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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 32, August 6, 2006, Article 20

INFORMATION ON JAMES RANDALL SOUGHT

Dave Perkins writes: "I found the following invoice among numismatic
correspondence that I acquired from the estate of the late Frank
Stirling of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  The invoice is on stationery and
is dated August 12, 1959 from a James P. Randall, Professional
Numismatist, P.O. Box 2205, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.  Readers may
find this of interest, especially for the pricing on these sale
catalogs in 1959.

A.N.S. Exhibition Catalog……………...   7.50
G.H. Earle, Jr. Collection catalog……..  42.50
Dr. G.A. Lawrence Collection catalog…  17.50

Did any of our readers know James P. Randall, or have any
information on him?  It appears that Randall was a coin dealer
and also handled at least some numismatic literature.

Frank Stirling was a numismatist and collected early dollars (among
other items) and has been a subject of my early dollar research over
the years.  He published a couple of articles in The Numismatist
announcing the discovery of two different early dollar die marriages.
One die marriage was discovered by Stirling and the other by W. G.
Baldenhofer (but was written up and published by Stirling).

The Chapman Earle sale had some nice early dollars, some of
which were plated (obverse only)."

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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