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eBook Money of the Caribbean (Coins of the Americas Conference Proceedings) ePub

by Richard G. Doty,John M. Kleeberg,R. Doty

  • ISBN: 0897222857
  • Category: Antiques and Collectibles
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  • Author: Richard G. Doty,John M. Kleeberg,R. Doty
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: American Numismatic Society (March 7, 2007)
  • Pages: 328
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Papers presented at the 1999 Coinage of the Americas Conference, (COAC) including studies of. .

Papers presented at the 1999 Coinage of the Americas Conference, (COAC) including studies of the Spanish mint at Santo Domingo, Bermuda hogge money, a palm-tree countermark attributed to Haiti, holey dollars of Prince Edward Island, Jewish merchant tokens from the Caribbean, the "key" countermark used in Cuba in the 19th century, and the 1897 Cuban souvenir dollar.

Coinage of the Americas Conference Proceedings No. 10 (New York, The American Numismatic Society . 10 (New York, The American Numismatic Society 1995) illus. The author corrects the recently revived misattribution of the New York Theatre token to the John Street Theatre and explains why the traditional attribution, to the First Park Theatre, is correct. The diesinker of the token is tentatively identified as Benjamin Jacob, and his iconographic methods, as seen on other Conder tokens, discussed.

Kleeberg, John M. Publication date. Numismatics, Coinage, Coins, American. American Numismatic Society.

Papers presented at the 1999 Coinage of the Americas Conference (COAC) on coins and tokens of the Caribbean, from the 16th century to the 19th. Coinage of the Americas Conference Proceedings 15, 2004). A record of the Coinage of the Americas Conference (COAC) held in 1998 on the counterfeit coins and paper circulating in colonial North America and the early United States. Coinage of the Americas Conference Proceedings 14, 2000).

Papers presented at the 1999 Coinage of the Americas Conference (COAC), including studies of the Spanish mint at Santo Domingo, Bermuda hogge money, a palm-tree countermark attributed to Haiti, holey dollars of Prince Edward Island, Jewish merchant tokens from the Caribbean, the "key" countermark used in Cuba in the 19th century, and the 1897 Cuban souvenir dollar.

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Coinage of the Americas Conference. at The American Numismatic Society, New York. 7. Money of Pre-Federal America, John M. Kleeberg, ed. (1992), 253 p. illus. earlier at the Coinage of the Americas Conference and this book. which is its result; a critical spirit which lies at the heart of the. significant new discoveries being made in the field of the American.

Coinage of the Americas Conference Proceedings 15, 2004). Papers presented at the 1999 Coinage of the Americas Conference (COAC). Contents: Paper Chase: The 10 Reales of Santo Domingo (John M. Kleeberg). The Myths and Mysteries of the Somers’ Ilands Hogge Money (Mark A. Sportack). The Coinage of the Americas Conference is an annual meeting that provides a forum for exchange of knowledge on a selected theme in the numismatics of the western hemisphere.

Papers presented at the 1999 Coinage of the Americas Conference, (COAC) including studies of the Spanish mint at Santo Domingo, Bermuda hogge money, a palm-tree countermark attributed to Haiti, holey dollars of Prince Edward Island, Jewish merchant tokens from the Caribbean, the "key" countermark used in Cuba in the 19th century, and the 1897 Cuban souvenir dollar.