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The E-Sylum: Volume 12, Number 17, April 26, 2009, Article 31

A DOG NAMED BANKNOTE

Here's another dog with a medal. Perhaps inspired by the Horse named Numismatist bank-note-dog Geoffrey Bell writes:
The dog pictured is Banknote who won first place at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo in 1901. I have also scanned the actual medal awarded to its owner D.W. Ogilvie of Montreal, Quebec.








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On a different subject Geoff adds:
This coin is a mystery to me. It appears to be a family crest on a host U.S. cent. Perhaps our readers could answer the mystery.


1846 Cent counterstamped


It's certainly an unusual combination of counterstamps. Has anyone seen anything like this? -Editor




Wayne Homren, Editor

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