment made 2,828 working dies for dome


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1954

    6/30/1954

    Summary of United States coinage from organization of Mint in 1792 through Dec. 31, 1954, Series I -XX. CONTENTS Page I United States Mint (location, legislative reference, mint marks, and period covered) 63 II Authority for United States coinage, with class, de- nomination, standard weight, fineness, and total coined 63 III United States coinage by Mint, class, denomination, and number of pieces 67 IV United States coinage by M


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    The Numismatist, Vol. 22 (1909)

    /1909

    IV THE NUMISMATIST, 1909 Montenegro coinage Report 334 Montreal Numismatic and Antiqua- rian Society 58, 91. 123, 154 Mormon Coins, Restriking Doubted. . . 169 Unissued Type 35 7 Morocco Coinage Notes 97 Necessity Coins of Portugal 145 New Coins (Italy) Gems of Art. . . . 5, 346 Newfoundland Coinage Report 33 4 New York Numismatic Club... 26, 91. 114, 122, 155, 186, 218. 251. 291 Group Picture 114 Nexsen, John A., Obituary 272 Nickerson, S


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1928)

    1/1/1928

    1, 123. 75 88. 72 5, 430. 36 $204. 92 Silver wastage: $219. 97 480. 75 127. 13 21.32 48. 23 17.61 113. 16 31. 13 23. 61 8. 85 89. 58 23. 54 888. 47 Nickel wastage: Melting and refining department 73. 89 .62 985. 94 47. 57 2, 481. 45 Bronze wastage: Melting and refining department Loss on sale of sweeps Total wastage and loss Reimbursements: Nickel and bronze wastage on domes- tic coin, from minor coinage profits.. Gold and silver departmental wast- ages offset by other departmental $1,947.28 18,058. 80 1, 028. 17 1, 270. 10 1 1,947.28 22, 304. 35 1, 108. 02 2,671.25 14, 279. 53 214. 29 700. 72 113. 16 145. 58 236. 05 888. 47 1, 467. 89 3, 608. 02 17, 228. 44 Other wastage and loss on sweeps, from contingent appropriations Total reimbursements 1,947.28 18. 058. 80 1, 028. 17 1,270.10 1, 947. 28 22


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