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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 129

    1/12/2005

    Gabriel Lewyn. Evidence of Lewynsigns on some 1 776 bills, namely the incorporation of the initials “GL.”'*'' If Lewyn were,

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 15

    goldsmith Gabriel Lewyner cuts are signed by him with his initials ‘GL’. There is no detailed research about Lewyn work on the plates he cut. Lewyn’s prolific period

    A topical index to the John J. Ford, Jr. series of auction catalogs (2003-2013) is at:

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    The 52 Collection, Art & Security on American Paper Currencies

    from plates engraved by Gabriel Lewyn, Baltimore. Uniface. Squirrel eats nut lower left, ornate title top. Elaborate border cut left. This is not the rarest type among the 56 denominations and

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    Money of Pre-Federal America: Coinage of the Americas Conference Proceedings No. 7

    /1992

    Gabriel Lewyn of Baltimore, forgot for the moment that he was supposed to be cutting from right to left and was supposed to place the number and the letter in revers- ed order, even though he did

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    Money of Pre-Federal America: Coinage of the Americas Conference Proceedings No. 7

    /1992

    Uniformity of a denomination is desirable but Gabriel Lewyn, the Baltimore engraver, must have looked upon his assignment as an artistic challenge. His best known note is the $7. 50 denomination with

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    America's Money, America's Story

    /2008

    So did Gabriel Lewyn and Thomas Sparrow of Maryland. And a South Carolina artist named Thomas Coram, who was not making much money on canvas, would turn to copper plates and make a good deal more, for

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    America's Money, America's Story

    /2008

    208 Lewyn, Gabriel, 44 Lexington Green, 38 Libertas Americana medal, 67 Liberty Bell, 201 Liebler, T.A., 150 Liliuokalani, queen of Hawaii, 165 Lima, 8, 33, 76 Lincoln Memorial, 173, 200 Lincoln,

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    The Early Paper Money of America

    /2008

    Charles NY 1734-37 Lewyn, Gabriel NC 1776 Loudon, Samuel NY 1776, 1786 Mandeville & Co. NY 1790 Mandeville & Westcott NY 1790 Massey, Joseph SC 1703, 1723; NY 1790 Maverick, Peter, R. NY 1786, 1788,

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 17

    from engraved copper plates ordered from and crafted by Baltimore silver and goldsmith Gabriel Lewyn. Some of the denomination’s border cuts are signed by him with his initials ‘GL’. These are 56

    A topical index to the John J. Ford, Jr. series of auction catalogs (2003-2013) is at:

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