Pete Smith submitted this request for assistance with a research project to catalog all surviving 1792 half dismes. Please help! Many hands make light work...
Authors Len Augsburger, Joel Orosz and Pete Smith continue to work on their book on the coinage of 1792. They are compiling a census of all surviving 1792 half dismes and are seeking reports from current owners. If you own a 1792 half disme, please report this to
If you see one at a dealer's table, please report it. If you know of a local collector who has one, please report it. If you see one in a museum, please report it. Even if you know the coin is already in the census, please report it.
There have been many coins in the grading service population reports that are not linked to a coin in our census. Reports including certification numbers are appreciated.
There may be some statistical value in comparing repeat notifications with notifications of unreported coins. If there are any significant results, these will be reported in a future issue of The E-Sylum.
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