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Catalogue of coins and medals, the property of Mortimer Livingston Mackenzie, Esq., to be sold at auction by Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co., at their salesroom, Clinton Hall, Astor Place Catalogued by Edward Cogan [06/23/] by Cogan, Edward D., ; Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co. Catalogue of Coins and Medals: the Property of Mortimer Livingston Mackenzie, Esq.: to be Sold at Auction by Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co., at their Salesroom, Clinton Hall, Astor Place, on Wednesday & Thursday Ev'ngs June 23 / Catalogued by Edward Cogan.

[06/23/ - 06/24/] by Cogan, Edward D., nPages: Catalogue of American gold, silver and copper coins and medals: with colonial, Washington, and pattern pieces, amongst which will be found some very fine and rare specimens: also a book, the Laws of Maryland,containing a letter from Martha Washington: the property of Colin Lightbody, Esq.: to be sold at auction, by Messrs.

Bangs, Merwin & Co. Catalogue of a valuable and interesting collection of Gold, silver and copper coins and medals, the property of Henry S. Adams, Esq.: to be sold at auction by Messrs. Bangs, Merwin & Co. on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the 30th, 31st October, and 1st November, / Catalogued by Edward Cogan.

Cogan, Edward. CATALOGUE OF COINS AND MEDALS, THE PROPERTY OF MORTIMER LIVINGSTON MACKENZIE, ESQ. New York: Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co., JuneTall 8vo, contemporary black half morocco, gilt; spine with four raised bands, ruled and lettered in gilt.

55, (1) pages; lots; 5 very fine photographic plates. Hand-priced in ink. catalogue of an assortment of american silver & copper coins & medals, together with a few english and foreign pieces, the property of edward cogan, of philada., also, several numismatic works.

Apr 07. Edward Cogan’s Nov. 27,sale of a Catalogue Of A Very Rare And Valuable Assortment Of Coins And Medals, In Gold, Silver And Copper, The Property. 56th catalogue of north and south american, foreign coins, tokens, medals.

THE PROPERTY OF A EUROPEAN GENTLEMAN, PART II FEATURING FINE UNITED STATES HALF CENTS, LARGE CENTS. New Netherlands. Edward Cogan’s Early Sales Edward Cogan (Figure 2) started out around the same time as Sage, but ended up making a long-term career out of coin sales. As I mentioned in Part One of this article, his first few sales were not typical auctions.

The coins being offered were. Catalogue of the important historical collection of coins and medals [Ed. Frossard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Catalogue of the Important Historical Collection of Coins and Medals Made by Gerald E. Hart, Esq: Comprising Ancient Coins of Greece. Catalogued by the famous American bibliographer Joseph Sabin, the lots brought $37, a stagger-ing sum.

A post-sale edition of the catalogue was published that included a new introduction and a supplement with printed prices realized and buyers’ names.3 Over lots of coins and medals were included near the end of the library sale.

Cogan, Edward. Catalogue of Coins and Medals, the Property of Mortimer Livingston Mack - enzie, Esq. New York: Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co., June 23–24, 3. Spring, John. Ancient Coin Auction Catalogues – London, Spring begins his coverage atwriting, “the start date has been chosen to include the first appearance of.

Catalogue of coins, medals and tokens, ancient and modern, American and foreign in various metals., to be sold by auction, Janu28, by Author: Woodwsad W. Elliot.

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Boyd, F.C.C. PUBLIC AUCTION SALE OF COINS, MEDALS, PAPER MONEY, NUMISMATIC BOOKS, ETC. THE PROPERTY OF MR. JOHN CLEMENTS AND OTHERS. New York: Park Avenue Hotel, J 8vo, original printed card covers. 24 pages; lots. Occasional prices or bids in pencil. Removed from previous binding. Very good or so.

Get this from a library. Catalogue of coins and medals: the property of Mortimer Livingston Mackenzie, Esq. to be sold at auction by Leavitt, Strebeigh & Co. June 23 [Mortimer Livingston Mackenzie; Edward Cogan; Strebeigh & Co Leavitt]. Cogan, Edward. CATALOGUE OF A VERY CELEBRATED AND VALUABLE COLLECTION OF GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER COINS AND MEDALS, THE PROPERTY OF COLONEL M.I.

COHEN, OF BALTIMORE. New York, Oct.8vo, contemporary black half morocco, gilt. pages; lots; 4 very fine mounted photographic plates. Neatly priced throughout in ink.

Edward Cogan, Jr applied for Petition of Naturalization in Court of Brooklyn, Vol. 46, No. 63, and had the New York Lawyer and numismatist Benjamin Betts as his witness. On OctoEdward Cogan became a Naturalized Citizen of the United States, Supreme Court of New York, Vol.

4, No.witness by Peter Gilroy Third Avenue, New York. Excerpt from Priced Catalogue of the Large Collection of Rare and Valuable American and English Silver and Copper Coins, Comprising Some of the Rarest Pieces Ever Yet Offered for Sale: Together With a Fine Collection of Medals, Store Cards, Presidential and Political Tokens, &C., The Sole Property of Edward Cogan; Which Were Sold at Auction, at His Store Dimes.

Very poor but scarce. Commemorative Medals and Numismatic Books Wednesday 30 May Free Online Bidding Service In sending commissions or making enquiries please contact Christopher Webb or Jim Brown AUCTION VIEWING Catalogue price £15 Weekdays, Monday 21 May to Friday 25 May 16 Bolton Street, Mayfair, London W1 strictly by appointment only.

Canadian Coins, Volume One: Numismatic Issues, 64th Edition,will be just that, a catalogue based on coins which circulated in Canada from the time of the French Regime to the current day. Special emphasis in Volume One is on things numismatic in the Canadian Series: Business Strikes and Commemoratives issued for circulation, Varieties /5(6).

a large well-illustrated catalog of coins, medals, and currency; some treasure cobs; the C. Elliott Knoke library: Henry Christensen: 50th Mail Auction Sale: a large and well-illustrated sale of coins and medals; plated bust half dollars include,and RE: Henry Christensen: Page - The amount thus ascertained was $, to which have been added from year to year the new coinage reported by the Director of the Mint, and the imports as shown by the custom-house reports, and from which have been deducted the exports and the amounts consumed in the arts.

It will be seen that more than one-half of the gold coins struck at the mints of the United States have. The first coin collector is said to have been the Renaissance, it became a fad among some members of the privileged classes, especially kings and queens.

A coin collector is different from a numismatist, which is someone who studies collectors are also numismatists, but some are not. Likewise, not all numismatists collect coins themselves.

Raymond's Standard Catalogue of United States Coins made accurate information available, freeing collectors of reliance on widely distributed but self-serving dealer house organs such as Mehl's Star Rare Coin Encyclopedia. The continuing post-war information explosion began when Yeoman's new Guide Book of United States Coins first appeared in Author: Coin World.

A unique 3/4 Morocco bound copy of Flandin's Catalogue of Coins and Medals made by Charles Ira Bushnell (), as a presentation gift with a bound priced & named copy of the Bangs catalogue, also a broadside of the D. Groux collection sold at Bangs Febru (torn but completely intact), bound in the same volume, also bound in.

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New York, May(4), 40 pages; lots; 2 fine photographic plates of coins. Neatly priced in red ink. cogan, edward. catalogue of american gold, silver and copper coins and medals with colonial, washington and pattern pieces, amongst which will be found some very fine and rare and rare specimens; also, a book, the laws of maryland,containing a letter from martha washington.

the property of colin lightbody, esq. First Known Coin Auction Sale. In May he had Ed Cogan catalogue his collection for auction as: Catalogue of a large and valuable collection of Gold, silver and copper coins: a very large assortment of medals: also Washington, Colonial and pattern pieces: together with a few numismatic books and several coin cabinets, the property of.

Filed under: Coins. Catalogue of Gold, Silver, Copper, Brass, Bronze and Porcelain Coins and Medals: Composed of the Well Known Collections of Dr. Spiers and C. Ward, Jr., Besides Additions From to the Present Time (), by Society of California Pioneers.

multiple formats at ; page images at HathiTrust. Cogan, Edward David (), In he resided at State Street, Brooklyn, New York; State Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York; 68 William Street, Brooklyn, New York, later moved to 95 William Street, Brooklyn.

He was born on January 5, at Walthamstow, Essex County, England, son of Eliezer Cogan () and Mary Atchison (). The guide book and catalogue of British Commonwealth coins, [Remick, Jerome H] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The guide book and catalogue of British Commonwealth coins, /5(2). The second known coin auction sale was catalogued by Ed Cogan held on Maheld at William C.

Cook, Philadelphia. Lot described a silver center cent, Judd Fig. John K. Wiggin advertisement on the back cover of the Benjamin Haines coin auction catalogue January The British Museum has about eight million objects in its collection, half of these you can see on the British Museum collection database.

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COGAN SALE beaver club MEDAL PROVENANCE SOUGHT http www coinbooks org esylum_v09n37a08 html The E Sylum Volume 9 Number 37 September 10 Article 8COGAN SALE BEAVER CLUB MEDAL PROVENANCE SOUGHTDarryl Atchison writes I wonder if one of our readers could tellme whose Beaver Club medal was sold in the Edward Cogan sale ofJune 29 30 My.

The real turning point in the resurgence of interest in art medals in this country can be traced to the exhibition of Beaux-Arts medals at the American Numismatic Society, organized by curator Alan Stahl with a fine catalogue by Barbara Baxter ().

Fig. On February 9,Ed Frossard's coin auction catalogue of the Edward B. Sterling Collection was sold at Leavitt's Auction Rooms, New York.

This was the first in a series of seven auctions Frossard catalogued for Edward B. Sterling the last selling at auction on Septem. The prices for high quality and rarer hammered coins are too low, similiarly for choice examples of modern coinage. S. Coins and Tokens of Ireland, (Seaby, ). This is the original Seaby book and one of the first "comprehensive" Price Guides for Irish Coins.Catalogue of Gold, Silver, and Copper Coins and Medals.

Washington, Colonial, and Pattern Pieces, Numismatic Book and Coin Cabinets. The Col-lection of Isaac Francis Wood, Esq. Bangs, Merwin, & Co., New York. 20, Catalogue by E. Cogan. lots-Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Gold, Silver, and Copper Coins and Medals.CATALOGUE OF COINS, MEDALS AND TOKENS, MOSTLY AMERICAN, TOGETHER WITH A GREAT VARIETY OF RELICS OF THE ABORIGINES OF AMERICA.

Catalogue of coins and medals, the property of William A. Lilliendahl on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings, May 26th, the 27th, 28th / Catalogue by William H. Strobridge, assisted by Edward Cogan, of.

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