I'd like to ask our readers for a little help. I was hoping
someone has a named auction catalogue from W. Woodward from October
1864, and if they do can they tell me who the buyer(s) were for lots
2336, 2337, 2338, and 2428.
I am researching a token that was struck to the order of J.
Osborn Emery by George Lovett using dies that Lovett had used earlier to strike tokens for Augustus Sage. I just purchased a token from John Kraljevich that is a muling of Washington's Headquarters at Valley Forge with Washington's Headquarters at Tappan. The token is copper and has a reeded edge. In the Woodward cat. he lists pieces in copper, brass, tin and silver. Woodward is vague as to how many were struck for Emery, but the token is pretty neat!
Very Last Coin Books from Quarterman Publications for Sale!
We have the following coin books and these are the absolutely LAST QP books regarding coins that exist. (We have 12,000 lbs of stamps books to work on now) All are new and have plastic heat seal wrapping on them, and we are selling them as a lot only. They are-
Lapp/Large Cent 1793-1857 - 2 copies
The Coinage of Latin America and the Caribbean - 11 copies
Medallic illustrations of History Great Britain & Ireland - 1 copy
Brunk/World Countermarked Coins - 44 copies
Stewart/History First US Mint - 3 copies
Adams/Plates Hard Time Tokens - 34 copies
Storer/Numismatics of Massachusetts - 4 copies
Wright/ American Business Tokens - 2 copies
THESE ARE TO BE SOLD AS A TOTAL LOT AND ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR INDIVIDUAL SALES !
I'm looking for $1,500 for these all together or your absolute best offer that is close. The first individual to contact me at or close to the asking price has them. Please email me, Dave Hoch, the executor of my Dad's Will, Alfred Hoch at email@example.com If you are interested. Thank you in advance. -Dave