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    THE COLONIAL COIN & STAMP COMPANY

    10/10/2010

    THE colonial coin & stamp COMPANY http www coinbooks org esylum_v13n41a20 html Dave Lange submitted these thoughts on the Colonial Coin Stamp Company of New Your City Editor I ve enjoyed Harvey Stack s stories about the coin business in New York In his list of dealers active there during the 1930s he mentioned all those well known today but he omitted one name that was prominent at the time and since forgotten


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    THE COLONIAL COIN & STAMP COMPANY

    10/10/2010

    THE colonial coin & stamp COMPANY http www coinbooks org esylum_v13n41a20 html Back to top Dave Lange submitted these thoughts on the Colonial Coin Stamp Company of New Your City Editor I ve enjoyed Harvey Stack s stories about the coin business in New York In his list of dealers active there during the 1930s he mentioned all those well known today but he omitted one name that was prominent at the time


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    FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK COIN DEALERS

    10/29/2017

    r of points The deal definitely worked in favor of the publisher as a simple transistor radio of the kind I had as a kid required more than the total point value of two 1909 S VDB cents While I was enjoying this purchase I noticed something intriguing about the address of publisher David A Christianson 509 Fifth Avenue New York City This building was right next door to 507 the address of colonial coin & stamp Company publisher of coin boards 1935 42 It appears that there was something of a coin dealer row thing going on there though perhaps not at the same time I 39 m attaching a circa 1940 photo showing from right to left 505 507 509 Fifth Avenue These buildings were across the street from NYC 39 s main library but were replaced with a single modern high rise sometime after 1980 A blowup o


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    FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK COIN DEALERS

    10/29/2017

    r of points The deal definitely worked in favor of the publisher as a simple transistor radio of the kind I had as a kid required more than the total point value of two 1909 S VDB cents While I was enjoying this purchase I noticed something intriguing about the address of publisher David A Christianson 509 Fifth Avenue New York City This building was right next door to 507 the address of colonial coin & stamp Company publisher of coin boards 1935 42 It appears that there was something of a coin dealer row thing going on there though perhaps not at the same time I 39 m attaching a circa 1940 photo showing from right to left 505 507 509 Fifth Avenue These buildings were across the street from NYC 39 s main library but were replaced with a single modern high rise sometime after 1980 A blowup o


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    Coin Board News no. 21

    1/1/2012

    the boards and coins together unless both were for sale Ultimately the coins sold for what they were worth without respect to the value of the boards but then he began pitting me against another prospective board buyer to see who woidd pay the most for the now empty boards 1 ceased answering his emails at that point Perhaps the most important offering in recent months was a four piece lot of colonial coin & stamp Company boards that appeared on eBay late in 2011 Included were those for Eagle Indian Head Cents Lincoln Cents Shield Liberty Head Nickels and Buffalo Nickels all of them Second Edition of course These brought about 20 each somewhat below their real value but a good price given that they were only partially illustrated They were all duplicates for me so I was once again the underbi


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    Coin Board News no. 21

    1/1/2012

    the boards and coins together unless both were for sale Ultimately the coins sold for what they were worth without respect to the value of the boards but then he began pitting me against another prospective board buyer to see who woidd pay the most for the now empty boards 1 ceased answering his emails at that point Perhaps the most important offering in recent months was a four piece lot of colonial coin & stamp Company boards that appeared on eBay late in 2011 Included were those for Eagle Indian Head Cents Lincoln Cents Shield Liberty Head Nickels and Buffalo Nickels all of them Second Edition of course These brought about 20 each somewhat below their real value but a good price given that they were only partially illustrated They were all duplicates for me so I was once again the underbi


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    Coin Board News no. 31

    7/1/2014

    ry for a match MALLET ACTIVITY The past quarter did not provide a lot of coin board listings but there were some notable ones The standout was a group of ten boards that included five early printings from the Whitman Second Edition 1936 copyright dates a Kent board for Morgan Dimes and a First Edition Whitman board for Buffalo Nickels The real star however was a very rare First Edition colonial coin & stamp Company board for Lincoln Cents The only other examples known to me are in my own collection and I bid on this lot as high as I dared for items that I d have to resell Not surprisingly my bid fell far short the lot bringing a price of 265 77 Another lot of five Whitman Second Edition boards included the scarce W10B2 for Large Cents 1826 1857 and brought a very reasonable 35 The remaining


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    COIN BOARD NEWS FROM DAVID LANGE

    03/10/2013

    COIN BOARD NEWS FROM DAVID LANGE http www coinbooks org esylum_v16n10a08 html Back to top In the Spring 2013 issue of his Coin Board News publication David Lange mentions a newly discovered Whitman Commemorative Half Dollar board and a scarce publication by Leiser Schnelling of the colonial coin & stamp Company of New York City Editor There are several important developments this quarter mostly involving Whitman boards The most exciting is the discovery of a board long suspected to exist from a fuzzy photo in an old eBay listing that was little noticed at the time This item is the first incarnation of Whitman 226 128 153 s board for COMMEMORATIVE HALF DOLLARS It measures only 7 in


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    Coin Board News no. 21

    1/1/2012

    the boards and coins together unless both were for sale Ultimately the coins sold for what they were worth without respect to the value of the boards but then he began pitting me against another prospective board buyer to see who woidd pay the most for the now empty boards 1 ceased answering his emails at that point Perhaps the most important offering in recent months was a four piece lot of colonial coin & stamp Company boards that appeared on eBay late in 2011 Included were those for Eagle Indian Head Cents Lincoln Cents Shield Liberty Head Nickels and Buffalo Nickels all of them Second Edition of course These brought about 20 each somewhat below their real value but a good price given that they were only partially illustrated They were all duplicates for me so I was once again the underbi


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    Coin Board News no. 31

    7/1/2014

    ry for a match MALLET ACTIVITY The past quarter did not provide a lot of coin board listings but there were some notable ones The standout was a group of ten boards that included five early printings from the Whitman Second Edition 1936 copyright dates a Kent board for Morgan Dimes and a First Edition Whitman board for Buffalo Nickels The real star however was a very rare First Edition colonial coin & stamp Company board for Lincoln Cents The only other examples known to me are in my own collection and I bid on this lot as high as I dared for items that I d have to resell Not surprisingly my bid fell far short the lot bringing a price of 265 77 Another lot of five Whitman Second Edition boards included the scarce W10B2 for Large Cents 1826 1857 and brought a very reasonable 35 The remaining


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    Coin Board News no. 21

    1/1/2012

    the boards and coins together unless both were for sale Ultimately the coins sold for what they were worth without respect to the value of the boards but then he began pitting me against another prospective board buyer to see who woidd pay the most for the now empty boards 1 ceased answering his emails at that point Perhaps the most important offering in recent months was a four piece lot of colonial coin & stamp Company boards that appeared on eBay late in 2011 Included were those for Eagle Indian Head Cents Lincoln Cents Shield Liberty Head Nickels and Buffalo Nickels all of them Second Edition of course These brought about 20 each somewhat below their real value but a good price given that they were only partially illustrated They were all duplicates for me so I was once again the underbi


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    Coin Board News no. 31

    7/1/2014

    ry for a match MALLET ACTIVITY The past quarter did not provide a lot of coin board listings but there were some notable ones The standout was a group of ten boards that included five early printings from the Whitman Second Edition 1936 copyright dates a Kent board for Morgan Dimes and a First Edition Whitman board for Buffalo Nickels The real star however was a very rare First Edition colonial coin & stamp Company board for Lincoln Cents The only other examples known to me are in my own collection and I bid on this lot as high as I dared for items that I d have to resell Not surprisingly my bid fell far short the lot bringing a price of 265 77 Another lot of five Whitman Second Edition boards included the scarce W10B2 for Large Cents 1826 1857 and brought a very reasonable 35 The remaining


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    Coin Board News no. 12

    10/1/2009

    g apologized that she had been out of town and had left a family member to package them telling me that she would issue a refund and that I could just keep the boards I also bought at opening bid a very nice though common Whitman third edition board for Liberty Nickels Folks must have been napping on this one I heard from one lucky reader of this newsletter that he was the winner of a rare colonial coin & stamp Company first edition board for Indian Cents on eBay This one displays the company s original logo as depicted on page 1 19 of my book Featured in a lot with two very ordinary second edition Whitman boards this rare treat though not in pristine condition brought a strong price indicative of two or more knowledgeable bidders I thought about competing on this lot but didn t expecting that i


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    Coin Board News no. 13

    1/1/2010

    le to offer my customers Whitman boards are always the best sellers at least in terms of volume though the most common ones don t command much money except in the top grades These make for great eBay material and 1 suspect that quite a number of them are being filled with coins All Y Edition boards remain exceedingly rare and these will be the first to go up in value when times get better colonial coin & stamp Company 1 was able to make no significant purchases of this brand during 2009 and the small hoard of choice pieces 1 acquired a couple years ago is nearly exhausted This was limited to just three titles in any case and all other Colonial brand boards remain nearly unobtainable in grades higher than F VF 1 would dearly love to upgrade some of the pieces in my own collection Lincoln Printing


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    Coin Board News no. 17

    1/1/2011

    tions showed little price movement except in higher grades the First Fourth and Y Edition boards advanced dramatically across a broad range of grades The Y Edition has emerged as the rarest series of all and adding them to my inventory has been all but impossible Most varieties of the X Edition remain fairly common in grades Fine and lower though high grade examples are few and far between colonial coin & stamp Company The Atlanta Hoard of 2008 is now history and almost nothing of quality has surfaced since that time C50A2a remains the most readily available variety in nice condition and there is no change in value for this board alone All others are up across most grades Colonial boards for any series other than Lincoln Cents Shield Liberty Nickels and Barber Quarters all represented in the At


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    Coin Board News no. 18

    4/1/2011

    reh on my part I diseovered advertisements for this eoin dealer in The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine dating from the late 1930s It appears that this staek of Near Mint boards was remaindered stoek that never sold and somehow survived intaet for more than 70 years The only other highlight from this first quarter was my purehase and subsequent sale of two extremely rare publisher bound albums of colonial coin & stamp Company boards These were in the same style of brown leatherette binders illustrated on pages 118 and 126 of my book Both featured very elean boards but rather worn binders and Volume II was missing the two eommemorative half dollar boards it should have held These were evidently removed at some point as the boards are indeed removable with a bit of effort In addition to the pair in my own


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    Coin Board News no. 25

    1/1/2013

    lisher is either Whitman s Second Edition for Liberty Flead Nickels or that company s X Edition board for Eincoln Cents Both are abundant and difficult to sell in grades lower than VF Several Second Edition boards however have gone up in value as their rarity becomes evident even in lower grades These are primarily the a b and c varieties which are almost never encountered for most titles colonial coin & stamp Company A nice assortment of this company s boards ran on eBay as a single lot for the entire year at a fixed price well above what they are worth and several offers by various individuals failed to secure them In the first week of January 2013 this lot finally sold for 375 which is full retail but a good buy for a collector It was more than I could pay for boards that 1 already had in my


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    Coin Board News no. 26

    4/1/2013

    L I N C OLN H E AD PE N N Y ooooooooo googoogoo goggooggo googoogoo gogooogoo googoogoo ogoggogoo ooogogooo ooooooooo Ccin Beard Mews fer Collectors of Antique Coin Eoards Number 20 Spring 2013 Special denial Ccin Stamp Company List The newest list of Ccin Lcards fer Sale 126 is another special edition this time highlighting my inventory of boards published by colonial coin & stamp Company of New York City This business was established by German immigrant Leiser Wolf Schnelling around 1931 His first coin boards appeared in 1935 with only J K Post s Kent Company boards predating them by a few months Colonial brand boards were a cut above Post s simple 25 cent items as they used transparent cellophane as a backing instead of opaque paper Colonial boards also featured


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    Coin Board News no. 26

    4/1/2013

    10 The colonial coin & stamp Co New York SMALL CENTS Continued LINCOLN HEAD The prices for the following are for uncirculated condition only 1909 V D B 20 1909 Plain 20 1909 S V D B 30 1909 S Plain 30 1910 25 1910 S 60 1911 30 1911 S 40 1911 D 40 1912 30 1912 S 60 1912 D 75 1913 30 1913 S 85 1913 D 1 00 1914 1 25 1914 S 1 75 1914 D 1 75 1915 1 00 1915 S 75 1915 D 75 1916 50 1916 S 60 1916 D 60 19


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    Coin Board News no. 26

    4/1/2013

    ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF UNITED STATES GOLD SILVER and COPPER COINS 1934 PUBLISHED BY colonial coin & stamp COMPANY NEW YORK N Y


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    Coin Board News no. 28

    10/1/2013

    d 36 with a partial set of coins having little value It would have brought more but most of the dates were added crudely in ballpoint pen below the openings Three other Oberwise boards in very nice condition brought strong prices O50Aj was bid up to 71 while OlO0Bi and new variety O250Ag realized 31 and 36 respectively Also of note was a 16 piece lot of boards which included a few nice colonial coin & stamp Company titles With the shipping it brought 360 which is over catalog value That s always a good sign for the market BCCE UPDATES Still more Oberwise varieties continue to surface each quarter Typically these are simply different combinations of known face and back printings and Indian Cent board Ol0Az is just such a variety The existing Lincoln Cent board Ol0Bu having mintages through 5


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    Coin Board News no. 32

    10/1/2014

    es There have been a handful of additional listings that included coins and these are usually priced too high for the value of the coins Unless the board itself is exceptional they will not sell DCCE LDDATES The only new board variety known to me since the last issue is 025 0Bx which is similar on its face to earlier varieties but with the x backing I do have a correction to CBN 31 The colonial coin & stamp Company board for commemorative half dollars having double thickness C5O0B2b is the variety known previously while the newly discovered variety C5O0B2a is of normal thickness Reader Chris Buck reported an error in my Oberwise catalog on page 187 the date span of OlO0Bt actually reads 1916 to DATE While I was confirming this I noticed that varieties O1O0B1 and OlO0Bn have no date span at a


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    Coin Board News no. 33

    1/1/2015

    ncoln Cents and Buffalo Nickels was simply laughable when offered at nearly 100 A few coin boards are still being offered as this is written but I won t comment on active listings other than to say that if coin boards were actually worth as much as sellers believe them to be I could retire CCCE LPDATCS An important variety has been identified for the rare First Edition Lincoln Cent board by colonial coin & stamp Company The existing variety described in my book C10B1 has no backing evidently as made and this is now revised to Cl0Bla The newly discovered variety has the familiar backing of clear cellophane and this has been cataloged as Cl0Blb The Oberwise catalog continues to grow with minor varieties New discoveries this quarter include Ol0Bt dates through 1940 mintages through 5 months an


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    Coin Board News no. 21

    1/1/2012

    ciate 1 believe that prices should be higher for VF NM and full NM examples but the sheer abundance of worn pieces precludes this Last year s price increases for the rare Y Edition boards have been vindicated and I ve been unable to locate additional ones for inventory First Edition Third Edition and X Edition Whitman boards remained essentially unchanged in both price and availability colonial coin & stamp Company A single minor new variety surfaced during 2011 but this publisher s catalog otherwise remains unchanged Prices remain mostly stable for the four varieties that were included in the Atlanta Floard a few years ago with just a handful of increases in the highest grades A few boards have sold recently in grades that had no previous market records and these have now been assigned valu


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    Coin Board News no. 12

    10/1/2009

    g apologized that she had been out of town and had left a family member to package them telling me that she would issue a refund and that I could just keep the boards I also bought at opening bid a very nice though common Whitman third edition board for Liberty Nickels Folks must have been napping on this one I heard from one lucky reader of this newsletter that he was the winner of a rare colonial coin & stamp Company first edition board for Indian Cents on eBay This one displays the company s original logo as depicted on page 1 19 of my book Featured in a lot with two very ordinary second edition Whitman boards this rare treat though not in pristine condition brought a strong price indicative of two or more knowledgeable bidders I thought about competing on this lot but didn t expecting that i


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    Coin Board News no. 13

    1/1/2010

    le to offer my customers Whitman boards are always the best sellers at least in terms of volume though the most common ones don t command much money except in the top grades These make for great eBay material and 1 suspect that quite a number of them are being filled with coins All Y Edition boards remain exceedingly rare and these will be the first to go up in value when times get better colonial coin & stamp Company 1 was able to make no significant purchases of this brand during 2009 and the small hoard of choice pieces 1 acquired a couple years ago is nearly exhausted This was limited to just three titles in any case and all other Colonial brand boards remain nearly unobtainable in grades higher than F VF 1 would dearly love to upgrade some of the pieces in my own collection Lincoln Printing


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    Coin Board News no. 17

    1/1/2011

    tions showed little price movement except in higher grades the First Fourth and Y Edition boards advanced dramatically across a broad range of grades The Y Edition has emerged as the rarest series of all and adding them to my inventory has been all but impossible Most varieties of the X Edition remain fairly common in grades Fine and lower though high grade examples are few and far between colonial coin & stamp Company The Atlanta Hoard of 2008 is now history and almost nothing of quality has surfaced since that time C50A2a remains the most readily available variety in nice condition and there is no change in value for this board alone All others are up across most grades Colonial boards for any series other than Lincoln Cents Shield Liberty Nickels and Barber Quarters all represented in the At


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    Coin Board News no. 18

    4/1/2011

    reh on my part I diseovered advertisements for this eoin dealer in The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine dating from the late 1930s It appears that this staek of Near Mint boards was remaindered stoek that never sold and somehow survived intaet for more than 70 years The only other highlight from this first quarter was my purehase and subsequent sale of two extremely rare publisher bound albums of colonial coin & stamp Company boards These were in the same style of brown leatherette binders illustrated on pages 118 and 126 of my book Both featured very elean boards but rather worn binders and Volume II was missing the two eommemorative half dollar boards it should have held These were evidently removed at some point as the boards are indeed removable with a bit of effort In addition to the pair in my own


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    Coin Board News no. 21

    1/1/2012

    ciate 1 believe that prices should be higher for VF NM and full NM examples but the sheer abundance of worn pieces precludes this Last year s price increases for the rare Y Edition boards have been vindicated and I ve been unable to locate additional ones for inventory First Edition Third Edition and X Edition Whitman boards remained essentially unchanged in both price and availability colonial coin & stamp Company A single minor new variety surfaced during 2011 but this publisher s catalog otherwise remains unchanged Prices remain mostly stable for the four varieties that were included in the Atlanta Floard a few years ago with just a handful of increases in the highest grades A few boards have sold recently in grades that had no previous market records and these have now been assigned valu


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    Coin Board News no. 25

    1/1/2013

    lisher is either Whitman s Second Edition for Liberty Flead Nickels or that company s X Edition board for Eincoln Cents Both are abundant and difficult to sell in grades lower than VF Several Second Edition boards however have gone up in value as their rarity becomes evident even in lower grades These are primarily the a b and c varieties which are almost never encountered for most titles colonial coin & stamp Company A nice assortment of this company s boards ran on eBay as a single lot for the entire year at a fixed price well above what they are worth and several offers by various individuals failed to secure them In the first week of January 2013 this lot finally sold for 375 which is full retail but a good buy for a collector It was more than I could pay for boards that 1 already had in my


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    Coin Board News no. 26

    4/1/2013

    L I N C OLN H E AD PE N N Y ooooooooo googoogoo goggooggo googoogoo gogooogoo googoogoo ogoggogoo ooogogooo ooooooooo Ccin Beard Mews fer Collectors of Antique Coin Eoards Number 20 Spring 2013 Special denial Ccin Stamp Company List The newest list of Ccin Lcards fer Sale 126 is another special edition this time highlighting my inventory of boards published by colonial coin & stamp Company of New York City This business was established by German immigrant Leiser Wolf Schnelling around 1931 His first coin boards appeared in 1935 with only J K Post s Kent Company boards predating them by a few months Colonial brand boards were a cut above Post s simple 25 cent items as they used transparent cellophane as a backing instead of opaque paper Colonial boards also featured


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    Coin Board News no. 26

    4/1/2013

    10 The colonial coin & stamp Co New York SMALL CENTS Continued LINCOLN HEAD The prices for the following are for uncirculated condition only 1909 V D B 20 1909 Plain 20 1909 S V D B 30 1909 S Plain 30 1910 25 1910 S 60 1911 30 1911 S 40 1911 D 40 1912 30 1912 S 60 1912 D 75 1913 30 1913 S 85 1913 D 1 00 1914 1 25 1914 S 1 75 1914 D 1 75 1915 1 00 1915 S 75 1915 D 75 1916 50 1916 S 60 1916 D 60 19


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    Coin Board News no. 26

    4/1/2013

    ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF UNITED STATES GOLD SILVER and COPPER COINS 1934 PUBLISHED BY colonial coin & stamp COMPANY NEW YORK N Y


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    Coin Board News no. 28

    10/1/2013

    d 36 with a partial set of coins having little value It would have brought more but most of the dates were added crudely in ballpoint pen below the openings Three other Oberwise boards in very nice condition brought strong prices O50Aj was bid up to 71 while OlO0Bi and new variety O250Ag realized 31 and 36 respectively Also of note was a 16 piece lot of boards which included a few nice colonial coin & stamp Company titles With the shipping it brought 360 which is over catalog value That s always a good sign for the market BCCE UPDATES Still more Oberwise varieties continue to surface each quarter Typically these are simply different combinations of known face and back printings and Indian Cent board Ol0Az is just such a variety The existing Lincoln Cent board Ol0Bu having mintages through 5


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    Coin Board News no. 32

    10/1/2014

    es There have been a handful of additional listings that included coins and these are usually priced too high for the value of the coins Unless the board itself is exceptional they will not sell DCCE LDDATES The only new board variety known to me since the last issue is 025 0Bx which is similar on its face to earlier varieties but with the x backing I do have a correction to CBN 31 The colonial coin & stamp Company board for commemorative half dollars having double thickness C5O0B2b is the variety known previously while the newly discovered variety C5O0B2a is of normal thickness Reader Chris Buck reported an error in my Oberwise catalog on page 187 the date span of OlO0Bt actually reads 1916 to DATE While I was confirming this I noticed that varieties O1O0B1 and OlO0Bn have no date span at a


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    Coin Board News no. 33

    1/1/2015

    ncoln Cents and Buffalo Nickels was simply laughable when offered at nearly 100 A few coin boards are still being offered as this is written but I won t comment on active listings other than to say that if coin boards were actually worth as much as sellers believe them to be I could retire CCCE LPDATCS An important variety has been identified for the rare First Edition Lincoln Cent board by colonial coin & stamp Company The existing variety described in my book C10B1 has no backing evidently as made and this is now revised to Cl0Bla The newly discovered variety has the familiar backing of clear cellophane and this has been cataloged as Cl0Blb The Oberwise catalog continues to grow with minor varieties New discoveries this quarter include Ol0Bt dates through 1940 mintages through 5 months an


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    Coin Board News (#44)

    9/18/2017 [Numismatics Coin Boards]

    Ccin Beard News Per Collectors of Antique Coin Eoards Number 44 Fall 2017 Kate SHOPPING TIME Fortune shined on my enterprise during the past few months and I m once again able to include a new list of coin boards for sale with this newsletter Quite a few nice colonial coin & stamp Company boards were acquired during the ANA Convention in Denver A couple of these have already been placed with want list customers including a very rare board for Commemorative Half Dollars Lange Variety C5O0B2a In the past I ve had duplicates of that title only within Publisher Bound binders and it was a rare treat to sell a single MAPRET ACTIVITY There were more than the usual number of


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    MORE ON HENRY AND WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN

    MORE ON HENRY AND WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN

    07/26/2009

    exican journal and was circulated in the U S in that way David Lange author of Collecting Boards of the 1930s and 1940s writes Bill Christensen frequently attended meetings of the New Jersey Numismatic Society in the 1990s It was more of a social thing for him by then and he wasn t too active numismatically I ll always remember that he sold me a unique coin board item a ringbound set of colonial coin & stamp Company boards The boards were in perfect condition aside from the three ring holes at each one s top and this set included one title I ve never seen outside of this set a board for commemorative halves This unique board is illustrated in my book To read the earlier E Sylum article see WILLIAM B CHRISTENSEN www coinbooks org esylum_v12n29a18 html


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