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    THE TUESDAY CLUB MEDAL

    11/03/2019

    THE tuesday club MEDAL http www coinbooks org v22 esylum_v22n44a27 html Here 39 s some more information on the Tuesday Club medal mentioned elsewhere in this issue in the article on the Headless Soldier piece from a 2014 Heritage auction lot Editor Betts 383 1746 Annapolis Tuesday Club Silver with hanger VF 43 7 mm 26 3 gm Unsigned The editors of Betts believed John Kirk might have engra


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    The Cabinet of Lucien M. LaRiviere: Part II (pg. 195)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    impounded in the British Museum the Mary land Historical Society and The Johns Hopkins University from whose collections this piece was deaccessioned as a dupli cate after the addition of items from the John Work Garrett cabinet The 1746 Annapolis 4 uesday Club medal is a piece of singu lar significance in the American numismatic pantheon Struck in 1750 for presentation to members of the tuesday club this medal is the first American medal as opposed to those medals of colonial significance or reference It was struck to order in England for the Tuesday Club by parties unknown Sarah Elizabeth Freeman the Curator of Fine Arts at The Johns Hopkins University in 1945 when she authored The Tuesday Club Medal for publication in The Numismatist claimed that attribution to die engraver John Kir


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    FUN US Coin Signature Auction (pg. 32)

    Orlando FUN

    1746 Annapolis tuesday club VF Betts 383 Silver with Hanger One of Four in Silver Sole Collectible Example 3062 Betts 383 1746 Annapolis Tuesday Club Silver with hanger VF 43 7 mm 26 3 gm Unsigned The editors of Betts believed John Kirk might have engraved the dies Forrer s Biographical Dictionary of Medallists attributes the medals to Kirk a prolific medallist in London born in 1724 However a consensus has


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    American colonial history illustrated by contemporary medals (pg. 185)

    /1894

    The Period vf Intercolonial Wars 171 ANNAPOLIS tuesday club 383 1746 Obv CONCORDIA RES PARV E CRESCUNT By harmony small things increase Inscription in five lines THE I Tuesday Club in Annapolis Maryland may 14 1746 on the field A heart in the centre dividing the words Annapolis and Maryland which are in script letters two hands clasped within the heart Rev CAROLUS COLE ARMIGER PRASES CharlcS Colc Esquire President Liber


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    John J. Ford, Jr. Collection of Coins, Medals and Currency, Part 14 (pg. 116)



    headings These make more sense on reflection because they bring out the deserved importance of each medal in its own category The present division is offered only as a suggestion It is to be hoped that some future student of the series will recast Betts and will benefit from the experience of the cataloguer Betts desperately needs to be redone This is just one way of doing it EXTRAORDINARY tuesday club MEDAL The Sole Specimen Recorded Struck in Bronze Lot No 307 307 The Annapolis Maryland Tuesday Club 1746 B 383 MI 292 Unsigned Bronze 43 9 mm 571 3 gns The sole specimen recorded struck in bronze Only four are known in silver From the expected dies the obverse here in a later state than on LaRiviere 2067 or Sotheby s December 1993 635 Slightly shift double struck Some die rust


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    The Cabinet of Lucien M. LaRiviere: Part II (pg. 194)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    ver a period of 200 years to protect the flotillas of Spanish treasure from piracy and military enemies They withstood Vernon s offensive despite the overenthusiastic leg ends THE FORTS OF CARTHAGENA DESTROYED BY ADM VERNON An exceptional specimen of this memo rable variety Weight 180 4 grains Diameter 37 4 mm McCormick Goodhart 214 Purchased from Leonard Finn in June 1969 The 1746 tuesday club of Annapolis Medal Only Specimen in Private Hands One of Only Four Specimens Known photo enlarged to twice actual size 2067 Betts 383 1746 Tuesday Club of Annapolis Gilt silver Ex tremely Fine Plain edge with integral hanger at 12 00 Golden tinted fields yield to darker peripheries Pleasing visual appeal with some rubbing apparent on the highest points of both sides and suggestions of po


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    The Numismatist, 1945 (pg. 1,348)

    1/1/1945 ANA Numismatist

    THE NUMISMATIST FIFTY EIGHTH YEAR OF CONTINUOUS PUBLICATION THE tuesday club MEDAL By SARAH ELIZABETH FREEMAN Curator of Fine Arts The Johns Hopkins University Baltimore Md In the words of Dr Alexander Hamilton as is to be sure most of what follows Ht has been observed by some ancient philosophers par ticularly one Sir Isaac Newton that there exists a certain affection or fellow feeling between all bodies in nature by which they have a strong tendency to appro


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    The Numismatist, 1945 (pg. 1,349)

    1/1/1945 ANA Numismatist

    mber be admitted without the Con Law curring consent of the whole society and if such member 4th be admitted he shall be obliged to serve as steward the succeeding night after his admission Ordered that William Gumming Esquire serve the society upon Tues day the 21st of this Instant May as Steward Thereof Thus read the minutes of the first meeting of the ancient and honor able tuesday club of Annapolis as recorded in the original minute book now one of the treasured possessions in the Library of the Johns Hopkins University at Baltimore Together with a medal and a three volume History of the Ancient and Honorable Tuesday Club a manu script containing over fifteen hundred pages in fine script it was be queathed to the University in 1892 by Judge George W Dobbin The Hist


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    The Numismatist, July 1984 (pg. 32)

    7/1/1984 ANA Numismatist

    ew Vol 1 No 1 1977 pp 2 6 13 Harold Mattingly and Edward Sydenham Roman Imperial Coinage London Spink Son 1968 Vol V Pan II p 579 14 William B Ober and Ralph N Wharton On the Phrygian Cap New England Journal of Medicine 255 Sept 20 1956 pp 571 72 15 Pieter Mortier Medalische Historie der Republyk van Holland Amsterdam 1690 16 A fascinating account of the tuesday club can be found in the December 1945 issue of The Numismatist entitled The Tuesday Club Medal by Sarah Elizabeth Freeman pp 1313 22 17 Edward Hawkins Medallic Illustrations of the History of Great Britain and Ireland to the Death of George 11 London 1885 Vol II pp 619 20 18 Bowers and Ruddy Galleries The Garrett Collection Sales Part I p 132 19 In 1776 however the Pennsylvan


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    Coin World [02/19/2001] (pg. 2)

    2/19/2001

    nsidering both its scope and quality the LaRiviere Collection is certain to be remembered as one of the finest cabinets of early American and Canadian medals ever formed Its highlights include many of the most noted rarities of this ancient and honorable field A brief listing includes the only specimen of the 1632 Maryland Settled medal in private hands the only specimen of the 1746 Annapolis tuesday club medal in private hands and silver original strikings of the first two medals struck on American soil the 1756 Kittanning Destroyed medal and the 1757 Quaker Peace medal Thirty Indian Peace medals dating from 1686 to 1901 make this the most significant offering of Peace medals since the 1925 auction of the W W C Wilson Collection Medals to be offered include the very rare George III Lion an


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    Coin World [06/21/1963] (pg. 76)

    6/21/1963

    dship The reverse carries an in scription in six lines SOCIAL CLUB INSTITUTED CHARLES TOWN SOUTH CAR LXIII Charles Town is now known as Charleston the date of founding of the group was Oc tober 6 1763 Betts noted that the medal brought 17 in a 19th century sale conducted by the Chapmans It is considered very rare today Another similar early medal was issued by the Annapolis Md tuesday club The obverse reads CONCORDI A RES PAR Coin World Draws Reply From Europe A proof of the drawing power of Coin World was evidenced re cently by the experience of Kala mazoo Mich coin dealer Fred E Farnham who in a recent Token Page article advised readers that he was searching for several Kalamazoo Civil War tokens to donate to the city mu seum Zelko Pletikosic of Sombor Yugoslavia he


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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 24 - 26 (pg. 87)

    7/1/1889

    y of the silver treasure by Captain afterwards Sir William Phips Under William III more than sixty numbers are devoted to medals on the peace of Ryswick Under George II we find our old friend Admiral Vernon celebrated in no less than 95 numbers and some pieces in the cabinet of the reviewer are not found among them The most interesting American medal is number 292 of the same reign the tuesday club of annapolis May 1746 Liberty as a naked youth holding a staff surmounted by a cap seated near an altar inscribed libertas et natale solum Liberty and my native land Leg CAROLUS COLE ARMiGER PRASES Charles Cole Esquire President Rev Two hands united in a heart inscription across the field the Tuesday club in Annapolis Maryland may 14 1746 Leg concordia res PARViE crescunt


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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 23 - 25 (pg. 194)

    /1888

    ry of the silver treasure by Captain afterwards Sir William Phips Under William III more than sixty numbers are devoted to medals on the peace of Ryswick Under George II we find our old friend Admiral Vernon celebrated in no less than 95 numbers and some pieces in the cabinet of the reviewer are not found among them The most interesting American medal is number 292 of the same reign the tuesday club of annapolis May 1746 Liberty as a naked youth holding a staff surmounted by a cap seated near an altar inscribed libertas et natale solum Liberty and my native land Leg carolus cole armiger prases Charles Cole Esquire President Rev Two hands united in a heart inscription across the field the Tuesday club in Annapolis Maryland may 14 1746 Leg concordia res parv e cresc


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    Numismatic Look at Colonial Annapolis

    8/20/2003

    Numismatic Look at Colonial Annapolis David Lisot Video Library Annapolis Maryland was the federal capitol in 1783 84 The city produced paper money coins and medals This presentation discusses the silver coinage of John Chalmers and the famous medal of the Annapolis tuesday club in 1750 In this video you will see Examples of Chalmers coinage the symbols used and their rarity The Tuesday Club medal of 1746 History of Maryland and the founding of Annapolis John Chalmers background and involvement Speaker s John Kraljevich Jr


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    THOUGHTS ON THE HEADLESS SOLDIER MEDAL

    11/03/2019

    onder tokens quot John Lupia writes quot John Sallay is amazing to have the wits to select this political medal during the heat of tensions between Germans French and the British It seems reasonable and fair to say this is no academic award at least no academy or school is known to have such issue or else it would have been readily recognized So the next thought went to clubs like the tuesday club This is where I believe this sort of ribald political joke makes its home quot Antoine de Rivarol Causes of the Universality of the French Language 1784 published this work receiving a medal the Berlin Academy Prize It was translated from the French in 1789 This work criticizes England the English and the English language I suspect the headless figure to be Count de Rivarol which the


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    An auction of important English, Russian, and world coins, tokens, historical and art medals, British and world banknotes, including the collection of English short cross coins, 1180-1247, formed by the late Professor Jeffrey P. Mass (part 1) ... [03/17/2004] (pg. 104)



    dar perhaps intended as a box lid of slightly convex form with a beaded border a castellated gateway with standards flying liberta s et natale solum 73 X 57mm Of ISth century style and seemingly made by the electrotype process very fine 6 H0 The mono I im K I AS et natai i solum Liberty and my native soil is perhaps best known in numismtitic reference for it being adopted by the tuesday club of Annapolis Maryland It was also that of the family iind successors of Sir Willitim Stinderson ami of laird Chief Juslice Whitshed of whom having seen it painted on his carriage door Dean Jonalhtui Swift was inspired to write l ibertiis el miltile solum Fine words 1 wonder where you stole em 1288 Rot III SII R Kf N I phistcr casts of the div tind rev of the city seal 2 both 81


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    The Stanley Gibbons Collection: Part II, Foreign Bank Notes, Foreign Coins, U.S. Coins (pg. 252)

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    p D Greco stamp on cover 65 P 747 Lots THE FAMOUS W W C WILSON SALE 11 16 18 1925 Wayte Raymond s Catalogue of the W W C Wilson Collection 93 P 1260 Lots one of the most incredible sales in history for two main categories Canadian tokens and medals and U S Medals Lacks the set of plates but has the drop in photos of the rarest pieces especially in the U S Medals which include tuesday club 1787 Columbia Washing ton in silver 1789 Columbian Order silver shells 1826 Erie Canal in gold US Colonial regular coins HTT early Merchants tokens US Fractional Currency nearly 300 lots of Canadian tokens including nearly all the great rareties extensive series of Canadian medals more than 200 lots of US and related medals numerous foreign coins and medals Printed PR also part


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    Catalogue of the collection of coins, the property of the late Lord Airlie ; also a valuable collection of English gold & silver coins, &c., the property of the late William Owen, Esq., a small selection of war medals, the property of a Director of the Honourable East India Company, lately deceased ... [07/24/1897] (pg. 3)



    urmese War and various Silver gilt Proofs Officer s Peninsular War Medal with seven Clasps c Gold Medal on the Installation of the Elector John George of Saxony as a Knight of the Garter 1671 Rare Silver Medal of the Carmarthenshire Yeomanry Cavalry Rare Parlia mentary Badge of the Earl of Manchester 1643 Two Rare Medals of the Charleston Social Club South Carolina 1763 and the tuesday club in Annapolis 1746 A FEW PIECES OF PLATE JEWELLERY COIN CABINETS c WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY MESSRS SOTHEBY WILKIN SON HODGE atictionms cflttnaviilBrcprni St gHoifcs illustrnttbc cf ifjc Jftnc arts AT THEIR HOUSE No 13 WELLINGTON STREET STRAND W C On SATURDAY the 24th of JULY 1897 and Following Day AT ONE O CLOCK PRECISELY May he Viewed Two Days prior Catalogues


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    Catalogue of the collection of coins, the property of the late Lord Airlie ; also a valuable collection of English gold & silver coins, &c., the property of the late William Owen, Esq., a small selection of war medals, the property of a Director of the Honourable East India Company, lately deceased ... [07/24/1897] (pg. 34)



    e Ecu de Six Livres 1792 Philip and Mary Shilling and Edward VI Testoon 1550 Charles I Oxford Groat 1644 ox and various other English and Foreign Coins Maundy c 36 360 Copper fyc Charlestown Social Club South Carolina 1763 oval YINCTI AMICITIA two men in Georgian costume shaking hands rev SOCIAL CLUB INSTITUTED CHARLES TOWN SOUTH CAROLINA VI OCTOBER MDCCLXIII The tuesday club in Annapolis Maryland 1746 CON CORDIA RES PARViE CRESCUNT two hands clasped upon a heart in the centre rev CAROLUS COLE c Nude figure with cap of Liberty on staff seated by a tomb both very fine and extremely rare 2 361 Medal by Dupre on French recognition of American Independence 1777 81 NON SINE DUS c the Manly Medal of Washington Benjamin Franklin D of Philadelphi


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    The C4 Newsletter, August 1993 (pg. 5)

    8/1/1993

    o catalogue the collection and Groux published his booklet in 1852 Using both Mayer s 1854 catalogue of the MD Historical Society s Collection and his notes of Groux s 1852 catalogue of the Towson Collection the following numismatic items listed may be of interest 1 two 1796 silver Seasons Medals types not specified 2 three Chalmers shillings types varieties not specified 3 a silver tuesday club medal ex Capt Fitzhugh Coll 4 a silver de Fleury medal 5 a silver 1801 Jefferson inaugural medal 6 a silver 1777 Horatio Gates medal Readers will certainly recognize the importance of these notes The MD Historical Society suffered a theft at one time Taken was a gold Carroll of Carrollton medal along with other items Consequently coins and medals in Mayer s catalogue may not be in


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    The C4 Newsletter, December 1993 (pg. 14)

    12/1/1993

    eadth but it contains two rarely seen coins and some solidly collectable varieties The Newman 1 C Continental Currency Dollar appears undergraded Highlights include Crowned Hammers reverse Higley copper graded Good Standish Barry Threepence graded Strong Fine Silver Myddelton token Sotheby s sale of December 9 10 1993 contains some extremely important early American medals Lot 635 is a tuesday club medal Betts 383 one of the handful four or five known The catalogue description of this specimen is unusually long and detailed for a Sotheby s sale and seems to have been written with some care and understanding Lot 636 is a silver De Fleury medal in prooflike AU Julian MI 4 one of four to six known and ex John Work Garrett s collection but not Bowers Ruddy s sale however Note that


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    The C4 Newsletter, Spring 2001 (pg. 22)

    3/1/2001

    narily high quality pieces With active floor bidding each piece sold for multiples of their estimates and shocked many of those gathered It is doubtful if a Vernon medal has ever sold for over 1000 before LaRiviere s collection saw that level reached no less than nine times On the heels of the Vernon medals the advanced specialists were brought back to attention with the offering of a 1746 tuesday club of Annapolis medal the first medal ever made exclusively for 20


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    An auction of important English, Russian, and world coins, tokens, historical and art medals, British and world banknotes, including the collection of English short cross coins, 1180-1247, formed by the late Professor Jeffrey P. Mass (part 1) ... [03/17/2004] (pg. 104)



    dar perhaps intended as a box lid of slightly convex form with a beaded border a castellated gateway with standards flying liberta s et natale solum 73 X 57mm Of ISth century style and seemingly made by the electrotype process very fine 6 H0 The mono I im K I AS et natai i solum Liberty and my native soil is perhaps best known in numismtitic reference for it being adopted by the tuesday club of Annapolis Maryland It was also that of the family iind successors of Sir Willitim Stinderson ami of laird Chief Juslice Whitshed of whom having seen it painted on his carriage door Dean Jonalhtui Swift was inspired to write l ibertiis el miltile solum Fine words 1 wonder where you stole em 1288 Rot III SII R Kf N I phistcr casts of the div tind rev of the city seal 2 both 81


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    The important numismatic collection : formed by the late W. W. C. Wilson ... [11/16-18/1925] (pg. 61)

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    53 Third Day ANNAPOLIS TUESDAY OLTP 785 1746 CONCORDIA RES PARVAE ORESCUNT Ill liter THE tuesday club IN annapolis Maryland may 14 1746 Clasped hands on heart If Carolus cole ARMiciER praeses Naked youth st d I holding pole with liberty cap altar at Betts 383 Med 111 Geo II 292 Pew ter 43m Ex fine and of the greatest rarity 786 1755 Colonial Wars Mercury stg on shore two frigates at sea If Indian with bow and arrow seated female Betts 392 Silver 35m Ex fine and very


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    MINT NEWS BLOG INTERVIEWS DAVID FANNING

    09/23/2018

    me realize just how interesting coins could be and how you could use them as a means to learn about the world 226 128 148 history art politics geography math seemingly just about everything Q What is your favorite coin and why U S or international mint A A lot of my favorite numismatic items are medals the Libertas Americana medal may be my favorite though I love the Annapolis tuesday club medal An NE shilling would be tough to beat if you want to stick to coins To read the complete article see Lunch with David Fanning http mintnewsblog com lunch with david fanning Back to top


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    CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTION OF AMERICAN COLONIAL COINS FORMED BY GEORGE J. BASCOM, ESQ., NEW YORK CITY, AND THE COLLECTION OF UNITED STATES COINS OF WILLIAM F. BROWN, ESQ., SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. (pg. 14)



    n this metal to either the British Museum authorities in their great work on Brit ish Medals 2 vols London 1885 or to Betts His torical Medals of America New York 1894 See Medallic Illustrations of Great Britain No 292 page 019 and pictured on page 620 where they mention it in copper in British Museum calling it extremely rare Betts No 383 page 171 also mentions copper The tuesday club of Annapolis was an association of gentlemen founded in that city between the years 1740 1745 and existed for about forty years tr rw NEW JERSEY 20 1682 Farthing in silver sometimes called the shilling Mark Newby an immigrant who set tled in N J in 1681 brought these coins with him from Ireland where they were probably struck in 1678 By an Act of the N J Legislature of May 8


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    GEORGE J. FULD 1932 - 2013

    10/20/2013

    s and discoveries and was never dogmatic about his knowledge I was fortunate enough to spend a day with George in 2008 visiting the Maryland Historical Society and authenticating their amazing holdings of iconic historic medals including the original silver Comitia Americana medal awarded to revolutionary War hero John Eager Howard by the early Congress for the Battle of Cowpens an Annapolis tuesday club medal and their complete set of Maryland medals Betts 34 36 In the above photo from our visit that day L R are Jeannine Disviscour Curator David Menchell Barry Tayman George Fuld Tony Lopez and the late Patricia Ann Roberts MdHS Volunteer in front of a painting of John Eager Howard by Charles Willson Peale George always generous with his knowledge and time saw a need the


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    BOOK REVIEWS: 100 GREATEST AMERICAN MEDALS AND TOKENS BY JAEGER AND BOWERS

    BOOK REVIEWS: 100 GREATEST AMERICAN MEDALS AND TOKENS BY JAEGER AND BOWERS

    11/18/2007

    erkins Pete Smith Steve Tanenbaum Alan Weinberg and Ben Weiss Leafing through the book I encountered favorite after favorite Call me a guy who never met a numismatic item he didn t like but I didn t see a single piece that I could argue didn t belongin the book Some of my favorites are the 1818 New Spain Jola 96 the Washington Column Indian Peace Medal 2 known 95 the 1746 Annapolis tuesday club medal 3 known 80 the 1824Washington Lafayette counterstamps 48 Hard Times Tokens 34 and the 1714 Glouchester Court House token 33 Topping the list was naturally the 1776 Libertas AmericanaMedal which the authors note won the top spot by a good margin It certainly had my vote for No 1 its beauty symbolism craftsmanship and place in history are unparalleled A closesecond wa


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    The Asylum, Fall 2004 (pg. 11)

    10/1/2004

    el in sharp contrast to the ascendancy of the public auction in modern times It is difficult to overstate the quality of the Senter collection In recent times the best set of Belts medals to come on the market belonged to Luclen LaRiviere This material described by Bowers Merena in three separate catalogues 20 2 l contained only one great rarity not found in Senter the Anna olis tuesday club medal In contrast the Senter catalogue boasts an Oglethorpe medal a 1693 Louis XIV family medal an MONOS ET VIRTUS medal an Anthony Wayne medal and the 1780 Virginia Mappy While United none of which are in LaRiviere If Senter had a special strength in his United States section it was the Admiral Vernon medals Over one fourth of the 623 num bers listed by Betts are Admiral Vernon medals


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    The Asylum, October-December 2013 (pg. 39)

    10/1/2013

    over 40 years and in 2008 I was fortunate enough to gather with George Barry and David Menchell for a meeting with Maryland Historical Society Curator Jean nine Disviscour to authenticate their amaz ing holdings of historical med als This included the original silver Comitia Americana medal awarded to Revolutionary War hero Colonel John Eager Howard for the Battle of Cowpens an Annapolis tuesday club medal and the Society s conv plete set of Maryland medals Betts 34 36 During our visit George saw a need there and later became a volunteer at the MdHS assisting them with identifying and cataloging their numismatic holdings George was generous with his knowledge and helped me with various projects over the years on historic and Indian Peace medals he was a veritable encyclopedia Despit


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    The MCA Advisory, June 2001 (pg. 8)

    6/1/2001 Medals Tokens

    Betts 535 Lot 2014 sold for 33 350 A 1872 Dominion of Canada Indian Peace Medal Lot 2025 brought 18 400 A large silver Thomas Jefferson Indian Peace Medal IP 2 in XF condition Lot 2030 brought 115 000 A smaller silver example IP 4 in VF Lot 2029 brought 36 800 A silver original 1756 Kittanning Destroyed Medal Betts 400 Lot 2075 brought 66 700 An example of the 1746 tuesday club of Annapolis Medal Betts 383 Lot 2067 one of four known realized 57 500 A gold 1759 Quebec Taken Medal Betts 401 one of three known Lot 2093 in XF condition sold for 23 000 The enigmatic copper 1763 Charles Town Social Club Medal Betts 508 Lot 2107 brought 19 550 A 1772 Botetourt Medal Betts 528 Lot 2124 sold for 12 650 Answers to Questions In issue 4 a question 4 3


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    The MCA Advisory, August 2009 (pg. 4)

    8/1/2009 Medals Tokens

    Christoph de Levi Due d Ampville as Viceroy of New France Betts 39 Martin Smeltzing s 1700 silver Scottish Colony of Darien Betts 88 appears with fitted shagreen case one of two examples of the 1737 James Oglethorpe Prize Medal Betts 170 is offered A sumptuous 1747 gold medal honors Admiral Anson s defeat of the French fleet and his circumnavigation of the globe the legendary Annapolis tuesday club Medal ca 1750 is the only example known in bronze Betts 383 4


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    The MCA Advisory, September 2009 (pg. 3)

    9/1/2009 Medals Tokens

    ous of which we discuss elsewhere in this issue under The Montreal Medal Cavils aside the material in the sale was simply glorious Appropriately it attracted a good crowd in the room as well as considerable activity from the phones and the internet Aided by a well moneyed book bidder the former owner prices were well above the bargain level Some prices were below Ford e g the copper tuesday club hammered at 37 500 vs 40 000 the Kittanning brought 75 000 vs 90 000 the gold Louisborg 65 000 vs 75 000 and the silver Germantown 32 500 vs 45 000 Other prices were above Ford notably the large Jefferson peace medal at 300 000 hammer a world record for a silver medal by a wide margin The Betts 35 the Maryland medal fetched 110 000 almost double the Ford price but this sp


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    The MCA Advisory, January 2011 (pg. 8)

    1/1/2011 Medals Tokens

    ify that the collection still exists if it has been expanded or what Too many repositories have been squeezed by financial issues It is a pity that choice items such as we will list below cannot be viewed ad studied In the 1966 Exhibition the Henry Ford Museum displayed these items among others 1 Capture of Treasure at Matanzas Betts 24 2 John Law Medals Betts 126 and 128 3 Annapolis tuesday club medal Betts 383 in copper This item is particularly important with the only other example in this metal having been sold from the John J Ford collection If the die state of the piece could be determined it might show whether the piece is a pattern or an emblem of membership as are the examples in silver 4 Anson s Voyage Betts 382 in silver 5 1757 Quaker Indian Peace medal Betts 401


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    The MCA Advisory, April-May 2011 (pg. 8)

    4/1/2011 Medals Tokens

    27 47 grams 46 36 mm Letters to the Editor John A few days ago I bought on e Bay what I believe is a Robert Ready British made 19th century high quality cast copy of the tuesday club 1746 Annapolis Maryland medal It is likely a copy of the British Museum s silver specimen Please view e Bay 140522290779 and give me your thoughts Other Robertt Ready excellent casts of Maryland silver colonial coins appeared in the Stack s 2009 Americana sale consigned by the MD Historical Society Funny thing is this eBay South Carolina source specimen was initially posted 2 weeks ago wi


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    The MCA Advisory, May-June 2006 (pg. 7)

    5/1/2006 Medals Tokens

    291 296 while the two laggards were acquired for 5500 and 4000 Lots 297 298 A St Vincent s Black Corps medal ex Leonard Finn in choice condition and without any signs of a suspension loop climbed from an opening 2300 to sell for 11 000 Lot 306 At LaRiviere a nice example with a suspension loop was bought for 3800 Lot 1047 Next on the block was a superb bronze medal for the tuesday club in Annapolis dated 1746 Acquired from Fred Baldwin in 1967 it is believed the only example known in this metal and opened at 15 000 going on to sell for 40 000 Lot 307 Unique though it may well be in bronze it would appear from surviving club records that examples of the medal were actually presented to its members in silver or gilt silver and this striking may well represent a proof or


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    The MCA Advisory, May-June 2006 (pg. 13)

    5/1/2006 Medals Tokens

    arth It will fit in their collection The second silver a rather typical one brought 35 000 hammer which today was actually a little cheap The copper ones mostly sold for well over 10 000 and even a badly cleaned one brought 5500 The market held despite the plenitude and already I suspect the want lists have all been filled and the market awaits more specimens from somewhere The tuesday club medal brought 40 000 not much less than LaRiviere s original gilt silver one despite the fact that this one was in copper It s basically one of two impressions from the dies in private hands so who is to say 40 000 is too much Ditto the Charleston Social Club at 55 000 A lot more than LaRiviere s but then again this one was a bit nicer People paid for rarity at the Ford sale People als


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    The MCA Advisory, August 2008 (pg. 3)

    8/1/2008 Medals Tokens

    in detail in issues to come Just to whet the appetite the group located an original John Eager Howard medal in silver as well as related family papers Even more astounding was a group of three Maryland Settled medals Betts 34 35 and 36 Each is extremely rare in its own right but the group of three must be unique As if these jewels were not sufficient the group also viewed an Annapolis tuesday club medal silver gilt This visit qualifies as a feast of feasts we can all look forward to the salivating details yet to come 3


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    The Cabinet of Lucien M. LaRiviere: Part II (pg. 165)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    n the Hudson s Bay Company medal of George III and the 1872 and 1873 medals commemorating Treaty No 2 of Canada This Betts medal collection is perhaps the most complete offered at public auction and includes classic rarities as well as high quality specimens of relatively common issues trulv yielding something for everyone Never before have the 1632 Maryland Settled medal the 1746 Annapolis tuesday club medal the 1756 Kittanning Destroyed and the 1763 Charles ton Social Club medal all been offered in the pages of the same catalogue More than 100 other Betts medals are included in this offering medals of the early history of the New World and


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    The Cabinet of Lucien M. LaRiviere: Part II (pg. 210)

    Numismatics; Auction catalogs

    design and legend Prooflike surfaces show some natural iridescence and some unobtrusive hairlines A beautiful specimen in an exceptional state of preservation This medal is among the most rare and important of all Betts medals one of only a handful in the en tire series struck for distribution exclusively in what would be come the United States These include the famed rarities of the 1746 tuesday club 1756 Kittanning and 1757 Quaker Peace medals It depicts two gentlemen in upper class 18th century dress shaking hands with the legend VINCTI AMICITIA or Bound in friendship on the obverse with a re verse featuring only the legend SOCIAL CLUB INSTI TUTED CHARLES TOWN SOUTH CAROLINA VI OCTOBER MDCCLXIII The first example of this medal sold at public auction ap peared in the sale


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    Biographical Dictionary of Medallists, vol. 3 [I-MA] (pg. 170)

    /1907 Medals

    II Sir Joh n Barnard 17444 y Recapture of Prague I idi Brur of Phnrli reF f nminp 1 1 vor V i 4 iYjcueti m uic i 4 ib ucu i F ST PA0I S CaORiJR TABD K epu he of the Rebels by the Duke of Cumberland i74 0 L only 2 varieties y Others oft the same event 2 var Battle of Culloden 1746 TAnotherj on the same event obv only Medal of the tuesday club of Annapolis j George 11 and the Duke of Com yifeefland a counter several varieties Frederick and Augusta Prides and Princess of Wales a counter t William Puke of Cum berland 3 var of Counters Augusta Prmbss of Whiles a series of Counters unsigned Med Hi pp fay 62f o 5 3 9 3 10 William Prince of Orange Stadholder 1 747 fWce of A s ia Chapdle pro


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    American Numismatic Society Magazine: 2014, Issue 4 (pg. 59)

    12/1/2014 Numismatics Periodicals

    SALK NUMBER I m PUBLIC EXHIBITION FROM SATURDAY NOVEMBER FOURTEENTH Fig 7 Large cent 1794 Starred Reverse Sheldon 48 Formerly in the John W Adams collection 1972 82 re sold by Heritage February 15 2008 lot 2050 Images courtesy of Heritage Auctions ha com Fig 8 Silver medal of the tuesday club a social club for gentlemen in eighteenth century Annapolis c 1750 Betts 383 From the John W Adams collection sold by Heritage January 8 2014 lot 3062 Im ages courtesy of Heritage Auctions ha com THE IMPORTANT N um i sm at i c Coll ect ion FORMED BY TIIE I ATE W VV C WILSON MONTREAL CANADA UNITED STATES CANADIAN COINS KAKLY AM K RICAN CANADIAN HISTORICAL MKDALS MEDALS PR


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    Proceedings of the Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia for the Years 1928 to 1935 Inclusive, vol. 32 (pg. 265)

    1/1/1935

    River 223 Tortosa 1 14 115 Touching the Fringe of History 21 49 Tour Around the World 157 104 Tournefort AI 128 Townsend John W 17 Trinity College Dublin 186 193 Tripoli 138 139 140 141 143 147 148 Trollope Mrs 193 Trout Run Whitemarsh 221 Trueman Morris 224 225 Trumbull John 185 Trumbull Jonathan 183 Tru xton Commodore Thomas 120 121 122 Tucker Captain 179 tuesday club Annapolis 192 Tully 183 184 185 Tunis 146 147 Tunis Bey of 146 147 Turner William J 17 56 Tutein Dexter A 72 U Ba Ohn 24 Union League 34 35 42 56 79 182 208 Union Library Catalogue 90 United Gas Improvement Co 24 L nited States Almanac 1782 239 United States Committee 200th Anni versary of George Washing ton s Birth 24 United States Government I rinting ffice


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    Proceedings of the Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia for the Years 1928 to 1935 Inclusive, vol. 32 (pg. 196)

    1/1/1935

    lanting corn or avoiding Indian tomahawks But the Virginia lMaryland Carolina group of leaders seemed to thrive on a policy of private education which was topped off by an English sojourn Men of the Daniel Dulany ty e were the product of home tutoring plus a few years at Oxford Cambridge or the Inns of Court The results of all this were seen in the poli tics of the Southern scpiire in the tuesday club at Annapolis and in the small congenial groups throughout the South who had ideas and digested them thoroughly And it is furthermore almost axiomatic that the farther one gets from the North in these pre Revolutionary days the more men does one hnd who received their college or legal training in the mother country The Inns of Court in London before 1815 counted on their rolls nineteen men f


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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 1 (202) (pg. 71)

    1/15/2001

    emble Considering both its scope and quality the LaRiviere Collection is certain to be remembered as one of the finest cabinets of early American medals ever formed Its highlights include many of the most noted rarities of this an cient and honorable field A brief listing includes the only speci men of the 1632 Maryland Settled medal in private hands the only specimen of the 1746 Annapolis tuesday club medal in private hands and silver original strikings of the first two medals struck on American soil the 1756 Kittanning Destroyed medal and the 1757 Quaker Peace medal Thirty Indian Peace medals dating from 1686 to 1901 make this the most significant offering of Peace medals since the 1925 auction of the W W C Wilson Collection Peace medals to be offered include the very rare circa 1777


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    American colonial history illustrated by contemporary medals (pg. 337)

    /1894

    179 193 196 226 228 238 239 261 284 286 American Numis and Arch l Soc 51 85 89 193 267 Amherst Gen Sir Jeflfrey Lord Am herst 181 185 186 187 i8g 190 191 192 197 Amsterdam Holland 240 264 289 291 292 294 304 Andre Major Capture of 266 Anjou Duke of see also Philip V of Spain 37 38 43 Anna of Austria Queen of Philip 1 1 of Spain 3 4 Annapolis tuesday club 171 Anne Queen of England 46 48 91 Anson Lord George his Voyage around the World 170 256 Ansonburg N C 170 Anthon Charles E 85 86 199 Appleton W S iv 18 94 95 205 226 229 243 244 245 246 248 261 297 300 302 332 Argylc Duke of 115 116 Armed Neutrality Treaty of 1780 241 255 262 263 265 270 271 272 Armentieres France 261 Arms Alckmaar 7


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 10, No. 4 (42) (pg. 17)

    12/1/1989

    e accepted provided the additional words are remitted for at the rate of 8 per word per insertion Hon cenber advertising will be accepted at the rate of 8 per word subject to the advertising restrictions listed above Word eountr Mama and address will count as five words All other words and abbreviations figure combinations and initials count as one word each WANTED MEDAL OF THE ANNAPOLIS tuesday club dated 14 May 1746 1740 1780 Betts Colonial Medals No 383 Hank Schab 723 Melrose Street Annapolis MD 21401 WANTED PENNA TOKENS AND ADVERTISING Mirrors George Wash ington storecards John Wanamaker collectibles and old charge coins Thanks George Ganter 580 E St Andrews Dr Media PA 19063 WANTED INFORMATION AND PHOTOS for Latin America token


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    MD TAMS Journal, Vol. 2, No. 3 (7) (pg. 6)

    3/1/1981

    of five shillings sterling and the first coinage was the Lord Baltimore shilling sixpence fourpence and penny minted about 1659 In 1733 the colony of Maryland began to issue paper currency and although the eariy issues are now unobtainable the collector may obtain notes of the revolutionary years for a modest sum Around 1750 an extremely interesting rather crude medal was issued for the tuesday club a literary and social club in Annapoiis Only a few of these medals are now in existence of the tnirty or so that were made An excellent article on the medal and the history of the club can be found in the Numismatist Immediately following the revolutionary war two merchants of Maryland Chalmers of Annapolis and Barr y of Baltimore issued silver tokens which circulated as money The Barry


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 28, No. 2 (112) (pg. 4)

    6/1/2007

    nd in the nominations in question VII Armouncements a President Craig l That one of our long time members R Lee Burton Jr had passed away and 2 A proposed elongated for the 2007 MSNA Convention b B Bodt The recent book Saving Our Harvest it is about the canning packing industry in MD and elsewhere by E Kee may have a second printing VIII Show Tell a E Craig A medal from the tuesday club which was in Annapolis MD b B Bodt A badge made for the Phillips Mfg Co Newark MD c J Shipley A falconry ring d R Sears A Daniel Gilman 1 st President of Johns Hopkins medal e T Kotche MD Challenge Coins etc 1 VOL xxvm NO 2 WHOLE NO 112 MD TAMS JOURNAL 4


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