One of Mr. Davis' current research projects is the U.S.
Half Dime of 1802, the rarest date in the series. He's
looking for sale prices and buyers of 1802 Half Dimes
in the following auctions. If you own or have access to
priced and/or named copies of the following catalogs,
write to him at email@example.com
- Jos. N.T. Levick, Edward Cogan, 12/19/1859, Lot 187
- Wm. A Lilliendahl, Wm. H. Strobridge, 12/15/1863, Lot 696
- John F. McCoy, W.E. Woodward, 10/28/1867, Lot 619
- C.N. Bodey, John W. Haseltine, 10/29/1872 Lot 271
- Col. M.I. Cohen, Edward Cogan, 10/25/1875, Lot 813
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"First, I am looking for information on Biafra.
It was a small country that tried to break off from Nigeria in
1967. It surrendered in 1970 after a bloody civil war. I am
looking mainly for data on when, where, why and how Biafra's
currency was made and where its leader ran off to when Biafra
I am also researching National Banks of Hastings, Nebraska.
Any information on National Banks in Hastings would be
Wayne Homren, Editor
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