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

    Thsee Spanish Milled ion of Corigrtfs. ^ t kkrf ^©J&?®©©®© *■ Lot No. 4039 4039 Georgia. 1776. Quarter Spanish Milled Dollar. Unnumbered.

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    195th auction sale of rare coins, medals & tokens, and paper money. [03/19/1959]

    ONE SPANISH MILLED 4 autograph signatures. Tree on rock. Very fine. $12.50. 374. South Carolina FOUR SPANISH MILLED DOLLARS

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 10

    the Bearer Jo TWENTY SPANISH MILLED DOLLARS. or the Value thereof, according to Refolution of CONGRESS. _ _ GEORGIA. 1776. No./iW' *1 ' X g 5 $C'’T"'HIS CERTIFICATE intitles the Bearer to*U gifcs I ON

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    The Estate of Norman Bryant and the Estate of Dean Mathey Collections of United States and Foreign Coins

    5 Spanish Milled Dollars. Serial #72622 (76,923 printed), signed by William Webb and John Ord. Well centered and sharply printed with excellent signatures and number. A lovely Crisp Un- circulated

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    The Philadelphia Americana Sale, Part One: American Paper Currency

    One Spanish Milled Dollar. Very Fine-25 (PCGS). No.l2015. Justice. The seal color is deep on paper that is uniformly and handsomely toned. Crisp and original paper with extremely broad, full width

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    The Nonagon, vol. 2, no. 1

    1/9/1964

    Next is "This bill of Six Pence equal to one thirtieth of a Spanish milled Dollar carrying the Interest of one per cent pr an; shall be reciev'd into the Treasury of the Province of New Hampshire in

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    The Nonagon, vol. 2, no. 1

    1/9/1964

    Next is "This bill of Six Pence equal to one thirtieth of a Spanish milled Dollar carrying the Interest of one per cent pr an; shall be reciev'd into the Treasury of the Province of New Hampshire in

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    Krause Publications Correspondence, 1977-2009

    /1977

    Because the Spanish Milled Dollar had achieved widespread acceptance throughout much of the American colonial period, it was a natural choice on which to base a national coinage system for the newly

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

    JS# ^/C 7 g 3 er Tbit Certificate intitles the Bearer to % & Three Spanish Milled Dollars & /£

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

    1776 SPANISH MILLEDPES Part of Lot No. 4418 4418 Treasury of Virginia, May 6, 1776 Ordinance, Partial Spanish Milled Dollar Denomi- nation Type Set. Standard paper, size, and uniface

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

    Trio of Spanish Milled Dollar Fractional Denominations. Both signed by B.flonet] Pasteur. Slightly thinner rag paper, size, and uniface designs. Horizontal format, approximately 95mm by 65mm. ‘’Semper

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    The Minot Collection

    Entitled the Bearer to TEN SPANISH MILLEDf, Dccordiog to Refolution 3317 Georgia. 1776 Orange or Green Seal. Two Spanish Milled Dollars. Very Fine. No.l289. Orange

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    Sale of Standard Silver Dollars Held by the Treasury : Hearings, Eighty-ninth Congress, second session, on H.R. 13150 (and related bills) ... July 26-28, 1966

    26/7/1966

    involving the use of Spanish milled silver dollars for payments of notes to be issued by the Congress. The Journal of the Continental Congress on June 22, 1775, records a “resolve” that a sum not

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    Sale of Standard Silver Dollars Held by the Treasury : Hearings, Eighty-ninth Congress, second session, on H.R. 13150 (and related bills) ... July 26-28, 1966

    26/7/1966

    involving the use of Spanish milled silver dollars for payments of notes to be issued by the Congress. The Journal of the Continental Congress on June 22, 1775, records a “resolve” that a sum not

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    190th auction sale of rare coins and paper money. [03/02/1956]

    1775 “One Spanish Milledt $5.00. Poor, but rare and all readable. $3. 103. Mar. 5, 1776 “Two-thirds of a Spanish Milled Dollar.” Fair. $3. 104. New Yor

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    190th auction sale of rare coins and paper money. [03/02/1956]

    $5 “Spanish Milled, but all readable. 3 pcs. $8. 194. Same, but $8.00. Good. $4. 195. May 5, 1777 One Spanish Milled Dollar. Good. $3.50. 196. Oct. 20,

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    Krause Publications Correspondence, 1977-2009

    /1977

    Because the Spanish Milled Dollar had achieved widespread acceptance throughout much of the American colonial period, it was a natural choice on which to base a national coinage system f o^the ne w ly

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 10

    ^7^ > JIt PNS CERTIFICATE intitlet the Bearer to 3 ircS 3 £ r ^ E SPANISH MILLED DOLLARS,'" hc Value thereof^according to Rcfolutioa oh •^JSScoNORm ^ 1 '^^nf:

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

    Two Spanish Milled Dollars. No. 4908. Orange seal. Floating Jugs. SI COL- LIDIMUS FRANGIMUR. Border variety (h). Signed by Saltus, Andrew, Evans, O’Bryen and Ewen. Printed on laid paper. From the face

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    The Metropolitan Numismatic Convention Sale of United States and Foreign Gold, Silver, Copper Coins and Paper Money

    Spanish Milled Dollar, May 5, 17 80. Cancelled with small triangle hole. Uncirculated. 1120 Four Spanish Milledd as above. Uncirculated. 1121 Seven Spanish Milled

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    The Minot Collection

    Two Spanish Milled Dollars. Very Good. No.4713. Floating Jugs. Border variety (c). Signed by Bard, LaVien, Habersham, Ewen, and O'Bryen. The seal is sharp, but the borders are trimmed all around. Uppe

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    The Philadelphia Americana Sale, Part One

    Trio of Spanish Milled Dollar fractional denominations. All signed by B.[lonet] Pasteur. Slightly thinner rag paper, size, and uniface designs. Hori- zontal format, approximately 95mm by 65mm. "Semper

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    Studies on Money in Early America

    1/1/1976

    ions .1 he>- otigEt: iff ix-ar to Spanish milled dollars: ” The- rtMiiptetod report of Sep- tember 2. 1776 rated “Gold in Bullion" at seventeen doHarv petetmy ounce ami '.'Sterling . Alloy; and-

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 43

    1/4/1975

    Spanish milled silver dollars (most commonly Mexican mint) were the most prevalent trade coins of that time in North America and, even as today, had a relative value that fluctuated some in practice.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 74

    1/9/1986

    became the money of account for the Federal government and was made equivalent to the Spanish milled dollar. Since the Spanish standard did not have a uniform value among the states' moneys of

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    Calcoin News, vol. 16, no. 2

    1/3/1962

    Due to the lack of smaller denomi- nations the Spanish Milled Dollar was frequently cut into eight pieces, called bits, from which comes the ex- pression “two bits,” “four bits,” etc. These fascinatin

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    Studies on Money in Early America

    1/1/1976

    ions .1 he>- otigEt: iff ix-ar to Spanish milled dollars: ” The- rtMiiptetod report of Sep- tember 2. 1776 rated “Gold in Bullion" at seventeen doHarv petetmy ounce ami '.'Sterling . Alloy; and-

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 43

    1/4/1975

    Spanish milled silver dollars (most commonly Mexican mint) were the most prevalent trade coins of that time in North America and, even as today, had a relative value that fluctuated some in practice.

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 74

    1/9/1986

    became the money of account for the Federal government and was made equivalent to the Spanish milled dollar. Since the Spanish standard did not have a uniform value among the states' moneys of

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 124

    1/12/2003

    the Spanish milledrate established the par value of the Nova Scotia money of account in terms of the Spanish milled

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    Calcoin News, vol. 16, no. 2

    1/3/1962

    Due to the lack of smaller denomi- nations the Spanish Milled Dollar was frequently cut into eight pieces, called bits, from which comes the ex- pression “two bits,” “four bits,” etc. These fascinatin

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    Facts About Silver, Early Use of Silver as Money

    /1898

    4 Public loans were made specifically payable in Spanish milled dollars, or the equivalent of the same in gold or silver. 11. The Articles of Confederation were framed in view of all the common law

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    Money Of The American Colonies

    1/1/1993

    a Spanish pistareen passed at 17.8% and 18.75% (instead of 20%) of a Spanish milled dollar in Philadelphia and New York, respectively, while a Spanish American two reales, as a fractional coin, would

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    Money Of The American Colonies

    1/1/1993

    became the money of account for the Federal government and was made equivalent to the Spanish milled dollar. Since the Spanish standard did not have a uniform value among the states’ monies of

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    The Numismatist, August 1990

    1/8/1990

    as the Spanish milledew press, the quality of the coin was a vast improvement over the cob pieces. The Spanish milled dollar

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    Catalogue of a private collection of colonial and continental paper money

    Three Spanish Milled Dollars ; very fine ; very rare. .228 1777; Three Spanish Milledtal work; uncirculated; very rare. 229 1777; Four Spanish Milled Dollars;

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    Public Auction 6

    Spanish Milled Dol- lars, So-Called Dollars, Extensive Early Proof Sets, Federal & National Notes prior to 1929, Uncut & Reconstructed Large Size Notes, U.S. & Pioneer Gold. Adams B Sale November 30,

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    Florida United Numismatists first anniversary convention. [01/10-13/1957]

    Intitles Bearer to Ten Spanish Milledote bears the low number 37. Fine $15.00. 136 . — 1776. One Quarter Of a Spanish ."Milled Dollar. V. Fine and an- other similar but with entirely

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    Florida United Numismatists first anniversary convention. [01/10-13/1957]

    Intitlcs Bearer to Ten Spanish Milled Note bears the low number 37. Fine $15.00. 136. — 1776. One Quarter Of a Spanish Milled Dollar. V. Fine and an- other similar but with entirely different

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 10

    One Spanish Milled Dollar. No. 15569. Orange or green seal. Justice. SUSTINE RECTUM. Border variety (d). Signed by Andrew, Saltus, Evans and O’Bryen. There are only four signatures as seen on the gree

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 10

    Quarter Spanish Milled Dollar. No. 1916. Border variety (b). Signed by Andrew, Evans and Wade. A superbly printed and vivid example. Choice About Uncirculated. Very light vertical fold and some corner

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 10

    Two Spanish Milledolution ofC«n*GM }|» J DOLLARS.^* Lot No. 4535 4535 Georgia. 1776 Gold Option. Two Spanish Milled

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 10

    intitles the Bearer to\ Spanish Milledefo -< lution of CtftfJrf/fAvSv V'" Lot No. 4543 4543 Georgia. 1777. Two Spanish Milled Dollars. No. 8483. Light

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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 10

    the Bearer to'** J3ELEVEN SPANISH MILLEDording to ~ jg^,CCNGRESS e MK5C Lot No. 4557 4557 Georgia. 1777. Eleven Spanish Milled Dollars. No. 521. Blue-Green

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

    to: J[ TW O SPANISH MILLEDSS, ^ * I if A fl £ ft 3 ft w M rioswasik Lot No. 8072 8072 Georgia. 1776. Two Spanish Milled Dollars. No.

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

    O .j.y'y'HIS Certificate ir.titleo the^ Bearer to One Quarter of .^Spanish Milled Dollar, cr the Va-^ f tA'lue thereof, according to Refcliition of a* 4, ar V <3 N: -^Congress •*> "J t? m. V ■sf S|

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

    SPANISH MILLEDONGRES8. ^ ihioua Ǥ* \ N v> V 1 T SOlLill. Lot iVo. 8087 8087 Georgia. (1776). Four Spanish Milled

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

    X amj;B X S^*£sT HIS CERTIFICATE intitles the Bearer to* NINE SPANISH MILLED DOLLARS^ l-*J } • \ ^ I* i L A * / A 1 . . A aL AMA A P a A / ' «% A* A . M A. • A D A L. a *a a I ' ' Siti© Sirtiw r«*y y’

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

    W l^gTHTRTEEN SPANISH MILLED DOLLARS. V j(wor the Value thereof, according to Rclolution olW 0 i c «N GR Es S . C V fjQg /yty'-'ff* 0 ^ ' :CW ' G-TA*',; X. • V to- 1 '* ; 0 iL4-CU* k_» 0 x

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

    J ONE SPANISH MILLED^ 0 ) T* OK)K5J8K»0^»'3JOK)K*5K^ 3^0*309^0^* Lo£ iVo. 4035 4035 Georgia. 1776. One Spanish Milled

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