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    NEW BOOK: ABEL BUELL AND THE CONNECTICUT AND FUGIO COINAGES

    07/19/2015

    ee then this is a book that will be devoured from cover to cover 226 128 157 Jeff Rock Numismatic Dealer Christopher McDowell is a lifelong numismatist and recognized expert in the area of colonial coinage with an emphasis on Connecticut coppers He has written several award winning articles on numismatic topics and this current work grew from Chris 226 128 153 interest in the connecticut mint and the man who designed and struck America 226 128 153 s first official coins A graduate of Marshall University and West Virginia University College of Law Chris served as an officer in the U S Army Judge Advocate General 226 128 153 s Corps and was stationed in Korea Germany Bosnia and Kansas Chris practices law in Cincinnati Ohio where he lives with his wife Annah and thre


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    The Las Colinas sale, featuring coins from over 200 different consignors ... [09/12-13/1981]



    t Columbia MINT STATE 65 Original 1304 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Prooflike Deep mirror reverse 1305 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 67 Prooflike The surfaces are free of bothersome marks and are beautifully toned The obverse displays blue green and purple The reverse is blue green and pur ple fading to golden red in the center A coin that must be seen to be fully appreciated 1306 1935 connecticut mint STATE 65 1307 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Light golden toning 1308 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Lustrous 1309 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Attractively toned 1310 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 131 1 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Natural golden toning 1312 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1313 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 Even golden toning 1314 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65


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    The Las Colinas sale, featuring coins from over 200 different consignors ... [09/12-13/1981]



    t Columbia MINT STATE 65 Original 1304 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Prooflike Deep mirror reverse 1305 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 67 Prooflike The surfaces are free of bothersome marks and are beautifully toned The obverse displays blue green and purple The reverse is blue green and pur ple fading to golden red in the center A coin that must be seen to be fully appreciated 1306 1935 connecticut mint STATE 65 1307 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Light golden toning 1308 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Lustrous 1309 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Attractively toned 1310 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 131 1 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Natural golden toning 1312 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1313 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 Even golden toning 1314 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65


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    THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER AUGUST 2017

    08/13/2017

    THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER AUGUST 2017 http www coinbooks org v20 esylum_v20n33a04 html Christopher McDowell is the editor of The Colonial Newsletter He kindly sent this preview of the new issue Thanks Editor Issue 164 of the Colonial Newsletter will be delivered to subscribers in August This issue is very large and contains the first half of the 1787 connecticut mint transcripts this document is actually Mark Leavenworth s daily ledger book Randy Clark and I along with teams of assistants have transcribed all of the entries for 1787 which is the period when Mark Leavenworth maintained an ownership interest in the Connecticut mint The ledger reveals among other interesting discoveries that blanks for Connecticut coppers were processed at a mill in Ham


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    The Wallace Ralston Sale, featuring coins from over 130 different consignors ... [05/30/1983]-[06/01/1983]



    36 S Columbia MINT STATE 65 2320 1936 S Columbia MINT STATE 67 Superb Similarly toned to the last on this the reverse is more intense The buyer of the last lot will no doubt want to put down a solid bid on this fantastic coin see color photo 2321 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 2322 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Nicely toned 2323 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Nicely toned 2324 1935 connecticut mint STATE 63 2325 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 2326 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 2327 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 2328 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 67 Superb Free of the usual small nicks 2329 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 A Gem with splashes of deep gold and auburn toning 2330 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 2331 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 Light ice blue toning A Gem 2332 1936


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    The C4 Newsletter, Winter 2010

    12/1/2010

    C4 Newsletter More relevant to this Federal copper discussion another record appears on September 13 1788 transferring 24 284 lbs of raw copper from the Federal mint account to the connecticut mint account A note accompanies the entry To Connecticut Mint for the above 24 284 lb copper taken from the Federal Mint made into Coppers for the account of Connecticut Mint being a part of which is included in the whole quantity the Federal Mint has for by the General Account of Copper which must now go to the credit of the Connecticut Mint reduces the quantity delivered the work by the Feder


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    The Wallace Ralston Sale, featuring coins from over 130 different consignors ... [05/30/1983]-[06/01/1983]



    36 S Columbia MINT STATE 65 2320 1936 S Columbia MINT STATE 67 Superb Similarly toned to the last on this the reverse is more intense The buyer of the last lot will no doubt want to put down a solid bid on this fantastic coin see color photo 2321 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 2322 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Nicely toned 2323 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Nicely toned 2324 1935 connecticut mint STATE 63 2325 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 2326 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 2327 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 2328 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 67 Superb Free of the usual small nicks 2329 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 A Gem with splashes of deep gold and auburn toning 2330 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 2331 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 Light ice blue toning A Gem 2332 1936


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    Kagin's 339th Sale: The Baltimore Sale



    this nice Total 3 pieces See color photo 860 1936 Columbia Mint State 63 65 Lustrous with a few light marks on the obverse 861 1936 D Columbia Mint State 63 65 SELECT A lightly toned attractive example of this date 862 1893 Columbian Mint State 65 65 Good cartwheel lustre on both sides accented by a hint of light amber toning The fields are particularly free of any marks 863 1935 connecticut mint State 65 65 OUTSTANDING An extremely beautiful example of this date exhibiting lustrous surfaces accented by light violet red amber and green toning on the obverse A scarce and difficult date this nice See color photo 864 1935 Connecticut Mint State 65 65 This is another origina example exhibiting slightly more subdued mint lustre accentec by light peripheral original toning Another pl


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    Kagin's 339th Sale: The Baltimore Sale



    this nice Total 3 pieces See color photo 860 1936 Columbia Mint State 63 65 Lustrous with a few light marks on the obverse 861 1936 D Columbia Mint State 63 65 SELECT A lightly toned attractive example of this date 862 1893 Columbian Mint State 65 65 Good cartwheel lustre on both sides accented by a hint of light amber toning The fields are particularly free of any marks 863 1935 connecticut mint State 65 65 OUTSTANDING An extremely beautiful example of this date exhibiting lustrous surfaces accented by light violet red amber and green toning on the obverse A scarce and difficult date this nice See color photo 864 1935 Connecticut Mint State 65 65 This is another origina example exhibiting slightly more subdued mint lustre accentec by light peripheral original toning Another pl


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    Kagin's 339th Sale: The Baltimore Sale



    this nice Total 3 pieces See color photo 860 1936 Columbia Mint State 63 65 Lustrous with a few light marks on the obverse 861 1936 D Columbia Mint State 63 65 SELECT A lightly toned attractive example of this date 862 1893 Columbian Mint State 65 65 Good cartwheel lustre on both sides accented by a hint of light amber toning The fields are particularly free of any marks 863 1935 connecticut mint State 65 65 OUTSTANDING An extremely beautiful example of this date exhibiting lustrous surfaces accented by light violet red amber and green toning on the obverse A scarce and difficult date this nice See color photo 864 1935 Connecticut Mint State 65 65 This is another origina example exhibiting slightly more subdued mint lustre accentec by light peripheral original toning Another pl


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    The Samuel Aaron sale, featuring coins from over 150 different consignors ... [04/09-10/1982]



    65 Lustrous and scarce as a single Mintage of 8 007 1630 1936 Columbia PDS Set MINT STATE 65 The Philadelphia issue is spotted 1631 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Attractive multicolored ton ing covers lustrous surfaces 1632 1893 Columbian MINT STATE 67 Semiprooflike with attrac tive rainbow color Nearly on par with the specimen in our September 81 Las Colinas Sale at 575 1633 1935 connecticut mint STATE 63 1634 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 1635 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Light toning covers virtual ly flawless surfaces A totally original jewel 1636 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Original toning drapes vir tually flawless surfaces 1637 1938 Delaware MINT STATE 63 1638 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 60 1639 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 65 1640 1936 Gettysburg MINT STATE 63 1641 19


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    The Charmont sale, in association with the San Diego Coin Show, featuring coins from over 200 different consignors ... [08/11-14/1983]



    t MINT STATE 65 The Denver and San Francisco coins are deep gold the Philadelphia coin is dusky lilac 754 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 At tractively toned particularly on the obverse 755 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Superb iridescent toning 756 1893 Columbian MINT STATE 65 757 1893 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Superb iridescent toning 758 1893 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Toned 759 1935 connecticut mint STATE 63 760 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 761 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Delicate orange lilac toning 762 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 763 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 63 Few obverse marks the reverse is of Gem quality 764 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 765 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 Superb iridescent toning on both the obverse and reverse An original Gem 766 1936 Delaware MI


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    Kagin's 339th Sale: The Baltimore Sale



    this nice Total 3 pieces See color photo 860 1936 Columbia Mint State 63 65 Lustrous with a few light marks on the obverse 861 1936 D Columbia Mint State 63 65 SELECT A lightly toned attractive example of this date 862 1893 Columbian Mint State 65 65 Good cartwheel lustre on both sides accented by a hint of light amber toning The fields are particularly free of any marks 863 1935 connecticut mint State 65 65 OUTSTANDING An extremely beautiful example of this date exhibiting lustrous surfaces accented by light violet red amber and green toning on the obverse A scarce and difficult date this nice See color photo 864 1935 Connecticut Mint State 65 65 This is another origina example exhibiting slightly more subdued mint lustre accentec by light peripheral original toning Another pl


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    The Samuel Aaron sale, featuring coins from over 150 different consignors ... [04/09-10/1982]



    65 Lustrous and scarce as a single Mintage of 8 007 1630 1936 Columbia PDS Set MINT STATE 65 The Philadelphia issue is spotted 1631 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Attractive multicolored ton ing covers lustrous surfaces 1632 1893 Columbian MINT STATE 67 Semiprooflike with attrac tive rainbow color Nearly on par with the specimen in our September 81 Las Colinas Sale at 575 1633 1935 connecticut mint STATE 63 1634 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 1635 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Light toning covers virtual ly flawless surfaces A totally original jewel 1636 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Original toning drapes vir tually flawless surfaces 1637 1938 Delaware MINT STATE 63 1638 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 60 1639 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 65 1640 1936 Gettysburg MINT STATE 63 1641 19


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    The Charmont sale, in association with the San Diego Coin Show, featuring coins from over 200 different consignors ... [08/11-14/1983]



    t MINT STATE 65 The Denver and San Francisco coins are deep gold the Philadelphia coin is dusky lilac 754 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 At tractively toned particularly on the obverse 755 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Superb iridescent toning 756 1893 Columbian MINT STATE 65 757 1893 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Superb iridescent toning 758 1893 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Toned 759 1935 connecticut mint STATE 63 760 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 761 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Delicate orange lilac toning 762 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 763 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 63 Few obverse marks the reverse is of Gem quality 764 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 765 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 Superb iridescent toning on both the obverse and reverse An original Gem 766 1936 Delaware MI


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    The C4 Newsletter: Winter 2016

    12/1/2016

    inages produced by the states during the U S Confederation period and also investigates a variety of other sgecie Last September numismatic literature expert David Fanning listed his top 10 numismatic publications of the 20th century The Colonial Newsletter ranked 1st among journals and 5th in overall publications The next issue of CNL will feature a typed transcript of the original 1788 connecticut mint Ledger Book this recently discovered handwritten document is sure to be studied for generations as it provides first hand insight into the inner workings of the Connecticut Mint at a time when Fugio coppers were being produced under contract with the federal government Later this year CNL will publish typed transcripts of the 1787 Connecticut Mint Day Book and other important original document


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    The C4 Newsletter: Spring 2017

    3/1/2017

    t then one could determine how profitable the business venture was In the September 1 3 1 788 profit and loss statement there is a reference to 2 162 total in profit valued at 18 s being reduced to 1 622 due to devaluation at 25 s that may imply what the consortium claims to have profited from the endeavor More work is needed here J BP Account Book Reallocation of Federal Copper to the connecticut mint Page 82 This accounting of raw copper moved from federal usage to state usage is an interesting supplement to the age old lore that Fugio copper stock was used to make Connecticut coppers The ledger adjusts the Copper Works account for copper stock by reducing its inventory by 24 284 lbs valued at 1 214 4 0 using 1 shilling per lb of copper and transferring that inventory taken from


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 49

    7/1/1977

    July 1977 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 591 John H Hickcox s OBSERVATIONS on the connecticut mint RF 59 The following paragraph is extracted from John H Hickcox s book An Historical Account of American Coinage published in 1858 In April 1786 James Jarvis became a partner lie having purchased the interest of Edwards and Ship man and a part of that of Mr Ingersol The com pany soon met with an obstacle in not being able to command a supply of stock and for want of this insuflieiene


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 49

    7/1/1977

    July 1977 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 591 John H Hickcox s OBSERVATIONS on the connecticut mint RF 59 The following paragraph is extracted from John H Hickcox s book An Historical Account of American Coinage published in 1858 In April 1786 James Jarvis became a partner lie having purchased the interest of Edwards and Ship man and a part of that of Mr Ingersol The com pany soon met with an obstacle in not being able to command a supply of stock and for want of this insuflieiene


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    Walter H. Breen Correspondence, File 1, 1951-1956

    /1951 Numismatics Correspondence Imitation coins Fugio cents

    I Page 2 November 9 I9 h Mr Walter Breen New York I able to obtain a photostat of the report on the connecticut mint and I huve been thinking a long time about the statement therein contained that the company ceased operations on June 1 1787 I have almost reached the conclusion that 3ince Jarvis owned over half of the rights in the Connecticut Mint at that time that he took over the old mint for Fugios and it is entirely possible that for the balance of the year and the early part of 1788 when Jarvis was prod


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 49

    7/1/1977

    July 1977 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 591 John H Hickcox s OBSERVATIONS on the connecticut mint RF 59 The following paragraph is extracted from John H Hickcox s book An Historical Account of American Coinage published in 1858 In April 1786 James Jarvis became a partner lie having purchased the interest of Edwards and Ship man and a part of that of Mr Ingersol The com pany soon met with an obstacle in not being able to command a supply of stock and for want of this insuflieiene


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    Walter H. Breen Correspondence, File 1, 1951-1956

    /1951 Numismatics Correspondence Imitation coins Fugio cents

    I Page 2 November 9 I9 h Mr Walter Breen New York I able to obtain a photostat of the report on the connecticut mint and I huve been thinking a long time about the statement therein contained that the company ceased operations on June 1 1787 I have almost reached the conclusion that 3ince Jarvis owned over half of the rights in the Connecticut Mint at that time that he took over the old mint for Fugios and it is entirely possible that for the balance of the year and the early part of 1788 when Jarvis was prod


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    The Thomas L. Moore sale, featuring coins from over 180 different consignors ... [12/14-15/1980]



    E 65 1461 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 Original 1462 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 A nicely ton ed original set 1463 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 1464 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 1465 1892 Columbian P ROOF 60 Broad rims and mirror sur faces attest the proof status but harsh cleaning drastically reduces the value of this scarce piece 1466 1935 connecticut mint STATE 63 1467 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 1468 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 1469 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1470 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1471 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 67 1472 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 67 Superb Light golden ton ing upon satiny surfaces 1473 1936 Gettysburg MINT STATE 63 The color plate for Trade Dollars Quarter Eagles is located on page 41


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    The ANA building fund sale, featuring coins from over 150 different consignors ... [12/13-14/1981]



    MINT STATE 63 1207 1936 Cleveland MINT STATE 67 Superb Eyecatching golden toning 1208 1936 Columbia MINT STATE 65 1209 1936 S Columbia MINT STATE 67 Superb 1210 1936 PDS Set Columbia MINT STATE 63 1211 1936 PDS Set Columbia MINT STATE 65 Fully brilliant and well matched 1212 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 60 Prooflike 1213 1893 Columbian MINT STATE 63 Peripheral toning 1214 1935 connecticut mint STATE 65 1215 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Fully struck 1216 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 1217 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1218 1936 Delaware MI NT STATE 65 1219 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1220 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1221 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 63 1222 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 65 1223 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 65 The color plate for Peace Dollars 1224 1936 Elgin MINT STAT


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 49

    7/1/1977

    July 1977 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 591 John H Hickcox s OBSERVATIONS on the connecticut mint RF 59 The following paragraph is extracted from John H Hickcox s book An Historical Account of American Coinage published in 1858 In April 1786 James Jarvis became a partner lie having purchased the interest of Edwards and Ship man and a part of that of Mr Ingersol The com pany soon met with an obstacle in not being able to command a supply of stock and for want of this insuflieiene


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    The 1980 American Numismatic Association auction, featuring coins from over 338 different consignors ... [08/18-21/1980]



    g 2694 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 2695 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 Significant ly from the Cincinnati Art Museum Sale Stacks June 1977 Original golden toning 2696 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 2697 1936 Columbia PDS Set MINT STATE 65 2698 1936 S Columbia MINT STATE 65 see color photo 2699 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 65 Beautifully toned 2700 1935 connecticut mint STATE 63 see color photo 2701 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Original light ton ing Virtually superb 2702 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 2703 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 65 see color photo 2704 1936 Gettysburg MINT STATE 65 see color photo 2705 1928 Hawaii MINT STATE 68 One of the finest Hawaiian Halves in existence none could be significantly finer Fully struck entirely lustro


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    The Thomas L. Moore sale, featuring coins from over 180 different consignors ... [12/14-15/1980]



    E 65 1461 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 Original 1462 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 A nicely ton ed original set 1463 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 1464 1936 Cincinnati PDS Set MINT STATE 65 1465 1892 Columbian P ROOF 60 Broad rims and mirror sur faces attest the proof status but harsh cleaning drastically reduces the value of this scarce piece 1466 1935 connecticut mint STATE 63 1467 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 1468 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 1469 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1470 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1471 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 67 1472 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 67 Superb Light golden ton ing upon satiny surfaces 1473 1936 Gettysburg MINT STATE 63 The color plate for Trade Dollars Quarter Eagles is located on page 41


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    The ANA building fund sale, featuring coins from over 150 different consignors ... [12/13-14/1981]



    MINT STATE 63 1207 1936 Cleveland MINT STATE 67 Superb Eyecatching golden toning 1208 1936 Columbia MINT STATE 65 1209 1936 S Columbia MINT STATE 67 Superb 1210 1936 PDS Set Columbia MINT STATE 63 1211 1936 PDS Set Columbia MINT STATE 65 Fully brilliant and well matched 1212 1892 Columbian MINT STATE 60 Prooflike 1213 1893 Columbian MINT STATE 63 Peripheral toning 1214 1935 connecticut mint STATE 65 1215 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 Fully struck 1216 1935 Connecticut MINT STATE 65 1217 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1218 1936 Delaware MI NT STATE 65 1219 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1220 1936 Delaware MINT STATE 65 1221 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 63 1222 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 65 1223 1936 Elgin MINT STATE 65 The color plate for Peace Dollars 1224 1936 Elgin MINT STAT


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    The C4 Newsletter: Spring 2017

    3/1/2017

    10 numismatic publications of the 20th century The Colonial Newsletter ranked 1st among journals and 5th in overall publications The April 2017 issue of CNL will feature a typed transcript of the original 1788 Connecticut and Federal Mint Account Book this recently discovered handwritten document will be studied for generations as it provides first hand insight into the inner workings of the connecticut mint at a time when Fugio coppers were being produced under contract with the federal government Later this year CNL will publish transcripts of the 1787 Connecticut Mint records and other important original documents pertaining to the mint The April issue will also feature an article by Mark Sportack on Hogge money that brings to light new information on this coinage an article by Gary Trudgen th


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    Walter H. Breen Correspondence, File 1, 1951-1956

    /1951 Numismatics Correspondence Imitation coins Fugio cents

    I Page 2 November 9 I9 h Mr Walter Breen New York I able to obtain a photostat of the report on the connecticut mint and I huve been thinking a long time about the statement therein contained that the company ceased operations on June 1 1787 I have almost reached the conclusion that 3ince Jarvis owned over half of the rights in the Connecticut Mint at that time that he took over the old mint for Fugios and it is entirely possible that for the balance of the year and the early part of 1788 when Jarvis was prod


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    Cumulative Index to Penny-Wise, Vol. 1-20

    11/15/1984

    X 153 Hess Paula photo XIX 157 Hess Terry photo Hesslein William III 139 Biographical vignette XVIII 249 New variety of cent claimed Hettger Henry T Some further thoughts on ANA 85 XX 34 IX 285 Hibernia coppers XV 169 Hibernia coppers XVIII 320 Higgins John E advt VI 261 Higley copper electrotype VII 29 Hill H L letter to editor X 223 Hillhouse James Biographical vignette XX 271 connecticut mint X 99 Query X 146 Query XV 198 Hilt Robert P Die varieties of early United States coins book XIII 240 Hines Henry Biographical data XIII 240 Hines Henry cent collection IV 43 Hines Henry Clay Biographical vignette V 74 Hines Henry Clay reminiscences of XV 266 Hipps Ed photo VI 66 Hoard of coins description 1 IV 38 136 Hoard definition Hobson Burton Coin collecting for beginne


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    Cumulative Index to Penny-Wise, Vol. 1-20

    11/15/1984

    X 153 Hess Paula photo XIX 157 Hess Terry photo Hesslein William III 139 Biographical vignette XVIII 249 New variety of cent claimed Hettger Henry T Some further thoughts on ANA 85 XX 34 IX 285 Hibernia coppers XV 169 Hibernia coppers XVIII 320 Higgins John E advt VI 261 Higley copper electrotype VII 29 Hill H L letter to editor X 223 Hillhouse James Biographical vignette XX 271 connecticut mint X 99 Query X 146 Query XV 198 Hilt Robert P Die varieties of early United States coins book XIII 240 Hines Henry Biographical data XIII 240 Hines Henry cent collection IV 43 Hines Henry Clay Biographical vignette V 74 Hines Henry Clay reminiscences of XV 266 Hipps Ed photo VI 66 Hoard of coins description 1 IV 38 136 Hoard definition Hobson Burton Coin collecting for beginne


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    Robert Vlack Correspondence, 1960-1995

    /1960 Numismatics Correspondence Colonial currency Publishing Counterfeits

    Dear Bob As you have requested I am enclosing Watch of Woods pieces which I sent you As to the new reverse which you have discovered for the Kuttonhead Connecticut piece I have not seen it in the News Letter Is it coming out or did I miss something Phe question of whether this is a Ha chin 1 s Kills product or not is pure speculation I think all Connecticut pieces must be construed to be connecticut mint pieces unless they are tied in to known Machin s production Obviously others than Buell made dies for the Connecticut Mint As far a a the Woods book is concerned this is a matter which you must determine I do not knew its scope other than the die varieties I believe it needs some new historical material to make it commercially saleable If it is a labor of love then you should have it publ


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    NEWMAN PORTAL ADDS CONNECTICUT MINT ACCOUNT BOOKS

    12/18/2016

    NEWMAN PORTAL ADDS connecticut mint ACCOUNT BOOKS http www coinbooks org esylum_v19n51a04 html The latest additions to the Newman Numismatic Portal are Connecticut Copper Mint Account books from the New Haven Museum Randy Clark provided the following report Thanks Editor It is rare in American colonial numismatics for original mint documents to survive the centuries and when they are found it provides tremendous excitem


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    Cumulative Index to Penny-Wise, Vol. 1-20

    11/15/1984

    X 153 Hess Paula photo XIX 157 Hess Terry photo Hesslein William III 139 Biographical vignette XVIII 249 New variety of cent claimed Hettger Henry T Some further thoughts on ANA 85 XX 34 IX 285 Hibernia coppers XV 169 Hibernia coppers XVIII 320 Higgins John E advt VI 261 Higley copper electrotype VII 29 Hill H L letter to editor X 223 Hillhouse James Biographical vignette XX 271 connecticut mint X 99 Query X 146 Query XV 198 Hilt Robert P Die varieties of early United States coins book XIII 240 Hines Henry Biographical data XIII 240 Hines Henry cent collection IV 43 Hines Henry Clay Biographical vignette V 74 Hines Henry Clay reminiscences of XV 266 Hipps Ed photo VI 66 Hoard of coins description 1 IV 38 136 Hoard definition Hobson Burton Coin collecting for beginne


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    Robert Vlack Correspondence, 1960-1995

    /1960 Numismatics Correspondence Colonial currency Publishing Counterfeits

    Dear Bob As you have requested I am enclosing Watch of Woods pieces which I sent you As to the new reverse which you have discovered for the Kuttonhead Connecticut piece I have not seen it in the News Letter Is it coming out or did I miss something Phe question of whether this is a Ha chin 1 s Kills product or not is pure speculation I think all Connecticut pieces must be construed to be connecticut mint pieces unless they are tied in to known Machin s production Obviously others than Buell made dies for the Connecticut Mint As far a a the Woods book is concerned this is a matter which you must determine I do not knew its scope other than the die varieties I believe it needs some new historical material to make it commercially saleable If it is a labor of love then you should have it publ


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    The Numismatist, Vol. 26 (1913)

    /1913

    rculation during the years 1 785 1786 1787 and 1 7 88 as money was confined to but a few individ uals In one reference to this coinage it is stated that the New York cents Non Vi Virtute 1786 Immunis Columbia 1787 Liber Natus Liber tatem and the George Clinton Cent 1787 all appeared to have been made from dies engraved by James F Atlee who at one time was connected with the connecticut mint and later with the Vermont and Machim Mints In one account it was stated that the Connecticut Mint was rented to a man named Major Eli Leavenworth and others known as Leavenworth Co and that there were made at this establishment in New Haven planchets or blanks which were struck in New York City with dies belonging to Leaven worth Co or those who minted for them in New York City It i


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    LECTURE: ABEL BUELL AND THE CONNECTICUT MINT

    11/26/2017

    LECTURE ABEL BUELL AND THE connecticut mint http www coinbooks org v20 esylum_v20n49a12 html 1785 Connecticut copper minted from dies engraved by Abel Buell Colonial Newsletter editor Christopher R McDowell writes I will be giving a free talk on Abel Buell and the Connecticut mint at the New Haven Museum in New Haven Connecticut on December 7 2017 at 6 00pm The New Haven Museum houses the Connecticut account ledgers the re


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    LECTURE: ABEL BUELL AND THE CONNECTICUT MINT

    11/26/2017

    LECTURE ABEL BUELL AND THE connecticut mint http www coinbooks org v20 esylum_v20n49a12 html 1785 Connecticut copper minted from dies engraved by Abel Buell Colonial Newsletter editor Christopher R McDowell writes I will be giving a free talk on Abel Buell and the Connecticut mint at the New Haven Museum in New Haven Connecticut on December 7 2017 at 6 00pm The New Haven Museum houses the Connecticut account ledgers the re


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    The C4 Newsletter, Winter 2010

    12/1/2010

    There are no account entries prior to February 1788 the time period Jarvis is said to have received Federal copper stock But information is present showing how concurrent minting of Federal and Connecticut copper was handled confirming Federal copper stock was received Credit and debit entries were assigned account numbers to allow tracking For instance the Federal mint was account 34 The connecticut mint was account 33 The General Account of Copper was account 32 See Figure 1 for an account page sample Raw material was held in the General Account of Copper and transferred to a mint for production After completion the finished coins were transferred back to the General Accormt for shipment For instance a record appears on September 13 1788 transferring 979 lbs of locally purchased old


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    The Numismatist, Vol. 26 (1913)

    /1913

    rculation during the years 1 785 1786 1787 and 1 7 88 as money was confined to but a few individ uals In one reference to this coinage it is stated that the New York cents Non Vi Virtute 1786 Immunis Columbia 1787 Liber Natus Liber tatem and the George Clinton Cent 1787 all appeared to have been made from dies engraved by James F Atlee who at one time was connected with the connecticut mint and later with the Vermont and Machim Mints In one account it was stated that the Connecticut Mint was rented to a man named Major Eli Leavenworth and others known as Leavenworth Co and that there were made at this establishment in New Haven planchets or blanks which were struck in New York City with dies belonging to Leaven worth Co or those who minted for them in New York City It i


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 125

    4/1/2004

    standard deviation in the average 42 This broad range of standard deviation is a statistical affirmation of the observation that these coppers varied a great deal one from another in their individual weights all due to the lack of precision in adjustment of the primitive iron rollers used to prepare the planchet stock Even under the best conditions available to Abel Buell at the authorized connecticut mint the weights of his legal coppers varied among themselves by an average of 8 2 For example the average weights of his 1785 and 1786 Mailed Bust issues ranged from 124 1 to 146 5 grains 1 35 3 1 1 2 just barely achieving the legal standard of 1 44 0 grains The Draped Bust Left issues of 1 786 and 1 787 and the 1 787 Mailed Bust Left varieties on the average exceeded or were only a fra


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    Cumulative Index to Penny-Wise, Vol. 1-20

    11/15/1984

    X 153 Hess Paula photo XIX 157 Hess Terry photo Hesslein William III 139 Biographical vignette XVIII 249 New variety of cent claimed Hettger Henry T Some further thoughts on ANA 85 XX 34 IX 285 Hibernia coppers XV 169 Hibernia coppers XVIII 320 Higgins John E advt VI 261 Higley copper electrotype VII 29 Hill H L letter to editor X 223 Hillhouse James Biographical vignette XX 271 connecticut mint X 99 Query X 146 Query XV 198 Hilt Robert P Die varieties of early United States coins book XIII 240 Hines Henry Biographical data XIII 240 Hines Henry cent collection IV 43 Hines Henry Clay Biographical vignette V 74 Hines Henry Clay reminiscences of XV 266 Hipps Ed photo VI 66 Hoard of coins description 1 IV 38 136 Hoard definition Hobson Burton Coin collecting for beginne


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    Robert Vlack Correspondence, 1960-1995

    /1960 Numismatics Correspondence Colonial currency Publishing Counterfeits

    Dear Bob As you have requested I am enclosing Watch of Woods pieces which I sent you As to the new reverse which you have discovered for the Kuttonhead Connecticut piece I have not seen it in the News Letter Is it coming out or did I miss something Phe question of whether this is a Ha chin 1 s Kills product or not is pure speculation I think all Connecticut pieces must be construed to be connecticut mint pieces unless they are tied in to known Machin s production Obviously others than Buell made dies for the Connecticut Mint As far a a the Woods book is concerned this is a matter which you must determine I do not knew its scope other than the die varieties I believe it needs some new historical material to make it commercially saleable If it is a labor of love then you should have it publ


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    The C4 Newsletter: Winter 2015

    12/1/2015

    rinted May 1781 date on the lower certificate and the close linkage with the the present War or a Cessation of Hostilities between Great Britain and these United States This type of certificate had been in use often during the war years and apparently found use in the years afterwards as well As an aside Ralph Isaacs daughter Grace married New Haven s Jonathan Ingersoll an important connecticut mint financier The Ingersoll s were a colorful couple but that is another story for another time It s fun to see pieces of history go by which were handled by players directly or indirectly associated with Connecticut mint history 33


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 60

    6/1/1981

    7 in 1787 with Harmon the sole patentee of the Vermont mint also that William Buel the son of Abel Buel one of the patentees of the connecticut mint removed from New Haven to Vermont taking with him the dies used by his father and that he went into the business of coin ing with Mr Harmon in Rupert It also appears that after the mint at New Haven ceased working in 1787 Major Eli Uavenworth One of the patentees had blank coppers sent to New York to be stamped probably to the Atlee and Mackin hardware factory Before proceeding to esta


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 71

    10/1/1985

    t that it is much more reasonable to propose that the Club Ray Fugios were manufactured by Benjamin Buell following his father s departure to Europe during the period from April 7th 1789 when the James Wadsworth Daniel Holbrook Committee inspected the New Haven Mint and June 20th 1789 when operations were stopped by order of the Connecticut Assembly Abel Buell entrusted the operation of the connecticut mint to son Benjamin as the Committee report states and it is reasonabie to suppose that he wouid have aiso entrusted the care of his toois as weii among which would almost certainly have been


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 71

    10/1/1985

    October 1985 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 924 Fuglo working hubs from which Benjamin could have inexpertly attempted to manufacture Fuglo working dies damaging an obverse working hub in the process Benjamin would have had some ten weeks for operation at the New Haven connecticut mint following the Committee Inspection during which time he could have produced whatever he desired That planchets were available is evidenced by the Committee s statement that Benjamin has Just begun stamping coins After June 20th 1789 It would have been Illegal for Benjamin Buell to continue manufacturing Connecticut Coppers but production of Fugios would have been of no concern to the State


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 71

    10/1/1985

    translation of Miiier die types in greater depth in a future article it is mentioned here only to illustrate the existence of a common diesinking problem between the Club Ray Fugios and a particular group of Connecticut Coppers a fact that i believe is important in supporting the proposition that the manufacture of the Club Ray Fugio dies and their striking took place in the latter days of the connecticut mint and not at Machin s Miiis J C Spilman


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