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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1905 Numismatics; Periodicals

    and diphmuitH but private ami pi r soiial tiuit Ik was always the kts rir t to iH rve Phonetic Stories N Kngli h papei i rernlly hi Id a prire r iii H tilioii tin H lilion liiinight N rth Tilt TIIRKC UAMKLEim Tlii e lw y l uiin Wiinii ami Nmin o ten ildy it ms iing um iiiidej the ma ler A ryr In nality It iiig for pennies of which Dunn ha one M liiin one l ai ami nunn ha wiiii me Eiii thtnet siylis Diiiiii M hy von vr on ays Wuiin Tlitii I ve Won says Nunn Tiiiie s up pairs the nia ter who ha diuicE Nunn ha Dunn ha done one M nnn ha lono Dunn and Wunii MIKs SHORT AM MIL LITTU A tall girl nanietl Sliori Iniig lovr a eer lain hig Mr Eittle while I Htlr littir think ing of Short luvtsl a little la s nametl la iig


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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1905 Numismatics; Periodicals

    and diphmuitH but private ami pi r soiial tiuit Ik was always the kts rir t to iH rve Phonetic Stories N Kngli h papei i rernlly hi Id a prire r iii H tilioii tin H lilion liiinight N rth Tilt TIIRKC UAMKLEim Tlii e lw y l uiin Wiinii ami Nmin o ten ildy it ms iing um iiiidej the ma ler A ryr In nality It iiig for pennies of which Dunn ha one M liiin one l ai ami nunn ha wiiii me Eiii thtnet siylis Diiiiii M hy von vr on ays Wuiin Tlitii I ve Won says Nunn Tiiiie s up pairs the nia ter who ha diuicE Nunn ha Dunn ha done one M nnn ha lono Dunn and Wunii MIKs SHORT AM MIL LITTU A tall girl nanietl Sliori Iniig lovr a eer lain hig Mr Eittle while I Htlr littir think ing of Short luvtsl a little la s nametl la iig


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1912 Numismatics; Periodicals

    known among scientists that the popular notion of the effect of the Gulf Stream on climate both of the United States and of western Europe is greatly exaggerated 6 Finally had we not better begin to hew to the line of practicality in our conservation dreams al though it would look very well to have a huge work on the North to balance the one on the South the canal I am sir Roscoe nunn Brooklyn N Y October 1912 To the Editor of Harper s Weekly Sir The article referred to bv Mr Nunn Driv ing Back the Arctic was limited by space to the actual project and the ocean currents directly in volved My book Power and Control of the Gulf Stream published at the same time and of which the article in Harper s Weekly was a synopsis of the three first chapters contain


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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1905 Numismatics; Periodicals

    and diphmuitH but private ami pi r soiial tiuit Ik was always the kts rir t to iH rve Phonetic Stories N Kngli h papei i rernlly hi Id a prire r iii H tilioii tin H lilion liiinight N rth Tilt TIIRKC UAMKLEim Tlii e lw y l uiin Wiinii ami Nmin o ten ildy it ms iing um iiiidej the ma ler A ryr In nality It iiig for pennies of which Dunn ha one M liiin one l ai ami nunn ha wiiii me Eiii thtnet siylis Diiiiii M hy von vr on ays Wuiin Tlitii I ve Won says Nunn Tiiiie s up pairs the nia ter who ha diuicE Nunn ha Dunn ha done one M nnn ha lono Dunn and Wunii MIKs SHORT AM MIL LITTU A tall girl nanietl Sliori Iniig lovr a eer lain hig Mr Eittle while I Htlr littir think ing of Short luvtsl a little la s nametl la iig


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    Harper's Weekly

    7/1/1912 Numismatics; Periodicals

    known among scientists that the popular notion of the effect of the Gulf Stream on climate both of the United States and of western Europe is greatly exaggerated 6 Finally had we not better begin to hew to the line of practicality in our conservation dreams al though it would look very well to have a huge work on the North to balance the one on the South the canal I am sir Roscoe nunn Brooklyn N Y October 1912 To the Editor of Harper s Weekly Sir The article referred to bv Mr Nunn Driv ing Back the Arctic was limited by space to the actual project and the ocean currents directly in volved My book Power and Control of the Gulf Stream published at the same time and of which the article in Harper s Weekly was a synopsis of the three first chapters contain


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    From Wall street to Newgate via the primrose way

    /1895

    CHAPTER XXXT THE PHILISTINES ARE UPON THEE SAMSON I was very fortunate in my servant nunn he being devoted to me a resolute fellow as well and thoroughly trustworthy He felt very badly over my leaving him be hind in Havana Nor would I have done so under ordinary circumstances The dav before leaving on the trip taking him aside but not wishing to actually disclose anything I talked in a very impressive grave way instructing him to leave Havana secretly after telling his mis


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    From Wall street to Newgate via the primrose way

    /1895

    344 FROM WALL STREET TO NEWGATE evening solitude in the barracks Soon nunn came with my supper and cautiously produced a revolver and belt I strapped the belt around me under my vest placing the re volver under a pile of clothing Nunn reported everything all right He had seen Curtin that day as usual around the hotel and apparently unsuspicious of anything unusual going on The window I was to jump out of opened on the public street and the street would be jammed


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    Robert J. Centola Collection



    ILLE MANUFACTURING CO NYC Daguerreo type Materials Unc D 805 SAME but Liberty Head obverse and 1 01 William St ad dress F VF B 821 SMITH SEWARD NYC Manufacturers of Medals Coins Badges AU B 823 SMITHSONIAN HOUSE NYC R B Unc C 834 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC R B AU B 840A JOS STINER CO NYC Die struck Y within the star XF C 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC XF AU NYC City Hall obverse The Strassburger Nunn storecards are unaccount ably omitted from the Rulau reference B 846 STRASSBURGER NUNN NYC VF George Washing ton portrait obverse Baker 73B VF B Ny Ny 308A STINERS NEWYORK CHINATEA COMPANY NYC WM PL Unc 1876 Liberty Bell obverse C D 706 861 SWEENY S HOTEL NYC R B Unc C 707 898 R F THOMAS NYC AU C


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    Robert J. Centola Collection



    ILLE MANUFACTURING CO NYC Daguerreo type Materials Unc D 805 SAME but Liberty Head obverse and 1 01 William St ad dress F VF B 821 SMITH SEWARD NYC Manufacturers of Medals Coins Badges AU B 823 SMITHSONIAN HOUSE NYC R B Unc C 834 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC R B AU B 840A JOS STINER CO NYC Die struck Y within the star XF C 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC XF AU NYC City Hall obverse The Strassburger Nunn storecards are unaccount ably omitted from the Rulau reference B 846 STRASSBURGER NUNN NYC VF George Washing ton portrait obverse Baker 73B VF B Ny Ny 308A STINERS NEWYORK CHINATEA COMPANY NYC WM PL Unc 1876 Liberty Bell obverse C D 706 861 SWEENY S HOTEL NYC R B Unc C 707 898 R F THOMAS NYC AU C


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    Robert J. Centola Collection



    ILLE MANUFACTURING CO NYC Daguerreo type Materials Unc D 805 SAME but Liberty Head obverse and 1 01 William St ad dress F VF B 821 SMITH SEWARD NYC Manufacturers of Medals Coins Badges AU B 823 SMITHSONIAN HOUSE NYC R B Unc C 834 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC R B AU B 840A JOS STINER CO NYC Die struck Y within the star XF C 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC XF AU NYC City Hall obverse The Strassburger Nunn storecards are unaccount ably omitted from the Rulau reference B 846 STRASSBURGER NUNN NYC VF George Washing ton portrait obverse Baker 73B VF B Ny Ny 308A STINERS NEWYORK CHINATEA COMPANY NYC WM PL Unc 1876 Liberty Bell obverse C D 706 861 SWEENY S HOTEL NYC R B Unc C 707 898 R F THOMAS NYC AU C


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    Token and Medal Auction #28, Part 2



    MATERIALS Unc 841 NY803 SCOVILL AU 842 NY 805 SCOVILL XF 843 NY 813 SMITH HARTMANN Toned Unc 844 NY 814 JAS SMITH CO Tarn AU 845 NY 816 but GEORGE PATCHEN Brass Unc 846 NY 824 SMITHSONIAN HOUSE VF 847 NY 833 LEWIS L SQUIRE XF Light corr spots 848 Same XF 849 Same AU 850 Same R B Unc 851 NY 834 LEWIS L SQUIRE VF 852 NY 841 Sny 15 STRASSBURGER nunn AU 853 Same Unc 854 NY 846 Sny 17 STRASSBURGER NUNN VF XF 855 Same AU 856 NY 847 Sny 22 STRASSBURGER NUNN Dark VF 857 Same XF 858 NY 890 G TAYLOR SON VF 359 Same VF XF 860 NY 891 TAYLOR RICHARDS XF AU Rx corr spot punch mark 861 Same AU 862 NY 921 TREADWELL KISSAM F 863 NY 927 TYSON CO VF XF 864 NY 941 HORACE WATERS XF 865 NY 942 H


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    Robert J. Centola Collection



    ILLE MANUFACTURING CO NYC Daguerreo type Materials Unc D 805 SAME but Liberty Head obverse and 1 01 William St ad dress F VF B 821 SMITH SEWARD NYC Manufacturers of Medals Coins Badges AU B 823 SMITHSONIAN HOUSE NYC R B Unc C 834 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC R B AU B 840A JOS STINER CO NYC Die struck Y within the star XF C 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC XF AU NYC City Hall obverse The Strassburger Nunn storecards are unaccount ably omitted from the Rulau reference B 846 STRASSBURGER NUNN NYC VF George Washing ton portrait obverse Baker 73B VF B Ny Ny 308A STINERS NEWYORK CHINATEA COMPANY NYC WM PL Unc 1876 Liberty Bell obverse C D 706 861 SWEENY S HOTEL NYC R B Unc C 707 898 R F THOMAS NYC AU C


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    Token and Medal Auction #28, Part 2



    MATERIALS Unc 841 NY803 SCOVILL AU 842 NY 805 SCOVILL XF 843 NY 813 SMITH HARTMANN Toned Unc 844 NY 814 JAS SMITH CO Tarn AU 845 NY 816 but GEORGE PATCHEN Brass Unc 846 NY 824 SMITHSONIAN HOUSE VF 847 NY 833 LEWIS L SQUIRE XF Light corr spots 848 Same XF 849 Same AU 850 Same R B Unc 851 NY 834 LEWIS L SQUIRE VF 852 NY 841 Sny 15 STRASSBURGER nunn AU 853 Same Unc 854 NY 846 Sny 17 STRASSBURGER NUNN VF XF 855 Same AU 856 NY 847 Sny 22 STRASSBURGER NUNN Dark VF 857 Same XF 858 NY 890 G TAYLOR SON VF 359 Same VF XF 860 NY 891 TAYLOR RICHARDS XF AU Rx corr spot punch mark 861 Same AU 862 NY 921 TREADWELL KISSAM F 863 NY 927 TYSON CO VF XF 864 NY 941 HORACE WATERS XF 865 NY 942 H


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    From Wall street to Newgate via the primrose way

    /1895

    290 FROM WALL STREET TO NEWGATE of brandy in my luggage we did not suffer nunn roasted the chickens made the punch got the Spanish men and women to dance for our entertainment and made himself generally of service About midnight the storm broke up and to my great satisfaction the stars came out That night I slept in the same room with the women with a sheet hung between us At 5 o clock I had all hands up and breakfast under way T ordered the drivers and hangers on


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    From Wall street to Newgate via the primrose way

    /1895

    ht could not manage one alone The only thing we could do was to charter one with a crew of four men Dur ing my stay in Cuba I had been studying Spanish I had become a tolerably proficient speaker so I had no great difficulty in associating with the natives I found my idea of joining the rebels by sea impracticable and as to go by land was perilous in the extreme I made up my mind to send nunn back to Havana and to make the venture alone I did not care to_ chance his life and I also felt that it was safer for one than for two Forty miles away was the last fortified post on the Rio Choerra at the small town of Voronjo Once across that small stream I would be on neutral ground liable at any time to fall in with a rebel band Nunn was very plucky and most devoted He by no means wan


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    The TNA News, March-April 2013

    3/1/2013

    much it will cost to produce Program Christian used our new projector to show everyone how small differences in some coins can mean a huge difference in the value District Five DALLAS JANUARY MEETING Meeting 1016 was called to order by President Allen Scott There were 31 present and we welcomed the following visitors James Lemons Ken FHart Jose Serrano Sherri Ross Gwen Oliver and Eddie nunn Gary Dobbins passed out ballots for voting on the Program of the Year for 2012 The winning program speaker will be announced at the next meeting Certificates for all of the 2012 programs have been ordered from the ANA and will also be presented in February FHeritage calendars and PCGS calendars were given out to members by Stewart FHuckaby Charlie Mead and Frank Clark Since the Dallas Coin


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3 (65)

    9/1/1995

    Odenton Family recalls tokens W J M NV R 29mm te rev 5 George McPherson Dorsey Road McPherson station of the WB A RR Believed to have used tokens William R Mevshaw Quarterfield Road Glen Burnie Believed to have used tokens 7 1BKT R 21mm pe 1BKT R 21mm te die struck C A N Charles Adam Neidert Elvation Checks reported of values 1 5 10 15 100 500 J E nunn J E Nunn Severn reported to have used tokens J N Zechariah Johnson John Neidert Pasadena 1 Oc 25 R 24mm pe 5 R 22mm fe 3var 50 Cl 28mm pe 10 Sh 23x25mm pe 100 Sc 25mm be R G N 7 50 Sc 27mm be R M N 7 5 R 24mm be G counterstamped over M G on rev O II H 0 Harrv Owens 1891 1969 Smith Station Elmhurst Peter Anna Browskie s


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    The TNA News, March-April 2013

    3/1/2013

    much it will cost to produce Program Christian used our new projector to show everyone how small differences in some coins can mean a huge difference in the value District Five DALLAS JANUARY MEETING Meeting 1016 was called to order by President Allen Scott There were 31 present and we welcomed the following visitors James Lemons Ken FHart Jose Serrano Sherri Ross Gwen Oliver and Eddie nunn Gary Dobbins passed out ballots for voting on the Program of the Year for 2012 The winning program speaker will be announced at the next meeting Certificates for all of the 2012 programs have been ordered from the ANA and will also be presented in February FHeritage calendars and PCGS calendars were given out to members by Stewart FHuckaby Charlie Mead and Frank Clark Since the Dallas Coin


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3 (65)

    9/1/1995

    Odenton Family recalls tokens W J M NV R 29mm te rev 5 George McPherson Dorsey Road McPherson station of the WB A RR Believed to have used tokens William R Mevshaw Quarterfield Road Glen Burnie Believed to have used tokens 7 1BKT R 21mm pe 1BKT R 21mm te die struck C A N Charles Adam Neidert Elvation Checks reported of values 1 5 10 15 100 500 J E nunn J E Nunn Severn reported to have used tokens J N Zechariah Johnson John Neidert Pasadena 1 Oc 25 R 24mm pe 5 R 22mm fe 3var 50 Cl 28mm pe 10 Sh 23x25mm pe 100 Sc 25mm be R G N 7 50 Sc 27mm be R M N 7 5 R 24mm be G counterstamped over M G on rev O II H 0 Harrv Owens 1891 1969 Smith Station Elmhurst Peter Anna Browskie s


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    Auction Fifty-Four



    61 J L D J RIKEN NYC XF Scattered field marks A 723 663 RISLEY McCOLLUM S HIPPO DROME NYC VF E 724 672 ROBBINS ROYCE HARD NYC Baker 569 VF XF Rulau has wrong reverse photo 20 struck B C 725 731 ROOT CO DAGUERRIAN GALLERY NYC Brown Unc C 726 833 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC XF B 727 835 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS AU Minor spots C 728 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC VF A 729 847 STRASSBURGER NUNN NYC Baker 576D Unc B 730 900 A D THOMPSON NYC XF C 731 921 A TREDWELL KISSAM CO NYC VF Some old dark verdigris within the letters C 732 921 B TREDWELL KISSAM CO VF XF Remains of silvering E 733 941 HORACE WATERS NYC NY NY 364 XF A B 734 945 URIAH WELCH NYC R B AU B 735 949 H B WEST NYC XF AU B 736 SAME


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    Auction Sixty One



    3 RISLEY McCOLLUM S HIPPODROME NYC Holed and dark Fine C D 752 A B SAGE CO NYC City Hall Wall St Bright Unc C 754 A B SAGE CO NYC R B Unc Sir Henry Clinton s House B 759 A B SAGE CO NYC Baker 571 Lightly toned AU B 819 SMITH HARTMANN NYC Bright AU Quite scarce in white metal C 840F JOSEPH STINER CO NYC but c s T XF C 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC XF B 846 STRASSBURGER NUNN XF B 883 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC R B Unc B C 889C J M TAYLOR N Y C bold c s on a well worn 1853 arrows rays quarter C 891 TAYLOR RICHARDS NYC VF XF A few rx digs A B 921 A TREDWELL KISSAM CO NYC VF Obv edge dent at 1 00 C D 949 H B WEST NYC VF XF A 968 WM P WOODCOCK NY Bright AU Planchet slightly wavy


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    Token and Medal Auction #33



    90 NY 663 RISLEY MCCOLLUM S HIPPODROME F Triangular hole at top 91 Same Choice AU with only minor spots Scarce PLATE 92 NY 736 but Liberty Bell with dashes Slabaugh 46 10 CEO P ROWELL AU 93 NY 762 A B SAGE CO Red Unc 94 NY 764 NC 21a A B SAGE CO Dark AU 95 NY 768 A B SAGE CO Unc A few small field digs 96 NY 841 Sny 15 STRASSBURCER nunn XF 97 NY 842 Sny 16 STRASSBURCER NUNN Unc 98 NY 877 TALBOT ALLUM LEE VC F 99 NY 881 TALBOT ALLUM LEE F VF 100 NY 889 J M TAYLOR c s on 1853 quarter VC 101 Same VC 102 NY 889 C but c s on 1781 2R M TAYLOR G 103 NY 948 H B WEST R B Unc 104 NY 955 A WISE XF 105 NY 964 WOOD S MINSTRELS VF XF Several small edge dents 106 Same AU 107 NY 1006 Y


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    Token and Medal Auction #36, Part 2



    597 Same porous XF AU 598 NY 841 AU STRASSBURCER nunn 599 NY 841 A XF STRASSBURCER NUNN 600 NY 875 VF Many rx scrs SWIFT AND FARGO 601 NY 890 VF C TAYLOR SON 602 NY 891 Dark VF TAYLOR RICHARDS 603 NY 915 PL Unc TRAPHACEN HUNTER CO 604 NY 941 Unc HORACE WATERS 605 NY 942 AU HORACE WATERS 606 NY 945 Unc Minor discoloration URIAH WELCH 607 NY 949 XF H B WEST 608 Same AU 609 NY 955 XF A WISE 61


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    Auction Fifty-Four



    61 J L D J RIKEN NYC XF Scattered field marks A 723 663 RISLEY McCOLLUM S HIPPO DROME NYC VF E 724 672 ROBBINS ROYCE HARD NYC Baker 569 VF XF Rulau has wrong reverse photo 20 struck B C 725 731 ROOT CO DAGUERRIAN GALLERY NYC Brown Unc C 726 833 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC XF B 727 835 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS AU Minor spots C 728 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC VF A 729 847 STRASSBURGER NUNN NYC Baker 576D Unc B 730 900 A D THOMPSON NYC XF C 731 921 A TREDWELL KISSAM CO NYC VF Some old dark verdigris within the letters C 732 921 B TREDWELL KISSAM CO VF XF Remains of silvering E 733 941 HORACE WATERS NYC NY NY 364 XF A B 734 945 URIAH WELCH NYC R B AU B 735 949 H B WEST NYC XF AU B 736 SAME


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    Auction Sixty One



    3 RISLEY McCOLLUM S HIPPODROME NYC Holed and dark Fine C D 752 A B SAGE CO NYC City Hall Wall St Bright Unc C 754 A B SAGE CO NYC R B Unc Sir Henry Clinton s House B 759 A B SAGE CO NYC Baker 571 Lightly toned AU B 819 SMITH HARTMANN NYC Bright AU Quite scarce in white metal C 840F JOSEPH STINER CO NYC but c s T XF C 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC XF B 846 STRASSBURGER NUNN XF B 883 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC R B Unc B C 889C J M TAYLOR N Y C bold c s on a well worn 1853 arrows rays quarter C 891 TAYLOR RICHARDS NYC VF XF A few rx digs A B 921 A TREDWELL KISSAM CO NYC VF Obv edge dent at 1 00 C D 949 H B WEST NYC VF XF A 968 WM P WOODCOCK NY Bright AU Planchet slightly wavy


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    Token and Medal Auction #33



    90 NY 663 RISLEY MCCOLLUM S HIPPODROME F Triangular hole at top 91 Same Choice AU with only minor spots Scarce PLATE 92 NY 736 but Liberty Bell with dashes Slabaugh 46 10 CEO P ROWELL AU 93 NY 762 A B SAGE CO Red Unc 94 NY 764 NC 21a A B SAGE CO Dark AU 95 NY 768 A B SAGE CO Unc A few small field digs 96 NY 841 Sny 15 STRASSBURCER nunn XF 97 NY 842 Sny 16 STRASSBURCER NUNN Unc 98 NY 877 TALBOT ALLUM LEE VC F 99 NY 881 TALBOT ALLUM LEE F VF 100 NY 889 J M TAYLOR c s on 1853 quarter VC 101 Same VC 102 NY 889 C but c s on 1781 2R M TAYLOR G 103 NY 948 H B WEST R B Unc 104 NY 955 A WISE XF 105 NY 964 WOOD S MINSTRELS VF XF Several small edge dents 106 Same AU 107 NY 1006 Y


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    Token and Medal Auction #36, Part 2



    597 Same porous XF AU 598 NY 841 AU STRASSBURCER nunn 599 NY 841 A XF STRASSBURCER NUNN 600 NY 875 VF Many rx scrs SWIFT AND FARGO 601 NY 890 VF C TAYLOR SON 602 NY 891 Dark VF TAYLOR RICHARDS 603 NY 915 PL Unc TRAPHACEN HUNTER CO 604 NY 941 Unc HORACE WATERS 605 NY 942 AU HORACE WATERS 606 NY 945 Unc Minor discoloration URIAH WELCH 607 NY 949 XF H B WEST 608 Same AU 609 NY 955 XF A WISE 61


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    Auction Fifty-Four



    61 J L D J RIKEN NYC XF Scattered field marks A 723 663 RISLEY McCOLLUM S HIPPO DROME NYC VF E 724 672 ROBBINS ROYCE HARD NYC Baker 569 VF XF Rulau has wrong reverse photo 20 struck B C 725 731 ROOT CO DAGUERRIAN GALLERY NYC Brown Unc C 726 833 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC XF B 727 835 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS AU Minor spots C 728 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC VF A 729 847 STRASSBURGER NUNN NYC Baker 576D Unc B 730 900 A D THOMPSON NYC XF C 731 921 A TREDWELL KISSAM CO NYC VF Some old dark verdigris within the letters C 732 921 B TREDWELL KISSAM CO VF XF Remains of silvering E 733 941 HORACE WATERS NYC NY NY 364 XF A B 734 945 URIAH WELCH NYC R B AU B 735 949 H B WEST NYC XF AU B 736 SAME


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    Auction Sixty One



    3 RISLEY McCOLLUM S HIPPODROME NYC Holed and dark Fine C D 752 A B SAGE CO NYC City Hall Wall St Bright Unc C 754 A B SAGE CO NYC R B Unc Sir Henry Clinton s House B 759 A B SAGE CO NYC Baker 571 Lightly toned AU B 819 SMITH HARTMANN NYC Bright AU Quite scarce in white metal C 840F JOSEPH STINER CO NYC but c s T XF C 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC XF B 846 STRASSBURGER NUNN XF B 883 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC R B Unc B C 889C J M TAYLOR N Y C bold c s on a well worn 1853 arrows rays quarter C 891 TAYLOR RICHARDS NYC VF XF A few rx digs A B 921 A TREDWELL KISSAM CO NYC VF Obv edge dent at 1 00 C D 949 H B WEST NYC VF XF A 968 WM P WOODCOCK NY Bright AU Planchet slightly wavy


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    Token and Medal Auction #33



    90 NY 663 RISLEY MCCOLLUM S HIPPODROME F Triangular hole at top 91 Same Choice AU with only minor spots Scarce PLATE 92 NY 736 but Liberty Bell with dashes Slabaugh 46 10 CEO P ROWELL AU 93 NY 762 A B SAGE CO Red Unc 94 NY 764 NC 21a A B SAGE CO Dark AU 95 NY 768 A B SAGE CO Unc A few small field digs 96 NY 841 Sny 15 STRASSBURCER nunn XF 97 NY 842 Sny 16 STRASSBURCER NUNN Unc 98 NY 877 TALBOT ALLUM LEE VC F 99 NY 881 TALBOT ALLUM LEE F VF 100 NY 889 J M TAYLOR c s on 1853 quarter VC 101 Same VC 102 NY 889 C but c s on 1781 2R M TAYLOR G 103 NY 948 H B WEST R B Unc 104 NY 955 A WISE XF 105 NY 964 WOOD S MINSTRELS VF XF Several small edge dents 106 Same AU 107 NY 1006 Y


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    Token and Medal Auction #36, Part 2



    597 Same porous XF AU 598 NY 841 AU STRASSBURCER nunn 599 NY 841 A XF STRASSBURCER NUNN 600 NY 875 VF Many rx scrs SWIFT AND FARGO 601 NY 890 VF C TAYLOR SON 602 NY 891 Dark VF TAYLOR RICHARDS 603 NY 915 PL Unc TRAPHACEN HUNTER CO 604 NY 941 Unc HORACE WATERS 605 NY 942 AU HORACE WATERS 606 NY 945 Unc Minor discoloration URIAH WELCH 607 NY 949 XF H B WEST 608 Same AU 609 NY 955 XF A WISE 61


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    The TNA News, March-April 2013

    3/1/2013

    much it will cost to produce Program Christian used our new projector to show everyone how small differences in some coins can mean a huge difference in the value District Five DALLAS JANUARY MEETING Meeting 1016 was called to order by President Allen Scott There were 31 present and we welcomed the following visitors James Lemons Ken FHart Jose Serrano Sherri Ross Gwen Oliver and Eddie nunn Gary Dobbins passed out ballots for voting on the Program of the Year for 2012 The winning program speaker will be announced at the next meeting Certificates for all of the 2012 programs have been ordered from the ANA and will also be presented in February FHeritage calendars and PCGS calendars were given out to members by Stewart FHuckaby Charlie Mead and Frank Clark Since the Dallas Coin


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3 (65)

    9/1/1995

    Odenton Family recalls tokens W J M NV R 29mm te rev 5 George McPherson Dorsey Road McPherson station of the WB A RR Believed to have used tokens William R Mevshaw Quarterfield Road Glen Burnie Believed to have used tokens 7 1BKT R 21mm pe 1BKT R 21mm te die struck C A N Charles Adam Neidert Elvation Checks reported of values 1 5 10 15 100 500 J E nunn J E Nunn Severn reported to have used tokens J N Zechariah Johnson John Neidert Pasadena 1 Oc 25 R 24mm pe 5 R 22mm fe 3var 50 Cl 28mm pe 10 Sh 23x25mm pe 100 Sc 25mm be R G N 7 50 Sc 27mm be R M N 7 5 R 24mm be G counterstamped over M G on rev O II H 0 Harrv Owens 1891 1969 Smith Station Elmhurst Peter Anna Browskie s


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 52]

    /1896

    hier in place of C L Stone Hillsboro Hill County National Bank E M Turner Vice Pres J A La Brayer Cashier in place of S F Sullenberger Citizens National Bank G D Tarlton Vice Pres in place of A T Rose Honey Grove Planters National Bank J T Holt Pres in place of Joseph Meyer Peyton Wheeler Vice President in place J M Petty Ladonia Weldon National Bank W G nunn Pres in place of C W T Weldon no Vice Pres in place of W G Nunn McGregor First National Bank S Arnsler Pres instead of Acting Pres no Asst Cashier in place of Sam F Sewell Rockdale First National Bank R H Hicks Vice Pres in place of B Lowenstein San Angelo San Angelo National Bank Charles W Hobbs Vice Pres in place of M a Pulliam Stephenville First National B


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    Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Quarterly Journal: Volume 7, No. 3

    9/1/1988 Numismatics Periodicals

    I trust this is responsive to your inquiry William B Glidden Assistant Director Legal Advisory Services Division it 427 May 9 1988 Mr J R nunn President Independent Bankers Association of America One Thomas Circle N W Suite 950 Washington D C 20005 5802 Dear Mr Nunn I am writing in response to your letter to Comptroller Clarke dated March 24 1988 which requests a ruling on the authority of national banks to purchase stock in the Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation Farmer Mac Farmer Mac is intended to facilitate the s


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    The Numismatist, November 1939

    11/1/1939 ANA Numismatist

    l be further discussed Open discussion was had on the Central New York Convention to be held in Rochester on October 21 Mr Donlon displayed a number of nice coins and attracted quite a lot of interest with his cabinet which he finds very handy for transporting a collec tion of coins the glass covered trays being removable The highlight of the evening was a very interesting talk by J Harold nunn president of the Hackettstown National Bank on the use of money as a medium of exchange Mr Nunn took us back to early times when cattle were used for bartering The word capital was derived from a Latin phrase meaning heads of animals Later amber and other jewelry was used in China as a medium of exchange The first round coins were used by the Lydians in Asia Minor about 700 to 600 B


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    Auction Fifty-Four



    61 J L D J RIKEN NYC XF Scattered field marks A 723 663 RISLEY McCOLLUM S HIPPO DROME NYC VF E 724 672 ROBBINS ROYCE HARD NYC Baker 569 VF XF Rulau has wrong reverse photo 20 struck B C 725 731 ROOT CO DAGUERRIAN GALLERY NYC Brown Unc C 726 833 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC XF B 727 835 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS AU Minor spots C 728 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC VF A 729 847 STRASSBURGER NUNN NYC Baker 576D Unc B 730 900 A D THOMPSON NYC XF C 731 921 A TREDWELL KISSAM CO NYC VF Some old dark verdigris within the letters C 732 921 B TREDWELL KISSAM CO VF XF Remains of silvering E 733 941 HORACE WATERS NYC NY NY 364 XF A B 734 945 URIAH WELCH NYC R B AU B 735 949 H B WEST NYC XF AU B 736 SAME


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    Auction Sixty One



    3 RISLEY McCOLLUM S HIPPODROME NYC Holed and dark Fine C D 752 A B SAGE CO NYC City Hall Wall St Bright Unc C 754 A B SAGE CO NYC R B Unc Sir Henry Clinton s House B 759 A B SAGE CO NYC Baker 571 Lightly toned AU B 819 SMITH HARTMANN NYC Bright AU Quite scarce in white metal C 840F JOSEPH STINER CO NYC but c s T XF C 841 STRASSBURGER nunn NYC XF B 846 STRASSBURGER NUNN XF B 883 LEWIS L SQUIRE SONS NYC R B Unc B C 889C J M TAYLOR N Y C bold c s on a well worn 1853 arrows rays quarter C 891 TAYLOR RICHARDS NYC VF XF A few rx digs A B 921 A TREDWELL KISSAM CO NYC VF Obv edge dent at 1 00 C D 949 H B WEST NYC VF XF A 968 WM P WOODCOCK NY Bright AU Planchet slightly wavy


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    Token and Medal Auction #33



    90 NY 663 RISLEY MCCOLLUM S HIPPODROME F Triangular hole at top 91 Same Choice AU with only minor spots Scarce PLATE 92 NY 736 but Liberty Bell with dashes Slabaugh 46 10 CEO P ROWELL AU 93 NY 762 A B SAGE CO Red Unc 94 NY 764 NC 21a A B SAGE CO Dark AU 95 NY 768 A B SAGE CO Unc A few small field digs 96 NY 841 Sny 15 STRASSBURCER nunn XF 97 NY 842 Sny 16 STRASSBURCER NUNN Unc 98 NY 877 TALBOT ALLUM LEE VC F 99 NY 881 TALBOT ALLUM LEE F VF 100 NY 889 J M TAYLOR c s on 1853 quarter VC 101 Same VC 102 NY 889 C but c s on 1781 2R M TAYLOR G 103 NY 948 H B WEST R B Unc 104 NY 955 A WISE XF 105 NY 964 WOOD S MINSTRELS VF XF Several small edge dents 106 Same AU 107 NY 1006 Y


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    Token and Medal Auction #36, Part 2



    597 Same porous XF AU 598 NY 841 AU STRASSBURCER nunn 599 NY 841 A XF STRASSBURCER NUNN 600 NY 875 VF Many rx scrs SWIFT AND FARGO 601 NY 890 VF C TAYLOR SON 602 NY 891 Dark VF TAYLOR RICHARDS 603 NY 915 PL Unc TRAPHACEN HUNTER CO 604 NY 941 Unc HORACE WATERS 605 NY 942 AU HORACE WATERS 606 NY 945 Unc Minor discoloration URIAH WELCH 607 NY 949 XF H B WEST 608 Same AU 609 NY 955 XF A WISE 61


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1900)

    1/1/1900

    ting the records in his custody to be used for any other purpose than the col lection of the revenue and reserve for his own determination all matters of that character Treas Dec 1900 Int Rev No 104 177 U S R 459 DECISIONS IN THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS AND IN THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OP APPEALS DISCOUNT ON BEER STAMPS WM GEBST SKEWING CO V D A nunn COLLECTOR OE INTERNAL REVENUE EIFIH DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE A suit was brought by William Gerst trading under the name and style of Wm Gerst Brewing Company to recover from Collector D A Nurin fifth district of Tennessee the sum of 1810 75 In this case an order was given to Collector Nunn for stamps July 23 1897 July 24 about 9 o clock in the morning the stamps were furnished the d


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1900)

    1/1/1900

    arine on his own account and as having sold it and therefore must be regarded as a wholesale dealer in oleomargarine and required to pay special tax accordingly even though he show that he acted solely for the accommodation of the person to whom the oleomargarine was delivered by him and that he derived no profit therefrom Treas Dec 1900 Int Rev No 2 SPECIAL TAX RECTIFIER STAKE V nunn COLLECTOK FIFTH TENNESSEE A suit was instituted against Collector Nunn bj H M Stark in the U S Circuit Court for the recovery of special tax as rectifier The question involved was what constitutes a rectifier under the defini tion in the internal revenue laws It was held that a retail liquor dealer who mixes whisky sugar and water and puts the same in jugs and bottles keeping it in


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    The TNA News, March-April 2013

    3/1/2013

    much it will cost to produce Program Christian used our new projector to show everyone how small differences in some coins can mean a huge difference in the value District Five DALLAS JANUARY MEETING Meeting 1016 was called to order by President Allen Scott There were 31 present and we welcomed the following visitors James Lemons Ken FHart Jose Serrano Sherri Ross Gwen Oliver and Eddie nunn Gary Dobbins passed out ballots for voting on the Program of the Year for 2012 The winning program speaker will be announced at the next meeting Certificates for all of the 2012 programs have been ordered from the ANA and will also be presented in February FHeritage calendars and PCGS calendars were given out to members by Stewart FHuckaby Charlie Mead and Frank Clark Since the Dallas Coin


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3 (65)

    9/1/1995

    Odenton Family recalls tokens W J M NV R 29mm te rev 5 George McPherson Dorsey Road McPherson station of the WB A RR Believed to have used tokens William R Mevshaw Quarterfield Road Glen Burnie Believed to have used tokens 7 1BKT R 21mm pe 1BKT R 21mm te die struck C A N Charles Adam Neidert Elvation Checks reported of values 1 5 10 15 100 500 J E nunn J E Nunn Severn reported to have used tokens J N Zechariah Johnson John Neidert Pasadena 1 Oc 25 R 24mm pe 5 R 22mm fe 3var 50 Cl 28mm pe 10 Sh 23x25mm pe 100 Sc 25mm be R G N 7 50 Sc 27mm be R M N 7 5 R 24mm be G counterstamped over M G on rev O II H 0 Harrv Owens 1891 1969 Smith Station Elmhurst Peter Anna Browskie s


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 52]

    /1896

    hier in place of C L Stone Hillsboro Hill County National Bank E M Turner Vice Pres J A La Brayer Cashier in place of S F Sullenberger Citizens National Bank G D Tarlton Vice Pres in place of A T Rose Honey Grove Planters National Bank J T Holt Pres in place of Joseph Meyer Peyton Wheeler Vice President in place J M Petty Ladonia Weldon National Bank W G nunn Pres in place of C W T Weldon no Vice Pres in place of W G Nunn McGregor First National Bank S Arnsler Pres instead of Acting Pres no Asst Cashier in place of Sam F Sewell Rockdale First National Bank R H Hicks Vice Pres in place of B Lowenstein San Angelo San Angelo National Bank Charles W Hobbs Vice Pres in place of M a Pulliam Stephenville First National B


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    The Numismatist, November 1939

    11/1/1939 ANA Numismatist

    l be further discussed Open discussion was had on the Central New York Convention to be held in Rochester on October 21 Mr Donlon displayed a number of nice coins and attracted quite a lot of interest with his cabinet which he finds very handy for transporting a collec tion of coins the glass covered trays being removable The highlight of the evening was a very interesting talk by J Harold nunn president of the Hackettstown National Bank on the use of money as a medium of exchange Mr Nunn took us back to early times when cattle were used for bartering The word capital was derived from a Latin phrase meaning heads of animals Later amber and other jewelry was used in China as a medium of exchange The first round coins were used by the Lydians in Asia Minor about 700 to 600 B


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    The Numismatist, 1945

    1/1/1945 ANA Numismatist

    l An interesting extemporaneous talk on some of the history behind the Jersey coppers was made by Mr Douglas and enjoyed by all CHARLES M BAKER Secretary LEHIGH VALLEY COIN CLUB The 68th regular meeting was held on December 14th at the Shrine Club Allentown Pa with 31 mem bers and guests in attendance Five new members were received into the Club Ira Reed of Philadelphia and J H nunn of Hackettstown N J were present Mr Nunn had a fine display of coins and a choice lot of coins for the auction The following officers were elected for 1945 President Forrest Smith vice president Arthur Smith secretary Kenneth B Lobb treasurer Claude Eckert executive committee Forrest Smith Ernest Acker and Edward Hortzell It was decided to hold the next meeting on January 18t


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    The Numismatist, 1945

    1/1/1945 ANA Numismatist

    held at Tucker s Garage Main St Stroudsburg Pa Nov 15 K LOBB Secretary LEHIGH VALLEY COIN CLUB The Annual Banquet was held at the Indian Queen Hotel Stroudsburg Pa October 25 at 7 30 p m with 88 members and guests present Forrest Smith Pres of the Club acted as Toastmaster Rev La Buda led in prayer A turkey dinner with all the trimmings wm served AJter the dinner Mr nunn and his guest from Hackettstown N J favored us with their splendid music Our honored guest and speaker was Myron B Schumacher Assistant Curator Chase Na tional Bank Collection of Moneys of the World He had with him a fine display of coins from 2100 B C to the present time The talk on money from that time to the present time was well received and a rising vote of thanks was g iven Mr


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    The Numismatist, 1945

    1/1/1945 ANA Numismatist

    held at Tucker s Garage Main St Stroudsburg Pa Nov 16 K LOBB Secretary LEHIGH VALLEY COIN CLUB The Annual Banquet was held at the Indian Queen Hotel Stroudsburg Pa October 26 at 7 30 p m with 88 members and guests present Forrest Smith Pres of the Club acted as Toastmaster Rev La Buda led in prayer A turkey dinner with all the trimmings wm served After the dinner Mr nunn and his guest from Hackettstown N J favored us with their splendid music Our honored guest and speaker was Myron B Schumacher Assistant Curator Chase Na tional Bank Collection of Moneys of the World He had with him a fine display of coins from 2100 B C to the present time The talk on money from that time to the present time was well received and a rising vote of thanks was given Mr


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    The Numismatist, 1945

    1/1/1945 ANA Numismatist

    n Legion Post April 19 with 26 members and guests present H N Shepherds acted as President Allentown Pa at the Y M C A on May 17 will be the next meeting place of the Club Prizes will be awarded at each meeting for the best display of numismatic material Final plans were made for National Coin Week K Lobb won the door prize of the evening The speaker for this meeting was Harold nunn of Hackettstown N J Mr Nunn used


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