CONTEMPORARY COLONIAL REFERENCES SOUGHT
Dan Freidus writes:
"I'm working this month to compile a list of contemporary references to coins and paper money in use in the American colonies and states up to the establishment of the U.S. Mint in 1792. If you know of any such references, I would greatly appreciate the citations. You need not have access to the actual object or copy. The citation would be great.
Many of you are aware of Wayne Homren's long-term project "Numismatics in the News"
This is somewhat similar but I'm focusing on only about one
century rather than three. I'll be glad to share the compiled list
Dan can be reached at this email address:
Wayne Homren, Editor
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