5 edition of Copper Coinage of the State of New Jersey found in the catalog.
by David Brown Book Company
Written in English
|Contributions||Gary A. Trudgen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
The livre was currency of Jersey until It consisted entirely of French coins. Until the s, the currency used was the French livre, subdivided into 20 sous, each of 12 commonest coin in circulation was the liard (3 deniers or ¼ of a sou). However, the copper coinage had devalued against silver and by the s liards were being exchanged in St Malo at a rate of 6 to the sou. By way of introduction, the authors fully discuss the often tumultuous history of the New Jersey copper coinage and its creators alongside the equally compelling story of the men, like Dr. Edward Maris, who first appreciated the “living warmth and personality” of the coins and formed the great collections of the nineteenth and twentieth Pages:
Find your coin in the full list of New Jersey Coppers coins with photos, prices and values using easy filtering by country, denomination, metal, category and year. New Jersey State Coppers will surely become the primary tool for the study of this coinage and the basis for deepening the understanding and appreciation of its charm as old copper. Number Of Pages pages Format Hardcover Publication Date Language English Publisher American Numismatic Society Publication Year
P. Scott Rubin: The New Jersey Copper “Running Fox” after the legend variety with the fox seen on the right side of the reverse of the coin is one of the rarest in the entire series of New Jersey Coppers. It is represented by two die varieties known by the Maris designations of cc and cc. There are only four known coins of the M cc they have estimated grades of VF+,VF,VF and. A New Jersey copper just sold on eBay for over $12,, with a third-place bidder over $8, and a fourth-place bidder over $5, While that price might not be noteworthy at a major auction, it's definitely unusual on eBay.
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With a name like "The Copper Coinage of the State of New Jersey" I expected there would be pictures and details of, well, the copper coinage of New Jersey. Instead this is a collection of notes from Damon Douglas, who was researching the history of the New Jersey mint and the people involved/5(2).
Damon Douglas, The Copper Coinage of the State of New Jersey, New York: American Numismatic Society, ; and his, "The Original Mint of the New Jersey Coppers," in Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, vol.
69, no. 3 (July, ), pp. For example, A non-gradable Curved Plow Beam New Jersey Copper, with the details of a Fine grade coin, sold for $92 in It was in a. NEW JERSEY STATE COPPERS is a page tome providing an incredibly in depth exploration of the copper coins made for use in the State of New Jersey during the period ofprior to the opening of the Federal mint in Philadelphia.5/5(5).
Get this from a library. The copper coinage of the state of New Jersey: annotated manuscript of Damon G. Douglas. [Damon G Douglas; Gary A Trudgen]. New Jersey State Coppers by Roger S. Siboni, John L. Howes, and A. Buell Ish. Hardcover: pages ISBN List price: $ (plus S&H) Member price: $ (plus S&H) As William Sheldon eloquently put it in Penny Whimsy.
Old copper, like beauty, appears to possess a certain intrinsic quality or charm. Home > Coins > US Coins > Colonials > Post States Coinage > New Jersey Copper Coins. of results. All Listings For Sale Auction.
of New Jersey Copper Coins. Save this search t Large Planchet New Jersey Colonial Copper Coin. Buy: $ eBay (friscomint) Add to watchlist Mint State () MS. NJersy. The E-Sylum: Volume 7, Number 3, JanuArticle 12 NEW JERSEY COINAGE BOOK PUBLISHED Gary A.
Trudgen forwarded the following press release from the ANS: The American Numismatic Society is pleased to announce the publication of The Copper Coinage of the State of New Jersey: Annotated Manuscript of Damon G.
Douglas, Edited by Gary A. Trudgen. Three states – Connecticut, New Jersey, and Massachusetts – plus Vermont (which became the 14th state in ) issued government-approved. The reverse of New Jersey coppers are difficult to describe as there are few easily defined locations that can be measured to find their relative distance.
The most obvious points of reference are the three points on the top of the shield, which on many varieties are aligned with the same letters of the legend and thus usually cannot assist is.
A case in point are the copper coins minted by the State of New Jersey, some of the more interesting state coinages because of their design and the circumstances under which they were made. Decades ago, Damon G. Douglas began an extensive research project. “On June 1,the New Jersey legislature authorized Walter Mould, Thomas Goadsby, and Albion Cox to mint three million copper coins at a weight of grains each over a two-year period in return for a ten percent royalty to the state and the posting of a £10, surety bond.
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New Jersey Copper Coins () NEW JERSEY COPPERS () The standard reference book for this series remains “A Historical Sketch of the Coins of New Jersey”, written by Edward Maris, M.D.
Reportedly, Maris obtained 84 varieties from Montreville Dickeson and some of his coins came from the collection of Joseph Mickley. A gold mine of information is available in The Copper Coinage of the State of New Jersey: Annotated Manuscript of Damon G.
Douglas. Joel Orosz image. Some numismatic books are planned but never. The copper coinage of the state of New Jersey: annotated manuscript of Damon G. Douglas / edited by Gary A. Trudgen. New Jersey copper cent () using the Latin name for the state, Nova Caesarea.
This is the first coin to use the motto e pluribus unum ("out of many [states], one [country]"). Experiments of the Confederation Period. In addition to the state coinages, in the s, several new Federal designs for copper cents were.
A case in point are the copper coins minted by the State of New Jersey, some of the more interesting state coinages because of their design and the circumstances under which they were made. Decades ago, Damon G.
Douglas began an extensive research project on Seller Rating: % positive. Feb 9, - The American Numismatic Society publishes a range of books, journals, and catalogues on various numismatic topics.
Here is a selection of some recent publications. See more ideas about American, Books and John law pins. Book Money of the American Colonies and Confederation: A Numismatic, Economic and Historical Correlation (pg. ) 34 New Jersey Gazette and the Bar copper 31 New Jersey General Assembly and St Patrick coppers 23 New Netherland 17 18 New Orleans Mint and gold coins 42 during the Civil War 45 New Orleans Louisiana 96 New York colony and.
New Jersey authorized a state copper coinage on June 1,using authority it held under the Articles of Confederation, the framework for the new United States.The Coin Book A History Of Coinage, Robert Mushet, Philadelphia Lippincott, Brekke The - $ Brekke The Copper Coinage Of Russia - Coin Catalog Top Book Unc New.New Jersey Coppers ( - ) New Jersey Coppers History: The New Jersey coppers, struck inand are among the most well known of all early American coins, and circulated widely for a long period of time.
Struck at various locations in the state of New Jersey these copper coins were well accepted throughout the North-East.