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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals

    1/1/1882

    804 IKDEX OF MINES Jumbo Ouray County Colorado Junction Boulder County Colorado Junction Sierra County California June Juab County Utah Juniata Alturas County Idaho Juniata Park County Colorado juniper Cochise County Arizona Juniper Lassen County California Juniper Mariposa County California Juniper Socorro County New Mexico Juno Juab County Utah Juno La Plata County Colorado Jupiter Calaveras County California Jupiter Mono County California Jupiter Pennington County Dakota Jura San Juan County Colorado Justice Cochise County Arizona J ustice Pima County Arizon


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals, 1880

    1/1/1880

    en and El Dorado Their production was 81 558 gold VENTURA COUNTY Although both placer and quartz veins are known to exist there is little done towards their development We have returns from only one mine of gold 354 making this the least productive county in this State LASSEN COUNTY The only mines which report production to us are those tributary to Hayden Hill Chief of these is the juniper owned by McFarland Cyrus Harvey Work on all the mines except the Golden Eagle and the Juniper is suspended for the present The Brush Hill Mill Company is building a new water wheel which is a 23 foot overshot It has increased its mining force and will soon be ready to mill from its own mine in which there is plenty of rich ore in sight The new mines opened this year are the Hew Hope


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals, 1880

    1/1/1880

    en and El Dorado Their production was 81 558 gold VENTURA COUNTY Although both placer and quartz veins are known to exist there is little done towards their development We have returns from only one mine of gold 354 making this the least productive county in this State LASSEN COUNTY The only mines which report production to us are those tributary to Hayden Hill Chief of these is the juniper owned by McFarland Cyrus Harvey Work on all the mines except the Golden Eagle and the Juniper is suspended for the present The Brush Hill Mill Company is building a new water wheel which is a 23 foot overshot It has increased its mining force and will soon be ready to mill from its own mine in which there is plenty of rich ore in sight The new mines opened this year are the Hew Hope


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    Mason's Coin Collector's Magazine and Coin Price Current, Vol. 13, No. 3

    12/1/1890

    er three cent pieces 35 cents 1877 Proof nickel three cent pieces 1 85 1856 Nickel cent proof 4 90 1856 Nickel cent uncd 4 75 Common half dollars 1808 up uncd each 70 cents 1816 dime good 50 cents Cents of 1794 95 97 1800 01 05 06 08 10 ll 13 23 and 57 good to fine 35 cents each Half cents all good mixed dates 5 00 per 100 Mason Co in juniper Street OOIIsrS SAAI_ E CENTS 1793 poor to good 80 50 to 84 00 1793 extra good to fine 6 00 to 10 00 1799 fair to good 8 00 to 15 00 1804 fair to good 4 00 to 6 00 1809 fair to good 0 50 to 1 50 1811 fair to good 0 25 to 0 75 1811 extra good to fine 0 85 to 1 75 1794 95 96 97 good each 0 50 1798 1802 03 fine each 0 35 1805 06 07 08 10 13 fair each 0 20 1814 fair to


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals, 1880

    1/1/1880

    en and El Dorado Their production was 81 558 gold VENTURA COUNTY Although both placer and quartz veins are known to exist there is little done towards their development We have returns from only one mine of gold 354 making this the least productive county in this State LASSEN COUNTY The only mines which report production to us are those tributary to Hayden Hill Chief of these is the juniper owned by McFarland Cyrus Harvey Work on all the mines except the Golden Eagle and the Juniper is suspended for the present The Brush Hill Mill Company is building a new water wheel which is a 23 foot overshot It has increased its mining force and will soon be ready to mill from its own mine in which there is plenty of rich ore in sight The new mines opened this year are the Hew Hope


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals, 1880

    1/1/1880

    en and El Dorado Their production was 81 558 gold VENTURA COUNTY Although both placer and quartz veins are known to exist there is little done towards their development We have returns from only one mine of gold 354 making this the least productive county in this State LASSEN COUNTY The only mines which report production to us are those tributary to Hayden Hill Chief of these is the juniper owned by McFarland Cyrus Harvey Work on all the mines except the Golden Eagle and the Juniper is suspended for the present The Brush Hill Mill Company is building a new water wheel which is a 23 foot overshot It has increased its mining force and will soon be ready to mill from its own mine in which there is plenty of rich ore in sight The new mines opened this year are the Hew Hope


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    Mason's Coin Collector's Magazine and Coin Price Current, Vol. 13, No. 3

    12/1/1890

    er three cent pieces 35 cents 1877 Proof nickel three cent pieces 1 85 1856 Nickel cent proof 4 90 1856 Nickel cent uncd 4 75 Common half dollars 1808 up uncd each 70 cents 1816 dime good 50 cents Cents of 1794 95 97 1800 01 05 06 08 10 ll 13 23 and 57 good to fine 35 cents each Half cents all good mixed dates 5 00 per 100 Mason Co in juniper Street OOIIsrS SAAI_ E CENTS 1793 poor to good 80 50 to 84 00 1793 extra good to fine 6 00 to 10 00 1799 fair to good 8 00 to 15 00 1804 fair to good 4 00 to 6 00 1809 fair to good 0 50 to 1 50 1811 fair to good 0 25 to 0 75 1811 extra good to fine 0 85 to 1 75 1794 95 96 97 good each 0 50 1798 1802 03 fine each 0 35 1805 06 07 08 10 13 fair each 0 20 1814 fair to


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals, 1880

    1/1/1880

    en and El Dorado Their production was 81 558 gold VENTURA COUNTY Although both placer and quartz veins are known to exist there is little done towards their development We have returns from only one mine of gold 354 making this the least productive county in this State LASSEN COUNTY The only mines which report production to us are those tributary to Hayden Hill Chief of these is the juniper owned by McFarland Cyrus Harvey Work on all the mines except the Golden Eagle and the Juniper is suspended for the present The Brush Hill Mill Company is building a new water wheel which is a 23 foot overshot It has increased its mining force and will soon be ready to mill from its own mine in which there is plenty of rich ore in sight The new mines opened this year are the Hew Hope


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals, 1880

    1/1/1880

    en and El Dorado Their production was 81 558 gold VENTURA COUNTY Although both placer and quartz veins are known to exist there is little done towards their development We have returns from only one mine of gold 354 making this the least productive county in this State LASSEN COUNTY The only mines which report production to us are those tributary to Hayden Hill Chief of these is the juniper owned by McFarland Cyrus Harvey Work on all the mines except the Golden Eagle and the Juniper is suspended for the present The Brush Hill Mill Company is building a new water wheel which is a 23 foot overshot It has increased its mining force and will soon be ready to mill from its own mine in which there is plenty of rich ore in sight The new mines opened this year are the Hew Hope


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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Upon the Production of Precious Metals, 1880

    1/1/1880

    en and El Dorado Their production was 81 558 gold VENTURA COUNTY Although both placer and quartz veins are known to exist there is little done towards their development We have returns from only one mine of gold 354 making this the least productive county in this State LASSEN COUNTY The only mines which report production to us are those tributary to Hayden Hill Chief of these is the juniper owned by McFarland Cyrus Harvey Work on all the mines except the Golden Eagle and the Juniper is suspended for the present The Brush Hill Mill Company is building a new water wheel which is a 23 foot overshot It has increased its mining force and will soon be ready to mill from its own mine in which there is plenty of rich ore in sight The new mines opened this year are the Hew Hope


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1866 Numismatics; Periodicals

    at all events as dear as I could At this moment I gained the open ground The moon white and brilliant lighted up the val ley and brought into strong relief the group of cork trees not far away now and which oh if I could but reach I believed I might yet escape I pulled out my revolver hardly abating my peed slipped the safety stop and made for a little Digitized by thicket of juniper some fifty yards in front for now the cruel yapping sounded closer and closer and it seemed as if hundreds of savage beasts were at nw heels if I could not stop them so as to gain a little time I must be torn to pieces in a minute Suddenly facing them as I reached the juniper and instinctively remembering the direction to fire low which you gave me y ou know Elliot I shot off each b


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1845)

    1/1/1845

    125 1845 SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY E Continued Articles enumerated Rates of duty Filberts Filtering stones F r ankincense Grapes Gamboge Hemlock Henbane Horn plates for lanterns Ox horns Homs and tips and others India rubber Ipecacuanha Ivory manufactured juniper berries Musk Nuts of all Idnds Olives Oil of juniper Paintings Drawings Ratans unmanufactured Reeds do Rhubarb Rottenstone Tamarinds Tortoise shell Tin foil Shellac Sponges Sago Free do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do dp do do do do do do do Lemons Limes Pineapples 1 Cocoan


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1845)

    1/1/1845

    1845 SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY E Continued 133 Articles enumerated Rates of duty Hides raw Hemlock Henbane Horn plates for lanterns i Ox horns i Horns other Oil Harlaem Hartshorn Hair unmanufactured Hair pencils Ipecacuanha Ivory unmanufactured Iris root juniper berries Oil of juniper Kelp Kermes Madder i Madder root Musk v Manna J Marrow Soap stocks stulFs Palm oil Mohair Mother of pearl i Needles Nux vomica Orris root Oil of almonds Opium Palm leaf 1 i Platina Peruvian bark i Pewter old fit only to be femanufactured


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    History of the First United States Mint: Its People and Its Operations

    /1924

    of affectionate regard to Adam Eckfeldt from his fellow officers of the U S Mint 1839 In the early days of the first Mint he often slept in it at night to protect and look after its interests particularly when an extra quantity of bullion was on hand His daughter Sarah used to carry his meals to him When the location of the second Mint was under discussion he recommended the location at juniper and Chestnut which was accepted He then lived at Juniper and Vine streets From the time of his resignation until his death February 5 1852 he kept up his attachment for the Mint and to him more than to any other man is due the credit for ideas and achievements that are now and always will be of interest to numismatists not the least of which is


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    The Casket

    /1831 Numismatics

    House Representatives December 23d 1828 On the 2d of March 1829 the measure received The sanction of the government 1 and a liberal 4 provi sion wvas made for its accomphshment b r Under this provision a lot was purchased with the approbation of the President fronting to wards the south on Chesnut street and towards the north on Penn Square 150 tee t and extend ing along juniper street 204 feet On this site on the 4tli of J uly 1829 was laid the corner stone of the Mint of the United States The building is of white marble from designs furnished by Mr Strickland It fronts on Ches nut street Penn Square and Juniper street Its dimensions are 123 feet on the fronts The flanks exclusive of the porticos 139 feet pro jection of the porticos each 27 feet wh


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    History of the First United States Mint: Its People and Its Operations

    /1924

    of affectionate regard to Adam Eckfeldt from his fellow officers of the U S Mint 1839 In the early days of the first Mint he often slept in it at night to protect and look after its interests particularly when an extra quantity of bullion was on hand His daughter Sarah used to carry his meals to him When the location of the second Mint was under discussion he recommended the location at juniper and Chestnut which was accepted He then lived at Juniper and Vine streets From the time of his resignation until his death February 5 1852 he kept up his attachment for the Mint and to him more than to any other man is due the credit for ideas and achievements that are now and always will be of interest to numismatists not the least of which is


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1845)

    1/1/1845

    125 1845 SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY E Continued Articles enumerated Rates of duty Filberts Filtering stones F r ankincense Grapes Gamboge Hemlock Henbane Horn plates for lanterns Ox horns Homs and tips and others India rubber Ipecacuanha Ivory manufactured juniper berries Musk Nuts of all Idnds Olives Oil of juniper Paintings Drawings Ratans unmanufactured Reeds do Rhubarb Rottenstone Tamarinds Tortoise shell Tin foil Shellac Sponges Sago Free do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do dp do do do do do do do Lemons Limes Pineapples 1 Cocoan


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1845)

    1/1/1845

    1845 SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY E Continued 133 Articles enumerated Rates of duty Hides raw Hemlock Henbane Horn plates for lanterns i Ox horns i Horns other Oil Harlaem Hartshorn Hair unmanufactured Hair pencils Ipecacuanha Ivory unmanufactured Iris root juniper berries Oil of juniper Kelp Kermes Madder i Madder root Musk v Manna J Marrow Soap stocks stulFs Palm oil Mohair Mother of pearl i Needles Nux vomica Orris root Oil of almonds Opium Palm leaf 1 i Platina Peruvian bark i Pewter old fit only to be femanufactured


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    Numismatic finds of the Americas : an inventory of American coin hoards, shipwrecks, single finds, and finds in excavations

    /2009

    Catalogue Fart I 179 Disposition Found by Eduardo Barison and Lieutenant Eugenio Arellano of the Chilean Navy in 1981 Given to a Chilean museum Bibliography Allen 1982 69 73 Hanscom 199 618 Second United States Mint Chestnut and juniper Streets Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA 1902 Type of find Foundation deposit Date of deposit July 4 1829 Contents 3 AR Description USA silver 54 1829 USA 104 1829 Coins from the cornerstone of the Second United States Mint Chestnut and Juniper Streets The identity of the third coin is not listed Bibliography Breen 1988 281 Breen 2982 Mint Cornerstone Found Numismatist 16


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    The picture of Philadelphia, giving an account of its origin, increase and improvements in arts, sciences, manufactures, commerce and revenue

    /1811

    which has been oiFered as an argument against their propagation in the city The number of squares originally was 184 but at present they amount to 252 Their dimensions are as follows From Delaware Front street to Second street 396 Feet Second to Third 500 Third to Fourth 375 Fourth to Fifth 401 Fifth to Sixth 398 Sixth to Thirteenth each square is 396 Thirteenth to juniper 250 Juniper to Broad 250 Broad to Third each 396 Third to Second 495 Second to Front 396


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    The Casket

    /1831 Numismatics

    House Representatives December 23d 1828 On the 2d of March 1829 the measure received The sanction of the government 1 and a liberal 4 provi sion wvas made for its accomphshment b r Under this provision a lot was purchased with the approbation of the President fronting to wards the south on Chesnut street and towards the north on Penn Square 150 tee t and extend ing along juniper street 204 feet On this site on the 4tli of J uly 1829 was laid the corner stone of the Mint of the United States The building is of white marble from designs furnished by Mr Strickland It fronts on Ches nut street Penn Square and Juniper street Its dimensions are 123 feet on the fronts The flanks exclusive of the porticos 139 feet pro jection of the porticos each 27 feet wh


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    MORE ON JOSEPH CLOUD OF THE PHILADELPHIA MINT

    MORE ON JOSEPH CLOUD OF THE PHILADELPHIA MINT

    01/11/2009

    ouse whom President Washington selected as first Director of the Mint Eckfeldt operated the screw press in 1794 when the Whisky Rebellion was foremost news of the day That pioneer Eckfeldt became Coiner and Die Forger the former position by appointment of President Madison and he continued in the place down to 1839 During that time the US Mint occupied its once notable home at Chestnut and juniper streets Eckfeldt selected that site His city home was at Vine and Juniper but it was he who bought the now famed Eckfeldt farm in Delaware County with it still standing farmhouse Adam s son Jacob got his place in the U S Mint when Jackson was President back in 1832 and was still there until President Grant occupied the White House in 1872 For seven years he and his still living son Jacob


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    AUGUSTUS SAINT-GAUDENS: THE RENAISSANCE OF AMERICAN COINAGE

    05/16/2010

    estination Education_ program and offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to study the life and work of Saint Gaudens in the beautiful New Hampshire setting where he created his work and made his home No artist embodied the optimism of the American Renaissance movement more than sculptor and numismatic designer Augustus Saint Gaudens 1848 1907 Students will spend three nights at the historic juniper Hill Inn and attend four 3 hour sessions scheduled over two days to study his work and influence on American art and coinage _Augustus Saint Gaudens The Renaissance of American Coinage_ is being held in conjunction with the American Numismatic Association_s 2010 World_s Fair of Money_ in Boston The cost is 1 595 per person and 2 390 per couple one queen bed The price is all inclusive tui


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    CONFERENCE REPORT: SAINT-GAUDENS: THE RENAISSANCE OF AMERICAN COINAGE

    08/29/2010

    the recent seminar on the life and work of artist and coin designer Augustus Saint Gaudens and he submitted this report for E Sylum readers Thanks Editor I attended the ANA s post convention seminar at the Saint Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish New Hampshire Despite a modest turnout it was a spectacular success Most of the participants convened late Sunday afternoon at the nearby juniper Hill Inn where we were treated to a tour of the house followed by a modest buffet dinner After that a number of us settled into the Presidential Suite for a post dinner drink and conversation For me it was a nice way to wind down after 11 long days working in Boston The next morning the museum s curator Dr Henry J Duffy treated us to a long tour of the site s buildings grounds and sc


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    NEW ENGLAND SHILLING COULD BE REAL

    03/24/2013

    E REAL http www coinbooks org esylum_v16n12a20 html Back to top Here s another one of those fishing for publicity stories about a supposedly very valuable coin being brought in for an appraisal The headline says it could be worth 400 000 Well I could be worth 300M if I hit the Powerball lottery Here s an excerpt Editor A man who brought an old coin to an appraisal fair at juniper Village last month walked away with an appraisal of 400 000 if the coin can be authenticated The appraisal fair was held on Feb 28 at Juniper Village at Chatham Assisted Living It was one of the facility 226 128 153 s frequent free community outreach programs said Executive Director Joann Malanga The appraiser was Doug Reeder an expert art and antique dealer from Warren Township


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    MORE ON JOSEPH CLOUD OF THE PHILADELPHIA MINT

    MORE ON JOSEPH CLOUD OF THE PHILADELPHIA MINT

    01/11/2009

    ouse whom President Washington selected as first Director of the Mint Eckfeldt operated the screw press in 1794 when the Whisky Rebellion was foremost news of the day That pioneer Eckfeldt became Coiner and Die Forger the former position by appointment of President Madison and he continued in the place down to 1839 During that time the US Mint occupied its once notable home at Chestnut and juniper streets Eckfeldt selected that site His city home was at Vine and Juniper but it was he who bought the now famed Eckfeldt farm in Delaware County with it still standing farmhouse Adam s son Jacob got his place in the U S Mint when Jackson was President back in 1832 and was still there until President Grant occupied the White House in 1872 For seven years he and his still living son Jacob


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    AUGUSTUS SAINT-GAUDENS: THE RENAISSANCE OF AMERICAN COINAGE

    05/16/2010

    ducation 148 program and offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to study the life and work of Saint Gaudens in the beautiful New Hampshire setting where he created his work and made his home No artist embodied the optimism of the American Renaissance movement more than sculptor and numismatic designer Augustus Saint Gaudens 1848 1907 Students will spend three nights at the historic juniper Hill Inn and attend four 3 hour sessions scheduled over two days to study his work and influence on American art and coinage 147 Augustus Saint Gaudens The Renaissance of American Coinage 148 is being held in conjunction with the American Numismatic Association 146 s 2010 World 146 s Fair of Money 174 in Boston The cost is 1 595 per person and 2 390 per couple one queen bed The


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    CONFERENCE REPORT: SAINT-GAUDENS: THE RENAISSANCE OF AMERICAN COINAGE

    08/29/2010

    cent seminar on the life and work of artist and coin designer Augustus Saint Gaudens and he submitted this report for E Sylum readers Thanks Editor I attended the ANA s post convention seminar at the Saint Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish New Hampshire Despite a modest turnout it was a spectacular success Most of the participants convened late Sunday afternoon at the nearby juniper Hill Inn where we were treated to a tour of the house followed by a modest buffet dinner After that a number of us settled into the Presidential Suite for a post dinner drink and conversation For me it was a nice way to wind down after 11 long days working in Boston The next morning the museum s curator Dr Henry J Duffy treated us to a long tour of the site s buildings grounds and


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. 99th Buy or Bid Sale



    nd dug up a number of colossal winged bull men lions genii and slabs covered with reliefs and inscriptions Some of these treasures were sent to England and are now the pride of the British museum others too heavy to be removed were reinterred to be unearthed again just over a century later by other British archaeologists Ashurnasirpal writes of his palace A palace of cedar cypress juniper boxwood mulberry pistachio wood and tamarisk for my royal dwelling and for my lordly pleasure for all time I founded therein Beasts of the mountains and of the seas of white limestone and alabaster I fashioned them and set them up in his gates Door leaves of cedar cypress juniper and mulberry i hung in the gates thereof and silver gold lead copper and iron the spoil of my hand from


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. 101st Buy or Bid Sale



    Spotty green and brown patina Moorey 87 14 Ing 550 721 Bronze Cast Socketed Spear Point Luristan c 1000 to 800 B C The socket is decorated with four raised rings Green Patina 10 3 4 Ing 550 722 Assyrian Limestone Relief with an inscription of Ashurnasirpal II c 884 to 859 B C From Kahlu Nimrud Translation Ashurnasirpal writes of his palace A palace of cedar cypress juniper boxwood mulberry pistachio wood and tamarisk for my royal dwelling and my lordly pleasure for all time I founded therein Beasts of the mountains and of the seas of white limestone and alabaster I fashioned them and set them up in gates Door leaves of cedar cypress juniper mulberry I hung in the gates thereof and silver gold lead copper and iron the spoil of my hand from the


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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection, Masterpieces of United States Coinage, Part V



    oof 1833 half cents one in this particularly early die state the other in a later clashed state Manley notes that a few examples are known with a perfect uncracked obverse and some with the obverse crack are found without clash marks e g Eliasberg 1 447 but most appear to be from the same die state as the earliest business strikes his state 1 0 The Second Philadelphia Mint located at juniper and Chestnut streets produced all half cents from 1833 until the curtain came down on the denomination in 1857 Construction began on the new structure in 1829 starting with a ceremony planting the cornerstone in the ground on July 4 of that year Beginning with a liberal provision made for its accomplishment from the Congress the new building was conceived as a temple of numisma in t


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    Mason's Coin Collector's Magazine and Coin Price Current, Vol. 13, No. 3

    12/1/1890

    copy of the Scientific A mcr ienn sent free Address MUNN COy Scientific American Offlee 261 Broadway New York AMERICAN Journal of Numismatics PRICE 2 00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE Address all communications to JEREMIAH COLBURN 18 Somerset St BOSTON mss Gold HARMS FOR SALE Half Dollar Size Quarter Per Dozen large small 7 Jo 0 00 0 00 MASON CO No Ill juniper STREET Pllll PIECES Without the u ord Cents For Sale Proofs 10 UncironlateJ 10 Circulated Discount by Tiiis 100 MASON CO Nr Ill lUNll Eli SrUEET PHIL 4 FOREIGN COINS FOR SALE 100 Assorted Oood Condition 100 Fine 100 English Tokens Fine Coins dated 1 500 to 1700 ejxcli MAfeON CO No Ill Juniper iftroci Pliila r 0 G 10 00 1


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. 99th Buy or Bid Sale



    nd dug up a number of colossal winged bull men lions genii and slabs covered with reliefs and inscriptions Some of these treasures were sent to England and are now the pride of the British museum others too heavy to be removed were reinterred to be unearthed again just over a century later by other British archaeologists Ashurnasirpal writes of his palace A palace of cedar cypress juniper boxwood mulberry pistachio wood and tamarisk for my royal dwelling and for my lordly pleasure for all time I founded therein Beasts of the mountains and of the seas of white limestone and alabaster I fashioned them and set them up in his gates Door leaves of cedar cypress juniper and mulberry i hung in the gates thereof and silver gold lead copper and iron the spoil of my hand from


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. 101st Buy or Bid Sale



    Spotty green and brown patina Moorey 87 14 Ing 550 721 Bronze Cast Socketed Spear Point Luristan c 1000 to 800 B C The socket is decorated with four raised rings Green Patina 10 3 4 Ing 550 722 Assyrian Limestone Relief with an inscription of Ashurnasirpal II c 884 to 859 B C From Kahlu Nimrud Translation Ashurnasirpal writes of his palace A palace of cedar cypress juniper boxwood mulberry pistachio wood and tamarisk for my royal dwelling and my lordly pleasure for all time I founded therein Beasts of the mountains and of the seas of white limestone and alabaster I fashioned them and set them up in gates Door leaves of cedar cypress juniper mulberry I hung in the gates thereof and silver gold lead copper and iron the spoil of my hand from the


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    History of the First United States Mint: Its People and Its Operations

    /1924

    of affectionate regard to Adam Eckfeldt from his fellow officers of the U S Mint 1839 In the early days of the first Mint he often slept in it at night to protect and look after its interests particularly when an extra quantity of bullion was on hand His daughter Sarah used to carry his meals to him When the location of the second Mint was under discussion he recommended the location at juniper and Chestnut which was accepted He then lived at Juniper and Vine streets From the time of his resignation until his death February 5 1852 he kept up his attachment for the Mint and to him more than to any other man is due the credit for ideas and achievements that are now and always will be of interest to numismatists not the least of which is


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1845)

    1/1/1845

    125 1845 SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY E Continued Articles enumerated Rates of duty Filberts Filtering stones F r ankincense Grapes Gamboge Hemlock Henbane Horn plates for lanterns Ox horns Homs and tips and others India rubber Ipecacuanha Ivory manufactured juniper berries Musk Nuts of all Idnds Olives Oil of juniper Paintings Drawings Ratans unmanufactured Reeds do Rhubarb Rottenstone Tamarinds Tortoise shell Tin foil Shellac Sponges Sago Free do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do dp do do do do do do do Lemons Limes Pineapples 1 Cocoan


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1845)

    1/1/1845

    1845 SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY E Continued 133 Articles enumerated Rates of duty Hides raw Hemlock Henbane Horn plates for lanterns i Ox horns i Horns other Oil Harlaem Hartshorn Hair unmanufactured Hair pencils Ipecacuanha Ivory unmanufactured Iris root juniper berries Oil of juniper Kelp Kermes Madder i Madder root Musk v Manna J Marrow Soap stocks stulFs Palm oil Mohair Mother of pearl i Needles Nux vomica Orris root Oil of almonds Opium Palm leaf 1 i Platina Peruvian bark i Pewter old fit only to be femanufactured


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1858)

    1/1/1858

    400 REPORT ON THE FINANCES LIST OF LIGHT HOUSES OP No State aad name of light Place on which the light is situated Latitude Longitude Deg min sec Deg min sec MASSAOHUSETTS Continued 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 Parmet Harbor EHODE ISr AND N ewpovt Watch Hit Point Judith IGoat Island Dutch Island Warwick Neck VERMONT juniper Island Nayat Point Block Island 2 lightsj Poplar Point CONNECTICUT New London Eauiknev s Island Lynde Point Stonington jOn N side of said Harbor southerly end of Salt Worksi Tower of Truro On south Point of Conanicut island called Beaver Tail On Watch Point SB of Ston ington about 2 miles On southeast point of Narra gansett shore between and nearly in a range with Bea v


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1858)

    1/1/1858

    an de Fuca 48 11 45 123 07 30 1 Be 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 NKW YORK AND VERMONT Whitehall Nar rows Opposite Chapman dock South of Snoddy s dock Steam Mill Point Head of Two Chan nels Maple Bend Lower end of Two Channels Opposite Beider s wharf Above Pulpit point j Lower end of Four t Channels and Narrows Crciwn Point g Split Rock juniper Island Burlington beacons Cumberland Head Point au Roche I Isle au Motte Windmill Point fOedensburg I I Cross over Island Sunken Rock i Kock Island I idbett s Point 4 miles from Whitehall Dres 1 den New York 1 mile rom No I north West Huron Vt I mile north of No 2 Dres 1 den New York 1 mile north of NO 3 Dres 1 den New York J mile north of No 4 Dres 1


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    The picture of Philadelphia, giving an account of its origin, increase and improvements in arts, sciences, manufactures, commerce and revenue

    /1811

    which has been oiFered as an argument against their propagation in the city The number of squares originally was 184 but at present they amount to 252 Their dimensions are as follows From Delaware Front street to Second street 396 Feet Second to Third 500 Third to Fourth 375 Fourth to Fifth 401 Fifth to Sixth 398 Sixth to Thirteenth each square is 396 Thirteenth to juniper 250 Juniper to Broad 250 Broad to Third each 396 Third to Second 495 Second to Front 396


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    American Numismatic Periodicals 1860-1960, Book I: An Illustrated Collectors Guide

    /1860 Numismatic Literature

    3y 4 DECEMBER 1890 n MASONS COIN No 3 VOL XIII AND COIN PRICE CURRENT PRICE 25 CENTS Mason s Annual Coin Priced Catalogue 25 Cents PUBLISHED BY MASON CO Coin Drains ll m juniper STREET PHILAD A PA 1890 Title Mason s Coin Collectors Magazine Subtitle And Com Price Current Address 111 Juniper St State Philadelphia PA Publisher A R Mason Co Editor E Locke Mason Format Size First Issue Dec 1890 Last Issue Unknown Total Issue Unknown 1890 4


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    The D. Brent Pogue Collection, Masterpieces of United States Coinage, Part V



    oof 1833 half cents one in this particularly early die state the other in a later clashed state Manley notes that a few examples are known with a perfect uncracked obverse and some with the obverse crack are found without clash marks e g Eliasberg 1 447 but most appear to be from the same die state as the earliest business strikes his state 1 0 The Second Philadelphia Mint located at juniper and Chestnut streets produced all half cents from 1833 until the curtain came down on the denomination in 1857 Construction began on the new structure in 1829 starting with a ceremony planting the cornerstone in the ground on July 4 of that year Beginning with a liberal provision made for its accomplishment from the Congress the new building was conceived as a temple of numisma in t


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    Numismatic finds of the Americas : an inventory of American coin hoards, shipwrecks, single finds, and finds in excavations

    /2009

    Catalogue Fart I 179 Disposition Found by Eduardo Barison and Lieutenant Eugenio Arellano of the Chilean Navy in 1981 Given to a Chilean museum Bibliography Allen 1982 69 73 Hanscom 199 618 Second United States Mint Chestnut and juniper Streets Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA 1902 Type of find Foundation deposit Date of deposit July 4 1829 Contents 3 AR Description USA silver 54 1829 USA 104 1829 Coins from the cornerstone of the Second United States Mint Chestnut and Juniper Streets The identity of the third coin is not listed Bibliography Breen 1988 281 Breen 2982 Mint Cornerstone Found Numismatist 16


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    The Casket

    /1831 Numismatics

    House Representatives December 23d 1828 On the 2d of March 1829 the measure received The sanction of the government 1 and a liberal 4 provi sion wvas made for its accomphshment b r Under this provision a lot was purchased with the approbation of the President fronting to wards the south on Chesnut street and towards the north on Penn Square 150 tee t and extend ing along juniper street 204 feet On this site on the 4tli of J uly 1829 was laid the corner stone of the Mint of the United States The building is of white marble from designs furnished by Mr Strickland It fronts on Ches nut street Penn Square and Juniper street Its dimensions are 123 feet on the fronts The flanks exclusive of the porticos 139 feet pro jection of the porticos each 27 feet wh


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    Harmer Rooke Galleries presents mail bid auction XXVII. [07/01/1987]



    All 10 H 175 00 65 00 341 Radams Cure Variant Embossed Lungus Destroyer instead of Fungus Destroyer Wm Radams Microbe Killer Cures All Diseases picture of Man beating Skeleton Approximately 25 of the original label square shape golden amber sparkling mint 1 0 V 2 H Ca 1890 1900 A scarce variant and beautiful example 150 00 75 00 342 Louisville Cure Bottle Embossed juniper Berry Gin A Diuretic Cures Kidney Trouble Juniper Berry Gin Bottled By Quinine Whiskey Co Louisville Ky Square aqua green 10 H sparkling mint Ca 1880 1890 Very rare 225 00 85 00 343 Cure Bottle Lot Four bottles including Brightshane The Great Kidney and Liver Cure amber square 8 H extremely near mint A Grafts Distemper and Cough Cure rectangular amber 6 mint


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    Eighth catalogue of rare coins of silver & gold, etc., medals, tokens, paper money, odd & curious money of the world, rare Aztec feather money, ... numismatic literature, ... to be sold by mail auction to the highest bidder ... [12/12/1933]



    16 S C Dupondius F 502 222 244 Gordianus Pius III B to rt Rx Fortune S C Sestertius F 503 189 212 Geta Draped bust Rx Victory seated S C Sestertius Rare Victor Fr to G 504 37 68 Nero the Terrible B to rt Rx Stdg Fig S C Dupondius G 505 76 138 Hadrian B to rt Rx Cappadocia Standing Sestertius F 506 76 138 Hadrian B to rt Rx juniper seated Dupondius F 507 173 238 Maximinus I B to rt Rx Health God s Dupondius G 508 250 305 Maximinus B to rt Rx Hercules Victor Follis V Rare V Fine 509 232 282 Probus B to rt thick Assarius V F 510 274 337 Constantinus The Great Rx Fig Std V 2 Follis V F 2 pcs 511 274 337 Constantius The Great B to rt Rx Sun God V 2 Follis struck before


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    The Asylum, April-June 2010

    4/1/2010

    34 Joel J Owsz government and a liberal provision was made for its accomplishment Under this provision a lot was purchased with the approbation of the President fronting towards the south on Chesnut street and towards the north on Penn Square 150 feet and extending along juniper street 204 feet On this site on the 4th of July 1829 was laid the corner stone of the Mint of the United States The building is of white marble from designs furnished by Mr Strick land It fronts on Chesnut street Penn Square and Juniper street Its dimensions are 123 feet on the fronts The flanks exclusive of the porticos 139 feet projection of the porticos each 27 feet whole fl


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    Mason's Coin Collector's Magazine and Coin Price Current, Vol. 13, No. 3

    12/1/1890

    copy of the Scientific A mcr ienn sent free Address MUNN COy Scientific American Offlee 261 Broadway New York AMERICAN Journal of Numismatics PRICE 2 00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE Address all communications to JEREMIAH COLBURN 18 Somerset St BOSTON mss Gold HARMS FOR SALE Half Dollar Size Quarter Per Dozen large small 7 Jo 0 00 0 00 MASON CO No Ill juniper STREET Pllll PIECES Without the u ord Cents For Sale Proofs 10 UncironlateJ 10 Circulated Discount by Tiiis 100 MASON CO Nr Ill lUNll Eli SrUEET PHIL 4 FOREIGN COINS FOR SALE 100 Assorted Oood Condition 100 Fine 100 English Tokens Fine Coins dated 1 500 to 1700 ejxcli MAfeON CO No Ill Juniper iftroci Pliila r 0 G 10 00 1


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    Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. 99th Buy or Bid Sale



    nd dug up a number of colossal winged bull men lions genii and slabs covered with reliefs and inscriptions Some of these treasures were sent to England and are now the pride of the British museum others too heavy to be removed were reinterred to be unearthed again just over a century later by other British archaeologists Ashurnasirpal writes of his palace A palace of cedar cypress juniper boxwood mulberry pistachio wood and tamarisk for my royal dwelling and for my lordly pleasure for all time I founded therein Beasts of the mountains and of the seas of white limestone and alabaster I fashioned them and set them up in his gates Door leaves of cedar cypress juniper and mulberry i hung in the gates thereof and silver gold lead copper and iron the spoil of my hand from


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