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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine (pg. 94)

    11/25/1968 Numismatics; Periodicals

    ted in a Dutch language book Hans Schulman said The New York dealer added If a collector deals with an auction house associated with the Professional Numismatists Guild or International Association of Professional Numismatists he is always sure to be protected completely Mistakes in auction catalogs indicate we are human The only requirement is that they be corrected and they always are o'hea Suit Alleges Breach Of Contract Coin dealer Bernard M O Hea fil ed suit against coin dealer Herbert Feinberg in California Superior court San Bernardino County alleg ing breach of contract and asking for an accounting O Hea is seeking 25 000 plus a share in the profits of numismatic items allegedly delivered by O Hea to Feinberg since a written contract was entered into about February 20


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    American Numismatic Society Magazine: Spring 2005 (pg. 58)

    3/1/2005 Numismatics Periodicals

    k of one s own life a considerable number have been consequently and not surprisingly awarded posthu mously In all but two cases the VC has been awarded under combat situ ations One of our recent inquiries from Australian Peter Quinlivian concerned a renowned example in the Society s marvelous international collection of orders and decorations This piece was awarded in 1867 to Timothy o'hea for conspicuous courage under circumstances of great danger It is one of only two VCs ever given for action outside of wartime and the only one ever grant ed for action taking place in Canada Dated June 19 1866 our example is currently attributed as an old replace ment copy The young Irishman Private O Hea of the Rifle Brigade 1st Battalion Prince Consort s Own was accom panying a


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    Seaby's Coin and Medal Bulletin: September 1954 (pg. 16)

    9/1/1954 Numismatic Periodicals

    with that shown in the records of Messrs Hancock the firm which manufactures the insignia The conclusion of Mr E J Martin author of the article is that neither Cross is the original one and he suggests that Corbett having sold his genuine Cross in 1883 had more specimens made from time to time to sell and raise money It is not stated when Corbett died but he was alive in 1904 Pte o'hea V C Rifle Brigade The Bulletin of the Military Historical Society May 1954 contains another article also by Mr E J Martin on the analogous case of Pte O Hea in respect of whom also two V C insignia exist O Hea was lost in the Australian bush and in 1905 his V C which he had left in safe keeping before he disappeared was handed to the director of the New South Wales Art Gallery in


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    The Numismatist, January 1994 (pg. 17)

    1/1/1994 ANA Numismatist

    LETTERS The Forgotten Genius of Numismatics He ate he drank and he traveled the world collecting coins and a wealth of stories that early in my numis matic career held me spellbound He was Barney o'hea one of the great characters of numismatics After reading Q David Bowers article about Walter Breen in the July 1993 issue of The Numismatist The Numismatic Legacy of Walter Breen p 942 I was reminded of the rogue Barney O Hea for one simple reason he was truly a nu mismatic genius Although each was unique there were a number of similarities be tween Walter and Barney Both were f


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    Coin World [12/21/1966] (pg. 51)

    12/21/1966

    ing your letter that collectors should refuse to pur chase restrikes let me assure you that you are NOT alone in your opinion I also feel that some of these so called Proofs of a certain European country being offered for sale are noth ing more than restrikes These Proofs are sup posed to be offered for sale for the first time Miller noted That too is for the birds Beniard M o'hea San Fran cisco Calif operator of Numor um Trust Reg in Vaduz Liech tenstein stated Most recently the gold coins of Hungary have come under attack by a trade paper and sundry coin mer chants It might be of interest to objectively review the gold coinage in order to ascertain the purpose of the attacks and throw light on the subject mat ter After giving a general review of Hun


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    Calcoin News, vol. 8, no. 6 (pg. 17)

    11/1/1954

    d new type holder Harry Barnhill souvenir of the U S capitol made from destroyed U S bills H F Bowker new issue Okinawa paper money 5 cents to 1 Michael K Carr scrapbook of Coin Corner clippings by D L Rhodes which had appeared in the Vallejo newspaper Walter Gerth ancient Roman and Greek coins and an exhibit of ships on coins A G K Jakobsen U S patterns and proofs B N o'hea coins of the Far East Yemen Mang Ahmad and Madi Earl A Parker Westphalia billion mark 1923 and gold of Mexico Peru and Austria John E Ohls 1 and 2 real procla mation pieces of Charles IV Ferdi nand VII and Isabella II Don L Rhodes obsolete currency the Kirt land Safety Society 1837 5 and 10 signed by Joseph Smith Jr and Sid ney Rigdon F C Powell coin freaks and U


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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine (pg. 27)

    5/1/1966 Numismatics; Periodicals

    om 101 State Office Bldg Indi anapolis Design is by Warner Williams and struck by Medallic Art Co A pioneer cabin in foreground with modern skyline in background features the obverse reverse is State Seal The tulips on obv represent State tree Available in silver 21 inch 2000 25 00 silver 1 inch 10 000 10 bronze 2V inch 4 00 bronze IV 2 inch 1 00 Bronze pieces unlimited o'hea to Auction Nizam of Hyderabad Collection B M O Hea of Numorum Trust Lichtenstein writes from Hyderabad that he will sell the gold coin col lection of the Nizam of Hyderabad at auction Among the unusual items reported by O Hea are Faridkhot State previously un known Mohurs of the Raja Sri Har inda Singh AD 1941 on his jubilee Kashmir Dogra up to and including AD 1941 RRR Mewar Udai


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    Coin World [05/25/1961] (pg. 6)

    5/25/1961

    s to collect the political items included tintypes cardboard and celluloid buttons A collection of 144 historical American tokens and a display case of Nazi items were included You can t replace the political buttons even with money Chit tock isaid The theft occurred between 7 10 and 9 30 o clock on the evening previous to the opening of the convention gave Smith a check for 500 and o'hea two checks one for 410 and the other for 445 Higgins whose last known Min neapolis address was 3115 N 5th Street has been sought since 1957 on a bad check charge in Minneapolis O Hea s attorney offers a 200 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Hig gins The law firm address is Hersch and Iladfield 1255 Post Street San Francisco 8 Calif Higgins is described


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    Coin World [07/20/1962] (pg. 64)

    7/20/1962

    Lorge 72 to 120 poge tabloid weekly Numismatic Newspaper filled with the latest Coin News Pictures and Advertisements of U S and Canadian Deolcrs Coin Price Trepds featured weekly My Name Street Address City Zone State Office Use Only RENEWAL NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN U S CANADA FOREIGN 52 wks 4 00 52 wks 4 50 52 wks 6 00 7 20 104 wks 7 00 104 wks 8 00 104 wks 11 00 o'hea Booked Pockets Full Of Rare Coins Bernard M O Hea 40 1255 Post Street San Francisco arrested when his rented car slammed into a utility pole had an estimated 16 140 in rare American coins in his pocket O Hea insisted that the coins were legitimately acquired said that he was a salesman for a Polk Street coin dealing firm He said the 20 gold pieces had been purchased in London and passe


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    Calcoin News, vol. 9, no. 4 (pg. 16)

    7/1/1955

    er Erich Werling and the Wells Fargo Bank Historical Society Exhibits were placed in stores public libra ries hotels and banks Newspaper radio and TV publicity were given the event The following made exhibits Ken Allen Madeline Bergman Clifford Bloom Lt Cmdr H F Bowker Alan Craig Mrs Harry Cutler Jim Ferguson Julian Fulton F E How ard A G K Jakobsen Les Lodge Barney o'hea John E Ohls Gerald Perry Don Rhodes Paul Snedaker and Bill Tivol Our 40th Anniversary Banquet committee reported reservations are now being taken Date is June 29 at 7 p m at Roselli House of Famous Food 3601 California St Contact Paul Snedaker treasurer for reser vations Out of town visitors are welcome The March 30 meeting was attend d by 35 members and five visitors Pres


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    The Numismatic Review and Coin Galleries Fixed Price List (pg. 10)

    /1964 Numismatics Periodicals

    announced It may be an indication of the mentality of the faker that he doesn t grasp that it is the date of the action which should appear and not the date of the official announcement This brings to mind an interesting experience I had a number of years ago with a remarkably fine V C forgery Purely by chance I happened to come across a reference in the press to the presentation of Timothy o'hea s Cross to a Museum in Australia My interest was immediately aroused because I knew that the Museum of the Ameri can Numismatic Society in New York had received the O Hea V C as a gift almost forty years before As Chairman of the Committee on Orders and Decorations at the Society I took steps to set a formal inquiry in motion Our Cross was sent to London where a Board composed of a member


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    The Numismatist, 1943 (pg. 986)

    1/1/1943 ANA Numismatist

    THE NUMISMATIST December 1943 1015 NEW AND RECENT ISSUES Bernard McL o'hea of San Antonio has sent in the new Mexican 20 centavos bronze 1943 showing on the obverse the Temple of the Sun at Teotihuacin and in the background the mountain peaks of Popocatepetl and Ixtaxihuatl The reverse has the well known national arms Plain edge 154 grains This was issued to alleviate the shortage of change caused by hoarding the silver 20 and 50 centavos and the peso Mr O Hea


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    The Numismatist, June 1955 (pg. 56)

    6/1/1955 ANA Numismatist

    The following had coin displays Made line Bergman Clifford Bloom Mrs Harry Cutler Julius Fulton Walter Gerth R A Helete Roy Hill F E Howard C V Happen C L Liss Les Lodge Kurt Loret Barney o'hea John E Ohls E A Parker F C Powell D L Redfleld D L Rhodes N Slobodchikoff Paul Sned aker and Leo Young The most unusual was a 12 pound pestal shaped wife buy ing money called ensuba from the French Cameroons of Africa exhibited by C V Kappen An auction was con ducted Meetings the last Wednesday of each month Visitors welcome MRS EULA C JACOBSEN Secretary PACIFIC


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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine (pg. 21)

    9/20/1959 Numismatics; Periodicals

    e rise and fall of the price of cotton until exhaustion of the land and the boll weevil forced more diversification of crops Steel and coal production have likewise been expanded Yet much that was true yesterday is still true today Alabama is still predominately an agricultural state Birmingham is still a leading steel producer and Montgomery is still the capital Dealer Recuperating Bernard o'hea contacted infecti ous hepatitis in Cuba and subse quently suffered a serious nervous breakdown which required sana torium rest care O Hea is now fur ther recuperating in the country and expects to be back in business in the near future Gold Still Being Melted Despite the circular issued by the Federal Reserve Banks calling at tention to the fact that all U S gold coins except the 19


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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine (pg. 13)

    12/1/1964 Numismatics; Periodicals

    uent issues often replete with special printing errors In the last few months it appears that a similar pattern is developing in foreign coins Foreign proof set have become magic words with price quotations soaring Collectors and investors have bombarded the few foreign mints that supply proofs with orders of a magnitude far outstripping current output Seeing the apparent success of Barney o'hea s Liechtenstein head quarters getting in on the ground floor of new issues other Americans are jetting over the world too in search of new foreign proof set countries Whether they have the luck or the imagination of O Hea re mains to be seen Barney has imagi nation and foresight as he was the dealer who introduced U S coins by the bag to the numismatic scene In 1955 he started advertisi


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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine (pg. 32)

    5/1/1966 Numismatics; Periodicals

    23gLjrL_Z2 Sun Yat sen Centennial Set B M o'hea reports that Formosa has completely sold out the gold 2 000 and 1 000 yuan commemoratives for the Centenary of the Birth of Dr Sun Yat sen 10 000 sets were struck They were housed in separate cases the 2 000 in jade green and 1 000 in plum The cases are serially numbered He reports that 30 000 of the 4 piece silver and nickel coin sets have been sold and they are still available These sets


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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine (pg. 24)

    6/1/1966 Numismatics; Periodicals

    rw ar rA Cua umL Cowa oft Hut UJffJjcL Bank Initials Changed The 1965 issue of the Costa Rica 50 centavos retains the same design a s on previous issue how ever the initials of the bank have been changed from BNCR to BCCR Banco Central de Costa Rica instead of Banco Nacional Specimen for illustration cour tesy of Lauren Benson Barney s Foreign Report B M o'hea Numorum Trust Reg reports from Liechtenstein that Poland will issue a silver 10 zloty for 1000th anniversary One piece for circulation and two pat terns for collectors The latter in small quantity and at a high price O Hea also states that Peru will issue a set for Centenary of Battle of May 2 1866 and that Finland will strike a crown size commemorative in December 1967 for 50th anniver


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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine (pg. 14)

    2/25/1967 Numismatics; Periodicals

    2r CuMuunL CoinA ihs jJtfdd Peru 1966 Proof in Two Varieties Peru has issued its new 1966 design coins in proof Unofficially reported at about 1000 sets Illustrated thru courtesy of B M o'hea is the One Sol featuring the vicuna in high relief This brass specimen has high mirror finish reverse however the obverse field is not so brilliant It has a high wire edge and field has appearance of being concaved which may be an optical illusion due to the high relief and edge Design of the 5 and 10 centavo was shown in Janu ary issue Altogether the new set comprises five pieces from


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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine (pg. 34)

    10/1/1965 Numismatics; Periodicals

    eone Import and Export Of Yugoslav Banknotes By a Decision of the Federal Ex ecutive Council of Yugoslavia on August 11 the amount of Yugoslav banknotes which a traveler may take into that country was raised from Din 5 000 4 00 to Din 10 000 On leaving Yugoslavia a traveler may now take out Din 5 000 instead of Din 1 500 Peru Commemorative Set Reported At the Houston ANA Convention B M o'hea of Numorum Trust Liechtenstein handed out a press release which outlined a set of 5 coins to be issued by Peru in com memoration of the 400th anniversary of the founding of the Lima mint on August 21 1565 According to O Hea the obverse will reproduce the first dollar size silver coin struck in the Western Hemisphere the 8 reales of 1572 of Philip H while current coin reverse will be used


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    Coin World [09/29/1961] (pg. 52)

    9/29/1961

    wens fought doggedly with all available weapons and miracul ously drove the enemy into re treat In the minds of most peo ple an herioic effort like this without doubt would bring the Medal of Honor but because his commanding officer lacked the finesse of writing eloquence he was paid off with a lower Bronze Star In contrast to the above story is the official English record of Tim othy o'hea who received Britain s highest honor the Victoria Cross for his outstanding devotion to du ty in 1867 at Danville Quebec during the Fenian Raids in Cana da Recently a large Canadian pa per ran a feature story of this event When an ammuniction and gunpowder train caught fire and while his soldier buddies panicked in terror O Hea rushed deter Distinguished flying cross minedly to the


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    Coin World [04/16/1986] (pg. 14)

    4/16/1986

    AND ADVISE US YOUR HOLDINGS OR ADVISE US YOUR NEEDS VISA AND MASTERCARD ACCEPTED ALL ABOVE PRICES CANADIAN FUNDS WE PAY ALL THE POSTAGE THERE IS NO CUSTOM DUTY ON COINS IN U SJL DEDUCT 25 FOR U S FUNDS SEND FOR FREE CANADIAN PRICE UST 30 DAY RETURN PRIVILEGES DEAIER IN CANADIAN CO 4S SINCE 1964 BENNY LEE LTD PHONE 604 6D3 4241 698 Seymour St Vancouver B C V6B 3K6 Ex dealer Barney o'hea dies Barney O Hea one of the most colorful figures in the world coin picture died March 15 reportedly of a heart at tack in San Francisco Mr O Hea operated a firm known as Mint Roll Headquar ters during the 1950s and later moved his business to Liechtenstein from which he did business as Nummorum Trust based in Valduz He quickly won recognition as an innovator in his dealings with for


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    Coin World [04/14/1965] (pg. 3)

    4/14/1965

    ents in an effort to protect collectors against ex orbitant speculator profits an nounced a recent decision to permit only three London deal ers to distribute the coins at a fixed price to bona fide collec tors alone The three firms named were B A Seaby Ltd A H Baldwin and Sons Ltd and Spinks Among the first to cry Foul according to the Daily Sketch was the U S dealer Barney o'hea who had winged to Lon don to invest 30 000 pounds in special issues of Zambia O Hea who uses the title of chairman of Philip Berkley and Co Ltd a California corpora tion said that any rationing sys tem would be shocking Al lowing only three firms to handle the coins creates a monopoly said the dealer Before leaving England he was reported to have sent a let ter of protest to


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    Coin World [10/13/1965] (pg. 14)

    10/13/1965

    nd seven coin ordinary run sets each containing the last of the country s coins to be issued under the pounds shilling pence system Prices for the sets were originally announced by the Decimal Currency Board of New Zealand which is over seeing the switch to a decimal system Later word however revealed that the DCB prices were for Burglars Take Coins While Owner In Jail Bernard Barney o'hea 52 of San Francisco Calif was out more than 8 000 after he spent a night in jail on a drunk driv ing charge there recently police report While O Hea was being held in jail burglars ransacked his hotel room and took 29 gold coins including two Chinese pieces that the owner valued at 4 000 each Police said part of the loot was recovered when two men tried to pawn 27 of the coins value


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 121)

    /1868 Numismatics; Periodicals

    de served consideration and support Major Haggerty retired amid loud applause and the second portion of the programme was then proceeded with The orchestra under the direction of Mr Theodore Thom as played some pleasing selections from Rossini Stranss and Verdi L Eclair was charmingly ren dered by Miss Brainerd and a determined encore had the effect of evoking the humorous Barney o'hea which was greeted with loud tokens of approbation The concert was subsequently brought to a close by a grand selection from 11 Trovatore comprising the most popular airs from that favorite opera Alto gether the worthy undertaking was a decided success whether in reference to the performances of the artists or in point of attendance the latter having by far ex ceeded the most sanguine


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 167)

    /1870 Numismatics; Periodicals

    Lady Mine Waverly 66 Boot Black s Song Waverly 67 Sweetheart Balm 68 The Smile of Memory Waverly 69 Mabel Waltz Irving 60 Meet Me in the Lane Love Blamphin 61 The Lancashire Lass Raymond 62 The Foreign Cohnt Lloyd 63 Where there s a Will there s a Way Saer 64 Be Watchful and Beware Glover 66 Boston Belles Raymond 66 Chestnut Street Belles Raymond 67 Barney o'hea Lover 68 My Mother Dear Lover 69 Day and Night I Thought of Thee Shrivall 70 The Fidgety Wife Covert 71 My Angel Guglielmo 72 Oh you Pretty Blue Eyed Witch Taylor 73 Oh would I were a Bird Blamphin 74 The Fairy s Well Waverly 76 Bachelor s Hall Culver 76 After Dark Stewart 77 The Bashful Young Lady Glover 78 Larboard Watch Duet Williams 79 Mary of Argyle Sco


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 655)

    /1870 Numismatics; Periodicals

    w 314 Wings of a Dove Devereaux 145 Within a mile of Edinboro Scotch 2 Won t you tell me why Robin Claribel 138 Would you be young again CTippmgdale 400 Yankee Doodle 114 You and I Claribel COMIC 153 A Motto for every man Hobson 344 All among the Hay J Williams 256 Annette s Granny Dear Bayiy 363 An old man wouldbe wooing Caudy 75 Bachelors Hall Culver 67 Barney o'hea Lover 340 Beauty and Time Lover 84 Bell goes ringing for Sairah Hunt 40 Belles of Broadway Raymond Boston Belles Raymon 56 Bootblack s Song Waverly 320 Bother the Fashion Butler 187 Bother the Men Walker 409 Bowld Sojer Boy Lover 316 Broken Down Sinclair 157 Bulls and Bears Pratt 331 Cackle cackle cackle Baguell 136 Call her back and kiss her Clifton 1 Captai


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    Harper's Weekly (pg. 206)

    /1871 Numismatics; Periodicals

    POSITORY 7 48 Broadway New York HORT HAND WRITING 150 words a minute can be mustered by anv one in 4 weeks d stamp to J A GRAY t O Box 4847 N Y COMIC SONGS ARRANGED to PIANO MUSIC ANY TWENTY MAILED ON RECEIPT OF 1 Each song has a Piano accompaniment and is beau tifully printed on sheet music paper Please order by number No Author 153 A Motto for Every Man Hobson 67 Barney o'hea Lover 77 Bashful Young Lady Glover 340 Beauty aud Time Lover 84 Bell Goes Ringing for Suirnh Hunt 40 Belles of Broadway Raymond 40S Better Late than Never Blockley 05 Boston Belles Raymond 56 Bootblack s Song Waverly 320 Bother the Fashion Butler 187 Bother the Men Walker 4 9 Bowld Sojer Boy Lover 316 Broken Down 157 Bulls and Bears 331 Cackle Cackle Cackle 130 Call Her Back a


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    An auction of orders, decorations, medals and militaria, including medals from the collection of the late Oliver Stirling Lee (part II) ... [03/02/2005] (pg. 95)



    M I I A FINE QUALITY COPY VICTORIA CROSS undoubtedly of age competently hand finished and very probably cast from an original award the letter C neatly engraved in the upper arm between the Lion s head and tail the reverse of the suspension bar engraved Pte o'hea 2nd Rifle Bde but the reverse centre of the Cross undated good very fine and interesting 200 300 V C London Gazette 1 January 1867 For his conspicuous conduct on the occasion of a fire which occurred in a railway car containing ammunition between Quebec and Montreal on 19 June 1866 The Sergeant in charge of the escort states that when at Danville Station on the Grand Trunk Railway


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    Catalogue of the highly important and valuable collection of naval and military medals & decorations, the property of Robert Day, Esq, of Myrtle Hill House, Cork, ... also some very fine and rare Irish \presentation\ snuff boxes, ... presented to the famous Admiral Lord Bodney in 1782 ... [04/14/1913] (pg. 25)



    Y THE INHABITANTS OF CASTLE COMER A TOKEN OF THANKS for his efforts in the cause of liberty very fine and extremely rare 1 150 Cork Volunteer Cavalry 1781 circular engraved For Pistol Practice P Walsh fine and rare 151 Cork Artillery circular engraved Great Gun Practice 1779 Best Shot Gunner T O Byrne fine and rare 1 Crossmolina Artillery 1780 oval engraved For Merit John o'hea fine and rare 1 152


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    An auction of orders, decorations, medals and militaria, including medals from the collection of the late Oliver Stirling Lee (part II) ... [03/02/2005] (pg. 95)



    M I I A FINE QUALITY COPY VICTORIA CROSS undoubtedly of age competently hand finished and very probably cast from an original award the letter C neatly engraved in the upper arm between the Lion s head and tail the reverse of the suspension bar engraved Pte o'hea 2nd Rifle Bde but the reverse centre of the Cross undated good very fine and interesting 200 300 V C London Gazette 1 January 1867 For his conspicuous conduct on the occasion of a fire which occurred in a railway car containing ammunition between Quebec and Montreal on 19 June 1866 The Sergeant in charge of the escort states that when at Danville Station on the Grand Trunk Railway


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    Auction sale XIX : mail bid only, featuring : antiquities, ancient coins, medieval coins. [03/16/1984] (pg. 5)



    acked chair holding eagle sceptre PA before AY below Very Rare Aramic graffilti There are ex ampkst the Demanhur hoard of Alexartdrine Tetradrachms with Aramic graffitu They were inscribed by Jews in Egypt during the third century cf NNM tt77Torrey The Aramic graffitti ttl is 1 _ o Hea of Sanderr n Sa dtkin R Zeus enthroned 1 holding eagle AAEZANAPOY to r mm to 1 3 _ o'head1 f yo niSrak T fionTskin RrAAE N5oY Z 1 holding eagle sceptre sym 4 _o As above R AAEIANAPOY Zeus enthroned 1 holding sceptre eagle Janiform turreted Amphipohs 5 O As above R AAEZANAPOY Zeus seated 1 holding eagle sceptre Below 0 A M vh 6 AR Tetradrachm of 332 1 B C O Head of young Herakles r in lion s skin R AAE N OY Zeus seated 1 ho


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    The Centinel, vol. 13, no. 4 (pg. 18)

    4/1/1966

    1303 Hammond St Red Oak Iowa 51566 1688 Norman Mi s Donna 1303 Hammond St Red Oak Iowa 51566 617 Norweb Mrs R lleni y 9511 Lake Shoiv Blvd Cleveland Ohio 44108 1287 Nyberg Mrs Millie 2119 Emerson Ave North Minneapolis Minnesota 55411 1288 Nyberg Russell 2119 Emerson Ave North Minneapolis Minnesota 55411 1717 O Donnell Joseph B 1007 E Seneca Place Peoria Illinois 61603 1278 o'hea Bernard McLendon 1010 Franklin St San Francisco California 1537 Oakes Dean Box 469 Iowa City Iowa 52242 1108 Oas Melvin 3339 Logan Ave North Minneapolis Minnesota 55412 1827 Ober Charles K R R 19 Box 515 Indianapolis Indiana 46280 1828 Ober E Virginia R R 19 Box 515 Indianapolis Indiana 46280 982 Odesser Ben 158 N Parkside Ave Chicago Illinois 60644 188 Olbinski Thaddeus B 1


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    The Centinel, vol. 12, no. 4 (pg. 16)

    4/1/1965

    01 Murphy Glenda J 1302 Murphy Glenn E 336 Murphy W F 1685 Nagels E C 496 Nelson M Hilding 802 Nemecek Walter 1680 Newell Mrs E Hugh 1320 Newman Arthur L 1683 Nichols D B 1437 Nichols Ken 1756 Nielsen Martin 1068 Nielsen Niels C 1657 Nordhof Harriet J 1688 Norman Mrs Donna 617 Norweb Mrs R Henry 1287 Nyberg Millie 1288 Nyberg Russell 1717 O Donnell Joseph B 1287 o'hea Bernard McLendon 1 537 Oakes Dean 1108 Oas Melvin 982 Odesser Ben 188 Olbinski Thnddeus B 622 Olive H V 523 N Woodbine Ave Oak Park 111 60302 3719 Reading Road Cincinnati Ohio 45229 2104 W Arthur Chicago 111 60645 6207 Chevy Chase Houston Texas 77027 RR 3 Box 120 Walkerton Indiana 3503 Link Valley Houston Texas 77025 1141 6th Ave San Diego Calif 92101 1700 W 66th S


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    The Centinel, vol. 14, no. 3 (pg. 36)

    4/1/1967

    N 55103 1657 NORDHOF HARRIET J 300 W 27TH ST HOLLAND MICH 49423 1807 NORMAN BERNARD K 1303 HAMMOND ST RED OAK IA 51566 1688 NORMAN MRS DONNA 1303 HAMMOND ST RED OAK IA 51566 617 NORWEB MRS R HENRY 9511 LAKE SHORE BLVD CLEVELAND OHIO 44108 O 1963 OBERBI LLIG ANDREW P 906 N WOOD ST CHICAGO ILL 60 622 1717 O DONNELL JOSEPH B 1007 E SENECA PL PEORIA ILL 61603 1278 o'hea BERNARD MC LENDON 1010 FRANKLIN ST SAN FRANCISCO CALIF 94109 1537 OAKES DEAN BOX 469 IOWA CITY IA 52240 1108 OAS MELVIN 3335 LOGAN AVE N MINNEAPOLIS MINN 55412 982 ODESSER BEN 158 N PARKSIDE AVE CHICAGO ILL 60644 188 OLBINSKI THADDEUS B 1013 W LAPHAM ST MILWAUKEE WISC 53204 1940 OLDS JEROME T CMRd BOX 127 APO N Y 09109 622 OLIVE H V 218 E FIRST ST SPRING VALLEY ILL 61362 4


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    Calcoin News, vol. 9, no. 3 (pg. 10)

    5/1/1955

    appen Dr Nathan A Bowers BOURSE DEALERS Dealers who cooperated with the CSNA by taking bourse space were Del Bassetti San Luis Obispo Karl Brainard Los Angeles A Crites West Sacramento Bob Flinn Al buquerque N M Ed Fogler Oak land Ed Gans Berkeley W E John son Santa Barbara Charles V Jones Los Angeles Irving Knickerbocker San Diego Kenneth W Lee Glen dale Barney o'hea San Francisco Earl A Parker San Francisco Char les N Peters Alameda Dan Red mond Emeryville D L Rhodes Val lejo F K Saab St Louis Mo Wil liam Sexton Santa Maria John Sku bis San Francisco A1 Smith Oak land William H Smith San Francis co Benjamin Stack Las Vegas Nev and Leo A Young Lockeford OUT OF STATERS Out of staters attending the con vention includ


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    Calcoin News, vol. 9, no. 3 (pg. 13)

    5/1/1955

    from the Acting Director of the Mint A note from Mrs Ken Allen was read thanking the Club for flowers sent her during her recent illness A moment of silence was observed for Col Charles Steele who was kill ed recently in an automobile acci dent Exhibits were made by Roy Hill Charles N Peters Leo A Young Charles R Bigelow D L Rhodes John A Schreuder Stanley S Haw ley B M o'hea Claude H Church III and E A Parker Parker auc tioned 50 lots Gilbert D Eaton president wel comed 88 members and guests to the Feb 11 meeting Ken Allen vice president and pro gram chairman introduced Leo Young CSNA auctioneer of Locke ford who spoke on Odd and Curious Money He first explained what con stitutes odd and curious money Much so called odd money actuall


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    Calcoin News, vol. 9, no. 3 (pg. 14)

    5/1/1955

    board of governors was explained its purpose being to improve programs and services of the club Exhibits many of them Lincoln and Washington items were made by Leo A Young John E Ohls Holland Mey ers Victor Madden Clifford Bloom Ken Allen Don Thrall Earl Parker Alan Craig D L Rhodes Walter Gerth Edward Fogler Roy Hill A1 Smith George F Hodges and B M o'hea Young exhibited the first year of issue of all U S coins cent through 50 gold Parker displayed an 1852 gold slug and three facsimiles Craig showed a money sarong of the South Sea Islands Don T Thrall Recording Secretary Garfield Numismatists Meets 2nd Tuesday 7 30 P M at Berkeley School Administration Bldg 1414 Walnut St Berkeley At the Jan 10 meeting mem bers enjoyed a sh


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    Calcoin News, vol. 9, no. 3 (pg. 16)

    5/1/1955

    rganization and described the work involved in publishing Caleoin News The evening program consisting of California material ranged from pio neer law enforcement badges to pio neer gold coins The following 21 per sons had displays Clifford H Bloom H F Bowker Julius Fulton Walter E Gerth Roy Hill A G K Jakob sen Charles V Happen C L Liss Les Lodge Kurt Loret Bernard M o'hea John E Ohls Earl Parker F C Powell David Redfield Don Rhodes A W Ritchie Alvin R Smith Paul Snedaker Anatol Sohol dosky and Leo Young Another manuscript on numisma tics was given Chairman Earl Parker for our annual competition A lively auction was conducted by Earl Parker Mrs Eula C Jakobsen Secretary Peninsula Coin Club Meets 1st Wednesday in San Carlos Recreation Center


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    Calcoin News, vol. 10, no. 3 (pg. 19)

    5/1/1956

    hington medals 1897 Russian 15 ruble A G Jakobsen eight Washington copper cents from 1783 to 1795 Frank Galvin old cata logs and price lists Mike Carr for eign paper money Kirby Brown Aztec hatchita de cobra thin and heavy thick varieties John E Ohls four commemorative rubles of Rus sia 1859 1833 1912 and 1913 Ken Allen rare proof and uncirculated U S gold coins Barney o'hea for eign coins Clifford Bloom Russian 3 ruble platinum of Nicholas I 1842 Oleg Maslenikov Russian rubles Arnold Rosing type set of the six varieties of U S double eagles A1 R Smith Washingtoniana D J Redmond Secretary Long Beach Coin Club Meets 1st Tuesday 7 30 P M at Linden Hall 208 Linden Ave Long Beach A capacity attendance greeted M H Bolender author of the stan


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    Calcoin News, vol. 11, no. 1 (pg. 30)

    1/1/1957

    Frank X Galvin Oakland Edward Gans Berkeley Maurice Jensen Long Beach W E Johnson Santa Bar bara Gene Johnston San Diego Charles V Jones Los Angeles Don Jurgensen Santa Barbara Max L Justus Beverly Hills Paul Kagin Des Moines Iowa I B Knicker bocker San Diego Abe Kosoff En cino Abner Kreisberg Beverly Hills Kenneth W Lee Glendale Vic Mar rone Pacoima B M o'hea San Francisco E A Parker San Fran cisco Charles N Peters Alameda D L Rhodes Vallejo William J Sexton Santa Maria John F Skubis San Francisco Alvin R Smith Oak land William H Smith San Fran cisco Ben Stack Las Vegas Nev John O Stanley Santa Maria Nor man Shultz Salt Lake City Utah J A West San Francisco and Leo A Young Oakland CONVENTION AUCTION Of the


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    Numismatic Notes and Monographs, nos. 103-109 (pg. 283)

    1/1/1947

    of a fire on board ship or of the foundering of a vessel at sea or under any circumstances in which through courage and devotion displayed life or public property may be saved This warrant was hardly in accordance with the spirit of the original one establishing a unique military decoration Actually only one award was made while it remained in force This cross was given to Private Timothy o'hea 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade in 1866 for his initiative in extinguish ing a bad fire in a railway car loaded with explosives It is now in the collection of the American Numis matic Society New York City See Plates L LI Since these warrants raised doubts about the qualification required for the decoration a new warrant was issued in 1881 in which the warrant of Digitized by Google Origi


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    Calcoin News, vol. 13, no. 1 (pg. 11)

    1/1/1959

    off Encino Abner Kreisberg Beverly Hills Paul F Lawless Santa Monica Kenneth Lee Glendale Ray Lund gren Los Angeles Harold McCabe Long Beach Lewis A Moorman Berkeley Robert R Odom Los An geles B M o'hea San Francisco Earl Parker San Francisco Peter Payne San Bernardino Dr Ray O Porter San Luis Obispo D L Rhodes Vallejo John Serpa San Jose John Seeger Arlington William J Sexton Santa Maria Norman Shultz Salt Lake City Utah John F Skubis San Francisco Paul Snedaker San Francisco William H Smith San Francisco George R Squires Hay wai d J O Stanley Santa Maria S


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    Calcoin News, vol. 10, no. 1 (pg. 4)

    1/1/1956

    told of his recent trip to Alaska on the occasion of his 25th wedding anniversary The Parkers flew to Portland stopped at Seattle Victoria and Vancouver then took the boat up the inside passage look ing for coins all along the way The following applicants for mem bership were introduced Steven M Pulver 727 Arimo Ave Oakland 10 Freeman Smith 1719 Allston Way Berkeley 3 and B M o'hea 2240 Pacific Ave San Francisco Exhibitors were Leo Young Kirby Brown Charles Bigelow Michael Carr Ken Allen Don Thrall D L Rhodes Arnold Rosing E A Parker Clifford Bloom Charles N Peters and Roy Hill Interesting exhibits were Young s set of shield nickels in proof Rhodes Bryan money back ground material and Hill s Canadian wooden nickels Don T Thrall Secretary Long Be


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    Calcoin News, vol. 10, no. 1 (pg. 6)

    1/1/1956

    eting Oct 26 was attended by 38 members and nine guests Displays were of hobbies other than coins Exhibitors were Madeline Berg man Clifford Bloom Stanley Blois Mrs Stanley Blois Dr N A Bow ers H F Bowker Mrs H F Bow ker Mike Carr Alan Craig Jim Ferguson Walter Gerth Rudy Gjur ovich Sidney Haas F E Howard Jim Lillianthal Clifford Liss Bea Liss Kurt Loret Barney o'hea John Ohls Earl Parker F C Powell Don Rhodes Jim Seikman Carol Snedaker Paul Snedaker Leo Young and Ken Allen Allen spoke on and displayed an tique watches J V McDermott of S Milwaukee Wis a guest displayed and spoke on both his genuine and counterfeit 1913 Liberty head nickels Eula C Jakobsen Secretary L C Lodge addressed the Sept 28 meeting on The Changing Tre


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    Calcoin News, vol. 10, no. 6 (pg. 12)

    11/1/1956

    old piece Lew Moorman wampum Don Thrall national currency of Bay Area banks Kirby Brown native Indian gold coins including the fannam world s smallest Earl Parker proof type set U S gold Albania commemora tive gold coins proof set 2 cent pieces Charles Bigelow Ferdinand VI l A through 8 reales Roy Hill Canadian coins and Iceland trade tokens from Eklund collection Bar ney o'hea foreign coins Don Rhodes 5 national currency Mech anics and Merchants Bank Vallejo D J Redmond Secretary The 342nd meeting was held Sept 7 Attendance was 153 members and guests Thomas Rhoads David Able ser Joan Stilgenbauer W K Erd man and Thomas W Nielsen became members Madison E Douglas Jr was ap pointed exhibit chairman and an nounced that award ribbons will be give


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    Calcoin News, vol. 10, no. 6 (pg. 14)

    11/1/1956

    et Clifford Bloom ancient Greek and Byzantine gold George Burkhardt modern Greek coins Michael Carr U S coins Rudy Gjurovich ancient coins Stanley Hawley ancient Greek coins Roy Hill large bronze asses Clifford Liss New York commemorative medals Kurt Loret Greek silver coins Les Lodge new donations to 1915 collection of the PCNS Ralph Mitchell Chinese jade pieces Ber nard o'hea new issues of various countries E A Parker notes and modern Greek coins D L Redfield Greek coins Don Rhodes only known specimen of 5 national cur rency on Mechanics and Merchants National Bank Vallejo Calif Ed ward Sins 1878CC dollar from circu lation Don T Thrall Bay Area na tional currency and silver dollars Leo Young ancient Greek gold in cluding one bearing the let


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    Calcoin News, vol. 7, no. 1 (pg. 11)

    1/1/1953

    Mr Douglas Perham present ed a very interesting talk on the New Almadcn Mine located near San Jose The scheduled talk by Mr Ruge will be presented at a later meeting and we are also en deavoring to have Mr Perham give us a more detailed account of the New Almaden Mine early next year Exhibits of Coins Paper Money and other interesting Numismatic items were shown by Ken Allen Bernard o'hea Clifford H Bloom John Ohls H F Bowker Earl A Parker Frank X Galvin David Redfield Roy Hill Arnold Rosing Les Lodge At the 442nd meeting held on December 17 the following were elected as officers for the coming year President Leslie G Lodge Vice President John E Ohls Recording Secretary Roy Hill Corresponding Secty Bette Duncan Treasurer Paul Snedaker Librarian Howard Bowker Board Ken All


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    Calcoin News, vol. 12, no. 3 (pg. 10)

    5/1/1958

    Jack Stanley Harold McCabe Robert R Odom Irving B Knicker bocker Mrs M L Godbey Charles N Peters Abner Kreisberg Norman F Pruitt and Gordon D Rammer John Skubis A Chaffin Barlow George Gonsalves Daniel J Red mond John R Slusher Portland Ore Felix Baranovich Vancouver Wash Bennie Hill Lewis A Moor man Deane A Duffy B H o'hea Coast Stamp Coin Shop W R Fanning Mr Kelly Town Coun try Lodge Exhibits and Awards ANDERSEN Ken San Francisco Representative coins of U S mints First award Junior CARR Michael K Vallejo The Old and the New Second award Paper Money COLVER Charles G Glendora Racketeer Coins Coins plated to pass for higher values DAVIDSON Harry S Los Angeles U S gold types


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    Calcoin News, vol. 7, no. 2 (pg. 6)

    3/1/1953

    England 1937 Crown proof Bernard o'hea Turkish gold coins of Attaturk Italion 50 lire commem orative 1861 1911 Thelma Fieberling HANFORD COIN CLUB The The regular monthly meeting was called to order at 7 00 P M January 6 in the Banquet room at Pedens Cafe President Clarence Berry pre sided This being Ladies Night there were 50 members and guests pres ent to enjoy a good turkey dinner After a short business sessio


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    Calcoin News, vol. 13, no. 3 (pg. 17)

    5/1/1959

    ley Leo A Young Oakland Montrose Coin Gal lery Don Jurgensen Santa Barbara Jack Stanley Santa Maria William J Sexton Santa Maria Arnold Ros ing San Francisco A Kosoff En cino Max L Justus Beverly Hills Charles N Peters Alameda Harold Berk Warren Ohio Sol Kaplan Cin cinnati Ohio Harold Hall Lomita Charles V Jones Los Angeles Rob ert R Odom Los Angeles B M o'hea San Francisco D A Duffy Long Beach Wendell Hooker Hay ward Mandell Jewelers San Fran cisco Mrs Carson Oakland Ken neth L Nichols Balboa Island Ber nard Gimelson Philadelphia Pa Hunter R Hilton Inglewood Harry J Forman Philadelphia Pa Cen tury Coin Co Brown Williams AUCTION PRICES REALIZED Donald L Rhodes of Vallejo con vention auctioneer reports that the fo


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