The Numismatist, Bände 12-13

American Numismatic Association, 1899
Vols. 24-52 include the proceedings of the A.N.A. convention. 1911-39.

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Seite 211 - Michigan : the southern classification which governs generally in the territory south of the Ohio and Potomac rivers and east of the Mississippi River...
Seite 264 - Yet I doubt not thro' the ages one increasing purpose runs, And the thoughts of men are widen'd with the process of the suns. What is that to him that reaps not harvest of his youthful joys, Tho...
Seite 172 - Judea weeps. Now scantier limits the proud arch confine, And scarce are seen the prostrate Nile or Rhine ; A small Euphrates through the piece is roll'd, And little eagles wave their wings in gold.
Seite 42 - YEARS' EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS • DESIGNS ... COPYRIGHTS &c. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable.
Seite 121 - Latin thesaurus inventus, which is where any money or coin, gold, silver, plate, or bullion, is found hidden in the earth, or other private place, the owner thereof being unknown...
Seite 172 - Convinced, she now contracts her vast design, And all her triumphs shrink into a coin. A narrow ORB each crowded conquest keeps, Beneath her palm here sad Judea weeps.
Seite 316 - ... which there passed a stout iron screw of an inch or more diameter, to the bottom of which was fixed one of the dies, whilst the other was received into a square hole made in the bottom cross piece, where it lay very steady as in a proper bed.
Seite 316 - Charles II. the tradesmen and victuallers in general, that is, all that pleased, coined small money or tokens for the benefit and convenience of trade. And for this there was in a manner a perfect necessity, since, at that time, there were but few brass halfpennies coined by authority, and no great quantity of farthings, which likewise were in bulk very small.
Seite 316 - The inquiry then is, how this affair of coining was managed and conducted by the private tradesman. At the borough of Chesterfield, in Derbyshire, Mr. Edward Wood, and afterwards his son Richard Wood, who were both of them apothecaries, coined money amongst others ; and on the death of the late Mr. Edward Wood, son of the said Richard, the dies and the press were found in the house, from whence we are enabled to comprehend the whole process, which may be presumed not to have been very intricate....
Seite 18 - Bronze and copper coins now current in the Island of Cuba will be received at their face value for fractional parts of a dollar in a single payment to an amount...

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