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PUBLIC AUCTION SALE 

Rare Coins, Medals, Paper Money, Etc. 

The Lynch, Walker, Tilden and Other Collections 



Including: Five Hundred Lots of Political and Presidential Medals and 
Tokens, from John Adams to Abraham Lincoln; A Splendid Offering 
of nearly One Thousand Foreign Silver Crowns and Multiple Crowns; 
many silver pieces of smaller size; RARE U. S., PRIVATE AND FOR- 
EIGN GOLD, Magnificent U. S. Silver Coins, Rare Silver Dollars of 
1836 (2 varieties), 1839, 1852, 1858, etc.; Fine Half Dollars of 1796 (2 
varieties) and 1797; Splendid Half Dime Collection of G. L. Tilden, 
Esqr.; Numismatic Books; A Wonderfully Fine Collection of Rare 
S^crThalers; Pattern U. S. Gold Dollar of 1836, 1848, Cal. Quarter 
Eagle, Choice U. S. Cents and Half Cents, Paper Money, Foreign 
Copper Coins, Silver Medals, etc., etc. A Sale of over 3000 Lots, the 
Longest one we have ever held, and one of the most important. 

IN FOUR SESSIONS, WITHOUT RESERVE, ON 

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 
June 22, 23, 24 and 25, 1921 

Commencing^each day promptly at 1.30 P. M. 

DANIEL R. KENNEDY, Auctioneer 

AT THE ROOMS OF 

THE ELDER COIN & CURIO COMPANY 

Twenty-one West Thirty-fifth St., New York City. 

EXHIBITS — Only the Lots for Each Day’s Sale Will be Exhibited at a Time, Between 
9 A. M. and 1 P. M. No lots will be shown or delivered during the progress 
of the sate. 



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Catalogued by THOMAS L. ELDER 

Fellow of The American Numismatic Society; Fellow of The Royal Nu- 
ismatic Society of Great Britain; Member of the British Numismatic 
ocietv. The American Numismatic Association, The New York Numis- 
matic Club, The Pennsylvania Historical Society, Etc. 

Registered Cable Address. Ranfurly, New York 



NOTE. In order to assist new bidders, Mr. Elder will be glad to 
advise them in regard to the value of any lot in this sale. 



SIZES OF COINS AM) MED AOS. 



in tliis Catalogue given in Millimetres. 




AR. — Silver 
AE. — Bronze 
Abt. — About. 

B. — Brass. 

D. — Pence. 

Dif. — Differen t. 
F. — Fine. 

Fa. — Fair. 



G. — Good. 

h. c. — Hair-cord. 

L.— Left. 

Lib. — Liberty. 
MM. — Milimeters. 
Obv. — Obverse. 
Oct. — Octagonal. 
Pf. — Proof. 



R. — Right. 

Rx Reverse. 

U. — Unc. 

Unc. — Uncirculated. 

V. — Very. 

Var. — Variety. 

Var. — Varieties. 

W. M. — White Metal. 



U. S. Mints are Designated as Follows: 

C. — Charlotte. O. — New Orleans. 

C. C. — Carson City. S. — San Francisco. 

D. — Dahlonega. Without Letter — Philadelphia. 

CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



This is a bona-fide public sale, for prompt cash settlement, and irrespon- 
sible persons who are not sure whether they can pay for what they bid on. 
are asked not to bid. The cataloguer has taken special pains to describe each 
lot accurately. Errors will be corrected, but he reserves the sole right to de- 
cide upon any claims. No corrections or refunds will be made, and no lota 
can be returned, unless the bidder submits his case in writing within 30 days 
of the date of the sale. 

Coins and medals are sold at so much per PIECE, and no lot will be sep- 
arated. The auctioneer will accept any bid up to 50c., then 5c up to $2.50, 
when 10c. advance must he bid, up to $10.00, when no advance under 50 
cents will be accepted. If there are 5 pieces in the lot and you wish to pay 
$5.00 for the entire lot, then bid $1.00. 

Auction sales are strictly for cash. Parties unknown to me and bidding 
for the first time, must give bank or other reliable reference, or their bids 
will not be executed. 

Forward your bids as early as possible, as thousands of bids have to be 
entered. Do not make ridiculously low bids, such as 10c. and 15c. on foreign 
silver coins worth several times over as bullion. Write your bids plainly, 
with a pen if practicable. 

Where the number of pieces in a lot is not given after the description, 
there is but one piece in the lot. 

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Be sure you hid on the lot you wish to buy. 

All coins, etc., are genuine unless otherwise described 

A charge of 5% will be made to cover packing and shipping, but where 
the parcel is bulky an additional packing charge will be made. No charge 
made for bidding except for lots actually purchased. Remit by money order 
or New York draft. 

If any further information is required as to valuation of lots, or how 
to bid. please write the cataloguer, THOMAS L. ELDER. 









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INTRODUCTION. 



In offering to collectors our last sale of the season, it is fitting that we 
should have in this sale the best medals, the best tokens, and the best 
coins, and the largest number listed in any sale we have held this year. 
The features are too numerous and varied to make detailed comment. We 
therefore briefly outline the 3,000 lots in this remarkable offering: 

The Magnificent Collection of American Political Medals and Tokens 
of J. E. Lynch. Esqr., of Mineola, N. Y., which includes hundreds of pieces 
of all presidents and candidates from John Adams to Abraham Lincoln, in- 
clusive. The Jackson, Van Buren, Harrison, Clay and Lincoln groups are 
notable, that of Lincoln having more varieties than ever offered before in a 
single sale. This section together with the Hard Times Tokens includes over 
500 lots, illustrated by a plate catalogue with about 20 plates. The Hard 
Times Tokens include many great rarities, the finest lot we have everliad. 

The Collection of the late George E. Walker, of Mt. St. Angelo, Sweet 
Briar, Va., includes about 750 lots, being especially strong in foreign silver 
of dollar size (of which there are several hundred) and foreign copper coins, 
totalling about 3,000 coins. 

The G. L. Tilden Collection contains much rare and choice silver, rare 
silver dollars, many early ones in proof state. In half dollars, choice ex- 
amples of 1794, 1795, two varieties of 1796, both very fine, something we 
have never had before together, 17 97 and a choice line of later dates; 
choice quarter dollars; dimes; and the finest collection of half dimes ever 
offered at public auction sale, including the choicest half disme known, 
wonderful examples of 1794, 1795, 1796, 1797, 1800, 1801 and 1802 in 
good condition, and remarkably fine examples of the rest of the list. Also 
fine cents, half cents and minor coins. Mr. Tildens books include some of 
interest and value. 

A Boston Consignment has a wonderful line of Rare Foreign Silver 
Thalers, many of highest rarity in the best preservation. This section 
alone comprises several hundred gem pieces. It is in fact the best lot we 
have ever offered at auction. 

Fine early American Gold, including private issues are offered. Some 
Colonial issues and choice U. S. Cents; military orders; early American pat- 
tern gold dollar, a quarter eagle marked CAL., a fine series of proclamation 
silver, uncirculated U. S. fractional currency, etc., all contribute to make 
this sale an event in numismatics not soon to be forgotten. 

After our last four-day sale we decided we would not hold another of 
that length, but so much fine material has been consigned for auction for 
this June sale, and as it will be our last sale until the late Fall, we decided 



to make an extra effort and catalogue the material for a sale of four ses- 
sions, which will be held on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 
June 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th, next. 

Collectors are reminded that this is a bona-fide sale, and not an approv- 
al sale and are asked to read our sale terms. Our sales are conducted open- 
ly, with full surveillance of collectors, and with a licensed auctioneer. We 
do not hold fake mail “auction sales", nor do we have fake auction records 
published in numismatic journals to mislead collectors. We do not believe 
coin collectors are gullible, or that they believe everything they read in 
advertisements. It is easy to make statements. 

Be sure you bid on the right lot. We have to correct errors at every 
sale, and we cannot be held responsible for such errors. 

THE ELDER COIN & CURIO COMPANY, 

THOMAS L. ELDER, MANAGER. 



New York, May 20, 1921. 



PLATE CATALOGUES, ETC. 



This sale includes a most notable collection of the early Presidential 
early political and hard times, or Jackson Tokens. About 500 lots in the 
first session are devoted to these tokens. Our plate catalogue of some 20 
photographic plates will be devoted almost entirely to them, as they are 
one of the important subjects in American numismatics which has been 
very much neglected in the past. Satterlee’s early work on these tokens 
we find rather incomplete and vague. His descriptions are brief and his 
book does not do justice to the subject. It is not claimed that this catalogue 
presents a nearly complete list, but it is more detailed and extensive than 
any work which has so far appeared excepting Mr. Lows. There are few col- 
lections of more importance in private hands today. Therefore the plate 
catalogue, with the priced list of this section of the catalogue, will be valu- 
able for reference. We expect to have splendid plates. We will furnish the 
complete set and price the token section of the catalogue for $7.50. This 
merely helps to cover the expense we have been put to in its preparation. 
After the sale we intend to have the token part reprinted and issued as a 
single unit, with the proper title. This will be sold, together with prices 
realized for $1.00, Only 100 copies of it will be printed. Send in your order 
now. Keep a ready and useful work for reference on these tokens. Not 
only do the plates show the presidential series, but they illustrate about all 
the rare hard times tokens. 



ORDER OF SALE. 

ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22nd, Lots Nos. 1 to 732 inclusive will be sold. 
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 23rd, Lots Nos. 733 to 1493, inclusive; 

ON FRIDAY, JUNE 24th, Lots Nos. 1494 to 2266 inclusive; 

ON SATURDAY, JUNE 25th, Lots Nos. 2267 to end of catalogue. 



Sale commences at 1:30 P. M. Intermission of 15 minutes in middle of 

each session. 



AUTHORITIES USED LN T PREPARING THIS CATALOGUE 



British Museum, Catalog of Anglo-Saxon Coins. 

Breton (P.N.). Coins and Tokens of Canada. 

British Museum Handbook of English, Irish and Scotch Coins. 

Babelon (E.). Monnaies de la Republique Romaine. 

Betts-Low. American Colonial Medals. 

Crosby (S.S.). Early Coins of America. 

Crosby (S.S.). U. S. Cents of 179 3. 

Cohen (H.). Des Monnaies Frappes Sous L’Empire Romaine. 
Fonrobert Catalogue By Weil). 

Gilbert-Elder. 17 94 Cents after Frossard. 

Gilbert-Elder. U. S. Cents of 179 6. 

Gilbert (Ebenezer). The U. S. Half Cents, (Pub. Elder Press). 

Hall. Swiss Coins. 

Head (Barclay V. Ph.D.). Historia Numorum. 

Knigge. European Thaler Cabinet. 

Knyphausen. Thaler cabinet. 

Low (Lyman Haynes). The Hard Times Tokens. 

Mailliet (Prosper-Lt. Col. of Artillery) Monnaies Obsidionales et de 
Necessite. 

Madden (F.S.). Coins of the Jews. 

Madai. Thaler cabinet. 

Munro. Coins of Japan. 

Schultheiss-Rechburg. Thaler Cabinet. 

Thomsen (Christian Juergensen). Les Monnaies Du Moyen Age. 

Von Loon. Medals & Coins of Holland. 



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MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF MEDALS AND TOKENS 
OF J. E. LYNCH, ESQR., MINEOLA, L. I. 



The Finest Oollection Ever Offered at Auction Sale. 



JOHN ADAMS. 

1 Bust r, by Lovett. Rx. Residence. AE & WM. 35. Unc. 2 pcs. 

2 Name, JOHN ADAMS — 179 7 on plain field, border of stars. Rx. Eagle. 

By Brichaut B. 31. Unc. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON. 

3 Bust to r, by Bolen. JEFFERSON above. Rx. THOMAS JEFFERSON 

— EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN; 3rd PRESIDENT 
U. S. Silver 25 MM. Unc. V.R. 

4 As last. AE and B. Rare. Unc. 2 pcs. 

5 Name on plain field to r. Below, JEFFERSON. Rx. Blank 22. Pew- 

ter. V. R. By Sneider (?) 

JAMES MUNROE. 

6 Bust to r by Furst. Rx. Clasped hands, calumet and tomahawk. Indian 

medal A.E. 51. Unc. 

JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. 

7 Bust r. Name as Prest. Rx similar to last. AE. 75. Unc. 

8 As last. Size 50. Unc. 

9 Similar bust r Name as Prest. Below, March 4, 1825. Rx. Liberty 

presenting Sprig to seated Indian Princess. “Science Gives Peace." 
etc. WM. 50. Rare. Ex. F. 

10 1828. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 

STATES OF AMERICA 1828. Rx. Eagle, Sprig. Stars. Pewter. Pierc- 
ed. V. Rare. Good. Size 39. 

11 Bust r. Name, Prest. etc. Rx. Residence AE. & WM. 35. Unc. 2 pcs. 



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ANDREW JACKSON. 

Born in the Maxhaw Settlement, North Carolina, March 5, 17 67. His 
ancestors came from the north of Ireland and were linen weavers. His 
early education amounted to nothing more than a knowledge of writing, 
reading and arithmetic. He never attended college. House of Representa- 
tives in 1796. U. S. Senate, 1797. Tennessee Supreme Court Judge, 1804. 
Fought several duels and killed his man. Maj. Gen. in Tennessee Militia 
in 1812. Called by the soldiers “Old Hickory”, who considered him physi- 
cally very tough. Defeated the Creek Indians in 1813. At famous battle 
of New Orleans he had only 7,000 men, 6 gunboats, 2 armed vessels. 
Against him were 50 British ships having 1,000 guns and land forces of 20,- 
000 veterans under General Pakenham. Battle fought Sunday Jan. 18, 
1815. It lasted 25 minutes. In two hours every enemy gun was silenced 
and its defenders driven to the rear. British lost 700 killed, 1400 wounded 
and 500 prisoners. Jackson losses are reported as 8 killed and 13 wounded. 
This battle ended the war. Congress ordered a gold medal struck to him. 
Defeated in nomination for President in 1824. In opposition to the U. S. 
Bank, a bank with $35,000,000 capital and national deposits of $7,000,000. 
Central bank was in Philadelphia and it had 25 branches. It failed in 1836. 
Of all the presidents except Jefferson and Lincoln, Jackson made a more 
important impression upon politics and therefore upon the country. In 
1832 lie was reelected to Presidency. Retired from Presidency at 70. He 
had a radical policy toward foreign nations and nearly got us into war with 
France through threats over the payment of a bill. He died at the Hermit- 
age June 8th, 1845. His medal and token series is important and includes 
a good many satirical pieces referring to the U. S. Bank and the financial 
situation 1834-38. 

12 Ugly military bust to left, GENL ANDREW JACKSON. Rx. in wrth. 

of olive and oak leaves, THE-NATION’S-PRIDE, the last word 
curved. Uncirculated. V. Rare. B. 24. 

Plate. 

13 Another, almost as fine. V. R. 

14 Similar type, but with a star between THE and NATION’S and NA- 

TION’S and PRIDE. Pierced at the top. Ex. Rare. Said to be not 
over a dozen in existence. B. Fine. 

Plate. 

15 Military Bust facing. GENL. ANDREW JACKSON Rx. HERO-O F-NEW 

ORLEANS in olive wreath of 38 leaves and 18 berries. Ex. F. Brass. 
24. Unc. Rare. 

Plate. 

16 Similar obv. Rx. wreath has 37 leaves and 20 berries. Attempted 

puncture. Fine. Rare. 

17 As last. Pierced to suspend at coat lapel. Unc. Rare. 

18 Obv. similar to lot 12. Rx. THE NATION’S GOOD in oak and olive 

wrth. 24. Unc. 

Plate. 

19 Homely civilian head to r ANDREW JACKSON. PRESIDENT. Rx. 

ELECTED. A.D. 1828. RE. ELECTED A.D. 1832, etc. Brass. Same 
as Low 3 (Hard Times Tokens). 28 Very fine. Rare. 



JACKSON MEDALS 



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20 Laureated bust to r. Name as Prest of U. S. Rx. like last. Low 4 . 

Dented near edge. V.Good 28. B. 

21 Bust facing. Name as Prest. U. S. 1833. Rx. Eagle. The Gallant etc. 

(Low 5). 26. B. Fair. Rare. 

22 Bust facing MY SUBSTITUTE FOR THE U. S. BANK, etc. Rx. Hog 

running to left. PERISH CREDIT. PERISH COMMERCE, etc. AE. 
(L.8), another with broader shoulders (L.10) Ex. F. last scarce. 
AE 29. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

23 Similar to first one in last lot, but struck in brass. (Low 9) About 

fine. Rare. 

24 Jackson facing holding sword in money chest. I TAKE THE RE- 

SPONSIBILITY. Rx. Donkey standing to L. THE CONSTITUTION 
AS I UNDERSTAND IT. (L.51) Ex. F. (3), also variety with thick 
bellied donkey (Low 53). 4 pcs. 

25 GENERAL JACKSON- THE-G ALLANT &— SUCCESSFUL— DEFENDER 

OF- NEW ORLEANS &— CANDIDATE FOR THE-PRESIDENCY OE 
THE-UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. — 1828. Rx. Eagle holding 
arrows and sprig in talons, surrounded by 24 stars. Pewter, pierced, 
at edge as usual 38. V. Rare. Fine. Plate. 

26 Long slender military bust to r. AND JACKSON PRESIDENT OF THE 

U. STATES. 1828. Rx. In wrth. HERO — of — NEW-ORLEANS. 
Pewter. 3 8. V.G. Pierced. Ex. Rare. Plate. 

27 Larger aged bust to r, civilian clothing. ANDREW JACKSON. Battle 

scene of New Orleans. BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS. Thick flan. 
35. About fine. Ex. Rare. Pewter, plate. 

28 Bust r, military style. GENL. ANDW JACKSON. Rx. “OLD HICKORY 

— THE HERO OF NEW-ORLEANS — FOR PRESIDENT OF THE U. 
S. 1828. WM. 29. Unc. V. R. Plate. 

29 Same obv. Rx. FOR — PRESIDENT — OF THE — UNITED STATES — 

SECCOND (Sic!) TERM — 1832. in olive wrth. WM. Unc. Ex. Rare. 
Plate. 

30 Same obv. Rx. RETIRED-FROfl THE- PRESIDENCY- OF THE U. S. — 

MARCH 4- 1837. in heavy oak wrth. Unc. Ex. R. WM. Plate. 

31 Crude bust (by C.W.B.) facing, GEN. ANDREW JACKSON. Rx. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA in circle inside wreath of olive 
leaves etc. Pewter 44. Unc. V. R. 

32 Bust to r, by Furst as President, 1829. Rx. Indian emblems, etc. Like 

lot 6. AE 51. Unc. 

33 Bust r. ANDREW JACKSON. Rx. Urn. BORN MAR. 15 1767. DIED 

JUNE 28, 1845. Pewter. Pierced as always. 28. Rare. Unc. 

34 As last, but with mourning ribbon. Unc. 



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35 Bust r in oval. JACKSON. Uniface design by Sneider, of N. Y. for 
embossing stamps. 25. Unc. R. Pewter. 

3 6 Jackson button, brass gilt, with shank. On under side the following: 

ANDREW JACKSON MARCH 4, 1829, surrounded by 24 stars. Ex. 
F. V. Rare. Said by some to have been worn on Jackson’s coat. 20. 

37 Head to left, hair standing high agove head. Rx. AND. JACKSON 

INAUGURATED PRESIDENT — U. S. — SECOND TERM — MAR. IV — 
1833. Diameter 19 MM. Gold proof. 

38 As last. Silver; and another, much thicker, in white metal, the last 

Ex. Rare. 2 pcs. 

39 Obv. as last. Rx. bust of Washington to r, last with P on bust. Silver. 

Unc. 

40 Civil War Tokens. Bust to 1. FOR OUR COUNTRY — A COMMON 

CAUSE. Rx. NOW AND FORVER, broad flan; another, smaller flan. 
C. Nickel. Unc. R. 2 pcs. 

41 Bust 1. THE FEDERAL UNION MUST AND SHALL BE PRESERVED. 

Rx. Snake coiled BEWARE — 1863. AE. War Card. Washington 
Mounted. Rx. THE UNION MUST & SHALL BE PRESERVED — 
JACKSON. F. 2 pcs. 

42 Bust to r. by Bolen JACKSON. Rx. ANDREW JACKSON — THE 

STERN-OLD-SOLDIER — A FOE- TO TRAITORS — 7th PRESIDENT. 
U.S. B. 25. R. 

4 3 As last, but bronze. Unc. Rare. 

4 4 As last. Rx. Jefferson. Silver. Ex. Rare. Plate. 

45 As last, but in Brass and Bronze. V. F. 2 pcs. 

4 6 Same obv. Rx. Webster. B. and AE. Ex. Rare. 2 pcs. 

47 Military bust r. OLD HICKORY — TOOK THE RESPONSIBILITY. Rx. 

Data, BORN MARCH 15, 1767— FOUGHT AT ROCKY MOUNT, AUG. 
6, 1780, etc. in 14 lines. B. and AE. 34 MM. Rare. 2 pcs. 

48 Bust in circle with three others, Jefferson, Cleveland and Tilden. Rx. 

large head of Cleveland 1. W Pf. 45 R. 

49 Bust mounted to 1 on tablet. TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Name. Rx. View of building. WM. Pf. 40. 

MARTIN VAN BUItEN 

Born at Kinderhook, N. Y. Dec. 5, 1782. Educated at local schools. 
Declared enemy of U. S. Bank, 1811. State Senate 1812. Attorney General 
of State 1815, 1819. U. S. Senate 1821. Defender of State rights, con- 
structionist. Secy of State under Jackson, 1829. Minister to England 1831, 
but not confirmed by Senate. President in 1836 by a small majority. Fin- 
ancial disasters overwhelmed the country during his presidency. Convened 
Congress in 1837 to meet the emergency. Nominated for Presidency in 
1840, but lost to William H. Harrison. He opposed the annexation of Texas. 



VAN BUREN MEDALS 



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Retired to Lindenwald. Was an able lawyer and speaker. Died July 24, 
1862. His medals and tokens form a rather interesting series, but is not 
nearly as extensive as that of either Jackson, Harrison or Clay. Some of 
the smaller tokens bear evidence of the same origin of workmanship as 
the same sized of the Harrison tokens. 

50 Bust to r, by Furst. Name as Prest. of the U. S. Rx. Indian tomahawk, 

pipe. Clasped hands. Like lot No. 6. AE. 50. Unc. 

51 Bust left. THE SOBER SECOND THOUGHTS OF THE PEOPLE ARE 

OK. Rx. Safe. aE. Pierced as usual. (See Low’s list). Fine. 29 
F. 

52 Small bust 1, MARTIN VAN BUREN. — BORN DEC. 5, 1..782. Rx. a 

flag — furled on a bit of turf. DEMOCRATS TO THE POLLS & 
VICTORY WILL BE OURS. Pierced at top. Copper. Fine. Ex. 
Rare. 25. 

Plate. 

53 Similar, but a little larger bust to 1. Same inscr. Rx. Unbalanced. 

scales; below them, 1840 and ribbons extending from pans, WHIGS 
and DEMOCRATS. Around border, WEIGHED IN THE BALANCE 
& FOUND WANTING. Pierced. B. 23 MM. 

54 Small, slightly different bust to r, head larger, and point of bust op- 

posite O. Rx. FREE SOIL — AND — FREE LABOUR; the token en- 
cased in an ornamented raised border. B. 27. Fine. V. Rare. Plate. 

55 1849. Hollow 'brass token. Head to r MARTIN-VAN BUREN — 1849. 

Six stars separate MARTIN and VAN. Rx. FREE SOIL — FREE 
LABOR — FREE SPEECH. 25. F. Ex. Rare. Plate. 

56 Bust to r. M. VAN BUREN semi-circle of stars beneath. Rx. Temple 

of Liberty. DEMOCRACY AND OUR COUNTRY. B. Pierced. 25. 
V. R. Plate. 

57 Bust 1, two buttons on coat. MARTIN VAN BUREN & DEMOCRACY 

8 stars. Rx. Unbalanced scales held by eagle; beneath, MARCH 4, 
1841. OUR PRINCIPLES ARE JUSTICE & EQUALITY. With ring. 
WM. Proof. 38. V. R. Plate. 

58 Similar bust to l, three buttons on coat, stars smaller. Same Ins. Rx. 

Temple of Liberty with three columns. A UNIFORM & SOUND 
CURRENCY — THE SUB-TREASURY. With ring. WM. Pf. 38. Unc. 
V. R. Plate. 

59 Bust to r, three buttons on coat; a sprig beneath bust; M. VAN BUREN 

above, 2 6 stars in semi-circle. Rx. Temple of Liberty, small styl8 
with four columns; a ship at left, etc. DEMOCRACY AND OUR 
COUNTRY. 27 MM. Pewter, pierced. Unc. V. R. 



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VAN BUREN MEDALS 



60 Small bust to r 4 buttons on coat. THE PRINCIPLES & PRUDENCE 

OF OUR FOREFATHERS. Rx. Van Buren plowing to left WHO 
CAN JUSTLY APPRECIATE LIBERTY & EQUALITY — THE DEMO- 
CRACY beneath; two lines of stars (26 in all) WM. Unc. Pierced 
at top as issued. Ex. Rare. 35. Plate. 

61 As last but in copper. Good. May be unique. 

6 2 Small bust 1 by Smith; M. VAN — BUREN, all in heavy wrth. Rx. De- 
fiant eagle to left. (VAN BUREN) THE COUNTRY DEMANDS HIS 
REELECTION. 38 . WM. Unc. V.R. Plate. 

63 Small bust to r. MARTIN VAN BUREN & DEMOCRACY, 6 stars be- 

neath. Rx. OUR — NEXT — PRESIDENT. WM. 30. Ex. F. V.R. 
Plate. 

64 Bust facing a little to the left. MARTIN VAN BUREN. THE PEO- 

PLE’S CHOICE. Rx. MARTIN VAN BUREN — VIII — PRESIDENT — 
OF THE — UNITED STATES. WM. 25. V. R. WM. 

NOTE: — This comes in other metals, and in the Elder Collection is 
found with reverse showing the card of Charles K. Warner of Phila- 
delphia. 

65 Bust 1. MARTIN VAN BUREN — THE FEARLESS DEMOCRAT. Rx. 

Data in 12 lines. WM. and R. Unc. R. 2 pcs. 



WILLIAM H. HARRISON 

Born at Berkeley, Charles City Co., Va., Feb. 9, 1773. Studious lad; 
Graduated from Hampden-Sidney College, then studied medicine. Ensign, 
U. S. Army, 17 91, in 1st Regt located in heart of Indian country, on site 
of Cincinnati. Captain of Artillery, 1795. House of Representative, 179 9. 
Governor of the Indian territory, now Indiana, 1800. Made general about 
same time. Made 13 treaties with Indians. Advanced to Tecumseh’s town 
of Tippecanoe in 1811 with 1,00 0 men and defeated him; this movement 
approved by Washington. Harrison had a bullet shot through the rim of his 
hat. Brevet Maj. Gen. of Ky. Militia in 1812. 8,000 volunteer troops de- 

manded that Harrison command them. Made commander of Northwestern 
Army. Helped to defeat British forces under Gen. Proctor, advancing into 
Canada, Oct. 5th, and also defeated Tecumseh and the Indians, settling 
forever* the Indian question. Great reception in Washington. Made Indian 
commissioner by Madison. Owned a farm at North Bend, O. in 1816. Judge 
of Supreme Court of Ohio. Received thanks of Congress and a gold medal, 
1818. Reelected to the House of Representatives 1821. U. S. Senate from 
Ohio in 1824. Erected a distillery on his farm, being in needy circum- 
stances, for consumption of his corn crop, but abandoned the idea and spoke 
for temperance. Whig Convention at Harrisburg, Dec. 4, 18^9, nomin- 
ated him for President. Elected and inauguration March 4, 1841. Died of 
pneumonia as the result of a chill a month later. Tt is thought his life was 
worn away by the hordes of office-seekers who persecuted him. Buried in 
Ohio. Torch light processions were inaugurated during his candidacy and 
he was called the “log cabin candidate.’’ His series of medals and tokens 
is extensive and important, affording the numismatist a splendid opportun- 
ity to study a variety of types, metals and types. There is a very interest- 



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ing series of the log cabins worn in the form of pins, in brass and othe*' 
metals, some showing the cabins under glass. This particular class is very 

rare. 

The best collection ever offered at auction sale. Contains some of the 
finest and rarest examples. 

THE LOG CABIN SERIES. 

Listed according to sizes, from largest to smallest. 

66 Bust facing, by C. W. Betts. WILLIAM H. HARRISON. Rx. Log 

cabin. Flag at right corner, chimney at left, with smoke issuing ta 
right. NINTH PRESIDENT OF THE — UNITED STATES. Pewter. 
45. Unc. V. R. Plate. 

67 A log cabin with chimney at left end, smoke to right of it; large tree 

in foreground at r; a barrel, fence and smaller tree at left. Above: 
TO LET — below, POSSESSION — GIVEN, IN — 1841, the whole sur- 
rounded by 26 stars. Rx. THE-YOUNG MENS — HARRISON — CON- 
VENTION — MAR. 4th — 1840. Circle of 26 stars. Pewter, pierced 
near edge as issued. 4 5. Ex. F. Likely finest known and not half 
a dozen in existence. Plate. 

68 Naked bust to r. WILLIAM H. HARRISON. Rx. Small lag cabin with 

chimney and thick tree at right end; barrel in front of the cabin. 
BORN — FEB. 9, 1773-1811. TIPPECANOE — 1815. FORT MEIGS. 
— THAMES; 1840 — PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE. Pewter. 39. 
Pierced at edge as issued. Fine. Ex. Rare. First in these sales. 
Plate. 

69 Bust 1. MAJ. GENL. Wm. H. HARRISON — 1840. Rx. Cabin, chimney 

and flag at r; large tree. Barrel, tree and shrub at left; below, 
BALE F. THE LOG CABIN CANDIDATE — THE PEOPLES CHOICE. 
37. pewter. V. R. Unc. Plate. 

70 Obv. the Rev. of last. Rx. THE REVERSE OF THIS MEDAL WAS 

STRUCK FROM A DIE USED DURING THE CAMPAIGN OF WM. H. 
HARRISON IN 1840. etc. WM. V.R. 38. Unc. 

71 Similar bust to lot 6 9 to 1 MAJ. GEN. WM. H.- — HARRISON; in heavy 

oak wrth, undated. Rx. same as lot 69. Pewter, Pierced. Unc. Plate. 
Rare. 

72 Bust 1, with large head, straps and buttons on coat. MAJ. GEN. W. H- 

HARRISON — Born Feb. 9, 1773. Rx. Cabin with flag at front, no 
chimney: shrubs each with three branches; cider barrel at left. THE 
PEOPLES CHOICE — THE HERO — OF — TIPPECANOE. Pewter. 

Pierced. Very good. 38. Plate. Rare. 



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73 Smaller head to 1, with straps and buttons on coat. MAJ. GEN. W. H. 

HARRISON. — BORN FEB. 9, 1773, Rx. Cabin, flag at front flies to 
right. Tree with five branches at left. Small shrub at right; cider 
barrel has mug near center of barrel. THE PEOPLES CHOICE — 
TH HERO OF TIPPECANOE. WM. Proof. Pierced. Unc. V. R. 
Plate 37. 

74 Very similar obverse. Rx. Cabin with flag at front flying to left; chim- 

ney at back with smoke to left; small gnarled shrub at right; tree 
with five branches at left; mug on cider barrel rests at extreme left 
end of barrel. THE PEOPLES CHOICE — THE HERO OF TIPPE- 
CANOE. WM. Proof, with ring. 37. Plate. 

75 Large military bust, bust 1, with ornate coat. MAJ. GEN. W. H. HAR- 

RISON close together at top; 26 stars in semi-circle at bottom. Rx. 
Cabin, side-view, flag at left end, flying to left; chimney at right, 
smoke to left; tree and shrubs at right, cider barrel with mug under 
tree; 9 soldiers at left of cabin. Pewter. 27 Ex. F. V. R. Plate. 

76 A different, large bust 1, the head taller and more slender, the bust and 

decorations smaller. Rx. Larger cabin than last, tree and barrel but 
no shrubs at right. Six soldiers at left of cahin; cannon and plow 
in foreground. Same Ins. as last. Pewter 37. V. Rare. Plate. 

77 Smaller bust to 1 in plainer uniform, with three straps and three very 

small buttons. MAJ. GEN. W. H. HARRISON — BORN FEB. 9, 1773. 
Rx. Cabin in front of large tree of entire size of the cabin, barrel 
and mug at r. Four soldiers at left eagle over cabin, flag to left 
Pewter 35. Fine. Ex. Rare. Plate. 

78 Small, narrow bust to 1, four buttons on coat, no straps. MAJ. GEN. W. 

H. HARRISON. — BORN FEB. 9, 1773. Rx. Cabin, flag to r, tree 
at either side; barrel at left under left part of tree, mug at extreme 
left end of barrel. Brass. 35. Rare. Unc. Plate. 

79 As last, but Copper nickel. V. R. Plate. 

80 Reverse, cabin side of last only in C. Nickel, WM. and Brass . All 

very rare. 3 pcs. 

81 Military bust to left, smaller style four buttons on coat, and epaulet 

showing. MAJ. GEN. W. H. HARRISON — THE PEOPLES CHOICE 
4 stars. Rx. Cabin; tall tree with 5 branches and chimney at r; 
shrub, cider barrel, mug; and flag at left HE LEAVES THE PLOUGH 
— MARCH 4 — 1841 — TO SAVE HIS COUNTRY. Brass proof. 30. 
V. R. Plate. 

82 Shorter bust 1. four buttons, circles, etc. on collar. MAJ. GEN. W. H. 

HARRISON — BORN, etc. as above. Rx. Cabin. Tree with five 



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branches, cider barrel at left, and flag flies to r; chimney and three 
shrubs at r. THE PEOPLES CHOICE etc as preceding. B. 29. Ex. 
F. 

83 Another, similar. Ex. F. 

84 Another, similar, but collar decoration differs and buttons smaller 

MAJ. GEN. W. H. HARRISON — MARCH 4, 1841 — HE REDEEMS 
HIS COUNTRY. Rx. Similar to last. AE. Fine. V. Rare. 

85 More elaborate and better executed bust 15 buttons on coat. MAJ. 

GEN. W. H. HARRISON. Semi-circle of 23 stars. Rx. Cabin with 
tree at right, barrel before it, chimney at left EARLY HOME OF 
GEN. HARRISON — THE HERO OF TIPPECANOE. Semi-circle of 
12 stars. Silver proof. V.R. 28. Plate. Y.R. 

8 6 As last. Copper proof. V.R. 

87 Naked bust to r. WILLIAM H. HARRISON. THE HERO & STATES- 

MAN. Rx. Cabin, shrubs at left, right and back of it; a pine tree 
at left; Chimney at right, smoke to left, bee-hive, barrel, and plow. 
CANDIDATE — OF THE PEOPLE. Brass. Unc. V. Rare. Plate. 25. 

88 Oblong trial. Cabin; barrel, tree with three branches, chimney, at 

right; flag at left flying to right. HARRISON — & REFORM. Lead. 
Unc. Unique. Plate. 25 MM. 

89 Bust facing a little to left MAJ. GENL. W. H. HARRISON — BORN, etc. 

Rx. Cabin; snrub and flag at left; chimney with smoke to left; 
shrub and barrel all at right THE PEOPLES CHOICE — IN THE 
YEAR 1840. B. 25. VF. Scarce. Plate. 

NOTE: — This token is found in pewter in the Elder Collection and 
may be unique in that metal. 

90 Small military bust 1, two buttons visible, the largest head in this class. 

MAJ. GENL. W. H. HARRISON — BORN FEB. 9, 1773. Rx. like last 
lot. 

91 Smaller, cruder bust to 1, 4 buttons visible on coat. Same Ins. Rx. 

Cabin; chimney, (with smoke to left), barrel and shrub at r. Shrub 
and flag at left, flying to right. THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE — IN THE 
YEAR 1841. B. 25. Ex. F. Plate. 

92 Small, different bust to left, two buttons and four straps on coat, the 

point of bust very close to the word BORN. MAJ. GENL. W. H. 
HARRISON — BORN, etc. Rx. Cabin with very small chimney tree at 
r. Cider barrel and tree at left latter touching cabin; flag at left flies 
to r. THE PEOPLES CHOICE — THE HERO etc. B. Ex. F. 25. 
Plate. 



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93 Smallest bust to left, 2 buttons seen on coat; point of bust distant 

from word BORN. Same ins. as last. Rx. Cabin barrel, shrub at 
right of cabin; chimney with smoke to right at right part of roof; 

flag and shrub at left.] THE CHOICE OF THE PEOPLE — IN THE 

YEAR 1840. B. V. F. Plate. 25. 

93a Small military bust to 1 with sharp nose and chin, two buttons, four 
straps, epaulets, point of bust opposite R in BORN MAJ: GENL. W. 
H. HARRISON — BORN FEB. 9, 1773. Rx. Unbalanced scales. 1 
below them 1840. WEIGHED IN THE BALANCE & FOUND WANT- 
ING. 25. B. Ex. F. Plate. 

94 Brass Button or shell. Log cabin; rude chimney at right, with smoke 

going to left; cider barrel in front of cabin window. Field plain, 
no inscription. Unique. Plate. 25. Fine. 

95 Brass button. Cabin of more finished work, chimney at right, but no 

smoke; grass in front of door, HARRISON — & REFORM; with 

shank. Name of maker (R. & W. ROBINSON) on reverse. Uncir- 

culated. Very rare. Plate. 

VARIOUS HARRISON TOKENS. 

96 Small homely bust to r, aged style. GEN. WILLIAM H. HARRISON — 

TO THE HERO OF TIPPECANOE. HONOR WHERE HONOR’S 
DUE. Rx. Bunker Hill Monument. BUNKER HILL — A NATION’S 
GRATITUDE. AE. 40. Unc. 

97 As last. Brass. See Plate. 

98 As last, in White Metal. See Plate. Small nicks on rev. Unc. 

99 Small bust to left, like lot 78. Rx. HE IS — A FREEMAN — WHOM 

THE TRUTH — MAKES FREE — LIBERTY & INDEPENDENCE — 
— ULY 4, 1776. Wm. 35. V.R. Ex. F. 

100 Bust to r, Name as Prest U. S. Rx. Residence. Lovett Series. WM. 

35. Unc. 

101 Finely executed bust to left, naked style. WILLIAM HENRY HAR- 

RISON. Semi-circle of 26 stars. Rx. Monument, flags. HARRI- 
SON JUBILEE BUNKER HILL. SEPT. 10, 1840. AE proof. 43. 
V. R. Plate. 

102 As last. WM. Unc., with ring and ribbon. 

102a Small ugly civilian bust to right; above, GEN. WILLIAM H. HARRI- 
SON — HONOR WHERE HONOR’S DUE— TO THE HERO OF TIP- 
PECANOE. Rx. View of Bunker Hill monument; above, BUNKER 
HILL; below, A NATION’S GRATITUDE. Silver, about uncircu- 
lated. Exceedingly rare. 40. Plate. Same as lot 96. 



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103 Togated bust to r, circle of stars; WILLIAM H. HARRISON. Rx. 

Eagle on arrows, etc. Circle of 26 stars. AE. Proof 38. V.R. 

Plate. 

104 As last, but WM. Proof. V. R. Plate. 

105 Bust facing in civilian clothes by Davis. GENERAL HARRISON- 

PRESIDENT. 1840. Rx. Liberty seated to 1, feeding eagle. LIB- 
ERTY AND INDEPENDENCE. 33 WM. Pierced at top. V. R. 

Plate. 

106 Reduction of Congressional medal. Bust to r. Name. Rx. Liberty 

by trophies. RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS APRIL 4, 1818. — 
BATTLE OF THAMES — OCT. 5 , 1813. Silver, pierced. 3 0. Fine. 
Very rare in thi& metal. Usually comes in nickel. 

107 As last, Nickel. V. F. Pierced. Plate. 

108 As last. Copper. Not pierced Unc. Very rare. 

109 Bust to left with cape loosely hung around shoulders. MAJ. GEN. 

W. H. HARRISON — BORN, etc. Rx. Battle scene of Tippecanoe. 
Above, TIPPECANOE. Brass, pierced at top, as usual. 24. Very 
rare. Plate. 

110 Short, thick bust to left, four straps on military coat MAJ. GEN. W. 

H. HARRISON — 1841, with 3 stars before and after it; semi-circle 
of 20 stars; the fig. 4 in 1841 even with other figures. Rx. Eagle 
stands with open wings holding arrows and sprig in talons, the 
arrows don’t touch motto; GO IT TIP on a band extending from 
eagle’s mouth; under the eagle, on band, COME IT TYLER; border 
of stars. B. Unc. 26. Rare. Plate. 

111 Similar bust to 1, with three straps on coat. Same ins, as last, the 

figure 4 lower than in last lot. Rx. Arrow just clear of motto, dif- 
fering from last lot. B. Unc. 2 6. Rare. Plate. 

111a Similar bust to left. Rx. sprig longer and more slender and arrow 
point touches motto? B. 26. Unc. Rare. Plate. 

COLLECTION OF MEDALS AND TOKENS OF HENRY CLAY. 



Born in Hanover Co., Virginia, in a region known as “the slashes’’ in 
1777. Educated in district school. Rode a pony to Daricot’s mill, using 
a rope for a bridle and a bag of wheat for a saddle — hence was known as 
“The mill-boy of the Slashes”. He purchased Ashland, 600 acre tract in 
Kentucky, near Lexington, advocated emancipation of slaves in 1799. Ken- 
tucky legislature, 1803. Fought several duels. U. S. Attorney of Ken- 
tucky. U. S. Senate, 1806, 1809-10. Reappointed to U. S. Senate. De- 
feated charter for the U. S. Bank. House of Representatives on expiration 
of his term in U. S. Senate. Was made speaker 1812. Reelected Speaker 
1813. Member of the Commission to treat with Great Britain for cessation 



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of hostilities, War of 1812-14, at Ghent. House of Rep. 1815, and Speaker. 
Speaker again 1817. Mr. Clay supported resolutions inquiring into the con- 
duct of Andrew Jackson in the Seminole War. Speaker 1823. Presiden- 
tial Candidate 1824 against Jackson. Secretary of State in J. Q. Adams 
cabinet. U. S. Senate 1831. Nominated for President 1831. Jackson 
was reelected. Was for reduced protective tariff and for a protection of 
American industries. Nominated for President, May 1, 184 4. Opposed the 
annexation of Texas. Was defeated by James K. Polk, for advocated an- 
nexation. His defeat was brought about by several reasons. He wrote a 
letter to one Miller of Alabama saying that personally he had no objections 
to the annexation of Texas, written to conciliate southern Whigs. In New 
York state a third candidate ran very strong in the votes and detracted so 
from Clays that he lost New York, and with that the country. Senate, 
1849. Compromise on Slavery, 1850. Died June 29, 1852. New York cast 
a gold medal in commemoration of his public services. This was the large 
one by C. C. Wright the inscription for which was written by Clay himself. 
This medal comes also in bronze and pewter, and we have one in the fol- 
lowing group. Medalically Henry Clay was very important to collectors. 
No other candidate before Lincoln has had so many tokens struck to him. 
They form a series which should be treated in a separate work, a task the 
cataloguer hopes some day to undertake. 

Likely the best collection ever offered for sale. Arranged according 
to size, from largest to smallest. 

112 1850. The Wright Medal. Bust to left, naked style, in heavy olive 

wreath. Rx. SENATE — 1806 — SPEAKER 1811 — WAR OF 1812 
WITH BRITAIN — GHENT 1814 — SPANISH AMERICA 1818-1822, 
etc. in 18 lines, a pretty full record of his achievements, furnished 
at request of his friends by himself for this medal, which is the most 
noted Clay medal. AE. 9 0 Unc. Very rare. Dealers have asked 
as much as $35 for it. 

NOTE: — Found also in Pewter (In Elder Collection). Mr. Elder’s 
collection has this medal impression in fibre on a snuff box. 

113 Square fibre lid for a box with aged togated bust of Clay in relief 

to right in olive wreath. Size 85 x 100 MM. Very rare. 

T14 Ugly head medal by Leonard. Bust with long nose facing to left, on 
plain field Rx. Milling scene HENRY CLAY — THE PEOPLES 
CHOICE — 1844. Thick AE 50. Rare. 

115 Same thing, but in W.M. Unc. 

116 Same obv. Rx. Ship, plow, etc. CHAMPION OF A PROTECTIVE 

TARIFF etc. WM. Pf. Rare. 

117 Smaller, similar style head 1, HENRY CLAY — 1844. Rx. Milling 

scene. THE WEALTH OF A NATION — IS INDICATED BY ITS 
INDUSTRY. AE. thin style and WM. 40. Unc. Rare. 2 pcs. 

118 Same thing, thicker flan, WM. Proof; another, same obv. Rx. 

Wreath, blank, thin flan. V. R. 2 pcs. 

119 Togated bust 1; HENRY CLAY, above. Rx. Angel by monument. 

EVERY END HE AIMED AT WAS HIS COUNTRY’S. 45 WM. Unc. 



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120 Similar obv. Rx. Sun rising above, implements, etc. YOUNG MEN’S 

CONVENTION, BALTIMORE, MAY 1844 — THE FLAG WE WEAR 
AT OUR MAST HEAD BE THE CREDENTIALS OF OUR SEAMEN. 
WM. Very rare. Surface corroded 44. Good. 

121 Bust to r, togated style on plainfield. Rx. BORN APRIL 12, 1777 — 

ENTERED CONGRESS 1806 — ELECTED SPEAKER 1811 — 
TREATY OF GHENT 1814 — SEC. .OF STATE 1825. in wrth; the 
letters at left do not touch the wreath. Pewter. V.R. 42. Plate. 
NOTE: — This medal exists in silver (Elder Collection.) 

122 Clay standing by flag. OUR FLAG TRAMPLED UPON. Rx. Eagle; 

above it BEWARE and 7 stars — OF FOREIGN INFLUENCE — 1844. 
WM. 40. V. R. Unc. 

123 Bust to 1 in wreath, semi circle in form. HENRY CLAY — THE FAR- 

MER OF ASHLAND — BORN, etc. Rx. Bunker Hill Monument. 
BUNKER HILL, A NATIONS GRATITUDE. AE. 40. Unc. R. 

124 Same obv. Rx. NOMINATED BY THE BALTIMORE CONVENTION 

MAY 1, 1844 — HENRY CLAY OF KENTUCKY FOR PRESIDENT, 
etc. AE and C- Nickel. Diam. 3 8 MM. (smaller flan than preceding). 
Unc. V.R. 2 pcs. 

125 Same obv. a s last. Rx. Wm. H. Harrison. HONOR WHERE HON- 

OR’S DUE, etc. Brass. Ex. Rare. 3 8. Plate. 

126 Bust r. HENRY CLAY. Rx. LET US ENCOURAGE OUR OWN MAN- 

UFACTURES, etc. in 14 lines. WM. 35. Unc. 

127 Bust 1. Same obv. and rev. as lot 123. WM and Brass; also one with 

blank reverse on white metal. V.R. Unc. 3 pcs. 

128 Bust to left. HENRY CLAY. Rx. THE CHAMPION OF — REPUB- 

LICANISM — AND THE AMERICAN SYSTEM, in oak wrth. Size 40. 
Pewter VF. V.R. Plate. 

129 (1844) Campaign). Scales of Justice above Bunker Hill Monument. 

JUSTICE TO ALL — OUR COUNTRY FIRST — Below, BUNKER 
HILL. Rx. Eagle trampling on symbols of foreign power, tiaras, 
crowns, etc. AMERICAN" REPUBLICANS — BEWARE OF FOR- 
EIGN INFLUENCE. WM. 38. VF. R. 

130 Bust to r. HENRY CLAY. Rx. Monument. IN COMMEMORATION 

OF THE GREAT CONVENTION — HELD AT BALTIMORE — MAY, 
1844. AE. 38. Ex. F. R. 

131 Bust 1 by True. HENRY CLAY — OF KENTUCKY. Rx. EQUAL & 

FULL-RIGHTS PROTECTION, etc. in 6 lines, in wrth. WM. 35. 
Unc. R. 



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133 

134 

135 

136 

137 

138 

139 

140 

141 

142 

143 

144 

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Head 1. HENRY CLAY — THE PEOPLE’S CANDIDATE. Rx. Clay’* 
home at Ashland. The inscription curiously jumbled by being over- 
struck. I can only make out “THE MILL BOY OF THE SLASHES.” 
THE PLACE WHERE HENRY CLAY — . Pewter. Pierced 35. 
Good. V. R. Plate. 

Bust r, naked style, (period about 1860). HENRY CLAY, BORN 
APRIL 12, etc. Rx. THE-CONSTITUTION — THE UNION — AND 
PROTECTION — TO — HOME INDUSTRY. B. 35; Another, bust r. 
A HALO SHINES AS BRIGHT AS DAY — AROUND THE HEAD OF 
HENRY CLAY — etc. Rx. Eagle over shield. PROTECTION TO 
THE WORKING CLASS etc. Pewter. 33. Unc. R. 2 pcs. 

Head to left, naked style. HENRY CLAY — BORN APRIL 12, 1777. 
Rx. THE ELOQUENT DEFENDER OF NATIONAL RIGHTS. DIED 
JUNE 2 9-1852. Silver proof, by Merriam (about i860) V. R. Plate. 
As last. White metal. Proof.; another, head 1. H. CLAY, THE 
MAN OF THE PEOPLE. THE STAR OF THE WEST, etc. Rx. 
Liberty std by globe, etc. UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE 
FALL. WM. 31. Unc. 2 pcs. 

Draped bust r. HNRY CLAY AND THE AMERICAN SYSTEM. By 
I.B.G. Rx. UNITED WE STAND. AE. 28. Ex. F. 

1844. Ugly bust to 1. ' HENRY CLAY — 1844. Circle of 26 stars. Rx. 

Arms, Anchor, stars, HOPE — 1844. Brass. 28. Unc. Plate. R. 
Another, Copper. V.R. Plate. Unc. 

A third, White metal. Unc. V.R. 

Homely bust to 1, undraped. HENRY CLAY — stars. Rx. Eagle with 
shield. PROTECTION TO AMERICAN INDUSTRY. B. 25. fine; 
another head half facing to left. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT 
THAN BE PRESIDENT. H. CLAY. Rx. Eagle. UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA, 1848. B. VF. 24. 2 pcs. 

Another, like first in last lot. Fine. 

Head to 1. HENRY CLAY ELECTED PRESIDENT. A.D. 1844. Rx. 
Clay riding as mill-boy THE MILLBOY OF THE SLASHES — IN- 
AUGURATED — MARCH 4th, 1845. B. holed. Unc. 25. Rare. 

184 5. Bust to left. HARRY OF THE WEST — two stars and date, 
184 5. THE-PROTECTOR-OF HOME-INDUSTRY, in wrth. B. 



Pierced as issued. 25. Plate. 



Similar to lot 140, second token. I WOULD RATHER BE RIGHT, 



etc. 24. Fine. 



Rude head to 1. IN MEMORY OF HENRY CLAY. Rx. APRIL 12, 
1860. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Pewter gilt, with ring. 24. Ex. F. R- 



As last, but pewter, no ring. Ex. F. R. 



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147 Small naked bust 1. HENRY CLAY — THE ASHLAND FARMER — 
BORN APRIL 12, 1777 — Under bust, date, 1844. Rx. Unbalanced 
scales. WEIGHED IN THE BALANCE, etc. as on Van Buren token. 
B. 24. Unc. 

14 8 Another; another type, same Obv. Rx. THE NOBLE — AND — PA- 

TRIOTIC — SUPPORTER — OF — PROTECTION. B. 25. Unc. 2 pcs. 

149 Veiry small head to r in olive wrth. PRESIDENT HENRY CLAY-1845. 

Rx. Eagle rays, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Pewter. Pierced. 
Unc. 20 Unc. V. R. Plate. 

150 Larger, ugly head in olive wrth. PRESIDENT HENRY CLAY — 1845. 

Rx. Similar to last. Pewter. Size 20; Un.c V.R. Plate. 

151 Ugly head r. HENRY CLAY. Rx. A TARIFF FOR PROTECTION in 

olive wrth. Size 19. In B. and AE. Plate. Unc. R. 2 pea. 

152 As last. G. Nickel and pewter. Unc. 2 pcs. 

153 1845. Better executed head to 1, by T(rue). FOR PRESIDENT- 

1845. Rx. HENRY CLAY — WILL — CARRY — THE DAY. AE. and 
WM. Proofs. 20. Unc. Plate. Rare. 2 pcs. 

COLLECTION OF HENRY CLAY SHELLS, TRIALS, ETC. 

154 Bust in oval — 12 at either side. Lead trial for embossing envelopes 

35. Unieque. 

155 Large button in metal. Togated bust to r. HENRY — CLAY. Diame- 

ter 30. Silvered. V. R. Plate. 

15 6 Ugly bust in oval, by Leonard. Shell for a badge. Size 20 x 27 MM. 

Brass. V. RT Plate. 

157 Another, same style, finer bust, HENRY CLAY over it in border. 

Size 20 x 28 MM. V.R. AE shell. Plate. 

158 Octagonal trial in B. Bust in square wreath HENRY (above), CLAY 

beneath. Size 18 x 21 MM. V. R. Plate. 

159 Trial in B. head to left, H. Clay. 22 MM. Shell. VR. 

160 Trial in lead. Bust, smaller size to 1. CLAY in exergue. For em- 

bossing envelopes or stamps. Die by Sneider (now in possession 
of Mr. Elder) 22 MM. Unc. 

161 Draped bust 1. HENRY CLAY, in high raised ornamented border. 

Rx. PROTETION— TO — AMERICAN — INDUSTRY; a rose-bud. 
Brass shell. 25. V. R. Plate. 

162 Shell in band with ring. Bust draped to 1. HENRY CLAY — BORN 

APRIL 12, 1777. Rx. THE NOBLE — & — PATRIOTIC — DEFEN- 
DER — OF — PROTECTION, in wrth. 25. V.R. Plate. 



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163 Brass, gilt shell with ring. Ugly draped bust to 1. HENRY-CLAY. 

Rx. CLAY — & — FRELINGHUYSEN — PROTECTION & — UNION, in 
heavy wrth. 25. Y.R. Plate. Unc. 

164 Gilt brass shell with ring. Bust 1, laureated. HENRY CLAY. Rx. 

CLAY — & — FRELINGHUYSEN — PROTECTION — & — UNION. Unc. 
Plate. R. 

165 Another as last. Perfect. V.R. Plate. 

166 Gilt brass button in high border, with shank. Bust like last. Rx. 

incuse: E. H. MAXWELL-NEW YORK. Unc. V.R. 

167 Small brass shell. Bust laureated to 1, HENRY CLAY. Rx. PRO- 

TECTION — TO — AMERICAN — INDUSTRY. Rose bud. Same as 
lot 161, but without high raised border. 20 V. R. Plate. 

168 1845. Brass gilt shell. Head to r, HENRY CLAY — semi-circle of 

stars, and date below. CLAY — & FRELINGHUYSEN — PROTEC- 
TION — & — UNION. Size 2 5. Unc. V. R. Plate. 

I 

169 Very small buttonT Bust to r. in plain field, with raised border. 

Diameter 13. V. R. Plate. 

170 1845. Brass, gilt button. Head to 1, rude style, HENRY CLAY — 

1845. Rx. Name of SCOVILLE— SUPERFINE. Ex. F. V.R. 23. 

Plate. 

171 H. Clay Silk Badge. Bust facing. HENRY CLAY, Indian princess 

above. VF. 

JAMES K. POLIt. 

172 Busts Polk & Dallas facing. Names, THE PEOPLES CANDIDATES. 

Rx. Liberty seated by plow, implements, etc. SUCCESS WILL 
CROWN OUR EFFORTS. WM. 45. Ex. F. 

173 Bust 1, by Leonard. Name. Rx. Dallas to 1. Name. WM. 41. Unc. R. 

174 Bust laureated 1. YOUNG HICKORY ENLARGE THE BOUNDARIES 

OF FREEDOM PRESS ONWARD, etc. Rx. Dallas to 1, small style 
PROTECTION TO ALL CLASSES, etc. WM. Pierced. 39. V.R. 

175 Another as last. VF. 

176 Bust r, by Lovett. Name. Rx. Presidents House. AE. WM. 35. 

2 pcs. 

177 Bust r. JAMES K. POLK. Rx. Star radiated. POLK — DALLAS — 

TEXAS. Pewter pierced. V.F. V.R. 27. 

178 Gilt shell. Bust to 1. JAMES K. POLK — FRIEND OF EQUAL 

RIGHTS. Rx. Dallas. YOUNG HICKORY. DALLAS & VICTORY. 
25. V.R. Unc. Plate. 

179 Gilt shell. Bust to r. JAMES K. POLK, letters large, ornaments be- 

tween. Rx. Star. JAMES K. POLK. GEORGE M. DALLAS. Unc., 
with ring. V.R. Plate. 25. 



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GEORGE M. DALLAS. 

180 Bust to 1, by Leonard. Eagle, shield, flags UNITED WE STAND, etc.; 

another, same obv. Rx. plain. WM. Pfs. 40. Rare. 2 pcs. 

ZACHARY TAYLOR. 

181 Bust r by Wright. Name. Rx. GENERAL — ZACHARY TAYLOR — 

BORN — IN ORANGE COUNTY, VA. etc. in 10 lines. AE. 58. Unc. 

182 Same. Pewter. Fine. Rare. 

183 Bust 1, name as Prest. U. S. Rx. Indian Peace medal emblems. Toma- 

hawk, etc. AE. 50. Unc. 

184 Bust to r. MAJOR GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR. Rx. ENTERED 

ACCORDING — TO ACT OF— CONGRESS IN THE YEAR 1848, 
etc. in 10 L. AE. and WM. Rare. Unc. 2 pcs. 

185 Bust 1. Name. NEVER SURRENDERS. Rx. Major Gen. Winfield 

Scott. Bust. AE. 31. V.R. Proof. 

186 Similar obv. Rx. Eagle, shield. I ASK NO FAVORS, etc. Pewter. 

Pierced. 41 V.G. R. 

187 Crude bust 1. GENERAL TAYLOR. PREST. OF U. S. Rx. Blank. 

Pewter trial. 40 F. V.R. 

188 Bust 1. MAJOR GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR — BORN 1790. Rx. 

IN HONOR — OF THE — HERO OF PALO ALTO, etc. in 9 lines. 
Pewter. Unc.. 35. VR. 

189 Bust r, reduction of C. C. Wright medal. Name. Rx. A LITTLE 

MORE GRAPE CAPT: BRAGG. PALO ALTO — RESACA DE LA 
PALMA — MONTEREY— BUENA VISTA. 32. AE. and WM. Rare. 
Unc. 2 pcs. 

19 0 As last, in AE. B. and WM. Unc. 3 pcs. 

191 Bust 1, by Wright (?) in civilian clothing. MAJ. GEN. ZACH. TAY- 

LOR. Rx. FORT HARRISON — etc in 6 lines. B. WM and Pewter. 
30. Unc. 3 pcs. 

192 Others, brass (2), pewter 1. Fine. 3 pcs. 

193 1848. Bust 1. Name. Rx. Liberty std, spindle, lamb, etc.; B. 28; 

another, Military bust facing. Name and names of battles around 
border. Rx. Eagle. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 1847. B. 25; 
a third civilian bust r. Gen. Z. TAYLOR, HERO, etc. around border 
Rx. Eagle, stars. RIO GRANDE etc. "10 D” stamped In below. 
B .28. Rare . F. 3 pcs. 



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194 Brass Shell medal. Head r, 1849. ZACHARY TAYLOR, stars. Rx. 

TAYLOR — & — FILLMORE— 1849. YF. 25 . V.R. 

195 Gilt Shell medal. Bust to r in raised border. MAJOR GENL. TAY- 

LOR. BORN 1790. Rx. Gen. Taylor — PALO ALTO-RESACA DE 
LA — PALMA— MONTEREY — AND — BUENA VISTA — NEVER 
SURRENDERS. 2 6. Ex. F. VR. Plate. 

196 Brass Shell. Bust to 1 in raised border. MAJOR GENL. TAYLOR — 

BORN 1790. Rx. THE HERO OF PALO ALTO — MONTEREY (The 
Y curiously inverted in error) — AND BUENA — VISTA, RESACA 
DE LA PALMA. Size 27. VF. V.R. Plate. 

197 Brass Buttons. Raised bust to r, civilian garb. ROUGH & READY. 

Fine. With shanks, possibly die varieties included. Size 23. 3 pcs. 

198 Two more differing, fine, but no shanks. Rare. 2 pcs. 

NOTE: — The cataloguer has sold in a former sale a very small 
button of this same type. 

^ r 

MILLARD FILLMORE. 

199 Collection all different medals, sizes 28 to 39 MM. Some fine, very 

rare, mostly Unc. 9 pcs. 

GENERAL LEWIS OASS. 

200 Bust 1, by Leonard. Rx. THE SUB TREASURY, etc. WM. Pf. 

42 MM. Gen. Benj. Butler. 2 pcs . 

201 Another, similar, pierced, good, also a ferrotype with bust of Gen. 

Benj. Butler. 2 pcs. 

202 Bust to r. THE — CONSTITUTION — AND THE — FREEDOM — OF 

THE — SEAS. 33. AE. WM. Pfs. V. R. 2 pcs. 

203 Gilt brass shell. Bust 1. LEWIS CASS — 1849. Rx. CASS & BUT- 

LER, 1849. 24. V. R. Plate. 

204 Bust 1, 1848. Name. Rx. Liberty std by Globe. Motto. 28. Unc. B. 

WINFIELD SCOTT. 

205 Collection, size 22 to 40, all different, some very rare. Mostly Unc. 

Pewter, WM. B. and AE. Unusual lot. 17 pcs. 

FRANKLIN PIERCE. 

206 All different medals, 3 are size 40 in AE, diff. VF to Unc. Rare. 4 pcs. 



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MEDALS AND TOKENS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 

Born, Hardin Co., Kentucky, Feb. 12, 1809. His grandfather was slain 
by Indians in Kentucky. Moved to Illinois, settled near Decatur, 1830. 
Helped build his father’s cabin, split rails and ploughed the 15 acres. He 
hired himself out to anybody needing manual labor. Officer in the Black- 
Hawk War, 1832. Was a Whig and an ardent admirer of Henry Clay. A 
land surveyor in 1833. The only books he had in early life were The 
Bible, Burns Poems, Shakespeare and Pilgrims Progress. Moved to Spring- 
field, Ills., 1837. A lawyer there. Supported Wm. H. Harrison in 1840, 
was made one of the electors on the Whig ticket. Married Mary Todd in 
1842. Congress 1846. Opposed entry of Texas into the union. Opposed 
War with Mexico. Debated with Douglas 1854-60. Chicago Illinois Repub- 
lican Convention nominated him June 1, 1860 with Hamlin for Vice Presi- 
dent. Inaugurated President March 4, 1861. Proclamation Apr. 15, 1861, 
asking for 75,000 volunteers. Emancipation Proclamation Sept. 22, 1862. 
Address of Lincoln at Gettysburg, Nov. 19, 1863, considered one of the 
world’s greatest masterpieces. Republican National Convention, 1864, re- 
nominated with Johnson April 14, 1864. President Lincoln, Mrs. Lincoln, 
Clara Harris and Major Rathbone attended Ford’s theatre and sat in a box 
near the stage. John Wilkes Booth, an actor entered the box and holding 
a pistol a few inches from the base of Mr. Lincoln’s brain fired the fatal 
shot. He died next morning without regaining consciousness, at 7.22, April 
15, 1865. Buried at Oak Ridge Cemetery, near Springfield, Ills. His series 
of medals and tokens is in point of numbers next to Washington and the 
second largest commemorated in the United States. It includes six or seven 
hundred varieties in all probability, and many are of comparatively recent 
issue. The contemporaneous issues are about equal in variety to Clays, 
possibly a few more than Clays. The following is the largest offering of 
Lincoln medals and tokens in any sale catalogue that we know of, and a 
great many of the rarest are included. They form a fitting memorial to 
this remarkable and unique character and statesman. 



By far The Best Collection Ever Offered At Auction Sale. 

NOTE: — We have without reference to date of issue arranged them In 
order of size, from largest to smallest, as we believe for classification this is 
the only feasible way to detect new varieties. For another reason, it Is 
rather difficult to fix the exact year in which some of them were issued. 

Collectors have with this catalogue the most complete list of Lincoln 
Medals and Tokens ever printed, so that to a certain extent the list can be 
used for reference. 

Sizes in millimetres. Metals, AV. (Gold); AR (Silver); AE (Bronze); 
B. (Brass); WM. (White Metal) L (Lead or pewter) ; R. (Rubber); T. 
(Tin); Al. (Aluminium); G.S. (German Silver); C. Nickel. (Copper Nickel). 



207 The Salvator Patriae medal by Sigel.. Bust in high relief to r, SAL- 
VATOR PATRIAE; In exerg., EMIL SIGEL, FECIT. Rx. IN — 
MEMORY — OF THE — LIFE ACTS AND DEATH — OF — ABRAHAM 



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LINCOLN — BORN FEBRUARY 12, 1809 — DIED APRIL 15, 1865. 
Heavy olive wreath. AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEO- 
LOGICAL SOCIETY on ribbon extending through wreath. 83. MM. 
AE. Only about 15 were struck before the die broke. One of the 
thickest medals and in highest relief. Issued by the American 
Numismatic & Archaeological Society. Ex. Rare. 

208 As last, but in White Metal. Rare as preceding. First in these sales. 

209 Inauguration medal by Morgan. Head to r, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Rx. 

INAUGURATED — PRESIDENT— OF THE — UNITED STATES — 
MARCH 4, 1861. — SECOND TERM — MARCH 4, 1865 — ASSASSIN- 
ATED — APRIL 14, 1865. in heavy wrth. AE. 78 MM. Unc. Rec- 
ord of over $21 at Lambert Auction Sale. 

209a Large lead trial obverse for Centennial 1909 (?) Head to r, bearded 
Abraham Lincoln. Diameter 75 Unique. Fine. 

210 1862. The Ellis Indian medal. Small bust to r in cloak. ABRAHAM 

LINCOLN. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES — 1862. Rx. 
Indian plowing before cabin and hills; two nude Indians around 
border, one scalping the other; Indian head below, bow and quiver. 
AE. 75. Unc. 

NOTE: — This medal comes in several sizes, and in silver, those In 
silver being exceedingly rare and valuable and were actually pre- 
sented to Indian chiefs. 

One of these medals in silver sold for nearly $100 at auction in 
London several years ago. 

211 The Ryden Medal. Bust half to' right ABRAHAM LINCOLN — PRESI- 

DENT — 1861-1865; H. Ryden in left field. Rx. Youth and Colum- 
bia seated by Capitol, cannon. 64 6. silvered. V.F. Rare. 

212 Same obverse as last, by Ryden . Rx. Lincoln’s Temperance Declara- 

tion in wrth: LINCOLN, CALLING FOR A PITCHER — OF 

WATER AND GLASSES, SAID, — “WE’LL DRINK TO THE FOR- 
TUNES — OF OUR PARTY IN THE BEST BEVERAGE EVER 
BREWED FOR MAN.’’ AE. 64. V. Rare. Unc. Only 25 struck. 
Dies destroyed. 

213 As last. Aluminum. V. Rare. Only 50 Struck. 

NOTE: — This medal has been struck in silver also. Only four or 
five were made in that metal. It comes also in Brass. 

214 1865. Rude head to r, by Pacquet. MEMORIA IN AETERNA — 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Pacquet F. below base. Rx. Liberty hold- 
ing flag pointing to camp. NORTH WESTERN SANITARY FAIR. 
— CHICAGO, ILL. — 1865. 58. AE. Unc. Rare. 



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215 Rude head r. LINCOLN HALL. — WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE, 

WITH CHARITY FOR ALL. Rx. View of dome of capitol. THE 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, INCORPORATED MAY 28, 1891, etc. 
Below, WASHINGTON, D. C. 50. AL. Unc. 

216 Pratt Medal. Rough head to r. CENTENNIAL OF ABRAHAM LIN* 

COLN, MCMIX. Rx. GOVERNMENT — OF THE PEOPLE — BY THE 
PEOPLE — FOR THE PEOPLE — SHALL NOT PERISH — FROM 
THE EARTH; eagle above, fasces below. AE. silvered. 50. 

217 As last. Bronze. Ex. F. 

218 Busy to r, by Barber. ABRAHAM LINCOLN PRESIDENT OF THE 

UNITED STATES. Rx. MARCH 4, 1861 — to — APRIL 15, 1865 — 
EMANCIPATION-PROCLAIMED — JAN. 1, 1863. — etc. AE. 45. Unc. 

219 Bust to r with hair awry. 1809 — ABRAHAM LINCOLN — 1865. H. 

Zearing in left field. Rx. WITH-M ALICE TOWARD NONE. WITH 
CHARITY — etc in 13 lines. AE. Rare 45. Unc. Rare. 

220 Head to 1, by Childs. THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. 1861. COPY- 

RIGHT SECURED, etc. Rx. Lincoln splitting rails to left. THE 
RAIL SPLITTER OF 1830. The axe handle rests on top rail. 42. 
Pewter. Unc. V. Scarce. Plate. 

221 Same as last, but different reverse die, the axe handle extends over 

the top rail. Unc. V.R. Plate. 

222 Lincoln & Johnson medal. Busts facing, eagle above, names in ovals; 

WAR FOR THE UNION, in banner design. Rx. REPUBLICAN 
CANDIDATES— 1864. FOR PRESIDENT — ABRAHAM LINCOLN 
OF ILLINOIS — FOR VICE PRESIDENT— ANDREW JACKSON — 
OF TENNESSEE. WM. Pf. 40. R. 

223 Pratt medal, as lot 216, but size 40. AE. silvered. Unc. 

224 As last. AE. Ex. fine. 

225 Head r by HENNING & EYEMAN, NY. Name. Rx. REPUBLICAN 

CANDIDATES — FOR — SIXTEENTH — PRESIDENT — OF THE — 

UNITED STATES, in olive wrth 40. AE. Unc. R. Plate. 

226 As last. Lead pierced at top. Rare. 

227 Same. Obv. Rx. THOU ART THE MAN — PRESIDENT — 1861. A. 

L. Henning, NY. Ex. R. Plate. AE. 40. 

228 New York Numismatic Club medal. Bust of Lincoln facing, by Han- 

son, Chicago. ABRAHAM LINCOLN (above). Rx. THE NEW 
YORK — NUMISMATIC CLUB — CHARTER MEMBERS — FRANK C. 
HIGGINS — ALBERT R. FREY — THOMAS L. ELDER — ELLIOTT 
SMITH — E. H. ADAMS — D. R. KENNEDY — D. M. WEBSTER, in 
10 lines. Silver. 38. Ex. Rare. Plate. 



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2 29 As last. AE. B. and G. Sil. V.R. Unc. Plate. 3 pc.s 

230 As last. Fibre (Ex. Rare), Al., WM. and Lead. V. R. 4 pcs. 

NOTE: — Issued by Thomas L. Elder, about 1909. 

231 Same obverse. Rx. “THE CENTRAL IDEA OF SECESSION — IS — 

THE ESSENCE — OF ANARCHY.” — LINCOLN’S — INAUGURAL 

ADDRESS — MARCH 4 — 1861. in 8 lines. In G. S. B. and AE. All 
V. Rare. Unc. Plate. 3 pcs. 

232 As last, Fibre, lead, WM and Al. All V.R. 4 pcs. 

233 As last. Silver. Ex. Rare. Plate. 

NOTE: — Issued by Thomas L. Elder, about 1910. 

234 Naked head to right. ABRAHAM LINCOLN FELLED BY THE AS- 

SASSIN’S BULLET APRIL 15, 1865. Rx. HE SHARES EQUALLY 
— WITH — WASHINGTON — THE — VENERATION — OF HIS — 

COUNTRY in 7 lines. Silver proof. 39. Ex. Rare. Plate. 

235 As last. G. Silver. Proof. V.R. 

236 As last. Oroide .proof, like gold in color. V. R. Plate. 

237 As last. AE. L. and AL. Proofs. V.R. 3 pcs. 

NOTE: — Above set issued by Thomas L. Elder, about 1910. 

238 Head rude style to r, 1860. Name. Rx. Lincoln splitting rails to r. 

PROGRESS — 1830. L. 39. Plate. F. 

239 Metal badge. Naked head to r, like lot 237. Name. Rx. REPUBLI- 

CAN NATIONAL CONVENTION — CHICAGO — JUNE, 1920. 39. 

Composition, with ribbon. VF. R. 

2 40 Rude head facing. NEBRASKA SILVER ANNIVERSARY — SOUVEN- 
IR. Rx. MALLEABLE — TASTELESS, etc. AL. 38. Unc. 

241 As last. Unc. 

242 Bust 1, by Key, Name as rest. 1861-65. Rx. Eagle on banner. AE. 

33. Unc. Note. A modern copy of Key’s die. 

243 Same obv. as last. Rx. Arms of N. Y. State. Unc. V. R. 

244 Same bust, 1864, by Key. LINCOLN & JOHNSON — UNION CANDI- 

DATES. 1864. Rx. Bust of Washn in radiation. FREEDOM TO 
ALL MEN — UNION. AE. WM. 33. Unc. 2 pcs. 

24 5 Same obv. as 243. Rx. Eagle to left, holding motto, a banner at his 
feet. AE. Unc. V.R. 

246 1860. Head to left ABRAHAM LINCOLN REPUBLICAN CANDI- 

DATE FOR PRESIDENT — 1860. Border of stars. Rx. Border of 
fence rails. THE GREAT RAILSPLITTER — OF THE WEST — 
MUST — & SHALL — BE — OUR NEXT RAIL-PRESIDENT. Silver, 
proof. 35. Ex. Rare. Plate. 

NOTE: — This medal comes in copper, brass, white metal, etc. 



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247 Obv. A Union soldier standing holding a gun to r. WE STAND BY 

OUR COUNTRY’S DEFENDERS — 1861-5. Rx. CARE FOR HIM — 
WHO SHALL HAVE — BORNE THE BATTLE — AND FOR HIS 
WIDOW — AND HIS ORPHANS — A. LINCOLN . Copper 35. Unc. 

A very rare medal, from one of my recent sales . I have not seen 
another. Plate. 

248 Bust to 1 on plain field. Rx. THE RIGHT MAN IN THE RIGHT 

PLACE — 1861. Name as Prest. U. S. AE 34. V.R. Proof. Plate. 

249 Busts Lincoln & Hamlin to 1 .jugata, without wreath. Names, Smith, 

on base. Rx. REPUBLICAN — CANDIDATES — FOR — PRESIDENT 
— AND VICE-PRESIDENT — 1860. in wrth. AE. 35. Unc. V. R. 
Plate. 

250 Similar busts, with wreath, LINCOLN & HAMLIN. Rx. THE FALL 

OF SUMTER — WILL BE AVENGED, etc. 12 lines. WM. 35. VR. 

Plate. 

251 Bust to r, by Smith, Name in wrth. Rx. IF I AM — REELECTED — 

PRESIDENT— SLAVERY— MUST — BE — ABOLISHED — WITH 
THE — REUNION — OF— STATES, in wrth. AE. 35. Unc. Plate. 
V.R. 

252 Bust r, stars; HONEST OLD ABE. Rx. UNION CANDIDATES — 1864, 

etc. 9 lines. WM. Pf. 35. R. 

253 Rude bust 1. ABRAHAM LINCOLN — BORN. FEB. 12, 1809 — ASSAS- 

SINATED APR. 14, 1865. Rx. Busts of Lincoln & Washington 
facing. T'HE FATHER THE SAVIOR — OF — HIS COUNTRY. WM. 
Pierced above head. V.R. Plate. 34. 

254 Bust r, by J. D. L. ABRAM LINCOLN — REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE 

FOR PRESIDENT — 1860. Rx. FREE TERRITORY FOR A FREE 
PEOPLE etc. WM. 30; another, same obv. Rx. OUR NEXT PRESI- 
DENT. V.R. 2 pcs. 

255 As last. OUR NEXT PRESIDENT. WM. 30. V.R. Plate. 

256 Same obv. Rx. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT, etc. 

AE. 30. Unc. 

257 Bust 1, with hair curled high on head ABM. LINCOLN. THE MARTYR 

PRESIDENT. Rx. BORN. FEB. 12, 1809. FIRST. INAUGN etc. In 
8 lines. AE. 30. V. R. Plate. Unc. 

258 Same obv. Rx. Diff. rev. without border. BORN — FEB. 12, 1809, etc. 

8 lines WM. 30. V.R. Plate. 

259 Same Obv. as 254. Rx. All seeing eye “THE UNION MUST, etc. 30. 

AE. V.R. Plate. 



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260 Bust to r. Name, dates. Rx. LINCOLN CENTENNIAL MEDAL — 

SUNDAY AMERICAN B. 32; another. Bust r, smaller style; MEET 
ME WHERE COLUMBUS MEETS BROADWAY — LINCOLN SQ. 
etc. Rx. A. C- Weaver card. B. 32. Unc. 2 pcs. 

261 186 0. Bust r. HON. ABRAM LINCOLN. Rx. THE — MAN THAT 

— CAN SPLIT RAILS— OR GUIDE THE — SHIP OF — STATE, etc. 
B. 30; another; head 1. Name, stars, 1864. Rx. Banner, flags. 
THE — PEOPLES— CHOICE— FOR— PRESIDENT. B. 30. Unc. 
2 pcs. 

2 62 Bust r. LINCOLN PARK CHAPTER CHICAGO ILL. Masonic. AE. 
30. R. 

263 War Identification medal. Bust r. ABRAM LINCOLN PRESIDENT 

U. S. — WAR of 1861. Rx. Blank. B. 30; another with name of 
Soldier stamped on rev. V.F. 2 pcs. 

2 64 1864. Head r. Name, for President. Rx. U. S. on oval, trophies of 

arms B. silvered. 3 0 R. Unc. 

2 65 Wide Awake Medal. Wide Awake Marcher standing. Rx. Another 
standing holding a lantern. HARTFORD WIDE AWAKES. 28. AR. 
Unc. V.R. Plate. 

266 As last. AE! another, Head r 1809-1909 — Name. Rx. WITH CHAR- 

ITY TOWARD ALL, etc. Pattern for Fob. AE. 35. Rare. Unc. 
2 pcs. 

267 1918. Half Dollar. Head of Lincoln to r. CENTENNIAL OF THE 

STATE OF ILLINOIS, etc. Rx. Defiant eagle to 1. 30. Unc. 

268 Head 1, by Key (reduced size). Name as Prest. U. S. circle of small 

stars. Rx. Bust of Washn among flags. THE UNION MUST etc. 
29. AE. 

269 Same Obv. Rx. BORN FEB. 12. 1809 — ASSASSINATED — APRIL 

14th, — 1865. 29. AE. V.R. 

270 Bust to r. ABM. LINCOLN. REP. CANDIDATE, etc., 1860. Rx. 

PROTECTION TO AMERICAN INDUSTRY. — FREE HOMES FOR 
FRE MEN. Small circle of stars B. 2 8. Unc. 

2 71 Bust to r, 1860. HON. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Rx. Lincoln splitting 
rails. THE RAIL SPLITTER OF THE WEST. B. Milled edge. 

V. R. Unc. Plate. 

272 Similar, but plain edge, B; also same copper. 2 pcs. 

273 Same obv. Rx. Eagle. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Lead. Unc. 

V.R. Plate. 

274 Head to r, by Hanson. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. DID NOT SHOW THE 

WHITE FEATHER. Rx. LET REVERENCE FOR — THE LAWS — 
BE PROCLAIMED IN — LEGISLATIVE HALLS— AND ENFORCED 



275 

276 

277 

278 

279 

280 

281 

282 

283 

284 

285 

286 

287 

288 

289 

290 

291 

292 

293 



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IN — COURTS OF JUSTICE. — A. LINCOLN. Al. 30. 

NOTE: — Comes in other metals, Silver, B. AE. WM. etc. all very 
rare. 

Head to r, by Hanson. ABRAHAM LINCOLN — DID NOT SHOW THE 
WHITE FEATHER. 

Bust to r, after Pratt, 1809-1909. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Rx. IL- 
LINOIS WATCH COMPANY, etc. Fob with loop. B. 32. VF. 

Shield Shaped Fob, with head; above, 1809, below, 1865. Rx. Blank. 

AE. silvered. 30 x 41 MM. Unc. Y.R. 

Bust 1, by Key, like lot 268. L. 29. F; another, bust by Key, larger 
in size. Rx. As last. AE. Unc. thick flan. 2 pcs. 

Head r, 18 60. Name as Republican candidat.e Rx. Eagle. LIB- 
ERTY UNION and EQUALITY. B. 28. Unc.; another in L. Rare. 

2 pcs. 

Head 1. REVERSE — LINCOLN — stars. Rx. Washington. FIRST 

IN WAR, FIRST IN PEACE, etc. WM. 28, Satirical. Unc. 

Head 1, small Key bust, like lot 268. Rx. Washington. Card of 
Chas. K. Warner, Philadelphia. WM. 29. Unc. V. Rare. 

Head r, i860. Name, dates. Rx. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE — 1860 
NO — MORE — SLAVE — TERRITORY. AE. 27. Unc. 

Bust facing a little to the right. PRESIDENT LINCOLN. Eagle. 

Spiel Marke Composition, edge milled, VG. 

NOT — ONE — CENT — FOR TRIBUTE — MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE. 
Rx. Eagle. SUCCESS TO REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES. 24. AE. 
& B. Unc. 2 pcs. 

As last. Silver proof. V.R. Plate. 

As last, but sprig over NOT ONE CENT. B. & AE. Unc. V.R. Plate. 
2 pcs. 

Crude bust r, small type. Name, 1860. Rx. FREEDOM — NATIONAL 
— SLAVERY — SECTIONAL. AE. B. WM. 25. Unc. Rare. 2 pcs. 
Obv. Arms, of G. A. R. Rx. OLD ABE, the eagle which followed a 
regiment to the War. B. pierced at top. 25. F. 

Head of Lincoln to r. Name, 1864. Rx. Flag. LONG MAY IT WAVE 
— stars. Silver proof. V.R. Plate. 25. 

As last. AE. thick flan; another, B. thin. 2 pcs. 

Rev. of last, muled with NATIONAL UNION LEAGUE. Shield, 
UNITED STATES — 1863. Pierced. Pewter. Unc. 

Bust to r, by Bolen. Name. Rx. WITH — MALICE — TOWARD NONE 
WITH CHARITY — FOR ALL. in 5 lines. Pewter. 25. Unc. R. 

Plate. 

Same Obv. Rev. Large figures “10.” Used for trade check. Pewter. 
Fine. Ex. R. Haven't seen another. Plate. 



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294 Bust to r, plain field B on base (Barber). Rx. Garfield, and B on 

base AR 25 and AE. YF. and Unc. 2 pcs. 

295 Reduction of Pratt medal. Homely head to r. CENTENNIAL, etc., 

MCMIX. Rx. GOVERNMENT — OF THE PEOPLE — etc. AE. sil- 
vered. 26. Unc. 

296 As last, but bronze. Unc. 

297 Pettern for a 25 cent piece. Head of Lincoln to r, below it 25; 

Around border ABRAHAM LINCOLN (2 stars), IN GOD WE TRUST 
Rx. Eagle with open wings UNITED STATES OF AMERICA — 
FOREVER — INSEPARABLE — 1864, 13 stars. Edge milled. Struck 
over a 25 cent piece. May be unique. V.R. Plate. 25 MM. 

298 As last. Brass. Unc. V.R. Plate. 

299 Two others, AE. and head. Unc. 2 pcs. 

300 The Bovy Oval medalet. Bust to 1; H. B. near edge. Rx. ABRA- 

HAM LINCOLN— 15th APRIL 1865 — MARTYR TO LIBERTY. 
Plain edge, with ring as issued 20 x 24 MM. Silver. V.R. plate. 

301 Two others. Plain edge. AE gilt and AE. Unc. 2 pcs. 

302 As last. Milled edge. AE. gilt. V.R. 

THE PACQUET PATTERNS FOR LINCOLN MEDALS. 

303 Naked ustb to r, with hair tied at the back| ABRAHAM LINCOLN — 

1861-1865, inside lined and raised border. Rx. WASHINGTON’S — 
MOST WORTHY — SUCCESSOR — ASSASSINATED — APRIL 14 , 

1865. In 5 lines; border of stars. Thick type of flan, diameter 25 
MM. AR. Unc. V. Rare. Plate. 

304 As last. Brass. Unc. V.R. Plate 

305 As last. AE. Unc. V. Rare. 

306 As last. Pewter. Unc. V.R. 

307 Reverse of the last, in lead. Unique. 

308 Obv. of last. Rx. same, head of Lincoln. AR. Unique. 

309 Obv. as last, but triangular cancellation by Government at left; 

TREAS — Sept — 18 69. AR. Unique. Plate. 

310 As last, in AE. B. and Pewter. Unique (?). 3 pcs. 

311 New obv. but same head to r. A. LINCOLN 16th PRESIDENT, U. 8. 

1861-65. Rx. Same as last, reverse. AR. May be unique. Plate. 

312 Same as last. AE. B. and Pewter. Ex. Rare. 3 pcs. 

313 Same obv. with U. S. Treasury cancellation, as lot 309. Same Rev. 

as last. AR. May be unique. Plate. 

314 Same as last, but B. A. and Pewte'r. Ex. Rare. 3 pcs. 

315 Trial of last Obv. in lead. Unique. 



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316 Obv. of 303. Rx. Same head as lot 311 Pewter, or WM. May be 
unique. 

| 317 Same thing, in AE. May be unique. 

318 Same thing in brass. May be unique. 

319 Same obv. as lot 311. Rx. new, and lettering larger. WASHING- 

TON’S — MOST WORTHY— SUCCESSOR— ASSASSINATED— APR. 
14 — 1865. AR. Unique. Plate. 

320 As last. AE. May be unique. Unc. 

321 As last Pewter. Unc. May be unique. 

CONTINUATION OF REGULAR SERIES OF LINCOLN MEDALETS AND 

TOKENS. 

322Rude head to r. Name, I860. Rx. OUR — POLICY — IS EXPRESSLY — 
THE — POLICY — OF — THE MEN WHO — MADE THE — UNION — 
NO MORE, NO LESS. B. proof 25. V.R. Plate. 

323 Obv. flag, below it 1776, M.C. E. O. I. L. T. — U. S. Rx. Eagle on can- 

non to left. DEATH TO TRAITORS — UNION LEAGUE — 18 63. 
Pewter. 24 V .R. VF. 

324 Small head to r, like on a war token. ABRAHAM LINCOLN — 1864. 

Rx. BORN. FEB. 12, 1809 — ASSASSINATED — APRIL 14th — 1865. 
WM. Pf. 22. 

325 Trial of the obv. of last on a flan of Pewter size of a silver dollar. 

Cup-shaped now. Unique. 

326 Naked bust to r. Below, PRESIDENT 1861-1865; KEY F. on base. 

Rx. “SHALL — BE THEN, — THENCE FORWARD — AND FOREVER 
—FREE.” Below, EMANCIPATION. AR. Proof 23. V.R. Plate. 

327 Naked bust to r in oval depression; below, LINCOLN. Die by R. 

Sneider of N. Y. Intended for embossing envelopes. Lead. 25. 
Rare. 

328 Short bust. . facing. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. FRFE LAND, FREE 

SPEECH & FREEMEN. Rx. Eagle. 8 stars below it; UNION OF 
THE STATES; 1 star above. Edge Milled. B. 23. V. F. Rare. 

3 29 Rude head to 1, incircle ABRAHAM LINCOLN FOR PRESIDENT. Rx. 

Eagle on military trophies. B. 22. Unc. Rare. 

33 0 As last. Rx. Star in wrth. Unc. V. Rare. 

331 Bust to left FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILL. Rx. 

View of PRESIDENTS HOUSE. B silvered. 22. Rare. Unc. Plate. 

332 As last. Brass. Rare. Plate. 

NOTE: — This medalet comes in silver and other metals, and has 
been found muled with the names of several business firms. These 
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333 Head to r, bearded Name as Prest. of U. S. and dates of Assassination 

in 2 lines. Rx. Monument radiated. MARTYR FOR LIBERTY; 
Name of maker, Joy of New York. B. silvered 21. Unc. Rare. 

334 As last. Brass. Unc. Rare. 

335 The U. S. Mint Series of Medalets. Bearded, small head to r, no 

letter on base. Rx. Grant. AE. VF. 19. 

336 Very similar head r. Rx. Broken column. AR. VF. 

337 Head to r, by Barber, with B on base. Rx. Garfield to left. GOLD. 

Size 19. Proof. Rare. Plate. 

338 Head 1, similar, B (Barber) on base. Rx. like 336. AE. Unc. 

33 9 Similar head to r, no letter on base. Rx. Washington with P(Pac- 

quet) on base. Unc. 

34 0 Larger naked bust to r, hair standing high on forehead. No letter 

on base. Rx. Washington, P. on base. AR. Unc. 

341 Similar head to r. A. H. T. on base. Rx. Washington. P. on base. 

Ar. Unc. Rare. 

THE LINCOLN WAR TOKEN SERIES. 

342 Short, thick bust to r, circle of stars — 1864. Rx. LINCOLN — AND — 

UNION — B. Unc. 

343 As last. Gilt proof over brass. V. Rare. Plate. 

344 As last. B. silvered. Proof. Rare. Plate. 

3 45 Bust to r. ABRAHAM LINCOLN FOR PRESIDENT. Rx. ANDREW 
JOHNSON FOR VICE PRESIDENT. AE. Unc., red. 20. plate. 

346 Three more as last. Unc., red. 3 pcs. 

347 Head 1, stars, date, 1864. Rx. Masonic emblems. WM. Pf. Rare. 

Plate. 

348 Obvs. as last. Revs. FREE — DOM, in small letters above shield; C. 

Nickel; Chain of Links, OK; and OUR — UNION. Shield separat- 
ing. Last AE. F. 3 pcs. 

34 9 Two more. Rx. OK. in links. AE. & B. F. 2 pcs. 

350 Small tall bust to 1, nude style. THE RIGHT MAN IN THE RIGHT 

PLACE — 1864. Rx. FREE — DOM, small letters, above shield. C. 
Nickel. Unc. Plate. 

351 Naked bust to r. A. LINCOLN. R. CAND’T FOR PRESIDENT, 1860. 

Rx. Eagle. F. LEHR’S NEEDLE THREADERS, N. Y. — 56 CHAT- 

HAM ST. B. V.R. Plate. 

352 Small bust to r in circle. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. NATUS. FEB. 12, 

1809. Rx. ABRA-HAM LIN-COLN. HONEST ABE OF THE WEST 
— THE — HANNIBAL — OF— AMERICA — 1860. C.N. Proof. 19. 

Proof. V.R. Plate. 



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353 Same Obv. Rx. ABRA-HAM LIN-COLN etc.; WIDE AWAKES in oval 

in center. Silver Proof. V.R. Almost unique. • Plate. 

354 As last. WM. Proof. V.R. Plate. 

355 As last. AE. B. & C. N. V.R. Unc. 3 pcs. 

35 6 Small bust to r, by Key, ABRAHAM LINCOLN — 18 64. Rx. Stacked 
arms Below, 1864. AR. Proof, pierced near edge. V.R. 18. 

Plate. 

357 As last. Gilt proof. V.R. Plate. 

358 As last. Thick trial piece in WM. Unc. Unique. 

359 As last. WM. Thin flan Proof. 

360 Obv. evidently casting from last die. Rx. Small shield in olive wreath. 

Pierced at top. 18. Fine. V.Rare. 

361 Bust 1, LINCOLN — AND — LIBERTY. Rx. Axe in log GOOD FOR 

ANOTHER HEAT. Pierced. B. 18. F. 

362 Salvator Patriae. Small reduction by Wyon of the Sigel medal. Bust 

to r. SALVATOR PATRIAE. Rx. IN — MEMORY — OF — THE etc. 
in 8 lines. AR. Proof. V.R. 16 MM. Plate. 

363 As last. AE. and WM. Proofs. V.ft. 2 pcs. 

364 Still smaller reductions of the last. Size 6% MM. WM. Proof. V. 

R. Plate. 

365 As last. AE. Proof. V.R. 

NOTE: — These medals were reduced to a size several times larger 
than lot 362, and Edw. J. Deitsch of New York reduced it to the 
tiniest size, it being only a fraction of the size of lot 364. 

Mr. Elder had one of these in silver. 

366 The Elder-Roine Lincoln Token. Fine bust to left on pedestal to left, 

after Roine. ABRAHAM LINCOLN — 1910. Rx. TO THE EMANCI- 
PATOR AND MARTYR. — In center: A TOKEN. Gold, 18 K. a 

little heavier than the U. S. gold dollar. Size 15. Records up to 
$10. Not over 32 struck. Known as the "Lincoln Gold Dollar 
Token.” 

3 67 As last. Silver. Very rare, almost unique. Plate. Unc. 

368 As last. Bronze. Almost unique. Only a few struck. 

NOTE: — Mr. Elder who had these issued, has not seen either of 
the last two lots since 1910. 

369 Rude head to r, ABRAHAM LINCOLN — below, PEZOT, all in raised 

border. Pierced at top to wear. Brass shell. Unique. We have 
not seen another. 15. Plate. 

370 Naked head to r, by Morgan (?) on plain field. Rx. G. O. P. In wrth. 

sprigs. AE. Pf. 14. 



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371 Small, crude naked head to left, stars and date, 1864. Rx. ABRAHAM 

LINCOLN— 18 65. — FREEDOM— JUSTICE — TRUST. B. 14. F. V. 
R. Plate. 

372 Bearded head 1. THE GREAT STATESMEN AND BELOVED PRESI- 

DENT — 18 65. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Rx. HIS MEMORY — IS 
ENSHRINED — IN — EVERY — LOVING HEART. Copper. 21. Ex. 
Rare. Pierced at top. VF. 

NOTE: — I have seen one in silver, (in the Brenner collection). 

373 Head of Lincoln, crude style to r; below — 1865. Rx. Bust, Garfield 

to r, 1881. Gold. Octagonal, pierced at top. Commemorates two 
assassinations. 10 MM. V. Rare. We have not seen another. 

Plate. 

VARIOUS FERROTYPES OF LINCOLN. 

374 Large oval tin-type portrait facing, youthful style; above, ABRAHAM 

LINCOLN. 26 x 38. In brass frame. V.R. 

375 Square framed Tin Type portrait, older style, size 20 x 27 MM. VF. 

Rare. 

376 Long bust, tin type style in oblong in circular brass frame. FOR 

PRESIDENT — ABRAHAM LINCOLN — ; shields at either side. Rx. 
FOR VICE PRESIDENT — ANDREW JACKSON. Bust 25. V.F. 
Rare. 

377 Tin type portrait facing in brass frame. A. LINCOLN, 2 stars before 

and after name. Rx. Bust of Johnson. A. JOHNSON, 4 stars. 27. 
Rare. Fine. 

378 A variety of tin-type portraits in brass frames. Revs. Hamlin, and 

Johnson, all different. Very scarce, mostly fine, 1 has two por- 
traits on one side. 7 pcs. 

379 Rubber medals. Smooth-faced bust to left in high relief. ABRAHAM 

LINCOLN — BORN, FEB. 12, 1809, two stars. Rx. FREE HOMES 
FOR FREE MEN — NO MORE — SLAVE — TERRITORY, in wrth, 
star above. Pierced as issued. Brownish color. 27 MM. V.R. 
Unc. Plate. 

380 Same Obv. Rx. Rail fence section with an axe leaning against it. 

PROTECTION TO — HONEST — INDUSTRY, in wrth. V. Rare. Plate. 

STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. 

381 Bust facing by Henning. Name. Rx. BORN — APRIL 23, 1813 — 

DIED JUNE 2, — 1861. B. AE. and WM. VF. 40. Rare. 3 pcs. 

382 Bust 1. Name, for President. Rx. Eagle, stars. Pewter 38; and a col- 

lection sizes 22 to 27 MM. Some fine & rare. WM. B. etc. 10 pcs. 



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383 Bust facing a little to right. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. Rx. INTER- 

VENTION IS DISUNION— 1860— M. Y. O. B. AR. Proof. V.R. 
19, also same in WM. and C.N. Plate. 3 pcs. 

384 Different obv. Bust facing a little to right. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS 

— LITTLE-GIANT. Rx. like last. AR. Proof. V.R. Plate. 

385 Various Tin-Types, etc. Bust to r. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS — BORN 

APRIL 23, 1813. Rx. PROTECTION — TO ALL — AT HOME — AND 
— ABROAD. Rubber, brown color. Companion piece to lot 379 of 
Lincoln. 28. V. R. Plate. 

386 Various Tin-types portraits in brass frames. Rare lot, sizes 17 to 25. 

Mostly V. F. 5 pcs. 

JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE AND JOSEPH LANE. 

387 Head to 1. in circle, JOHN C- BRECKENRIDGE — 1860. Rx. OUR — 

COUNTRY — AND OUR — RIGHTS in wrth. 25. AH. V. Rare. 
Plate. 

388 As last. Brass and AE, another head to left on copper insert in brass 

frame; same flan as last. May be unique. VF. 3 pcs. 

3 89 Small head 1. Name for President in circle. Rx. President’s House. 
AR. 21. Unc. V.R. Plate. 

390 As last. AE. B. silvered and B.; also one muled with Sockman card, 

Memphis. Rare lot. 5 pcs. 

391 Bust 1. Name for President. Rx. Eagle, stars. Pewter 38. and 6 

diff. Ferrotype portraits, sizes 15 to 30 MM. Choice and rare. 7 pcs. 

JOHN BELL AND EDWARD EVERETT. 

392 Six different medals and tokens in B. and AE. Sizes 20 to 28 MM. 

Unc. Rare. 6 pcs. 

393 Lot of Ferrotype portraits in frames. Sizes 16 to 28 MM. Rare lot, 

mostly V. Fine. 8 pcs. 

PROPERTY OF A. R. HEWITT, BROOKLYN, N. Y. 
AMERICAN GOLD COINS. 

U. S. EAGLE OF 1804, ETC. 

394 1804. Small 4, too high for other figures. Rx. Heraldic eagle. Fine. 

Very rare. 

395 1839. New style eagle. Small bust to left. Rx. Eagle on branch. 

Almost Unc. Rare, coinage small. Second date after 1804. 



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HALF EAGLES. 



396 

397 



398 

399 

400 

401 

402 

403 

404 

405 



406 

407 

408 

409 

410 

411 



412 



413 



1799. Figure 9 double cut. Heraldic eagle. Fine. Rare, much 
more so that 1802, 1803, etc. 

1839. Charlotte mint. Fine, rare. 

QUARTER EAGLES. 

1837. Small hea dl. Eagle on branch. Unc. Getting scarce. 

1838. Similar types. C. over date. C. Mint.. Unc. Rare. 

1838. Phila Mint. V. Fine. 

1839. Same type. Unc. 

1839. New Orleans. With O over date. Unc. Scarce state. 

1839. D. Ex. Fine. Scarce. 

1887. Phila. Br. Proof. V. Rare and coinage very small. 

1907. Unc. Last of this type. Unc. 

CALIFORNIA GOLD DOLLAR, ETC. 

185 5. Dollar. Oct. Lib. head 10 St. Rx. Value and date in wrth, etc. 
V. Fine. 

1815. U. S. Half Dollar. Fine and rare. 

LARGE PINE TREE SHILLING, ETC. 

16 52. Mass. Pine Tree Shilling. Rx. Large, scraggy tree, longest 
style. See Crosby P.8. No. 15. Fine. Rare. 

(1795). Washington. Liberty & Security Penny. Practically Unc. 
Scarce. 

U. S. Cents. 1802. Stems, break over ATES. Fine. 

1827. Strong impression. Uncirculated, reverse half red. Choice 
and rare. 

RARE NEW HAMPSHIRE COLONIAL NOTE. 

Aug. 24, 1775. 3 pounds of the Colony. Signed by E. Thompson and 

Nich. Gilman,, latter Receiver General. 

NOTE: — 1518 Uncirculated. Very rare. 

VERY RARE NEW YORK NUMISMATIC CLUB MEDAL. 

Seal of the Club, 1907, hands holding coin and glass. THE NEW 
YORK NUMISMATIC CLUB. The other side has a reduction of 
Howland Wood’s medal showing Mr. A. R. Frey in hat. ALBERT 



MISCELLANEOUS 



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R. FREY. V. p. MCMVIII — MCMXVII and 9 stars. Silver. Diam- 
eter 38 MM. Only two known and this is one of them. Uncircu- 
lated. 

RARE FOREIGN MULTIPLE SILVER THALERS. 

414 1629. Saxe-Gotha. John Casimir, The King mounted to r. ELEND. 

NICHT SCHAT. WER TVGENT HAT.— In Ex. date, 1629. Rx. 
Arms with helmets, most elaborate style. D. G. IOH. DVX, SAX. 
IVL. CLI. ET. MO. Two Thalers. Broad style. Very fine. Very 
rare. First in my sales. 

415 Old Luneburg 2 Thalers. Marriage scene, man and woman holding 

hands, Christ in background. HOMO NON SEPARET. QUOS DEIVS 
CONIUNXIT. Rx. Scene showing Christ turning water into wine 
5 by a table IESVS CHRISTVS. MACHET. WASSER. Z. WEIN: 
IN CANA. GALI. IOH: II. Broad, size 60. MM. Ex. F. Very rare. 
First in these sales. 

416 166 6. Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel. Broad 2 thalers Angels crowning 

Augustus who faces slightly to right AUGUSTI AUGUSTAM VIR- 
TUTEM FAMA CORONAT. Rx. Broad border of shields. NAT. X 
APR: A. M. 1666. AET. 88 2 Counterstamped below arms; ALLES 
MTE BEDACHT. Uncirculated, broad and V. Rare thus. 65 MM. 
Best we have offered. 

FINE WALNUT COIN CABINET. 

417 Dimensions, height, 21 in., Depth, 10% inches; width, 12 inches. 

The cabinet has 21, blue plush-lined drawers. A cabinet which would 
hold a great many coins or medals. Coin cabinets nowadays are 
scarce things, and nobody is making any. With lock, door and key. 

418 Black paste-board boxes, shallow depth, sizes for quarter dollar to 

silver dollar or larger. Fine condition. 230 pcs. 

LOCAL CONSIGNMENT OF ANCIENT AND OTHER COINS. 

GREEK SILVER COINS. 

419 (B.C. 650). Aegina. First period Stater. Turtle with plain shell, 

obv. a little off center. Rx. four punch marks. Very good. In 
great demand as among the oldest coins in the world. 

420 Second period Triobol. Similar types. 5 compartments and 2 dots. 

Good. 

421 (B.C. 560-530). Athens. Hemiobols. Good. 2 pcs. 



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ANCIENT COINS 



422 (B.C. 480). Obol. Fine, archaic style. Pallas. Owl. VG. Rare. 

423 (B.C. 400-322). Tetr. Pallas r. Owl. AOE Fine, small thick flan. 

424 (B.C. 48-4 30). Late, rude style. Tetr. Test cut on rev. Fine. 

425 (B.C. 490-407). Drachm. Pallas. Owl, sprig. VG. 

426 (B.C. 480-407). Hemidr. Good & fair. 2 pcs. 

427 Achaean League. Triobols. Zeus. Monogram. Mints Sparta and 

Antogonea. G. 2 pcs. 

428 Another, for Patras. Fine. 

429 (B.C. 500). Argos. Early triobols. Forepart of wolf. Punch- 

marks, etc., diff. Good. 2 pcs. 

430 (B.C. 400). Argos, Triobols. Similar. A, etc. G. 2 pcs. 

431 (B.C. 357-346). Phocis. Triobol. Fine style. Laureated Apollo, 

Abt. F. 

432 (A.D. 41-51). Parthia. Gotarzes. Drachms. Fine. 2 pcs. 

433 (B.C. 336). Phoenicia. Tyre. Stater. God on winged sea-horse. 

Dolphin below. Owl. Good. Rare. 

434 (B.C. 200). Histiaea. Hand of Maenad. Rx. Nymph Histiaea on 

stern of a galley holding a trophy stand. Fine. Triobol. 

435 Another Obv. V. Fine. Rx. poor. 

436 (B.C. 200). Corcyra. Drachm. Head of Aphrodite r. Rx. Pegasus. 

Stater. Good. 

4 37 Coiinth. Various Triobols and diobols. Fair to good. 7 pcs. 

438 (B.C. 480). Croton. Small, thick incuse type stater. Tripod. Rx. 

Bird incused. Fine. Rare. Oxydized. 

439 (B.C. 500). Chios. y 2 Drachm. Sphinx. Punch-marks. G. V.R. 

440 (B.C. 320-286). Egypt. Ptolemy I. Tetr Aged head to r. Rx. Eagle 

standing to 1, title in right field; monogram in left. Slight edge 

defect. Fine. Earliest human portrait on a coin. 

4 41 Another; name in left field, title off. Very good. 

44 2 Ptolemy. V. Head r. Rx. Eagle to 1. on thunderbolt. Name, title. 

Very good. Rare ruler. 

443 Ptolemy VI. Tetr. Good. 

444 (B.C. 68). Ptolemy XIII, (Auletes). 20th Year Tetr. Good to VG. 

445 Another 17th year. Crude. Good. 

446 Time of Cleopatra VII (Marc Antony’s) Tetr. Head to r. Dated 13th 

year of her reign. Good. Rare. 

44 7 Campania. Phistelia (B.C. 380). Head facing. Obol. VG. 

448 Chalcis. Female head r. Eagle devouring serpent. Drachms (2), 

Triobol (1). Fair to G. 3 pcs. 

449 Epirus. About 200 B.C. Zeus. Eagle. Stater. Pierced, G. 

450 Elis. Zeus. Monogram. Drachm. Fairly G. 



ANCIENT COINS 



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451 (B.C. 300). Elis. Olympia Zeus, Apollo. Rx. Eagle. Triobols. G. 

2 pcs. 

452 (B.C. 470). Gela. Man-headed bull swimming to right. Rx. Slow biga 

to r. Tetr. About fine. Rare. 

453 Ionia. Miletus. Lion’s head. Star. Obol. Ex. Fine. 4th Century. 

454 (B.C. 450-400). Larissa. Didr. Horse leaping to r. Inscription. 

Man restraining a bull to left. Fine, vigorous style. Fine. V.R. 

455 (B.C. 400). Stater. Nymph facing with flowing hair. Rx. Horse 

grazing to r. Stater. G. to VG. Scarce. 

456 (B.C. 336). Macedon. Alex. III. Hercules. Zeus. Abt. F. Scarcer 

than tetr. 

457 (B.C. 150). Macedonia. Bottiaea. Triobol. Head Maenad to r. 

Rx. Prow. Ins. Fine, rare. 

458 (B.C. 350). Naples. Didr. Persephone to r, dolphins. Rx. Bull 

walking to r. Ins. below. Good. Rare type. 

459 (B.C. 300). Head to 1. Rx. Man-headed bull to r, Didr. Good. 

4 60 (B.C. 250). Neapolis, Macedonia. Gorgon head. Triobol edge 

broken; Pharsalus. Thessaly. Drachm. Pallas r. Horse-head. VG. 
2 pcs. 

461 Pherae. 4th Century Triobol. Forepart of horse. Grain of corn 

with husk in incuse square. Very good. V.R. 

462 Sicily. Messene. Obol. Hare running to r. Sprig. Good. 

4 63 Sicyon. Triobols and obol. Dove and Chimaera. 3rd Century B.C. 
G. to F. 3 pcs. 

464 Spain. Celtiberian denarius. Head. Horseman. G. 

465 Sicyon Triobol and 2 obols. G. 3 pcs. 

466 (B.C. 550). Sybaris. Drachm, archaic style. A bull to 1, with head 

turned back. Rx. Same incuse. About fine. Rarer than stater. 

467 Thebes Stater. Buckler. Rx. Vase incuse. Good, oxydized. 

468 (B.C. 380). Tarentum. Stater. Taras to 1. on dolphin. Rx. Horse- 

man galloping to right. Fine. Scarce type. 

469 Tricca (in Thessaly). Man restraining forepart of a bull. Rx. fore- 

part of a horse. Triobols. G. 2 pcs. 

470 (B.C. 380). Velia. Didr. Stater. Head of Pallas to 1. Rx. Lion 

gnawing a bone to 1. Good. 

GREEK COPPER. 

Mostly Spanish. 

471 Camio, in Spain. Nude head r. Rx. CARMO, two wheat ears. 3 

sizes, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Br. G. and VG. Rare. 4 pcs. 



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GREEK COPPER 



472 Carteia. MB and S.B. various types G. & VG. 7 pcs. 

473 Bora. L. Br. ; Carmo, same size, last VG. 2 pcs. 

4 74 Acinipo, Asido, Abdera MB. fisb, horses, leaves. G . 4 pcs. 

47 5 Cossetani MB; Emporiae; Ulterior; Malaga, Obulco, mostly large. 
Good lot. Rare. 8 pcs. 

47 6 Emerita (Augustus), Ebora Gate-way, etc. Large. Avg. g. 5 pcs. 

477 Carthago Nova (4); Ebusus (2); Voluce. Fair to G. 8 pcs. 

478 Osca Ilerdo. Pompaelo, Helmantica, Barcino, etc. Fair to VG. MB. 

size. 13 pcs. 

479 Emerita, Caesar Augusta, Searo, Bilbilis, etc., fair to good, large 

types. 15 pc*. 

480 Various Greek, Syracuse, Hiero II MB. patinated, Brutii, Croton, 

Rhegium, Roma, Petilia G. & VG. 10 pcs. 

481 Syracuse, Agrigentum, Mamertini, Palermo, Gela .Solus. G. and VG. 

some large . 17 pcs. 

482 Sicily, Palermo, Catania, Mysia, Gambrium, Antioch, Ephesus, Car- 

thage, Alexander II, Cyme, Mauretania, Cos. Nemauses. Various 
sized up to G. Bronze. Good, some very good. 16 pcs. named. 

4 83 Byzantine Lot, all named in envelopes, A.D. 323 to 919, with 3 va- 
rieties of John Zimisces, with bust of Christ facing. Good and VG. 
Small to large. With 3 or 4 late Roman. 23 pcs. 

ROMAN BRONZE COINS. 

4 84 1st Bronzes. Galba Plead R. S. P. Q. R. OB. CIVESER. Good. Rare. 

485 Tiberius. Temple. S. C. Good. Rare. 

486 Trajan Hadrian, Ant. Pius G. & VG. Some rare reverses. 4 pcs. 

487 Trajan, Marc Aurelius Young & old heads, Traj. Decius, Philip II. 

Good average lot. 5 pcs. 

4 88 Julia Mammaea Two types reverse. G. and VG. Scarce. 2 pcs. 

489 Middle Bronze Hadrian. Rx. S.C. Monument, Ant. Pius, Domitian. 

G. & VG. Rare reverses. 3 pcS. 

490 Domitian. Head r. Rx. Fortune standing. Fine, beautiful patina. 

Rare. 

491 Aelius. Head r. Rome stdng l, S. C. T.R.P.OT. etc. VG, abt. F. Rare. 
4 92 Ant. Pius Head r. Rx. Justice stdg. COS IIII. Abt. F. 

HEAVY EARLY ROMAN BRONZES. 

4 93 (B.C. 290). Hatria. Early Uncia. Anchor. Rx. HAT and 1 dot. 

Weight about 1 Oz. Fine, patinated. V.R. Weber Coll’n. 



ROMAN BRONZES 



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49 4 (B.C. 300). Foimia. Fundi or Fregellae. Sextans. Young head in 

Pilos. Rx. same, about 1% oz. VG. Patinated. Rare. 

495 (B.C. 284). Ardea. Broad and heavy Triens. Dolphin and 4 dots. 

Rx. Fulmen, or thunderbolt and 4 dots. Very fine and patinated. 
Diameter 50 MM. Weight 3 V 2 oz. Should fetch a good price. 

496 (B.C. 284). Tuder. Semis. A dog curled up sleeping. Crescent, etc. 

Rx. Lyre. About fine. Rare. Weight 1% Oz. 

497 (B.C. 275). Roma. Quadrans. Head to 1. Rx. Prow and III dots. 

Very good. Weight 2% oz. 

MEDIAEVAL. AND MODERN FOREIGN SILVER COINS. 

ENGLAND. 

498 (A.D. 1066). William I (The Conquerer). Penny. Pax Type. Head 

facing. Name. Rx. Cross. Salisbury Mint. RE ON SERBIR. 
Hks 241. 

499 Mediaeval French denier of Blois. Cross, etc. (A.D. 1300). Two Sici- 

lies Robert, varieties of Grosso. Fine. 4 pcs. 

500 165 8 Eggenburg. Jno. Christian and John Siegfried. Thaler. Busts 

facing. Names. Arms. Madai 1651. Fine, rare. 

501 1677. Tuscany. Gr. Duke Cosimo IIII. Bust. FILIUS MEUS, etc. 

VGood. Crown. 

502 1848. Lombardy Provisional 5 L. V.F. 

503 1898. San Marino 5 Lire. Arms. Ex. F. Rare. 

505 Mozambique. Oblong Cstpd. ONCA etc. Rx. M. and Cstps. Very 

good. Rare. Equal to about a dollar. 

506 Two Sicilies. James and Charles of Anjou. Grosso size. Arms. Eagle. 

Fine. Scarce. 2 pcs. 

507 Kwang Tung (Canton Prov) Dragon dollar. Chop-marked. Fine. 

508 1808 (over 1807). Lucca. .Felice and Elisa (Sister Napoleon I.) 

5 Franchii. Fine. 

5 09 An. 10. Subalpine Gaul. 5 Fes. Abt. Fine. 

510 1898. San Marino. Lira; 1813. Napoleon I. Fc; 1812, y 2 Fc; 

1811 10 Soldi. G. to Unc. 4 pcs. 

511 Siam. Mohu-Mongkut. Double tical or dollar. Elephant to left. 

Pagodas. Ex. F. Rare. 

512 Siam. Chululonkorn. Bust. Tical; Burmah, Peacock Rupee. F. 2 pcs. 

513 Siam. Chululonkorn, y$ T; 1895. Ceylon 50c; 1826. Sardinia 1 L. 

F. 3 pcs. 



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COPPER COINS. 

514 (1536). .Mexico. Chas. & Joanna % Real First Am. Copper coin; 

1874, So. Afr. Rep. Pattern 2 pence, last Unc., red; 1791. Sierra 
Leone. Lion. 1 Cent (AE. proof). Rare. 3 pcs. 

515 Siam, various, Ceylon, Straits, Sumatra, Cambodia, Sarawak, etc. 

Some fine & scarce. 17 pcs. 

516 Roman Rep., 1798 period. Napoleon I; 1849. Roman Rep. 3 Bai; 

1859. Sicily. Franc. II. Heavy 10 Torn, etc., some scarce & fine, 
also 6 early Dutch Jetons, in envelopes. 19 pcs. 

EASTERN CONSIGNMENT. 

BENGAL MOHUR. 

517 Broad type Gold Mohur, native ins. either side. Fine. 

INDIAN AND OTHER SILVER COINS. 

518 (A.D. 840). Java. Hindu Period. Mill-sail pattern small silver like 

Greek coins Modjopahit Fine. 2 pcs. 

519 Pathan Sultans of Delhi. Rupees of Mahmud, Kaikubad, Firuz and 

Muhammad, 1246-1315. G. to F. Broad types. 4 pcs. 

520 Moghuls. Akbar the Great (1556-16 05). Rupees 2 square. G. 3 pcs. 

521 (1628-1658). Moghuls. Shah Jahan. Rupees. Described. VG. 3 

pcs. 

522 (1605-27). Moghuls. Jahangir. Noted Zodiacal Rupee.. s. Scorpio 

the Scorpion (Oct-Nov. Horoscope); Taurus (May). Fair to good. 
V.R. 2 pcs. 

523 Aries (Mar-Apr); Leo. (July-Aug.) Ram and Lion. Fair. 2 pcs. 

524 Moghuls of Jahangir (1605-27) Avg. G. Rupees. 3 pcs. 

525 Mahadur Shah (1707-1712 A.D.). Rafi Ud-Darajat. (1719). Rupees 

G. 3 pcs. 

526 Mohammad Shah (1719-1748 A.D.); Alamgir II (1754-59); Shah 

Alani (1759-88). Rupees, VG. 3 pcs. 

5 27 Varieties of Rupees issued by East India Co. with native ins. Farr- 
ukhabad, Murshidabad, Arcot. Named and described. Some fine 
diff. 7 pcs. 

528 Indian Native States, Gwalior, Hyderabad, Indore, Udaipur, Indore. 

Some fine. (5), also *4 and y z R. 7 pcs. 

529 E. India Co. Surat. About 1800. 1, y 2 and % R. F. 3 pcs. 

530 East India Co. Fractional Rupees, Murshidabad, Arcot. Mostly y^ 

and % R Size. Fine lot Named . 10 pcs. 



SILVER COINS 



45 



531 Afghanistan. Abdur Rahman, Mamud Shah, etc. Rupees 2; % (1). 

Good to fine. Named. 3 pcs. 

532 Burmah. Set Rupee, %, Vs and 1/16. R. Rare lot. Fine. De- 

scribed in envelopes. 5 pcs. 

533 India in general. Win. IV Rupee, 1835; Victoria Rupees, 1840 (2) 

(2), L. & small dates; Fine. 3 pcs. 

534 1862. Victoria %R 1840-92, % R; 1841, 2 Annas (2). Fine. 5 pcs. 

535 Various For’n. Silver. An. 12. France. Napoleon I. 5 Fes. Obv. 

VG; 1866 . Mexico. Maximilian Peso; 1848. France. 5 Fes. 2nd 
Rep. 2 fine. 3 pcs. 

536 1847. New Granada. Ocho Reals; England. Victoria Florin; Co- 

lombia, Hayti, Spain .mostly 4 R. size G. to F. 6 pcs. 

537 1857. Ecuador. Head 1. Arms. Quito 4 R. Good. Rare. 

538 England, Geo. II. Shilling, 1758 (Ex. F.); Geo. IV Garter shield 

shilling, 1907. Br. Honduras. 25c; 1816. Br. Guiana. % G; 1813. 
Sicily. Murat Lira. G. to F. 5 pcs. 

539 China. Various 20c; Colombia, Panama, S. Am. and other small sil- 

ver down to half dime size. "Some fine. 23 pcs. 

INDIAN AND OTHER COPPER COINS. 

540 Pathan Sultans of Delhi. Firoz (1351-88). Copper, thick types. G. 

to F. 15 pcs. 

541 Rajahs of Ceylon, 13th Century. King stdg G. to F. 7 pcs. 

542 Pathan Sultans. Kai Kubad, Firuz, Muhammad. (1287-95). Thick 

types, G. to F. 21 pcs. 

543 Others, Mubarak, Tuglak and Mohammed bin Tuglak, (1316-51). G. 

to f. 17 pcs. 

544 Pathan Sultans. Rizijah, Masud, Mahmud & Balban, (1236-65). 

545 Others, Muhammad bin Sam, Yilduz and Aatamsh (1193-1210) & 

later to A.D. 1488. 13 pcs. 

546 Jaunpur (1420-70). Various rulers, named in envelopes, G. to F. 

22 pcs. 

547 Various Copper Coins. Lot of Brazilian Peter II 10 S. AE. Avg. G. 

(38); Bremen Kreutzers, poor & fair (71); Various India, Cir- 
cars Madras etc. up to half anna, some fine (13). 122 pcs. 

548 Base coins, German, etc. (32) Isle of Man, England, Holland, Ger- 

many, Brazil, Br. Guiana, Mexico, etc. some large, G. to V.Fine. 
100 pcs. 

54 9 English farthing and half P. tokens, balloon, Swan Half P, Queen 
Elizabeth, Manchester, Swansea, etc. some fine. 26 pcs. 



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MISCELLANEOUS 



550 Lot of English Conder Half P. quite an assortment, some fine. 30 pcs. 

551 English Penny tokens, wide variety, good to fine. 29 pcs. 

552 Half P. Swansea & London, Hull, Dublin, and a shilling silver token 

1811, Norfolk & Suffolk; Piedmonte 2 Soldi An 9, Sicily, heavy 
types Papal, etc. some scarce. 12 pcs. 

553 War Money, Belgium, Coblenz, Poland, Germany. F. 6 pcs. 

554 Australia. Pence Tokens, various Merchants, some rare (19), Half 

pence size (5) See Stainsfield for these tokens. Some fine. 24 pcs. 

MEDALS. 

555 Society of Cincinnati. Souvenir meeting, Exeter NH, 1920. AE. 40. 

First seen. AE. F. 

55 6 French AE. medal to St. Louis Expo. Four females standing by 
tablet 50; Centennial Bronze medal. Liberty with sword, size 68 
MM; Major Andre. AE. Rx. Church 34. V.F. 3 pcs. 

657 England. Geo. II. Bust 1. King std Coronation, 1727. 36. VG. 

558 Civil War. Maj. Gen. H. G. Berry, killed at Chancellorsville. Bust. 
29. AR. V. Rare. Unc. 

659 Benj. Franklin. Bust 1. Nude figure stdg. ERIPUIT, etc. Another, 
bust L Rx. ERIPUIT in wrth. AE. 45. V.F. 2 pcs. 

560 Jno. Eager Howard for Cowpens, 45; John Paul Jones. Bust to r, by 
Dupre. Sea battle 55. Handsome AE. medals. 2 pcs. 

661 Wm. Washington medal for Cowpens; Geo. Washn. Bust r. Rx. 
Masonic apron, 50 and 42 MM. AE. VF. 2 pcs. 

562 Napoleon L Bust 1. For Marengo battle . AE. 50. 

563 Head of France to 1. Rx. 24 Fevrier — 1848. Liberte, Egalite, etc. 

AE. 50; Louis Napoleon, Bust 1, Vote for Prest. 50. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

564 Various Masonic Mark penny, bust Washn, Lincoln, Taft, & other 

medals, AE. WM and B. 25 to 55 MM. VF. 10 pcs. 

U. S. FRACTIONAL CURRENCY. 

All in Crisp New Condition. Very Hard to Find Now in This Condition. 

565 hirst Issue. 5c ABCNo. Cut edges. 

566 5c Perforated edges. ABNCo. V. Rare. 

567 25c Perforated edges. ABNCo. V. Rare. 

568 25c ABNCo. Cut edges. 

669 50c Perforated edges. ABNCo. Very rare. Val. $3.50. 

570 50c ABNCo. Cut edges. 

671 2nd Issue. 5c, no letters 



FRACTIONAL CURRENCY 



47 



572 10c. No letters. 

573 25c, Gilt letters. 

5 74 50c Gilt letters, deep red color. 

575 2nd Issue. 3c Light curtain. Rare. 

576 25c. Fessenden red back. V. Rare. 

577 5c Clark. Red back. Rare. 

57 8 5c Clark, green back. 

579 10c. Washn. Red back autograph signatures of Jeffries & Spinner. 

Ex. Rare. REGISTER and TREASURER written in with a pen. 
680 10c Washn, green back. 

581 50c Justice, red back. Engr. Sigs. V. Rare. 

682 50c Justice, red back. Autogr. Sigs. Colby & Spinner, v. Rare. 

583 50c Spinner, 50s at ends, red back, autogr. Sigs. Colby & Spinner. 

V. Rare. 

584 15c Grant & Sherman, green back. Signatures in ink of Jeffries and 

Spinner. Crisp. V. Rare. 

585 Mies. 15c Columbia, 10c Meredith, L. key, 50c Crawford G. to F. 

3 pcs. 

CHOICE UNCIRCULATED SPANISH MILLED DOLLARS, ETC. 

586 1805. Bust of Chas. IV. to r, really head of Chas. III. Arms. Mexico 

mint. Brilliant mint state. Rare so. 

587 Another, same date. Brill. Mint state. Rare so. 

588 Another, same condition. Rare state. 

589 1805. Another, almost proof. Rare state. 

590 Another, Brill. Mint state. 

591 1786. Prussia. Fredk the Great. Thaler. Bust. Abt. Fine. B. Mint. 

592 1896. Spain. Baby head. 5 Pesetas. Current. Fine. 

593 1879. Basel 5 Francs. Fine. 

594 China. Canton Prov. Dragon dollar. Ex. F. 

595 China. Canton. Dragon dollar. Abt. Unc. 

59 6 1776. France. Louis XVI. Young head type ecu. Paris mint. Fine. 

597 CHOICE THALERS. 1860. Lippe-Detmold. Bearded head of Emil 

to r. Unc. Rare. 

598 1780. Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. Ludwig Gunther II. Thaler on 

marriage of crown prince with Augusta Louise of Saxe Gotha. Fine 
and rare. 

59 9 16 23. Hanau. Double arms. Thaler. Fine. V. Rare. 

600 1850. Norway and Sweden. Head to r. Rx. Lion to 1. 9*4 St. 

1 Mk. F. S. 1 Sps. Fine. 



48 



SPANISH DOLLARS 



601 1855. Same type 1 Sps. V. Fine. 

602 (1526). Schlick. Stephan & his brothers. Thaler. Saint stdg. Rx. 

Bohemian lion. Fine and V. Rare. 

603 1867. Waldeck. Thaler. George Victor. Head 1, bearded. Proof 

surface. V. Rare. 

604 1851$. Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. Thaler. Bust, Fredk. Gunther. 

Arms. 

605 1859. Schwarzburg-Sondershausen. Thaler of rare ruler. Bust of 

Gunther. Arms. Almost proof. First in these sales. 

606 184 8. Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Fredk Franz. Bust 1. Arms. Thaler. 

Unc. 

607 1860. Lippe - , Schaumburg. Geo. Wilhelm thaler. V. Fine. Rare. 

608 1827. Norway. Bernadotte. Small head. 1 Sp. Fine. 

609 1624. Oettingen. Arms, date divided above them LUDWUG EBER- 

HARD. Handsome thaler. Rx. Double arms. V. Fine. Rare. 

610 1715. Osnabruch. Sede Vacante thaler. Saint holding two keys, 

date divided in field. Rx. St. Charles holding crown; church in 

background. Unc. Choice and rare. 

611 1827. Baden Thaler. Bust of Ludwig I. Rx. His order inside a 

wrth. Brill proof. V. Rare. ZEHN EINE FEINE MARCKE. 

612 1864. Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. Fredk. Gunther 25 year jubilee 

thaler. About proof. Rare. 

613 1765. Keuss-Ebersorf. Bust of Heinrich XXIV to r. Name. Crown 

thaler. Arms, with stork on top. V. Fine. Rare. 

614 1643. Brunswick. New Wolfenbuttel Line. August the Younger. 

Seventh Bell Thaler. Three hands pulling a bell rope, a town be- 
neath. Arms with five helmets. Ex. Fine and choice. 

615 1672. Groningen. Very broad medallic Siege thaler. Two views of 

the siege, the town, fortress, and troops, both mounted and on foot 
either side. Unc. Diameter 54 MM. V. Rare. 

616 1841. Schwarzburg-Sondershausen. Double thaler. Bust of Gunther 

Fredk to 1. Arms supported by wild man, 6 helmets at top. V.F. 
Rare. First offered in these sales. 

617 1780. Schwarzburg Rudolphstadt. Bust of Louis Gunther to r. Rx. 

Ins in 7 lines. IN MEMORIAM — CONNVB etc. X EINE FEINE 
MARK. Unc. V. R. Thus. 

618 1857. Austria. Franz Joseph. Very rare double thaler on Opening 

of Austrian Southern Railway. Large head to r. Column. Loco- 
motive at left, ship at right VOLLENDUNG DER OESTERREICH- 
ISCHEN etc. Brilliant proof. Ex. Rare. Maybe first offered in 
United States. 



SPANISH DOLLARS 



49 



619 1865. Lippe-Schaumburg. Bust of Adolph George I to 1. Arms. 

Proof surface. Thaler. V.R. 

620 1867. Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Fredk. Franz. Thaler. Bust r, Mint 

state ZUR FEIER 25 JAHRIGER, 25th Anniversary. About proof. 

621 186S. Reuss-Schleiz. Henry XIV. Thaler. Bust bearded to r. 

Arms, supported. Ex. F. Rare. 

622 1870. Sachsen-Weimar. Bust of Carl Alexander to 1. Arms. Thaler. 

Unc. V.R. 

623 1864. Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Fredk. Thaler. Bust bearded r EIN 

THALER XXX EIN PF. F. Unc. Rare. 

624 1771. Hanau-Lictenburg. William IX. Bieber Ausbeute Thaler. 

Bust to r. Name. Elaborate arms, supported by lions. EX VIS- 
CERIBUS FODINAE BIEBER 1771 — X EINE F. MARCH. About 
Unc. V.R. 

UNITED STATES GOLD COINS. 

St. Gaudens Double Eagles. 



625 


1907. 


High relief type with wire edges and Roman MCMVII. 




culated. Records to $37.50. Bids of $40 at 


our sales. 


626 


1907. 


Another as 


last. Uncirculated. 




627 


VARIOUS GOLD. 


1854. $3.00 Loop removed. 


Fine. 


628 


DOLLARS. 1856. 


Fine, bent slightly. 




629 


1856. 


Abt. fine 






630 


1856. 


Very good. 


Bent. 




631 


1873. 


Ex. fine. 







PRIVATE GOLD COINS. 



632 1854. $20.00 Kellog & Co. Small low relief head, fine modeling. 

Rx. Heraldic eagle. SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA TWENTY D. 
About uncirculated. Best we have offered for sometime. 

633 1849. $5.00. Moffat & Co. Head 1. Rx. S.M.V. CALIFORNIA 

GOLD. FIVE DOL. About fine. Getting scarce. 

634 1861. Clark, Gruber & Co. $2% Head. Rx. CLARK GRUBER & 

CO. Very good. Loop skilfully removed from edge, hardly notice- 
able. A very rare little piece. 

35 1872. Dollar, California Octagonal. Indian head, 13 stars, date Rx. 

1 DOLLAR in wrth — CALIFORNIA GOLD. Brilliant proof. Gem. 
Rare. 

626 Another as last. Brilliant proof. Rare gem. 



50 



PRIVATE GOLD 



637 1872. Half dollar, octagonal. Same type. Rx value. Dollar 

Cal.” Brilliant proof. Gem. fit companion to above. 

638 Another as last. Brill. Proof. Gem. 

639 1871. Quarter dol. in Round. Bust of Liberty 1. L under it. Rx. 

Value Dollar Cal. all in wrth. Fine. 

FOREIGN GOLD COINS. 

640 1731. Portugal. 1 Joe, largest size of this class. IOANNES V. bust 

r. Arms. Fine. Rare. Worth $50. 

641 1773. Portugal Josephus I. Hall Joe. Bust r. Arms. Ex. fine. 

642 1866. Mexico. Maximilian, Emperor, brother of Franz, Joseph. 20 

Pesos or $20. Bust r. Arms. V.F. Rare. W T orth $30 to $35. 

643 1851. Brazil. Peter IL Bust 1. in ruff, antique style. Arms crown- 

ed $12 Size in U. S- money. V. Fine. Rare. 

644 France. Year 14. Napoleon I. 40 Francs. Head as Emperor of the 

Republic. Fine. Rare. 

645 1777. George HI. Square shield guinea. Fine. 

646 1832. Florence. Saint seated. Fleur de lis. Ex. fine ducat. Rare. 

647 Byzantine. Heraclius and Herac. Constantine. Solidus. | Busts fac- 

ing 1. bearded. Cross on steps, figures at either Bide stdg Vic- 
toria. AVGG. V.Fine. 

PROPERTY OF BASCOM ESTATE, NEW YORK CITY. 
MISCELLANEOUS COINS AND TOKENS. 

648 U. S. HALF CENTS. 1804. Plain 4, stems. Rare. Good. 

649 Others from 1804, not looked up. Good to fine. 16 pcs. 

650 U. S. Cents 1797, 1802, 1803, 1808 & later. Some good and VG. 

19 pcs. 

651 Jackson Tokens. Jarvis card. Head of Low 30. Rx. Leaf ornaments. 

Uncirculated. Rare state. 

652 Duseaman Card. Boquet Sou. Ex. Fine. See Low. 

663 Various Jacksons (10). Jockey Club medal; Woodgate Washn card, 
etc. Some VFine. 13 pcs. 

654 Jockey Club medals, various mulings, A. AE and WM. Rare lot. Unc. 

7 pcs. 

655 Civil War Tokens VF to Unc. 26 pcs. 

656 U. S. HALF DOLLARS 1818 & later to 1836. Good to fine. 4 pcs. 

657 Conn cent. Rarity; 1787; NJ, 1787; U. S. 2c (6). Eagle & white 

cents (5) 3c silver (4). Some VGood. 17 pcs. 



COINS & TOKENS 



51 



658 

659 

660 

661 

662 



663 

664 



665 

666 

667 

668 

669 

670 

671 

672 

673 

674 

675 

676 



677 

678 

679 



1876. Centennial Silver dollar. Liberty holding sword. By Author- 
ity of Congress. Records to $12.50. About fine. 

Set of Dominica Silver coins. 1897. Head by Brenner. Arms. Peso, 
half peso, 20c and 10c, Uncirculated. First we have seen thus. 
4 pcs. 

18 66. Mexico. Potosi. Bust of Maximilian. Peso. The rare mint. 

Ex. F. curiosity, struck on a flan too small for the die. 

1897. Dominica. 10c Size. Mint state. Rare so. 2 pcs. 

China. Dragon 20c, Canton. Mint state (3); 1787. England. Geo. 
III. 6 pence. Unc. 4 pcs. 

RARE U. S. QUARTER DOLLAR OF 1853. . . 

1853. Quarter dollar. Without rays or arrows Good. V. Rare. 
1862. Quarter dol. Proof. 

CHOICE FOREIGN GOLD COINS. 

1887. Venezuela. 20 Pesos. Bust of Bolivar, the Washington of 
Venezuela (whose statue Prest. Harding dedicated recently in NY.). 
1904. Venezuela. Bolivar or 20 Fes. Unc. Rare state. 

1916. Chile. Beautiful design by Roty. Female head Arms sup- 
ported. 20 Pesos. Small type. Unc. 

1878. Spain. Alf. XII, smooth face 25 Pesetas. Unc. 

1883. Same type, bearded face. Unc. 

1907. Mexico. 10 pesos. Head of Hidalgo. Ex. F. 

1811. Rome. Bust of Napoleon Bonaparte. 20 Lire. Abt. Fine. 
Rare. 

1918. 1920, Mexico. Hidalgo Dos and 2 y 2 Pesos. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

Japanese. Rectangular Gold Coin, size 15 x 22 MM, weight about 3 Mi 
Dwts. V. Fine. 

Another, equally fine. 

Another, equally fine. 

1628. Breslau. Broad Five Ducats. Interesting type. Bust of Fer- 
dinand II to r, large style in high ruff, name, titles. Rx. Double 
eagle. Sharp, about Unc. V. Rare. 

England. Edward III. Noble. King in ship. Star, crowns, etc. Fine. 
Bent a little. 

(1603). England. James I. Laurel or Sovereign. Bust 1. Arms 
crowned. Fine, broad coin. 

1717. Hamburg. Chas. VT. Broad, thin type 2 Ducats. V. Fine. 
Scarce. 



52 



FOREIGN GOLD 



680 1813. Westphalia. Jerome Napoleon. 5 Francs. Bust Ex. F. Very 

rare. 

681 1755. England. Geo. II. Guinea. Very good. 

682 AN XI. France. Napoleon I as first consul. 20 Fes. Fine. 

683 1848. Rep. Centr. America. Peso countermarked for Costa Rica. 

Fine. 

U. S. HALF EAGLE OF 1834. 

684 1834. Half eagle, no motto, without crosslet to 4. Fine. 

RAKE FOREIGN COPPER PATTERN COINS, ETC. 

685 1850. Hayti. Head of Faustin I. Arms cwnd. Br. Copper proof. 

Rare. 

686 1850. Pattern 6 Centimes. Value in wrth. FAUSTIN IER EM- 

PEREUR. Arms, crowned. Br. Copper proof. 

687 1853. Head of Faustin I to r. Rx. Eagle, above a palm; below, 

crossed cannon. LIBERTE INDEPENDENCE 18 — P — 53. Br. 
Copper proof. Rare. Differs from any above. 

688 1855. Faustin the First. Bust to r. Name as Emperor of Hayti. 

Rx. Arms, crowned and supported 10c — 1855, etc. Brass, proof. 
V. Rare. 

689 1877. Republic. Mercury head. 20 C. AE. Proof. Rare. 

690 1881. Head to r. Stacked arms. Unc., red. 

691 1886. 1 and 2 C. Value Arms. Unc., red. Rare. 2 pcs. 

692 1889. Arms stacked. Value incuse 1 and 2 C. Unc., red. Rare. 

2 pcs. 

693 Circars. 1/9IT R. daler Proof. 

694 1806. England. Geo. III. Heavy size penny. Unc., red. 

695 1837. Canada. Habitant half penny. City Bank on ribbon. Unc., 

red. Rare state. 

696 1837. Habitant penny. Bank of Montreal on ribbon. Unc., partly 

red. Rare state. 

697 England. W. J. Coleman & Son. 2c AE. token. V.F. 

698 1854. New Brunswick. Ship half P. 1812 Half P. Geo. III. Brass, 

Also NB. “Half P. 1864; 1842. Cork *4 D. Fine. 4 pcs. 

699 Sweden. Gust. Adolphus. Griffin. 1 Fyrk. Good. Rare. 

700 Two Broad 1 Or coins of Gustavus Adolphus. V. Fair. 2 pcs. 

701 Early English. Copper Stycas. Edelred. 2 var. Good. 2 pcs. 



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U. S. SILVER DOLLARS. 



They are Seldom offered nowadays and very popular. 



702 


1798. 


Small date, not touching bust. Abt. Fine. 


703 


1798. 


Larger date, 8 touches bust. Very good. 


704 


1799. 


Fine. Six stars facing. 


705 


1799. 


Very good. 


706 


1800. 


Perfect date. Very good; rare. 


707 


1802. 


Light scratches in field. Good. 


708 


1803. 


Good to VGood. 



U. S. HALF DOLLARS. 



709 


1795. 


Very fair. Getting scarce. 


- 


710 


1801. Abt. fine. Rare. 






711 


1802. 


Fine. V. Rare. 






712 


1803. 


Large 3. Very fine. 






713 


1803. 


VGood, 1805 V. Fair. 


2 pcs. 




714 


1806. 


Pointed 6. V. Fine. 


Getting V. scarce. 




715 


1807. 


Bust to 1; 1810-1812, 


1818, 1819. Good to fine. 5 


pcs. 


7-16 


1807. 


Bust to left; 1817, over 1813, 1820, square base 2. 


VG to 




Fine. 


3 pcs. 






717 


1834. 


Large & small dates. 


VF and Unc., bright. 2 pcs. 




718 


1843. 


Uncirculated. Scarce 


state. 




719 


1894. 


Br. Proof. 






720 


Various U. S. Half dols, Fine to about Unc., dated before 1840. 


Choice 





lot, 


dates from 1819. 15 pcs. 






TRADE DOLLARS, ETC. 


721 


1840. 


Standard. Good. 


722 


1873. 


Trade. Carson City Mint. Rare. Fine, 


723 


1875. 


Proof. Rare. 


724 


1876. 


1877. P. Mints. VF. & VG.. 2 pcs. 


725 


1878. 


S. Mint. Fine. 


726 


1900. 


Washn-Lafayette dollar G. to VGood. 



RARE WROXHAM 3 PENCE, ETC. 



727 England. COLLYER PROPRIETOR, 1797 — 3 PENCE — PAYABLE 
AT WROXHAM. Rx. Agricultural implements. TO. PAY. WORK- 
MEN. AND PROMOTE AGRICULTURE — MARLE — PIT — TOKEN. 
Proof, partly red. V. Rare. First in these sales. Gem. 



54 



MISCELLANEOUS 



728 NORWICH TWO PENNY PIECE. Arms of Norwich. ROBT BLAKE 

COTTON & BOMBA — Said to be worth 1 Pound. Weight 2 oz. 

729 1740. George II. Half Penny. Unc., red. Rare state. 

VERY RARE SILVER MEDALS FOR VICTORIES OF MAUBEUGE, NAMUR 

ETC. 



730 Figure of General V. Zwehl. Rx. Fortress of Maubeuge, captured 

from the English in 1914. UBERGADE V. MAUBEUGE. Silver. 
50. V. R. 

731 Bust of General V. Gallwitz to r. Name. Rx. Siege of city of Namur 

Belgian fortress captured in 1914. NAMUR. 24. 8. 1914 50. Silver. 
V. R. Unc. 

732 General of Infantry Litzmann. Bust facing. Rx. Samson slaying the 

Philistines with the jaw bone of an Ass. 50 AR. V.R. Unc. 

PROPERTY OF A. L. RANKIN, BUFFALO, N. Y. 

ANCIENT BRONZE COINS. 

733 GREEK. Bruttium MB. Zeus. Rx. Ajax fighting. VF. 

734 MB. Bruttium. Zeus. Rx. Eagle V. Fine. 

73 5 Hiero II, Carthage, Roman lead tessera. Widows Mite of Augustus 
period. G. to fine. Rare. 4 pcs. 

736 Widows Mite of Nero period. Very good. 

737 Egypt. Largest size bronze. Ptolemy III. Rx. Eagle. About 2% 

oz. Fine, patinated. 

73 8 Egypt Antoninus Pius. Largest cast bronze. Head to r. Eagle Un- 

usually fine for this coinage, always crudely struck. Patinated. 
Rare. 

739 Another 1st Brass for Egypt, Trajan; another, Ant. Pius. Good and 

VG. Rare. 2 pcs. 

740 Thick MB for Egypt. Salonina; another, Diocletian. VF. 2 pcs. 

741 Early Roman. Semis, about 1 % oz; Mercury to r; later period As, 

(2), Fair to very fair. 3 pcs. 

74 2 Roman 1st Br. Marcus Aurelius, Faustina I Philip I, Maximinus I, 

Sex. Alexander. Good. 5 pcs. 

743 Sabina, poor (patinated); Julia Domna, large flan, fair; another, 

Good, struck on a flan too small. Rare lot. 3 pcs. 

744 Julia Maesa. Bust to r. Good (Rare); Philip I, Maximinus I, Mar- 

cus Aurelius. Good & VG. 4 pcs. 

745 Gordian III. Head r Love stdg. Fine, patinated. 



ANCIENT BRONZE COINS 



55 



746 Middle Bronze Coins. Claudius I. Rx. S. C. Sabina, VG patinated 

obverse Rev. only fair. 2 pcs. 

747 Hadrian, Domitian, VG & G. 1 patinated. 2 pcs. 

74 8 Faustina I, Aelius, Domitian, Hadrian, Ant. Pius, Good lot. 6 pcs. 

7 49 Max Hercules, Licinius I, Trajan. Galerius Maximianus, Magnentiue, 
G. to fine. 6 pcs. 

750 Small Bronzes, 3rd and 4th sizes, Constantine I, Diocletian, also a mite 

of the first Jewish revolt. Mostly fine. 16 pcs. 

751 Byzantine. Justinian; Justinian and Sophia, John I, Manual I, Corn- 

menus, (concave types) G. to fine. Scarce. 4 pcs. 

752 Porphyrogenitus, A.D. 1143. Concave type. Fine lot, described in 

envelopes. Rare. 3 pcs. 

PROPERTY OF A. SMITH, NEW YORK. 

SPLENDID COLLECTION OF HARD TIMES TOKENS, ONE OF THE BEST 

LOTS WE HAVE HAD. 

753 Low 1. Bust of Jackson to r. ANt>R'EW JACKSON. Rx. THE BANK 

MUST PERISH — THE — UNION — MUST — AND — SHALL — BE PRE 
SERVED, in wrth. 5 stars below wrth. Copper. Very Rare. Fine. 
Seldom seen in this state. Plate. 

754 Low 3. Homely bust of Jackson to r, civilian cress. ANDREW 

JACKSON. PRESIDENT. Rx. ELECTED. A.D. 1828. RE. 
ELECTED. A.D. 1828. RE. ELECTED. A.D. 1832. In field, WE 
COMMEMO at — THE GLORIOUS— VICTORIES OF — OUR HERO 
IN — WAR & IN PEACE. B. Gilt. V. Fine. Rare. Plate. 

755 Low 5. Togated bust to r. ANDREW JACKSON. PRESIDENT OF 

THE U. S. Rx. Same as last. Light scratches, otherwise V. Fine. 
Plate. Brass. 

756 Low 5. Obv. Military bust facing, head slightly to left, in wrth. AND. 

JACKSON PRESIDENT OF TH E UNITED STATES 1833. Rx. 
Eagle with open wings, shield on breast. THE GALLANT & SUC- 
CESSFUL DEFENDER OF N. ORLEANS, in wrth. Very fine. B. 
Plate. Rare. 

757 As last. Fine. B. Rare. Plate. 

758 Low 6. Ship to left. FOR THE CONSTITUTION HURRAH! Rx. 

FLOURISH COMMERCE. FLOURISH INDUSTRY. In field, WHIGS 
— OF N. YORK. LES TROIE JOURS — APRIL — 8, 9, & 10 — 1834. 
Very fine. Brass. V. Rare. Plate. 

759 Low 8 Hog to left. Credit Perish Commerce, etc. Head Jackson, Unc., 

ftart red. 



56 



HARD TIMES TOKENS 



760 


Low 8. 


Unc., sharp. 








761 


Low 9. 


As last. Brass. Unc. 


Rare. 


Plate. 




762 


As last. 


V. Fine. Plate. 








763 


Low 10. 


Similar, but Jackson has broader shoulders. Ex. F. 


Scarce. 




Plate. 










764 


As last. 


Fine. 








765 


Low 11. 


As last, but struck in 


brass. 


Very fine. Very rare. 


Plate. 


766 


Low 12. 


Jackson walking to 


left. 


A PLAIN SYSTEM. VOID OF 



POMP. Rx. Balking donkey. THE CONSTITUTION. AS I UN- 
DERSTAND IT. Unc. Scarce. Plate. 

767 Low 13. Bust of Seward to 1. 'WILLIAM H. SEWARD, etc. Eagle. 

B. V. Fine. Rare. Plate. 

768 Low 15. Wm. H. Seward. Bust 1. Name. OUR NEXT GOVNR. 

(reading to left), Profile differs from last. Rx. Eagle. Unc. B. V. 
Rare state. Plate. 

76 9 Low 16 Verplanck Card. Brass. Head 1. GULIAN C. VERPLANCK. 

OUR . . EXT GOVNR. Rx Eagle. A FAITHFUL FRIEND, etc. B. 
Ex. F. V. Rare. Plate. 

770 Low 17. Well known donkey with short ground. Abt. Fine. Rarity 

5. 

771 Low 18, 19. Running donkeys. Ex. F. Unc. 2 pcs. 

772 Low 20. Unc., red. 

773 Low 20 Lib. head 1. Rx. NOT ONE CENT, etc. Ugly style VG. Rare. 

774 Low 22 Ugly head Liberty to 1. Rx. Not One Cent, etc. Fine. V. Rare. 

775 Low 23. Better executed type. Largest date. Same inscription as 

last. Fine. Rare. Plate. 

776 Low 24. Head Liberty to left. E. PLURIBUS UNUM, stars in semi- 

circle. Rx. NOT ONF CENT, etc. AE. Unc. V. Rare. Rarity 8. Plate. 

777 Low 26. Types very similar. ONE instead of ONF. AE. Fine. 

Rarity 8. Plate. 

778 Low 27. 1837. Lib. head. Smallest date in series. Rx. NOT ONE 

CENT etc. AE. Ex. F. V. Rare. Rarity 8. Plate. 

779 Low 28. Better executed model. Similar lettering. Ex. Fine. Scarce. 

780 Low 29. Ugly large head. Parts weak as usual. Fine. R. 3. 

781 Low 30. Small ugly head, used with Jarvis card. Dent near bust, 

V.F. otherwise. 

782 Low 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37. Ex. F. to Unc. 7 pcs. 

783 Low 38. Head. Rx. MINT DROP, etc. L. 39, 40, 44, Fine to Unc., 

red. 4 pcs. 

784 Low 45, 46, VF. to Unc. 2 pcs. 

785 Low 47. Unc., red 48. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 



HARD TIMES TOKENS 



57 



786 Low 49, 51. Unc. Jackson in chest. 2 pcs. 

787 Low 51 (2) and L. 53. Jackson in chest. Rx. donkey with thick 

belly. F. to Ex. F. 3 pcs. 

788 L. 52. Jackson in chest, holding sword. I TAKE THE — RESPON- 

SIBILITY. Rx. Donkey standing to 1. THE CONSTITUTION AS 
I UNDERSTAND IT— ROMAN FIRMNESS. Brass. Unc., bright. 
V.R. State. Plate. 

789 L. 54. Kneeling slave. L. 58. Webster. L. 59. Ship. Rx. NOT 

ONE CENT, etc. Unc. 3 pcs. 

790 Low 56. Bust of Martin Van Buren to left THE SOBER SECOND 

THOUGHTS — OF THE PEOPLE ARE OK. Rx. Safe. THE IN- 
DEPENDANT (Sic!) TREASURY. THE CHOICE OF THE PEOPLE. 
A. Pierced as usual. V.F. Rare. Plate. 

NOTE: — This comes in brass. Same also is rare. 

791 Low 60, 62, 63, 64. Wrecked ships, varieties. V. F. to Unc. 4 pcs. 

792 Low 61 Ship on rocks to left. VAN BUREN METALLIC CURRENCY. 

Stern of ship points to E in CURRENCY and deck is curved. Rx. 
Ship WEBSTER. CREDIT. CURRENT. 1841. Fine. V. Rare. Plate. 



793 


L. 64. 


Ex. F. 67. Unc., red. Last rare. 2 pcs. 




794 


Low 65. 


Obv. Head of Low 30. Rx. Ship WEBSTER, etc. V.F. 


Rare. 


795 


Low 66. 


Steer. Ship. Agriculture and Commerce. Ex. Fine. 


Rare. 




Plate. 






796 


Low 68, 


6 9. Ex. F. Choice. 2 pcs. 




797 


Low 72. 


Cheapside token. Front view of building. Brigham 


card. 




Very fine. Rarity 4. Plate. 




798 


Low 73. 


Cheapside token, New Bedford. Rarity 5. Very fine. 


V.R. 




Plate. 






799 


. . Low 


74. Hathaway . Fire-grate. Abt. Unc. Scarce. 




800 


Low 75. 


Robinson, Jones & Co. L. 76. V.F. 2 pcs. 




801 


Low 78. 


Handy. Tailor. V.F. Rare. 




802 


Low 80. 


Haskins; L. 84. Lafayette stdg. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 




803 


Low 81. 


Howell Works Garden. Bunch of grapes. SIGNUM, 


1834. 




Fine. 


Rare. 




804 


Low 84. 


Machine. Schenck. Unc., partly red. 




805 


L. 86. 


Lafayette Wilkins. Abt. Unc. 




806 


Low 87. 


Boutwell card. Obv. O. & P- BOUTWELL — No. 7 — Grand 



Division St. TROY, N. Y. — 1835. Rx. BAKERS & CONFEC. 
TIONERS. Sheaf of wheat. Pierced near edge over Sheaf. Fine 
otherwise and exceedingly rare in any state. The first we have 
offered in over 200 sales. Plate. 

807 Low 92. Bucklins. Fine. Scarce. 



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HARD TIMES TOKENS 



808 Low 92. VGood. 

809 Low 93. Bucklins INTEREST TABLES. Circle of large stars. 

Fine. V. Rare. Plate. 

810 L. 94. Lafayette. Clark & Arfthony. Slightly bent in middle. Unc., 

half red. Rare. Plate. 

811 Low 95, 97, 98. Merchants Exch and Joint Stock Exchange tokens. 

Views of buildings. Choice, Unc., sharp lot. 3 pcs. 

812 L. 99. Walsh. Plow. Ex. F. 

813 L. 100. Lafayette. Walsh. Ex. F. 

814 L. 101. Lafayette. Walsh. Ex. F. 

815 L. 103. R. & W. Robinson; L. 104. 107. Anderson. F. to Unc. 

3 pcs. 

816 Low 105. R. & W. ROBINSON. Hyphen between New and York. Ex. 

Fine. V. Rare. Plate. 

817 L. 107. Anderson... Boot. Unc., half red. 

818 Low 109. Benedict & Burnham. Ex. F. 

819 Low 110, 111. Centre Market. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

820 Low 110, 112, 113, last 2 Crossman cards. Ex. F. to Unc. 3 pcs. 

820a L. 114. Dayton. Head. Fine. Rare. 

821 L. 115. Deveau. Head. Boot. V.F. Rare. 

822 L. 117. Feuchtwanger. Three Cents. Arms of N. Y. Unc. Plate. 

823 1837. Feuchtwanger. Three Cents. Eagle crouching to left. Rx. 

FEUCHTWANGER’S COMPOSITION — THREE — CENTS. Feucht- 
wanger Metal. Very fine. Ex. Rare, probably the most valuable 
in the collection. .Plate. 

824 1864. Feuchtwanger Three Cents. Eagle with open wings. FEUCHT- 

WANGER’S COMPOSITION — 3 — THREE — CENTS. Unc. V. Rare. 
Plate. 

825 Low 120. Feuchtwanger One Cent. 10 Var. Fine to Unc. 10 pcs. 

826 L. 122. Jarvis. Rx. Stars. V.F. 

827 Low 123. Obv. of Low 30. Rx. Jarvis card. Leaves. Unc. V.R. 

Plate. 

828 Low 125. Maycock card. Head. Top parts worn as usual. Fine. 

Rare. 

829 Low 126. Same. Eagle. Unc., share. 

83 0 L. 127. Phalons. Abt. Unc. 

831 L. 129. Roxbury Coaches. Feuchtwanger metal. Fine. Rare. 

832 L. 13 0. Scoville. Phoenix. Sharp, Unc. Rare. Plate. 

833 L. 131. A. C. Smith; 13 2 Size. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

834 L. 133. Smith’s Clocks, Clock-face. Rx. SMITH’S— CLOCK — ES- 

TABLISHMENT, etc. Ex. F. Rare. Plate. 



HARD TIMES TOKENS 



59 



835 


L. 


135. 


Smith’s 


Clocks. 


V. Fine. Rare. .Plate. 






836 


L. 


135. 


Smith’s 


Clocks. 


Sharp, About Unc. Rare. 


Plate. 


837 


L. 


136. 


Smith’s 


Clocks. 


Ex. F. About Unc. Rare. 


Plate. 


838 


L. 


138. 


Smith’s Clocks. 


Slight nicks. F. Sharp. V.R. 


Plate. 


839 


L. 


140. 


Sweet. 


Head. 


Thin flan. Fine. Scarce. 






840 


L. 


141. 


Sweet. 


Larger flan. Fine. Rare. 






841 


L. 


142. 


Bergen Iron Works. Eagle. Ornament stars. 


B. 


Fine. Rare. 


842 


L. 


143. 


Bergen 


Iron Works. Ornament circles. Die 


very slightly 



broken. Ex. f. AE?. Rare. 

843 L. 143. Die badly broken. AE. Fine. V.Rare. 

844 L. 145. Ugly head 1. Rx. WEST TROY. Bucklins Bookkeeping card. 



Fine for piece. Rare. 

845 L. 145. Similar . Very good. Rare. 

846 L. 148. Boquet. Duseaman card. Fine. Scarce. 

847 L. 149. Arms of Philadelphia card. Obv. Arms supported, eagle 

above it. Rx. F.S. — 50 CENTS, in wreath. Feuchtwanger metal. 
About sSme size as Low 117. Fine. Exceedingly rare. First in 
these sales. Almost as rare as any Jackson Token. Should bring 
a big price. Plate. 

848 L. 153, 154. Riker cards. Ex. F. Choice. 2 pcs. 

849 Low 155. Obv. like Low 66, Steer. Rx. Boquet. T. D. SEAMAN, 

Card. Edge dented, otherwise about fine. Very rare. 

850 Low 163. Howell Works Garden. A rose. TOKEN. Fine. Rare. Plate. 

851 L. 164. Richards. Ex. fine, abt. Unc. 

852 Low 172. Martin Van BuTen. Bust to 1. THE SOBER SECOND 

THOUGHTS, etc. Rx. Safe. Brass. V.F. Rare. Plate. 

853 Low 175. Gustin & Blake. STOVES, TIN WARE, etc. Always bad- 

ly struck. Fine for the piece. V. Rare. Plate. 

854 L. 180. Bergen Iron Works. Stars. B. Fine. Rare. 

MISCELLANEOUS RARE JACKSON TOKENS 

854a Low 4. Uncirculated, brilliant. Rare state. Plate. 

854b Low 7. 1834. The Glorious Whig Victory. Liberty cap in glory, in- 

scribed LIBERTY . Rx. FELLOW CITIZENS, SAVE YOUR CON- 
STITUTION. Ship sailing to r. AE. Very fine. Ex. Rare. Plate. 
854c Low 10. Broad shouldered Jackson. Hog running. Uncirculated, 
traces of redness. In this state very rare. Plate. 

854d Low 83. Richards card. Rx. as lot 79. Unc., mostly bright red. 
Very rare state". 



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JACKSON TOKENS 



854e Low 89. Obv. female head, ill-shaped and badly executed, TROY, 
circle of stars. Rx. BUCKLIN’S INTEREST TABLES in wrth of 
Oak Leaves. Good. V.R. 

854f Low 124. Nathl March card. Rx. Wm. Simes & Co. Une., brilliant 
olive. Rare state. 

854g Low 138. Smith, Clocks card. Obv. same as Low 137. Rx. similar 
to Low 136; the spacing between the lines differs slightly; floral 
ornaments are larger. Ex. fine, original gilt. Excessively rare. 
Plate. 

854h Low T23. Jarvis card. Head of No. 30. Rx. George A. Jarvis card, 
Wine and Tea Dealer, 142 Grand Corner of Elm Street, New York. 
Leaves for ornaments. . . Sharp, uncirculated. Rare. Plate. 

8541 Low 151. W. GIBBS, AGRICULTURIST. N. YORK. Boquet of wheat. 

thistles and roses. Rx. with Steer. Same as obverse of Low 66. Ex- 
tremely fine. One of the rarest hard times tokens. Properly ap- 
preciated would bring $5 0. Plate. 

854 j Low 155. Obv. T. D. SEAMAN BUTCHER, BELLEVILLE. Boquet. 

Same as last number. Rx. Same as obverse of Low 6 6. Extremely 
fine. As rare as preceding. One of the rarest tokens. Plate. 

COIN COLLECTION OF THE LATE DR. GEORGE E. WALKER, OF 
MT. ANGELO, SWEET BRIAR, VA. 

Sold by order of his Executor and son, Dr. Wm. E. Walker, Sweet Briar VA. 

<3 

A Collection contains a Large Variety of Items, especially Foreign 

Silver of Thaler Size and Less. 



FOREIGN GOLD COINS. 

England 

855 (1603). James I. Royal. Large bust of king to r, holding sceptre. 

Rx. Shield, crowned, divides 1-R. FACIAM. EOS. IN etc. Slight 
scratch in left obv. field. V. Fine. 

856 James I. Crown. Bust r. IACOBUS HENRICUS ROSE REGNA. Fine. 

857 1790. Geo. TIL Spade Guinea. Bust r. Arms, crowned. Good. 

858 1798. Geo. III. Spade Guinea. Fine. Pierced over head for watch 

charm. 

859 1802. Geo. III. y 3 Guinea. Unc. 



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France 

860 (1316). Philip V, (Le Long). Aignel, Broad coin. Obv. Pascal 

lamb. NOB. AGN. DEI. IOVI TOLL. PECA MDVI. MISERERE. Rx. 
Cross, with fleurons and lobes. PH. VINCIT. XPC. REGNAT. XPC. 
IMPERAT. X. Broad piece. Very fine. Rare. Variety of Thom- 
sen 2975, page 246. 

861 An. 13. Napoleon I. 20 Francs. Bust 1, as Emperor of the Republic. 

Nearly fine. Paris mint. 

862 1862. Napoleon III. 10 Fes. Pin removed from back. 

863 1856. Napoleon III. 5 Fes. Unc. 

864 1854. Napoleon III. 5 Fes. Smaller type. Unc. 

865 1857-9. Napoleon III. 5 Fes. Larger type. F. 2 pcs. 

866 1863-64. Napoleon III. 5 Fes. Larger type. F. 2 pcs. 

VARIOUS FOREIGN GOLD COINS 

8 67 Late Byzantine cupped solidus, hammered out flat. Christ seated 
XC — IC. Rx. Two standing. Greek Ins. Pierced at top. V. 

Good. 

868 1746. Holland. 2 Stivers, gold. Lion to left, crowned. 2-S. Rx. 
HOL-LAN-DIA — 1746. Ex. F. Rare. 

869 Germany. 1808. Westphalia. Jerome Napoleon. 20 Francs. Head 

1. Value. Fine. Rare. 

870 1830. Brunswick. Bust. Geo. IV. 10 Thalers. Fine. 

871 1888. Prussia. Fredk. Bearded Bust. r. 20 M. Almost proof. 

872 1877. Wuertemburg Karl. 5 Marks. Unc. 

873 South Afr. Rep., 189 7, Kruger. Arms. Single shaft pond. Fine. 

874 1896. Half pond. Fine. 

875 1756. Russia. Elizabeth. Imperial ducat. Bust of Empress to r. 

Arms. Ex. F. Rare. 

876 1777. Cath. II. Half Ruble. Bust to r. Arms. Pierced at top. 

Fine otherwise. 

877 Tunis. Old sequin. Monogram. Ins. Ex. F. 

878 Turkey. Modern Half Pound. A.H. 1293. V. Fine. 

879 Quarter pounds. Years 1293 and 1277. F. 2 pcs. 

880 1719. Berne. Half ducat. Arms. MONETA REIPUB. BERNENS. 

Rx. BENEDICTUS ET. IEHOVA DEVS “ V 2 Ducat — 1719. Fine. 
Rare. 

881 1728. Salzburg. % Ducat. Pierced at edge. F. 

882 Hungary. Mathias. Early Ducat. St. Ladislaus stdg. Fine. 



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FOREIGN GOLD 



883 1524. LUDOVICUS. Ducat. Madonna and child. Saint Ladislaua 

Btdg. Ducat. Fine. 

884 Nuremburg. *4 Klippe ducat for year 1700. Pierced at edge. Fine. 

884a New Foundland $2. 1885. Y.F. 

885 Persia. Half Toman Gold. Shah facing. Very good. 

886 1874. Norway & Sweden. Oscar II. 20 Kroners. Bust. Rx. Lion 

in shield crowned. Unc. 

887 Spain. 1747-9. Ferd. VI. Pesos, 2 dies. Abt. Fine. 2 pcs. 

888 1788. Chas. III. Peso; 1818. Ferd. VII. VG. & F. 2 pcs. 

889 1817. Ferd. VII. Peso; 1863. Isabel II. Peso for Philippines. 

VG. 2 pcs. 

890 1868. Isabel II. 4 Escudos, equal to about $2*4. Bust. Fine. 

891 1826. Colombia. Head. Arms. Peso; 1864. Guatemala. Carrera 

4 Reals. F. 2 pcs. 

892 Costa Rica. Pesos of 1871 and 2. Fine. 2 pcs. 

893 1900. Costa Rica Peso. Head; 1866, Old type peso. VG. & VF. 

2 pcs. 

893a 1848. Chihuahua. Peso. V.F. 1897 Mexico. Peso. Loop removed. 

2 pcs. 



894 

895 

896 

897 

898 

899 

900 

901 

902 

903 

904 

905 

906 

907 

908 

909 



FOREIGN SILVER COINS 

COINS OF THALER OR DOLLAR SIZE. 

Abyssinia. Menelik LaGrange dollar. Bust. Unc. 

1626. Augsburg. Infants over city. Eagle. Broad thaler. F. 
1765. Another, bust of Francis. Arms. Fine. 

1607. Austria. Bust Rud. II. Arms. Fine. 

1879. Fr. Jos. & Empress, marriage thaler; VF. 

1900. Fr. Jos. 5 Coron. Large head. F. 

1815. Argentina. Flaming sun peso. F. 

Brunswick. 1624. Wild man stdg, tree at left Fredk. Ulrich. Fine. 
1665. Jno. Fredk. Wild horse to left. Broad Thai. F. 

1643. Augustus. Bell thaler. 9 hands holding bell. 

1725. Wild man stdg to front; tree at left. Geo. I. (also of England) 
Broad thal. V.F. 

1633. Bohemia. Bust Ferdinand to r. Arms. Fine. 

1709. Joseph. Bust r. Rx. Arms with Bohemian lion in middle of 
double eagle. V.F. Rare. First offered in my sales. 

1865. Bremen. Bund thaler. Ex. F. 

Brandenburg. 3 Brothers crown. 1630. Fine. Scarce. 

1774. Head Alexander to r. Lion supporting arms. F. 






FOREIGN SILVER 



63 



910 

911 

912 

913 

914 

915 

916 

917 

918 

919 

920 

921 

922 

923 

924 

925 

926 

927 

928 

929 

930 

931 

932 

933 

934 

935 



936 

937 

938 

939 



1806. Baden. Max. Jos. Broad thaler. Bust r. Arms supptd. Unc. 
Scarce. 

183 6. LSopold. Rx. ZU-IHRER — VOELKER — HE1L. F. 

1836. Leopold. Another, Kronen thaler, thicker type. Unc., proof 
surface. Rare. 

1825. Ludwig. Bust r. Rx. Arms 2 — G. VG. Rare; 1865 Fredk. 
Thaler. F. 2 pcs. 

1777. Bologna. St. Petronius. stdg. Arms. Plus VI. Thaler. VG. 
R. 

1811. Barcelona. 5 Pesetas. Rx. Diamond design. Ex. F. 

1622. Berne. Thaler. Walling bear. G. 

1798. Warrior stdg. Arms. Crown, VG. 

1885. Female stdg. Fest thaler. Looped. VG. 

(1710-50). Basel. View thaler. Abt. F. 

1765. Basel. “1 THALER”. V. Fair. 

1879. Man stdg. Fest 5 Fes. F. 

1666. Besancon. Chas. V. stdg. Arms. Fine. Scarce. 

Brazil. 960. R. Arms cwnd. V.F. 

1856-69. Bust. Another. Rx. Value. Peter II. 2,000R. Unc. 2 pcs. 
1887. Bust Peter II; another type, loop removed. 1st Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

1889. Bust Peter II; 1855, another. Rx. Value. F. 2 pcs. 

1835. Peter II. 1200. Value. Arms. Ex. F. Rare type. 

Bolivia. 1833. Bust r. Rx. Arms. Llama, etc.! another, 1845, 
smaller bust, last V.F. 2 pcs. 

1837-87. 4 diff. types of Peso. Fine to Ex. F. 4 pcs. 

18 85. Bulgaria. 5 Leva. Fine. Scarce. 

Belgium. 1849-69-70. 5 Fes. Leopold I and II. G. to F. 3 pcs. 

Brabant and Flanders. 1619. Albert & Elizabeth. Broad thaler. 

Busts. Antwerp mint. Fine. 

1634. Arms, another, 1636. Bust of Philip IV of Spain, Antwerp 
G. to abt. F. 2 pcs. 

164 8. Antwerp. Philip IV. Thaler, VGood. 

1680. Brussels. Rare. Siege Klippe 36 Stivers or % crown piece. 

St. George killing dragon (?) BRVXELLA. PERFER. ET. OBDVRA 
16-80 Rx. Blank. Very rare. First in these sales. V.Fine. 
Various thalers for Flanders Maria Theresa, Francis II, from 1776 
to 1796. Good to fine. 

Bavaria. Maximilianus. Lion’s supporting shield. Madonna. Fine. 

1764-1816. Max. Jos & Maximilian, 4 types of Thalers. Busts. G. 
to VF. 4 pcs. 

Same rulers. Various types of thalers, G. to Fine. 



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FOREIGN SILVER 



940 

941 

942 

943 

944 

945 

946 

947 

948 

949 

950 

951 

952 

953 

954 

955 

956 

957 
957a 

958 

959 

960 

961 

962 

963 

964 

965 

966 

967 

968 

969 

970 



1832. Ludwig I. Bust to r. Rx. Crown in wrth GERECHT UND 
BEHARRLICH. Proof surface. Double thaler sizlT. ' Rare. 

1828. Bust r. Rx. 9 busts in circles. Fine. 

1828. Bust r. Rx. Monument V. Schoenborn. Double thaler; an- 
other, thaler size. Rx. ZWEY GULDEN . Fine. 2 pcs. 

1849. Maximilian II. 2 G; another, 1855. Rx. Madonna. VF. 2 
pcs. 

1860. Bust r. ZWEf VEREINSTHALER. Fine. 

16 38. Carinthia. Ferd. III. Bust. Arms. Thaler. VG. Scarce. 
1752. Costa Rica. Slug 8 Reals with Cstp. Pierced. 1833; Chile. 
Pedestal 8 R- VG. 2 pcs. 

1854. Chile. Very small Condor; another 1885, Larger condor. Ex. 
F. 2 pcs. 

1883-6. Large condor Pesos. Unc. 2 pcs. 

18 97. Cuba. Souvenir Peso. Various types of Liberty in relief. 
VF to Unc. 3 pcs. 

Cambodia. Hen. Pagodas. Tical. Fine, gilded. 

1679. Denmark. Christ 5. 4 M. Fine. 

1849. Fredk VII. 1 SPECIES. F. 

1891. Dominica. Head. 5 Francos. Fine. Silver. 

England. Chas. I. King mounted to 1. Rx. Shield. CHRISTO AU- 
SPICE REGNO. Crude as usual. Good. Rare. 

165 8. Oliver Cromwell, Protector. Head 1. Arms, crowned. Crotfn. 
Good. Rare. 

1663. Chas. II. Bust r. Arms. VGood. 

1688. James II. Crown. V. Fair. 

1687. Crown. Very fine. 

1696. Wm. III. Bust r. Arms. Fine. 

1696. Wm. III. Crown. Fine. 

1691. Wm. & Mary. Crown. Fairly good. 

1707. Anne. Bust E. under bust. Fine. Rare. 

1710. George I. Roses and Plumes between arms. Abt. Fine. Rare. 

1746. Geo. II. Old head. Bust 1. Arms, cross form. Ex. Fine. 

Rare. 

1750. George II. Old bust crown. Very good. 

1804. Geo. III. Bank of Ireland 6 shillings. Fine. Scarce. 

1804. Geo. II. Bank, England. Dollar. Good. 

1818. Geo. ill. Pistrucci’s. St. George & Dragon crown. Unc. 

1820. Geo. III. Pistrucci’s crown. Abt. Unc. 

1821. Geo. IV. First yea'r of reign Crown. Abt. F. 

Geo. in (worn crown); Victoria 3 types of bust G. to F. 4 pc«. 



FOREIGN SILVER 



65 



971 

972 

973 

974 

975 

■ 

976 

977 

978 

979 

980 

981 

982 

983 

984 

985 

986 

987 

988 

989 

990 

991 

992 

993 

994 

995 

996 

997 

998 

999 

1000 
1001 

1002 

1003 



Victoria. Veiled and small type busts 1889, 1900. VG. 2 pcs. 

Two more, dates 1892, 1896. VG. 2 pcs. 

1887. Crown and double florin. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

Veiled type, dates 1893-4-9; 1890. Small, crowned type, G. to fine. 
4 pcs. 

Etruria, Tuscany. 1621. Cosmus II. Bust to r, holding sceptre. Rx. 

Crowned shield PISA INVETUS, etc. V.Fine. 

1680. Cosmus III. Bust r. Harbor scene. Holed at edge. Abt. F. 
1747. Franciscus. Bust r. Arms. Fine. 

1785. Leopoldus. Bust r. Arms. Fine. 

175 9. Petrus Peopold. Bust. Arms. Fine. 

1803. Louis I. Bust. Arms. Fine. 

1803. Similar crown. Abt. F. 

1807. Carolus et Aloysia. Double crown. Busts r. V.F. 

Egypt. Modern dollar. Monogram. 

1884, 1887. Ecuador. Sucres. Different types. F. & VF. 2 pcs. 
France. 16 52. Louis XIV. Baby head. Ecu. VGood. 

1694. Louis XIV. Old bust. Ecu. Louis XV. Various ecus. Avg. 
G. 4 pcs. 

Louis XVI. Various Ecus 1775-90. 1 pierced. G. to F. 5 pcs. 

1793. Louis XVI. Large head. Rx. Angel. Crown. Fine. 

An 13-1813. Napoleon I. 3 types of 5 Fes. G. & VG. 3 pcs. 
1811. 5 Fes. Q Mint Mark, 1825-29. Chas. X. 5 Fes. VG. to F. 
4 pcs. 

1823. Louis XVIII, 1830. L. Philippe. G. to F. 2 pcs. 

Louis Philippe. Various 5 Fes. G. to fine. 5 pcs. 

1849-51. Second Rep. Head France." VG to F. 3 pcs. 

1852. Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte. Cou-D’Etat 5 Fes. VG; 1867-9. 

Napoleon III. VG to F. 3 pcs. 

1876. 3rd Rep. 5 Fes. 3 Figures stdg. V.F. 

1870-1. Napoleon III. 3rd Rep, 3 types, VG to F. 4 pcs. 

Frankfurt. 1844. Arms. 3 Vz G. 2 Thaler. V.F. 

1861. Frankfort. Female head. Double thaler, VF. 

1866. Double thaler, similar. Good. 

1861. Vereinsthaler. Fine. 

1625. Genoa. Thick, small crow'll, pierced near edge. Fine. Double 
struck. 

Germany. Fredk. Christian. Bust to r, name, titles abbreviated. 

Arms supported. B. Mint. Abt. Fine. 

1808. Corona. Cstpd. crown of Ferd. VII. Fine. 



66 

1004 

1005 

1006 

1007 

1008 

1009 

1010 

1011 

1012 

1013 

1014 

1015 

1016 

1017 

1018 

1019 

1020 

1021 

1022 

1023 

1024 

1025 

1026 

1027 

1028 

1029 

1030 

1031 

1032 

1033 

1034 

1035 



FOREIGN SILVER 



1847. Glams. (Swiss). Heavy Crown 40 Batz. Twice pierced near 
edge. V.F. 

Guatemala. 1867-85. 4 diff. types Pesos, including Cstped. Fine. 

4 pcs. 

186 4. Rafael Carrera; also Cstpd and plain types. V.F. 3 pcs. 
Two Cstpd. Pesos of Peru and 1870 R. Carrera. VG to VF. 3 pcs. 

187 6. Greece. George. Bust 5. Dr. Fine. 

1895. Hayti. Head r. 1 Gourde. V.F. 

1888-1902. Honduras. Lib. stdg. Arms. G. to F. 3 pcs. 

1656. Hungary. Rare coronation thaler of Leopold. Two hands 
clasping swords over crowned globe. CONSILIO ET INDUSTRIA. 
Loop removed from edge. Fine otherwise. 

1901.,. .Hong Kong. Britannia stdg. Ins. in 3 languages, VF. 

1763. Hamburg. Broad crown. Arms. Fine. 

17 83. Hohenzollern-Burg. Bust, Jos. Wilhelm to r. Arms. V.G. 
V.R. 

1883. Hawaii. Kalakua I. Bust r. Arms. Ex. F. 

1825. Hessen. Head Ludwig. Arms. Kronenthaler. Fine. Scarce 
type. 

1841. Ludwig II. Double thaler. Rx. VEREINS — MUNZE in wrth. 
VGood. 

184 4. Another type double thaler. Rx. Arms crowned. Fine. 
1870. Ludwig III. Bust. Arms supptd. Fine. 

Holland. 174 7. Utrecht broad crown. Knight charging. V.F. 

1717. Utrecht. Double crown. Same type. VF. Scarce. 

1786-90. Two types of crowns of Utrecht and Holland. F. & VF. 
2 pcs. 

1576. Utrecht. Lion crown. Fine, rudely struck. 

180 7. Ludwig Napoleon. Bust. Arms. 50 Stivers crown. VF. 
1810. Isles of Fiance. Eagle crowned. ILES OF FRANCE ET 
BONAPARTE. Rx. Dix Livres in wrth, value weak. Good. Rare. 
1877. Italy. Viet. Emmanual II. 5 L. Fine. 

1893. Indo-Chine. Piastre de Commerce. Ex. F. 

Papan. Trade Dollar." Value in English. Unc. Rare. 

Yens, new types, 1 countermarked. Fine. 3 pcs. 

1741. Lucca. St. Martin & Beggar crown, broad type. Abt. F. 

1 753. Another, smaller type. Good. 

1808. Lucca. Felice & Elisa. (Sister Nap. I.). 5 F. 

1753. Lubeck. Double arms, V.F. 

1796-1808. Mexico. Chas. IV. 8 Reals. G. to fine. 5 pcs. 

18 21. Ferd. VII. 8 R. G. to F. S pea. 



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67 



1036 1755. Pillar dollar, V'G; 1822. Iturbide. Small bust peso Abt. F. 

2 pcs. 

1037 1866-67. Maximilian Pesos. 2 years, VG. & F. 2 pcs. 

1038 1824. Rep. Hook-necked eagle. 8 R. Abt. F. Rare. 

1039 Mexico. Various mints, Zacatecas, Durango, to 1910. 2 types. VG. 

to VF. 7 pcs. 

! 1040 Malta. Raimund Despiug. 2 Scudi. Bust, VG. Rare. 

1041 1757. Emanuel Pinto Broad crown; saint stdg; 1796. Em. De 

Rohan 30 T. and 2 Scudi. Abt. F. 2 pcs. 

1042 1809. Majorca. 5 Ps. Ferd. VII. Pierced at top. F. 

1042a 1644. Cross. Arms crowned. VG. Crude. Rare. 

1043 1768. Mayence. Emerich, crown. Bust. Abt. F. 

1044 1626. Nuremburg. Double arms crown Ferd. II. VGood. 

1045 1628. Infant supports 2 shields, a third above him. Rx. Double 

eagle. Ferd. II. F. 

104 6 1759-6 5. 3 types thalefs, some with views. G. to fine. 4 pcs. 

1047 1826-44. Norway. Bernadotte. Three types of bust, crowns. Fine 

to Ex. F. 3 pcs. 

1048 1843. Neuva Granada. 8 Reals. Ex. Fine. 

1049 1839. Ocho Dineros; another, 1848. DIEZ REALES. G. & VG. 

2 pcs. 

1049a 1702. Olmutz, Carolus. Bust. Fine. 

1050 Pem. 1819. Siege of Callao 8 Reals. View of sea battle off Cal- 

lao. PREMIO A LAFIDELIDAD Y AL VALOR. Rx. DEFENSA — 
DEL CALLAO — EN MARZO Y — OCTUBRE — DE 1819. in 5 lines 
Slight nicks, otherwise fine. Very rare. First offered. 

1051 1789-1894. All different types of Peruvian 8 Reals. Mostly fine. 

7 pcs. 

1052 1870-89. Lib. std. Sols. Fine. 4 pcs. 

1053 1830. Porto Rico. 8 Reals. Cstp over Bolivian 8 R. VG. 

1054 Portugal. 1815-16-17-19-20. 960 R. coins, some overstruck. Fine 

to VF. 5 pcs. 

1055 1845. Maria II. Bust 1. 1000 R. Ex. F. Scarce. 

1056 1898. Carlos & Amelia. 400th Anniv. Indies. 2,000 R. VF. 

1057 Poland Vladislaus IV. Bust. Arms. Probably loop removed, VG. 

1058 Sigis III. Bust r. Arms. Abt. Fine. 

1059 1763. Fredk. Christ. Crown. Loop removed, VG. 

1060 1767. Xavier, Administrator, etc. Bust. V.F. 

1061 1788. Stanislaus Aug. Bust. Crown F. 

1062 Prussia. 1750. Fredk. Bust, small style. Rx. Eagle. A. Mint F. 

1063 1841. Fredk. Wm. Double crown. Ex. Fine. 



68 

1064 

1065 

1066 

1067 

1068 

1069 

1070 

1071 

1072 

1073 

1074 

1075 

1076 

1077 

1078 

1079 

1080 

1081 

1082 

1083 

1084 

1085 

1086 

1087 

1088 

1089 

1090 

1091 

1092 

1093 

1094 

1095 

1096 

1097 

1098 

1099 

1100 

1101 

1102 



FOREIGN SILVER 



1845-47. Double thalers. VG & F. 2 pcs. 

1854. Double thaler. Fine. 

Philippines. 1897. Alf. XIII; 1803. U. S. Pesos, last proof. 2 pcs. 
1895. Porto Rico. Alf. XIII Peso. Ex. F. 

1893. Another. Ex. F. 

1904. Panama. Balboa. Bust. Arms. Ex. F. 

1905. Similar. V.F. 

Persia. Lion and sword crown. Fine. Rare. 

Papal. 1830. Pius VIII. Bust r. Two saints. Abt. F. 

1834. Gregory XVI. Bust 1, Baptismal scene. Ex. F. 

1796. Parma. Ferd. I. Crown. G. Rare. 

17 65. Sardinia. Carl Emanuel. Broad crown. Bust. F. Scarce. 
1754. Ratisbon. Franciscus. View thaler. Loop removed, F. 

1756. Similar crown. Fine. 

1794. Ragusa. Head td'r RHAGVS. RESPVBL. LIBERTAS in 

shield. F. Rare. 

Rep. Central America. Sun, mountains and tree 8 R 1824. F. 
1826-36. Two more. Good & VG. 2 pcs. 

1883. Roumania. Carol. 5 Leo. Fine. 

1723. Russia. Peter I. (The Great). Bust. Ruble. Good. 

1728.. Peter II. Ruble. Bust. Abt. F. 

1729. Peter II Ruble. Fine. 

1731. Anna. Ruble. Bust. Good. 

1732. Ruble. Good. 

1733. Ruble. Very good. 

174 6. Elizabeth. Ruble. Bust. Fine. 

Elizabeth. Bust r. Rx. Man holding flag to r. Commemm. Ruble. 
Good. V.R. 

1774. Catherine II. Ruble. Good. 

1786. Cath. II. Ruble Ex. F., almost Unc., some lustre. 

Alex I, Nicholas I and II. Rubles. VG to F. 4 pcs. 

SALZBURG. 1621 St. Rupert std. Paris. Fine. 

1620. Paris. About as last, VGood. 

Wolf. Theodore. Crown. Saint std. Arms. Ex. F. 

16 23. Paris. Another, differing from last. Fine. 

1623-5. Rx. Madonna. Thalers. G. & VG. 2 pcs. 

1693. Jno. Ernest. About Unc. Handsome. 

1780-94. Heronymus. Bust. Arms. VG & F. 2 pcs. 

17 82. Sweden. Gustav. III. Crown. Fine. 

1893-4. Salvador. Bust. Peso. F. 

Another, Abt. Fine. 



1103 

1104 

1105 

1106 

1107 

1108 

1109 

1110 

1111 

1112 

1113 

1114 

1115 

1116 

1117 

1118 

1119 

1120 

1121 

1122 

1123 

1124 

1125 

1126 

1127 

1128 

1129 

1130 

1131* 

1132 

1133 

1134 

1135 

1136 



FOREIGN SILVER 



69 



1904. Straits Settlements. Edw. VII. Dollar. L. Size. Fine. 

1789. Schleswig-Holstein. Crown. Bust. Christian VII. Fine. 
1713. Styria. Chas. VI. Crown. Abt. Fine. 

1812. Schwarzburg-Rudolphstadt. Bust, Fredk. Gunther. Species 
Thaler. Abt. Fine; rare. 

Subalpine Gaul. 5 Francs. Fine. 

1892. South African Rep. Bust Paul Kruger. Arms. Unc. Rare. 
Spain. 1804. Spanish-America, Lima 8 R; Ferd. VII. Zacatecas 
8 R. Fair. 2 pcs. 

1851-67. Isabel II. 3 types 8 Rs. F. 3 pcs. 

1817-95 6 different types 8 Reals, Alf. XII and XIII, Amadeo. Mostly 
fine, 1 gilded. 7 pcs. 

Switzerland. Shooting 5 Fes of Schaffhausen, St. Gall and Friburg. 
F. 3 pcs. 

Sicily. 17F3. Carl. Broad 120 G. VG; 1796. IV. last F. 2 pcs. 
179 5. Ferdinand IV. Long haired crown. F. 

1805. Ferd. IV. Diff. type, with inner circle. Abt. F. 

1825. Franciscus I; 1829, Carl Felix, 1834. Ferd. II. VG. 3 pcs. 
1856-7-8. Ferd. II. Heavy 5 Lire. F. 3 pcs. 

Saxony. Maurice & bro. Kipper thaler. Busts. Loop removed, fine. 
1581. Jno. Cas. & Jno. Ernest. Abt. Fine. 

1607. Eight brothers crown. Busts. Fine. 

1600. 3 Bros, crown. Christian, etc. VG. 

1&623-4. Bros crown. Busts of 3. Rx. Jno. Philip. Fine. 

1638. Jno. Geo. I. Bust. Arms. Abt. Fine. 

16 53. Jno. Geo. I. Same types. Fine. 

1658. Jno. Geo. II. Vicariatsthaler. King mtd. Ins. Ex. F. 

16 30. Jno. Geo. I. Luther centennial thaler. Good. 

16 62. Jno. Geo. II. King holding sword. Loop removed. Fine. 
Jno. Geo. IV. Memorial thaler. Pyramid either side SOLA GLOR- 
IO SA etc. Part ins. weak. Fine. Rare. 

1792. Fredk. August. Crown. Bust. Arms. Unc. 

1781-1831. Fredk Aug and Anton, 4 diff. types. Thalers. F. 4 pcs. 
1850. Fredk. August. Double thaler. Fine. 

1850. Fredk. August. Double thaler. Fine. 

1855. Johan V. Double thaler. Bust. Arms. Fine. 

1764. Saxe-Gotha. Fredk HI. Arms. F. Rare. 

1603. Teutonic Order. Maximilian to r, in coat of mail. Rx. Em- 
peror stdg. Fine. 

1604. Turkey. Old broad dollar before Abdul Hamid II. Very 
good; rare type. 



70 

1137 

1138 

1139 

1140 

1141 

1142 

1143 

1144 

1145 

1146 

1147 

1148 

1149 

1150 

1151 

1152 

1153 

1154 

1155 

1156 

1157 

1158 

1159 

1160 

1161 

1162 

1163 

1164 

1165 

1166 



FOREIGN SILVER 



Modern dollar, 1293. V. Good. 

Tyrol. Ferd. II. Bust r, holding sceptre. Arms. Undated thaler F. 
1615. Maximilian. Bust r, dividing date in field. Ex. Fine, choice. 
1613. Another, date beneath bust. BVRG. STIR. CARINTH etc. 
in legends. Fine. 

1618. Diff. bust from any, date divided in field. F. 

1621. Leopold. Stooped bust r. Fine. 

1668. Leopold, the Hogmouth Bust r. Arms. Fine. 

16 99. Similar ruler, diff. Bust, VF. 

1695. Another, broader type, looks like a cast. Silver. Fine. 

1706. Joseph. Bust in long curls. V. Fine. 

1707. Another. V. Fine. 

17 08. Another, larger spread. Fine. 

1711. Another, small flan. Almost Unc., sharp. 

1895. Uruguay. Arms. Peso. Fine. 

1895. Another. Fine. 

1789. Venice. Republic. Ludovic Manin Doge. Head Liberty, VF. 
1824. Venice-Lombardy. Francis I. Bust. F. 

1841. Venice-Lombardy. Ferd. I. Bust. V.F. 

167 6. West Frisia. Knight. Arms. Fine. 

1824. Wurfcemburg. Wilhelm. Bust. Zwei Gulden. Abt. F. 

182 5. Wilhelm. Heavy Kronen thaler. Fine. 

1870-71. Karl Koenig. Victory thaler. Fine. 

1687. Zeeland. Broad crown of 10 SC. Knight. Overstruck. Fine. 

Rx. 7 small shields. Small nick in field. 

1683. Zeeland. Small crown of 30 Stivers. Very handsome work- 
manship, 7 shields on reverse. Almost proof. 

1659. Zwolle. Rx. MONETA. ARG. CIVIT. ZWOL. VGood. 
Scarce. 

1813. Zurich. 40 Batz. Fine. Rare. 

SILVER UNDER DOLLAR SIZE. 

Coins of England, Ireland and Scotland 

England. (A.D. 1016-35). Cnut. Penny. Head left. CNVT 

RECX. Rx. Short cross and four large pellets. ELFRERD ON 
LVND. V.Fine. Rare. 

(1216-72). Henry III penny; Edw. I. London pennies, G. to fine. 
3 pcs. 

Henry VIII. Side face groat. Fine. 

Edward VI. Shilling. Tun. (Tower Mint) Abt. Fine. 



FOREIGN SILVER 



71 



1167 

1168 

1169 

1170 

1171 

1172 

1173 

1174 

1175 

1176 

1177 

1178 

1179 

1180 

1181 

1182 

1183 

1184 
1184a 

1185 

1186 

1187 

1188 

1189 

1190 

1191 

1192 

1193 



Another, Good. 

(1558-1602). Elizabeth. Hammered shilling 6 pence, 3 pence, 2 
pence. G. to F. 4 pcs. 

Six pence, 3 pences (2). Good. 3 pcs. 

Commonwealth. 1 and 2 Pence (2). Good. 3 pcs. 

1652. Shilling. Edges broken as often the case, fine otherwise. 
1658. Half crown. Rare date. Shields. Good to VG. Rare. 
James I. Half crown, shilling and 6 p. Good. 3 pcs. 

Shilling and six pence. Fair and G. 2 pcs. 

Charles I. Half crown. King mounted 1. Crowned rose on housings 
and ground under horse. CHRISTO AUSPICE REGNO. VG. Rare. 
Chas. I. Shillings (3) and half crown. No ground under horse. 
Good. 4 pcs. 

Chas. I. Penny. Rose. Rx. Rose. Fine. Rare. 

1658. Oliver Cromwell, Protector. Half crown. About fine. V. 
Rare. 

Charles II. 1671. Half crown; another, 1670. VG. & G. 2 pcs. 
1663. Half Crown; shillings dated 1668-85. (7) V. Fair to G. 7 

pcs. 

William & Mary. 16 93. Half crown. W.M. monogram in angles. 
Fine. 

Another, VG, also shill & 6 P. Avg. G. 3 pcs. 

1689. Half crown. Plain shield crowned. VG. 

William III. Shillings (2), 6 p. (3) Fair to VG. 5 pcs. 

James II. Half Crown, plumes; 1713, another, no plumes. VG. 
2 pcs. 

ANNE. 1708. Half Crown, plumes, 1713, Another, no plumes. VG. 
2 pcs. 

1708-11. Shillings. Six pences, plumes and no plumes. (4). G. 
& VG. 6 pcs. 

1703. Half crown. VIGO under bust, no plumes. Abt. F. 

1707. Half Crown. E. Under bust, no plumes. Fine. 

1723. George I. Shilling. .George n, 1731. 6 p, 1739. Shill, 

young head, G. 3 pcs. 

George H. 1745. Half crown 1758. Shill. VG & Ex. F. 2 pcs. 
Shillings, plumes and no plumes (3); 6 P, no plumes (2). G. & VG. 
5 pcs. 

George HI. 1787. Northumberland shilling, 6 p; (2). Bull head 
shill, 1817; 6 P F. to Ex. F. 5 pcs. 

1819. Bull-head half crown 1816. 1 shill and 6 d token; 1811, 

similar denomination, diff. type. Ex. F. to Unc. 3 pcs. 



72 



FOREIGN SILVER 



1194 1814. 3 Shill Bk. Token, VG; 1819. Bull head half Cr. Last VF. 

2 pcs. 

1195 1813. 3 Shill Bk token; Geo. IV. Half Cr. last VF. 2 pcs. 

1196 1821. Geo. IV. Half Cr; 1834. Wm. IV. Half Cr. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

1197 George IV. Lion shilling (5), garter (1); lion 6 p (2), garter, (1). 

Average good. 9 pcs. 

1198 William IV . shilling and 6 P; Geo. Ill 1 shill 6 P. 1814. G. to 

F. 3 pcs. 

1199 Maunday money from Charles II to Wm. IV. Some fine and scarce. 

1, 2, 3 and 4 d. 40 pcs. 

1200 Maunday Money of Victoria. 1 to 4 D, quite an assortment. Many 

fine. 24 pcs. 

1201 Victoria. 1887. Jubilee half crown and florin. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

1202 Half crowns of 1888-89-91. Ex. F. 3 pcs. 

1202a Florins, godless (1), regular (2), Coron medal. VG to F. 4 pcs. 

1203 Various shillings 1864-87. G. to Unc. 6 pcs. 

1204 Six pences (6). 3 P. (1). Mostly Ex. F. 8 pcs. 

1205 Edw. VII. Half Cr. 1906; florin 1904, Shill 1902 (2); 6 P 1903 (1); 

Geo. V. Shill, 1914, 6 P 1911. VF. 7 pcs. 

SCOTCH & IRISH COINS 

1206 (1249-85). Alexander III. Pennies. VG. 2 pcs. 

1207 (1329). David II. Groat. Bust 1. Cross. Edinburg. VG; (1371- 

90). Robert II. Groat. Last Fine. 2 pcs. 

1208 James VI. 2 shill. Thistle crowned Abt. F. same 1 shilling, fine. 

2 pcs. 

1209 Charles I. Bust 1. XX pence. Fine. Rare; 1697 Wm. III. 5 shill. 

Rare. Chas. IV. *4 dol. G. 3 pcs. 

1210 Irish Coins. 1558. Philip & Mary. 6 pence (billon;) James I. 

6 pence, last good. 2 pcs. 

1211 1561. Elizabeth. Irish shilling, 1561, 3 harps crowned. Rare Good. 

1212 1805. 5 and 10c Irish Bank tokens. F. 2 pcs. 

1213 806. 10 Pence Bank token; 1813, same, F. & VG. 2 pcs. 

1214 1808. Geo. III. 30 pence token. VG. 

FOREIGN SILVER UNDER DOLLAR SIZE 

1215 Ancient. (B.C. 3 36). Alex. III. drachm; lyre In left field; Corinth. 

late period stater; lyre back of head, last fine. 2 pcs. 

1215a Ant. Pius, Vespasian, M. Aurelius, etc. G. to F. 5 pcs. 



FOREIGN SILVER 



73 



1216 Spain. Helmantica. Head. Horseman r; Augustus. Head r. Two 

Caesars ;Domitian. Hope stdg; Caracalla. G. to fine. 5 pcs. 

1217 Modern Silver. Canada, Victoria; Edw. VII, 50c; 1822. Anchor Y. 

and % Dols, New Foundland 20c, 1894, 1912 10c, 1865. G. to F. 

7 pcs. 

1218 Various 25c, Victoria and Edw. VII. Good 10 pcs. 

1219 Dime size, with several English, several mutilated, others, Good. 

17 pcs. 

1220 Half dime size. Mostly Canada. Several mutilated. 25 pcs. 

1221 1812. England. 'Thos. Wilson & Co. Lancashire shilling; 1811. 

Bilston 6 pence; 1817. Geo. III. shilling. 2 fine. 3 pcs. 

1222 France. 16 52-5 3. Louis XIV. Baby head half Ecus, 2 mints, Abt. 

F. 2 pcs. 

1223 1670. Louis XIV. HalfE cus of 1670, 1712, 2 types, F. VG. 2 pcs. 

1224 1705-9. Louis XIV. 2 types Half Ecu; G. VG. 2 pcs. 

1225 1791. Louis XVI. Half. Ecu. Young head. Paris mint. Ex. F. 

1226 1792. Louis XVI. 30S. 1786. y 2 Ecu; 1919. 2 Fes and 10 — 1 

Franc coins from Chas. X to 1898. Some fine. 13 pcs. 

1227 Various French small silver, 1/10 Ecu to *4 Fc. Louis XIV to 1899. 

A few mutilated. 3 pierced. 24 pcs. 

1228 Various Mediaeval French and Italian, to about 1100 A. D. 2 base, 

VG to F. 6 pcs. 

1229 Holland, Low Countries, Etc. Flanders, John, Broad Gros. Cross 

Shields. Fine; 1567 Philip II. % crown. Bust. F. 2 pcs. 

1230 1686. OverYssel. 28 Stivers 16 30. Half Cr; Utrecht, Old 30 St. 

G. & VG. Scarce. 3 pcs. 

1231 1778. Utrecht. Rider half crown. Ex. F. Handsome. 

1232 1718-22-1793. Utrecht. Guilders. VG to Unc. 3 pcs. 

1233 1840. Netherland Indies. Wilhelm. 1 G. Ex. F. 

1234 Holland, Flanders, Various old 6, 10 Stivers, 1 G. G. to F. 7 pcs. 

1235 Various small Dutch, Utrecht, Overyssel, etc. Some F. 7 pcs. 

1236 Philip IV. Half crown for Flanders; 1788. % Cr. 1782. Hungary. 

Half cr. G. to F. 3 pcs. 

1237 1879. Florin; Poland, 3 Gros Stephen; Lithuania, 1509 Gros, Salz- 

burg, Brabant, etc. Some old & scarce. 14 pcs. 

1238 Salzburg. Klippe 1/9 crown. 16 66. Saint seated Guidobald. V.F. 

1239 Another, dated 1672. Max Gandolphus. VF. 

1240 A third klippe, dated 1673. Almost Unc. 

1241 A fourth, 1/6 Thaler, klippe Max Gand. 1669. Fine. 

1242 1720. Hieronymus 20 Kr. pieces. 2 var. Bust. Unc. 2 pcs. 
1242a 1628. Ark. Half crown. Fine. 



74 



FOREIGN SILVER 



1243 1685. XV Kr; also 1694 (looped); 1774 20 Kr. G. 3 pcs. 

1244 1625. Breda. Siege klippe 20 Stuyvers. Arms. V.F. Besieged by 

Spaniards Mailliet Pi XVII. 

1245 1672. Groningen. Besieged by the Bishops of Cologne and Munster. 

12% Stuyvers. Arms. IVRE ET TEMPORE. Mailliet XLIV. 
About Unc. Klippe form, uniface. 

1246 1672. Another, 6% Stuyvers. Only fair. Rare. 

1247 1709. Toumay. Besieged by the Allies. Laureated bust I above, 

20 below M. de Surville Mailliet CXII. 16. Klippe form. Fine. 

Uniface. 

12481904. Serbia. 50 Para, 1 Denar, 2 D.; Unc., also 1897. Alexander 1 
Denar. F. 4 pcs. 

1249 1665. Poland. 30 Gros; & smaller 3 Gros., mostly old, G. to VF. 

9 pcs. 

1250 1753. Augustus III. Bust r 8 Gr. Unc. Rare. 

1251 Roumania Carol 1 L, 1881, Belgium, etc. etc. small coins, some 

holed, up to 1 Fc size. 16 pcs. 

125 2 Scotland. Small medalet. Busts of Mary and Henry facing. CH. 

MAG. ET. HEN MA. BRIT. REX. REG. R. Cupid with flowers 

FUNDIT AMOR LILIA MIXTA ROSIS — 1625. V. Fine; rare orig- 
inal. 

1253 Hungary. % crown. Ferdinand II. Good. 

1254 Germany. Prussia. Thalers of 1861-66, all diff. F. 3 pcs. 

1255 1689-1690. Brandenburg. Fredk. III. 2.3 Thalers, 2 dies. Ex. F. 

2 pcs. 

1256 1696. Munster. % crown; 1801. Brandenburg. Same, last fine. 

2 pcs. 

12 57 Maximilian. % Crown. Knight stdg. F; Fredk. Great % Thaler, 
1768; Wm. II 2 M, 1874, 1 M. G. to F. 4 pcs. 

1258 1713. Landau, Siege Klippe 1 FI. 4 Kr. Pierced near edge and 

gilded, otherwise fine. 

1259 1670. Mansfeld. % Thai; 17 6 3. Reuss 1/6 Th. Hamburg, Bremen; 

Westphalia, etc., % Thaler to 24 Grot; Prussia, etc. Fr. Wm. 
V 3 Thaler 1671. Some fine. 7 pcs. 

12 60 Jever. 1798. Halber Reichsthaler. F. Rare. 

1261 1771. Hesse Cassel 1/6 Thai; 1624. Bavaria 1/6 Thai; 1630. Nuren- 

burg Hobbyhorse ducat in silver. VFine (loop removed from last). 
Scarce. 3 pcs. 

1262 1845. Bremen. 36 Grot. 1522. Augsburg Carl. V. 3 Grot. 1845. 

Nassau, % G 184 4, Bavaria 1 G. VG to F. 4 pcs. 



FOREIGN SILVER 



75 



1263 1870. Saxony. Segen Des Bergbaues thaler; 1837. Hessen Thaler. 

F. 2 pcs. 

1264 1583. Jno. & Fredk. Halt thaler. Busts. Loop removed. G; 1672. 

Jno. Geo. II y 3 Thaler; 176 5. Fredk. Aug. % thaler (last looped). 

G. 3 pcs. 

1265 1696. Fredk. Aug. Broad % thaler, VF. 

1266 1752. Lubeck. 32 Schilling piece. Fine. 

1267 1865. Hanover. Waterloo semi-centennial thaler. Abt. F; 1830. 

Baden. EIN THALER ZU 100 KR.; 1862. Frankfurt. Commem. 
Thaler. Female stdg holding shield Shooting Fest. VF. 3 pcs. 

1268 1693. Cologne. % thaler. Bust Joseph Clement. VG. Rare. 

1269 1751. Stollberg. Deer to left Christian Ludwig % thaler. Ex. F. 

Abt. Unc. 

1270 1723. Christo Fredk. y 3 Thai. V.F. 6 

1271 1796. Hamburg. % Crown; 1775. Ratisbon . Bust Joseph. Rx. 

City view. VF. 2 pcs. 

1272 Brunswick. 1672 XII M. Gros; 1622 Wild man 1/6 thal; 1699, 

St. Andrew % Thaler, also II and VI M. Gros. same period. Some 
fine. 6 pcs. 

1273 1672. Jno. Fredk. Bust 1. Rx. Sea-view, tree, ships, EX DURIS 

GLORIA, % thaler F. 

1274 1694. Rud. Aug. % Thai; Carolus. Bust r. Rx. Free horse % 

thal. VG. 2 pcs. 

1275 Carolus. Bust. Rx. Horse. % thal; F; 1702. Wildman % thal. 

George Ludwig. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

1276 1688. Wildman % thaler; Ernest Aug. Abt. Unc. 

1277 1723. Wild horse to 1. Geo. I. 1/16 thal; 1758. % thaler, Geo. 

II. Wildman standing. Ex. Fine. 2 pcs. 

1278 1814. George III. Head to r as on shilling of Northumberland type. 

Rx. Large value. % thaler Unc. Rare gem. 

1279 Rare medallic pieces. Obv. Battlefield showing only dead horses 

and men; a tree at left; a star overhead. 1st MARS MIR BLUT- 
ROTH AVFGEGANGEN. In ex. KRIEGENSCHLIESIEN — 1741. 
Rx. Monument; female at side. NACH UNSRER FRIEDENS SONNE 
PRANGEN — In ex. 1740. y 3 Thaler size. V.F. 

1280 1683. Vienna. Besieged by Turks. 1/6 Crown size. View of siege. 

Rx. WIENN — BELAGERTE— DER TURK 1683 — DEN 14/4 IVL 
WARD — ENT SEZT D 12/2 MIT VERLUST — ALL SEINER — 
STUCK. V.Fine. 

1281 1656. Tyrol. Bust Ferd. Ill to r. Arms. Half crown. About mint 

state. Gem coin, scarcer than the thaler. 



76 



FOREIGN SILVER 



1282 Oiiental Islands, Africa, etc. Japan. Double bu, bu, bullet shape, 

small oblong base gold, up to half yen. Some fine. 8 pcs. 

1283 Siam. .Bullet. Tical and 14 T. F. 2 pcs. 

1284 Corea. New type half dol. coin. Dragon. HALF WON. Ex. F. 

First in these sales. 

1285 1783. Java. Rupee. All native ins. except date. Small dent. Fine. 
Rare. 

1286 Siam. Mohu Mongkut. Tical; Chulalonkorn, Do smaller piece. G. 
3 pcs. 

1287 Thibet. Bust of Llama or Emperor to left. Inc. Rupee. Fine. Rare. 

1288 Burmah. Peacock rupee. Abyssinia. . Menelik !4 Dol.; 1888. Mom- 

basa. Rupee. F. to Unc. 3 pcs. 

1289 1892. So. Afr. Rep. 2 shillings. Proof. 

1290 Others, 1896, 3d; 1897, 6 p, and shill; 1896, 2 shill, 1894, 2 V 9 

Shill. Fine. 5 pcs. 

1291 1896, 1897. 2 y 2 shill; 1896, 6 p; Abyssinia, 1.4 dol. F. to Ex. f. 

4 pcs. 

1292 1896. Liberia. Liberty head. Dime and quarter. Ex. F. Rare. 

2 pcs. 

1293 1890. Ger. E. Africa. Rupie, y 2 and % R. Last 2 Unc. 3 pcs. 

1294 1796. Sierra Leone. Prowling lion. Dime. F. 

1295 1802. Batavia. % and Va G. 1901. Cyprus, 9 Piastres. VF. 3 pcs. 

129 6 H. Kong. 1866, 1904. H. Dols. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

1297 Early Mohammedan, Morocco, Turkey, etc. Franc to about Hoi. Size. 
G. to F. 9 pcs. 

129 8 Mauritius. 50 Sous (base) Persia. 2 old and thick pieces, half R. 

size; Greece, 2 1 Fc pieces. G. to F. 6 pcs. 

1299 India. Rupees hnd fractions with native ins. only 1 square. 7 pcs. 

1300 Baroda. Set y 8 , ^4 , Vz and 1 Rupee. Bust of the Rajah Ex. F. 4 pcs. 
13 01 Ceylon. Mill sail pattern; etc. Travancore, 2 var. small; India, 

Victoria y 2 and Va R. (3). Avg. G. 9 pcs. 

1302 India in General. Rupees. Heads of Wm. IV and Victoria. 3 var. 
types. Fine lot. 4 pcs. 

130 3 Various small silver, mostly Oriental, Dutch Indies, Australia, China, 

Turkey, H. Kong, Straits, Japan, etc. Some fine, to 1 Fc. size. 
20 pcs. 

1304 Nurcmburg. Klippe Peace ducat in silve r ( gilt ) 1650. Shield. Globe, 

wreath, loop removed. Fine & other German pieces of around 
Franc size in fine state. 7 pcs. 

1305 Various German small silver, up to 12 Schilling size. Some old, a 

few base, average good . 29 pcs. 



FOREIGN SILVER 



77 



1306 Italy. 16 l J0. Alexander VIII. Bust r. Rx. Ox team to r RE FRU- 

MENTARIA RESTITUTA. Very fine. Half scudo. Rare. 

1307 17S4. Clement XII % Scudo; 1867. Pius IX 2% S; & smaller 
coins, to 5 bai. Fine. 9 pcs. 

1308 1697. Genoa. Same type as crown. Madonna. Rx. Cross. Half 

Scudo. V. Fine. Scarce. 

1309 1803. Pisa. Carol & Aloysia. Half crown. Busts. F. 

1310 Cosmus II. Matapane; 1830. Fiorino 1808. Lucca lira; 1856. 

Fiorino and others, small size G. to VF. 7 pcs. 

1311 Francis II. Half crown (worn); another, Lomb. Ven — 1824. VG. 

2 pcs. 

1312 Venice. Doge Francis Contarini. Half crown. F. 

1313 1787. Paul Ranier. Rx. Lion; 1793. L. Manin. Female by ship; 

179 6. L. Manin. Man kneeling with money bags before standing 
person. MATRI AMANTI AMANTES FILII, last almost i>roof. 
Osellas. Scarce. 3 pcs. 

1314 Sicily. Ferdinand (1474) Bust to r. Rx. Cross form. % crown; 

1741. Neptune by sea. Carl. 60 Gr; 1735. Carol. Half cr. G. to 
fine. Scarce. 3 pcs. 

1315 Small Italian silver, half dime and dime size. Some old & scarce. 

20 pcs. 

1316 Bentheim Teck. Adolph. Arms, Peacock design over helmet. XXIV 

M. Gros. MONETA NOVA ARGENTEA 167 6. % thaler. Fine. 

Rare. 

1317 Malta. 1757. Em. Pinto. Half Cr; 1774 Fr. Ximinex, same; 1779. 

Em. De Rohan. Same, G. to F. Scarce. 3 pcs. 

1318 1723. De Vilhena 2 T; 1777, Rohan, 1 T; F. 2 pcs. 

1319 Russia. 1756. Elizabeth *4 R; 1859. Alex. II; 1895-6. Nich. II. 

Half Rubles. G. to F. 4 pcs. 

1320 Small Russian silver from 1756, up to y 2 R. size. Some very good. 

14 pcs. 

1321 Sweden. (1569-92). Jno. III. 1 Or. (base silver) King stdg. 

Pierced at top, fine otherwise; rare; 1716 2 Or; 1718 “Fyra Ore” 
1744, 5 Or (last Unc.) 4 pcs. 

1322 1670. Charles XI. 4 Ore. C, crowned. Rx. 3 crowns. Fine. Rare. 

Not priced in Scott. 

1323 1779. Gustaf III. 1/12 Rdaler.. Fine. 

1324 1875. Oscar II. 1 Kr; 1906 2 Kr. last. Unc. 2 pcs. 

1325 1872-97. Oscar II. 2 Kr. 25th Anniv. Unc. 

1326 Various small silver 1 Olo 25 Of. F. 6 pcs. 



78 



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1327 Denmark. 1621 8 Sk! 1656, 2 Marks (looped and gilded) and 4 

small silver, Norway and Denmark. 6 pcs. 

1328 1648. Fre"3k. III. Klippe style y± Crown or Mark. Bust r. Name. 

Rx. REX. NORVEGIE VANDALORVM etc. Fine. Rare. 

1329 1813. Fredk. VI. En Rigsbank Daler; 1826 y 2 Sp; 1855, 1 Rigs- 

daler. G. to F. 3 pcs.; also, 1835. Norway. Small bust Berna- 
dotte. y 2 Sps — 60 — Ski. F. 4 pcs. 

1330 South and Central America. Brazil 200 to 1,000 Reis from 1853 to 

1909. Fine to VF. 11 pcs. 

1331 Colombia. Half pesos (3), % P (1), 5c size (2). VG. to F. 6 pcs. 

1332 Bolivia. Half peso (1), 20c, 10c size, G. to F. 3 pcs. 

1333 1832. Rio De La Plata. Half peso; 1 884. Honduras. Half Peso. 

1848. Neuva Granada 2 R; 1846. Popayan y 2 Real. F. to Unc. 
4 pcs. 

1334 1897. Brit. Honduras. 50c, 25c 1877. Uruguay. 50c. F. 3 pcs. 

1335 1875. Costa Rica. 50c; 2 R Cstp, head on old Spanish 2 R. of 

1808, a third, small half real. Cstpd. Lion G. to F. 3 pcs. 

133 6 Centr. Am. Rep. .Head, Tree. Reals 1847-9 1848. Ecuador. 2 
Reals, head; 1883. Argentina. 25c Guatemala. Raf. Carrera 2 R. 
1862-8; Chile, 2 R (2), 10c; H. Kong, Dominica, Uruguay, Panama, 
Porto Rico, mostly dime size. G .to F. 14 pcs. 

1337 1814. Santiago. Ferd. VII. 2 Reals. Abt Unc. Peru 20c, 2 types 

(4); 1838. Volcano, Fort half peso, Ecuador, etc. 5c and larger 
Some F. 10 pcs. 

1338 Switzerland. 1768. Zurich. View half thaler. Fine. 

1339 1750. Another, fine. 

1340 1798. XXII AUFL FEINE — MARK. Rep. V.F. 

1341 1795. Geneva 6 florins, G. 1780. Appenzel. Half crown, V. Fair; 

1811, Berne, 1 Frank; VG. 3 pcs. 

1342 1680. Beme Crown; 1710. Geneva. Half florin; 1827. Frey- 

burg 5 B 16 69. Berne, 10 Sol. 2 Fine. 4 pcs. 

1343 1740. Basel. View l A crown. Mint state. Rare. 

1344 Various Swiss Silver and base coins, from 1602. Some fine & scarce. 

29 pcs. 

1345 Mexico. (1536). Chas. & Joanna. Pillars. Arms. 2 Reals. 2 Dots 

signifying value. Fine. 

1346 1760. Pillar Half Peso — ’68, 2 R; later half dols (5). Same very 

good. 7 pcs. 

1347 Various 2 Reals (6); Peru 500 R. 1866. Maximilian Half Peso. 

10c (6), 5c (3). Good. 17 pcs. 



FOREIGN SILVER 



79 



1348 Proclamation 1790. Chas. IV. Real. Double arms. Campeche. 

Fine. Rare. 

1349 1796. Chas. IV and Queen. Busts to r, jugata. Names, titles by 

Gil. Rx. Figure mounted on monument. Testoon, or 4 Reals. Fon- 
robert 6437. Silver. Ex. F. V. Rare. 

1350 1808. Bust. Ferd. VII r. Shield, crowned. INTER SUSPIRIA 

FIDES. Real. Fine. 

1351 1821. Lima. Radiate sun head. San Martin 4 R. Proc. Unc., 

proof surface. 

1352 1843. Mexico. Lib. std. Jura De La Constitucion, etc. 4 R; 1811. 

Zacatecas. 2 R Provisional. Volcano; 1865. Pueblo. Beehive. 
Real. GRATITUD DTL PUEBLO. VG. to F. 3 pcs. 

1353 British Guiana, 1816. George III. Bull head type 2 Guilders, Rx. 

Large 2 Fine. Very rare in this state. 

1354 1816. Same type. Guilder; 1832. Wm. IV. 1 G G. 2 pcs. 

1355 1809. % G., 14 G. Wm. IV. %, 1832 G. & F. 3 pcs. 

1356 1809. 14 G; Wm. IV. % G 1836. G. & F. 2 pcs. 

1357 1832. i/o G; 1835, 14 G; Vs G; Victoria % G 1891. Fine. 5 pcs. 

1358 Mauritius. 25 Sous RECU — AU — TRESOR. Ex. F. Much rarer 

than 50 Sous. First we have had. Period about 1800. 

1359 1883. Hawaii. Kalakua I. 14, 14 and 1/10 Dol. Ex. F. 3 pcs. 

1360 Dominica. Triangular Cstpd. 3 bit. Fine; Windward Is. 1731 12 

Sous; Hawaii 10, 25c; 1822. Curaeoa. l Stuiver, 1910. Australia, 
6 p; H. Kong anchor % dols, etc. Some fine. 13 pcs. 

1361 1767. D. W. Indies. 12 Sk; 1905 40 Cts. 3 females stdg; 1897. 

So. Afr. Rep. 3 d- F. to Unc. 4 pcs. 

1362 1903. in ?o r n •. pf s . 3 pcs. 

1363 1904. Panama. Half Balboa, 14 (2), 214 c (pill). VF. lot. 5 pcs. 

1364 Hayti. An 26-27. Boyer, 50c (2); An 14, Petion 25 C; Boyer An 25 

Petion 12 C. Good & VG. 5 pcs. 

1365 Portugal. (1557-78). Sebastian. 14 crown. Arms, crowned. SE- 

BASTIANUS REX. PORTUG. ET AL. Cross IN HOC etc. V. Fine. 
Rare. 

1366 Azores. Crown, GP. Cstp o n200 Reis. VG. 1898. 4th Cent. Dis- 

covery of Indies, last Unc. 2 pcs. 

1367 Portugal. 1780-1768-1815. 400 R (2), 640 R. VG. to F. 3 pcs. 

1368 1886. Louis I 500 R; 1899, Carlos, same, last. Unc & 3 smaller. 

VG to Unc. 5 pcs. 

1369 Spain. 4 Reals for Lima, Potosi mints, 1 cob, VG. 3 pcs. 

1370 1870-82-96 . 2 Peseta size. 1 for Porto Rico; and various 2 reals 
(17). Some VG. 20 pcs. 



80 

1371 

1372 

1373 

1374 

1375 

1376 

1377 

1378 

1379 

1380 

1381 

1382 

1383 

1384 

1385 

1386 

1387 

1388 

1389 

1390 

1391 

1392 

1393 

1394 

1395 

1396 

1897 

1398 



FOREIGN SILVER 



Smaller Spanish silver, including several European, Aragon, etc. 

Avg. G. up to 2 Real size, several damaged. 33 pcs. 

Badly worn Rigsdaler of Denmark. 

UNITED STATES GOLD COINS 

Three Dollars. 1854. Scratches on both obv. & rev. Very good. 

1855. Fine. 

1874. Fine. 

DOLLARS. 1856, 1873. Holed, Good & Fine. 2 pcs. 

1851, 1853, fair. O Loop removed. Good. 2 pcs. 

1856. Fine. 

1862. Solder spot on rev. Good. 

1874. Fine. 

1853. Calif. Oct. Dollar. Plugged, token % Dwt and *4 Dwt. 
3 pcs. 

1871. Half dollar. Round (holed) and three 25 and 50c size 
charms. Fine. 5 pcs. 

U. S. SILVER 



Dollars 



1799. 


Good. 




1800. 


Perfect. Good. 




1846, 


1847. Lib. std. Dollars F. 2 


pcs. 


1849. 


Good. 




1873. 


Unc. 




1876, 


1877. Unc. 2 pcs. 




1880. 


Proof. Scarce. 




1883. 


Proof. 




1883. 


Proof. 




1896. 


Large Gorham Bryan dollar. 


Rx. Blank. V. Fine. 


1900. 


Washington-Lafayette. Busts 


jugata. Rx. Statue in Paris. 


Ex. 


Fine. 





Half Dollars. 



1795. Curl at left cuts star-point, last star near bust. Rx. 3 sprigs 
of two leaves under each wing. Good. 

1806, pointed; 1807, fillet and bust, 1809. Last fine. 4 pcs. 

1810 to ’14 incl. ’17 to ’19, Inch G. to fine. 8 pcs. 

1820 to 1829, diff dates, G. to Ex. F. 9 pcs. 

1830-1839. Two Columbus, Fine lot. 12 pcs. 



Quarter Dollars 



81 



1399 1S0G to 1828. Good lot. 10 pcs. 

1400 1815, scratch i'ri left field 1833-34-35, 1838-54 and Isabella, 1893 &. 

2 20c pcs. Some very good. 10 pcs. 

Dimes, etc. 

1401 1805 & later to 1856, with many intervening dates. G. to fine. 

22 pcs. 

1402Half Dimes 1795 (holed) 1800 & later Half dimes. Avg. G. 17 pcs. 

1403 1795. Half dime. Very good. 

1404 Three Cts. Silver. Various. Good. 15 pcs. 

14 0 5 3 Ct. Nickel (3) 5c Nickel (8) and worn U. S. small silver coins, 

some holed (16). 27 pcs. 

AMERICAN COLONIAL AND CONTINENTAL COINS 

1406 1652. Mass. Pine Tree shilling. Small RG stamped on rev. Very 

fair. 

1407 1722. Rosa Am. y 2 and 1 D, 1722. Col. Franc H. Mint; 1766, Pitt 

Token V. Fair lot. 4 pcs. 

1408 1783. Washn. Unity States; Double bust cent, 1783. Nova Con- 

stellatio, Pointed rays, Blocked letters US. 17’88. Mass cent; 1773 
Half Pa. Va; 1786. NJ Cent. Good and VG. 6 pcs. 

140 9 Ky. Half P. Plain edge, good Vt. 3 var, 1 holed, Conn, 2 var. 
Good. 6 pcs. 

1410 Various Continental coins. Fair lot 1 holed. 11 pcs. 

U. S. CENTS, ETC. 

1411 Large U. S. Cents from 1812. 23 pcs; 2c Bronze (14) Small cents 

(15). Avg. Good. 52 pcs. 

1412 U. S. Cents, 1794. Hays 56. Good. Scarce. 

1413 Others, 1794, 1796. Lib cap, 1797 1800-1-2-321. Avg. Good, ll pcs. 

1414 Half Cents from 1800 (13), Jackson Tokens (4), War tokens (4). 

Some Good & VG. 21 pcs. 

1415 U. S. Large Cents (9); 2c (3), 5c (2) 3c Nickel (7); Small U- S. 

Cents (16) Fair to good. 35 pcs. 

1416 Civil War Tokens, with a few Hard Times tokens. • Mostly V. Fine. 



135 pcs. 



82 



FOREIGN COPPER COINS 

1417 Germany,.. Elberfeld, Goslar, etc., with a few base. Some scarce 

& fine. 42 pcs. 

1418 Ancient. Poor & fair only. 23 pcs. 

1419 Germany, Bulgaria, Serbia, Roumania, Luxemburg, various. Good 

lot, some base. 57 pcs. 

1420 Africa, Ger. E. Africa, So. Afr. Rep. Sierra Leone, Congo, Ceylon, 

(various issues,) some old, Gibraltar, Cyprus, a rare lot, some 
Unc., red. 23 pcs. 

1421 Tunis, Uganda, Soengy Diside Estate ($1), So. Afr. Rep, Sarawak, 

New Guinea, Muscat & Oman, Hawaii, etc. Rare lot, some V. Fine. 
36 pcs. 

1422 Brazil, Argentina, Peru & S. Am. Some fine & large. 37 pcs. 

1423 Dutch Indies, Greece, Ionian Is, Anticosti, 1 silver G. to Unc. 16 pcs. 
14 24 Mexico, Centr. America, Indo Chine, 2 copies. 3 2 pcs. 

1425 W. Indies, Holland, Belgium, a few German, S. America, Swiss, Bel- 
gian etc. good lot. 89 pcs. 

142'6 Various European nothing very scarce. Some fine. 157 pcs. 
good. Nothing rare. 195 pcs. 

14 27 Another lot of Mixed European, S. & Centr. Am. Coins, Some very 

1428 Spain, Catalonia, Portugal, Port Africa, etc. Some large & scarce. 

50 pcs. 

1429 England. A variety, model pieces, Jersey, etc. Good lot, duplicates, 

from George II. 107 pcs. 

1430 1602. Ireland. Elizabeth Half Penny. Good. Rare. 

1431 1723. Woods % and UD. Good. 2 pcs. 

1432 Gun money 6p 12 d and half crown; Chas. I. *4 d; Wm. & Mary, 

Wm. Ill, Chas. II. Half P. Fair to G. 9 pcs. 

1433 England. Wm. & Mary Half P. 1694; Chas. II and Wm. III. *4 D, 

Also H d. of Geo. I and II G. to VG. 8 pcs. 

1434 1806. Geo. III. Half P Unc. red; Wm. IV, Edw. VII, Victoria % 

Farth. Unc. 4 pcs. 

1435 1797. Cart-wheel 1 and 2 pence good, 1786 Isle of Man Penny. 

3 pcs. 

1436 1758. Isle of Man Duke of Athol half P. 1798. Cartwheel Style, 

M and l P. 1792. England, Lady Godiva Half P. Last Unc., red. 

4 pcs. 

1437 1821. England. Geo. IV, J /4d; Edw. VII V& farthing; 1690 Jas. II. 

Gun money shill; Chas. II. Half P. 2. Unc. 4 pcs. 

1438 Various Conder Half P. Some Fine. 30 pcs. 



FOREIGN SILVER 



83 



1439 

1440 

1441 

1442 



1443 



1444 

1445 

1446 

1447 

1448 

1449 

1450 

1451 



1452 

1453 

1454 

1455 



1456 



1457 



1458 

1459 



Canadian, Various, average good, some fine mixed duplicates. 91 pcs. 
Sweden mixed lot, with early piece of Stockholm. Good to Unc. 
Several D. W. Indies. 23 pcs. 

France Assortment from Henry IV. Good Lot. 69 pcs. 

Italy. 1806. Lucca Felice and Elisa 5c; 1806 3c. Busts; (1166). 
Sicily. William II Follaro. Lion’s Head. Rx. Tree; Malta. Jno. 
Lascaris Castellar. 4 Tari. Cstpd (Fine), and 3 smaller pieces. 
Rare lot. VG to F. 8 pcs. 

Italy, in general, Sicily, including Papal. A fine and rare lot of 
coins, nearly all diff. incl. 2 silver of Lira size, some large. Un- 
usual lot. From about 1550. 87 pcs. 

Russia. Siberia, 1777, y 2 K; 1776, 1 K 1776, 2K; 1774 5K; 1774 
10 K. Fine lot, the last 2 very fine. Rare. 5 pcs. 

1775. 5 Kopeks 1780 2 Kop. Rare. Fine. 2 pcs. 

1773 — 2 Kop, 1768. 5 Kop. Fine. 2 pcs. 

Russia. Catherine II 5 Kopeks various dates VG. 4 pcs. 

1790. 5 Kopeks. Uncirculated. 

Alex. I. 5 Kop 1802-3-4, Nich. I 10 Kop 1837. Scarce. F. 4 pcs. 
Various coppers from Peter I, with an unc. red 2 Kop 1843, some 
fine. 29 pcs. 

Coins of British Islands and Possessions, Bermuda, Jamaica Guerne- 
sey, St. Helena, India, Gibraltar, Ireland, Scotland, Bahamas, Isle 
of Man, Cyprus, etc. A rare lot, some Unc., red. 44 pcs. 

1764. Surinam. Coffee plant. Doit. Unc., red. Rare. 

1836. Antigua 1 farthing. Barbadoes, Moses Tolanto Half P. Bar- 
rel, the last abt. Unc. Rare. 2 pcs. 

Ionian, India, New Zealand $ % and y 3 farthings. Some fine. 8 pcs. 
British Guiana, Liberia, Barcelona, Bulgaria, a few Italian, Flanders, 
Dutch (with Zeeland Doit 176 8 — Unc.), French Colonial, a few S. 
& Cent. Am. A few scarce. Good lot. 62 pcs. 

China, Japan, Siam. Various coins, tokens and charms. Some fine. 
22 pcs. 

Turkey, Tunis, Sumatra, India, Morocco,' Persia, Travancore, Circara, 
Baroda, Muscat, Celebes Is. Good lot, some fine and Unc., some 
scarce. 52 pcs. 

Ger. E. Africa, Japan (duplicate 1 rins), India, Sumatra, Mauritius, 
Greece, etc. Some fine. 48 pcs. 

Remainder, various foreign, with a few Am tokens and several small 
silver coins ‘and base. Good lot, duplicates, some fine. 81 pcs. 



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WALKER COLLECTION 
GROUP OF WAR AND OTHER MEDALS 

1460 1854-55. Baltic. Victoria 1. Britannia std. With ribbon. Edge 

plain. V. Fine. 

1461 Another, without ribbon or swivel. ROBT. DALY H. M. S. BOS- 

CAWEN. VG. 

1462 1842. China Campaign. Bust, Victoria. Rx. Stacked arms. With 

larger loop for ribbon. HENRY J. WALLACE 98th REGT. FOOT. 
Fine. Rare. 

1463 Crimea. Victoria 1. Rx. Soldier. Ribbon, no bar, edge erased. 

Good; another, no swivel or bar, plain edge. G. 2 pcs. 

14 64 Turkish medal for Crimean Allies. Bar and loop gone. Small en- 
ameled Coronation medal of Edw. VII. Martin Luther Medal in 
AR lae size 30. G. 3 pcs. 

1465 1878-80. Afghan W T ar. Victoria. Elephant troop. PTE E. MCBETH. 

2/8TH REGT. PEIWAR KOTAL BAR and ribbon. VF. 

1466 1879. So Africa. Elephant by bush, undated. Edge; DRIV. T. 

LANGLEY 6th BDE R. A. Ribbon. Fine. 

14 67 Victoria. Long Service and Good Conduct. Rx. Ship JNO. LEE PRL 
R. M. PLYMOUTH DIV 2 YRS. 

1468 1884-5. Egyptian Campaign. Victoria. Sphinx. Bars THE NILE 

1884-5 — EL — TEB — TAMAII. CORPL C. COYLE 10th REGT. 

HUSSARS. With ribbon, VG. 

1469 1885-7. Burma. Victoria. Victory crowning soldier. Ins. partly 

erased, with bar. Abt. Fine. 

1470 Boer War. Victoria medal. CAPE COLONY AND ORANGE F. S. 

bars. Pte Yorkshire Regt. With ribbon. Ex. F. 

1471 Victoria medal. Bars . TRANSVAAL — DRIEFONTEIN — PAARDE- 

BURG— RELIEF OF KIMBERLY. Some scarce bars. With ribbon 
CORPL WHEELER W. WHITE. A. E. C. Fine. 

1472 Edw. VII medal. Bars. SOUTH AFRICA 1902 and 1901. CorpI W. 

Dalton York Regt. VF. With ribbon. 

1473 Napoleon III. Medaille Militaire, blue ribbon to it. Fine. 

1474 Napoleon III. Mexican campaign, with ribbon. VF. 

1475 France. Liberty head 1. Indo Chine Campaign 1883-5, with ribbon. 

V.F. 

1476 Belgium. Bronze cross. Lion to left. Rx. 1849, with ring. England 

Silver medal. Bust. Anne to 1. Rx. Anne killing double headed 
dragon. Coronation 1702. Pierced. 35. F. 2 pcs. 



MEDALS 



85 



1477 Germany. Old marriage medal. Two in ancient costume standing by 

Bible. GOTTHATS GEFUGT DAS UNS GENUGT. Rx. Cupid riding 
a lion, etc. AR gilt 42. Loop removed; another medal. Bust of 
Fredk Wilhelm of Prussia. Rx. Shields. Huldigung 1840. Size 
30. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

1478 1877. Mexico. Society medal. Scene, men working at furnace, 

etc. SOCIEDAD DE SOCORROS, etc. Rx. FUNDAEN — 10 DE 
SBRE, — etc. 32; another, 1895 Lima. Arms of Lima. Rx. EL 
CONCEJO PROVINCIAL DE LIMA. AR. 30. F. 2 pcs. 

1479 Prussia. Busts Wilhelm II & Empress r. Rx. Woman holding two 

wreaths. GEDENKTHALER ZUR PALESTINAFAHRT DES DEUT- 
SCHEN KAISERPAARES. Proof 3 Mark size. Rare. 

1480 Norway. Haakon VII and Queen. Busts 1. Rx. Church TIL MINDE 

OM KRONINGEN, etc. Coronation 1906. AR. 40. Fine. 

1481 Gilt medal of Toronto Ont Semi-Centennial; Public Health Medal, 

Cincinnati, O. etc. Fine. 3 pcs. 

WALKER COLLECTION 
PAPER MONEY. ETC. 

1482 U. S. Fract. Currency. 1st Issue, Cut edges, ABNCo., 5, 10, 25c Unc. 

3 pcs. 

1483 2nd Issue. 5c, 10c, no letters o'n rev. Unc; 3d Issue 5c, 10, 25c, 

All Unc. 5 pcs. 

1484 4th Issue. 10c, 25c, plain white paper; 50c Stanton. Unc. 3 pcs. 

1485 5th Issue. 10c. L. short keys & green swal; 25c, short key. Unc. 

4 pcs. 

1486 50c Crawford Unc. 

1487 C. S. A. 1864. 50c to $500 (2 of latter B-C). Some fine. 13 pcs. 

1488 1837. Ohio. Ohio. R. R. $3. View of earliest train of cars. Torn. 

Rare. 

1489 Various B. B. Bills and old cancelled checks with revenue stamps, 

etc. and a lot of heads cut from B. B. Bills. Avg. G. 62 pcs. 

1490 Foreign paper money, various tickets, etc. 14 pcs. 

1491 Newspapers Sept. 19, 1758. London Chronicle (F. & Indian war 

period) 1787, Pa. Packet; 1795. The Oracle (England); 1797, 
London Times, 1794. True Briton and an old German map or 
street diagram. 6 pcs. 



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LARGE BOOK OF SEALS 

1492 Of European Origin. Containing hundreds of original impressions 

in red sealing wax of all manner of seals, some of them four or 
five inches in diameter. A very curious book seldom met with, 
strongly bound. 1 lot. Size of book about 20x15 inches. Large 
folio size. 

COIN CABINET 

1493 Dimensions 41 x 22 x 12 inches, with doors, lock and key, Number 

of drawers 28 with a large drawer at the bottom, material .cherry. 
Fine state. Unusually large cabinet and will hold thousands of 
coins. 

INVOICE B FROM NEW YORK 

14 9 4 Roman Silver. (B.C. 250). Anonymous. Head r. Biga r. ROMA. 
V.F. Rare state. 

1495 Antonia. Bearded head r Quadriga. VF; Acilia (B. C. 54). Fine 
heads to r. Rx. Health stdg. 2 var. VF. 3 pcs. 

149 6 Calpurnia. 3 varieties. Fine. 3 pcs. 

1497 Cornelia (B.C. 82). Cornelius Sulla Dictator. VFine. 

1498 Caporia (B.C. 49). Head r. Rx. Club. Rare . Fine. 

1499 Papiria (B.C. 139); Norbana, Scribonia. F. & VF. 3 pcs. 

1500 Valeria. (B. C. 46). B. 16. Good. VR. 

MEDALS, ETC. 

In Bronze unless otherwise stated. 

1501 Napoleonic War and Peninsular War Series, Madrid Toulouse, Ad- 

miral Smith, Sir Ralph Abercrombie, Lord Hill, Duke of Welling- 
ton, Battle of Vimiera Tagus battle, Lord Cornwallis, (large medal 
showing Tippo Sultan, etc.), Duke of Cambridge Gen Lord Beres- 
ford Earl St. Vincent, Admiral Duncan Marquis of Anglesey, Earl 
Howe, It. G. Gen. Picton, Gen. Lord Lynedoch, Lt. Gen. Sir J. Moore 
(Corunna victor) Geo. IV. Fine lot, size about 40 MM, with several 
of Wellington. Rare. 21 pcs. 

1502 War with Spain. V. D. Brenner medal of State of Mich. AE. with 

loop. 

1503 COINS. 1804. Bank of England. Dollar. Struck over a Spanish 

8 Reals OLUS IIII — HlSP etc. plainly showing on the coin. Fine. 

1504 1805. Ireland. 10 Pence 1836 Wm. IV. 4 d. Mombasa 2 Annas, 
1890. VG. & F. 3 pcs . 



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87 



1505 India. Thick Rupee and half rupee, Native Ins. F. 2 pcs. 

1506 Capetown. Obv. Ship HALF PENNY TOKEN. TO FACILITATE 

TRADE. Rx. MARSH & SONS, CAPETOWN. Pierced at top. 
Very good. V. Rare. 

PRINCE HENRY MEDAL IN BOX. 

1507 1902. Am. Nurnis. Society’s Medal to Prince Henry of Prussia. Bust 

1, by Brenner. Rx. Mercury. AR. Diameter 70 MM. Unc. Issued 
at around $12. In Morocco and plush-lined box. 

BOSTON CONSIGNMENT OF FINE FOREIGN SILVER CROWNS AND 
THALERS, INCLUDING SOME OF THE BEST WE HAVE HAD. 

1508 1559. Bohemia. Large bust of Ferdinand to r. holding sceptre 

and dividing date in field. Rx. Elaborate arms crowned Uncir- 
culated. Gem. Reichsthaler. Best we have had. 

1509 Styria. Broad double thaler. Bust of Ferdinand II to r, name 

titles. Date beneath bust in small figures. Rx. elaborate arms, 
crowned. Very thick specimen, about uncirculated. Gem. 

1510 1636. Styria. Ferd. II. Bust r. Thaler. Ex. F., abt. Unc. 

1511 Tyrol. (1610-35). Leopold and Claudia. Double marriage thaler. 

Very thick and heavy style. Busts. Ex. fine, almost uncirculated. 
One of the most remarkable looking of these old pieces. 

1512 165 7. Vienna. Thaler Bust, Ferd. Ill to r. Arms. Fine. 

1513 Tyrol. Broad and thick double thaler. Bust of the Duke Ferdinand 

in crown, with long, flowing locks and elaborately decorated uni- 
form. Rx. Austrian eagle. Almost uncirculated. W. 559 (Period 
1 625-56). 

1514 1675. Styria. Very broad double thaler of Leopold the Hogmouth, 

Bust to r, showing Hapsburg lip. Name, titles. Rx. Elaborate 
arms, crowned. A wonderful coin in wonderful condition. Best 
we have seen. First we have had this size. Diameter of flan. 
60 MM. 

1515 Tyrol. Leopold, Hogmouth. Thick double thaler. Bust to r. Name. 

Rx. Arms. A very showy and remarkable coin of fine silver. Ex. 
Fine. S. 362. W. 585. 

1516 (1706) -30). Chas. VI. Thick double thaler. Bust r. Arms. Al- 

most uncirculated. Scarce this" size. Schultheiss 427. W. 640. 

1517 Bohemia. Matthias II. Bust ruffed to r. Name. Bohemian lion. 

Rx. Arms. Ex. fine. Almost Unc. Scarce. 



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FOREIGN SILVER 



1518 1612. Hungary, Matthias II. Bust to r, remarkable style. Arms, 

crowned . Kremnitz Mint. Schultheiss-Rechburg 2440. Uncircu- 
lated. Rare. 

1519 1652 Ferdinand III. Extra broad thaler. Bust to r. Rx. Arms, 

Uncirculated. Choice. 

1520 Kremnitz, 1742. Bust of Maria Theresa to 1. Madonna and child. 

About mint state. 

1521 Kremnitz. Madonna and child. Arms of Sigismundus to r, holding 

sceptre. Rx. Arms. Jos. II, etc. Almost Unc. Rare and choice. 

1522 1598. Moldau-Wallachia. Bust of Sigismundis to r, holding sceptre. 

Rx. MOLDAVI WALA, etc. Almost Unc. Rare and choice. 

1523 1763. Poland. Fredlc. August. Conventions thaler. Bust to r. 

Arms. Brilliant proof. Very rare gem. Best offered so far. 

1524 1793. Poland. Targowitzer Confederations thaler. A remarkable 

commemorative or necessity coin. GRATITUDO CONCIVIBUS EX- 
EMPLUM POSTERI — TATI — CIVIBUS — QUORUM — ET DELETAM 
LIBERTAS— TE POLONA TUER — ICONABATUR RESPU — BLICA 
RESUR — GENS. Rx. 10 — 7/16 EX MARCA PURA COLONIENSI 
— 17 9 3— DECRETO — REIPVBLICAE NEXU — CONFEDERATION- 
IS IVNCTAE — DIE V XBRIS MDCCXCII — STANISLAO AVGVSTO 
— REGNANTE. Bright mint state. Very rare. Mailliett Supplt. 
PI. 13. 10; Cz, 3353. 

1525 1663. Magdeburg. Very rare commemorative thaler. Bible, flam- 

ing heart and clasped hands in three separate sections of obv. 
SANCTA TRINITAS SPE — FUTURAE — HEREDIT — SE — RENISS 
— D — D — AVGVSTVS, etc. Very fine. 

1526 17 94. Mainz. Contribution Thaler. Bust of Fred. Car. Jos. facing 

three quarters to right. Name. Rx. X EINE FEINE MARK — EX 
VASIS — ARGENT CLERI — MOGVNT. PRO — ARIS ET FOCIS— A 
MDCCXCIV — in with. Schultheiss 3617. Mint state Gem. V. Rare. 

1527 1796. Mainz. Fredk. Car. Joseph. Bust to r. Rx. Curious oval 

shield, cross form in middle. ZEHEN EINE FEINE MARK — 1796. 
Mint state. Rare gem. Sch. 362. 

1528 1705. Olmutz. Breiter thaler. Bust to r. DEI GRATIA CAROLUS 

EPISCOPHUS OLOMUCENS1S, (remarkably long inscription) Rx. 
elaborate arms crowned DUX LOTHAR. ET BAR. S. R. PCPS. RE. 
CA. BOCO. Mint state. S. 3649. Rare. 

1529 Salzburg. Rare Siege. Klippe thaler. St. Rupert seated on chair 

holding sceptre. SANCTUS RVDBERTVS EPS. SALISBVRGE. Rx. 
Arms Wolf Theodore. Ex. fine. V. Rare. Z. 27. 



FOREIGN SILVER 



89 



1530 Same period. Round thaler. Wolf Theodore. Double ahields with 

bishops hat over them. About uncirculated. Z. 31. Rare early 
type. 

1531 1682. Commemorative thaler. Peter Seel. Five saints standing 

holding goose, sprigs. Rx. Two bishops standing, arms beneath. 
About mint state. Z. 18. 

1532 1696. Round thaler. St. Rupert stdg. Rx. Madonna and child. 

Jno. Ernest. Uncirculated, sharp, thaler. Choice example. Z. 15. 

1533 1710. Elaborate bust of Anton, Prince of Harrach to r. Rx. Arms, 

with hat above as Archbishop and Prince of Salzburg. Unc., proof 
surface. Wonderful example. Z. 19. 

1534 1728. Bust of Leopold, Archbishop to right, in wonderful style, 

with flowing locks. Arms, crowned. Proof. V. Rare. Brilliant. 
Z. 13. 

1535 1746. Aged bust of Bishop Jacob Ernest. Arms. Proof. V. Rare. 

A rare ruler. Z. 7. 

1536 1754. Sigismundus St. Rupert seated holding shield and staff. Rx. 

Madonna and child in small square frame, motto above, arms, etc. 
at sides. SIGISMUND D. G. etc. Proof. Rare gem. Z. 28. 

1537 1767. Bust of Bishop Sigismundus to r, in little round cap. Name, 

titles. Rx. Arms, crowned in lain field — date below, 17 — 67. Unc. 
proof surface. Gem. Z. 38. 

1538 1691. Bamburg. Rampant lion to left, a diagonal bar held in paws. 

INSIGNIA PRINCIPATUS BAMBERGENSIS. Rx. Charlemagne 
seated in chair. CAPITVL. BAMBERG. TEMPORE INTERREG- 
NUM. Ex. Fine. Schultheiss-Rechburg 4076. Rare. 

1539 169 4. Eichstadt. Saint Wilibaldus standing. Name, date. Rx. 

Arms, with 4 helmets. D.G. IOAN. EUCHARIUS. EPISCOPU3 
EYSTETT. STC. ROM. IMP. PRINCEPS. Abt. Uncirculated. Very 
rare. Sch. 4191. 

1540 Eystadt. Joseph Graf Von Stutenburg. Large bust to right, fine 

style. Name. Titles. Rx. Elaborate arms, crowned VASCVLIS 
AVLAE ARGENTEIS PATRIAE INDIGENTI MINISTR, etc. Mint 
state. V. Rare. S. 4200. 

1541 1801. Gurk. Bust of Francis to r. Name. Rx. Arms crowned. 

N TE DOMINE SPERAVI 1801. Proof. (Franz G. V. Salms Reiff- 
erscheld. Schultheiss 4246. Rare. 

CHOICE FOREIGN GOLD COINS. 

1542 1764. Vienna. Joseph II. Rare Koenigs Ducat. Handsome por- 

trait bust to r. Name, titles. Rx. Arms, crowned and supported 
HUNG. BOH. & PRIN. HER. Proof. Rare. 



90 



FOREIGN GOLD 



1543 1830. Karsbiirger Ducat. Head of Franc. I. r. Arms. Unc. Scarce. 

1544 Salzburg. 1747. Aged bust of Archbishop Jacob Ernest. Arms, 

Mint state. Z. 5. V. Rare. 

1545 1783. Jerome. Bust of Archbishop to r. Arms. Unc. Brilliant. 

Rare. Z. 14. 

1546 1738. Eystadt. John Anton of Freiburg. Figure of St. Wilibaldus 

standing. PRO DEO CAESARE & P ATRIA — 1738. Rx. Arms with 
two helms at top. IOAN ANT. II. D. G. EPISC. EYST S. R. I. P. 
Brilliant proof. Ducat. S. 2453. Rare. 

1547 Wurzburg C. F. Freiherr V. Hutten. Double ducat. Bust to r 

CHRISTOPH FRANC, etc. Rx. Giant holding an infant on his 
shoulder. A DEXTRIS EST MIHI NE COMMOVEAR PS. 15. Proof. 
Very rare. Valued $20. 

1548 1717. Katisbon. Jubilee ducat. Reformation. A vine with grapes 

in center. VITEM OPUS DEXTRAE TUAE PORRO TUERE O 
PATER.— ET IN PACE TVA CONSERVA — PSLXXX. Rx. Crossed 
keys in octagon. RATISBONA — EVANGELICA — ALTERA VICE — 
IVBILANS XV OCT. Uncirculated. V. Rare. By Oxlein. 



1549 


1796. 

NR. 


Guatemala. 
Fine. Rare. 


Doubloon. 


Bust of Chas. IV to 


r. Arms. MM. 


1550 


1886. 

Fine. 


Venezuela. 

Rare. 


20 Pesos. 


Bust of Bolivar. 


Edge nick. Ex. 



This coin is $20 size. 

1551 1887. England. Victoria. Two pounds. About fine. 



U. S. GOLD COINS 

1552 1907. St. Gaudens $20. Wire Edge. MCMVII date. Very fine. 

Records to $37.50 in these sales. Bids to $40. 

VERY RARE ST. GAUDENS EAGLE 

1553 1907. Indian maiden to left, stars date. Rx. Roosevelt eagle to 

left. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. E. PLURIBUS UNUM. 
TEN DOLLARS. Period before and after each. Raised borders. 
Said only around 50 struck. Mint state. Cost $75. First record 
at auction I think around $150. 

CHOICE U. S. GOLD DOLLARS 

1554 1849. 

1555 1 849. 

1556 1849. 



First year, open wreath. Uncirculated, sharp. 
Open wreath. Uncirculated. Rare state. 

Open wreath. Uncirculated. Scarce state. 



u. s. GOLD 






1557 1851. Edge nick, otherwise fine. 

1558 1852. Uncirculated. 

RAKE TYPE FLYING EAGLE CENT OF 185<i 

1559 1856. Flying eagle, copper nickel. Entire date double struck. 

Nearly uncirculated. Second one we have seen. Last one I had 
I sold for $25.00. 

FOREIGN SILVER MEDALS 

1560 1725. Rome. Bust of Benedict XIII to r. Name, title. Rx. Charles 

the Great (Charlemagne) mounted to left. CAROLO. MAGNO. 
ROMANAE. ECCLESIAE VINDICI — ANNO IVBILEI — MDCCXXV. 
50 MM. Abt. Fine. V.R. 

15 61 Amorous Medal. Man and woman standing, former holding a hu- 
man heart between them MYN LIEF ONFANGT MYN BRANDENI 
HERR. DAT. V. OPTROU G7GEUEN WERT. Rx. Woman and two 
infants. DE BEBE VRUGHT DIE THUWLICK BAART SYNKIN- 
DREN VROOM EN GOET VAART. Diam. Size 55. Cast and chased, 
as issued. Rare. Fine. 

RARE PAPAL SILVER,, ETC. 

1562 1681. Rome. Innocent XI. Saint seated on chair. ERIT LIGATVM 

ET. IN CAELIS. — 1681. Rx. Arms of Clement, no bust. Ex. fine 
and rare type. Scudo. 

1563 Innocent XI. Bearded bust to r. Name. Rx .View of St. Peters at 

Rome. Rare Abt. Fine. Scudo. 

1564 1643. Urban VIII. Rare scudo. Bearded bust to r. Name. Rx. 

The Immaculate Virgin PRAESIDIUM CON SUBTUUM. Abt. Fine. 
Seldom seen. Date on obv. below bust. 

1565 1834. Gregory the Great. Bust 1. Christ blessing children. Scudo. 

V.F. 

1566 1870. Pius IX. Bust 1. Rx. 5 Lire 1870 in wrth. STATO PON- 

TIFICIO. Fine. 

1567 Clement XII. Rare half scudo. Papal arms, crowned. Rx. FRVSTRA 

— VIGILAT — QUI — CVSTODIT. in heavy wrth. Ex. Fine. Rarer 
than scudo. 

1568 Innocent XI. Half Scudo. Name, Arms. Rx. AVARVS — NON — 

IMPLEBITVR. V. Fine. Rare. Broad type. Rarer than scudo. 

1569 Innocent XII. Bust to r. Name, title. Rx. Pope praying to left. 

FIAT PAX IN VIRTUTE TUA. V. Fine. Rare. 



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CHOICE EUROPEAN CROWNS 

1570 1740. Tyrol Chas. VI. Unc. Choice. 

1571 Tyrol. 1632. Leopold. Bust r, holding sceptre. Arms. Ex. F. 

1572 Treves. Bust of Clement, Wenceslaus. Arms. Thaler. Almost 

Unc. Rare. 

1573 1659. Denmark. Sword severing arm. SOLI DEO GLORIA IIII 

MARCK DANSK 1659. Ex. Fine. 

1574 1793. France. Louis XVI. Largest type head to left. Angel writ- 

ing. on tablet. AN 5. Uncirculated, choice, bright. 

1575 Salzburg. Early Thaler. Saint std. Wolf Theodore. Uncirculated. 

1576 1660. Salzburg. Saint standing. Madonna and child Guidobald, 

Archbishop. Uncirculated. 

1577 1795. Bamburg-Ludwig. Elaborate arms. Proof. Rare. 

1578 1781. Eystatt. View of See Buildings, streets, towers, etc. Circle 

of shields CAPITULUM SEDE VACANTE. 10 EINE FEINE MARCK. 
Uncirculated, sharp. Rare. 

1579 Munster. Broad view thaler, patron saint above. Christopher. Struck 

on lifting of the Siege of the city. Arms, helmets. Ex. Fine. Rare. 

1580 1603. Teutonic Order. Maximilian Emperor standing holding sword. 

MAX. D. G. ARCH etc. Rx. Knight mounted to right in armour, his 
horse covered with trappings, border of shields, a large shield be- 
neath. About Unc. 

1581 1549. Brandenburg. Bust of Albert to left. Rx. Cross, four shields. 

Fine, early archaic type bust. 

1582 1624. Saxony. Four brothers crown. Bust of Jno. Philip. Rx. 3 

Bros. VFine. 

1583 1585. Saxony. Bust of Augustus holding long sword, dividing date. 

Rx. Arms, crowned. Fine. 

1584 1651. John Geo. I. Bust r, holding sword. Shield, helmets. About 

mint state, broad type. 

1585 1793. Saxony. Fredk. August. Bust r. Arms, crowned. Uncir- 

culated some lustre. 

1586 1791. Schwarzburg-Rudolphstadt. Fredk. Carolus. Bust to r, re- 

sembling early portraits of Washington. Name, titles Rx. Arms 
supported by two nude men. X EINE MARCK F. — 1791. About 
Unc. V.R. 

1587 1772. Nuremburg. Handsome city view thaler, showing churches, 

river, bridges, hills, ships, etc. Uncirculated. 

1588 1779. Nuremburg. Jos. IT. Handsome city view thaler, differing 

from preceding, showing gardens before city. X EINE FEINB 
MARCK. Uncirculated. 



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93 



1589 1796. Frankfurt. Necessity thaler, struck from church silver. 

X — EINE — MARK — 179 6 AUS DEN GEFAESEN DER KIRCHEN 
UND BURGER. Rx. Eagle. Uncirculated. Sharp. Rare. 

1590 1754. Regensburg. Large head of Francis. Rx. Interesting city 

view, towers, bridges, moats, castles, boats, etc. About Unc. 

1591 1613. Saxony. Jno. Geo. 1 and August. Busts either side. About 

Uncirculated, choice thaler. 

1592 1593. Siebenbergen. Bust of Sigismund Bathori, holding sceptre. 

lix. Arm?, with three tusks in centre. Fine and rare. 

1593 1915. Mecldenburg-Schwerin. Very rare world’s War 5 Marks. First 

offered here. Bust of Fredk Franz I and Fredk Franz IV, 1815- 
1915. Elaborate Arms. Unc., sand blast finish. Unc. 

1594 1913. Brunswick and Lunenburg. Very rare. 5 Marks, Busts of 

Ernest Augusta and Victoria Luise to r. 1 — XI — 1913 Rx. German 
arms, value. Unc. First seen. 

1595 1915. Same type, but 3 Marks. Unc. Worlds War coin V.R. 

1596 1871. Wuertemburg. Proof double thaler. Bearded head of Karl. 

Rx. View of the celebrated Ulm Cathedral. Brilliant. Very rare. 
First seen in this state. 

1597 1889. Luxemburg. Shield crowned. GRAND DUCHY DE LUXEM- 

BURG. Regency of Duke Adolph. About proof. Edge milled. 
Rare. 

1598 1775. Papal. Half Scudo. Piux VI. VGood. 

1599 1813. Jersey. Rare three Shillings coin. Arms. THREE SHILL- 

INGS TOKEN. Fine. V. Rare. 

RARE HALF CENTS 

1600 1794. Gilbert 1. Uncirculated, chocolate color. Fine, sharp impres- 

sion. Very rare. 

1601 1800. Uncirculated. Brilliant brown color. Rare. 

1602 1803. About uncirculated. Light olive color. Rare. 

1603 1856. Brilliant red proof. Rare. 

CHOICE AND RARE CENTS 

1604 1794. Hays 6. Fine, dark brown color. From a sale in Rochester 

at $24. Rare. 

1605 1796. Gilbert C. Fine, light brown color. Very scarce variety. 

1606 1797. Stemless wreath, broken obverse die. Doughty 98. Very 

fine brown color. Rare. 

1607 1797. Obverse die broken from neck to border. Doughty 99. Very 

fine, brown color. Rare. 



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U. S. CENTS 



1608 1797. Obverse die broken at lower left. Doughty 105. Uncircu- 

lated olive color. Rare. 

1609 1797. Curious die break below eye. Doughty 107. Uncirculated, 

light brown proof surface. Rare. 

1610 1797. The M in AMERICA cut over another letter. D. 109. Very 

fine, brown. Rare. 

1611 1798. Large 8, close date. D 115. Very fine, brown. Scarce va- 

riety. 

1612 1798. Large 8, wider date. Reverse die broken at 1. Ex. fine. 

From a Phila. sale at $12.50. 

1613 1798. Faint break through TY to border. D. 121. Unc. light olive. 

1614 179 8. Evenly spaced date, milled border. Heavy break over ATES 

in STATES. D 123. Uncirculated, light brown color. Rare and a 
valuable cent. 

1615 1801. The variety with three errors on reverse. Fine, light brown. 

Very rare so choice. 

1616 1805. Blunt 1. Uncirculated, slightest cabinet friction. Light 

brown color. Rare. 

1617 1806. Extremely fine, dark brown color. Rare condition. 

1618 1824 over 22. About uncirculated, slightest cabinet friction. Lus- 

trous light olive color. Very rare. 

1619 1828. Andrews 8. Uncirculated. Light olive and red proof surface. 

1620 1828. Small date. Uncirculated . Brown color. 

1621 1829. Extremely fine, olive color. Scarce. 

RARE UNITED STATES SILVER COINS 

1622 Half Dimes. 1794 Newlin 2. Very fine. Nice specimen. Rare. 

1623 1800. Very fine. Scarce. 

1624 1840. With drapery. Uncirculated. Rare. 

1625 Dimes. 1796. Die break at first star on 1. About unc. handsome 

proof surface. Very rare condition. 

162 6 Quarter Dollar. 18 4 6. Brffifant proof. Very rare in this condition. 

1627 Half Dollars. 1815. Very fine and choice specimen. Rare. 

1628 1820 over 18. Exremely fine and rare. Must not be confused with 

the commoner variety over 19. 

1629 Silver Dollars. 184 2 Sharp, brilliant proof. Ex. rare in this con- 

dition. 

1630 1848. Sharp, brilliant proof. From Mougey coll., in original box. 

Very rare. 

1631 1853. About uncirculated. Handsome sharp impression. 

1632 1856. Very fine and rare. 



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1633 

1634 

1635 

1636 



1637 



1638 



1639 

1640 

1641 

1642 

1643 

1644 

1645 

1646 

1647 

1648 

1649 

1650 



1651 



RAKE UNITED STATES GOLD COINS 

1856. Gold Dollar. S mint. Recut S. Very fine. Rare. 

1862. Gold Dollar. Sharp, brilliant proof. Very rare condition. 

1869. Half Eagle. Very fine. Rare. Only small number coined. 

1908. Half Eagle. Uncirculated. Brilliant. 

RARE QUARTER EAGLE 

1848. Quarter Eagle. CAL. stamped over eagle on reverse, struck 
from the first California gold. Unc. proof surface. Extremely 
rare, especially in this choice condition. 

RAR E GO ID DOLLAR 

1836. Gold Dollar. Liberty cap with rays. Rx. UNITED STATES 
OP AMERICA. Within laurel branch 1 D. Gold alloyed with 
silver. Proof. Excessively rare. The gold dollar alloyed with 
copper brings from $75 — $85 at auction and this ought to bring 
twice as much as it is the first we have offered. 



RARE COLONIAL CENTS 



Connecticut. 1785 Cent. Ugly bust. Miller 53N. Fine but date 
off. Rare. 

178 6 Cent. Crosby Obverse 3, reverse uncertain. Very fine, light 
brown color. Very rare. 

178 7 Cent. Crosby 6M. Uncirculated, light brown color. Rare. 

1787 Cent. Hall 33-7. Uncirculated, brown color. Rare. 

1787 Cent. Crosby 33-R. Fine. 

1787 Cent. Crosby 41-1, but with period after reverse legend. Fine. 

1788 Cent. Crosby 9-E. Struck over another piece. Fine. Rare. 

1788 Cent. Crosby 16-D. Unc., but imperfect planchet. 

Vermont. 1788 Cent. Crosby 3-B. Very good. 

Massachusetts. 1788 Cent. Crosby 12-1. About fine. 

New York. 1787 Cent. Bust r. Rx. Female seated r. Perfect re- 
verse die, struck over a Nova Constellatio. "V ery fine. 

1787 Immunis Columbia. Cent. Justice seated r. Rx. Eagle. 
About fine. Rare. 



FOREIGN GOLD COINS 

Rasle. 1410-1437. Sigismund, Emperor. Gold gulden. Orb. sur- 
mounted by cross. Rx. Virgin with infant Jesus. About fine. Rare. 



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FOREIGN GOLD 



1652 Frederick III. 1440-1493. Gold gulden. Same type. Fine. Scarce. 

1653 Colombia. 1814 Ferdinand VII. Bogota scudo. Fine. 

) 

1654 Costa Rica. 1842 Escudo. EST. D’COSTA-RICA. Star with rays in 

centre. Rx. Tree, value and date. About fine. Ex. rare. 

1655 Denmark. 1757 XII marks. Crown above XII M. Very fine. 

165 6 France. Louis XIV. 1712 Double louis d’or. Paris mint. Laureat- 
ed head r. Rx. Crowned addorsed L’s. Very fine and rare. 

1657 Hannover. 1837 William IV of England. 2 y 2 Thaler. Bare head 

r. Rx. Value and date. Uncirculated. Scarce. 

1658 1866. George V. Gold Krone. Bare head 1. Rx. Value and date 

in wreath. Ex. fine. Rare. 

1659 Madras. % Mohur. Shield surmounted by lion with crown. Rx. 

Native inscription. Uncirculated. 

1660 Malta. 1595-1601. Martin Garzes, Grand Master of the Order of 

St. John of Jerusalem. Zecchino. Grand Master kneeling before 
St. John. Rx. Christ standing. Ex. fine. 

1661 Neisse. 1752. Ducat. Philip Gotthard of Schaffgotsch. Bust in 

cap to r. Rx. Crowned arms. Ex. fine. Scarce. 

1662 Nuremburg. 170 0. Half Ducat. Lamb with banner. With orna- 

mental loop. Ver yfine. 

1663 Poland. Stanislaus Augustus. 17 94 Stanislaus d’or or 3 ducats. 

Bare head r. Rx. Crowned arms within wreath. Very fine and very 
rare. 

1664 Venice. Ludovico Manin. ^ Zecchino. Usual type. Very good. 

RARE MEXICAN DOUBLOON 

1665 1822. AUGUSTINUS. DEI. PROVIDENTIA. Bare head of August- 

inus to r. Rx. MEX.I.IMPERATOR.CONSTITUT. 8 S.J.M. Crowned 
eagle standing on cactus. Ex. fine, mint lustre. Very rare. 

RARE ROMAN AUllEII 

1666 Aelius. L. AELIUS. CAESAR. Bare head to r. Rx. TRIB. POT 

COS II. CONCORD. Concordia seated 1. Very fine and very rare. 

1667 Septimus Severus. IMP. CAE. L. SEP SEV.PERT AVG. Laureated 

head to r. Rx. VIRT. AVG TRP COS. Roma standing r. holding 
Victory. Very fine and very rare. 



1668 

1669 

1670 

1671 

1672 

1673 

1674 

1675 

1676 

1677 

1678 

1679 

1680 

1681 

1682 

1683 

1684 



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FOREIGN CROWNS & DOUBLE CROWNS 

Remarkable lot both for rarity and condition. 

Anhalt-Dessau. 1863 Thaler. Leopold Frederick. Dukedom United 
1603-1863. Head 1. Rx. Arms. Uncirculated. 

Augsburg. 1745. City Goddess seated 1. holding pine cone. Rx. 
Bust of Francis I r. Uncirculated, brilliant proof surface. A su- 
perb coin. Rare. 

Bamberg. 1779 Convention Thaler. Franz Ludwig of Erthal. Bust 
r. Rx. Crowned canopy of arms. Unc. 

Bavaria. 1837 Ludwig I. Commemorative Double Thaler. Head to 
r. Rx. Moneta standing. Monetary Convention at Munich Ex. fine 
proof surface. 

1838. Double thaler. Head of Ludwig r. Rx. 8 wreaths showing 
the divisions of the kingdom. Ex. fine. 

1839 Double thaler. Head of Ludwig r. Rx. Equestrian statue of 
Maximilian I erected at Munich. Unc. proof surface. 

1840. Double thaler. Head of Ludwig r. Rx. Statue of Albrecht 
Durer erected at Nuremburg. Ex. fine, proof surface. 

1841. Double thaler. Head of Ludwig r. Rx. Statue of John Paul 
Frederfick Richter, erected at Bayreuth. About Unc., proof surface. 

1842. Double thaler. Head of Ludwig r. Rx. View of the Wal- 
halla at Regensburg. Uncirculated. 

184 2. Double thaler . Head of Ludwig r. Rx. Heads of Crown 
Prince and Maria of Prussia. Commemorates their marriage. Unc„ 
proof surface. 

1843. Double thaler. Head of Ludwig r. Rx. Statue of Margrave 
Frederick of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, erected at Erlangen. Very 
fine. 

18 44. Double thaler. Head of Ludwig r. Rx. Feldherrnhalle at 
Munich. Unc. proof surface. 

1845. Double thaler. Head of Ludwig r. Rx. Birth of the two 
nephews of the King. Proof. • 

184 6. Double thaler. Head of Ludwig r. Rx. Neptune and female. 

Completion of Ludwig’s Canal. Ex. fine. 

1847. Double thaler. Head of Ludwig r. Rx. Statue of Bishop 
Julius Echter erected in Wurzburg. Uncirculated. 
Brandenburg-Anspach. 16 20 Thaler. Joachim Ernest. Bust with 
pointed beard facing. Rx. Arms. Fine. Rare. 

1783. Convention Thaler . Alexander. Struck at Bayreuth. Bust 
r. Rx. Lion with shield. Ex. fine. Scarce. 



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FOREIGN CROWNS AND DOUBLE CROWNS 



16 85 Brunswick-Luneburg. 1659. Christian Ludwig. Thaler. Horse 1. 
in wreath. Rx. Arms. Ex. fine, initials in field. 

1686 1676. Thaler. John Frederick. In Commemoration of the first 

jubilee of Helmstadt University, inscription in 17 lines. Rx. EX 
FORTI DULCEDO. INSIGNIA ACADEMIAE IULIAE. Warrier with 
lion. Ex. fine and very rare. 

1687 1729. Thaler. George II of England. Wild man standing with 

tree. Rx. Crowned arms of Great Britain. Very fine. 

1688 1734. George II. Andreas Thaler. St. Andrew with cross. Rx. 

Crowned arms. Uncirculated. 

1689 England. Edward VI. 15 51 Crown. King on horseback r. date be- 

low. Rx. Arms, divided by cross. Fine. Rare. 

169 0 Oliver Cromwell. 1658 Crown. Laureated bust 1. Rx. Crowned 
arms of the Protectorate. Very fine, only slightest trace of flaw. 
Rare. 

1691 France. 1814 Paris. Medal. 37 m. Francis I of Austria. Fleur d' 

Lis on globe. Uncirculated. 

1692 Fulda. Adalbert III of Harstall. 1796. Contribution Thaler. Bust r. 

Rx. Arms. Ex. fine. 

16 93 Furstenburg. Joseph William Ernest. 1729 Mining Thaler. Ornate 
bust r. in uniform. Rx. AVSBEUT THALER VON S. IOSEPHS 
COBOLD UND SILBER ZECHE. Mining scene. Unc., brilliant 
proof surface. A superb coin. Ought to bring $25. 

1694 German New Guinea. 1894 5 marks. Bird of Paradise. Rx. Value 
and date in wreath.. Very fine. 

16 95 Hall in Schwaben. 1777 Thaler. 3 ornamental shields. Rx. Bust 
of Joseph II. r. Unc. brilliant proof surface. Rare. 

1696 Hamburg. 1610. Thaler. 3 towers dividing date. Rx. Eagle of the 

Empire. Fine. Scarce. 

1697 Hanau-Lichtenberg. Philip Reinhard. 1694 Broad gulden. Bust 
r. Rx. Arms. Very fine. 

1698 Hanau. William IX of Hessen. 1784 Thaler struck from Bieber 

silver. Head r. Rx. Arms supported by lion. Unc. mint lustre. 

Rare. 

1699 Hannover. George Ludwig. 1706 Andreas Thaler. St. Andrew with 

cross. Rx. Arms. Unc., proof surface. 

1700 Hawaii. 188 3 Dollar. Bust of Kalakaua r. Rx. Arms. Brilliant 

proof. 

1701 Hessen. William II. Thaler size premium medal. Bust in uniform. 

Ex. fine. 



1702 

1703 

1704 

1705 

1706 

1707 

1708 

1709 

1710 

1711 

1712 

1713 

1714 

1715 

17161 

1717 



FOREIGN CROWNS AND DOUBLE CROWNS 



99 



Holland. 1706. Square Medal. 39 m. Commemorating the victories 
of the Allies. Sun and crowns. Rx. Eclipse of the*sun and list of 
battles. Von Loon, Vol. V, pg. 34, No. 2. Unc. Very rare. 

Hungary . 16 58. Leopold I. Coronation Thaler. Cherubs with 

crown above legend in six lines. Rx. CONSILIO ET 1NDUSTRIA. 
Crowned globe below, all seeing eye above; arm from left with 
sceptre and arm from right with sword. Unc., proof surface. Very 
rare. 

Malta. Emmanuel de Rohan. 1789 30 Tari. Bust r. Rx. Arms. 
Very fine. 

Norway. Frederick III. 164 9 Species. Crowned bust r. Rx. Lion. 
Ex. fine. Rare and unusual condition. 

Paar. Wenzel. 1794. Thaler. Head to r. Rx. Crowned double 
eagle. About unc., brilliant proof surface. Rare. 

Reuss. Younger line. 1655 Thaler. Henry II and bis sons Henry 
IX and X. Arms. Rx. VIVIT POST FUNERA VIRTUS AO. M. DC. 
LV. Eagle in nest on top of column, hand from 1. with palm 
branch, hand from r. with sword. Very fine and extremely rare. 

Beuss-Schleiz. Henry XII. 17 64 Convention Thaler. Bust in uni- 
form 1. Rx. Arms IN JESU VIVO ET MORIAR. Unc., proof sur- 
face. Rare. 

Reuss. Henry XI of Obergreiz. 1778 Convention Thaler. Head r. 
Rx. Arms within canopy. Uncirculated, brilliant lustre. Rare. 

Reuss-Ebersdorf. Henry LXXII. 184 0 Double thaler. Head 1. Rx. 
Crowned arms within canopy. Ex. fine, handsome and rare coin. 

Reuss. Old Line. Henry XX. 1848 Double thaler. Head 1. Rx. 
Crowned arms within canopy. Unc., brilliant proof surface. Rare. 

Reuss-Schleiz. Henry I, XII. 18 53. Double thaler. Head r. Rx. 
Crowned arms within canopy. Ex. fine, proof surface. Rare. 

Russia. 179 6 Rouble Crowned double eagle. Rx. Inscription in car- 
touche. Struck from Polish silver. Brilliant proof. Very rare. 

Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha. Ernest I. 18 41. Double thaler. Head L 
Rx. Crowned arms within canopy. Very fine and very rare. 

Salzburg. Sigismund 1754 Thaler. View of Virgin and Child in car- 
touche. Rx. St. Rupert seated. Ex. fine, proof surface. Rare. 

Schauenburg. Ernest 16 20 Thaler. Bust in high collar r. Rx. Arms. 
Very fine and very rare. 

Sc.hmalkalden. 1544 Thaler. Necessity coin struck by John Fred- 
erick of Saxony and Philip of Hessen from silver of the Hartz^ 
mines during the occupation of the states by Duke Henry of Bruns- 
wick. Busts on either side. Very fine. Rare. 



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FOREIGN CROWNS AND DOUBLE CROWNS 



1718 Schwarzburg-Iiudelstadt. John Frederick. 1765 Convention Thaler. 

Bust r.. Rx. Arms supported by wild man. Ex. fine. Rare. 

1719 Ludwig Gunther II. 1768 Convention Thaler. Bust r. Rx. Crowned 

arms. Uncirculated, brilliant proof surface. Rare. 

1720 Solms-Isenberg. 1738 Marriage Thaler. Bust of Christian August 

3. Rx. Bust of Elizabeth Amalia Frederica of Isenberg 1. Ex. 
fine and handsome coin. Very rare. 

1721 Straits Settlements. Edward VII. 1903 Dollar. Crowned bust r. 

signed De S below. Rx. Native characters, etc. Brilliant proof. 
Very rare. 

1722 Strasbourg. Undated 6 0 Kreuzers. Arms. Rx. Lis. Ex. fine. 

1723 Switzerland. Chur (City). Thaler without date. Bust of St. Lucius 

r. Rx. Crowned double eagle of the empire. Very fine and very 
rare. 

1724 Schaffhausen. 16 2 0 Thaler. Ram emerging from house. Rx. 

Crowned eagle. Fine. 

1725 Zug. 1621. Thaler. St. Michael 1. Rx. Crowned double eagle of 

the Empire. Very good, slight planchet defect. 

1726 Zurich. Thaler without date, by Stampfer. Two lions supporting 

arms of Zurich, surmounted by crowned globe of the empire. Rx. 
Eagle of the empire. Very fine. Rare. 

1727 Geneva. Double thaler size medal. 65m. Jean Calvin 1641. Bust 

in hat to r. Rx. Fame with trumpet. Ex. fine and very rare. 

1728 Waldeck. George Victor. 185 6 Double thaler. Head 1. Rx Crown- 

ed arms within canopy. Unc., brilliant proof surface. Very rare. 

1729 Westphalia. Jerome Napoleon. 1811 Thaler. Laureated head r. 

Rx. Titles, etc. Very fine. Scarce. 

1730 Wurttemburg. Eberhard Ludwig. 16 94 Thaler. Ornate bust r. Rx. 

CUM DEO ET DIE. Crowned arms. Ex. fine. A handsome coin. 
Very rare. 

1731 Wurzburg. Franz Ludwig of E'rthal. Premium thaler. Bust r. Rx. 

MERCES LABORUM. Young genius, etc. Unc. proof surface. 

FINE COLLECTION OF PAPAL SCUDI 

1735 Sede Vacante. 1669. Arms of Cardinal Antonio Barberini. Rx. Dove. 
Very good. Rare. 

173 3 Clement X. Arms. Rx. View of portal with statues of St. Peter and 
St. Paul. Fine, loop removed. 

1734 Sede Vacante. 1 676. Arms of Cardinal Paluzzi-Altieri. Rx. Dove. 
Very fine. Rare. 



1735 

1736 

1737 

1738 

1739 

1740 

1741 

1742 

1743 

1744 

1745 

1746 

1747 

174S 

1749 

1750 

1751 

1752 

1753 

1754 

1755 

1756 

1757 

1758 

1759 

1760 



PAPAL SCUDI 



101 



Innocent XI. Year VII. Bust to r, in cap. Rx. NON PRODERVNT 
IN DIE VITIONIS. Very fine. 

1684. Similar bust r. Rx. DEXTERA TVA DOMINE PERCVSSIT 
INIMICVM. Ex. fine. 

Sede Vacante. 1689. Arms of Cardinal Paluzzi-Altieri. Rx. Dove. 
Fine. Rare. 

Alexander VIII. 1690. Bust to r. Rx. The Church standing 1. Fine. 
Loop removed. Scarce. 

Innocent XII . 169 2 Bust r. Rx. Arch angel St. Michael destroying 
Satan. Very fine. Rare. 

Innocent XII. Year VI. Bust to r. Rx. Side view of the consistory. 
Fine and rare. 

Innocent XII. Year II. Bust to r. Rx. Chair of St. Peter. Fine, 
loop removed. 

Innocent XII. Bust to r. Rx. St. Peter preaching. Fine. Rare. 
Innocent XII. Bust to r. Rx. La Carita with children. Very fine, 
loop removed. 

Sede Vacante. 1700. Arms of Cardinal Giovanni B. Spinola. Rx. 
Dove. Very good. Rare. 

Clement XI. Large bust 1. Rx. St. Clement praying. Fine. Rare. 
Clement XI. Year XV. Bust r. Rx. Arms. Ex. fine and very rare. 
Benedict XIV. 1753. Bust r. Rx. The Church. Very fine. 

Sede Vacante. 1758. Arms of Cardinal Girolanio, Colonna. Rx. Dove. 
Very fine. Loop removed. 

Pius VI. 1777 Scudo for Bologna. Arms. Rx. St. Peter stg. Very 
good. 

1796. Scudo for Bologna. Virgin and Child above view of city. 
Fine. Loop removed. 

Sede Vacante. 1823 Bologna. Arms. Rx. The Church. Unc. 

Leo XII. 1825. Scudo for Bologna. Bust 1. Rx. The Church. 
Very fine. 

Pius VIII. 1830 Scudo for Bologna. Bust r. Rx. St. Peter and St. 
Paul. Ex. fine. Rare. 

Sede Vacante. 1830 Bologna Scudo. Arms. Rx. Dove. Ex. fine. 
Gregory XVI. 1831. Bust 1. Rx. The Presentation at the temple. 
Ex. fine. 

Gregory XVI. 1843. Bust 1. Rx. Value and date. Unc. 

Sede Vacante. 184 6. Arms. Rx. Dove. Uncirculated. 

Pius IX. 1846. Bologna Scudo. Bust 1. Rx. Value and date. Ex. 

fine. 

Pius IX. 1848. Bust 1. Rx. Value and date. Very fine. 

1854. Similar. Ex. fine. 



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PAPAL. HALF SCUDI 

1761 Innocent XII. Year II. Arms. Rx. Pelican feeding young. Fine, 
plugged. 

17 62 Innocent XII. 1692. Bust r. Rx. Peace standing. Very fine, loop 
removed. 

1763 Innocent XII. 1693. Arms. Rx. Pelican. Fine. Scarce. 

17 64 Clement XI. Year VII. Arms. Rx. Angel. Fine. 

17 6 5 Clement XI. 1702 Arms. Rx. St. George and dragon. Fine. Rare. 
1766 Clement XII. Year V. Arms. Rx. FRVSTRA, etc. Very fine. 

17 6 7 Benedict XIV. Bust r. Rx. The Church. 1753. Ex. fine. 

1768 Clement XIII. 1759. Arms. Rx. The Church. Very good. Rare. 

1769 Clement XIV. 1773. Same type. Very good. Scarce. 

1770 Sede Vacante. 1774 Arms. Rx. Dove. Fine. Loop removed. 

1771 Pius VI. 1775. Arms. Rx. The Church. Very fine. 

1772 Same type. Very good. 1777. 

1773 Same type. Very good. 1778 

1774 Same type. Very fine. 1780. 

1775 1785. Bologna. St. Peter above clouds. Very good. 

1776 1778. Bologna. Arms. Rx. St. Peter seated. Fine. Rare. 

1777 Pius VII. 1802. Arms. Rx. The Church. Fine. 

1778 Sede Vacante. 1823. Bologna. Arms. Rx. The Church. Unc. 

1779 Gregory XVI. 1832. Bologna. Bust r. Rx. St. Romualdus. Ex. 

fine. 

1780 1834. Similar. Struck at Rome. Fine. 

1781 Pius IX. 1853 50 Baiocchi. Bust 1. Rx. Value. Very fine. 

1782 Pius IX. 1867 2y 2 Lire. Bust 1. Rx. Value. Ex. fine. 

RARE SOUTH AMERICAN MEDALLIC COINS 

1783 Peru. 1808. Proclamation Peso. Bust of Ferdinand VII to r. Rx. 

Crowned double eagle between pillars. Very fine. Rare. 

1784 1824. Ayacucho. Medallic Half Peso. Bust of Bolivar r. Rx. Arms 

with flags, etc. Very fine. 

1785 1826. Lima. Medallic Half Peso. Adoption of the Constitution. 

Book in wreath. Rx. Arms with flags, etc. Ex. fine. 

1786 1828. Half Peso. Same event. Book with rays. Rx. Inscription 

in wreath. Very fine. 

1787 1834. Lima. Medallic Half Peso. Reform of the Constitution. 

Book with rays. Rx. Arms and flags. Uncirculated. 

1788 1834. Medallic Peseta. Cuzco. Same event. Very fine. 



MEDALIC COINS 



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1789 1836. Cuzco. Medallic Half Peso. Independence of South Peru. 

Sun with rays. Rx. Inscription. Very fine. 

1790 1839. Large medal. 43m. Constitutional Reforms. Liberty stdg. 

r. on snake with three tails. Rx. Inscription. Very fine. Rare. 

1791 1849. San Martin. Medallic Peseta. Sun with rays. Rx. Inscrip- 

tion in wreath. Very fine. 

1792 1852. Lima. Medallic Peso. Promulgation of Civil Code by Pres. 

Echenique. Truth stdg. with scales and sword. Rx. One book stdg. 
on another. Ex. fine. Very rare. 

1793 1852. Medallic Pesetas. Same time. Very fine. 

1794 1856. Lima. Medallic Peso. Bust of Ramon Castilia in uniform 

to r. on completion of the new penitentiary. Unc. Rare. 

1795 1856 Medallic Half Peso. Constitutional Reform. Book in wreath. 

Rx. Arms with flags, dotted edge. Uncirculated. 

1796 1856. Half Peso. Same. Edge milled in straight lines. Unc. 

1797 186 0. Medallic Peso. Same event. Book and rays in high relief. 

Rx. Inscription in wreath. Uncirculated. 

1798 1862. Very large silver medal. 48m. Bust of Ramon Castilia in 

uniform facing. Rx. Inscription. Weight 2 y 2 ozs. Uncirculated. 
Rare. 

1799 1862. Medallic Half Peso. Liberty cap on pole within wreath. Un- 

circulated. 

1800 1864. Lima. Medal. 35m. Congress of South American countries. 

Indian stg. with sword and scales. Uncirculated. 

1801 1864. San Martin. Medallic Peso. Sun with rays in high relief. 

Uncirculated. 

1802 1869. Medal. 38m. View of the Puente Balta completed in 1869. 

Uncirculated. 

1803 1869. Pasco. Medal. 38m. View of the railway and Pasco mines. 

Very fine. 

1804 1870. Callao. Medal. 52m. View of railway running on mole and 

ships in basin. Unc. Rare and a medal with remarkably fine de- 

tail. 

1805 1877. Lima. Medal. 38m. Congress of South American countries. 

Indian stg. with sword and scales. Uncirculated. 

1806 1877. Medal. 38m. Reconstruction of the temple of Ntra Sa de la 

Encarnacion. Uncirculated. 

1807. 1877. Lima. Medal. 24m. Burning of bank notes. Uncirculated. 

1808 1878. Lima. Tramway medal. 38m. View of double deck tiam 

car. Uncirculated. 

1809 Guatemala. 1836 8 Reales. Sun and mountains. Rx. Tree. Unc. 

brilliant proof surface. Very rare condition. 



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RARE FOREIGN COINS & MED AES. 

1810 Alwar State. 1891 Rupee. First year of issue. Brilliant proof. 

Rare. 

1811 Bombay. 1828. Pattern Mohur in copper. Lion 1, before palm. 

Rx. BOMBAY on garter, date 1828 in centre, all on star. Execut- 
ed by a native artist after Flaxman’s design. Proof. Extremely 
rare. 

1812 Beme. 1797 y 2 Thaler. Warrior stg. Rx. Shield. Uncirculated. 

1813 Brunswick. Augustus. 1643 y 2 Bell Thaler. Half length figure 

of Duke 1. Rx. Bell. ALLES MIT BEDACHT. Unc. Very rare. 

1814 Frisia. 1686. 14 Stivers. Bust in cap r. Rx. Arms. Fine. 

1815 Germany. 1915 Medal. 35m. Bust of Von Hindenberg facing. Rx. 

Sigfried with Russian bear. Uncirculated. Rare. 

1816 Hessen. Elizabeth, wife of Ludwig IV of Thuringen and Hessen. 

(1231). Medal. 51m. Silver. Crowned bust 1. Rx. The Church 
of Marburg. Struck by the Jewish goldsmiths in Prague in the 
16th century. Very fine and very rare. 

1817 Palermo. Charles III of Austria. 1732. Half Scudo. Head r. Rx. 

Cross. Uncirculated. Rare. 

1818 Spain. Charles IV. 17 89 Medallic 4 Reales. Crowned arms within 

order of the fleece. Rx. Winged cow before castle. Ex. fine. Rare. 

1819 Catalogue. 1789. Proclamation Real. Head of Charles IV. Rx. 

Arms. Uncirculated. Rare little piece. 

RARE FOREIGN COPPER COINS & PATTERNS 

1820 England. Anne. Pattern Half Penny. Bust to 1. Rx. Britannia 

seated holding rose and thistle. Fine. Very rare. 

1821 George III. 1799 Pattern Penny in pewter. Head r. divides date. 

Rx. VIGEBIT ON OMNE AEVUM. Extremely fine. Very rare. 

1822 Victoria. 1846. Pattern Ten Cents by Marrian and Gausby. Young 

head to 1. Rx. SMITH ON DECIMAL CURRENCY. 10 CENTS. Un- 
circulated. Extremely rare. The Montagu specimen brought £8, 
10s. 

1823 Isle of Man. 1876. Half Penny. Head of George III r. Rx. Tri- 

quetra. Brilliant red proof. Rare. 

1824 1798. Half Penny. Similar type. Inscriptions Incuse. Unc. bright 

red. Rare. 

1825 Jamaica. William Smith Penny. Arms. Rx. Value. Bronze proof. 

Rare condition. 



1826 

1827 

1828 

1829 

1830 

1831 

1832 

1833 

1834 

1835 

1836 

1837 

1838 

1839 

1840 

1841 

1842 

1843 

1844 

1845 

1846 

1847 

1848 

1849 

1850 



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105 



M. Howard. Penny. Coach to r. Rx. Hostler with horse. Unc. 
brilliant light olive with traces of red. Extremely rare condition. 

Mexico. 1838 Tuxtla. Pattern quartilla. Head r. Rx. Eagle. Proof. 

1846. Chihuahua. *4 Real. Indian. Rx. Value. Unc. bright red. 

Salvador. 1861 Pattern 25c. Head of Gen. Barrios. Rx. Arms. 
Struck in brass. Unc. Rare. 

St. Eustatius. 1771. Brass token. HERMAN GOSSLING 1 Bt. (1 
bit) Rx. GOD BLESS ST. EUSTATIUS & GUVN. Gosling feeding 1. 
Very fine and extremely rare. 

SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER DOLLARS 

1840. Extremely fine. 

1841. Extremely fine, some lustre. 

1843. Extremely fine, brilliant lustre. 

1844. Extremely fine. 

1845. Extremely fine. 

184 6. Uncirculated. Handsome piece. 

1848. Very fine. Scarce. 

1849. Extremely fine. 

1850. Very fine. Scarce. 

1860. Brilliant proof. 

1862. Proof. 

1867. Proof. 

1870. Proof. 

1872. Brilliant proof. 

1874. CC Trade Dollar. Uncirculated. Very scarce condition. 

1881. CC Perfectly uncirculated, very slight tarnish. Very rare 
in this condition. 

1884. CC Uncirculated, brilliant proof surface. Extremely rare 
in this condition. Records to over $20. 

1885. CC Perfectly- uncirculated, very slightly tarnished. Ex- 
tremely rare in this condition. Records to over $20. 

1887 S Uncirculated, brillian tlustre. Extremely rare in this con- 
dition and fully as valuable as the preceding. 

RARE TWO CENT PrECE. 

1864. With small motto. Brilliant red proof. Excessively rare 
as only two or three are known in this condition. 



106 



SPLENDID RARE COIN COLLECTION OF G. L. TILDEN, ESQR., 

WORCESTER, MASS. 

UNITED STATES SILVER COINS 



1851 



1852 



1853 



1854 

1855 

1856 

1857 

1858 

1859 

1860 
1861 
1862 

1863 

1864 

1865 



1866 

1867 

1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 



1873 

1874 



DOLLARS 

1795. Flowing hair; Large head, curl above star-point. Rx. 13 
berries, large leaves in wreath. Slight nick before face, otherwise 
uncirculated, V.R. so. 

1795. Flowing hair. Curl deeply cuts star point. Rx. Double leaf 
under stand of F in OF 19 berries; two berries together at top of 
wreath on right side. Very fine. Scarce now. 

1795. Smaller head like 1794, deep curl above star point, stars 
smaller, and date also. Rx. 17 berries in wrth, single leaf at 
right top part of wreath. Differs from any preceding. Fine. Rare. 

17 96. Small date. 7 berries in left stem. Good, scarce. 

1797. 16 stars. Fine. Rare. 

1798. Heraldic eagle. Very fine. Getting scarce. 

1798. Small eagle standing on clouds, 13 stars. Fine. Rare. 

1799. 6 stars facing, close, small date. Ex. fine. 

1800. Perfect date. Extremely fine. Scarce condition. 

1800. Dotted date. Very fine. Rare. 

1801. Fine. Rare. 

1803. Small r, close date. Very good. 

180 2. Very fine. Rare. 

1802 over 1 Abt. Fine. 

1836. With Gobrecht’s name on the base. Rx. Eagle flying to left 
in field of stars. Edge plain. Brill. Proof. Rare and in great de- 
mand. 

1836. As last, with Gobrecht’s name in the field. Very rare. Only 
18 made. With record to $260 in my own sales. 

1839. Proof. About perfect. V. Rare. Record to $121 in these 
sales, (which is a world’s record). Edge milled. 

184 5. 1 and 8 of date recut. Brilliant proof. Almost unique. 

1846. Ex. fine. Scarce state. 

18 47. Brilliant proof. Ex. Rare. 

1850. Brilliant proof. Gem. Very rare. 

1852. Two slight edge nicks, hardly noticeable. Uncirculated. Very 
rare. Records to about $135. 

1853. Brilliant mint state. Rare so. 

18 54. Brilliant proof. Gem. Very rare. Finest I have offered. 



1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 



U. S. DOLLAR 



107 



1855. Brilliant proof. Gem. Rarer than 1854 in this state. 

1856. Brilliant proof. Very rare. Magnificent. 

1857. Brilliant proof. V. Rare. 

1858. Brilliant proof. V. Rare. 

1866. Br. Proof. Scarce. 

1870. Carson City Mint. V. Fine. Rare. 

1871. Proof. 

1873. Abt. Fine. Last year of type. 

1874 Trade S. Mint. Unc., bright. V. Rare. 

1878. Standard. S. Mint, 7 feathers in tail. Ex. F. 

1878. Standard 8 feathers in tail. Unc. 

1879. S. Mint. Standard. Unc. Scarce. 

1880. Proof. 

1882. Br. Proof. 

1883. S. Standard. Unc. 

1884. Br. Proof. 

1885. C.C. Ex. F. V. Rare. 

1886. S. Mint. Ex. F. Very rare. 

1887. S. V F VTtare. 

1890. C. C. Unc. V. Scarce. 

1891. C.C. Ex. F. V. Rare. 

1891. Br. Proof. 

1893. Br. Proof. 

< 

1895. S. V.Fine. Scarce. 

1896. S. Abt. Unc. Scarce. 

1897. S. Fint. Rare. 

1902. Unc. 

1904. Unc. Last year of type. 

1904. S. Last year of type. Fine. r 

r* _ 

HALF DOLLARS 

1794. Curl at left cuts star; lower one at right touches bust. Rx. 
21 berries in wreath. Very fine. Very rare. 

179 5. Three leaves under wing. Die broken across wing of eagle. 
About fine. Very rare, one of the rarest IT. S. silver coins. 

1795. The rare overate half dollar, the first date plainly seen under 
the last; two leaves under wings; with heavy, large leaves in wrth 
with double and single leaves at top of wreath close together; two 
leaves directly under stand of F in OF, wing touching R in America. 
17 berries. G. to VG. 



108 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 

1924 

1925 

1926 

1927 

1928 

1929 

1930 

1931 

1932 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 



U. S. HALF DOLLARS 



1795. Curl touches star-point; a break in front of bust. Rx. Smaller 
wreath with finer leaves, the leaves at top of part farther apart, 
the double leaves widely spaced from each other. Two leaves ex- 
tend to left beyond stand of F in OF. 18 berries. Very fine. V. 
Rare. 

179 6. Fillet head of Liberty. Sixteen stars. Very fine. Ex. Rare. 
Valued $250. Plate. 

1796. Fifteen stars. Fine to very fine. Valued $200. V.R. Plate. 

1797. About fine. Very rare. Plate. 

1801. Good. Rare. 

1802. Very good. Rare. About fine. 

1803. Abt. Fine. Scarce now. 

1805, over 4. Fine. V. Rare, the figure 4 almost as plain as the 5. 

1805. Very good, 4 berries in branch. 

1806. Pointed 6. Unc. Scarce. 

1807. Fillet. Unc. Scarce state. 

1807. Bust type. Small stars. Brilliant mint state. V. Rare. 
1808 Over 7. Brilliant mint state. V. Rare. Finest I have met 

with. 

1808. Perf. date. Brilliant mint lustre. Best we have seen. V. 
Rare. 

1809. 1810. Fine. 2 pcs. 

1811. Perf. Ex. Fine. 

1811. Die broken through date. Fine. Rare. 

1812. Perf. date fine. 

1813. Die badly broken through' obv. stars, etc. Fine. 

1814. Perf. widest date. Abt. Unc., strong impression. 

1814. Closer date; die broken from eagle & swing. Scarce. 

1815. Fine. Rare. 

1817. High fig. 7. Sharp, Unc. 

1818. Perfect V. Fine. 

1819. Perf. ’20. Square base 2. F. 2 pcs. 

1821 . Sharp, Unc. 

1822. Almost proof. Rare example. 

1823. Ugly 3. Ex. F. 

1824. Over several dates. Fine. 

1824. Perf. Unc. 

1825. Ex. F. 

1826. Unc. 

1827. Perf. Unc. 

1828. Small date Unc. 



1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1952 

1953 

1954 

1955 

195« 

1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 

1961 

1962 

1963 

1964 

1965 

1966 

1967 

1968 

1969 

1970 

1971 

1972 

1973 

1974 

1975 

1976 

1977 

1978 



U. S. HALF DOLLAR 



109 



1828. Much larger date. Unc., proof surface. 

1829. Perf. Mint lustre. 

1830. Mint lustre. 

1831. Bright mint lustre. 

1832. Unc., bright. 

1833. Bright mint state. 

1834. Largest date. Brilliant Unc. 

1834. Largest date. Brilliant, Unc. Gem. 

1834. Smallest date, only half as large as preceding. Brilliant, Unc. 

1835. Brilliant mint state. 

1836. Lettered edge. Brilliant mint state. 

1836. Milled edge. Brilliant proof. V. Rare. 

1S37. Milled edge. Bust type. Unc. 

1838. Same type as last. Unc. 

1839. Same type, bust. Unc. 

1839. Liberty seated, no drapery. Small letters. Ex. F. 

184 0. V. Small date, O. Mint Ex. Fine. 

1842. L. Date, double struck figure 8. Dent in right field, Unc. 
otherwise and rare. 

1843. Abt. Unc. 

1844. Ex. fine. 

1845. O. Almost Unc. 

1853. Rays and arrows. Unc. 

1854. Unc. 

1854. O. Mint, Bright mint state. 

1855. V. Fine. Rare. 

1855. O. Ex. fine. Rare. 

1856. O. About Unc. 

1857. Very fine. 

1858. Ex. F. 

1868. Br. Proof. 

1873. Arrows at date. Unc. 

1892. 1893. Columbus. Unc. 2 pcs. 

1918. Lincoln centennial. Bids fair to be rare. Unc. 

u. s. quarter dollars 

1805. Very good. 

1806 over 5. Very fine. V. Rare state. 

1806. Perfect. Very good. Scarce now. 

1807. Fine. Rare. 

1815. Uncirculated. Rare. 



110 

1979 

1980 

1981 

1982 

1983 

1984 

1985 

1986 

1987 

1988 

1989 

1990 

1991 

1992 

1993 

1994 

1995 

1996 

1997 

1998 

1999 

2000 

2001 

2002 

2003 

2004 

2005 

2006 

2007 

2008 

2009 

2010 

2011 

2012 



U. S. QUARTER DOLLARS 



1818. Die broken through stars; last star at right double struck. 

Uncirculated, bright. 

Good. 

1820. Uncirculated. V.R. state. 

1821. Mint state. Rare state. 

18 22. Uncirculated, Nbright. Rare state 

1824. Extremely fine. Very rare thus, much more so than much 
advertised 1806 over 5 coin. 

1825. Unc., mint state. 

1828. Mint state. V. Rare state. 

1831-34-35-37-38, Same type, bust. Fine lot. 5 pcs. 

1839. Lib. std, no drapery. Unc. Rare state. 

1848. Entire date twice outlined, double struck. We have never 
seen another. Mint state. Very rare. 

1849. Stars recut. Mint state. V. Rare. 

1850. Sharp, mint state. Rare. 

1852. 5 and 2 in date, double cut. Mint state. V. Rare. 

1853. With rays and arrows. Die broken through ICA. Unc. Scarce 
bright. 

1854. Figure 1 recut. Unc. 

1855. Brilliant mint state. Rare thus. 

1856. Proof. V. Rare. 

1857. Uncirculated. 

1858. Proof. Recut 1. Brilliant and rare. 

1873. No arrows, 1874. Proofs. 2 pcs. 

U. S. DIMES 

1796. Die broken near date. Ex. Fine. 

1798. Die broken downward through obv. Very good. Rare. 
1803. Good. Rare. 

1805. Ex. fine. Rare state. 

1811 over 1809. Very fine. Rare. 

1814. Large date. Unc. 

1814. S. date, good. 

1820. Small O in date. Abt. Unc. Rare. 

1820. Large O in date. About Unc. Rare. 

1821. Uncirculated. Rare. 

1822. Small scratch . Fine. Rare. 

1823. over date V. Fine. 

1824 over ’22, the figure 8 double struck. 



U. S. DIMES 



111 



2013 1825. V. Fine. 

2014 1827, 1828, L. date G. & VG. 2 pcs. 

2015 1827. Uncirculated. 

2016 1829, bright mint state. 

2017 1831-32-33. 2 Unc. 1 Ex. F. 3 pcs. 

2018 1835-6-1837, L. & sm. dates, bust and L. std, 1838, O. no stars. G. 

to YFine. 6 pcs. 

2019 1838. Stars. Mint state. 

2020 1839. Stars, O. Mint 1840, no drpy. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

2021 1842. O. Small date. VF. Rare. 

2022 1843. Abt. F. ’48 F. 3 pcs. 

2023 1853, arrows — 57-58-59 the last O. Mint. VF to about Unc. 4 pcs. 

2024 1859. Unc. 60, 61 last 2 proofs. 3 pcs. 

2025 1864, 1871. Proofs. Both rare. 2 pcs. 

2026 1873, ar, 76, 77, 80. Pfs. 4 pcs. 

2027 1881. (Pf.) ’2-3-4-56. Unc. 6 pcs. 

2028 1891-2-3, 1904-9-10-12-13, last 5 proofs, others Unc. 9 pcs. 

TLLDEN U. S. HALF DIMES 

The Finest Collection in Existence. Contains an 1802 and Many Gems. 

2029 1792. Martha Washington. Head of Liberty to left, said to have 

been patterned after portrait of Martha Washington herself. LIB. 
PAR. OF SCIENCE & INDUSTRY. — 1792. Rx. Eagle flying to the 
left. Below it HALF— DISME (star) ; UNI. STATES OF AMER- 
ICA. Uncirculated. Best example known. Struck from George 
Washington’s family plate. Valued at $100. Plate. 

2030 1794. Head of Liberty to r, with flowing hair. LIBERTY, stars, 

date. Small eagle stands with open wings facing to right. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Wreath. Newlin No. 1. Very fine. Rare. 
Plate. 

2031 1794. Similar type. Newlin No. 2. Sharp, Uncirculated. Finest 

known. V. Rare. Plate. 

2032 1795. Very similar general type. Newlin No. 1. Almost Unc. Rare. 

Plate. 

2033 1795. Newlin No. 2. V. Fine. Plate. 

2034 1795. New r lin No. 3. Almost Unc. Rare. Plate. 

2035 1795. Newlin No. 5. Fine. Rare. Plate. 

2036 1795. Newlin No. 7. Uncirculated. Very rare. Plate. 



112 



U. S. HALF DIMES 



2037 179 6. Fillet head of Liberty. Stars, date. Rx. Small eagle stand- 

ing on clouds, wings open. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
Wreath. Perfect die with 1 and 6 recut. Sharp, uncirculated. One 
of best known. Exceedingly rare. Plate. 

2038 1796. Recut figure 6 in date. Very fine. V. Rare. Plate. 

2039 1797. Tilden variety. Obv. 16 stars. Rx. 15 leaves at left of the 

wreath. Unique. Fine. Plate. 

2040 1797. Sixteen stars. Sixteen leaves on left branch of wreath. Unc. 

V. Rare. Plate. 

2041 1797. Fifteen stars. 15 leaves at left part of wreath. Unc., sharp. 
V. R. Plate. 

2042 179 7. 13 stars. 19 leaves at left of wreath. Abt. Unc. V.R. Plate. 

2043 1800. Fillet, head Rx. Heraldic eagle. Perfect word LIBERTY. 

Last star at right recut, and die broken upward through date to 
bust. Ex. F. Rare. Plate. 

2044 1800. Perfect die in every respect. Ex. F. Plate. 

2045 1800. LIBERTY error variety. About fine. 

2046 1801. Very fine. Very rare. Plate. 

VERY RARE 1802 HALF DIME 

2047 Fillet head as last. Rx. Heraldic eagle. Good, the date fine. One 

of about sixteen known specimens. I hold the record for this date, 
made at the James B. Wilson sale in 1908 ($710.00). Plate. 



VARIOUS HALF DIMES 



2048 


1803. 


Small 8 in date. 


Fine. Rare. 




2049 


1803. 


Large 8 in date. 


Very fine. V.R. Plate. 




2050 


1805. 

V.R. 


Rared as next in 


rarity in older half dimes 


to 1802. Fine. 


2051 


1829. 


Bust of Liberty 


to left, stars, date. Rx. 


Small eagle on 



branch. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA — 5c. E. PLURIBUS 
UNUM on band. 3 varieties of spacings, etc. on reverse. Unc. 
3 pcs. 



2052 


1829. 


Several die 


varieties. 


Unc. 4 pc3s. 






2053 


1830. 


Two varieties of reverse. Ex. F. & Unc. 2 


pcs. 




2054 


1831. 


All different 


reverses. 


Unc. 3 pcs. 






2055 


1831. 


Several var. 


of rev. 


Unc. 3 pcs. 






2056 


1832. 


All different 


reverses, 


spacings, large & small 5c, 


etc. Unc. 




5 pcs. 












2057 


1833. 


Remarkable 


collection 


of varieties. Mostly 


Unc. 


bright. 7 



pcs. 



u. s. HALF DIMES 



113 



line., bright. 2 



pcs. 



2058 1834. Wide and close spaced 5c, large & small, etc. Unc. 3 pcs. 

2059 1835. Remarkable collection of varieties, largest number known. 

Mostly Unc. 9 pcs. 

2060 1836. Collection of varieties, one about proof. Unc. 4 p C8 . 

2061 1837. Bust type. Unusual lot of varieties. Unc., bright 4 pcs 

2062 1837. Lib. std. Large date 1 with 1 and 7 double struck. Bright 

Unc. 2 pcs. 

2063 1837. Smallest date, 1 with 7 double cut. 

2064 1838. Stars. About proof. 

2065 1838. Stars. Sharp Unc., brilliant. 2 pcs. 

2066 1838. O. Without stars. Uncirculated. V.R. 

2067 1839. Unc.’ bright. 3 pcs. 

2068 1839. O. 2 var. Fine to Unc. 3 pcs. 

2069 1840. No drpy. Proof. Rare Rev. die break. 

2070 1840. Die broken thro date. No drpy. Unc. 

2071 1840. Several varieties. No drpy. Unc. 4 pcs. 

2072 1840. Drapery to elbow. Unc. Rare. 

2073 1841. Unc., bright. Rare. 

2074 1841. Unc., bright. Rare. 2 pcs. 

2075 1841. O. Unc. Rare. 

2076 1841. O. V. Fine. Rare. 

2077 1842. About equal to proof. Rare. 

2078 1842. Unc. Rare. 

2079 1842. Unc. & Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

2080 1842. O. Fine. V. Rare. 

2081 1843. Lightly and heavily cut dates. Unc. 2 pcs. 

2082 1843. Perf. & B. dies. Unc. 2 pcs. 

2083 1844. Double cut 8. Unc. 

2084 1844. Perfect and double cut 8s. Unc. 2 pcs. 

2085 1844. Perfect and double cut 8. Unc. 2 pcs. 

2086 1844. O. VG & F. 2 pcs. 

2087 1845. Heavily cut date. Unc. 

2088 1845. Lightly cut date. Unc. 

2089 1845. Heavily cut date. Unc. 2 'pcs. 

2090 184 6. Sharp. Uncirculated. V. R. Plate. 

2091 1847. Sharp, Unc., bright. 

2092 1847. Unc., almost proof. 

2093 1847. Ex. F. & Unc. 2 pcs. 

2094 1848. Large date. Unc. Rare. 

2095 1848. Large date, Unc. 

2096 1848. Small date. Unc., Scarce. 



114 



U. S. HALF DIMES 



2097 

2098 

2099 

2100 
2101 
2102 

2103 

2104 

2105 

2106 

2107 

2108 

2109 

2110 
2111 
2112 

2113 

2114 

2115 

2116 

2117 

2118 

2119 

2120 
2120a 
2121 
2121a 
2122 

2123 

2124 

2125 

2126 

2127 

2128 

2129 

2130 



2131 

2132 

2133 



1848. Small date. Unc. 

1849. over 1848. Unc. V. Rare. 

1849. 1 and 8 twice engraved. Rare. Unc. 

1849. Double struck 9. Ex. F. 1849, O. F. 2 pea. 

1850. Proof surface. Unc. Rare. 

1860. O. Fine. Rare. 

1851. 1851, O. Unc., 2 pcs. 

1851. O. Unc. 

1852. Unc. 1852, O. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

1853. No arrows. Almost proof. Rare. 

1853. No arrow-heads at date, New Orleans Mint. Excessively rare. 

First we have ever offered. Good to very good. 

1853, arrows, Unc., 1853, O, slight differences in O. 2 Unc. 4 pcs. 

1853, 1854, arrows. Bright Unc. 3 pcs. 

1854, 1855, 1855, O. Unc. 3 pcs. 

1856. Brilliant proof. V. Rare. 

1856. Date near and far from bust. Unc. 2 pcs. 

1856. O. Unc. Rare. 

1857. Brilliant t>roof. 

1857. Unc., 1857, O. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

1858. Unc., 1859. Proof. 2 pcs. 

1858. O. Ex. F. 1859, O. last Unc., bright. 2 pcs. 

1860. 1861. Proofs. Rare. 2 pcs. 

1860. O Unc, '62 Proof. 2 pcs. 

1863, 1865, Br. Proofs. Rare. 2 pcs. 

1863. S. Mint. Bright Unc. Finest known. Very rare. 

1864. Br. Proof. Rare. 

1864. S. Mint. Sharp, Unc., bright. Exc. Rare thus. Finest known. 

1865. S. Mint. Unc. V.R. state. 

1866. '67 Br. Proof. 2 pcs. 

1866. S. Mint. Ex. Fine. V. Rare state. 

1867. S. Mint Unc. V. Rare state. 

1868-69-70. Br. Proofs. 3 pcs. 

1868. S. Mint. Unc. V. scarce. 

1869. S. Mint. Unc. V. Rare state. 

1871-72-73, proofs. 3 pcs. 

1871. S. Mint. The S. inside wreath. Uncirculated. Rarest S. F. 
half dime. Almost impossible to get in this state. We have never 
had it before uncirculated. 

18 72. The E. in wrth. Unc. Rare, more so than the other variety. 

1872. S. Mint. Unc. Rare. The S below wrth. 

1873. S. Unc. Last year of type and mint. 



115 



COMPLETE COLLECTION OF FIVE CENTS NICKEL 

2134 1866 to 1920 inclusive. Includes all the rare dates like 1877 and 

1878, choice lot, proofs to 1908, after that all Unc. Best lot we 
have ever offered. 88 pcs. 



SET OF THREE CENTS SILVER 

2135 1851. (0 and P) 2-3-4, 1859-60 to 1873, inclusive, excepting only 

1864. The first five brilliant Unc., balance brilliant proofs. Very 
unusual lot, with all but 1 of the rare ’60s and ’70s. 19 pcs. 



BALANCE OF THE SET OF 3c SILVER 



2136 


1855. 


Brilliant Unc. 


First we h 


2137 


1856. 


Brilliant proof. 


V. Rare. 


2138 


1857. 


Brilliant proof. 


V. Rare. 


2139 


1858. 


Brilliant proof. 


Rare. 


2140 


1864. 


Brilliant proof. 


V. Rare. 



COMPLETE COLLECTION OF THREE CENTS NICKEL COINS 

2141 1866 to 1889, inclusive. With rare 1877 and 1878 and both varieties 

of 1887. Mostly brilliant proofs, balance Unc. Unusual lot. 29 
pcs. 

SET OF TWO CENTS BRONZE 

2142 1864 to 1873, inclusive. All brilliant proofs, the last date. Very 

rare. Note. It lacks the small motto of 1864. Best set we have 
had. 10 pcs. 

TILDEN SET OF LARGE U. S. CENTS 

2143 1793. Chain America. Variety with period after word Liberty. 

Slight nicks. A very good specimen still. V. Rare. 

2144 1793. Chain America. Good. Rare. 

2145 1793. Wreath, edge lettered. Cr. 11-J. Obv. Fine. Rev. Good. 

Rare. 

2146 1793. Wreath, vine and bars. Cr. 10-1 Rarity, about fine. Crosby 

speaks of its rarity. 

2147 1793. Wreath, vine & bars. Cr. 7-F. Good. Rare. 

2148 1794. Hays 32. Fallen 4. Very good. 

2149 1794. Hays 52. Dent, or flan defect back of head, otherwise about 

uncirculated. Medium brown color. V.R. 



116 



U. S. CENTS 



2150 

2151 

2152 

2153 

2154 



2155 

2156 

2157 



2158 

2159 

2160 
2161 

2162 

2163 
2163a 

2164 

2165 

2166 

2167 

2168 

2169 

2170 

2171 

2172 

2173 

2174 

2175 

2176 

2177 

2178 

2179 



1794. Hays 56. Abt. fine. Rare. 

1795. Thick flan, 5 on bust, edge lettered. Good. Rare. 

1795. Thin flan. ONE CENT low. Almost uncirculated. Dark 
brown. Rare. 

1796. L. Cap. Gilbert A. Good. 

1796. Fillet. 9 and 6 in date closer together than any shown, the 
6 lower than the 9. 1 7 and 9 widely spaced. Rx. 6 berries in right 
stem, 3 berries, highest one very small, in left stem. Ribbon broken 
on both sides at the top C in cent too far to left and N tilted to the 
left. Very good. May be a new number. 

1796. Fillet. Gilbert 2. With hyphen 17-96. Rx. Bad die breaks 
all over bottom and lower right side of wreath. Good. Rarity. 

1797. Break at rim, stemless. Good to VG. 

1798. Small, close date; break near end of LIBERTY. 9 berries 
in wrth. short f. bar. Diagonal break from rim downward through 
fraction. Very fine. V. Rare. 

1799. Good. Very rare. 

1800-1801-1802, second 1/000. VG to fine. 3 pcs. 

1803. Small 1/00. 10 berries; stems. Very fine. 

1803. Double S on rev, double fraction bar & V. small 1/100 va- 
riety Good. 2 pcs. 

1803. With largest size 3. Rare, fairly good. 

1804. Very fair. V. Rare. The date is strong. 

1804. Restrike. Very good. 

1805. double cut 5 Fine to very fine. Rare. 

1806. Very fine. Very rare, medium brown color. 

1807 over 6. Fine. Scarce. 

1807. Perf, small 1/100. V. Good 1808 13 stars, VG. 2 pcs. 

1809. Fine to very fine. V. Rare. 

1810. Perf. Fine. 

1810. over date. Fine. 

1811. Perf. date. Very good; rare. 

1812. Smallest date. Very fine. Dark color. 

1813. S. over berry at top of wrth V. Fine. Rare. 

1814. Crosslet 4. Very fine, dark color. 

1814. Plain 4. Almost uncirculated. Dark, clossy brown. 

1816. B. die. Unc., red. 

1817. 13 stars. Date l 8 17. Unc., red. 

1817. 15 stars. Fine. Rare. 

1817. Perf. die. Abt. Unc., light brown. Rare. 



2180 

2181 

2182 

2183 

2184 

2185 

2186 

2187 

2188 

2189 

2190 

2191 

2192 

2193 

2194 

2195 

2196 

2197 

2198 

2199 

2200 

2201 

2202 

2203 

2204 

2205 

2206 

2207 

2208 

2209 

2210 

2211 

2212 

2213 

2214 

2215 

2216 

2217 

2218 



U. S. CENTS 



117 



1818. B. Die. Unc., red. 

1819. S. date. Unc., red. 

1819. Another. Unc., partly red. 

1820. Small, even date, large 2, small O. Unc., bright red. V. Rare. 

1820. Small 2, large O, B. die. Unc., half red. 

1821. Wide date. Fine. Rare, above average. 

1822. Closest date Ex. fine. Rare. 

1823 overdate. Nearly fine. Rare. 

1824, wide date ’25 VG. 2 pcs. 

1826. Very high fig. 6 V. Fine. 

1827. Coronet points past 7. Ex. Fine. 

182 8. Large date, very close. V. Fine. 

1829. Ex. fine, black steel color. 

1830. Perf. die, Fine. 

1831. Die broken all around Abt. Unc. 

1832. S. close date. Ex. F. Light brown. 

1833. Perf. die. Ex. fine. 

1834. L. Date. S. stars. Unc. L. brown. 

1835. Blunt diadem. Ex. fine, L. brown. 

1836. Perf V. Fine. 

1837. PI. h. c. Unc., red. 

1836, 1837 break at rim. Beaded h. c. VF. 2 pcs. 

1838. Unc., med. brown. 

1839. Booby head. Unc. 

1839, over 1836. Fine for coin. Best one we have had for some- 
time. A little rubbing on hair. 

1840. L. date. Ex. F. Date letters touch each other. 

1840. L. date. Date letters apart Unc., brown. 

1841. About Unc., choice cent. 

1842. L. Date. Abt. Unc. 

1843. Obv. & rev. '42. Ex. Fine. 

1843. Obv. ’42. Ex. F. Fine, glossy brown. 

1843. Obv. & rev. of 1844. Unc., nearly bright red. Very rare. 

1844. Almost Unc., glossy brown. Scarce. 

1845. Unc., red. 

1846. Medium high date. Abt. Unc. 

184 6. Smallest date, recut 6. Unc., red. Scarce. 

1847. Fig. 1 just touches bust. Unc., red. 

1848. Ex. Fine. 

1849. Unc. 



118 



U. S. CENTS 



2219 


1850- 


51 (2 dies). 


Unc., red. 


3 pcs. 


2220 


1851. 


over 1881. 


Unc., red. 


Rare. 


2221 


1852- 


53-55, straight 


5s. Unc., red. 3 pcs. 


2222 


1855. 


Slanting 5. 


Bright red. 




2223 


1855. 


Knobbed ear 


; ’56 2 var. 


Fine to Unc. 


2224 


1857. 


Large date. 


Unc., red. 


Scarce. 


2225 


1857. 


Small date. 


Unc., red. 


Scarce. 



3 pcs. 



TILDE N COLLECTION OF U. S. HALF CENTS 
Classified by the Standard work on the subject, by Mr. Ebenezer Gilbert, 



of New 


York. 


The Book for sale by us. Heavy paper cover, $3.00. 


Cloth 


binding, $4.00. 


AH dates shown on the plates. 




2226 


1793. 


Gilbert No. 1. Nearly fine. Rare. 




2227 


1793. 


G. 4 Obv. about fine. Rx. good, but center weak as 


usual. 




HALF 


CENT hardly shows. 




2228 


1794. 


Gilbert No. 1. Very good. Scarce. 




2229 


1794. 


Gilbert 8. Very fine. Very rare, medium olive. 




2230 


1795. 


Gilbert 1. Lettered edge. Fine. Rare, light brown 


color. 


2231 


1795. 


Gilbert No. 3. Lettered edge. Fine, brown color. Rare. 


2232 


1795. 


Gilbert 5. Plain edge. Very fine. Rare. 




2233 


1797. 


Gilbert No. 3. Good. Rare. 




2234 


1797. 


Gilbert 4. Very good. Rare. 




2235 


1800. 


Uncirculated, partly red. V.R. state. 




2236 


1802. 


Good. Rare. 




2237 


1803. 


Gilbert 2. Very fine. 




2238 


1803. 


Gilbert No. 3. Very fine. Rare. 




2239 


1804. 


Gilbert No. 1. Rarity 2. Plain 4 — stems. Good. 




2240 


1804. 


Gilbert 2. Uncirculated, red. If a cent would bring $500 in 




this condition. 




2241 


1804. 


G. 4. Uncirculated. Choice. 




2242 


1804. 


G. 5. Good, also G. 7 VF. 2 pcs. 




2243 


1804. 


Gilbert 8. Various shades of breaks. VF. 2 pcs. 




2244 


1805. 


G. 1 Ex. Fine, light brown. 




2245 


1805. 


G. 3 Almost Unc. 




2246 


1806. 


G. 1. Ex. Fine. 




2247 


1806. 


G. 3. Unc., red. 




2248 


1807. 


Uncirculated, or about so. 




2249 


1808. 


G. 1. overdate. Rare. Fine, dark color. 





U. S. HALF CENTS 



119 



2250 

2251 

2252 

2253 

2254 

2255 

2256 

2257 

2258 

2259 

2260 
2261 
2262 

2263 

2264 

2265 

2266 



2267 

2268 
2269 



2270 

2271 

2272 

2273 

2274 

2275 



1808. G. 2 V. Fine. 

1808. G. 2. V. Fine. 

1809. G. 2 Unc., reddish color. 

1809. G. 2. Ex. fine. 

1809. G. 4. Uncirculated. 

1809. G. 5 V. Fine, reddish color. 

1810. Uncirculated. Sharp impression. V. R. state. < _ 

1811. Perfect stars. Fine. Rare. 

1811. Similar. Very good. Rare. 

1825. G. 1 1826, G. 1, 2. VF. 3 pcs. 

1828. G. 3, 12 stars. Uncirculated. 

1828. G. 1 and 2, first red. Unc. 2 pcs. 

1829. Unc., half red. Rare state. 

1832. G. 1. Unc. 33, red. 2 pcs. 

1832. G. 1, 1834. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

1835. G. 1. Ex. F. No. 2. Red, Unc. 2 pcs. 
1849-50-51-53-54-55-57. Unc., mostly red. 7 pcs. 

COMPLETE SET OF SMALL U. S. CENTS 

185 6. Flying eagle. Copper nickel. Uncirculated. In greatest de- 
mand with high records made recently in these sales. 

1857. Eagle. Perfect die; another with die badly broken below 
wreath at rim. Unc. 2 pcs. 

Complete set of U. S. Cents from 1857 to 1920 inclusive, with the 
mint marks. Ones from 1864 to 1909 nearly all proofs, later ones 
bright red., Unc. The best set we have offered. Remarkable as- 
semblage of varieties dates and mints. 117 pcs. 

ANCIENT SILVER COINS 

Sicyon. Triobol. Fine; Helmantica. Bearded head r. Rider, last 
Ex. F. and rare so. 2 pcs. 

Roman Family denarii. Head of Romulus bearded. Rx. Ceres std. 

B. 9. Ex. F. Memmia family. Rare. 

Cassia. Head of Liberty to r. Rx. Temple of Vesta. Babelon. 8 
Fine. 

Cordia. Head of Venus. Rx. Dolphin, Tituris. Rx. Capture of Sa- 
bine women, another with statue of Philip on Rx. VG. & F. 3 pcs. 
Caecilia Poblicia, etc. Some rare & fine. 4 pcs. 

Cestia, Postumia, etc., some fine & scarce. 6 pcs. 



120 



ANCIENT SILVER 



2276 (B.C. 44). Julius Caesar. Head of Venus r. Two captives by foot 

of a trophy. Cohen 3. Fine. 

2271 M. Antony. Galley. Legion VI. VGood; Vespasian. Good. 2 pcs. 
2278 Augustus. First Roman Emperor (period B.C. 27). Naked head to r. 
Rx. Quadriga on arch. Fine. Rare. 

227 9 Tiberius. Tribute penny of the Bible, mentioned in St. Matthew. 

Head r. Rx. Livia std. PONTIF MAXIM. Ins. off obv. at left. 
Fine. 

2280 Domitian. Rx. Peace stdg; Trajan. Bust r. 3 standards SPQR 

OPTIMO etc. Hadrian. Bust r. Health std 1. Fine. 3 pcs. 

2281 Domitian. Rx. Valor stdg; M. Aurelius. Rx. Fortune std. Caracalla. 

Rx. Health; S. Severus. Rx. Rome std, VG. to F. 4 pcs. 

2282 Ant. Pius. Rx. Emperor enthroned 1; Sept. Severus, several re- 

verses. Some fine. 5pcs. 

2283 Sept. Severus. Bust r. Rx. AFRICA. Africa std; another, with title, 

PART MAX added; a third. Rx. Lion to r. INDULGENTIA AVGG, 
Fine. 3 pcs. 

22 84 Julia Maesa Empress std 1. Caracalla Busts r. Rx. Liberality and, 

j» 

Plenty std. Fine. 3 pcs. 

2285 Caracalla. Double denarius, the rare size. Head to r. Name. Rx. 

Sun standing. P. M. T. R. P. etc. V.F. 

TILDEN COLLECTION 

FOREIGN SILVER OF DOLLAR AND THALER SIZE 

2286 1641. Styria. Double crown, extra broad flan. Bust of Ferdinand 

III. r. Name, titles. Rx. Titles as duke of Burgundy, etc. Very 
fine. Rare. 

2287 1714. Tyrol. Chas. VI. Elaborate bust in long curls to r. Rx. 

Arms. About Unc. 

2288 1794. Mainz. X EINE FEINE MARCKE. Rx. Arms. CHUR 

MAINZ. Very fine. Rare. 



2289 


1791. 


Utrecht. 


Knight charging to r. Arms. 


Crown, 


VF. 


2290 


L804. 


Geo. III. 


Bank of England 5 Shillings. 


Unc., 


choice. 


2291 


1814. 


Prussia. 


Fredk. Wm. III. Thaler. 


Fine. 




2292 


1852. 


Holland. 


Wilhelm. 2 y 2 G. Fine. 








2293 


1851. 


Switzerland. Helvetia std. 5 Fes. 


Ex. 


F. 




2294 


1811. 


France. 


Napoleon I. 5 Fes. VG. 








2295 


1827. 


Chas. X. 


5 Fes. VFine. 








2296 


1831. 


L. Philippe. 5 Fes. Fine. 









FOREIGN SILVER 



121 



5297 

2298 

2299 



2300 

2301 

2302 

2303 

2304 

2305 

2306 

2307 

2308 

2309 

2310 

2311 

2312 

2313 

2314 

2315 

2316 



2317 



2318 

2319 

2320 

2321 



18 74. Third Rep. 3 Figs. stdg. 5 Fes. VF. 

186 9. Belgium. Leop. II. 5 Fes. Fine. 

189 7. England. Bust of Victoria, crowned and veiled to the left. 
Name. 3 shields crowned. 60th year of reign. Br. Proof Medal. 
AR. double florin size. Rare. 

Canton, China. Dragon dollar. Unc. 

Yuan Shi Kai. Large bust 1, military style. Dollar. Last issue. Unc. 

1809. Majorca. Ferd. VII 5 Pc. Pierced. Good. 

1834. Porto Rico. Cstp F-70, crowned, on Peru Sol. Fine. 

1828. Bolivia. 8 Reals. Bolivar. Fine. 

1834. Peru. Lib. stdg holding staff and shield. Arms. Sol. Unc. 
1823. Peru. Libre. 8 Reals. 2 by pillars, F. 

1817. Santiago. Volcano 8 Reals. Ex. Fine. 

186 8. Cliila. Large condor peso. Fine. 

1810. Portugal. 9 60. R. VF. 

1826. Brazil Peter I. 960. R. Value. Rx. Shield, crowned. Unc, 
Scarce year and ruler. 

1821. Zacatecas. Ferd. VII. 8 R. Ex. F. 

19 03. Philippines. Peso. S. Mint. Ex. F. 

1822. Mexico. Augustin. I. head. 8 R. VG. 

186 6. Maximilian (executed): 8 Reals. Fine. 

189 4. Hermosillo. Cap radiated. Eagle. 8 Reals. Bright Unc. 
Rare mint. 

1896. Zacatecas. 8 Reals. Similar. Proof surface. 

CHOICE SETS OF SILVER COINS 

18 92. Boer Republic. Complete set of Proof coins all brilliant. 3 
and 6 pence, 1, 2, 2(4 and 5 shillings, the last with double shaft 
to wagon. Edges milled. Very rare, sold per piece. 6 pcs. 
Abyssinia Lagrange type dollar, half, 2 5 and 12 (4 c size, the 5c piece 
missing. Ex. fine. Rare. Sold as 4 pcs. 

1894. New Guinea. Bird of Paradise. % ,1,2 and 5 Marks. Un- 
der Germany. Obsolete issue. Unc. Rare. 4 pcs. 

1883. Hawaii. Kalakua. Bust, dime, quarter half and dollar. Unc. 
4 pcs. 

Persia. Lion and sword type, half dime size (2 types), 10c, 20c, 40c 
and dollar (the last with solder spots on back), others VF. Sold 
as 6 pcs. 



122 

2322 

2323 

2324 

2325 

2326 

2327 

2328 

2329 

2330 

2331 

2332 

2333 

2334 

2335 

2336 

2337 

2338 

2339 

2340 

2341 

2342 

2343 



FOREIGN SILVER UNDER DOLLAR SIZE 



England, etc. (1277). Edw. I. Pence York and London, F. & G. 

2 pcs. 

Edw. III. Groat London. Henry VI. Groat Calais. VG. & F. 2 pcs. 
Chas. I. Rose penny Good; Commonwealth, 1651 6 pence (holed); 

2 and 1 P. Good. 4 pcs. 

Chas. I. Briot pattern 3 pence. Bust to r. Rx. Linked Cs under 
crown. FIDEI DEFENSOR., good. V. Rare. 

Scotland. Bust Chas I. to 1. Thistle, 2 0 pence (3 pence size). Ex. 
F. Rare. 

England. Edw. VI. Shilling. Tower mint. F. 

1820. Geo. IV. Half crown. Ex. F. 

1884 Florin. Unc. 1812. Bank IS 6 D. F. 2 pcs. 

1822. Anchor *4, y 8 and 1/16 Dol. F. 4 pcs. 

1711. Anne. 6 p Wm. & Mary, Victoria, etc. Mostly maunday 
money up to 3 pence. Fine (1 holed). 13 pcs. 

1820. Anchor 1/16 dol. Rare; another, 1822. Ex. F. 2 pcs. 

1882. Canada. Hamilton Mint 50c. Unc.; 1858 20 Cents. Ex. F. 
2 pcs. 

Switzerland Various coins, Soleure, Zurich, Luzern, etc., up to 2 Fc 
size. Some VFine & scarce. 9 pcs. 

France, from 1643-4. Louis XIV. 1/10 Ecu; 1785. Louis XVI, 
same size & smaller to Napoleon III. F. to Unc. 7 pcs. 

1809. Brit. Guiana % G; 1816, 1836, % G; 1891, 4 pence; 1832-5- 
6 Vs G. Fine to Unc. Scarce lot. 8 pcs. 

(1492-1506). Spain. Ferd & Isabel. Half Real, VF. 1819. Ferd. 
VII. 2 Reals, last Bright Unc. (Mex Mint). 2 pcs. 

1792. Chas. IV. 4 Reals, (Madrid); 1811. Jos. Napoleon 4 R; 
1852. Brazil 1,000 R. VF. 3 pcs. 

1830. Bolivia. Half Peso; An 26, Hayti 50c (base); 1915, Cuba. 

50c; 1822. Anchor V, dollar. F. 4 pcs. 

Others from Cuba, Hayti, Uruguay, Portugal (1863, Louis). Fc. & 
25c size; Cuba, Nicaragua, Portugal, etc. (dime size 1 holed) and 
half dime, Panama, S. Am. Spain. Some VFine. 19 pcs. 

Oriental, etc. 179 6. Gold Coast 1 Takoe GR crowned. P. G. en- 
graved in field, and holed, otherwise rare So. Afr. Rep. Shill, 1897 
and Sassanian drachm, last two fine. 3 pcs. 

Corea. Two escalloped, openwork charms in silver. Rare so. 2 pcs. 
Turkey, *4 dot; Ceylon 50, 25 and 10c; Madras fanam, double fanam 
and five fanams. VF to Unc. 7 pcs. 



2344 

2345 

2346 

2347 

2348 

2349 

2350 

2351 

2352 

2353 

2354 

2355 

2356 

2357 

2358 

2359 

2360 

2361 

2362 



FOREIGN SILVER 



123 

Tiavancore, 2 small; Papan (2), D. E. Indies, China, Hessen, Dutch, 
Danish, etc., a few base & nickel included. Fine lot. Some scarce. 
22 pcs. 

Bohemia, early, denier size (2), Salzburg, 1/6 thal (holed); Zeeland, 
Raima, etc., mostly small, some old & scarce. 13 pcs. 

Early Russian Wire money kopeks (5); (A.D. 1367). Venice. An- 
drew Contarini Soldino. VF. (2). Some G. 7 pcs. 

(A.D. 1367). \ enice Andrew Contarini. Lion. Rx. Doge standing. 
Soldino. Fine lot. 7 pcs. 

Medals. Revolution, 1776. Woman seated working with flax. Mono- 
gram. Art is the Handmaid of Human Good. 25; Silver. Ex. F. 
1876. France. Essai Monetaire — 1876. Paris. Nickel proof. 

T1LDEN NUMISMATIC BOOKS, CATALOGUES, ETC. 

Atkins. (James). Tradesmens Tokens of the 18th Cent. Cloth, pages 
loose, half calf. Contents fair state. 

Kenyon (R.L.). Gold Coins of England. Illustr. Half calf. Good; 
scarce. 

Hazlitt (W.C.). Coinage of European Continent. Illustr, also bound 
supplement. VF copies, octavo. 2 pcs. 

Matthews. Coinages of the World. Ancient & Modern. Illustr. Cloth. 
Dye ( Jno.S.). Coin Encyclopaedia, illustr. Cloth 1150 pages. Cloth, 
Oct. Fine. Scarce. 

(Scott). Coins of the Bible, illustr. 16 Mo. with four metal fac 
similes of bible coins. VF. 1 lot. 

Boyne (Wm.) Tokens, 17th Century. Illustr. 42 plates. Rare. 
Cloth. 628 pp. F. 

Humphreys (Noel). Coinage of British Empire. London 1854. With 
many plates, some in colors. Quarto, cloth, cover skinned. Good. 
Scarce. 

Humphreys, (Noel). Coin Collector’s Manual. Octavo. Cloth, il- 
lustr. 1883. V.F. 2 pcs. 

Humphreys (Noel). Gold, Silver & Copper Coins of England. 6th 
Ed. 1849. 12 Mo., Half Mor Plates, VG. 

Akerman (J.Y.). Rare and Unedited Roman coins. Many plates. 

2 vols. Calf about 500 p each, VF. 2 pcs. 

1677. Oisello (Jac). Thesaurus Numismatum Antiquorum. Large 
calf volume with copper plates, VG. 

Rawlings, (G.). Coins & How to Know Them. Cloth, illustr. Oct. 
369 pp, VF. Scarce. 



124 



NUMISMATIC BOOKS, CATALOGS, &C. 



2363 Scotts Gold & Silver Coins, 1893 ed. Cloth. Fine. Rare. 

2364 Rodgers (Chas.J.). Coin Collecting in Northern India, quarto illustr, 

cloth, YG. 

2365 Storer (Malcolm). Vernon Medals. Cloth and boards. VFine. 

236 6 ^Marshall (Geo.). View of Silver Coin & Coinage of Great Britain 

from 1662 to 1837. Cloth. Good. Scarce. 

236 7 Henry (J.). Compilation of English Silver Coins issued since the 
conquest, with their values 12 Mo, cloth illustr. F. 

2368 Ede (J.). A View of Gold & Silver Coins of All Nations. Many old 

copper Opiates. 12 Mo, cloth, Good. 

2369 A Manual of Roman Coins, pub. W. H. Johnson, London. 21 plates. 

Oct. Fine. Scarce. 

2370 Edwards (Edw.). Napoleon Medals. London, 1837. Plates after 

Collas method 4 0 large plates. Large folio. Cloth, part calf. VGood. 
Rare. 

2371 Medallic History of Napoleon, from year 1796 to 1815. London, 

1819, with 74 plates, 1 cover loose. Large quarto. Contents fine 
state. V. Rare. 

2372 Bonneville (Alphonse). Nouvelle Encyclopaedia Monetaire. Large 

folio with many full page plates. Half calf. Fine. Rare. 

2373 Robinson (John). Oriental Numismatics. Octavo, cloth. Fine. 

2374 Cattaneo (Da.G.). Descrizione Delle Medaglie, Napoleone. Thin 

quarto; with several plates. Roughly bound. Good. 

2375 Simon. Essay on Irish Coins, with Mr. Snellings Supplement, also 

an additional plate, etc.; also in same volume, Mint and Coins of 
Durham, by Mark Noble, Gent.; catalogue of coins of Canute In 
quarto volume, half calf. Plates. F. 

2376 Ruding (Rev. Rogers). Annals of the Coinage of Great Britain and 

its Dependencies. 3rd Edition, 3 quarto vols. Half calf. Fine 

Rare, with plates. Still standard work. 3 pcs. 

2377 Humphreys (Noel). Coinage of British Empire. London, 1855. 

Many plates, some in colors, with a most elaborate open %vork black 
binding with royal arms. Probably a presentation copy. Covers 
loose and damaged a little. Rare. 

2378 Basset (Th.). Discourse of Coin and Coinage. Invention of, etc. 

Small volume, calf, 1676. Calif. Fair state, also pamphlet, Coins 
of the New Testament, 4 pages. 2 pcs. 

2379 Betts-Low. American Colonial Medals. Illustr. Octavo, cloth. Fine. 

2380 Satterlee (Alf.H.). Medals and Tokens of Presidents of the U.S. 

and Presidential Candidates, Adams to Lincoln. Cloth, oct. Rare. 

2381 Frossard (Ed.) Franeo-Am. Jetons. Plate. Boards. VF. Rare. 



NUMISMATIC BOOKS, CATALOGS, &C. 



125 



2382 Comparette( Dr.T.L.) . Coins in Cabinet of U. S. Mint, 692 pp, cloth 

octavo, with plates. VF. Breton (P.N.). Coins of Canada. Half 
cloth & boards. Best ed. F. 2 pcs. 

2383 1864. W. Elliot Woodward Coll’n, priced, 3800 lots, Calf, G. 

2384 Stamp Catalogue. Priced catalogue of famous Hunter Sale, 6 days, 

1900, realized almost $27,000. Cloth. 

2385 Knox, (J.J.). U. S. Notes, plates. Cloth, VF. 

2386 Crosby (S.S.). The Early Coins of America. Standard work on the 

subject. Plates. Half Mor. Very good. Very rare. 

2386a Crosby (S.S.). Early Coins of America. Additional copy. Fine 
state. V. Rare. 

2387 Eastman (E.P.). Counterfeit & Spurious Bank Notes. Poughkeepsie, 

NY, 18 65; Current Gold & Silver coins of All Nations. Large 
quarto, cloth, plates, 1880. 

2388 Dickeson. (M.W.). Am. Numismatic Manuel. Currency of Abori- 

gines, Colonial, State and U. S. Coins. Thick cloth volume, 18 plates. 
F. 

2389 Scotts Silver and Gold Coins. Illustr. About 180 pp. paper. 

239 0 History of U..S. Mint, Evans, Illustr, cloth; Numismatic Blue Book, 
(Franklin); Prime. Coins, Medals and Seals, Cloth, Illustr. VG. 
3 pcs. 

2391 Heath’s Counterfeit Detector, 3 plates in green, 1 plate half cut out 

(extra). F. 

2392 Hickox (Jno.). Historial Account of Am. Coinage. Plates. Rare. 

Albany, NY 1858. Boards. Cover broken. Rare, contents fine. 

2393 Johnson, Edwin I. J. A. Bolen’s Medals, Cards and Fac Similes. 

Cloth, 1882. Rare. Fine. 

2394 Elder Rare Coin Book. 168 pages, 28 plates, U. S. & Foreign Prem- 

iums including ancient, and articles on coins, foreign exchange, 
Am. tokens, Indian medals, etc. Cloth. Fine. Scarce bound. 

2395 Snowden. Coins of All Nations, ancient & modern. Cloth 405 pp. 

F; Washington and the National Medals, by same author, with 
many steel plates. Two very good books. Cloth. Quarto. Fine. 
2 pcs. 

2396 Health. Infallible Counterfeit Detector. 2 plates in green. Quarto 

size. 

2397 Genuine Bank Notes (Register of). Notes issued by every bank in 

U. S. and Canada. Gwynne & Day, 1862. Large quarto. Fine. 

2398 Gilbert-Elder. U. S. Cents of 1796. Cloth, with plates. 

239D U. S Cents of 1795. Gilbert-Elder, with plates, new finding lists, 
prices realized, additional illustrations to Frossard. etc. Cloth. V. 
Fine. Scarce. 



126 



NUMISMATIC BOOKS, CATALOGS, &C. 



2400 Akerman (J.Y.). Tradesmen’s Tokens Current In London and its 

vicinity between 1648 and 1672. Many full page plates. Rare. 
Small folio. Cloth Rare. 

2401 Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes. Gwynne. Same as lot 

2397. fair state; Current Gold & Silver coins of All Nations. Large 
cloth full page plates. V. Fair. 2 pcs. 

2402 Frossard (Ed) Monograph U. S. Cents and Half cents, also Wash- 

ington and Colonial coins. 9 full page plates. Half imit. Mor. 
Octavo. Fine. Rare. 

2403 Bement Catalogue of European coins, partly priced; Chapman Auc- 

tion Sales Catalogues, half Imit. Mor. Bridgman, Wm. Boeing, Will- 
cox, Breton Coll’n. Wm. R. Weeks and Aug. Humbert Coll’ns. 
Priced. 2 pcs. 

2404 Low. Callender. Proclamation Money, etc. (1899). Kingman, 

Chinese coins. With plates. Priced. Boards. F. 

2405 Jackson Sale, 1913 U. S. C. Co. Priced. Coin Collector’s Manual, 

Jones, Phila. 1860. Large boards. 2 pcs. 

2406 Malcolm Jackson Sale. Plate catalogue, bound and priced. Fine. 

Rare. Nearly $14,000 proceeds. 

2407 Miller (H.C.). Catalogue by T. L. Elder. Cents and Half Cents, 

sold 1917. The cents and half cents realized over $8,000 (Larg- 
est amount ever realized for these coins at a single sale). Total 
of sale $11,313. With fine plates. Cloth and priced. 

2408 Holland Catalogue. (Banks) (4208 lots) Pratt Coll’n. Woodward 

Emory, Taylor and Loomis Collections priced; also thick volume 
of sales bound Haines Mercer Wm. J. Jenks, J. Grier Ralston Blan- 
chard last catalogue priced with plates in each sale. Rare pair. F. 
2 pcs. 

2409 Ramsey-McCoy Collection of American Political Medals and Coins. 

Most important token sale ever held probably. Priced with mag- 
nificent plates. V. Rare. Catalogue by T. L. Elder. 

2410 George C. Carlton Collection of American Coins 1917, 3 days. Priced 

cat. with fine photographic plates. VFine. Elder sale. 

2411 Foster Lardner catalogue (U. S. Coin Co.). Plates of fine cents, 

priced. Rare. V.F. 

2412 Bound sale cats, some priced, 1 with plates. Bispham & other sales; 

Another bound volume with Redlich and other sales, priced and 
2 with plates. 2 pcs. 

2413 Coin Collectors Journals. Complete. Yols. 1 to 12 inch All bound. 

Sold per volume as 12 pcs. V. Fine. Rare. 12 pcs. 



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2416 



2416 



2417 

2418 

2419 

2420 

2421 

2422 

2423 



2424 

2425 

2426 

2427 

2428 

2429 

2430 

2431 

2432 

2433 



2434 

2435 



Am. Journal of Numismatics. Vols. V to XXV inclusive. Clothbound 
Illustr. Sold as 21 pcs. 

Reports. Gen. Socty of War of 1812; Bound report of Mass. Society, 
Sons of the Am. Revolution. Names members, etc. 2 pcs. 

FROM CRAIG CLARE, N. Y. 

(1486-1519). Austria and Germany. Maximilian I. Thaler. King 
to right holding sword and sceptre. MAX1MILIANVS. ROMANOR. 
IMPERATOR SEMP AVG — 9. Rx. 5 shields. REX. ET PRINCEPS 
POT. PLURIUMQ. EVROPE. PVINClAR. Ex. fine. Very rare. 
Cost $20. Only 1 in my sales in a dozen years. 

1553. Ferdinand I. Bust r, holding sceptre, dividing date. Arms. 
F. Early date thaler. 

1564. Maximilian II. Bust r. Arms. Moravian Fhaler. F. 

1604. RudolpTi II. Double crown. Bust r, bearded. Tyrolean thick 
double thaler. Ex. F. and choice heavy coin. Almost Unc. 

1618. Mathias. Bust. Arms. Moravian thaler. F. 

1631. Ferd. II. (He started the 30 years war). Large bust r. 
Arms, crowned. Ex. F. Struck for Tyrol. 

1658. Ferd. III. Hungarian broad thaler, Kremnitz mint. Ex. 
fine. 

16 53. Hungary. Coronation thaler of Ferd. IV. FERDINAND IV — 
HVNG. ET. BOH. REX — etc. in 6 lines. Rx. Top of staff with star. 
PRO DEO ET POPULO. Loop removed. VFine. Rare. NOTE; — 
This monarch died in Vienna of Smallpox. 

168 4. Leopold Hogmouth. Broad type thaler with small bust. For 
Styria. Ex. fine, choice. 

1705. Tyrol. Joseph I. Bust r. Ex. F. ornate coin. 

1737. Chas. VI. Lust r. Rx. Arms. Tyrol thaler. Ex. F. 

1780. Maria Theresa. Levant thaler. Year of her death. Ex. F- 
1796. Flanders crown of Francis II. Abt. F. 

18 3 3. Hungary. Francis I. Bust. Crown. Ex. F. 

Ferdinand I. Bust. Lombardy crown. Ex. F. 

1855. Lombardy-Venice. Crown. Franc. Jos. I. Ex. F. 

1632. Sweden and Augsburg. Gustavus Adolphus. Crown. Bust 
facing. Arms. Ex. fine. Rare. 

18 89. Luxemburg. Pattern 5 Francs of Adolph. REGENCE DU 
DUC DE NASSAU — 5 FRANCS — 1889. Rx. Arms, crowned. 

GRANDE-DUCHE DE LUXEMBURG. About proof. Rare. 

1870. Pius IX. Bust 1. 5 LIRE 1870 in wrth. VF. 

1898. Holland. Wilhelmina 2 % G or Crown. Bust 1. Fine. Rare. 



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2436 1852. France. L. Napoleon. Coup-de Etat 5 Fca. Ex. F. Rare. 

2437 1622. Germany. Brunswick. Christian. Pfaffenfeind Thaler. Hand 

holding sword issuing from a cloud. TOUT AVEC DIEU (in 
French) — date 1622. Rx. CHRISTIAN HERTZ ZV BRAVNSCH. V. 
LVNENB. — GOTTES — FREVNDTDER PFAFFENN — FEINDT. 
Very fine. NOTE: — Christian after having laid in ashes many 
Westphalian cities, was decisively defeated by General Tilly at 
Stadtholm. All his coins are made from silver stolen from churches. 
Very rare. First I think in years in these sales. 

2438 (1519-56). Magdeburg. Chas. V. Bust r. Arms. Very good. Rare. 

2439 1661. Munster. Large, broad crown of Christ. Bernhardt at the 

retaking of the city after a long siege. City view, saint over it. Rx. 
Shield and 5 helms. PROTECTOR MEVS. ET etc. Ex. F. 

2440 1609. Mansfeld. St. George riding down dragon to left. DAVD CO. 

E. DO. I. MANSF. NOB. D. I. HEL. ET SCHRAPL. Rx. Shield 
divides date. BEIGOT — 1ST RATH — VND THAT — . NOTE: — This 
date was the talisman thaler. Officers of the 30 years war bought 
them for high prices, as it was believed this thaler protected against 
stroke and shot. Fine and rare. 

2441 1811.WestphaUa. Jerome Napoleon. Bust to r. Rx. EINE FEINE — 

MARK — 1811 — C; KOENIG VON WESTPHALEN FR— PR. Ex. 
fine. Scarce. 

2442 1744. Augsburg. Charles VII. Largest size bust to r. Name, 

titles. Rx. Handsome city- view, with spires, churches, etc. AVGV- 
STA VINDELICORVB. date. Brilliant proof. Gem. Finest offered. 
Rare emperor. 

2443 17 54. Regensburg. Franciscus. View thaler. Fine. 

2444 1775. Joseph II. Regensburg view thaler. Small solder spot at 

edge. FinS. 

2445 1791. Regensburg. Bust Leopold II. Rx. Crossed keys in wrth. 

MONETA REIP. RATISBONENSIS. Loop skilfully removed. Fine. 

2446 1906. Baden. Fredfl. & Luise 5 Mks 50th Wedding anniversary. 

Busts r. V.F. 

2447 1911. Wurtemburg. Proof 3 Marks. Busts, Wilhelm and Charlotte. 

Jubilee coin. Rare. 

24 4 8 1904. Wurtemburg. Wilhelm II. Bearded r. 5 Marks. Ex. F. 

2449 1904. Hessen. Jubilee 5 Marks, 1504 — 1904. Busts two rulers to 

1. Unc. Rare. 

24 50 1875. Bavaria. Ludwig II. Bust 5. Mks. F. 

2451 1902. Saxony. Albert. Bust. 5 Mks. F. 



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2452 



2453 

2454 



2455 

2456 

2457 

2458 

2459 

2460 

2461 

2462 

2463 

2464 

2465 

2466 

2467 



2468 



2469 

2470 

2471 

2472 



2473 

2474 

2475 

2476 



Prussia. Thalers of Fredk the great, Fredk Win. II (1794) Fredk. 
Wm. Ill (1818); Fredk. Wm. IV. (1846); Sieges Thaler of Wil- 
liam I. 1871. Fine. 5 pcs. 

1 1 01-1901. Lusts. Fredk I and Wm. II. 1. 5 Marks Ex. Fine. 
1898. Russia. Nicholas II. Ruble. VGood. 

U. S. SILVER COINS 

179 7. Dollars. 16 stars. Very good. Scarce. 

1798. Heraldic eagle. Very good. 

1799. Five stars facing. Fine. Rare. 

1800. Perfect die. Fine. 

1801. About fine. Rare. 

1802. Very good. 

1859. Unc. Scarce. 

Half dollars. 1869. Pattern. Head r, 2 stars on cap. 50 Cents in 
wrth, STANDARD SILVER. Edge milled. Pf. Scarce. 

1918. Ills. Lincoln Centennial. Unc. 

1920. Mass. Pilgrim Centennial. VFine. 

Various Coins. 1787. NY. Nova Eborac. Rx. Liberty to r. Abt. 
Fine. 

1795. IT. S. Cent. Plain edge, ONE CENT high Obv. a little weak. 
Very good. 

1857. Eagle cent. Rx. engraved 1857. Large cent, L. dates, F; 
(15 36). Mexico. Chas. & Joan. Real. First Am. Silver. G. 3 
pcs. 

1690. Brunswick. Fredk III. % thaler, VG; 1683. Fredk Wm. 
% thaler; (1152-1190). Fredk. I, Bracteates, 1 broad. VG. to VF„ 
4 pcs. 

Bracteates. Some very good and rare. 10 pcs. 

Henry the Lion. Very fine bracteate Ex. F. Choice. 

Wenzel. Mediaeval gros for Luxemburg (1292). Adolph. Fine. 

2 pcs. 

Henry Raspe, Centre king of Fredk. II (1246-8). Bracteate, VF. 
Fredk. II (1219). Obv. FRIDRIC. Rx. PARMA. Very sharp and 
fine. 2 pcs. 

( A.D. 936). Otto I. two deniers, & 1 about square. Fine and rare. 

3 pcs. 

(A.D. 973). Otto II. ODDO etc., Monogram. Fine, rare. 2 pcs. 
1547. Poland. Sigismundus for Lithuania. G. 

Medallic % thaler of Stralsund. Fredk. Wm. I. 3 busts in tri- 
angle. Rx. City view of Stralsund. Coined at capture of Stralsund. 
Abt. Fine. 



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MISCELLANEOUS 



2477 Bologna. Early denier. Name of city. Monogram, another, larger 

of Henry. Fine and rare. Fine silver. 2 pea. 

2478 (A.D. 899). France. Louis, the Child. Denier. Name. Crosa. 
FFine. Rare. 

247 9 (A.D. 887). Eudes, governor of Paris under Charles, the Fat, and 

afterwards Governor of Aquitania. Name. Cross, Monogram. 
Struck at Angers. Ex. F. 

2480 (A.D. 1198-1218). Otto IV. Denier; (1002). Henry V. Denier for 

Milan, last very fine. 2 pcs. 

2481 Medals. Attila, the Hun. Bust. Rx. Aquilea, strongest fortress of 

the middle ages, stormed by Attila. 48 MM. Silver plated cast. 
Unusual medal. 

2482 Older of Udalric, Papal war cross for valor in battle. Obv. Battle 

scene. Rx. Saints. Silver, gilt. V. Old and rare. CRVX — S. 
VDALRICI. 

2483 French Silver medal by Roty. France mourning. Rx. Rooster, 

plough and rising sun, with loop as issued, size 37 MM. F. 

2 484 Waterloo medal. Fredk. Wm. of Brunswick. To HEINRICH MUEL- 
LER 1st LIN BAT. Swivel gone. Fine. Rare. 

24 8 5 Germany. Last war. Medal of iron. Obv. kneeling woman offering 
a piece of Jewelry. Rx. GOLD GAB ICH ZVR WEHR, etc. Rare. 
Size 40- F. 

24 86 Long mesh linked Silver Watch-chain, a continuous piece of about 4 
feet with four silver charms. Very unusual European. Fine Heavy. 
2487 Various Munster. Klippe siege Half crown. Arms, date above, 16- 
GO. MONAST. WESTPH. OBSESSVM. Rx. Blank. Fine. 

24 88 Ancient Gaulish Stater. Rude head to r. Rx. Horse to right. Fine. 

2489 Cl 4 7 3 ) . Burgundy. Maria. Gros. Fine. Rare. Henry VI. Ca- 

lais Groat. Fine. 2 pcs. 

2490 France. Merovingian copper (?) after Roman style of Tetricus; Ro- 

man Rep. Cloulia half denarius. G. & VG. 2 pcs. 

2491 (B.C. 250). Rome. Uncia. Head of Mercury. Prow. V. Fine, 

patinated green. 

2 492 Tranquil lin a. Head to r. Rx. Goddess. MB. Fine, rare. For 

Egypt. 

2493 (A.D. 132). Judea. First Revolt. 1/6 Shekel in copper. Tree, 

Vineleaf. Ins. Very good. 

VARIOUS BOOKS, ETC. 

2494 Smith (A.M.). Coin Encyclopaedia. 5,000 illustr. A lot of infor- 

mation about coins. Cloth. Good. 



2495 

2496 

2497 

2498 

2499 

2500 

2501 

2502 

2503 

2504 

2505 

2506 

2507 

2508 

2509 

2510 

2511 



NUMISMATIC BOOKS, ETC. 



131 



Cappe (Hein) Mittelalter Munzen. Munster, Osnabruch, Paderborn, 
Corvey and Hervord XIII Plates. Cloth. Rare. Good. 

Lossing, (Benson, J.LLD). Our Great Continent, Picturesque and 
Historic. Several hundred engravings, some steel. 1180 pp. Cloth. 
Complete. 

Hoffman (Leonard). Munz-Schlussel. Very thick volume filled with 
copper plates of old thalers, etc. Date Nurnburg, 1692. Bards. 
Rare and fine. 

Encyclopaedia of Architecture, Carpentry and Building. Vol. VI 
only, half calf. 1843. Grahams Magazine. Plates, some in colors, 
others steel, boards and calf. G. 2 pcs. 

1570. Jonam. (Justum). Der Confession AUF DEM LATEIN VER- 
TEUTSCHET. Old volume, calf, with clasps. 

Lot of Steel engravings Interesting lot, battle scenes, maps, historical 
buildings, Revolution, War of 1812, Mexican & civil War. No dups. 
119 pcs. 

Napoleon I and Josephine. Their marriage certificate (fac simile) 
Rare document. Portraits of Napoleon, etc. 22 pcs. 

Foreign Postage stamps, pasted on sheets, U. S. and foreign. Reve- 
nues, proprietary, etc. Sold per piece. 266 pcs. 

Napoleon I. Sheets of letter paper, watermarked, taken from his 
carriage at Waterloo (2) and portraits. Rare. 3 pcs. 

Portraits. French and other kings, statesmen, leaders of the old 
world from Caesar to Napoleon, early and finely engraved. No 
dups. 64 pcs. 

Presidents of the U. S. Washn. to Lincoln. Portraits and Biography. 
16 pcs. 

CHOICE FOREIGN COPPER COINS 

1775. Siberia. Largest copper, 10 Kopeks. Sables supporting arms. 
Monogram of Catherine II, crowned. Gem proof, partly red. Very 
rare thus. 

Sweden. Christina. Broadest type 1 Or Arrows, value. Name, etc. 
Rx. Arms crowned. Small dent near edge, otherwise very fine, and 
above the average. Diameter 50 MM. 

16 80. Charles. Broadest type lOr Arrows, value. S. M. Rx. ArMs 
crowned C.R.S. Extremely fine, best we have seen. 

1763. Thick 1 Or. Ad. Fredk. V.F. 

1821. France. Louis XVIII. Pattern Dix centimes Bust 1. Value, 
thick style AE. Unc. 

1814. Antwerp Siege L. 10 C; 1814. Napoleon. Strasburg Decime. 
Ex. F- 2 pcs. 



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FOREIGN COPPER 



2512 1797. England. Geo. III. Cartwheel 1 Pence, rarer than two 

pence. Uncirculated, partly red. 

2513 1799. Geo. III. Half penny. Unc., red. 

2514 1829. Fr. Colonies. Chas. X. 2 y 2 and 5c. Unc. Bell metal. Unc. 

2 pcs. 

2515 Chinese and Corean coins of various kinds, painted sides etc., in- 

cluding Sheng Sung Yuan Pao (1101 A. D.) Some rare and good. 
30 pcs. 

CELEBRATED AMERICAN SILVER DOLLAR OF 1804. 

2516 1804. Bust of Carolus III of Spain to right, date below 1804. Rx. 

Arms of Spain, crowned. HISPAN ET IND. REX. Mo (Mexico 
Mint) 8 R. T. H. About fine. This is guaranteed a genuine Ameri- 
can 1804 dollar, and struck in the year 1804 (something we can- 
not say of the so-called “1804 U. S. Dollars.”) 

AMERICAN COLONIAL AND CONTINENTAL COINS, ETC. 

2517 1723. Woods Half Penny. The very rare date struck over 1722. 

Large flan. Bust of Geo. I to r. Name, title. Rx. Hibernia seated, 
harp behind her. Uncirculated. First in these sales. 

2518 1722. Rosa Americana Penny. Rose uncrowned. Very good. Above 

average. Rare. 

2519 U. S. A. BAR CENT. Distinguishing break on second bar. Very 

fine. Very rare. 

2520 God Preserve London Half P. Elephant, same as on Caroline half P. 

Shield of city. About uncirculated. Scarce. 

2521 Conn. Cents. Various. Average good. 5 pcs. 

2552 1779. Earliest George Washington Medal. Curious naked bust to 

right, resembling Lafayette more than Washington. G. WASHING- 
TON. Er GENERAL OF THE CONTINL ARMY IN AMERICA. Rx. 
Stacked arms. French ins. Original, struck about 1779. Diame- 
ter 40. Unc. V.R. 

2523 Rare George Washington Button, 1789, with shank, G.W. in script 

in circle in which LONG LIVE THE PRESIDENT. A chain of 13 
links, on each link the name of a state, as on Fugio dollar. Rx. 
Shark, with some original silvering adhering. DiaMeter 35 MM. 
Perfection. 

2524 Encased Postage Stamps, lc Drake’s Plantation Bitters. Ex. fine. 

Rare. 

26 ?S 3r Drakes Plantation Bitters. About Unc., with some silvering. Rare 
state. 



133 



PROPERTY OF DR. A. 

2526 Ancient Bronze Coins. Egypt. Ptolemy VII. Large bronze, about 

2Vz oz. Head of Zeus to r. Rx. Eagle. Name, title. Abt. Fine. 

2527 Faustina I. 1st Br. 2 types. Good. 

2528 Faustina II. Various types of first bronzes, Good lot. 4 pcs. 

2529 Two more, patinated, Good. 2 pcs. 

2530 Faustina II. Bust to r. Empress std. V. Good. 

2531 Faustina II. M. Bronze Rx. Juno. Very fine, patinated, dark color. 

2532 Various coins. (B.C. 600). Aegina. Stater. Turtle, 1 row of dots 

on shell. Very good. 

25 33 Faustina I. Denarius Bust Hilarity. F. 

2533a U. S. Dime 1831, For’n coppers, etc. Poor to fine. 12 pcs. 

PROPERTY OF R. E. 

In Bronze unless otherwise stated. 

2534 I. G. Schadow. Rx. Youth and nude female walking to r. Memorial. 

Relief medal. Curious. VF. 60. VF. 

2535 J. J. Rosseau. A. Bovy medal. Rosseau seated. ELEVE A. J. J. 

ROUSSEAU PAR SES CONCITOYENS. Data. AE. 68. Proof. 

2536 Dante. Bust 1. Name Centenary, Florence 50. Ex. F. 

2537 Louis XVIII. Bust r. Gallic-American Federation medal. Am. 50. 

Unc. 

2538 Girodet, Painter. Bust r. Data. 40. Silvered. 

2539 Alex. Suworow. Bust r. Italian Liberation. Handsome reverse. 

1799 48. Unc. 

2540 Bologna. Carlotte, Patroness of Arts. Bust to r. Wrth. 1822. Thick. 

40. VF. 

2541 Le Brun. Bust 1. Data. High Relief. Ex. F. 

25 41a Another, Clement Marot. 40; French Architectural Medal. Head 1, 
building on top of head; also three tokens, of Shakespeare. G. 
to Unc. 5 pcs. 

EASTERN COLLECTION 
UNITED STATES GOLD COINS 

2542 1915. California Fifty Dollar Gold Piece Octagonal. Pan Pacific 

Exposition. Obv. Head of Liberty in helmet. Rx. Owl, etc. Mint 
state, in original case. A set of two of these coins sold in New 
York recently for around $350.00. This may be the only one we 
have yet had at auction sale. A piece which is regarded as very- 
rare and the original price it sold for a thing of the past. It may 
be regarded just as desirable as the ’50s of 1851-2. 



134 



HAKE SILVER DOLLAR OF 183# 

2543 1839. Liberty seated, by Gobrecht. Rx. Flying eagle. Brilliant 
perfect proof. I made a record for this coin of $121 at a sale 
several years ago. 

U. S. EAGLES 



2544 


1839. 


Fine. Second year after 1804. 


2545 


1842. 


O. Very fine. Rare. 


2546 


1862. 


S. Mint. Fine. V. Rare. 


2547 


1866. 


Phila. Good. Rare. 


2548 


1870. 


Fine. Rare, coinage small. 


2549 


1883. 


Carson City. Fine. Rare. 

U. S. HALF EAGLES 


2550 


1843. 


Very good. 


2551 


1840. 


D. Mint. Fine. Rare. 


2552 


1844. 


O. Fine. Rare. 


2553 


1844. 


D. Mint. Fine. Rare. 


2554 


1857. 


D. Fine. Rare. 


2555 


1858. 


D. V. F. Rare. 


2556 


1859. 


D. Fine. Rare. 


2557 


1860. 


D. Mint. Fine. Rare. 


2558 


1877. 


V. F. Rare, coinage small. 

QUARTER EAGLES 


25591851. 


Yellow gold. Unc. Scarce. 


2560 


1852. 


Red gold. Ex. fine. 


2561 


1879. 


V. F. Rare. 


2562 


1903. 


Mint state. Discontinued type. 


2563 


1904. 


Unc. Discontinued type. 


2564 


1907. 


Unc. Discontinued type. 

THREE DOLLAR GOLD COINS 


2565 


1874. 


Uncirculated. 


2566 


1874. 


Ex. fine. 

GOLD DOLLARS 


2567 


1851. 


Ex. fine. 


2568 


1853. 


Ex. F. 


2569 


1853. 


V. Fine. 


2570 


1854. 


Fine. 



135 



CALIFORNIA GOLD HALVES, ETC. 



2571 1852. Liberty head to left, stars. Rx. date 1852 in wrth; border; 

HALF DOL. CALIFORNIA GOLD. Earliest date and finest work- 
manship. Good gold. Round. Unc. 



2572 


(1853). 
lar.” in 


Quarter dollar round. Lib. head 
wrth. Unc. Rare. 


10 


stars. 


Rx. 


Dol- 


. .2573 


1855. 


Quarter dol. Round. Lib. head. 


10 


stars. 


Rx. 


” 14 — Dol- 



lar — 1855” in wrth. Unc. Rare. 

SPLENDID LOT OF TWO THIRD THALERS, ETC. 

2574 Hanover. 1692. % Thai.. Free horse to 1. SOLA BONA QUAE 

HONESTA. % FEIN SILB — 16-92. Rx. Arms crowned. ERNEST. 
AUGUST. D. G. EP. OSN (Osnabruch) D. BR. ET. LUNENB. About 
proof. Rare gem. 

2575 1692. % Thai. Wild man stdg, a tree at left. SOLA BONA etc. 

V. FEIN SILB %. Rx. Shield crowned. ERNES. AUG. D. G. 
EPISC. OSN. DUX. BR. ET LU. Uncirculated, bright. Rare bo 
fine. 

2576 1702. % Thai. Free horse to left. IN RECTO DECUS FEIN SILB 

% Rx. Broad shield crowned. GEORG LUD. D.G. D. BR. & LUN. 
S. R. I. EL. Date divided by shield. Uncirculated, bright. Rare 
& choice. 

2577 1719. % Thai. Free horse to 1. BRUNSWICK ET LUN. DUX. 

S. R. I. A. TH. ET EL. Rx. Arms, cross form, including Ireland, 
France, England. GEORGIUS D. G. M. BRIT FR. ET H. REX. 
F. D. Uncirculated, scarce state. 

2578 1760. %. George II. Free horse to left. NEC ASPERA TER- 

RENT Rx. Small shield crowned on extra broad flan GEORG II 
D. G. M. B. F. & H. REX.. F. D. B. & L. DUX S. R. I. A, T, & 
EL. Unc., mint state. Choice. Rare. 

2579 1807. % Thaler. George III. Large value % in centre. BRUNS- 

WICK & LUN. DUX S. R. I. A. TH. & ELECTOR — N. D. REICHS. 
FUSS. FEIN SILBER. Rx. Arms inside order of the Garter GEOR- 
GIUS III D. G. BRITTANIARUM. Unc. Gem. 

2580 1825. 16 Gute Groschen. Free horse to 1. Value. Rx. GEORGIUS 

IV D. G. BRITANN etc. Fine. 

2581 1689. Saxony. John George II. % thaler. Bust to r. Name. Rx. 

Arms crowned SAC. ROM. IMP AR etc. Fine. Scarce. 



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TWO-THIRD THALERS, ETC. 



2582 1694. Munster. % Thaler. Value XXIIII MARIEN GROS, 1694. 

BURGGR STROMB. S. R. I. PRIN D. IN BORCKELO. Rx. Shield 
crowned. FREDERICUS CHRISTIANUS D. G. EPISC. MONASTER. 
Fine and rare. 

2583 1694. Another of a different design, the date in legend and differ- 

ence in shield. Fine. Rare. 

2584 174 2. Anhalt. Obv. Bear on parapet. PERRVM PENDVM. Rx. 

Shield. VICTOR FREDERICVS etc. Edge nick. VG. Rare. 

2585 1715. Osnabruch. Memorial % thaler. CAROLVS — EX DUCIB 

LOTH & BAR — LEOPOLDI MAG. AVG — EX SORORE NEPOS — 
etc. Fine. Ins. in 13 lines. V. Rare. 

2586 1679. Hamburg. Very rare % thaler. Only year this size and type 

was issued. Arms with helmet above and plumes. STADT GELDT 
HAMBURGER — 16-79. Rx. Double eagle. LEOPOLDUS D. G. 

ROMA. IMP. SEM. AVG. Ex. fine, diameter 40. 

2587 1 795. Wurzburg. Bust Geo. Carol r. Rx. 3 saints, including Joan 

of Arc St. KILIANUS CUM SOCIIS FRANCORUM APOST. 20 Kr. 
or y 3 thaler. VF. Rare. 

2588 1906. Baden. Marriage 2 Marks. 5 0th Anniv. Busts Fredk. & 

Luise. Unc. 

2589 1906. Hamburg. Arms. 2 Marks & smaller old German silver. 

Fine to Unc. 7 pcs. 

2590 Baden. Souvenir double bust 2 Marks, as lot 2588. Unc. 

2591 1892. Saxony. Bust of Albert to r, as on 2 M. pieces. Name. Rx. 

GEPRACHT IN GEGENWART S. H. DES KONIGS. MUNZSTATTE 
MULDNER HUTTE D. 16 JULI 1892. Proof. 

2592 1890. Ger. E. Africa. Bust of German Kaiser. Rx. Lion by tree. 

Rupie. Unc. 

2593 1679. West Frisia. 6 Stivers. Obv. Ship in full sail. VIGILATE 

DEO CONFIDENTES. Rx. Shield. Almost proof. Gem coin. 

2594 1779. Malta. Em. De Rohan. Half crown. Bust. VG. 

2595 1914. Sweden. Gust. V. Bust. 1 Kr. Fine 

RARE FOREIGN SILVER MEDALS 

2596 1706. Brunswick. Marriage medal of Princess Sophia Dorothea to 

Frederick WilliaM of Prussia, at Hanover, Nov. 14, 1706. Decollette 
bust to r. SOPH DOROTH. REG. PR. BORUSS. NAT. PR. BR. & 
LUN. by E. Hannibal. Rx. Allegory. Sun over waves, also rain- 
bow, clouds. FELIX RENOVATI. FOEDERIS. OMEN. — OB. NUP. 
HAN. CELEBR. XIV. NOV. MDCCVI. Very large, heavy silver. 
Diameter 60. Light nicks. Fine. V. Rare. 



SILVER MEDALS. 



137 



2597 1816. Munich. Marriage medal in high relief of Carolina Augusta, 

daughter of Maximilian I of Bavaria, to Francis I of Austria. Hand- 
some portrait busts to r. Names. Rx. Pallas seated to left, by 
large eagle holding three nude graces in right hand. EST ALIQVID 
VIRTVS — dates below. Proof. Diameter 40. V.R. 

2598 Hesse. William IX. Bust to right. WILHELMUS IX. D. G. HASS. 

LANDGRAV PROTECTOR. Rx. Implements BENE MERENTI; 
ACADEMIA. PICT. SCVLPT. ET ARCHIT FUND CASSL. 
MDCCLXXVII. Rare old AR medal. 37. Almost proof. Silver. 

2599 Hungary. Bust of Fr. Jos. to r. Name, titles. Rx. STATNI CENA- 

ZA— CHOV KONI. Size 40. Fine. Rare. 

2600 1719. Hamburg. Rare comm, medal. Arms, crowned. RUTGER 

RULANT I. U. D. REIP HAMBURG CONSUL. NAT. 22 IAN 1665. 
SENAT 13 SEPT. 1719 CONS. II FEBR 1728. Rx. Tree with 
grapes. DENAT. 22 NOV. 1742. 30. Fine. 



MASSACHUSETTS SILVER COINS, ETC. 



2601 


1652. 


Mass. 


Oak Tree shilling, broad type. Very fair. Rare. 


2602 


1652. 


Mass. 


Pine Tree shilling, largest type flan. 


Very fair. Rare. 


2603 


1652. 


Mass. 


Pine Tree shilling, Medium ■ size 


flan. Rx. Small 




tree. 


Good. 


Rare. 




2604 


1652. 


Mass. 


Pine Tree Shilling. Small flan. 


Nicks, otherwise 




good. 


Rare. 






2605 


1652. 


Mass. 


Pine Tree shilling. Small flan. Rare type Crosby PI. 



II. 8, having a curious ugly figure 5 in date leaning far to the 
left. Rx. Tree with broad base and long straight limbs, the letter 
S immediately over top of tree trunk. Dent in field. Fairly good, 
parts weak. Very rare. One very fine in my last sale brought over 
$ 21 . 00 . 

2606 1652. Mass. Six pence. Date good. Fair. Rare. 

2607 1652. Oak Tree six pence. Obv. VGood. Rx. only fair, edge ir- 

regular. V. Rare. 

2608 1652. Oak Tree shilling. Broad flan Fair. Rare. 

2609 1723. Rosa Americana Penny. Bust Geo. I. to r. Rex. and period 

far away from bust, period directly over head. Rx. Rose crowned. 
Center of crown under R Date distant from scoll. Unc., sharp, 
proof surface. V. Rare. 

2610 1723. Rosa Americana. Two pence. Head of Geo. I to r. G 

barely touches hair, lettering very close together and Rex and 
period almost against bust. Rx. Rose crowned I over center of 
crown. Date close together and 7 tipped too far to rigut. Uncir- 
culated. Very rare. 



138 

2611 

2612 

2613 

2614 

2615 

2616 

2617 

2618 

2619 

2620 

2621 

2622 

2623 

2624 

2625 

2626 

2627 

2628 

2629 

2630 

2631 

2632 

2633 

2634 

2635 

2636 

26 37 

2638 

2639 

2640 

2641 

2642 

2643 



COLLECTION OF FINE U. S. CENTS 



1794. Hays 20. Ex. fine, light glossy brown. Very rare in any 
condition. 

1794. Hays 43. Small edge nicks. Very fine. Rare. 

1794. Hays 33. Edge dent. Very good otherwise. 

1794. Hays 51. Ex. fine, dark brown. Rare. 

1795. Plain edge, ONE CENT high. 10 berries, fraction even. 
Glossy light brown. Uncirculated. Cost $40. Nice impression. 
Very rare. One of the best we have had. 

1798. Doughty 117. Very fine, dark brown. Rare. 

1801. Blunt 1. Very fine. Very rare. 

1802. Stemless. D. 165. Small nicks, otherwise fine. Very ac- 
ceptable specimen. Rare. 

1803. Close date, short bar 10 berries. Practically Unc., choice. 

1803. Sm. 1/100. D. 195. Edge nick. VG. Rare. 

1803. Large 3. Fairly good. V.R. 

1807. Perfect date. L. 1/00. Weak spot at ATES OF. V. Fine 
otherwise. Rare. 

1808. 13 stars. Fine and choice. Rare. 

1810. D. 213. Unc., traces of redness. Rare. 

1817. Fifteen stars. Almost Unc. V. R. state. 

1820 over ’19. V. Fine, dark color. V. Rare. 

1822. Wide date A. 5. Ex. fine, medium glossy brown. Rare. 

18 23, over ’2 2 Two slight nicks in field, otherwise very fine. Glossy 
brown. Very rare. The Unc. example in my last sale brought $125. 
1826. A. 4. Very fine, brown. Rare. 

1826. A. 6. Ex. fine, glossy light brown. Scarce. 

1830. A. 4. Unc., med. brown. 

1833. A. 6. Uncirculated. Scarce. 

1833. A. 6. Light brown. Ex. Fine. 

1834. 1834. L. stars, small date. Unc. Light brown. 

1834. Sm. date, large stars. A. 2. About Unc., 1. Brown. 

1834. L date, Sm. stars A. 3. V. Fine. 

1837. PI. h. c. A. 3. Ex. fine. Olive color. 

1838. Unc,., partly red. 

1842. L. date. Unc., bright red. V. Rare. 

18 43. Rx. ’44. A. 4. Ex. fine. Scarce. 

1845. Wide date. Unc., partly red. 

1845. Unc., glossy brown color. 

1851 over 1881. Unc., red. Very rare. 



139 



Villi Y RARE HALF CENT 

2644 1811. Restrike half cent. Reverse of 1802. Not listed in Gilbert. 

Only 2 or 3 known. Bright red. a struck coin guaranteed; Resold 
from our recent sale. 

A FIND OF OLD BROKEN BANK NOTES 

2645 1859. $2.00 Merchants and Planters Bank of Georgia, men work- 

ing in harvest field; 2s on either side inside red borders; busts of 
George and Martha Washington at lower corners (First instance 
where we have found together on a broken bank bill); temple of 
Liberty in the middle. Duly assigned and issued notes. Good to 
fine. Very attractive note, by Danforth, Wright & Co., Phila. and 
N.Y. 100 'pcs. 

2646 1856*-7. $3.00. Merchants & Planters Bk of Ga. Shipping scene 

with side wheel steamer in middle; bust of Henry Clay to lower 
right hand corner. 3 figures 3s in corners. Good condition, and 
signed. 100 pcs. 

2647 1860. $5.00. Merchants & Planters Bk of Ga. Attractive note in 

red and black. Arms, supported by two females in center; steam 
boat at left train of cars at right; two 5s in red borders at lower 
corners, two black and FIVE in red at top. Very attractive 
colored note, duly signed. Mostly fine. 100 pcs. By Am. Bank 
Note Co. NY. 

2648 1856. $5. Merchants & Planters Bank, Ga. Similar but in black 

and ■tf'hfte with large FIVE in reddish brown. By Bald Constand 
& Co. Phila. Good. 100 pcs. 

2649 1856-9. $3.00. Merchants & P. Bank, Ga. Type like lot 2646, 

but very good to very fine. 100 pcs. 

2649a Remarkable Collection of War Paper Money of Germany and Austria. 

Views of town, Soldiers, etc. Believed to be almost complete, 1500 
pcs. 

SILVER MASONIC MARK PENNIES, ETC. 

FROM THE WILLIAM POILLON COLLECTION. 

2650 Kentucky. Keystone, trowel and chisel, type. Unc. Silver. Rare. 

2651 Nebraska. Genoa Chapter penny. Unc. 

2652 Arizona. Phoenix. Ariz. Chaper. Unc. 

2653 Maine. Norway. Chapter. Unc. 

2654 Kansas. Ottawa Chapter. Unc. 



140 



MASONIC PENNIES. 



2 655 Conn. So. Norwalk, Ct. Butler Chap. Unc. 

2 656 Iowa. Manchester Chap. Triangle. Rx. as above, extra large. Unc. 
2 65 7 Iowa. Audubon. Amity Chapter. Unc. 

2658 Mich. Romeo. Chapter. Unc. 

2659 NY. City. Corinthian chapter. Unc. Rare. 

2660 Iowa. Rolfe. King David Chapter. Unc. 

26 61 Pa. Pittston Chapter. Unc. 

2662 D. C. Washington Naval Chapter. Unc. Rare. 

2663 Miscellaneous. Semi-centennial. St. Cecile Chapter, NY. Harp. 

Al. B. and AE. Unc; Corinthian chapter. Column, Aluminum. 
Unc. 4 pcs. 

26 64 Set in B. AE. and Al commemorating Visit to University Chapter, 
Phila. 1'904. Unc. 3 pcs. 

2665 Set commemorating visit to Newark St. Cecile 610. 1914. B. AE. 

and Al. Unc. 3 pcs. 

2666 Commem. Raising of 500th Master Mason G. Silver and Al. and 

various others B. & Al. Unc. 14 pcs. 

BOSTON CONSIGNMENT 

Part II. 

CHOICE FOREIGN SILVER DOLLARS 

2667 1624. Hildesheim. Ferdinand, Herzog von Bayern HIL. EPS PAD 

LEO, etc. Rx. Arms crowned. COM. PAL. RHE DVX. BAV ANG 
WES. etc. Fine and rare. Schultheiss Rechburg 4321. 

2668 1706. Munster. Very rare memorial crown. FREDERICUS — 

CHRISTIANUS — L. B. A. PLETTENBURG — NATUS — ANNO 1644. 
DIE 8 AVGG — ELECTUS — EPISCOPUS. AC PRINCEPS — MONAS- 
TERIENSIS — ANNO 16 88. DIE 29 IVLY — DENATUS — ANNO 
1706 DIE — 5 MAY. Arms of Munster, date 17 — 06. COLSILIO ET 
CONST ANTI A. Unc., mint state. Finest iffered. A wonderful coin 
215 years old and in original condition. S. 4567. 

2669 Paderhom. Vacant See thaler. Patron saint Liborious over church 

CAPITULUM CATHEDRALE PADERBORNENSIS, etc. Rx. Bishops 
hat lying flat on cushion REDDE MIHI LAETITIAM SALUTARIS 
TVI ET SPIRTTV PRINCIPALI CONFIRMA ME etc. Very elab- 
orate coin, in mint state. V. R. S. 4666. Very rare. 

2670 1710. Passan. Bust of IOHAN PHILIP CARDINAL DE LAMBERG. 

Rx. Arms, with hat over them. D. G. EP. PATAV. S. R. I. PRIN- 
CEPT. Uncirculated. S. 4692. V.R. 



FOREIGN SILVER. 



141 



2671 1684-98. Wurzburg. Remarkable antique type of thaler. Figure of 

St. Kilian holding sceptre and sword, in most elaborate robe. 
SANCTVS KILIANVS IM — W. 169 3. Rx. Arms with two helmets 
over them. IOANNES GODFRID D. G. EPS. EPS. HER. BIP. 
FRANCOR. DUX. Sharp, Unc., proof. Curious concave shape as 
though struck from silver church plate (as it may have been) First 
in our sales. Very rare. S. 4895 2 

2 672 Regensburg. Very rare Thaler, date 1787. Saint in boat, below it 
REGNANA — CAPITULUM — ECCLESIAE — CATHEDRALIS — 
RATISBONENSIS — SEDE VAC ANTE — MDCCLXXXVII — 10 Eine F. 
Mark. Proof. 

2673 Brunswick. August facing in lace collar. AUGUSTUS HERTZOG. 

SU BRAUNS. VND. LUN. Rx. Two ships. Ships Thaler. ALLES 
MIT BEDACHT — Ex. fine. Rare type Knyphausen 500. 

2674 1581. Brunswick. Lichtthaler. Curious hairy wildman standing 

holding a tree diagonally across his body, divides date in large 
figures. ALIIS INSFRVIENDO CONSUMOR. Rx. Arms supported 
by two wild men IVLIUS, DVX, etc. Fine. S. 6441. Scarce. 

2675 1686. Brunswick. Two wildmen standing holding two small trees 

which are entwined, between them. UT FRONTIBUS ITA FRONDI- 
BUS CONIUNCTISSIMI Rx. Shield in 11 sections, with 5 helms 
above it, dividing date 16-86. D. G. RUD. AUG. & ANTH. VLR. 
D.D. BR. & LU. Sharp uncirculated. Remarkable broad specimen. 
Rare. Perfection. For Wolftenbuttel. Knyp. 659. 

2676 1699. Wolfenbuttel. Broad double bust thaler. Busts of Rudolph 

Aug. and Anthon. Names, titles. Rx. Trophies on columns. DVOBVS 
FVLCRIS SECVRIVS. Sharp, uncirculated. Rare. Knyp. 675. 

2677 1720. Brunswick & Lunenburg. August, Wilhelm. Large mono- 

gram letters, crowned. D.G. DVX. BRUNSVIC ET LUNEBURG. 
Rx. Large free horse to left — above, PARTA TVERI — below, 
MDCCXX, all in remarkably large letters. Uncirculated, broad 
thaler. V. Rare. Knigge 1151. 

2678 1748. Rare Mining Thaler. A swan to 1. before mining scene, 

wooded hills in background; clouds above. CANDIDVS HAEC 
PROFERT MONTANVS PRAEMIA CYGNUS. — DIE GRVBE — 
WEISSER SCHWAN — KAM IS AVSBEVT — IM Q. LVCIAE 1732 — 
I.B.H. Rx. Arms supported by wild men, crowned. D.G. CAROLUS 
DUX BRUNSVIC & LUNEB, 1748. Sharp about Unc., proof sur- 
face. Rare in great demand. A piece of very fine finish. 



142 



FOREIGN SILVER. 



2679 1641. Luneburg. Bust of George facing to the left. GEORG. 

HERTZOG. ZU BRAUNS, etc. Rx. Shield crowned 4 helmets. 
AUFF GOTT TRAWE IOH 1641 (in legend) Ex. Fine. Knyp. 2130. 
Rare. 

2680 1700. Hanover. St. Andreas standing holding cross. SANCT AN- 

DREAS REVIVISCENS. Rx. Shield of arms 16 sections, crowned, 
divides date 17-00. GEORGE LUD. D. G. B. BR. & LUN. S. R. I. 
E. Brilliant mint state, proof surface. Remarkable example. 
Knigge 2906. 

2681 1761. Switzerland. Zurich. Very handsome view thaler, with water, 

bridges, churches and other buildings. DOMINE CONSERVA NOS 
IN PACE. Date insure in oval below. Rx. Large lion holding 
shield. MONETA REIPUBLICAE TIGURINAE. Sharp, Uncircu- 
lated. H. 701. 

2682 1741. Zurich. Different type thaler. DOMINE — CONSERVA NOS 

IN PACE — 17 41 in very large lettering, in wrth. Rx. Lion holds 
shield. MONET REIPVBLICAE, etc. Uncirculated. Hall 649-a. 

2683 1796. Zurich. Still different thaler. XI — AUF I FEINE — MARK — 

179 6. in heavy wrth. Rx. Arms. MONETA REIPVBLICAE TURI- 
CENSIS, the letters small Uncirculated. Wund. 37 0. Rare. 

2684 1814. Zurich. Still different crown. DOMINE — CONSERVA — NOS 

IN — PACE — 1813. In heavy olive wreath. Rx. Arms, crowned — 
CANTON — ZURICH — Below, 40 BATZ. Proof. Rare. 

CHOICE UNCIRCULATED JAPANESE OBAN 

2685 Period 1860-62. Brcid oval gold coin with four incuse stamps at 

sides and ends and monogram in India ink in center, the surface 
corrugated in form. Rx. has three large incuse Cstps and three 
small. Perfect Mint state. Size 8 0 x 130 MM. In great demand. 
Perfection. 

FROM AN ESTATE IN NEW YORK 
CHOICE EARLY AMERICAN COLD COINS 
EAGLES 

2686 1795. Star-point at left and tip of 5 just to ches hair and bust. 

L just on top of cap. Rx. Wreath touches S in STATES; tip of 
wing touches R and tip of left wing W. Uncirculated, mint state. 
The best we have offered. Should bring $7 5.00. The first U. S. 
gold coin. 



AMERICAN GOLD. 



143 

2687 1799. Date and stars free from bust, date or LIBERTY. In date, 

last 9 too high. Rx. A just touches Wing, and end of Sprig I in 

AMERICA. A wonderful perfect example, sharp impression. Bril- 
liant mint state, proof surface. We have had none to excel it in 
18 years. 

HALF EAGLES 

2688 1799. Fine. Rare, more so than later dates. 

2689 1800. Uncirculated. Scarce. 

2690 1803 over 2. Brilliant mint state. Rare bird. 

2691 1807. Bust to left. Unc., mint state. Rare. 

2692 1808. Bust to left. Brilliant mint state. Finest we have had. 

2693 1814. Large head to left. Brilliant Uncirculated. Should bring 

$75.00. Very rare. 

ANOTHER PROPERTY 

SOME SCARCE MILITARY ORDERS, ETC. 

2694 Sweden. Etoile Polaire. Beautiful cross. Maltese form with white 

enameled arms and blue round center with white star. NESCIT 
OCCASUM; wreath between arms, surmounted by crown and black 
ribbon. Very fine. Very rare here. Silver, gilt. 

2 695 Sweden. Epic Et Glaire. Maltese cross for, in white enamel, blue 
enameled center with upright sword. Patria Pro, with ribbon and 
crown. Fine. Very rare. 

2696 Annarn. Order of the Dragon. Large emblazoned star, with blue 

enamel center on which inscription, in circle of red enamel, with 
crown, a dragon above it, and ribbon. V. Fine. Scarce. 

2697 George III. Waterloo Medal in silver. Bust of George. Rx. Vic- 

tory seated. Below, WATERLOO. With bar. Fine and rare 6th 
Innisk. Dragoons. 

2698 Sons of the Revolution. Original gold order. No. 727. Bust Wash- 

ington. With ribbon. V. Fine. Very rare. Sells for $25 I believe 
to members only. 

2699 Sons of the American Revolution. Gold Order. Head of Washing- 

ton on gold backgground inside a circle of blue enamel. LIBERTAS 
ET PATRIA. Rx. Continental soldier or minuteman standing with 
gun. SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, inside white en- 
ameled maltese cross, with green wreath encircling it. Gold eagle 
above holds loop, with ribbon. Costs $25, and issued only to 
members. Very fine. V. Rare. 



144 



MILITARY ORDERS. 



2700 Medaille Militaire. Type awarded recent war, with ribbon and pin. 

Very fine. Most coveted order outside of Legion of Honor. 

2701 Croix De Guerre, with ribbon and star. Genuine, got from a soldier 

and this one was actually awarded. Very fine. 

2702 German Iron Cross, 2nd class, with ribbon. Very fine. 

NOTE: — The first two I got I sold for $25 each. Genuine. 

2703 Austria. Fr. Jos. Bust r. Rx. DER TAPFERKEIT. German silver. 

With ribbon. 

CONSIGNED BY MR. TRENCHARD 
SPLENDID LOT OF ELABORATE FOREIGN ORDERS 

All Guaranteed Originals and in fine condition 

2704 Turkey. Mejideh. Emblazoned star, with crossed scimetars and star 

and crescent above. (No. 1) Silver gilt. Diameter 53 MM, with sil- 
ver center. 

2705 Larger order of the same sort, with gold monogram in center. Diam- 

eter 60 MM. V. Fine. (No. 2). 

2706 Great Cross of Brunswick. Most elaborate affair. Large maltese 

form in blue enamel with peacock feathers on arms; and a horse 
to left in white on red enameled background; crowns in gilt be- 
tween arms of cross, lion above, and a large enameled crown next 
to ring. Size 65 MM. Silver gilt, with ring. Valued at $40. (No. 
3). 

2707 Brunswick. Officers blue enameled cross, Maltese form, with horse 

and pillar in middle, white on red enamel 58. Unc. (No. 6). 

2708 Order Pour Le Merite. Awarded to Gen. Hindenburg for the battle 

of Tannenburg. One of the most coveted German orders. Maltese 
cross form, with blue enamel, F crowned and ring, eagles in gilt 
between the arms. 56 MM (No; 7). 

2709 Bavaria. Officers Service Cross, very heavy and elaborate affair 8 

pointed emblazoned star, with maltese cross in bright blue; and 
MERENTI in white enamel on garter form, crowned L in center 
of it. Diameter 75 MM. (No. 8). V.R. Was priced $37.50. 

2710 Bulgarian, Star of St. George. Bust in center crowned, ins in blue 

enamel, 1915, inside 7 pointed embalzoned star, with silver pin. 
Silver. Heavy, diameter 70. (No. 12). 

2711 Austrian Red Cross enameled cross, with wreath in green enamel 

and ring. Silver. V.R. 1864-191 4. (No. 14). 



FOREIGN ORDERS. 



145 



2712 Papal. Avocati Pabst. Maltese cross form, enameled. St. Peter In 

center, blue and white enamel, cap and keys above. VR (No 
15). Gold. 

2713 Bulgaria. Large Alexander Cross, enormous size, silver gilt. Mal- 

tese form, with green enameled wreath, crossed swords. Lion and 
ins in middle on white enamel, 1891, surmounted by immense crown 
and tassels. (Was priced at $29) (No. 18). 

2714 Bulgaria. Zahringen Lion Order. Cross of four limbs in green, 

laised two swords crossed, on white silver background. Lion. Gate- 
way or wall. Very rare. (No. 20). 

2715 Turkish. Service medal in silver and red enamel, of recent war. 

Five pointed star form. Silver. (No. 21). 

2716 Order of Leopold. (Bavaria). Smaller size than above. Same as lot 

2725. Size 32 MM, with large crown above. (No. 82). V. Rare. 

2717 Bulgarian Cross. Lion to 1. n red background; green enameled 

circle on which inscription. White maltese cross and crossed swords, 
with crown and loop above. (No. 84). 

2718 Lippe-Detmold. Enormous cross. Maltese form in white enamel. 

Middle in form of a circle with red and blue enamel, bordered by 
8 pointed star in gold; two crosses swords divide limbs of cross, 
with ring. One of the handsomest in the collection. (No. 24). 
Diameter 67 MM. 

2719 Saxony. Large Order of Henry. Maltese form, with green enam- 
eled border. 3/3 figure of St. Henry standing, holding orb and sceptre. 

FRID. AVG. D. G. SAX. NISTAVRAVIT. Rx. Arms. VIRTUTI IN 
BELLO, all in yellow, red, green, white and black enamel. One of 
the best in the collection. Diameter of cross 52 MM. (No. 25) 
Valued $30. 

2720 Albert Ritter Great Cross Order. Bust to r. ALBERTUS ANIMO- 

SUS in blue enameled center. In four limbed cross, with crossed 
swords and crown. (No. 26). 45x70 MM. 

2721 Hessian Order of Philip. Bust to left in blue enameled center. SI 

DELS NOBISCUM QUIS CONTRA NOS. Rx. Lion in red and white 
enamel. LUDOVICUS II. MAGN. DUX. HASSIAE. INSTIT. All 
on white enameled maltese cross, with swords. Diameter 48 MM. 
Rare and handsome (No. 27). 

2722 Saxony. Order of Albert Great Cross. Enormous enameled cross in 

blue and w-hite, wreath of green enamel, two swords, a large crown 
above and loop. Rx. Shield and date 1850. ALBERTUS ANIMO- 
SUS. Length over all 90 MM. Width 55. (Priced at $45) (No. 
34). 



146 ^ FOREIGN ORDERS. 

2723 Hessian Order of Philip Great Cross. Bust to left. SI DEUS NOBIS- 

CUM etc. Rx. Lion in red and white enamel, like lot 2721, but 
larger, size 56 MM. Beautiful piece (Was priced at $45). (No. 
35). 

2724 Great Order of Schaumburg-Lippe. Elaborate maltese cross in white 

enamel, with gold edges; center in red and blue enamel, with em- 
blazoned star border in gold FUR TREUE UND VERDIENST. Rx. 
Monogram crowned. Beautiful (Priced $34 — No. 36). 

2725 Austria. Leopold Cross. Maltese form, crossed swords, in red, 

white, green enamel. OPES REGUM CORDA SUBDITORUM. Mon- 
ogram in gold, INTEGRITATI ET MERITO. V. Fine, handsome 
(Priced $30 — No. 37). 

2726 Prussian Order of the Red Eagle. Maltese form, the center in red, 

white and green enamel. Monogram crowned. Rx. Red eagle. With 
ring. Silver, VF. (No. 47). 

2727 Prussia. Grand order of the Red Eagle. As last but immense size. 

60 x 60 MM, with large loop. Silver, gilt. Much white enamel. V. 
Rare (Was priced $25). (No. 48). 

2728 Large Order of Red Eagle. Similar, but size 50 x 50. Rare and 

handsome. (No. 49). 

2729 Smaller Order of Henry of Saxony. Same description as lot 2719. 

Size 30 x 60 including crown at top. VF. (Valued at $30). Pos- 
sibly gold (No. 51). 

2730 Prussia. Order of the Crown. Maltese cross form, white and blue 

enamel. Monogram in center. DEN 18 OCTOBER 1861. Rx. 
Crown GOTT MIT UNS. with ring. Silver gilt. 4 5 MM. (No. 54). 

2731 Bavaria. Officers Cross for Merit. White silver maltese cross. Cen- 

ter in black and white enamel. Lion. Crowned L, 1860 etc. Crown 
and swords above. Handsome. 40 MM. (No. 56). 

2732 Saxony. Order of Albert Ritter. Bust to r ALBERTUS ANIMOSUS. 

Like lot 2720, but size 39 x 63 MM. Rare. (Price $29 — No. 58). 

2733 Lippe Detmold Cross. Like lot 2718, but size 46 MM. V.F. Rare. 

(No. 61). 

2734 Finnish Iron Cross. Swastika design on black cross background, 

arms holding swords above. Rx. 1819, raised figures. VFine. 
(No. 60). 

2735 Prussia. Great Order of the Crown. Like Lot 2730, but size 65 MM. 

Very handsome (Priced at $21.50). (No. 41). 

2736 Austrian Red Cross cross. Black enamel on white background, 

edged with silver; red cross in center, 1871 on reverse. Hand- 
some. V. Rare (No. 55) 



FOREIGN ORDERS. 



147 



2737 Bulgarian War Cross (Socalled Iron cross — but in silver). Four 

pointed star, swords between arms, huge cross above, loop. Lion. 
Ins. (No. 57). 

2738 Oldenburg Iron Cross. A real Iron cross. Maltese form. F.A. 

in center, wreath encircling same, crown above, 1914 below. With 
ring. Much scarcer than the German Iron Cross. (No. 65). 

2739 Saxony. Order of Fredk. August. Shield crowned. FUR VER- 

DIENST UND TREUE. Maltese cross, crossed swords, with ring, 
white enamel. V.R. (No. 69). 

2740 German Cross for 20 years service. Crowned monogram. Rx. XX 

on gold background — Maltese cross form in silver. With ring. (No. 

79). 

BOSTON CONSIGNMENT OF BARE THALERS 
(CONTINUED) 

Part 111 

2741 1558. Bohemia. Ferd. I Mailed bust to r, holding sceptre, dividing 

date in field. FERDINANDUS D. G. EL. RO. IMP S. AVGGER. HV- 
etc. Shield. Fine. Scarce early type. Interesting. 

2742 Tyrol. (1706-40). Charles VI. Thick double crown. Bust in long 

curls to right. Name, CAROLUS VI. D. G. RO. IMPS. A. G. H.H. 
B. REX. Rx. Double eagle crowned ARCHIDVX. AUSTRIAE. DUX. 
BURGVNDIAE. COM. TYR. Ex. fine and choice. 

2743 1696. Bamberg. Bust of Bishop Francis to r in robes and long 

curls. LOTHAR FRANC. D.G. A. & EL. M. EP. BAMB. Rx. Shield 
crowned, swords at sides IN MANIBUS DOMINI SORTES MEAE 
1696. Ex. fine. V. Rare. 

2744 1628. Salzburg. Interesting commemorative thaler. Bishops carry- 

ing the ark. iw View of the new Cathedral with dome and columns 
Dedication thaler. Ex. fine. Rare. 

2745 Salzburg. Francis Anton. Madonna and child over arms and hat. 

FRANC. ANTO. D.G. ARCHI. PR. SAL. S-A.L. Rx. St. Rupert seat- 
ed to left by shield holding immense hat. S. RUDBERTUS. EPS. 
SALISB. 1714. Br. Proof. Rare gem. 

2746 1709. Fiisiiig. Bust of Joan Francis in long curls to r. IOANNES 

FRANCIS D. G. EPISCOP. FRISING. Rx. Arms with helms and hat 
and cross over top. SAC. ROM. IMP. PRINCEPS. 1709. About mint, 
state. V. Rare. 



148 



RARE THALERS. 



2747 1760. Bavaria. Madonna thaler. Bust of Max. Jos. Madonna. Unc., 

sharp, with proof surface. Unusual state. 

2748 1809. Prussia. Fredk. Wm. Bust. Thaler. Unc. Unusual con- 

dition. A Mint. 

2749 1541. Brandenburg. Curious antique thaler. Two figures facing. 

George and Albert, date above. Rx. Arms. SI DEVS PRONOBIS 
QUIS. CONTRA NOT. Fine. 

2750 1679. Brunswick. John Fredk. Broad thaler. Bust to r, in long 

curls. IOHAN. FRIDER. D.G. DUX. BR. & LU. Rx. A large 
tree on a rock in center. EX DURIS GLORIA — date beneath, 1679. 
Extremely fine. V. Scarce and seldom offered. 

2751 1637. Hesse Cassel. Rare Memorial thaler. Obv. View of 

town and storm scene LEVABOR UNO VOLENTI HUMILIS. Rx. 
Long ins. WILLIAM 9-V, DICT. 9 CONSTANS. HASSLANDGRAV- 
IVS — NATVS— 14 FEBRVARII — ANNI. 1602. MOR — TVVS. 21 
SEPTEMB — ANNI, etc. Very fine. First in these sales. Very rare. 

2752 1811. Nassau. Bust of Fredk. Ernest I to r. Rx. Oval shield, 

a lion within it, crowned. ZEHN EINE FEINE MARK — 1811. Un- 
circulated, bright. V. Rare so. 

2753 (1486). Saxony. Fredk. III. George and John. Klappmutzen 

thaler (The earliest Saxon Thaler). Busts facing in caps like those 
worn by Christopher Columbus (of whom these were contempor- 
aries). MONE. ARGE. DVCVM SAXO. Rx. Fredk. holding sword. 
FRIDERI IOH AN GEORGI. Very fine. Rare. 

2754 1811. Saxony. Fredk. August. Kronenthaler. Head to r. Rx. 

Arms, crowned. ZEHN EINE FEINE MARK 1811. Mint state. 
Rare so. 

2755 1781. Wurtemburg. Carl Eugene. Thaler. Bust to r. CAROLVS. 

D.G. DVX. WURT & TEC. Rx. Arms, crowned, the date almost at 
top of shield — Unc., mint state. Rare. 

2756 1726. Dietrichstein. Charles Louis. Bust to r, large style, long 

curls. CAR. LUD. S.R.I. COM. A. DIETRICHSTAIN. Rx. Arms, 
crowned. LIBER BAR OIN HOLLENBURG 1726. Proof. V. Rare. 
First in these sales. 

2757 1769. Reuss. Henricus XI. Large head to r. HENRICUS XI S. 

L. RVTH COM. ET. DOM DE PL DOM G.R. C.G. S. ET L. Rx. Cur- 
ious arms with bird, etc. at top. X EINE FEINE MARCK — 17-69 
below. Ex. fine. V.R. 

2758 1625. Frankfurt. Scarce early type thaler. Arms in cross form. 

MONETA NOVA REIPVB etc. Rx. Arms of H. R. Empire FERDIN- 
ANDUS II. etc., V. Fine. 



2759 

2760 

2761 

2762 

2763 

2764 

2765 

2766 

2767 

2768 

2769 

2770 



RARE THALERS. 



149 



HiUle. Thaler. Bust of Francis to r. Rx. Three arms in ovals. 
MONETA NOVA REIPVBLICAE HALAE SUEVICAE. Unc., proof 
surface. Handsome and rare coin. 

(1700-40). Swiss. Basel. Handsome view thaler. View of two 
sections of the town on either side of water, bridges, churches, 
spires, etc. BASILEA above in oval. Rx. Arms. Sharp TTnc., 
proof surface. Rare. 

1783. Eystadt. Bust of Anton to right. Name titles. Rx. Arms 
with 3 helms — date at sides. 10 EINE FEINE MARCK. Abt. Unc. 
Rare. 

1770. Spier. Thaler. Pallas standing, cupids at her sides, DEO 
O. M. AUSPICE SVAVITER ET FORTITER etc. Ax. Arms, elab- 
orate style, supported by two wild men AVGVSTVS D. G. EPIS. 
SPIR etc. Unc. 

1786. Wurzburg. Proof thaler. Bust of Fr. Ludwig to r. Rx. In- 
fant by book, globe, etc. MERCE3 LABORUM — 17-86. X EINE 
FEINE MARCK. Finest we have seen. 

Bavaria. Fredk. Bust facing holding sword antique style, in ar- 
mour FRIDE D. G. CO PA. RHE. S.R.I. PRIN. EL BA. Rx. Shield. 
HERR NACH DEINEM WILLEN. 15 — 67. Fine. Very rare. 
1835. Ludwig I. Bust to r. Name. Rx. Wand of Mercury. Snakes, 
etc. BEYTRITT VON BADEN ZUM TEUTSCHEN ZOLLVEREIN — 
1835. Br. Proof. V. R. 

Saxony. Albertine Line thaler, 16 60. on Confession of Augsburg. 

Jno. Geo. I. Rx. Ioannes. VF. Madai 633. 

1838. Saxony. Fredk August V. Bust. Arms, crowned, sprig at 
sides. ZEHN EINE FEINE MARK — 1838. Brilliant proof. Rare 
gem. 

1804. Friedberg. Very rare thaler. Jno. Maria Rudolph V. Wald- 
bott — Bassenheim (Some name!) St. George on galloping horse 
killing a dragon. MON NOV. CASTRI. IMP. FRIEDBERG; a castle 
in field. Rx. Double eagle. FRANC. II D.G. R.I.S.A. CONSERVA- 
TOR CASTRI 1804. Mint state. Ex. Rare. First in these sales. 
Lejeune 81-B. 

1595. Siebenburgen. Rare Thaler. Bust of Sigismund. Bathorl 
to r holding sceptre. Rx. Arms, PRINCEPS TRANSYLVANIAE 
1595. Very fine. Resch 204. 

1643. Brunswick. Bell thaler. Three hands holding bell ropes, 
buildings beneath. TANDEM PATIENTIA VICTRIX AO 1643. 
Arms of August V. Fine. Rare. Knyphausen 462. 



150 



RARE THALERS. 



2771 New Line Wolfenbuttel. Shipsthaler. Bust of August facing front. 

AUGUSTUS HERTZOG ZU BRAUNS U LUNEB. Rx. Large and 
small ships. Man standing on land in foreground. ALLES MIT 
BEDACHT — IACTA. EST ALEA. Abt. Uncirculated. V. Scarce 
and choice. Sch. 6871. 

2772 Shipsthaler, different die, the bust smaller and more to left of the 

coin. Lettering smaller also. UND LUN at end. Rx. Vessels dif- 
ferent. Uncirculated, strong impression. V. Rare Sch. 6868. 

'2773 1630. Tyrols. Leopold. Bust to r, holding sceptre. Rev. reads 

TIROLI. Fine. 

2774 Another. Reverse reads TIROLIS and very fine and better executed 

piece. 

2775 1764. Saxe-Gotha. Head of Fredk III nude to r. FRIDER III. 

D.G. GOTHAN. SAXONUM DUX. Rx. Shield supported. X 
EINE FINE MARK. Almost proof. Rare type. 

2776 1804. Hohenzollem-Hechingen. Bust of Herman Fredk. to 1. 

HERMAN FRIDER. OTTO. D.G. Etc. Arms, crowned CONVEN- 
TIONIS AD NORMAN 1804. Uncirculated. Rare, especially so 
fine. 

2777 1766. Lowenstein. Bust of Carol to r. CAROL. D.G. S.R. IMP. 

PRINC. IN LOWENST & WERTH. Rx. Arms supported by two 
lions in different postures. X EINF FEINE MARK 176 6 all to- 
gether in one line. Unc., proof surface. V. Rare. 

2778 1640. Augsburg. Choice view thaler. Bust of Ferd. Ill, well ex- 

ecuted portrait bust. Rx. city view, pine cone under it. AVGVSTA 
VINDELICORVM. Uncirculated. 

2779 1745. Augsburg. Different type thaler. Splendid bust of Francis 

I largest style to r. Name, title, date in oval beneath. Rx. Female 
seated holding staff and large pine cone. AUGUSTA — VINDELIC. 
at sides. Br. Proof. V. Rare. Sch. 562. 

2780 1661. Besancon. Figure of Emperor Charles V. standing holding 

Orb and sceptre. CAROLVS QUINT ROM. IMPERATOR. Rx. 
Arms MONETA CIVIT. IMPER BISVNTINAE. Ex. Fine. 

2781 Schwabish Halle. Bust of Carl VI to r in splendid style, with long 

curls. CAROLVS VI. D.G. ROM. IMP. SEMP AVG. Rx. Shields. 
MONETA NOVA REPIVBLICAE HALAE SUEVICAE. Brilliant 
proof. Wonderful example. Year 1712. Finest we have seen. 
B. 39. 



RARE THALERS. 



151 



2782 1759. Regensburg. Conventions Thaler. Bust of Francis I. to r. 

Rx. Crossed keys in center of scroll. MONETA REIP RATISPON 
— ST. EINE F. C. M. — 1759. Brilliant proof. V. Rare state. 

2783 1780. Regensburg. View thaler. Large head of Joseph II to r. 

Remarkable view with towers, spires, moats, fortress, water, etc. 
Uncirculated. Sch. 7195. 

2784 1742. Nuremburg. Carolus VII. Largest type bust in finest style 

to r. CAROLUS VII. D.G. ROM. IMP. S.A. Rx. Different city view 
from last, showing the city and little water, and no bridges. TVTA 
HIS AVSPICIIS — NORIMBERGA S. 234. Unc., proof surface. 

2785 1890. Switzerland. Head to left. CONFEDERATIO HELVETICA 

1890 in one line. Rx. Shield with cross dividing 5 — F. Edge let- 
tered. Brilliant proof. Very rare thus. 

2786 1849. Aargau. Commem. 5 Fes. Female seated by tablet with 

arms. KUNST UND FLEISS DES FRIEDENS PREIS. — CANTON 
AARGAU, 1803. Rx. Shield. 25 JAHRIGE JUBELFEIER etc., 
1849. Br. Proof. V. Rare. First in these sales. W. 3516. 

2787 1865. Schaffhausen. Female seated by child. Arms, with goat to 

left. Brilliant. Unc. Rare state. 

2788 1795. Berne. Warrior standing. DOMUNUS PROVIDEBIT. 1795. 

Rx. Arms, crowned, with bear. RESPUBLICA BERNENSIS. Bril- 
liant proof. V.R. state. Best I have seen Lohner 186. 

2789 1814. Luzerne. 4 Franken. Warrior stands holding tablet in which 

XIX-CANT. SCHWEIZERE EIDS G NOSSENT. Rx. Arms crown- 
ed. CANTON LUZERN. 1814. Unc., sharp. Haas 94. 

2790 Orleans. Bust of Louis XVI to 1. Arms. Ecu. Fine. Mint. R. 

ESTATE PROPERTY 

U. S. FRACTIONAL CURRENCY SET. ALL UNCIRCULATED 

2791 1st Issue, Perforated edges, 5, 10, 25 and 50c ABNCo. Very rare. 

Sold per piece. 4 pcs. 

2792 1st Issue, cut edges, ABNCo., set 5, 10, 25, 50c. 4 pcs. 

2793 2nd Issue. 5, 10, 25, 50c. Choice. 4 pcs. 

2794 3rd Issue. 50c Justice. Red back, engr. Sigs. V.R. 

2795 50c Spinner. Red back, Autogr. Sigs Colby & Spinner. V. Rare. 

279 6 50c Spinner, red back, engr. Sigs. V.R. 

2797 50c Justice. Red back, Autogr. Sigs. Colby & Spinner. V. Rare. 

2798 50c Justice. Heavy fibre paper (parchment). V. rare. 



152 



FRACTIONAL CURRENCY. 



2799 50c Spinner, green backs, 2 var backs. 2 pcs. 

2800 10c. Red back. Autogr. Sigs Jeffries & Spinner. Very rare. 

2801 10c. Red back. Engr. Sigs. Rare. 

2802 10c. Green back, 5c same. 2 pcs. 

2803 5c Red back. Rare. 

2804 3c Light curtain. Rare. 

2805 25c Fessenden, red back. Unc. Rare. 

,2806 25c Fessenden, Green back. 

-2 807 4th Issue. 10c, 25c. Unc. 2 pcs. 

.2808 15c Plain white paper. Records to $1.40. 

.2809 50c Stanton. 

.2810 50c Lincoln. Scarce. 

VARIOUS ITEMS 

PROOF POLISH DUOAT, ETC. 

2 811 1697. Poland. August II. Coronation ducat. King mounted to r 

on perfectly plain field. Rx. under crown and sprigs. F. A. E. S.— 
EL. IN. REG — POLONIARUM — D 17 — 27 IUN — Ao 1693. D.G. 
above the crown. Gem piece. Brilliant proof. 

2812 Byzantine. Leo I. Bust of King facing Rx. Victory. V. Fine. 

2813 1911. Baden. 20 Marks. Bust of Fredk II. Arms. Unc. Not 

common. 

2814 1912. Venezuela. Bolivar, or 20 Fes. Bust. Arms. Unc. 

2815 La Purchase Exposition Gold Dollars. 1903. Bust of McKinley. 

Unc. Now very scarce. 

2816 1903. Another. Bust of Jefferson. Unc. 

TWELVE CENT ENCASED STAMPS, ETC. 

2 817 Rare Encased Postage Stamp. 12c J- Gault. Ex. Fine. Very rare. 

2818 Civil War Tokens. Bust of Lincoln to r, stars, date. Rx. Lincoln & 

Union, B. Unc; Another. Rx. Eagle Lincoln & UNION. Silvered, 
a third as last, but gilt proof. 3 pcs. 

CENTENNIAL DOLLAR, etc. 

2819 187 6. Liberty standing holding sword. “By Authority of Congress.” 

Proof in box. Record over $12 in these sales. 

2820 1876. Nevada Centennial Dollar. Two soldiers by Liberty bell. 

Proof a few edge nicks. Rare. 



2821 

2822 

2823 

2824 

2825 

2826 

2827 

2828 

2829 

2830 

2831 

2832 

2833 

2834 

2835 

2836 

2837 

2838 

2839 

2840 



1 5 3 



RARE MEXICAN WAR SILVER MEDAL 

New York Arms of NYCity. Presented by city of NY. to its regiment 
in the Mex. War. Name of Frederick Cook 2nd Corpl. Company K 
in field. Liberty hurling thunderbolt. Names of battles. Heavy 
silver with ring. 5 2 MM. Fine. I haven’t had one in years. 

FOREIGN SILVER DOLLARS 

1616. Germany. Broad Baptismal or Tauftaler. Christ Baptizing. 
Ins in German. Rx. Scriptural quotation, etc. in 12 lines. Mint 
state. Diameter 53 MM. Choice. 

Papal. Scudo of Innocent XI. Bust to 1, bearded. Name. Rx. 
DEXTERA — TVA DOMINE — PERCVSSIT— INIMICUM. Slight 

traces of 100*4 removed. Fine. 

1847. England. Victoria. Gothic Crown. Elaborate bust. Cross. 
Proof. Rare. 

CONSIGNMENT C 

U. S. CENTS 

1794. Hays 14, 17, 32, 34, 39. Mostly fair. 5 pcs. 

1794. H. 14, 39, 43, 45, 51, 52. Mostly fair. 6 pcs. 

1798. Imperfect 9 1803 (2) ’3 (2), ’5. Good lot. 6 pcs. 

1806. Good. 

1809. Very fair. Rare. 

1810, 1814, good, 1852. Unc. 3 pcs. 

1817. Unc., red, the obv. bright red. 

1825. Small As Practically Unc. Rare, reddish color. 

1836. Perf. fine. 

1850. Bright red. Unc. 

1853. Unc., red. 

1846. S. date, double cut 6 1847. VF. 2 pcs. 

1848. Entire date double struck. Unc., the reverse bright 
red, Unc. Very rare in any condition, much more so than either 
1846 or 1847 double dates. 

1798, 1826, 2 var, ’33; Half Cts 1805 — stems, ’6 stemless, 7 G. to 
Abt. F. 7 pcs. 

1804 Half Cts. G 2-5-7-8 1807. VG lot. 6 pcs. 

1805. G. 2, fine also, stems, over 3. F. 2 pcs. 



154 



U. S. CENTS. 



2841 1806. G. 2. Short 6, stems. Rare. Surface corrosion, good. 

2842 Hard Times Tokens. Low 20. Unc., red (2 ) y 2 Low 33 (not erased) 

Low 80, 83 V.G. & F. 5 pcs. 

2843 Low 84. Unc., red. 

2844 Low 84, 86, 99, 100, 101, 109. Benedict, last rare & fine. 6 pcs. 

2845 Jackson. Silver medalet, various political tokens, Jackson to Sey- 

mour some very good. 11 pcs. 

2846 Early Venetian, pieces, ducat size. Figure of Christ, etc. (2) Papal 

Lira, Pius IX, Swiss, Swedish, etc. Small to Franc size. Good lot 
silver. 14 pcs. 

284 7 For’n Copper Swedish & European. Some fine. 24 pcs. 

2848 Large Lot of Gennan (with a few Austrian) Copper coins, large as- 

sortment from many cities, provinces, states. Some very rare. 4 03 
pcs. 

CHOICE LOT OF ANGLO-SAXON PENNIES 

2849 ( A.D. 870). St. Edmund. (Slain by the Danes in 870). Memorial 

penny. X SCEADMNVD In centre. A. Rx. X ADELBERT MEEEC. 
Cross pattee. B. M. Cat. P. 100, No. 142, Very fine. V. Rare. 

2 850 Another, same general type of obv. Rx. BOSECIN MONETA. Ex. 
fine. Rare. 

2851 A third of St. Edmund Rx. BOMECN MONA. Ex. fine. Rare. 

2852 (A.D. 877-894). Northumbria. Cnut. Obv. CNVT REX disposed 

around cross pattee. Rx. X. CVNNETTI. Small cross pattee, single 
pellets, around patriarchal cross inverted. Perfect condition. Unc. 
Rare gem. 

2853 (A.D. 9 01-9 75). Edward, The Elder. Without bust. X EADWEARD 

REX. Small cross pattee. Rx. BERIIV XXX ALD (retrograde) 
MO. From J. P. Carlyon Britton Collection. Very rare. Uncircu- 
lated. 

2854 (A.D. 957). Eadgar. EADGAR REX G. Small cross pattee. Rx. 

FAZTOLYY. MON. Small cross patee. V. F. Rare. 

2855 (A.D. 979-1016). Ethelred II. The Unready. Figure to left. X 

EDELRED. REX. ANG. Rx. Small cross pattee. PVLFSIGE M 
O GRAM (Cambridge Mint). Extra fine. 

2856 A different bust to left. X EDELRED REX ANGLO. Rx. EDPINE 

MO GRANT (Cambridge mint). Extremely fine and choice. 

2857 A still different head to the left, by different moneyer, very small 

style. Rx. Small cross pattee. LEOFNOD ON LEIG (Chester 
Mint). Ex. fine. 



ANGLO-SAXON PENNIES. 



155 



2858 A still different obv. die. Rx. Long cross. PYNSIGE MNO EAXE 

(Exeter mint). V. Fine. Rare. 

2859 A still different obv. due, large head. Rx. Long cross. COLGRIM 

MNO LING. V ery fine. Rare. 

ANCIENT GOLD COINS 

2860 ( A.D. 306-337). Constantine I. Aureus. CONSTAN-TINUS P. F. 

AVG. Bust to r. Emperor standing to right, two prisoners at hia 
feet. VBIQVE VICTOR. PTR (Treves Mint). Fine. Cohen 565. 
Fine. Very rare. Much more so than the later emperors. 

2861 Celtic Gold. Half stater. Rude head to r. after Philip II coinage. 

Rx. Chariot to r with driver. Very fine. V. Rare. First in our 
sales. 

2862. .Mediomatrici (Metz). Small, narrow head to r with curly hair. 
Rx. Pegasus flying to r. Half stater. Fine. V. Rare. 

ROMAN SILV ER, ETC. 

28 63 Elagabalus. Head to r. Name. Rx. Health std. VF patinated. 

28 64 Julia Paula. Head to r. IVLIA PAVLA AVG. Rx. Concord seated. 
Ex. fine. Very rare. 

286 5 Julia Maesa. Bust to r. Rx. SAECVLI FELICITAS. Ex. fine. 

2866 Bust to r. Rx. Vestal. Fine. 

28 67 Sevenis Alexander. Plead to i\ Mars R. Abt. Unc. 

2868 First Bronze. Aurelius. Head to r, bearded. Corrosion spot on 

rev. Rome std. Fine portrait, patinated. Fine. 

2869 Julia Mamea. Head to r. Rx. Vesta. Fine. 

2870 Gordian III Pius. Head to r Eternity. Brilliant green patina. Fine. 

2871 Gordian III. Bust r Jove standing. Fine, patinated green. 

2872 Gordian III. Bust to r Concord. Fine, patinated. 

2873 Middle Bronze of Domitian. Head r Vestal 1. S.C. Fine. 

GALLIC TETRADRACHM IN SILVER 

2874 Bearded head to r, after coins of Philip II. laureated. Rx. Horse- 

man to r, with rider, a triskelis beneath. Letter r under fore 
leg. Very fine. Rare. 

SWISS GOLD COINS 

28T5 1810. Zurich. DUCATUS REIPUBLICAE TURICENSIS. Eagle, by 

shield. Rx. IVST1TIA — ET — CONCORDIA — 1810 W. 89. Extreme- 
ly fine. V. Rare. 



SWISS GOLD. 



15 6 

2876 1734. Zurich. Half Ducat. Lion to r REIPUBLICAE TIGURINAE. 

Rx. ANNO DOMINI 1736. Fine. Rare. 

MISCELLANEOUS COINS, NUMISMATIC BOOKS, ETC. 

2877 Gilbert (E.). U. S. HALF CENTS. With plates. New copy, priced 

$4.00. 

2877a Unbound copy. No plates. 

2878 Gilbert and Elder, after Frossard. The U- S. Cents of 1794, new find- 

ing lists, new illustrations, etc. Fine copy. 

2879 Gilbert & Elder. U. S. Cents of 1796. With plates. Very fine. 

2880 Scotts Copper & Nickel Coins. Last edition. Out of print. 185 

pages, coins priced. None on the market. Last record over $3.00. 
Very fine copy. 

2881 Scotts Gold & Silver Coins. Last edition, as new, includes Roman 

coins. Out of print. Getting scarce. Should bring $5.00. 

2882 Miscellaneous lots of coins, medals, etc. Includes Sutlers tokens, 

identification checks of last war, Lincoln Medals, foreign copper 
and nickel coins, quite a variety of material. Many fine. 500 pcs. 

2883 Colombia. Head of Liberty. Rx. Value 5c; also smaller 2%c nickel. 

Value. Duplicates. 500 pcs. 

2884 Rare Colombian Indian Pottery, 800 years old, satirical form. Fine 

state. Rare. 3 pcs. 

2885 Colombia. Rare ancient decorated Spinning discs, used in the most 

ancient spinning f flax and yarn. Perfect state. Rare, 800 years 
old, 2 varieties. 2 pcs. 

2886 Cut and Polished Gem Stones. Collection all different stones, shapes 

or colors. A very nice lot for cabinet or mounting. 35 pcs. 

2887 Necklaces, A collection of various kinds, Chinese, Japanese, Curious, 

2888 Genuine Crystal bead necklace dull finish. As new, worth $15 to 

$ 20 . 

2889 Three attractive necklaces. Green Jade color, another yellow am- 

ber, a third Chinese blue. As new. 3 pcs. 

2890 Lot of Foreign, with a few American postage stamps, including some 

sets, a very good lot including 8 used 16c Aeroplanes in a block, 
and includes 29 pieces of foreign paper money of the war (some 
in sets Stamps (218). 247 pcs. 

2890a Long carved white bead necklace. Value $10. 



157 

ROSS COLLECTION OF ANCIENT SILVER COINS 
GREEK SILVER 

2891 (B.C. 430-350). Dyrrachium. Stater, antique style. Cow and calf. 

Rx. stellate square. About fine. Head 315. 

2892 (B.C. 485-461). Messana. Tetr. Mule car to r, a leaf beneath. Rx. 

Hare name. Good. 

2893 (B.C. 631-530). Cyrene. Stater, archaic type. Silphium plant either 

side. Rx. in incuse square. Good. V. Rare H. P. 865. 

2894 (B.C. 400). Velia Stater. Nymph Velia to 1. Rx. Lion attacking 

stag. About fine. Scarce H. 4 8. 

2895 (B.C. 456-431). . Aegina. Stater. Turtle with shell divisions shown.' 

Rx. Five clear compartments, plain. Fine to very fine. In great 
demand. 

2896 (B.C. 466). Gela. Tetradrachm. Large man-headed bull to right, 

swimming, on plain field. Rx. Quadriga to r, a column behind. 
Very good. H. 141. 

2897 (B.C. 413-405). Stater. More elaborate man-headed bull to r, 

CEAAE beneath. Rx. Warrior mounted to r on galloping horse. 
See H. P. 141. Very fine. V. Rare. 

289 8 (B.C. 370-358). Sidon. Strato I. Two Shekels. Galley, waves be- 

neath. Rx. King in chariot to left. Heavy coin. Good. See Head 
795 F. 350. 

2899 (B.C. 370-358). Half Shekel. Same types. About fine. 

2900 (B.C. 4 6 6-422). Leontini. Apollo head to r. Rx. Lion’s head with 

open jaws, 4 corn grains. Inscr. H. 7 8. Tetradrachm. Very good. 

2901 (B.C. 472-413). AgTigentum. Stater. Obv. Crab incuse. Rx. 

Eagle to left, name. Stater. Fine. H.P. 120. 

2902 Another, larger fian, larger crabs Rx. AG etc. Very good. 

2903 (B.C. 331). Babylonia. Mazaeus (Satrap). Lion to left. Rx. Baal 

enthroned Tetr. Good. H. 357. Scarce. 

2904 (B.C. 407-407 Athens. Tetradrachm. Largest type. Head of 

Athena with eye facing front. Rx. Owl AOE, sprig. Good. 

2905 Another, cruder fabric, with eye in profile. Very good. 

2906 A third still different type, thick and clumpy. About fine. 

2907 Another. Good to VG. 

2908 Small thick type in very fine state. Small ornamental test stamp on 

cheek. Scarce. 

2909 (B.C. 305-285). Alexander IV (Aegus). Head of Alexander Magnus 

in elephant skin, to r. Rx. Pallas to r. Name. Tetr. Good. Head 
374 . 



158 



GREEK SILVER. 



2910 Another, similar edges broken a little. Good. 

2911 (B.C. 80). Ptolemy XI. Head to r. Rx. Eagle. Name, year. Tetra- 

drachm. Fine. Fine silver. 

2912 Another, different die. Fine. Fine silver. 

2913 (B.C. 478-413). Syracuse. Tetr. Head of Arethusa to r, dolphins. 

Biga to r. Very good. 

2914 (B.C. 300). Carthage. Didrachm. Pallas helmeted to 1. Rx. Horses 

head Stater, the obv. a little off center. Very good. Rare. 

2915 (B.C. 352). Neapolis (Naples). Stater. Persephone. Man-headed 

bull. Good. 

2916 (B.C. 200). Pergamus. Cistophori. Obv. Cista Mystica, serpent 

issued from upraised lid. Rx. Two coiled serpents by bow-case. 
Very good. H. 284. 

2917 (B.C. 300-250). Macedon. Alex. III. Posthumous tetr. Large head. 

Hercules to r. Rx. Zeus enthroned 1. Name of Alexander. Broad 
type G. 

2918 (B.C. 200). Aradus. Head of turreted Aradus to r. Rx. Pallas. 
Name. Tetr. Good. Rare. 

2919 (B.C. 93). Macedon. (Under Rome). L. Julius Caesar Praetor, 

Aesillas Quaestor. Head of Alexander the Great in flowing locks to 
r. MAKE A ON UN. Rx. Club by money chest and quaestors 
chair. Head 153. Fine. Slight flake out of flan on obv. field. 
292 0 (B.C. 150). Thasos. Broad tetradrachm. Head of Dionysius to r. 

Rx. Hercules with club standing nude to left. Name, etc. Very fine. 

2921 (B.C. 200). Dyrrachium. Drachm. Cow and calf. Name. Stellate 

square. Fine. 

2922 Arcadia. Triobols. Head of Zeus. Rx. Magistrates monogram. 

Fine. 2 pcs. 

2923 (B.C. 310). Ptolemy I. Tetr. Aged bust. Eagle. Very good. 

HOMAN SILVER COINS 
All of Denarius Size 

2924 Roma. Helmeted head to r. Biga, 2 types. Fine. 2 pcs. 

2925 Herennia, Procilia etc. Fine lot. 5 pcs. 

2926 Gallia. Head r, Empress stdg. Good; Nerva. Head r. Fortune, VG. 

2 pcs. 

2927 Tiberius. The Tribute Penny, mentioned in St. Matthew. Head r. 

Livia std. Very good. 

292 8 Faustina I. Bust to r, Empress std. V. Fine. 



ROMAN SILVER. 



159 

2929 Ant. Tins. Head to r. Rx. Empress and Abundance. F. 2 pcs. 

2930 L. Aelius. Bearded head r Concord std. Fine. Rare. 

2931 Domitian, Trajan. Marcus Aurelius, Hadrian. Very good. Scarce. 

4 pcs. 

2932 Julia Maesa. Head to r. Rx. Pudicity. Fine. 

2933 Elagabalus. Head r. Rome std. Fides Exercitus. F. 

2934 Sassania. Fire-worshipper’s drachms, 2 types. Head, crescents. Rx. 





Fire altar with attendants. Very 
B.C. 50 — A.D. 150. 


curious. 


Fine. 3 


pcs. 


Period 


2935 


Partliia. Bearded king. 1. Rx. Figure std. Ins in 


double lines. 




Fine. Different. 3 pcs. 




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2936 


Parthia. Various rulers. King in 


Persian 


headgear. 


VG 


to fine. 




5 pcs. 










2937 


Constantius II. MB. silvered. VG 


to fine. 


3 pcs. 







ORIENTAL SILVER COINS 

2 9 38 Japan. Curious bean money in silver, 1 looks base gold. Sizes 14 
t o2 2 MM. Fine. See Munro page 20 6 for this money. 3 pcs. 

2939 Curious bean or slug-shaped base silver, covered with counter- 

stamps. Size 28 x 35 MM, rather oval in shape. Fine. Rare. 

2940 Two more, one long oval, size 15 x 45 MM, the other 15 x 20 MM. 

G. to fine. 2 pcs. 

2941 Rectangular 1 Bu. Inscribed, VF. 3 pcs. 

2942 India, Bengal etc. Various rupees, entirely native inscriptions. 1 

square, some doubtless rare G. to fine. 5 pcs. 

294 3 Others, various issues and rajahs. G. to F. 5 pcs. 

2944 Baroda. Bust of Gaekwar to r; another, of Bikanir state. Fine. 

2 pcs. 

2945 Half Rupee (old) and Morocco half dol (1312 AH); Persia. Lion. 

2 Fc size. VG to F. 3 pcs. 

2946 Annam. Oblong silver, stamped. Size 14 x 45MM. Fine. Rare. 
294 7 Travancore. Rama Vurma Rupee 18 89. Ins. both English and na- 
tive VF. Rare. (First in these sales). 

2948 China. Dr. Sun Yat Sen. Bust to 1. Rx. Flags. 20c Unc. Rare. 
294 9 Travancore Copper Coins. Chuckrum, new, new type. Star. Ins. 
Mint state. 50 pcs. 

2950 Fifty more, bright Unc. 50 pcs. 



160 



VARIOUS FOREIGN SILVER COINS 

2951 Papal. Julius II. Very early Matapan. Saints Peter and Paul stdg. 

Arms. Very good. V. Rare. 

2952 Julius III. Matapan. St. Peter stdg. Rx. Arms. Good. V.R. 

2953 Pius V (before 1560) Testoon. Figure to right bearded. PIUS 

IIIII PONT. MAX. Rx. Lion holding flag to left MATER STUDIOR- 
US, etc. Abt. fine. Very rare. 

2954 Spain. Proclamation 4 Reals. Busts to r, jugata. Ferd. VII and 

Queen. Names, titles with CATHOLICIS. Rx. Hercules standing 
holding two lions between pillars SUPER MUROS TUOS CONSTI- 
TUI CUSTODES. ISAI. 62 — Ins, below, date 1816. Fine. Rare. 

2955 (B.C. 1556-98). Spain or Mexico. Philip II. Robinson Crusoe’s 

“piece of eight.” Cross, arms. Chield, crowned. Rough edges. 
Fine. 

29 5 6 Another, almost square shaped. Fine as ever issued. Little shows 
but arms. 

2957 1780. Papal. Pius VI. Scudo. VGood. 

2958 1676. Milan. Chas. II of Spain. Bust. Arms. Scudo. Very good. 

Rare. 

2959 1744. Lucca. St. Martin giving his cloak to a beggar. Very good. 

Scudo. 

2960 Venice. Grossi or Ducat-sized coins. Ant. Veneri (A.D. 1382); Fr. 

Foscari (1423) Pietro Gradenigo (1355); Lorenzo Tiepolo (A.D. 
1268). Very fine lot. Figure of Christ in halo. Doge stdg, etc. 
Rare. 4 pcs. 

2961 (1474-1504). Spain. Ferdinand and Isabel. 2 Reals. Half real. 

VG & Fine. 2 pcs. 

SCARCE FOREIGN SILVER UNDER DOLLAR SIZE 

2962 (1676-89). Papal. Innocent XI. Rare Bolognese Half Scudo. Crude 

bust to r. Rx. Arms of the city BONONIA DOCET. Rossi No. 522. 
(Cost $5.50) Fine. 

2963 (1666-75). Lubeck. (Bishopric). August Fredk. % thaler. Bust 

to r. as Duke of Holstein. Cstpd for currency in the Franconian 
Circle. Shield bears arms of Denmark, Norway and 6 others. V. 
Rare and fine. (Cost $4.50). V. Rare. 

2964 (1612-19). Oampen. Crown of 28 Stivers, with title of Emperor 

Matthias II. Parts not strongly struck as usual. Fine. Rare. 



2965 

2966 

2967 

2968 

2969 

2970 

2971 

2972 

2973 

2974 

2975 

2976 

2977 

2978 

2979 

2980 

2981 

2982 

2983 



FOREIGN SILVER. 



1 61 

(1545-1608). Lorraine. Charles III. Testoou, dated 1601. Head 
to left. Name, titles. Rx. Arms. Fine. V.R. DeSaulcy XXI. 4. 
(Cost $3.50). 

(1664-97). Wurtemburg-Oels. *4 Thaler. Silvius. Fredk. Bust r. 
Arms. Fine. Rare. 

(1599-1625). East Friesland. Enno III. % Thaler. Name. Double 
arms. V.Fine and rare. 

(1608-24). Lorraine. Henry III. Testoon. Dated 1615, for Nancy. 
Bust to r. Arms. Fine. Cost $4.50. 

1626. Switzerland. Constance. Double Arms. Ferd. II. Fine Tes- 
toon. V. Rare. 

Another, 1627. Abt. Fine. V. Rare. First offered in my sales. 
Tunis, Persia, Siam, half dol and 2 Fc size: Russia, Nich. II. Half 
ruble. Fine lot. 4 pcs. 

(1625). Poland. Sigis. III. 1/6 Thaler. Abt. F. 1796. Milan. 30 
Soldi; Sicily. Philip IV. Bust. % crown. Rare lot. VG. 3 pcs. 
1610. Sicily. Philip. Bust in ruff to 1. X A crown. 1790. Parma. 
Lire Tre Di Parma. VG. 2 pcs. 

Papal. Gregory XIII. Early Matapan. Pope kneeling before saint 
ET TIBI DABO CLA. Arms. Very fine. Rare. 

WEST-SIDE CONSIGNMENT 
AUTOGRAPHS, PORTRAITS, ETC. 

Layafette. (Marquis De). A.L.S. addressed. 2 rare portraits. 3 pcs. 
Lafayette. (Marquis de). L.S. Aug. 27, 1832, addressed. 2 fine 
portraits. 3 pcs. 

Lafayette (M. De) Excessively rare portrait in color. 

Dumas (Alexandre pere). Author of Monte Cristo, etc. A.L.S. and 
portrait. 2 pcs. 

Dumas (Alex. fils). Eminent French dramatist. A.L.S. & portrait. 
2 pcs. 

Lopez (General). South American. A.L. 3rd person, Paris, June 
15, 1835, portrait. R. 2 pcs. 

Scott (Winfield) Lt. Gen. U. S. Army. Autog. check signed, portrait. 
2 pcs. 

French Revolution. Money, (assignats) and mandates. 10 sols to 
500 Fes. last rare. 15 pcs. 

French Revolution. Assignats, 10 sols to 25 Fes. 90 pcs. 



162 AUTOGRAPHS, PORTRAITS, ETC. 

2984 French Rev’n. Money. 10 Sols to 25 F. 90 pcs. 

29 85 French Rev’l money. Uncut sheet 10 Fes. 8 pcs. 

2 986 Old Roman Money. Papal, before 1800. 8 pcs. 

2987 Colonial Money, State of NY. 1771, a 11 fac-similes. 22 pcs. 

2988 Rare Plate of Colonial Governors seals, State of NY. English Seal! 

from Win. Conqueror, Stock warrants, etc. 12 pcs. 

2989 Revenue Stamps, lc to $3, some early foreign, etc., mounted on card 

board. Sold per piece. 268 pcs. 

2990 U. S. Internal Revenue Stamps, lc to $2, some early for’n, and U. S. 

Mounted. Sold per piece. 261 pcs. 

2991 U. S. Internal Revenue Stamps lc to 50c. 143 pcs. 

2992 1862. $100. C.S.A. Train cars. J. T. Paterson, Columbia, S.C. 

Mostly Unc. 47 pcs. 

2993 1862. $100 Cars. Crisp (20); 1864 $1 (11) 1864 50c (18); and 

Misc. C.S.A. with some bond coupons of Fla. etc., a few contempor- 
aneous are copies (2 or 3) Mostly Unc. (27). 76 pcs. 

2994 Autographs, etc. Elizabeth of England. Warrant to execute, Mary 

queen of Scots, old English writing, 1587 (fac simile) 3 pages, 10 
large portraits, etc. No dups. 11 pcs. 

2995 Gleo. III. Document signed, 1779. 2 fine portraits. 3 pcs. 

2996 Mary (Princess) Dau. of Geo. III. A.L.S. on royal paper, extra fine 

Very rare. Portraits of father & mother. 3 pcs. 

29 9 7 George III. Document signed, portrait, also queen. 3 pcs. 

2998 Geo. III. D. S. & portrait of his queen. 3 pcs. 

2999 Charles I. Fine portraits and one of execution. 3 pcs. 

3000 Pi-evost (Sir. G.) Gov. of Lower Canada. D. S. 1814. 

3001 Kings & Queens of England. Early engraved. Elizabeth, Mary, 

etc. Charlemagne to Edw. VII. Fine coll’n. No dups. 189 pcs. 

3002 Louis XIV. Very fine Document signed, 1705, portrait. 2 pcs. 

3003 Louis XIV. D.S. 1715, last year of reign. Portrait. 2 pcs. 

3004. .Kings & Queens of France and old world rulers, from Caesar to Na- 
poleon, early engravings, worth to $1 each. No dups. 149 pcs. 

3005 Popes & Cardinals. Pius VI, VII, IX, etc. Early engravings. Un- 
usual coll’n, no duplicates. Some large. 75 pcs. 



163 



TWO CHOICE HALF EAGLES OF 1798 

1*10111 Diffei ent Dies, with four and live berry reverses 

3006 1798. Head of Liberty to r, with flowing locks, LIBERTY, stars, 

date. Small date. The 1 and 8 touch bust, and hair. The figure 
8 is \ ei y small. Claw fully touches stand of A. About uncircu- 
lated. Very rare so. Slight planchet mark across head. Five ber- 
ries in the branch on reverse! Some lustre. 

3007 1798. Similar type, large date, the figures close, the figure 8 espec- 

ially large but does not touch the bust. Rx. Claw almost touches 
stand of A. Four berries in the branch on reverse! Uncirculated. 
Very rare gem. 

VARIOUS RARE ITEMS 
KENTUCKY SETTLEMENTS HALF PENNY 

3008 1796. Kentucky. The Middleton Half Penny. Hope standing be- 

side an anchor, presenting two children to a female whose right 
hand is extended to receive them, while her left supports the staff 
with liberty cap; before her is an olive branch and wreath, and 
behind her a cornucopia. Legend: BRITISH SETTLEMENT KEN- 
TUCKY. In exergue, 1791. Rx. Variety A. Britannia, with head 
bowed, her spear inverted; a bundle of fasces, the scales of justice, 
and a broken sword at her feet, while before her the cap of Liberty 
rises from the earth. Legend. PAYABLE BY P. P. P. MIDDEL- 
TON. Edge plain. NOTE: — It also comes with edge milled). Sil- 
ver, weight 177 grains. Brilliant proof original. Exceedingly rare. 
One of our rarest American Continental pieces. Great sales like 
the Stickney did not have it. Should bring $50 to $75.00. We 
have not had one in a dozen years in our sales. 

3009 1773. Virginia. Head Geo. III. Half P. Period after VIRGINIA. 

Bright red. Rare so. 

3010 Washington Button. Blocked letters GW in oval in center; above 

in semi-circle LONG LIVE THE PRESIDENT. Fine, with shank. 
Very rare. Worn during his inauguration ceremonies, 1789. 

3011 Washington Button. Different type, same period. G.W. in script 

letters in circle in center, around which LONG LIVE THE PRESI- 
DENT. the whole encircles by a chain of 13 links, the initial of a 
state on each link. Fine, but shank gone. Diameter 35 MM. Rare. 

3012 Colonial Coat button, same diameter, but plain top, rare; another, 

diameter 29, with shank. Rare. 2 pcs. 



164 



PRIVATE GOLD PATTERNS 

3013 1850. Baldwin & Co., Obv. A corboy holding a lariat to right, 

mounted. CALIFORNIA GOLD — 1850. TEN DOLLARS. Rx. 
Eagle on branch as on U. S. Half Eagles. BALDWIN & CO — SAN 
FRANCISCO. Edge plain. White metal proof. Exceedingly rare. 
NOTE: — One sold in gold brought about $250. 

3014 1861. $2y 2 Clark Gruber & Co. Colorado. Head of Liberty to left 

stars, date as on quarter eagles. Rx. Eagle, similar. CLARK 
GRUBER & CO. DENVER — 2 1 / £D. Edge milled. Copper Proof. V. 
Rare, partly red. 

CHOICE U. S. CENTS, 1817, 1824, 1830. 

3015 1817. Variety with Fifteen Stars. Practically Unc., glossy brown. 

Rare state. 

3016 1824. Small, wide date. Uncirculated. Very rare state, olive 

color. 

3017 1830. Without inner circle. Sharp uncirculated, medium brown. 

Nice coin. Rare so. 

RARE OREGON EXCHANGE FIVE DOLLARS IN GOLD 

3018 1849. (First year of private gold coins). Oregon. Obv. a beaver 

to right. K. M. T. A. W. R. G. S.; below T (Territory) O (Oregon) 
— 184 9 — sprig on either side of date. Rx. OREGON EXCHANGE 
COMPANY — 130 G— NATIVE — GOLD. — 5 D. Fine to very fine. 
The best example we have seen. Usually comes badly worn. 

We have not had one in a sale in a dozen years. Rare enough to 
bring $500.00. Let us see whether or not collectors appreciate a 
good thing 



— THE END — 



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the United States and Canada. We send out from 1100 to 1200 catalogues 
of each sale to live collectors, which include many of the larger and more 
important collectors, and some unknown to any other dealer in the country. 
In this way we are enabled to reach a great variety of collectors, with the 
best possible results to yourself. Our sales date from 190 3, covering a 
period of over 18 years, and we have been in business since 1898, over 
twenty-three years. Some of our sales include, the Gschwend (1907), total 
59,200; James B. Wilson (1908), total $12,600; the Mougey (1910), al- 
most $21,000; the Woodin (1911), almost $17,000, and the Miller Sale, to- 
tal about $11,000. Davis Sale, $9,561.03; 2nd Miller Sale, $9,569.88; Sale 
of July 9th, $10,097.76; February Sale, $15,000. This shows we can handle 
sales of all sizes without difficulty. Write us for terms, New York, the 
greatest city in America, is none the less great as a coin selling market. 
Communicate with us for further particulars, or send on your collections 
addressed as below. Our sales up to this time number around 220. 

THE ELDER COIN AND CURIO COMPANY, 

THOMAS L. ELDER, MANAGER. 

21 WEST 35th STREET, NEW YORK. 



(OVER) 



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Ancients. 

Roman Bronze, .’2, 54, 96, 133. 

Silver, it 9, 155, 157. 

Gold, 155. 

Autographs, Portraits, &c., 161. 

Books, Catalogs, &c., 123, 130, 156. 

Colonial, 38, 81, 95, 132, 137, 163. 

Fractional Currency, 46, 151. 

Foreign. 

Silver, 39, 43, 47, 62, 87, 91, 92, 97, 120, 140, 147, 153, 160. 
Copper, 41, 44, 82, 132. 

Gold, 50, 51, 60, 89, 96. 

Hard Times Tokens, 55. 

Masonic Mark Pennies, 139. 

Medals. 

Andrew Jackson, 8. 

Martin Van Buren, 10. 

William H. Harrison, 12. 

Henry Clay, 17. 

Zachary Taylor, 23. 

Abraham Lincoln, 25. 

Miscellaneous, 7 to 37, 46, 54, 84, 86, 91, 102, 104, 136. 
Military Orders, 143. 

Paper Money, 85. 

Pattern Coins. Foreign, 52, 164. 

United States. 

Gold, 37, 49, 52, 80, 90, 95, 133, 134, 142, 163. 

Silver, 53, 80, 94, 105, 106, 129, 134. 

Copper, 81, 93, 105, 115, 138, 153, 164. 

Celebrated 1804 Silver Dollar, 132. 



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