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Newman Numismatic Portal
by Howard R. Newcomb
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The standard guide to United States large cent varieties for the years covered.
Topics: Numismatics, Large Cents
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Company for Coining Copper. Ledger, 1788. Kept by Jeremiah Platt and recording shipments to the Federal Mint, wages at the Copper Works in Hamden, and other expenses.  From the New Haven (CT) Museum, Whitney Library, MSS 83 Item #9.  
Topics: Numismatics, Connecticut
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by Stack's
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Topics: Numismatics, Archival resources
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), box 1. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Box 1 includes 1792-1797.
Topics: Numismatics, U.S. Mint
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by Chapman, Henry; Chapman, Samuel Hudson
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Topics: Numismatics, Auction companies
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The branch Mint die shipment ledger for the period 1839-1854, showing deliveries of dies from Philadelphia to the branch Mints (New Orleans, Dahlonega, Charlotte). Scanned at the National Archives in Philadelphia, under the direction of R. W. Julian, and funded by a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society.
Topics: Numismatics, National Archives
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by National Archives
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Ledger listing institutions to which sets of Confederate money were sent. From the National Archives, record group 56, entry 309.  Date is approximate.
Topics: Numismatics, Confederate
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 178, volume 1. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 178 summary: Ordinary Receipts and Expenditures. 3 volumes: 1792–1817, 1794–1796, and 1794–1826.
Topic: Numismatics
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by U.S. Mint
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Branch Mint dies 1839 to 1854. United States Mint die coinage records, gathered from the National Archives & Records Administration, courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
Topic: Numismatics, U.S. Mint
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U.S. National Archives & Record Administration (NARA) record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 24B (Slidell investigation at New Orleans, 1839). Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society.
Topics: Numismatics, U.S. Mint
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by Stack's
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Topics: Numismatics, Archival resources
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 36 to 40, scanner images 1 to 400. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Boxes 36 to 40 cover the period March 1854 to May 1855.
Topic: Numismatics
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by National Archives
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U.S. Mint medal account, 7/25/1859 to 1/12/1866 (first 30 pages). National Archives record group 104, entry 105a.
Topics: Numismatics, U.S. Mint, Medals
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 113, volume 1. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 113 summary: Registers of Gold and Silver Deposits. Silver: 1794–1843, Gold: 1795–1836 and 1849–1850.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 36 to 40, scanner images 1201 to 1600. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Boxes 36 to 40 cover the period March 1854 to May 1855.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 181, volume 1. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 181 summary: Ordinary Receipts and Expenditures. 2 volumes: 1797–1817 and 1817–1835.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 41 to 45, scanner images 1201 to 1600. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Boxes 41 to 45 cover the period June 1855 to February 1857.
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U.S. Mint coinage records scanned from the National Archives, record group 104, entry 271, volume 5. Covers the period July 1, 1896 to June 30, 1906. Courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 11, scanner's images 2401 to 2653. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 11 summary: New Orleans Mint Correspondence with the Philadelphia Mint, 1835–1846 (representing boxes 28 to 31 of NARA entry 11).
Topic: Numismatics
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by Waldo Newcomer
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Set of 35 photographic plates depicting coins from the Waldo Newcomer (1867-1934) collection. Courtesy of Saul Teichman. Date is approximate.
Topics: Numismatics, Waldo Newcomer
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 36 to 40, scanner images 401 to 800. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied.  Boxes 36 to 40 cover the period March 1854 to May 1855.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 113, volume 2. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 113 summary: Registers of Gold and Silver Deposits. Silver: 1794–1843, Gold: 1795–1836 and 1849–1850.
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National Archives & Records Administration, record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 23 (Peale papers, excluding the Peale report covering Peale's survey of European Mints). 473 images, scanned under the direction of R. W. Julian, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatics Society.
Topics: Numismatics, U.S. Mint
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by Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Society
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Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Society ledger, covering the period 1880 to 1889.
Topics: Numismatics, Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Society
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by Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Society
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Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Society ledger, covering the period 1878 to 1889.
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by Edgar Adams
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Photographic plates of U.S. coins, mostly pattern pieces, apparently by Edgar Adams, representing coins sold by Adams to Virgil Brand. Date is approximate. Courtesy of Saul Teichman.
Topics: Numismatics, Patterns
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Denver Mint coinage die use, from December 3, 1910 to November 16, 1925. Scanned at the National Archives in Denver, record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 19. Courtesy of John Graffeo.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 41 to 45, scanner images 801 to 1200. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Boxes 41 to 45 cover the period June 1855 to February 1857.
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by Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Society
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Western Pennsylvania Numismatic Society ledger, covering the period from 1878 to 1880.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 196. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 196 summary: Daily Accounts, Chief Coiner.
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Correspondence from branch Mints and Assay Offices, from the National Archives (record group 104, entry 216, volume 4), covering the period January 21, 1839 to December 21, 1839.  Courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 36 to 40, scanner images 801 to 1200. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied.  Boxes 36 to 40 cover the period March 1854 to May 1855.
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Coinage Expenses and Coinage Tables. 1792–1835.
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U.S. branch Mint correspondence from the National Archives, record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 216 (letters received from branch Mints and assay offices), volume 2, covering March 13, 1835, to December 29, 1836. Courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
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U.S. Mint coinage records scanned from the National Archives, record group 104, entry 271, volume 1. Covers the period July 1, 1875 to June 30, 1879. Courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 118, volume 1. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 118 summary: Gold and Silver for the Melter & Refiner. 1831–1833 and 1836–1840.
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Record Group 104, Records of the New Orleans LA Branch Mint and Assay Office, 1840-1942. Fair Copies of Letters Sent by Superintendant and Chief Clerk, July 5, 1878 to April 23, 1879. National Archives catalog ID 2579527.
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U.S. National Archives, record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 216 (branch Mint correspondence), volume 1. Covering July 5, 1834 to December 26, 1836. Courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 41 to 45, scanner images 1 to 400. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied.  Boxes 41 to 45 cover the period June 1855 to February 1857.
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by National Archives
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Report on investigation into operations of the New Orleans Mint. From the National Archives, record group 104, entry 24B, courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
Topics: Numismatics, New Orleans Mint
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 42 (copper account book, deliveries  of bullion to the chief coiner and coins received in return, 1796–1839). Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian, operating under a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 186. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 186 summary: Gold Deposit Signatures. 1850.
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U.S. National Archives, record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 3 (letter books), book C, including correspondence from 1795-1824. Note, version "a" of the related .pdf file (see file list) is a sharpened version of pp. 257-309.
Topics: Numismatics, U.S. Mint
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 36 to 40, scanner images 2001 to 2152. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied.  Boxes 36 to 40 cover the period March 1854 to May 1855.
Topic: Numismatics
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 96, volume 6. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 96 summary: Bullion Ledgers. 7 volumes: 1794–1795, 1794–1802, 1803–1810, 1811–1825, 1825–1831, 1832–1834, and 1835–1837.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), box 2. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Box 2 includes 1793-1795.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 8 to 10, scanner images 1 to 500. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Boxes 8 to 10 cover the period January 1829 to October 1830.
Topic: Numismatics
Index of correspondence received and sent from the United States Mint and its officers, May 5, 1792 to July 16, 1835. From the U.S. National Archives, record group 104, entry 212, courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
Topics: Numismatics, U.S. Mint
From the U.S. National Archives, record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 216 (branch Mint correspondence), volume 6, covering January 18, 1842 to January 21, 1845. Courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 11 to 18, scanner images 1001 to 1500. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Boxes 11 to 18 cover November 1830 to August 1837.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 162. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 162 summary: Letter Book. 1796–1831. See also Record Group 104, Entry 3. 
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U.S. Mint Director correspondence, from the U.S. National Archives, record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 235, volume 30, covering the period August 16, 1882 to December 5, 1882.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 41 to 45, scanner images 2001 to 2397. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied.  Boxes 41 to 45 cover the period June 1855 to February 1857.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 41 (gold account book, showing deliveries of bullion to the chief coiner and coins received in return, 1795-1834). Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), box 3. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Box 3 includes 1797-1801.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 32 to 35, scanner images 1 to 400. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied.  Boxes 32 to 35 cover the period December 1851 to February 1854.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 113, volume 3. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 113 summary: Registers of Gold and Silver Deposits. Silver: 1794–1843, Gold: 1795–1836 and 1849–1850.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 22 to 24, scanner images 1 to 400. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied.  Boxes 22 to 24 cover the period 1842 to 1845.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 11, scanner's images 801 to 1200. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 11 summary: New Orleans Mint Correspondence with the Philadelphia Mint, 1835–1846 (representing boxes 28 to 31 of NARA entry 11).
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 178, volume 2. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 178 summary: Ordinary Receipts and Expenditures. 3 volumes: 1792–1817, 1794–1796, and 1794–1826.
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U.S. Mint coinage records scanned from the National Archives, record group 104, entry 272, volume 1. Covers the period July 1, 1880 to June 30, 1887. Courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
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Correspondence between the U.S. Mint and Boulton, 1816-1833.
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U.S. National Archives, record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 3 (letter books), book F, including correspondence from 1824-1835.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 41 to 45, scanner images 401 to 800. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Boxes 41 to 45 cover the period June 1855 to February 1857.
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U.S. National Archives, record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 3 (letter books), book E, including correspondence from 1824 to 1831.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 1 (General Correspondence, 1792-1857), boxes 11 to 18, scanner images 1501 to 2000. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Boxes 11 to 18 cover November 1830 to August 1837.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 148. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 148 summary: WEIGHT RECORDS FOR BULLION.   1815-16, 1820-26, 1835-40.  4 vols.  5 in.  Shown are weights of gold and silver bullion deposited at the mint by banks and...
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Record of coins reserved by the U.S. Mint for assay purposes. From the U.S. National Archives, record group 104, entry 26.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 11, scanner's images 401 to 800. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 11 summary: New Orleans Mint Correspondence with the Philadelphia Mint, 1835–1846 (representing boxes 28 to 31 of NARA entry 11).
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 197. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 197 summary: Lists of Workers. 1796–1800.
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Correspondence from Robert M. Patterson to David Bradford, regarding the Tyler residence and consturction at the New Orleans Mint.From the U.S. National Archives, Record Group 104, Entry 11, courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.
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U.S. National Archives, record group 104 (U.S.Mint), entry 3 (letter books), book A (1796-1804).
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 11, scanner's images 1 to 400. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 11 summary: New Orleans Mint Correspondence with the Philadelphia Mint,  1835–1846 (representing boxes 28 to 31 of NARA entry 11).
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Correspondence between the U.S. Mint and Matthew Boulton, 1796-1799.
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U.S. National Archives & Records Administration (NARA), record group 104 (U.S. Mint), entry 96, volume 1. Scanned under the direction of Robert W. Julian at the NARA Philadelphia facility, operating via a grant from the Central States Numismatic Society. Note, for correspondence, endorsements were generally not copied. Entry 96 summary: Bullion Ledgers. 7 volumes: 1794–1795, 1794–1802, 1803–1810, 1811–1825, 1825–1831, 1832–1834, and 1835–1837.
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