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    Coin World [09/23/1987] (pg. 97)

    9/23/1987

    COIN WORLD Wednesday September 23 1987 97 Notes on notes By John G Humphris NLG nova scotian note depicts ships The coat of arms of Nova Scotia is depicted in the center on those nranted bv Charles t in mas u the face of the Bank of Nova Scotia 10 note dated Jan 2 1935 Sconand a red linS ni n er ls lhe sh eld 01 A coal mining scene is to the left and a sailing ship on the right fiae of Scotland with the f W backgroun l m lhe center ot the The shield of the bank is shown on


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    Coin World [03/01/2017] (pg. 41)

    3/1/2017

    PC 5C1 VF It cor 7 95 1854 N B Penny NB 2B1 F It nicks old cleaning 11 95 1854 Upper Canada Penny AU 59 112 00 1854 Upper Canada Penny PC 6C1 AU clnd It rv scrtch 54 95 1854 Upper Canada Penny PC 6C1 VF 30 It cor 20 95 1855 P E I Fisheries Ag PE 6A1AU 94 00 1855 P E I Fisheries Ag PE 6A1 VF 30 It cor It rm nicks 29 95 1855 P E I Self Govt PE 7A1 VF 35 scrtchs nicks 25 95 1856 nova scotia 1 2 Penny NS 5A1AU 59 95 1856 Nova Scotia 1 2 Penny NS 5A1 VF 30 19 95 1856 Nova Scotia Penny NS 6A1VF 26 95 1857 P E I Self Government PE 7C1 AU It cor 89 00 f COMMEMORATIVES U S CURRENCY MEDALS TOKENS STARTER SETS 1893 Columbian MS 61 2 LEGAL TENDER NOTES ETC ROLLS clnd 29 95 1928F F1507G 7 95 1946 Monarch Ranges Golden INDIAN CENTS 1893 Columbian XF 15 95 1928G F


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    Coin World [02/09/1961] (pg. 2)

    2/9/1961

    COIN WORLD Thursday February 9 1961 Page Two Historic Medals Available nova scotia s Decimal Centenary Medal The Nova Scotia Decimal Cen tenary Medal issued by the Hali fax Coin Club Halifax Nova Scotia is now available according to Major Sheldon S Carroll presi dent of the club The commemorative medal was struck at the direction of the club to further the rich numismatic history of Nova Scotia and the introduction of decimal coinage in 1861 the major said Orders a


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    Coin World [11/01/2017] (pg. 41)

    11/1/2017

    25 197710 Zaires P23b F pinholes 4 75 1977 10 Zaires P23b VG 4 95 ZAMBIA ND 1980 50 Kwacha P28a MS 60 1 50 1992 50 Kwacha P37a MS 65 2001 50 Kwacha P37c MS 65 2008 50 Kwacha P37g MS 65 ND 1991 100 Kwacha P34a MS 60 3 95 2001 100 Kwacha P38c MS 65 ZIMBABWE 1983 2 Dollars Plb MS 65 1983 5 Dollars P2c MS 65 2003 1000 Dollars PI 2b MS 65 4 95 2 95 2 95 CANADIAN COINS TOKENS MEDALS 1823 nova scotia Thistle 1 2 Penny NS 1A4 VF 30 It old nick 69 95 1832 Nova Scotia Penny NS 2B2 AU 59 539 00 1832 Nova Scotia Penny NS 2B2 VG rm bumps 7 95 1832 Nova Scotia Penny NS 4A4 F some nicks scrtchs 10 95 1833 Upper Canada To Facilitate Trade 1 2 Penny UC 12B2 VG FItcor 10 95 1833 Upper Canada To Facilitate Trade 1 2 Penny UC 12B2 VG bent 6 95 1837 City Bank 1 2 Penny LC 8A1 XF It carbon 39 95 18


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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 (pg. 58)



    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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    Coin World [03/07/1973] (pg. 67)

    3/7/1973

    Bank Demise Hurt nova scotia Economy The author Harry Eisenhauer a recognized specialist in rare Canadian paper money brings to readers a detailed account of the previously unresearched Bank of Liverpool Nova Scotia Eisenhauer whose prime in terest is in early Maritime banks and their note issues is presently undertaking the task of preparing articles on these banks where very little informa tion has been revealed


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    Catalogue of a collection of United States and foreign postage, dispatch, revenue, license and telegraph stamps. [11/06/1889] (pg. 68)



    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 (pg. 32)

    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 (pg. 42)

    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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    Coin World [11/10/1960] (pg. 29)

    11/10/1960

    Halifax Club Sponsors New nova scotia Medal A beautiful new piece of nu mismatic art will soon be avail able of special interest to collec tors of Canadian materi a 1 a medal commemorating the centen ary of decimal coinage in Nova Scotia 1861 1961 The medal is being struck in bronze silver and gold according to Reginald Legare corresponding secretary of the Halifax Co i n Club sponsoring organization for the new medal


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    Coin World [09/15/1976] (pg. 78)

    9/15/1976

    COIN WORLD Wdnatday Stptambr 15 1976 Pag 78 Reckoned in Boston Money faced money woes in nova scotia Nova Scotia came into being when British troops captured Port Royal Acadia in 1710 wresting it from French oc cupation New England troops raised by the British were the first to occupy the new land with the settlement in Annapolis Valley to be the only one for the next 40 years In 1720 administration of Nova Scotia was in the hands of a governor lieutenant governor and the garrison comm


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    Coin World [10/12/1992] (pg. 3)

    10/12/1992

    92 nova scotia coin depicts lighthouse RCM unveils The lighthouse at Peggy s Cove in Nova Scotia was unveiled as the subject for the reverse of the ninth Canada 125 com memorative 25 cent coin at a Sept 9 cer emony staged by the Royal Canadian Mint with government officials in Halifax The image of the lighthouse on its rock foundation is surrounded by the legend NOVA SCOTIA NOUVELLE ECOSSE 25 CENTS The rev


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    Coin World [06/18/1969] (pg. 47)

    6/18/1969

    tamp Clubs Join To Sponsor Halifax Event Standing by his winning exhibits is Elliot Fineberg left president of the host Halifax Coin Club while Nelson C Boltz is shown in the center and Bernard G Kline right Fineberg won first place in coins and tokens in the Spring Rally of the Atlantic Provinces Numismatic Association which was held in Halifax Edward Paquette secretary of the Halifax nova scotia Coin Club captured top honors at the Atlantic Provinces Numismatic Association Annual Spring Rally and Coin Stamp Show held recently at the Lord Nelson Hotel in Halifax Nova Scotia He won the best of show trophy donated by Thistle Coins Ltd of Halifax for his display of Em press of India Medals Winners in the numismatic section of the show included Elliot Fineberg president of the Halif


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    Coin World [12/07/1966] (pg. 47)

    12/7/1966

    coinages of Greece from the inception of coinage in the lat ter half of the seventh century to the first century B C The slides were made for gen eral educational purposes by the ANS and paid for with a grant received from the publishers of Coin World and World Coins designated for this use The club meets the second Sunday of each month Dealer Appears On TV Program Jack Stephens Sydney nova scotia coin dealer recently ap peared for one hour on the tele vision program Talk Back on station CJCB Sydney gain ing more listener reaction than had been reported previously show officials indicated Stephens recently spoke to the Cape Breton Coin Club Sydney of his trip to the Canadian Nu mismatic Association annual convention in Winnipeg last August Next meeting of the Cape Breton Coi


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    Coin World [06/24/1970] (pg. 48)

    6/24/1970

    Crusty Old Front Door Boasts Of Modern Port Convention Facilities Halifax Shows New Face Having Lost Its Barnacles Halifax nova scotia host city tor the Canadian Numismatic Convention in 1970 and familiar to many American troops who used the port as a rendezvous for Atlantic convoys in World War n is changing dramatical ly Often called Canada s crusty old front door to the North Atlantic it s losing the bar nacles replacing familiar gloomy warehouses and wooden buildings with modern struc tures rebuilding with shiny


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    Coin World [02/11/1970] (pg. 31)

    2/11/1970

    F VF CANADIAN MISC 543 1937 1c Unc 544 1 881 H 5c Fair CANADIAN MISC 546 1890 H 5c G 547 1899 5c G 548 1943 5c Tom XF 549 1 944 5c Unc 550 1937 10c Unc 551 1960 1 00 Unc 552 1963 SI CO P L 553 1964 SI 00 P L 554 1837 Token 18 A VF 555 1844 Token 23 F 556 1844 Token 23 VF 557 1844 Token 527 VG 558 Token 713 VG 559 Token 960 VF XF 560 1857 Token 101E F 561 1872 H NewfTd 10c G 562 1861 nova scotia 1c F 563 1861 Nova Scotia 1c VF XF 564 1864 Nova Scotia 1c VG 565 Nova Scotia 140 VG 5S6 Nova Scotia 125 VG F 567 Nova Scotia 125D VG F 568 Nova Scotia 1250 F 569 Nova Scotia 126A VG F 570 Nova Scotia 126C VG 571 Nova Scotia 873 F FOREIGN 572 Jersey 1266 Id Proof 573 JERSEY 1966 3d Proof 574 HONG KONG 1901 1c Unc 575 INDIA FARRUKHABA D 1803 X Cash VF 576 INDIA MYS0RE 1782 1 8 Paisa VF 57


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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] (pg. 97)

    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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    Coin World [09/15/1976] (pg. 91)

    9/15/1976

    PiO 91 COIN W0R W dnttdiy 8tpt mbT IS 1976 Money woes plagued early nova scotia Coatinued from page 81 Another aspect of the money problem in the colonies was the rates of exchange between sterling and the foreign coins in use in the colonies between sterling and the various colonial paper currencies between the colonial paper currencies themselves and between bills of exchange on London and specie and paper money At the end of 1751 the difference between a bill of e


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    Coin World [09/15/1976] (pg. 95)

    9/15/1976

    Money woes plagued early nova scotia k Continued from pa e 94 ticularly prohibited It had also been found that frauds had been perpetrated in the export trade not only in the shipping of poor and unmerchantable goods but also in the size of containers An ordinance was made in October 1754 making regulations to remedy this difficulty and in the hope of rehabilitating the ex port trade in fish lumber shingles clapboards ho


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    Coin World [03/27/1968] (pg. 43)

    3/27/1968

    Alex Storm Book Features 6 Canada s Treasure Hunt A treasure that remained on the ocean floor off the coast of nova scotia for 240 years and which when it was recovered became one of the most con troversial treasures of the 20th century is the subject of a new book that should be of interest to numismatists The book Canada s Treasure Hunt by Alex Storm as told to Brian Shaw published by Greywood Publishing of Winni peg relates the story of how the treasure of French gold and sil ver coins was lost when


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    Coin World [02/11/1976] (pg. 96)

    2/11/1976

    ore you leave any country In fact we suggest you visit a local bank in a The handsome numismatic coffee table elicits many compliments from friends and rekindles memories of European vacation While the table serves the author s present decorating needs quite well the basic idea can be adapted for vertical mounting on a wall using a plywood board in place of the table top Student teachers in nova scotia large city in each country ex plain what you are doing and then stand back so the local teller can scurry around getting good samples for you Most are very ac commodating Next still prior to departure we tentatively settled on touring insignia for automobiles which are about three inches in diameter We soon changed our mind over there First they were expensive 3 each they were l


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    Coin World [09/16/1964] (pg. 44)

    9/16/1964

    Donald Flick Heads List In Annual CNA Exhibit Of Winners Competition Nelson C Bollz exhibit chair man of the 11th annual Con vention of the Canadian Numis matic Association held August 26 to 29 in Halifax nova scotia revealed that Donald Flick of Oakville Ontario headed a long list of display winners at the re cent event Flick won the best of show award Boltz noted that the three judges were among U e most competent in North America These were Fred Bowman Lach ine Quebec M Vernon Sheldon Chicago Illinois and J Douglas Ferguson Rock Island Quebec Both Sheldon and Ferguson are former American


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    Coin World [07/15/1964] (pg. 41)

    7/15/1964

    Halifax Readies For CNA Convention Exhibit Applications Now Available Halifax Club Puts Final Touches On Show Program Fourteen categories will be open for competitive exhibits at the 1964 Canadian Numismatic convention to be held August 27 through 29 at The nova scotian hotel in Halifax Nova Scotia reports Nelson C Boltz display chairman Competitive exhibit categories Include Canadian coins Cana dian paper money U S coins U S paper money British Com monwealth coins gold coins for eign coins foreign paper money ancient and medieval coins be fore 1500 A D medals tokens specialized and miscellaneous maritimes provinces numismat ica an


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 89] (pg. 713)

    /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 (pg. 41)

    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] (pg. 918)

    /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 (pg. 10)

    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 (pg. 16)

    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 (pg. 273)

    /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 (pg. 88)

    /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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    Coin World [04/12/1967] (pg. 28)

    4/12/1967

    I 50 Auburn H W Ed Comparative Banking 2nd edition London 1963 Babin L L Cap Badges of the Canadian Expeditionary Forces 1914 1919 Rochester n d 3 50 Bank of Canada The Story of Canada s Currency Ottawa 1955 1 00 2 00 Bank of Montreal The Centenary of the Bank of Montreal 1817 1917 Montreal 1917 10 00 15 00 Bank of Montreal On a Spot Glorified 1936 Bank of nova scotia History of the Bank of Nova Scotia 1832 1900 1900 10 00 15 00 Bank of Nova Scotia The Bank of Nova Scotia 1832 1932 Toronto 1932 10 00 15 00 Bank of Toronto 75 Years of Service Toronto 1931 S7 50 10 00 Banqu d Economic de Quebec Hlstorlquc de la Banque d Economie de Quebec 1848 1948 Quebec n d S10 00 12 50 Bausher J C Dolan It s Only Money Birdsboro Pa 1966 8


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    Coin World [01/17/1968] (pg. 47)

    1/17/1968

    a the name of the bank was considered suitable in 1882 as this was Western Cana da to many people The development of the West really began with the comple tion of the Canadian Pacific Railway in Vancouver in 1885 majBi jyiEjvs JMSWSKSiSaKBSSit Notes of the St Stephens Bank St Stephens New Brunswick are still negotiable and much sought after by colleetorss even the 3 denominations nova scotia Receives Gold Expo Participation Medal A gold medal marking the participation of the Province of Nova Scotia in Expo 67 has been presented to the Nova Scotia Archives Premier G I Smith made the presentation The medal was or iginally awarded on Atlantic Provinces Day at the Montreal Expo 67 on October 11 The ceremony was held at the At lantic pavilion joined in by representatives of Nova S


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    Coin World [07/21/1976] (pg. 79)

    7/21/1976

    Today a proportionate exodus would depopulate almost all of North and Stouth Dakota Nebraska Kansas and Minnesota The great exodus began on March 17 1776 when besieged by the fledgling Patriot army Gen William Howe evacuated Boston and escorted 1 100 Massachusetts A comely lass dressed in the garb of a Loyilist settler measures out a bit of produce in the Ross Thomson house at Shelburne nova scotia The only original store building in the town the house is typical of those con structed there by Loyalists who fled the United States in 1783 aid 1784 The newcomers transformed Shelburne into a city with three new spapers and a dozen schools For a time it was the largest community in British North America Photo courtesy National Geographic Society Loyalists to Halifax Nova Scotia They


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    Coin World [03/02/1998] (pg. 70)

    3/2/1998

    970 1973 to 1974 and 1980 to 1981 The Lincoln cent struck at Philadelphia has never included a Mint mark The P mark for this Mint appears on other denominations beginning in 1980 It also appears on silver composition 5 cent coins of 1942 to 1945 I recently acquired a coin or token that piques my curiosity On the obverse is what appears to be a Greek or Roman bust surrounded by province of nova scotia On the reverse is a design con sisting of two leafy branches surrounded by what appears to be a thistle Above this design around the top are the words half penny token and at the bottom is 1832 My encyclopedia says Nova Scotia was a British colony but obtained represen tative government in 1848 So is this a provincial coin or is it a government or privately issued token that was circulat


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    Coin World [02/14/1968] (pg. 42)

    2/14/1968

    a as he ponders a remarkably well printed bill which has printed signatures of James Smith and W R No yied The note is dated June 1862 Readers who can identify the note are requested to write Allen in care of Coin World February 14 1968 Canadian Section J E Charlton Editor 92 Jarvis Street Toronto 1 Ont Canada Five Units Join To Issue Medals Five military units at the Syd ney nova scotia Garrison Ser geants Mess have joined to is sue silver and bronze centennial medals according to Jack Ste phens Sydney Stephens is the owner of Iron City Coins in Sydney and de signer of the medal Orazio Lombardo owner of Ca nadian Artistic Dies Sherbrooke Quebec engraved and struck the medal There were 25 pieces struck in 999 fine silver and 500 in bronze Cap badges of the five u


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    Coin World [01/15/2007] (pg. 46)

    1/15/2007

    has always moved me Also a favorite subject of the Group of Seven he said the image of a windswept jack pine growing from glacier sculpted granite is for Ontario a distinct and unique icon as the Rockies are to British Columbia Salmela said a friend brought the competition to his attention from an article in a local newspa per His entry was one of 733 designs submitted for that coin nova scotia The lighthouse at Peggy s Cove in Nova Scotia appears on the reverse of the ninth Canada 125 commemorative 25 cent coin honoring Nova Scotia It was unveiled at a Sept 9 1992 cere mony in Halifax The image of the lighthouse on its rock foundation is surrounded by the legend nova scotia nou VELLE ECOSSE 25 CENTS Bruce Wood a native of Truro Nova Scotia designed the reverse I decided t


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    CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTION OF FOREIGN AND AMERICAN COINS OF H.S. SNOW, ESQ., NORTH BERWICK, MAINE. (pg. 16)



    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] (pg. 709)

    /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 (pg. 9)

    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 (pg. 3)

    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) (pg. 598)

    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] (pg. 13)

    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 (pg. 193)

    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] (pg. 13)



    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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    Coin World [04/20/1966] (pg. 75)

    4/20/1966

    Dr Joseph Kes slnger 10 Grove Street Kingston Mass achusetts 02360 314 MY 1926 N6 CANADIAN nickel for three 1948 D or 1949 S halves or three Mint marked halves below 1935 or 1963 P half Earl Weir 22249 Vlsnaw Saint Clair Shores Michigan 48081 31S CANADIAN SMALL cents Fine 1948 and four different your choice 1920 1928 1929 1932 to 1944 for 2 Unc Kennedys John Tolson Bedford nova scotia Canada 316 CANADIAN CENTS 1937 1938 1939 1948 1954 plus BU 1964 1965 for your three Good Indians or BU Kennedy Ralph Bell anger 127 Yardboro Avenue Albany New York 12205 315 GREEK 1964 BU Wedding Grown plus Aus trian 1964 Proof Fifty Schilling Winter Olympic Crown Send Canadian P L set or 1964 P L dollar Roger Taylor Six Ann Court West Isllp New York 314 CANADA KEY date nic


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    Coin World [03/15/1972] (pg. 65)

    3/15/1972

    Checks Feature Colorful Scenes By Harold Don Allen Truro nova scotia Check collectors with a taste for the colorful can look to Canada Scenery and mod art contribute to 25 designs of per sonalized checks introduced by three leading Canadian banks in recent years Since the banks concerned are nationwide in scope the distinctive checks are better known and more widely ac cessible than those of most United States institutions Generally considered the most attra


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    Coin World [03/07/1973] (pg. 69)

    3/7/1973

    County 1 760 acres Kings Coun ty 1 347 acres Lunenburg County 150 acres Annapolis County 660 acres and Digby County 400 acres the total being 5 317 acres These tim berlands included four islands in Lake Rossignol Big Coombes Little Coombes Cub Island and a small unnamed island near Cub which contained eight acres Most of these islands disappeared in the deep flowage caused by the nova scotia Power Commission s water storage dam built in 1929 The construction and operation of the later named Mersey Paper Co Ltd now a subsidiary of Bowaters International was and still is dependent on the benefits of this project No ships or shares in ships are mentioned in this auction sale of 1876 the blackest Christmas of the Freemans lives Somehow they retained a large share in the barqu


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    The Frederick B. Taylor Collection (pg. 125)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    alfpenny token B 896 The obverse shows a store with HALF PENNY written on the top The reverse has JB in script surrounded by beads at the border This variety is scarce but not rare However the condition of this particular example is excep tional perhaps the finest known The planchet is a smooth glossy medium brown Est 400 500 From the Barton and J A Wood collections l Very Rare nova scotia Blacksmith 1103 Nova Scotia blacksmith C 361a 3 65 grams 24 5mm N S Fine to Very Fine with some pitting on the obverse It is listed as 361a in the Addendum to the Coins and Tokens of Nova Scotia by Eugene Courteau in his article in The Numismatist of February 1922 The obverse shows a small bust with NOVA SCOTIA around the top and the date 1815 The reverse shows a crowned harp surround


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    Catalogue : one hundred and twenty-seventh public auction sale. [06/22/1928] (pg. 41)

    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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