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    United States Gold, Silver and Copper Coins, Early American and Canadian Coppers, U.S. Paper Money: Featuring Selections From The Hubert Remick Collection



    Brand Collection 291 British Militia Montreal uniform button copper 28 4mm shank removed Very Fine some light pitting McLachlan notes that these circulated as halfpenny equivalents Quite rare and very seldom seen 292 16th Regiment of Foot uniform button brass 27 8mm no shank Nearly Very Fine By Smith Kemp Wright of Birmingham The 16th Bedfordshire served in Florida 1767 1782 nova scotia 1790 1857 in Canada and 1861 1870 in Canada Bermuda and Nova Scotia It was allied with the Prince Albert Volunteers a Canadian Imperial regiment 293 North West Territories Maple Creek Commercial Hotel Good For One Drink Breton 931 Very Choice Uncirculated bright yellow with reflective fields These were issued by J H Fleming whose earlier Good For token misspelled his initials


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    Catalogue of a collection of United States and foreign postage, dispatch, revenue, license and telegraph stamps. [11/06/1889]



    60 FOREIGN REVENUE STAMPS 1178 nova scotia lp pair unsevered top and bottom used 2 pcs 1179 Nova Scotia lp unused 1180 Nova Scotia 1 3p on white paper poor used 2 ps 1181 Nova Scotia lp torn mended 3 6p used 2 pcs 1182 Nova Scotia 3p white paper 6p 3p pair unsevered used 4 pcs 1183 Nova Scotia 3p light blue 3p black blue on dark blue paper 3p pair unsevered at sides used 4 pcs 1184 Nova Scoti


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    Coin Collector's Journal, vol. 4

    1/1/1879

    24 The Coin Collector s Journal February nova scotia When the colonial inhabitants of what are now the New England States found their safety and liberties imperilled last century by the presence and power of the French occupants of the territory lying north of them they proceeded to take share with their mother country in at tacking France As the final result of a lengthened struggle what is now Nova Scotia but which was then called Acadia


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 124

    12/1/2003

    December 2003 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 2570 remained loyal The British command at Halifax could easily have led an armed strike to the Kennebec Riverto make that the future southern boundary of nova scotia ratherthan the St Croix River There was even a proposal to establish that occupied area within the District of Maine to be called New Ireland a buffer zone between the two countries and a refuge for displaced Loyalists The idea was dropped and instead Nova Scotia was selected as a new home for the American Tories 174 The only other hostile action to take place on Nova Scotia soil were ra


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    Catalogue of a collection of Roman and English silver and copper coins and tokens, and select silver and bronze medals : comprising the cabinet of James Oliver. [06/03/1868]

    NNP-AUC-BAN50-073

    COLONIAL COPPER COINS 87 1416 nova scotia Pennies George IV and Victoria 1824 32 43 Four pieces 1417 Nova Scotia Halfpennies 1823 24 32 40 4 i Six pieces 1418 Nova Scotia Penny and Halfpenny 1856 Mayflower One Cent 1861 Half Cent 1861 64 Five pieces 1419 Nova Scotia Ilosterman k Etter Halifax Two pieces 1420 Nova Scotia White Halifax and Black Halifax Three pieces 1421 Nova Scotia Garritt Al


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 89]

    /1914

    THE BANKERS MAGAZINE 691 and difficulties Yet a review of its liistory discloses many interesting epi sodes that occurred many perils that were safely overcome and many diffi culties that were solved The Bank of nova scotia is the third oldest of the existing chartered hanks the Bank of Montreal founded in 1817 being the senior and the Quebec Bank estab lished in 1818 the second There was also another existing institution in 1882 the Halifax Banking Company inaugurated in 1825 as a private cor poration and not incorporated until 1872 and finally absorbed by the Bank of Commerce in 1903 It was this ins


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 124

    12/1/2003

    December 2003 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 2569 opposition in nova scotia to the tea tax has been exaggerated 166 Although there were divergent loyalties among the population these transplanted New Englanders in the outer settlements wished to remain neutral and made it clear they would not bear arms in any fratricidal strife against their kinfolk unless invaded Parallels have been drawn between the neutrality of these Yankees and the Acadians where both groups w


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 11]

    /1857

    02 Foreign Commercial Sinfi ficn S1l Digitized by BRITISH COLONIES N orth America 1 nova scotia and Cape Breton 2 New Bruns wick 3 Prince Edward s Island 4 Vancouver 5 Newfoundland Aggregate population 2 503 666 area 455 493 square miles Province of Nova Scotia 43 20 and 47 5 N latitude and 59 38 and 66 20 W longitude area 18 746 square miles length about 240 miles and breadth 50 to 104 miles The Province of Nova Scotia comprises the peninsula of Nova


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    The Numismatist, April 1961

    4/1/1961 ANA Numismatist

    Halifax Club Issues Decimal Centenary Medal To further the rich numismatic history of nova scotia and in par ticular the introduction of decimal coinage in 1861 the Halifax Coin Club has issued a commemorative medal A committee was appointed in Oc tober 1959 and a number of sketches were prepared by Chairman A M MacDonald and presented to the com mittee The Royal Mint London Eng land consented to carry out the en graving and striking of the medal In March 1960 a design was


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    Articles Useful in Identifying Tokens and Medals: A Guide to the English Language Literature

    8/1/1983 Numismatics; Periodicals; Tokens; Medals

    s of Newfoundland NUM 1930 pp 69 72 Reprinted in Hoch 1974 pp 47 50 Parker C E A A Checklist of Elk s Bar Tokens of Manitoba Newfoundland and Ontario CT 1978 pp 39 40 Parsons W D Newfound Medals NCIRC 1966 pp 37 38 Northwest Territories Stewart Donald M Numismatics of the Northwest Territories CT March 1979 Supplement Also in CNJ 1979 pp 306 310 1983 pp 76 79 nova scotia Bell Geoffrey G Preliminary Listing of Nova Scotia Trade Tokens TCNRS 1980 pp 102 107 Courteau Eugene G Addendum to the Coins and Tokens of Nova Scotia NUM 1922 pp 67 68 MacDonald A M A Preliminary List of Nova Scotia Tokens TCNRS 1967 pp 67 71 MacLachlan Robert W Annals of the Nova Scotia Currency Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 1892 Stephens Jack A List o


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    Harper's Weekly

    /1891 Numismatics; Periodicals

    even a wooden trip There L seemingly no end to the collars the hook the eyes thu slings what out that Ire must make ami at the Last when a 1000 ton ship is nearing completion front six lo nine men will Is em ployed about III forge Here too i a i me where thcakill of Hue mechanic bIiow Itself in the vise of heavy tool lo make fine work for the fitting done by some of then nova scotia bLaeksuiilhv look marvellous in tin eve of the novice It is uli I be more notice able in Nova tkutla from the fact that U is all hand work few if any such aid to hu man muscle as steam trip bummers halt ma chines etc which uni conunuu in Malm strip yard can lie found Ibtire Tfaie Jog ou which tluc spur maker sets to work ano for the most pan cut lu the woods where the rest of l


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    Catalogue of New-York State Library: 1856

    /1857 Numismatics Coins

    ches of Lord Corn wallis Camden Guilford Northeastern Boundary See U S Maps of Boundary North Sea The North Sea with the Cattegat From the Chart of Be Verdun Be Borda and Pingre made public in 1777 by order of Louis XVI and now enlarged by L S Be La Rochette London Faden 1796 1 f Maps vol 5 North Troy Map of the City of North Troy Messiers lithog N Y Maps vol 15 nova scotia A New Map of Nova Scotia and Cape Britain with the adjacent parts of New England and Canada London Thomas Jeffe rys 1755 1 f Maps vol 1 Map of Nova Scotia or Acadia with the Islands of Cape Breton and St John s From actual surveys by Capt Montresor 1768 Sold by A Bury 4 f Maps vol 10 A New Map of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton island with the adjacent parts of New Englan


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    CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTION OF FOREIGN AND AMERICAN COINS OF H.S. SNOW, ESQ., NORTH BERWICK, MAINE.



    21 too 122 123 k 124 125 CANADIAN COMMUNION TOKENS Canada West Orillia 1855 Burning bush Very fine Leroux 721 Canada West Stratford 1858 Very fine Leroux 723 New Brunswick Bay Side Card token New Brunswick Black River Bridge Uncirculated Same as Leroux 907 New Brunswick Red Bank Fine Leroux 1255 New Brunswick Shemoguie Burning bush Very fine Same as Leroux 905 nova scotia Dartmouth Very good Leroux 457 Nova Scotia Halifax Burning bush Very good Obv Same as Leroux 463 h R this do etc Nova Scotia Halifax Poplar Grove Church Scratched Very fine Leroux 461 Nova Scotia Londonderry the Presbyterian church Londonderry 1844 R this do etc Not in Leroux V ery fine Nova Scotia Newport Very fine Leroux 463 j Nova Scotia Springside Very f


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 89]

    /1914

    iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiuii The Bank of nova scotia Metropolitan Bank Absorbed by the Third Oldest Bank in Canada Which Now Becomes Fourth in Size with Assets of 94 000 000 B Y the merging of the Metropolitan circulation amounted to 7 443 825 and Bunk with the Bank of Nova loans 62 426 348 Scotia a banking organization These compare with six other lead which now ranks fourth among the ing Canadian banks as follows Bank of Montreal Canadia


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    N.O.W. News, Winter 1992

    12/1/1992

    9 CANADA 125 Peter Phillips WNWA PART POUR OF POUR nova scotia NEW SCOTLAND The name literally entails the character of the province From St Ann s Gaelic College the only school of its kind in North America to brightly tartaned pipers Nova Scotia is never far away sea enhance the visual spell that recalls NOVA SCOTIA the edge of the coin NOVA SCOTIA appears around the left edge of the coin NOUVELLE ECOSSE appears just left of center and continues aro


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 124

    12/1/2003

    r as CNL editor when Jim Spilman retired a position Phil held until two years ago Currently he is serving CNL as contributing editor Study of the monetary history of mainland Brit ish North America would be misleading if only those colonies which form the nucleus of present day United States were studied There fore in this issue Phil writes about the Money of the 14 th Colony or that of nova scotia After publication of his book he states that he be came acutely aware that within his book he hadn t done justice to the monetary history of the 1 4 lh Colony Thus the reason he undertook this current work But there is another reason and it is a personal one Phil s original Mossman ancestors immigrated to Nova Scotia in the eighteenth century another subject of great interest to him the


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1849 (vol. 20)

    1/1/1849 Economics

    United States and the British Provinces 587 liam Alexander who called it nova scotia or New Scotland It was then con sidered by the English as a part of Cabot s discovery of Terra Nava but the first settlers were French emigrants who arrived there in 1604 with Monsieur Des Monts who called the country Acadia or New France After a series of changes from the dominion of France to that of England and so vice versa Acadia or Nova Scotia reverted to the British crown in 17


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    Catalogue : one hundred and thirty-eighth public auction sale. [09/19/1930]

    NNP-AUC-HES70-047

    4 718 Canadian Sous FinetoEx f 10 pcs 719 1852 1854 1857 BkofUpper Canada penny l z penny Unc 6 pcs 724 Brock 1816 varieties Ex f 6 pcs 728 Commercial Change Upper Canada 1821 barrel V g holed Rare 732 Province of Upper Canada 1832 J4 penny Fine Sc 858 859 860 British Colonies 4 ID 1 0c 5c size Ex f lot 3 pcs 864 1858 Canada dime Ex f Sc 867 2 var 869 870 871 6 var nova scotia penny Vi penny Ab t Ex f 9 pcs 873 1840 1874 1840 3 2 var 875 876 Nova Scotia ID 8c D Y finetoEx f 7 pcs 881 882 883 884 885 Nova Scotia Fine Better lot some scarce 5 pcs 887 Genuine British copper 1815 V g Rare 886 888 889 890 891 2 var Nova Scotia FinetoEx f some scarce 6 pcs 892 893 Nova Scotia Fine better latter sc 2 pcs 895 Nova Scotia New Brunswick success


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

    1/1/1898

    PRECIOUS METALS IN THE UNITED STATES 187 Table showing the Gold Product of nova scotia 1862 1898 GENERAL ANNUAL STATEMENT From the Report of the Department of Mines Nova Scotia for 1898 p 74 Year Gold extracted 1862 Ozs divt gr 7 275 0 0 14 001 14 17 20 022 18 13 1882 1863 1883 1864 1884 1865 25 454 4 8 1885 1866 25j 204 13 2 27 314 11 11 1886 1867 1887 1868 20j 541 0 10 17 868 0 19 19 866 5 5 19 227 7 4 13 094 17 6 1888 1869 1889 1870 1890


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    Mail bid sale catalogue : Canada : coins, tokens, currency. [05/29/1959]



    merce 1901 VF 20 00 5 Bank of Commerce 1907 F 15 00 5 Bank of Commerce 1912 Abt F 12 50 5 Bank of Commerce 1917 VF Folds 10 00 10 Bank of Commerce 1917 VF 15 00 5 Bank of Montreal 1923 XF 15 00 10 Bank of Montreal 1923 VF 18 00 20 Bank of Montreal 1923 VF 30 00 50 Bank of Montreal 1923 VF 70 00 5 Royal Bank 1927 VF Folds 10 00 5 Royal Bank 1933 F 8 50 5 nova scotia 1908 F 15 00 5__Nova Scotia 1918 F 10 00 5 Nova Scotia 1929 Unc 15 00 10 Nova Scotia 1903 F 17 00 10 Nova Scotia 1919 XF 20 00 10 Nova Scotia 1924 F 17 00 10 Nova Scotia 1929 Abt F 14 00 1409 5 British North America 1886 VF 75 00


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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 18 - 20

    7/1/1883

    uary CANADIAN NUMISMATICS PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK Continued from Vol xviii no i CCCLXXXIX Obv As the last but the initials are wanting Rev NEW BRUNSWICK HALF PENNY CURRENCY Ship aS the last This coinage was struck by Ralph Heaton Sons and in execution is equal to any produced by them CCCXC Obv Same as CCCLXI Rev As CCCLXI but the word new Brunswick takes the place of nova scotia Bronze Size 25 m C Issue 1 000 000 The design of this cent is exactly like the cent issued the same year for Nova Scotia there must have been some arrangement between the two governments CCCXCI Obv As CCCLXI Rev As CCCLXI I but the word new Brunswick is substituted for nova SCOTIA Bronze Size 20 m R 5 There is no mention in the mint records of an issue of half cents for New Bruns


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    Catalogue : one hundred and twenty-seventh public auction sale. [06/22/1928]

    NNP-AUC-HES70-036

    there is a small hole at the top of this piece Of Excessive rarity even in its condition should bring near the 100 mark 983 867 nova scotia 1823 penny 4 C 251 2 C 252 Fine lot 6 pcs 984 868 Nova Scotia 1824 2 C 261 C 263 1D C 259 2 D V sc V fairtoGd lot 4 pcs 985 870 Nova Scotia 1832 2 0 285 2 287 2 289 penny 871 2 265 266 267 268 2 271 272 3 273 275 2 278 2 281 1832 over 1382 var rare 282 i pennies GoodtoFine some v scarce varieties 22 pcs 986 872 Nova Scotia 1382 penny Poor Good date Very rare 987 873 Nova S


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1876)

    1/1/1876

    W Name of place Abaco Island Bone Fish Bay Bahamas Abaco Island G reen Turtle Key Bahamas Abaco Island Po well s Key Bahamas Abaco Island Wood Key Bahamas Abraham s Bay Monguana Island Altalta on i and bea h 20 miles north Mexico Alvarado 25 miles east of Mex Amherst Island Gulf of Saint Lawrence Anguilla Island Salt Key Bank Straits of Florida Argile Old Man nova scotia Arogant Shoal lat 5 17 S Ion 113 29 E Barbadoes lat 58 40 W est Barbuda Island West Indies Barclay Sound southwest end of Tyaartoos Island British Columbia Bay of Saint George N F Belfast Carrickfergus Bank Ireland Belize Main Eeef 30 miles off Bermuda Black Point and Seven Hills Honduras Central America Boiling Reef Gulf of Georgia Boltou Island Molucca Group


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1876)

    1/1/1876

    Cont d Kame of place Lockville Geograph Bay West Australia Macassar Straits East Indies Madison Island Madeira Island Magdalen I laTld Gulf of Saint Lawrence Malpec Bur Gulf of Saint Lawrence Mariguana Island West Indies Mariguana Reef Bahamas Marfa Drychon Beach Cardigan Bay Wales Mayo Island Cape Verde Group Monte liugginore East of Sardinia Moselle Shoals Bahamas McXut s Island nova scotia Nagg s Head Louisburg Cape Breton Newport Roads Wales Noel s Point Reef entrance Saint George s Harbor Island of Grenada Nuevitas Harbor Cuba Paiance Shoals near Manila Para River mouth of South Ameiiea Port Maria Jamaica Progresso Mexico Prospect Nova Scotia Quoin Point Cape Good Hope Africa Kocas Reef 125 miles northwest of Cape Saint Roque Brazil Rum Cay Bahamas Sabl


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

    1/1/1900

    ng out the lower foot or two must soon come to an end The day of the individual is nearly over Blocks of adjoining claims must be amal gamated and worked systematically taking the whole of the ground as it comes Hitherto the individual has picked the rich portions out of his claims but in future a more moderate yield over a bigger quantity of material handled is all that can be exj ected nova scotia According to the Report of the Department of Mines of Nova Scotia pp 74 75 85 87 for the ear ending September 30 1900 the total yield of gold in that j ear was 30 400 ounces and the total from 1862 to 1900 717 881 ounces which valued at 19 per ounce was worth 13 639 749 The total exports of gold bullion and bars from Nova Scotia during the same period were as follows Port Trur


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 37]

    /1883

    1882 NEW BANKS AND BANKERS 237 Siai Place and Capital Bank or Banker Ma Winnipeg Bank of nova scotia E H Taylor Agent N B Bathurst Merch Bank of Halifax E C Jarvis Agent m Campbelltown Bank of Nova Scotia J E Naira way Agent m Dorchester Merch Bank of Halifax Emmerson Read Agents Fredericton Bank of Nova Scotia C J R Kerr Agent Maritime Bank R Blair Agent RJchibucto Bank of Nova Scotia D Waters Agent e Merch Bank of Ha


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    Underwood's Counterfeit Reporter

    9/1/1895 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    257 Broadway New York City SOLICITS YOUR ACCOUNT Underwood s Counterfeit Reporter 37 Ri s p2 8 I2 s tlO 8 COUNTERFEIT CANADIAN NOTES PLACE PROVINCE r G P Toronto Ontario Montreal Quebec r rederteton New Brunswick 10 10 Halifax nova scotia St John New Brunswick NAME OF BANK AND DESCRIPTION Canadian Bank of Commerce Letter D Dangerous counter feit dated May 1st 1871 Tlie green Ink on back lighter than on genuine Vignette in centre coarse Merchants Bank of Canada Is numbered D83993 in black The green tint on back has a yellowish appearance Peonies Bank of New Brunswick Letter A Photographic note Not at all dangerous


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    Underwood's Counterfeit Reporter

    9/1/1890 Counterfeits and counterfeiting

    THE MERCHANTS EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK 34 Counterfeit Canadian Notes COUNTERFEIT CANADIAN NOTES PLACE PROVINCE NAME OF BANK AND DESCRIPTION 10 Toronto Ontario Canadian Bank of Commerce Letter D Dangerous counter feit dated May 1st 1871 The green ink on back lighter than on genuine Vignette in centre coarse 10 Halifax nova scotia Merchants Bank of Canada Is numbered D83993 in black The green tint on back has a yellowish appearance 10 Fredericton New Brunswick Peoples Bank of New Brunswick Letter A Photographic note Not at all dangerous 10 Halifax Nova Scotia Merchants Bank of Halifax Old issue Photographic coun terfeit dated Jan 1st 1874 10 St John New Brunswick Maritime Bank Letter A C


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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 15 - 18

    /1880

    GMT http hdl handle net 2027 coo 31924093044380 Creative Commons Zero CCO http www hathitrust 0 rg access_use cc zero 58 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NUMISMATICS January piece in art And the Pattern goes forth on a mission weaving from the ravelling threads of what might have been the prophetic picture of what ought to be Philadelphia Patterson Du Bois CANADIAN NUMISMATICS PROVINCE OF nova scotia Continued from VoL xvii page 42 CCCXXX Obv PROVINCE OF NovA scoTiA Bust as in CCCXXVIII The head is one millimeter below the inscription Rev As CCCXXVIII with differences in the arrangement of the spines in the thistle leaves Copper Size 29 m R 3 This seems a transition in the writing of Nova Scotia from the old way as one word to that of two words as at present CCCXXXI Obv


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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 15 - 18

    /1880

    letters l g w Rev PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA ONE PENNY TOKEN A large Sprig of May flowers with leaves and blossoms occupying the whole field Copper Size 33 R I This coinage equals in design and execution that issued from the Royal Mint The initials are those of L C Wyon the predecessor of the celebrated medallists J S A B Wyon of London CCCLIX Obv As the last Rev PROVINCE OF nova scotia HALFPENNY TOKEN May flowcrs as the last Copper Size 28 m R 4 One would almost be inclined to consider this a regular government coinage it is so far ahead of the other issues in execution but the word token precludes us from classing it higher than an issue with the sanction of the Colonial Government CCCLX Obv As CCCLVI 1 1 but the figures in the date are much farther apart and th


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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 15 - 18

    /1880

    quary CANADIAN NUMISMATICS PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK Continued from Vol xvii p 87 CCCLXXXIX Obv As the last but the initials are wanting Rev NEW BRUNSWICK HALF PENNY CURRENCY Ship as the last This coinage was struck by Ralph Heaton Sons and in execution is equal to any produced by them CCCXC Obv Same as CCCLXl Rev As CCCLXl but the word new Brunswick takes the place of nova scotia Bronze Size 25 m C Issue 1 000 000 The design of this cent is exactly like the cent issued the same year for Nova Scotia there must have been some arrangement between the two governments CCCXCI Obv As CCCLXl Rev As CCCLXl 1 but the word new Brunswick is substituted for nova SCOTIA Bronze Size 20 m R 5 There is no mention in the mint records of an issue of half cents for New Bruns


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    Catalogue of the properties of Messrs. A. B. Peters, Willard Ware, and E. Hallenbeck ... [12/22/1902]

    NNP-AUC-LOW50-057

    es Tokens 12 Store Cards 6 War Tokens 17 Fair to good 35 Canada Halfpennies 1805 Wellington 1808 13 His battles on the Peninsula 1811 Vincit Vexator just identifiable 1812 Head in wreath and Trade N 1813 Same and lion and Wellington Poor to good fewest of last 18 1814 Broke Wellingtons Eagle 1815 Eagle 1816 Welling tons Black and Brock 1820 No legends Sloop 1823 nova scotia 1825 To facilitate Trade 1832 Nova Scotia 1837 Moulson 1840 1843 Nova Scotia etc Poor to good 31 1841 Canada Newfoundland 1842 44 Bank of Montreal 1843 New Brunswick 1850 Bank of U C 1852 Quebec Bank Gnaedinger 1855 57 P E I 1861 64 Nova Scotia 5 are Cents 1890 St Leon 1891 A D Porcheron 1893 Lanclot Good to fine 26 Pennies 1814 and 1816 Edw Bewle


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    The Clarion, vol. 3, no. 11

    9/30/1986 Pennsylvania

    of the provincial governments decided to provide their own tokens These are known as semi regal tokens they show the British monarch and were approved by the colonial government but were not approved by the British as coinage nova scotia was the first to issue these in 1823 7 They show a bust of George IV on the obverse and a thistle on the reverse Similar tokens were issued by both Nova Scotia and New Brunswick in 1843 with a portrait of Victoria The semi regal tokens were made in halfpenny and penny denominations In lower Canada the need for currency was filled by tokens issued by banks in the province The first of these


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 124

    12/1/2003

    December 2003 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 2533 Money of the 14 th Colony nova scotia 1711 1783 by Philip L Mossman M D Bangor ME Introduction Most history texts tend to concentrate on those events within our colonial period which were directly linked to the eventual 48 contiguous continental states Since our attention is directed only toward those original thirteen English colonies we tend to lose sight of British North America as the parent entity Such a myopic focus


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 124

    12/1/2003

    December 2003 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 2557 10 The settlement of Halifax The second important event in 1 749 was the settlement of Halifax The English government still licking its wounds over the loss of Louisbourg at the bargaining table realized the importance of setting up a bufferzone between New England and New France That bufferzone was to be nova scotia and it was to assume a role similar to that which Georgia played between the southern colonies and Spanish Florida 109 It was that year with the founding of Halifax and the relocation of the seat of government from Annapolis Royal that colonization of Nova Scotia began in earnest gradually transforming it from a satellite of Massachusetts to a colony in its own right 110 The challenge for t


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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 124

    12/1/2003

    December 2003 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 2572 Money of nova scotia from Archaeological Evidence There are three aspects to this study of Nova Scotia currency the first is to review the documentary paper trail which has just been completed the next is to study the actual coins themselves as historical artifacts while the third is to incorporate both the written and physical evidence into a meaningful whole While the archival data come from surviving records o


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1851 (vol. 25)

    7/1/1851 Economics

    l can be permitted to take in goods wares or merchandise at one port or place of the United States and convey and land the same at another port or place within the same 3d No goods wares or merchandise can be allowed the privileges accorded by the Warehousing Act of the 6th of August 1846 except at ports of entry 4th The Brtish Minister in announcing the action of the authorities of nova scotia on the subject says that the only difference between American and British vessels in that province will be that its own vessels may discharge parts of their cargoes at any port whilst the vessels of the United States are required to discharge at one port in order to prevent any interference with the coming trade The department in a spirit of liberality and confidence would willingly have


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    Catalogue of several collections of coins, medals, paper money, books, etc. [02/23/1917]

    NNP-AUC-ELD50-144

    PER 1104 Greece Persia Serbia Bulgaria Montenegro Roumania Crete etc Nickel coins Fine all different 23 pcs 1105 Lot of Foreign coppers from all quarters all bright red uncircu lated Some very scarce with coins worth up to 35c each 65 pcs 1106 China Old coin painted red on each side Used in doubtful places Size 34 1107 Large 50 Cash coin diameter 5 5 Fine 1108 Canada nova scotia George IV Half Pence 1823 32 Unassorted for varieties Many var Unusual lot G to fine 61 pcs 1109 George IV Nova Scotia pence 1824 32 Unclassified Good 17 pcs 1110 Nova Scotia Victoria 1840 43 Unclassified Pence G V G 7 pcs 1111 Nova Scotia Victoria half Pence 1840 43 Unclassified VG lot 8 pcs 1112 Boquet Sou Tokens 8 Brock 6 Wellington y 2 D 2 Good lot 16 pcs


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

    1/1/1899

    292 PRECIOUS METALS IN THE UNITED STATES nova scotia Gold Fields From Ores of Nova Scotia by E Gilpin jr inspector of mines Halifax Nova Scotia 1898 The gold fields of Nova Scotia became known about the year 1860 The earliest discovery was followed by numerous others until it was at first believed that it was all auriferous Gradually however it became evident that the workable deposits of free gold were confined to the Atlantic hal


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    The Numismatist, November 1976

    11/1/1976 ANA Numismatist

    enous paper currency the colonies to the north produced no metallic coinage of their own while several of the colonies to the south had their own copper and in at least two cases their own silver coinage The first successful European settle ment in what is now Canada was es tablished by the Frenchmen De Monts and Champlain in 1604 at Annapolis Royal on the Bay of Funday coast ofwhat is now nova scotia This was the begin ning of the French colony of Acadia which included all of what we know to day as the Provinces of New Brunswick Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island The French strengthened their claim to this part of the continent by beginning the construction of the great fortress of Louisbourg in 1713 on Cape Breton Island which they called lie Royale In 1719 the French established th


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    The Numismatist, December 1995

    12/1/1995 ANA Numismatist

    n 1990 for 460 postpaid plus applicable taxes The aviation coins encapsulated for proteaion are presented in a distinc tive aluminum case shaped like an airplane wing with a propeller design on the lid To place an order contact the Royal Canadian Mint Box 457 Station A Ottawa Ontario KIN 9H3 Canada or telephone toll free 800 267 1871 extension 599 New Quarter Dollar Represents nova scotia The rugged image of the lighthouse at Peggy s Cove represents the Province of Nova Scotia on the ninth 25 cent coin in the Canada 125 Coin Pro gram Unveiled on September 9 in the provincial capital of Halifax the quar ter was designed by Bruce Wood of Truro Nova Scotia The Royal Canadian Mint in Win nipeg will produce approximately 1 0 million of the new coins for circula tion as well


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    The Numismatist

    11/1/1992 ANA Numismatist Numismatics Periodicals Coins Bank notes Tokens

    1990 for 460 postpaid plus applicable taxes The aviation coins encapsulated for protection are presented in a distinc tive aluminum case shaped like an airplane wing with a propeller design on the lid To place an order contact the Royal Canadian Mint Box 457 Station A Ottawa Ontario KlN 9H3 Canada or telephone toll free 800 267 1871 extension 599 New Quarter Dollar Represents nova scotia The rugged image of the lighthouse at Peggy s Cove represents the Province of Nova Scotia on the ninth 25 cent coin in the Canada 125 Coin Pro gram Unveiled on September 9 in the provincial capital of Halifax the quar ter was designed by Bruce Wood of Truro Nova Scotia The Royal Canadian Mint in Win nipeg will produce approximately 10 million of the new coins for circula tion as well a


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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine

    9/24/1975 Numismatics; Periodicals

    risoned for six months John Burnside convicted of uttering false sixpences and false Spanish quarter dollars spent half an hour in the pillory In 1757 John Young was convicted of forging Spanish dollars and pistareens Under the English criminal law this was high treason and punishable by death He was kept in prison till it could be ascertained whether this provision of the law ex tended to nova scotia or not It was ruled in England that it did not and Young was punished instead for a high misdemeanor which meant a prison term instead of the gallows A harsh penalty was enacted in Nova Scotia in 1758 for various offenses relating to coinage Anyone guilty of counterfeiting washing clipping rounding or scaling coins were to be pilloried for an hour one ear being nailed to the pillory fl


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1859 (vol. 41)

    7/1/1859 Economics

    99 Statistics of Trade and Commerce COMMERCE OF NOVI SCOTIA The Reciprocity Treaty has been the means of enlarging the trade between the United States and the colonies In this nova scotia participates as well as Canada bat the shipping and commerce of the former are yet on a limited scale The manufactures of Nova Scotia are few in number consisting princi pally of coarse cloth flannel carpets hats paper tobacco leather spirits and agricultural implements In the year 1856 the number of arrivals at ports in Nova Scotia was 5 451 as follows From British Foreign


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1867 (vol. 56)

    1/1/1867 Economics

    ich entails much greater labor and expense in the hoisting and gravity moreover instead of co operating with counteracts it will be understood the effective force of the powder 9 There is quite a concurrence of testimony that the quartz seams increase in richness as they descend although the excavations have not as yet been carried to depths exceeding 100 feet The mining statistics of nova scotia exhibit very accurately the average yield per man which in 1863 was 95 cents a day in 1864 1 89 and in 1865 2 13 At the rate per diem last mentioned each man em ployed produced 684 80 per annum The Australian estimates of the production per man of the mining population do not exceed an annual average since 1851 of 500 The value of gold produced in Nova Scotia during the year end


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    COLONIAL NEWSLETTER

    COLONIAL NEWSLETTER

    11/09/2003

    ER http www coinbooks org esylum_v06n48a05 html The E Sylum Volume 6 Number 48 November 9 2003 Article 5COLONIAL NEWSLETTERGary Trudgen Editor of The Colonial Newsletter forwardedthe following information about the upcoming issue The December 2003 issue of The Colonial Newsletter CNL has been published This issue consists of an in depth study ofthe money used in the 14th Colony or nova scotia during theyears 1711 to 1783 Authored by Dr Philip Mossman the study serves as anaddendum to his 1993 book titled Money of the AmericanColonies and Confederation Phil states that the monetaryhistory of mainland British North America would be misleadingif only those colonies which form the nucleus of present dayUnited States were studied Thus the reason why he researchedand wrote this comp


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    CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTION OF HARLOW E. WOODWARD, CONSISTING OF UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN POSTAGE, DISPATCH, REVENUE, LICENSE AND TELEGRAPH STAMPS.

    NNP-AUC-WOO70-106

    26c 4 pc 861 Nicaragua 1878 rnuletted 1 2 26c unused 6 10c used 1882 3 vara unused 8 pc 862 Norway i860 4 8s 1867 2 2 vara 3s pcs 863 Norway 1868 4 8 24s 3 pcs 861 Norway 1866 2s 1866 3s 1867 2 4 8a 5 pc 866 Norway 1868 72 73 and To complete 8 pcs 866 Norway 1877 1 3 6 10 12 26o 6 pea 867 Norway 36 60o 2k etc used 9 pcs 868 nova scotia lp 869 Nova Scotia 3p 870 Nova Scotia 6p 871 Nova Scotia Is 872 Nova Scotia 1 2 6 10 124c 6 pc 873 Oldenburg 1861 n g j 0 th unused th used 1866 unused 3 pea 874 Oldenburg 1866 lg r


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1875)

    1/1/1875

    paid for their passage during the fiscal year ended June 30 1875 Consulate Aca iulco Aspinwall Aux Cayes Hayfci Auckland Now Zealand Baracoa Cfiba Bai badocs V esfc Indies i Bay of I slauds New Zealand Bermuda Bonacca West Indies Buenos Ayres Cadiz Calcutta Callao Cape Town Cape of Good Hope Cardenas Cuba Charlottetown Priucc Edward s Island Cieufnegos Cuba Cow Bay nova scotia Cura 9 oa West Indies Bemerara Eayal Azores iriores Azores Grand Caymans Jaraaiea Guadeloupe West Indies Halifax Nova Scotia Havana Honolulu Hong Koug KaiiagaAva Kingston Jamaica Liverpool Malaga Matanzas Cuba Mazatlan Mexico Monrovia Liberia Montevideo Nassau Bahamas North Sidney Nova Scotia Number of seamen Amount Consulate Number of seamen Amount 23 230 00 Para Brazil 2 20


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    CATALOGUE OF ANCIENT GREEK AND ROMAN, FOREIGN AND UNITED STATES COINS AND MEDALS OF MESSRS. GORTON, KINNEY AND HALL.



    691 5 694 6 695 2 699 700 702 2 704 12 707 2 708 713 5 714 12 715 18 716 2 Good 114 pcs Ontario B 718 719 5 var 720 4 var 723 724 725 726 717 2 var 728 730 3 var 731 732 735 737 738 739 740 753 755 760 772 793 806 807 837 866 2 dates Good to very fine 37 pcs Colonies George IY anchor crowned J 858 860 Very fine 3 pcs nova scotia B 867 2 var 868 869 2 var 870 2 var 871 4 var 873 2 dates 874 2 var 875 876 877 3 dates 878 2 dates 879 2 var Mostly very fine 24 pcs Nova Scotia B 880 881 S82 883 2 var 884 885 886 887 888 889 890 891 2 var 892 893 894 896 897 Vg to very fine 20 pcs Nova Scotia Halifax S Co Steam boat Bright red B 900 Nova Scotia Same as last Nova Scotia Bl


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