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CATALOGUE of 
COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS 

IN THE NUMISMATIC COLLECTION 

OF THE MINT OF THE UNITED STATES 

AT PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



PREPARED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE 
DIRECTOR OF THE BUREAU OF THE MINT 




WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1912 



Treasury Department, 
Document No. 2612. 
Director of the Mint. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. 



The Mint of the United States, 

Philadelphia^ January i, 191'2. 
Sir: I have the honor to submit herewith a Catalogue of the 
Coins, Tokens, and Medals in the Numismatic Collection of the 
Mint of the United States at Philadelphia, prepared pursuant 
to your instructions by the curator, Mr. T. L. Comparette. 

It is believed this publication will commend itself to all 
interested in the coins of the American continents. 

In Part I the coins of the various countries of the Ameri- 
can continents and contiguous islands and the medals of the 
United States of America are described, while only lists of 
the coins and medals of other countries are given in Part II. 
Respectfully, John H. Landis, 

Superintendent. 
The Director of the Mint, 

Washington., D. G. 

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COI^TENTS. 



Page. 

The United States of America 5 

British possessions in North America 124 

Mexico - 134 

Central America 185 

South America, underSpain 214 

Panama 229 

Colombia 231 

Venezuela 241 

Ecuador 245 

Peru 250 

Bolivia 261 

Chile 269 

Argentine Republic 277 

Uruguay .• 284 

Paraguay.— 286 

British Guiana 288 

French Guiana 290 

Brazil .• 292 

West Indies 309 

Medals of the United States 331 

Antique coins 397 

Great Britain 442 

Scotland 455 

Netherlands 457 

Scandinavian countries 462 

Germany 469 

Hungary 499 

Austria '. 501 

Switzerland 503 

France 507 

Italy 514 

Spain 525 

Portugal 529 

Bulgaria 531 

Roumania 531 

Servia 532 

Greece 532 

Russia 533 

Poland 538 

Turkey 540 

Africa 543 

Asia 548 

Foreign medals 576 

Cataloguer' s note 617 

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ERRATA. 



Page 17, line 17: Read "1864" for " 1866". 

Page 59, No. 670: Read "7" over "3" for " 5 ". 

Note. — Other dates similarly changed but not mentioned in the 
text are: Eagle, 1797 to 1798; Half-eagle, 1795 to 1796; Quarter- 
eagle, 1804 to 1806; Dime, 1809 to 1811; Cents, 1790 to 1800, 1822 
to 1823; Half-cent, 1802 to 1803. 

Page 79, line 5: Read "^h" for "t^u". 

Page 106, No. 1557: Add "below, 1836" in description of obverse. 

Page 113, line 4: Read " Grieg" for " Griggs". 

Page 113, No. 1618: Add " Plain edge"; No. 1619: Add " Reeded edge". 

Page 191, line 5: Read " 1839 " for 1832". 

Page 194, Nos. 15 to 17 should follow No. 5, p. 192. 

Page 207, line 10: Read "1839 " for " 1832". 

Page 295, No. 8, line 2: Read "similar to No. 7 ". 

Page 370, line 11: Read "1638" for "1838". 

Page 388, Noa. 357 and 358 should follow No. 398. 

Page 392, No. 383, perhaps an admission token. 

Page 393, No. 389: Read "inseparable". 

Page 404, supply caria before No. 204. Supply lydia before No. 211. 

Page 405, Nos. 223, 225 : Understand ar. 

Page 411, supply before No. 25, ' ' imperial coinage of koman republic". 

Page 475, No. 191: Read "Hesse-Cassel". 

Page 515, No. 39: Read "1802" for "1803". 

Page 561, Japan, No. 1 ff.: Omit "Tenno". 



PART L 
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



INTRODUCTION. 



The scarcity of money in the colonies of North America, except the 
Spanish settlements in the Southwest, was a cause of constant distress, for 
not only was the incipient foreign commerce of the colonies greatly hamp- 
ered thereby, but, what was even more annoying, the domestic trade was 
carried on with the greatest difficulty for the want of money, especially 
coins of small denominations. This made itself felt immediately on the 
advent of prosperous conditions in the colonies early in the seventeenth 
century, and at no period for the ensuing two centuries was there any 
relief from the embarrassing question. In their endeavors to solve the 
problems of a standard of values and circulating medium the colonists 
resorted to nearly every means which had been known to primitive man 
prior to the invention of the coin. Among these makeshifts, barter must 
have been the most common method of disposing of and procuring goods. 
The use of staple products as a means of expressing values and also as 
money in ordinary business transactions soon became of necessity a gen- 
eral practice throughout the colonies. 

The product most extensively employed in the place of coined money 
was the tobacco of the southern colonies, especially of Virginia. For sev- 
eral years nearly all of the business of that colony, both domestic and 
foreign, was carried on by means of tobacco, until the enormous produc- 
tion of the plant made restriction on its use as money necessary. Powder 
and bullets were also used as money throughout the colonies, in some of 
which the legal tender of bullets in payments was limited to a small num- 
ber. In Massachusetts, and among the New England colonies generally, 
grain, fish, and furs were in common use as means of exchange; and not 
only in the settlement of private debts but they were receivable for taxes 
as well. An order of the General Court of Massachusetts in 1642 (Mass. 
Records, II, 22) prescribes the valuation per bushel at which wheat, rye, 
barley, and corn should be received "for the payment of the rate," and 
then adds, "in these at these prices, or in beaver money, or wampam pay 
is to bee made. ' ' The use of furs, especially beaver skins, as money obtained 
throughout the colonial period. And wampum, which served the Indians 
in nearly all their business transactions, was early recognized in New Eng- 
land and valuations placed upon it from time to time by the General 
Court. Thus in 1636 an order of the court fixed the value of wampum, 
without mention of color, at six to the penny; in 1642 four white pieces, 
or two blue ones, were fixed as the value of the penny. Evidently this 

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apparently trifling wampum afforded the colonists an excellent substitute 
for small change, inasmuch as there was always ready acceptance of it 
among the Indians in exchange for articles of substantial value. 

With the view of relieving to some extent the money stringency of the 
colony, Massachusetts in 1651 projected a mint for the coinage of silver. 
Preliminary arrangements were speedily made, and in the following year 
the mint was opened at Boston and began operations by striking the almost 
plain "New England Shilling" (PI. I, 1), the Sixpence and Threepence. 
The standard of fineness of the new coin was the same as the correspond- 
ing English coin. It is very improbable that there was any intention to 
continue long such a simple form of coin as this piece is, being in fact but 
little more than a plain disk. For it must have been apparent at once that 
the coins could be easily clipped and also fraudulently "washed" until 
their weight and value were seriously reduced. It is very likely that the 
exceedingly simple form of the first issue was the result of great haste to 
get the mint into operation, and that the preparation of other and more 
suitable dies was begun at once on the opening of the mint, and that they 
were put into use as soon as completed. At any rate, in the same year of 
1652, the series with a tree on the obverse and on the reverse N EW ENG- 
LAN D AND. with the date and value within a beaded circle, was begun. 

This first colonial mint was established without authority from the Crown. 
The General Court of Massachusetts, which authorized it, e\'idently pro- 
ceeded with the expectation that the pressure of necessity would outweigh 
in the minds of the royal ministers considerations of the infringement of 
the royal prerogative of coining the money. And in fact the operations 
of the mint went on unnoticed, or at least undisturbed, for several years, 
an apparent connivance due perhaps to the troubles Cromwell and Charles 
II were having at home. And while no well-founded and serious objec- 
tions to the Boston mint were ever brought forth, yet when a grievance 
against the colony was desired this usurpation of one of the prerogatives 
of the Crown was ready at hand, and in 1683, after an existence of thirty- 
one years, the mint was closed, but rather "upon mere prudential consid- 
erations" than for political reasons. Efforts were made to have the mint 
reopened, the ground of the petition being the benefit the coinage had been 
to the colony, but they were ineffectual. It is doubtful whether the 
mint could have continued in successful operation much longer than it did, 
even if it had not been disturbed, for the Spanish silver which before 
had i-eached Boston through West Indian commerce and West Indian 
pirates was rapidly being diverted to the better markets in Europe, thereby 
cutting off the chief supply of bullion. At any rate all requests to reopen 
the mint were refused by the Crown, which thus contracted the responsi- 
bility that in time would almost certainly have been properly credited to 
economic causes. 

In 1658 Lord Baltimore projected a plan to issue coins for Maryland, 
and a beginning of a coinage was made in England, specimens of which 
reached America that year. The series embraced a Shilling, Sixpence, 
Fourpence, and a small copper coin called Denarium. They have for 
obverse type a rather refined portrait of Lord Baltimore, the proprietary 
lord of Maryland {Dominus Terrae-Mariae), and on the reverse his family 



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arms for the silver coins, a ducal coronet on the copper piece. The low 
weight of 66 grains for the Shilling, with the Sixpence and Groat in the 
same proportion, suggests that the project, while perhaps intended to 
supply the great want of money in Maryland, was planned with a view of 
benefiting Baltimore himself. But he had hardly got his plans under way 
when his activities were suppressed by the Government. 

Following these unsuccessful efforts to establish special coinages for the 
American colonies, in order to provide a substitute for barter arid the 
variety of commodity moneys before in use, Spanish- American silver waa 
legalized at prescribed rates in terms of the Shilling, and this, together with 
copper tokens struck chiefly by speculators, formed the currency of the 
colonies until after they became independent. In the class of speculators 
was one William Wood, who received a royal grant to make copper tokens 
for Ireland and America. Under the terms of this grant. Wood produced 
the copper pieces (No. 17) known from their reverse type as the "Rosa 
Americana." But the Irish people objected to the tokens floated among 
them, and the prospects of enormous profits which Wood was certain to 
secure at the expense of the Irish and Americans prompted the Govern- 
ment to induce Wood to surrender his grant in lieu of a pension of three 
thousand pounds a year. This is but one of a large number of speculative 
ventures in making copper tokens for circulation in America, though the 
others lacked authority; but to discuss them here would require going far 
beyond the plan of this brief sketch. 

NATIONAL AND STATE COINAGE PRIOR TO THE ADOPTION 
OF THE CONSTITUTION. 

After the American colonies had achieved independence the provision 
of a coinage became their own sovereign right. The problem was promptly 
attacked by both the National Congress and by some of the States, the 
latter of which, if not laying claim to the right of coining money during 
the period of their loose confederation prior to the adoption of the Con- 
stitution and the formation of the Union, at least considered it their 
duty to relieve their citizens of the pressing necessity of an ampler supply 
of small coin, and likewise to eliminate from circulation the vast amount 
of light-weight and spurious coppers then commonly current. 

On April 21, 1787, a congressional committee made a report in favor of 
the coinage of copper, and accordingly a contract was entered into with a 
Mr. James Jarvis to coin for the National Treasury three hundred tons of 
copper, the contractor agreeing to coin an additional forty-five tons and 
deliver the coins therefrom to the Treasury for the privilege of coining. 
Before this contract was carried out there arose a difference of opinion in 
Congress regarding the wisdom of parts of it; but there is no record of 
how the diflSculty was finally adjusted, and it seems probable that Jarvis 
insisted on having the terms adhered to and struck the coins. 

The devices for this the first coin struck by authority of Congress were 
prescribed by a committee of that body in the following terms: " * * * 
On one side of which piece * * * thirteen circles linked together, a 
email circle in the middle, with the words United States around it; and in 



8 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

the center 'We Are One;' on the other side of the same piece the follow- 
ing device, viz, a dial with the hours expressed on the face of it; a merid- 
ian sun above, on one side of which is to be the word ' Fugio' and on the 
other the year '1787;' below the dial, the words 'Mind Your Business'" 
(PI. I, 7). The types of this piece are very similar to those of the dollar 
pattern of the proposed continental currency which bears date of 1776, 
and which were probably designed by an artist who on the earlier piece 
placed the signature E G FECIT (PI. I, 3). The types are interesting as 
a commentary on the state of mind of the times. The political hope, for 
it could be only a hope still at that time, of an inseparable union expressed 
in the obverse type was probably not less prevalent than the caution so 
graphically set forth by the other that "Time is Flying," so "Mind 
Your Business" affairs. This terse expression of practical sense, because 
so much in the spirit of Poor Richard, has won for the coin the name of 
"Franklin Cent," but Franklin probably had nothing to do with the 
designing of it. 

The coins of the Federal Congress were struck chiefly in New York, but 
the simplicity of the mint requirements of the time enabled the contractor 
to sublet portions of the contract if he so desired, and the fact that some 
of these coppers were also struck at New Haven, Connecticut, at Rupert, 
Vermont, and at other places suggests that the contract was actually 
farmed out. 

Besides the Congress, Vermont, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Massa- 
chusetts likewise proceeded to coin copper. The first of these to start the 
movement was Vermont, a Commonwealth that had not formed one of the 
original thirteen colonies which revolted, nor was Vermont at this time a 
State, not having been admitted into the Union until 1791. 

In 1785, by authority of the assembly, a contract was let to Reuben 
Harmon to coin copper for a term which was first fixed at two years, but 
finally extended to eight, during three years of which all profits from the 
coinage were to go to Harmon to indemnify him for his outlay in provid- 
ing a mint and as profits on his operations, while for the remaining five 
years of the life of the contract he was to pay to the Commonwealth two 
and one-half per cent of the amount coined. 

Two types of coins were struck by Harmon under this contract, or 
rather the two contracts. The first type (Cat. No. 44), with a green 
mountain and the sun rising behind it, possessed a local character. But 
when the act was passed to extend the contract from two to eight years 
other devices were prescribed and the coppers thereafter issued bore no 
slight likeness to the English Penny and Halfpenny, for the laureated 
bust in cuirass is plainly an imitation of the bust of one of the Georges and 
the figure which was to be taken as emblematic of Liberty is only Britan- 
nia with a different sentiment expressed by the inscription INDE. ET: LIB:, 
Independence and Liberty. 

In the same year, 1785, in which Vermont started to make arrangements 
for a coin^e of copper Connecticut also passed an act providing for a 
contract to coin ten thousand pounds of that metal, the contractors to pay 
over to the State five per cent of the total amount coined. The coins of 
Connecticut, like those of Vermont, closely resemble the English Half- 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 9 

penny; the choice of inscriptions similar to those on the Vermont coins 
(Cat. No. 29) gave marked uniformity to the copper coins of these Com- 
monwealths; but such similarity was hardly the object in view, as in only 
a very slight measure could the coppers of one of those States be expected 
to circulate in the other. Both the Commonwealths doubtless found it 
convenient to employ types already familiar to the people; hence the rude 
imitation of the English Halfpenny. Both States, however, avoided an 
open declaration of any intention to imitate the current English copper 
by a naive wording of the laws. Vermont's law prescribed "on one 
side a head," * * * "on the reverse, a woman," with the appropriate 
inscriptions; and the Connecticut law reads "a man's head on the one 
side," * * * " and on the other side the emblem of liberty." 

The act of Assembly that provided for the coinage of copper in New 
Jersey was passed June 4, 1787, and, in response to their petitions, author- 
ized a contract with a Mr. Walter Mould and his partners, Thomas Goadsby 
and Albion Cox, for the coinage of ten thousand pounds of copper. But 
a disagreement arising between Mr. Mould and his partners, at their request 
the contract was accommodatingly divided up and one-third let to Mould, 
the remaining two-thirds to Goadsby and Cox. The original law required 
that these coins should be of the weight of six pennyweight and six grains 
and of pure copper, and that they should be struck in the State of New 
Jersey. Accordingly Mr. Mould established his private mint at Morris- 
town, while Goadsby and Cox coined at Elizabethtown. 

The devices of the New Jersey copper Cent are for the obverse a horse's 
head above a plow, beneath the plow the date of coinage, and the 
name of the State in its Latin form, NOVA CAESAREA. On the reverse is a 
heart-shaped shield of the United States, with the well-known tinctures 
and the national motto E PLURIBUS UNUM (PI. I, 4). The obverse 
type has reference simply to the agricultural character of the State, while 
the shield and motto on the reverse may very reasonably be interpreted 
as a direct recognition of the General Government. The Great Seal of the 
United States, in which this shield occurs, was adopted in 1782, five years 
before New Jersey struck the coins. On the reverse of the coins struck 
by Massachusetts, mentioned below, there is a spread-eagle with arrows 
and an olive branch in the claws, a device probably also taken from the 
Great Seal. This use by some of the individual States of emblems already 
recognized as possessing a national character is of importance as indicating 
to what degree they regarded the coinage of money as a sovereign right 
and how far they looked upon their actual proceedings as merely measures 
of necessity, for if the coinage of money had been asserted as a sovereign 
right, then a national emblem would hardly have been employed for a coin 
device, for to do so meant to recognize the national authority in matters 
pertaining to coinage. 

The brief history of coinage in Massachusetts in the period now under 
consideration differs materially in certain important particulars from that 
of the other States mentioned. Chief among these is the fact that Massa- 
chusetts established a mint instead of contracting with a private firm for 
the manufacture of coins. Furthermore, Massachusetts proposed a much 
more extensive coinage than any of the other States, aiming to strike the 



10 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

precious metals as well as copper. Of course the advent of the Union and 
the constitutional provision for an exclusively national coinage speedily 
ended all the State had begun and planned to do. The reverse type of the 
copper cent of this State has already been mentioned. The Indian with 
bow and arrow and the inscription COMMON Vk" WEALTH, with the 
single star (PI. I, 5), form the obverse type. The indication of the value 
on both the Cent and Half-cent is a further peculiarity not found on the 
coins of the other States. 

During the period between the beginning of the War of Revolution and 
the establishment of a mint in 1792 there was a great interest taken in the 
types of the expected coins of the country, and a large number of patterns 
were privately made. Some of these suggestions date as far back as 1776 
(PI. I, 3). But the chief interest, apart from certain very rare pieces, 
attaches to the large number of patterns and tokens (it is not easy to 
determine which in many cases) that bear the effigy of Washington (Cat. 
No. 70 ff.). Many of these pieces were doubtless produced by speculators 
and floated wherever there was a pressing want of small coins, but on the 
other hand some specimens undoubtedly were meant to embody the idea 
urgently advanced by many citizens that the portrait of the President 
should appear on the coins of the country, or at least on some of the 
denominations. Of course but one response to such a proposal could be 
expected from Washington and that was a decided negative. 

Of coins of this period, two gold pieces deserve mention, and not alone 
because they are very rare specimens and command enormous prices in 
the market. One of these is an English Guinea dated 1775 and impressed 
with the dies with which were struck the copper token known from the 
inscription on the obverse as the Immune Columbia (PI. I, 8 ) . It is a unique 
specimen and is probably also an example of a rare practice, that of 
restriking foreign coins in the precious metals. The other and more inter- 
esting example is a large gold piece known as a Doubloon, which was pro- 
duced by Ephraim Brasher, a New York jeweler and goldsmith (PI. I, 9). 
Brasher' 8 activity was not limited to the production of these large gold 
pieces, but apparently he served his community in a more effectual man- 
ner in regard to its currency by countermarking with his initials (E. B.) 
some of the foreign gold and silver which passed through his hands and 
the genuineness of which he had the expert knowledge to determine (No. 
64). How extensive this latter practice was can not now be determined, 
but such a service, if sufficiently extended, must have been of great value 
to a community that was constantly swindled with bogus coin of every 
description, for the utterance of bogus money was at that time greatly 
facilitated by the general use of foreign coins throughout the country. 

The foreign coins whose currency was most frequently legalized by act 
of Congress were British and Portuguese, the latter generally meaning 
Brazilian, gold, and Spanish, or Mexican, silver. In the early history of 
the country the Spanish "Pillar Dollar," later and at the time under con- 
sideration the Spanish "Milled Dollar," also known as "Piece of Eight," 
was the very generally recognized monetary unit. The paper currency 
issued by the Congress of the xmited colonies during the War of Revolu- 
tion was made redeemable in " Spanish Milled Dollars or the Value thereof 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 11 

in Gold and Silver;" and in contracts of nearly every description pay- 
ment is frequently stipulated in the same coin. In the retail trade of the 
country the Spanish, afterward the Mexican, Real (PL X, 5) and Half 
Real (PI. X, 6) were in common use until the middle of the nineteenth 
century. Shilling or Mexican Shilling was the term generally applied to 
the Real, which was one-eighth of the Peso and approximately 123^ cents. 
But in certain of the Middle States, especially Pennsylvania and New 
Jersey, and in much of the South the Real was known as the Levy and 
the Half Real as the Fippenny or Fippenny Bit, terms which are corrup- 
tions of eleven and Jive penny and presumably point to a local valuation 
placed upon the coins. The act of Congress which stopped the circulation 
of foreign coins in the country stipulated that the Half Real should be 
received by the Government agencies at a valuation of five cents, the bul- 
lion value of it. In the western part of the country the Real was popu- 
larly known as a Bit — a term which yet survives as a popular money of 
account, the terms Two Bits, Four Bits, and Six Bits being employed to 
express the values, twenty-five, fifty, and seventy-five cents. The influence 
of the Mexican Real Bit, which had a value of approximately 123^ cents, 
is probably seen in the application, in parts of the West, of the term Short 
Bit to the slightly smaller Dime. 

By the law of 1857 all previous acts authorizing the currency of foreign 
coins in the United States were repealed. 

THE NATIONAL COINAGE. 

The Mint of the United States was established at Philadelphia by 
resolution of Congress dated April 2, 1792, and the first coins were struck 
at the new mint in March of the following year. Subsequently several 
mints were established in different parts of the country, as will be seen 
from the list of them at the close of this sketch. 

In the act establishing the mint the devices and legends for the new 
coins were prescribed as follows: "Upon one side of each of the said coins 
there shall be an impression emblematic of liberty with an inscription of 
the word Liberty and the year of the coinage; and upon the reverse of 
each of the gold and silver coins there shall be the figure or representation 
of an eagle, with the inscription, 'United States of America,' and upon 
the reverse of the copper coins there shall be an inscription which shall 
express the denomination of the piece, namely. Cent or Half-cent, as the 
case may require." 

The device chosen as suitably emblematic of liberty for the first coins 
issued was a bust of the Goddess of Liberty, though the law permitted 
the greatest freedom in the composition of a design to express the idea. 
The bust of Liberty which appeared on the Cent and Half-cent in 1793 
(PI. V, 1), the only denominations struck that first year of the operation 
of the mint, is almost certainly a conscious imitation, if not indeed an 
unskilled medallist's copy, of the bust on the medal made by the cele- 
brated French artist, Dupr^, to commemorate the victories of Saratoga and 
Yorktown. At first the liberty pole of the medal was omitted from the 
coin, but before the end of the year that detail too was added (PI. V, 3). 



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Between the busts on the silver coins that first appeared in 1794 (PI. Ill, 1) 
and that on the gold that followed in 1795 (PI. II, 2), the former having 
the hair hanging down upon the neck, and the latter wearing a Phrygian 
cap, there are marked differences for each of the metals. This original 
practice, which was evidently based upon a sound principle of affording a 
sharp distinction between the types of the three metals, was lost sight of 
in later years, as will be noted below. 

On the obverse of the gold and silver of 1795 there are fifteen stars, and 
later we find as many as sixteen stars, the number in each case correspond- 
ing to the number of States to which the Union had grown. The same prac- 
tice of adding a star for each State was also begun on the reverse, after the 
Great Seal type was placed thereon, but it was soon found to be inconven- 
ient because of the large number of stars that would soon be required, so 
they were limited to thirteen, the number of the original States. 

The eagle which the law required for the reverse was at first a naturalis- 
tic bird with expanded wings, standing upon a palm branch on the gold 
coins and holding aloft in his bill a laurel wreath (PI. II, 2). It is notice- 
able that on none of the earliest coins does one find associated with the 
national emblem any symbol relating to war or to peace or to dominion, 
such as are so often found on coins and which soon became important fea- 
tures of the reverse types of all United States gold and silver. In the first 
year of the coinage of gold, 1795, a second reverse type was prepared, and 
one which presented, with omission of slight details, the dence of the 
Great Seal of the United States (PI. II, 7). An interesting variation from 
the true form of the seal is the disposition of the very emblems just alluded 
to, the arrows and branch of olive, the former on the coins being in the 
right claw and the latter in the left, or just contrary to their positions on 
the seal. Now in the case of the Great Seal the position of the emblem of 
peace in the dexter claw and that of war in the sinister is understood to 
express a preference for peace. The interchange of their positions on the 
coins can hardly be interpreted as expressive of a bellicose sentiment 
in the administration of President Washington; it is more likely a case 
of confusing the heraldic use of "right" and "left" with the manner of 
employing those terms in coin descriptions, "left" in the latter case being 
the spectator's left. If, therefore, the engraver meant to adopt the latter 
use of the terms, then he placed the arrows in the "left" claw and the 
olive in the "right," thereby correcting a blunder in the seal, as he may 
have supposed. The eagle which appeared on the Half-dollar in 1807 holds 
the oUve in the right claw and the arrows in the left, and that was after- 
ward recognized as the correct position, and so they were placed with one 
exception until 1907, when radical changes respecting these emblems were 
introduced. That one exception was the Trade-dollar, a coin specially 
intended to serve an international commerce, and thus the coin which 
above all should have been free from reference to anything but peace and 
commerce. The eagle on that piece holds three arrows in the right claw. 

With the Half-eagle and Half-dollar of 1807 Mr. Reich began a ten- 
dency toward similarity of types for the different metals. The bust of 
Liberty on his Half-dollar is in general very similar to the one on his Half- 
eagle. On the reverse of the Half-dollar the eagle's wings are inverted, 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 13 

which makes a marked difference, but otherwise the two representations 
are very similar. And from that date on, the original principle of differ- 
entiating the types of the coins of the various metals was lost sight of and 
similarity became virtually the rule. For example, there is too strong a 
likeness between the bust on the Cent of 1808 (PI. V, 4) and the one on 
the Half-eagle of 1834 (PI. II, 5); and likewise when the coinage of the 
Eagle was resumed in 1838, after an interruption lasting from 1804, the 
bust placed upon it was merely a refinement (PI. II, 3) of the one on the 
Cent and Half -cent (PI. V, 12). Other close resemblances among the types 
on coins of different metals, where reason and general practice would sug- 
gest that there should be sharp differences, might be pointed out, but 
examples enough have been given to illustrate the unfortunate tendency. 

In 1840 the silver Dollar, which had not been coined since 1803, or per- 
haps 1804, was restored, and Christian Gobrecht produced for it the figure 
of Liberty seated to right (PL III, 3), which was on all the silver coins 
until 1878. This moderately graceful figure was a refreshing innovation 
and somewhat of an improvement on what had gone before. But con- 
servativeness prevented the adoption of the powerful flying eagle which 
Mr. Gobrecht engraved for the reverse of his dollar and which is seen in 
the pattern that was made in 1836 (PI. VII, 1) . On the pattern just referred 
to Mr. Gobrecht represents the bird in flight amid a cluster of twenty-six 
stars of varying magnitude, the number being equal to the number of 
States of the Union. 

But though it was not accepted as a suitable device for the reverse of the 
silver Dollar, such a representation of the eagle was regarded favorably by 
many. Patterns for a new design of the large copper Cent were prepared 
in 1855 with an eagle in flight for the obverse. In 1856 another pattern of 
a Cent with a flying eagle, the piece being of smaller size, only twelve- 
sixteenths of an inch in diameter or five-sixteenths smaller than the old 
coppers; and in the following year, 1857, this "Flying Eagle" cent was 
regularly issued. The new piece weighed only 72 grains, while the Cent 
authorized in 1792 weighed 264 grains, which was reduced to 168 grains in 
1795. The law which authorized the Cent of reduced size also prescribed 
that it should consist of 88 per cent copper and 12 per cent nickel, a com- 
position that was so light in color that the pieces are often called popularly 
the "White Cent." This design of the flying eagle, the choice of which 
was made by the Director of the Mint with the approval of the Secretary 
of the Treasury, as prescribed by the law, was retained only for the years 
1857 and 1858, when it was replaced with the Indian-head Cent, the familiar 
type in use until 1909, 

In 1849 Congress authorized the coinage of a Double-eagle and a gold 
Dollar. The preparation of dies for the new coins fell to the lot of Mr. 
James B. Longacre, at the time engraver at the mint. The bust of Liberty 
which Mr. Longacre modeled for the new coins is one of the best of the 
entire series. Its largeness of style, strength, and beauty contrast strongly 
with the weak and insipid work which until recently was found on the 
gold coins of the country. The same head was employed on both of the 
coins authorized that year, and with a different headdress, a feather bon- 
net, on the Three-dollar piece which was added to the 'gold series in 1854 



14 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

(PL II, 8) ; it was likewise used for the nickel Three-cent piece, and finally 
with a different arrangement of feathers from that on the Three-dollar gold 
piece, the same head became the "Indian head" of the One-cent piece of 
1859, which is still in common circulation. 

The silver Dollar of 1878 by Mr. George T. Morgan, and the Half-dollar, 
Quarter, and Dime by Mr. C. E. Barber in 1892, were the last revision of 
of the types of the silver coins. The return to a simple bust instead of the 
full seated figure by Mr. Gobrecht was a happy improvement, or return to 
the early practice. For the types of the subsidiary coins Mr. Barber re- 
stored the device of the Great Seal, with the omission, however, of certain 
details, as the clouds above the eagle's head. The coins of both these 
engravers were an advance in artistic quality over their predecessors in 
the series. 

The latest creations for the deArices of the gold coins are by two eminent 
American sculptors, the late Mr. Saint-Gaudens and Mr. Bela L. Pratt, of 
Boston. They depart in many ways from the established traditions of the 
coins, a fact that explains much of the sharp criticism that has been urged 
against them; for of their power and artistic beauty there can be no ques- 
tion. The majestic standing figure of Liberty on the Double-eagle is a 
work of greatest beauty, while the Indian head on the Eagle, if found on 
a Greek coin, would suggest to archaeologists a Scopasian influence. 

It is worth noting, perhaps, that this Indian head was originally intended 
for the One-cent piece. It was of course the intention at that time to con- 
tinue on the Cent the traditional Indian head. This change of plan, due 
to I know not what cause, has resulted in placing an Indian head on three 
of the gold coins, a rather far-reaching result, for of course the Indian 
chief's head on the Half -eagle and Quarter-eagle was but a sequence of 
the change of plan in regard to the design for the One-cent piece. 

In one respect the reverse type of the Double-eagle is of special interest. 
Mention has already been made of the treatment of the symbols of war 
and peace on the earlier coins. In the case of the new coins, on all but 
the Double-eagle an olive branch lies upon a bundle of arrows and the 
eagle is standing upon both, a composition which is without definite sig- 
nificance. In the case of the Double-eagle, however, these symbols have 
been removed from the reverse, and on the obverse Liberty holds out 
in her left hand a branch of olive, and in her right, in place of the cus- 
tomary arrows or any other symbol of war, she holds firmly aloft the 
Torch of Progress. 

The One-cent of 1909, with the splendid bust of Abraham Lincoln, pre- 
sents a new feature for the coins of the United States, namely, a portrait 
coin in the regular series. A pattern of a Two-cent piece with the portrait 
of Washington was produced in 1863, and a pattern of a Five-cent piece 
with a bust of Lincoln was submitted in 1866, but neither su^estion was 
favorably received — in fact, there has always been a prejudice against the 
use of portraits on the coins of the country, but the sentiment aroused 
during the hundredth anniversarj' of Lincoln's birth proved stronger than 
the long-standing prejudice and the coin in question was the result. 

Commemorative coins. — The commemorative coin, which in many other 
countries has had an extensive history, has never been much employed in 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 15 

the United States. Of the small list of such coins all belong to recent 
years, and all are related to important anniversaries of the nation's 
history. The first of these were the Columbian Half-dollar and Quarter- 
dollar, issued in 1892 and 1893, the former with the bust of Columbus and 
the latter with the crowned bust of Isabella of Spain. The Lafayette 
Dollar, in silver, issued in 1900 to commemorate the unveiling in Paris 
of the equestrian statue erected by the youth of America to General 
Lafayette, has on the obverse the conjoined busts of Washington and 
Lafayette, and on the reverse a representation of the statue by Bartlett 
(PI. Ill, 5). The special gold coinage of 1903, the dollar with the busts 
of Presidents McKinley and Jefferson, is commemorative of the hundredth 
anniversary of the Purchase of the Louisiana Territory; and the similar 
coinage of gold dollars in 1904 and 1905, with the busts of Mr. Clark and 
of Mr. Lewis, was in connection with the celebration at Portland, Oreg., 
of the hundredth anniversary of the exploration of the Northwest by 
Lewis and Clark. 

Superfluous denominations. — ^New denominations have from time to time 
been added to the series of United States coins with the view of rendering 
them more serviceable for the retail trade of the country. These experi- 
ments began in 1849 with the addition of the Double-eagle and Dollar to 
the gold series, and was followed by the addition of a Three-cent silver 
piece in 1851, and a Three-dollar gold piece in 1854; in 1864 a bronze Two- 
cent piece was added and in the following year a nickel Three-cents, then 
the still-retained nickel Five-cent piece in 1866, and so on until the addi- 
tion of the Trade-dollar in 1873 brought the number of denominations 
actually issued in that year up to seventeen. That many of these denomi- 
nations were soon found to be useless and some of them very inconvenient 
is only what could be expected. Some of them, as the gold Dollar, the 
Half-dime, and Three-cent piece, were too small; the three-unit pieces 
belong to a duodecimal system and did not fit readily into a decimal 
system, while the large number of the series made it almost impossible to 
avoid having two denominations of nearly the same size, which was the 
case with the silver Dime and the nickel Three-cent piece, where the simi- 
larity of color of the two metals aided their frequent confusion. The proc- 
ess of elimination soon began, and in 1889 the series was reduced to the 
present practical proportions. 

DISCONTINUED COINS AND THE DATES OF THEIR COINAGE. 

GOLD. 

Three-dollars 1854-1889 

Dollar 1849-1889 

SILVER. 

Trade-dollar 1873 — {discontinued, 1883 ; demonetized, 1887) 

Twenty-cents 1875-1878 

Half-dime 1794-1873 

Three-cents 1851-1873 



16 CATALOGUE* OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

NICKEL. 

Three-centa 1865-1873 

BBONZB. 

Two-cents 1864-1873 

Half-cent 1793-1875 

PATTERNS. 

Apart from a slight artistic interest to be derived from comparison 
among themselves of objects that in but few cases rise above mediocrity, 
the chief interest of the large number of patterns for United States coins 
lies in numerous proposals of unusual denominations. Some of the patterns 
of this class embody the results of serious efforts to reach a solution of 
monetary problems, while others represent purely visionary theories. In 
the former class belong the goloid Dollar (PI. VII, 4), and the goloid 
metric Dollar, coins which, as their inscriptions reveal, were made of an 
alloy of silver arid gold, in equal value, on the theory that the coin would 
preserve the same value amid the fluctuations in the value of silver. If 
the theory were sound, the coin would be unpractical because only an 
assayer could detect the presence of the gold in the piece, the color remain- 
ing that of silver. Another group of patterns is composed of those which 
were to serve as international coins (PI. VII, 5). The proposition to add 
a four-dollar gold piece, to be denominated a Stella, was also considered in 
1879 (PI. VI, 5), and in spite of the patent absurdity of it there seems to 
have been sufllcient discussion to warrant the production of a few patterns 
in the following year, 1880. 

In 1850 a gold pattern Dollar with a large central hole (No. 1393) was 
submitted for consideration to the Treasury authorities, and in 1884 nickel 
Five-cent (No. 1546) and One-cent patterns of similar design were offered. 
The purpose of the earlier suggestion was evidently to make a piece of 
larger diameter, and thus overcome the valid objection to the small size 
of a gold piece of that denomination. The suggestion of a nickel piece 
with a central hole probably came from the practice of certain other coun- 
tries. But there was no such reason for the device as existed where it 
served as a ready means of distinguishing the coins from those of a con- 
tiguous country using the same denomination and module. 

Other unusual patterns are those of a Fifty-dollar gold piece produced in 
1877. The question of larger gold coins had been mooted in Congress, 
suggested apparently by the rather extensive use of pieces of that value in 
the West, over which they had spread in former years from the private 
coim^e establishments in California. Two splendid patterns (PI. VI, 1) 
were produced by Mr. William Barber, then engraver at the mint, but 
the project never advanced beyond that initial stage. 

It would not be desirable here to enter into any discussion of the numer- 
ous patterns and varieties of these patterns which have been produced for 
the regular series of our coins. The subject is suflBciently large to warrant 
a sei)arate treatise, and which it is now understood will presently appear. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 17 

mNOB. ELEMENTS OF THE COIN TYPES. 

The mottoes. — Two legends have appeared on many of the coins of the 
United States, the one from almost the beginning of the national coinage, 
the other since the Civil War. Neither, however, has had an uninter- 
rupted history, nor haa either been employed on all the denominations of 
the series. 

The motto EPluribus Unum was first used on the coins in 1795, when the 
reverse type of the Half-eagle presented the main features of the Great Seal, 
on the scroll of which the motto belongs. The same device was a few 
years later extended to the other denominations in gold and silver, so that 
the motto was soon found on all the coins in the precious metals, and of 
course in its proper position on the scroll held in the beak of the eagle. 
But when a new type of eagle was introduced on the Half-dollar and Half- 
eagle in 1807, a scroll bearing the motto was placed in the field above the 
eagle as a purely decorative feature, for its presence was not required on 
the coins by law, nor was it an essential part of the new device as it had 
been of the preceding one. And in 1834 the scroll and motto were re- 
moved from the gold coins then issued, the Half-eagle and Quarter-eagle, 
and did not reappear on those denominations until 1908, when it was re- 
stored on the new issue. But the motto was placed on the Double-eagle 
when first issued in 1849, on the scroll held by the eagle, and has always 
been retained thereon. This motto was also omitted from the silver with 
the obverse type of Liberty seated — that is, from 1840 to 1873, in the case 
of the Dollar, and from 1836, when it was removed from the older type, 
until 1892, for the Half-dollar. In 1878 the motto was placed on the Dollar 
again, but with even less regard for its original relation and significance 
than shown by Mr. Reich in 1807, for on the Dollar of 1878 it was re- 
moved from the reverse and from the eagle, the emblem of the united 
power and authority of the States, and placed as a principal inscription on 
the obverse. On the gold coins of recent issue this motto is placed 
again on the reverse as a secondary legend in the field, except on the 
Double-eagle, where together with the thirteen stars it adorns and protects 
the edge. 

The religious motto, In God We TVust, first appeared on the coins of the 
country in 1866, and owes its presence there largely to the increased reli- 
gious sentiment in the dreaded crisis of the Civil War. Hon. S. P. Chase, 
then Secretary of the Treasury, received a number of appeals from devout 
persons throughout the country suggesting and urging that the Deity be 
recognized suitably on our coins in a manner similar to that commonly 
found on the coins of other nations. Accordingly, on November 30, 1861, 
Secretary Chase addressed a letter to the Director of the Mint at Philadel- 
phia, and with the statement of his reason that ' ' no nation can be strong 
except in the strength of God, or safe except in His defense. The trust of 
our people in God should be declared on our national coins," ordered, 
" You will cause a device to be prepared without unnecessary delay with 
a motto expressing in the fewest words possible this national recognition." 
Several forms of motto expressing the intention were suggested. Patterns 
1666°— 12 2* 



18 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

for the Half-dollar and Half-eagle prepared in 1862 have " God Our Trust" 
and a pattern for a bronze Two-cent piece made in 1863 has the bust of 
Washington on the obverse and the legend " God and Our Country;" but 
the familiar form of the motto was finally decided upon, and it first 
appeared on a new Two-cent piece in 1864. In the following year patterns 
of the Double-eagle, Eagle, and Half-eagle, and of the silver Dollar, Half- 
dollar, and Quarter-dollar, with the motto were prepared ,^ and in 1866 
those denominations were issued bearing the motto. Of the smaller coins 
this motto has been placed on only the bronze Two-cent piece, as already 
stated, and on the nickel Five-cent piece from 1868 to 1883. 

When the Double-eagle and Eagle of new design appeared in 1907, it 
was soon discovered that the religious motto had been omitted from them; 
and in response to a general demand Congress ordered it restored, which 
was done in 1908, and the popular will "\ras also respected in this regard 
when the new Half-eagle was brought out in the following year. 

The form of the star. — The use of stars as symbols of the States began in 
the first years of the national coinage. Until 1892 the six-pointed form of 
the star was employed; but on the reverse of the Half-dollar and Quarter 
of that year the five-pointed character was introduced, while the tradi- 
tional six-point star was retained on the obverse. This change was prob- 
ably due to the presence of a five-point star on the Great Seal, an adapta- 
tion of which forms the reverse type of these coins. Mr. Pratt went an 
ill-advised step further and placed five-pointed stars on the obverse of the 
Half-eagle and Quarter-eagle of 1908, a disregard of a well-established 
tradition which Mr. Saint-Gaudens respected in his designs for the Double- 
eagle and Eagle of 1907, on the obverses and edges of which the stars are 
in all cases of the six-point variety. 

Signatures on dies. — The custom of placing the signature of the engraver 
upon a coin die dates from remote antiquity. Many Greek coins, especially 
the splendid creations produced by the cities of Sicily and Magna Graecia, 
are signed with the initials of the artist, and in some cases with his full 
name. The same practice has prevailed generally in European countries. 
On the coins of the United States but few signatures occur. There were 
none until the Double-eagle appeared in 1849, when the signature of Mr. 
Longacre, J B. L., was placed on the truncation of the bust. The same 
signature is of course found on the Three-dollar gold piece of 1854, where 
the same bust of Liberty is used as on the Double-eagle. Mr. Longacre 
also signed the die of the Indian-head Cent of 1859, placing an L most 
unobtrusively on the ribbon that hangs from the back part of the band of 
tiie feather bonnet down over the hair. 

Before the signed dies of Mr. Longacre appeared Mr. Gobrecht had signed 
the dies of his silver Dollar in 1836, placing his full name C GOBRECHT 
in the exergue at first, then on the base of the figure of Liberty. But 
only patterns with the signetl dies were made, and the name of the artist 
was unfortunately erased when the design was accepted for the coin. 

The silver Dollar of 1878 bears the signature of the engraver, Sir. G. T. 
Morgan, on both dies, an M on the truncation of the bust and also on the 
ribbon that unites the branches of the wreath on the reverse. In like 
manner, the signature of Mr. C. E. Barber occurs as a letter B on the trun- 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 19 

cation of the bust of Liberty on the Half-dollar, Quarter, and Dime of 
1892. Of the recent gold coins, Mr. Saint-Gaudens placed his signature, 
ASG in monogram, beneath the date on the Double-eagle, but left the Eagle 
dies unsigned; while the Half-eagle bears the initials, B.L.P., of the artist, 
Bela L. Pratt, prominently beneath the bust of the Indian. 

The One-cent piece of 1909, with the bust of Lincoln, originally bore the 
signature of the artist, V.D.B., Victor D. Brenner, on the reverse, but after 
an issue of nearly thirty million pieces the initials were removed. 

Statements of value, — On the first gold coins of the country there was no 
statement of the value, the size of the pieces being deemed sufficient to 
assure a true appreciation of their correct value. The silver Dollar and 
Half-Dollar had their values, ONE DOLLAR OR UNIT and FIFTY CENTS 
OR HALF DOLLAR, milled on their edges, so inconspicuously, however, 
and often so illegibly that they were of but little value as ready aids to the 
eye in perceiving quickly the values of the pieces. 

But in 1804 the value of the Quarter-dollar was indicated by 25 C on the 
reverse beneath the eagle, and the practice then begun has had a steady 
development, until now the value fully written out is found on all the coins, 
as it was of course from the first on the Cent and Half-cent. In 1807 the 
values 50 C and 5 D were placed on the Half-dollar and Half-eagle, respec- 
tively; in 1838 the value of the Eagle was given as TEN D.; on the Half- 
dollar of 1836-7 the unusual form 50 CENTS occurs, which was changed 
to HALFDOL. the following year. The practice of gradually expanding 
the abbreviated form went on until the full expressions TRADE DOLLAR 
and TWENTY DOLLARS were introduced in 1873, and all new designs 
prepared thereafter have the statement of value written in full. 

TOKENS AND PRIVATE COINS. 

Merchants' tokens. — At two periods since the nation began to coin money 
there has arisen a stringency of small coins, which made it necessary for 
business firms to supply their wants by the issue of copper tokens redeem- 
able in legal money by the firms which issued them. The first period to 
witness such an issue came in 1837, when many business houses had pre- 
pared for their use copper tokens of the size of the large copper Cent. The 
types of these tokens then, as usually, were of two principal classes, the one 
strongly political with devices and inscriptions giving vivid expression to 
the partisan slogans of the day; while the other bore simply the adver- 
tisement of the merchant who issued them. Again, in 1863, the dearth of 
small coins gave rise to an enormous issue of such tokens, at that time 
again in the module of the current bronze One-cent piece. These pieces are 
commonly known as "Civil War Tokens" and "Merchants' Cards," the 
former bearing types of a political character and the latter, as in 1837, hav- 
ing simply the names of business firms and advertisements. 

Thousands of business houses throughout the Northern States resorted 
to the use of copper tokens issued in their own names; on the other hand, 
many of the so-called "Civil War Tokens" possess a general character 
and were evidently produced in quantities and sold wherever there was a 
demand for them. 



20 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

Privaie gold coins. — Of an entirely different character are the privately 
issued gold pieces which were struck in Georgia and North Carolina, and 
also in the West after the discovery of gold in California and Colorado. 
The first privately issued gold pieces which readily went into circulation 
as coins were struck by Templeton Reid, an assayer, who in 1830 estab- 
lished himself near the gold mines in Lumpkin County, Ga., and converted 
the gold from the mines into a coin form (PL VIII, 1). The example of 
Mr. Reid was soon followed by a Mr. Bechtler, at Rutherford ton, N. C. 
(PI. VIII, 2). 

There can hardly have been any reason of necessity for either of these 
enterprises, since neither community was beyond the reach of assay oflBlces 
where gold could have been disposed of. But in the case of the far West, 
the Government connived at the irregularity, regarding it as necessary 
under the circumstances. In fact, the Government opened negotiations 
with the fi^rm of Moffat and Company with a view of having that company 
coin gold for the Treasury of the United States, but the decision to estab- 
lish a mint at San Francisco rendered such an arrangement unnecessary. 
The production of gold "coins" of a private character in the West was 
verj' extensive and carried on by a large number of mining companies and 
banking establishments. 

The pieces thus issued ranged in value from 23^ dollars up to 50 dollars. 
While, as a rule, the form of this gold is the normal one of the usual coin, 
and in many cases the devices of the national coins were employed with 
legends suitable to the private character of the issuer, yet a few abnormal 
shapes are found among them. Thus an octagonal piece of the value of 
$50 was issued by August Humbert, a United States assayer (PI. VIII, 4); 
and of simpler form, the bar or ingot, with appropriate inscriptions attest- 
ing the fineness, weight, and value, and finally the name of the firm or 
assayer guaranteeing the correctness of the figures was issued by Moffat 
and Company (PI. VIII, 7), and by F. D. Kohler, the State assayer of 
California.' 

THE MINTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

The mints of the United States are under control of a Bureau of the 
Mint at Washington, D. C, which was established in 1873, and is in 
charge of a Director of the Mint. The minting establishments of the 
United States, the marks by which their respective coins are distinguished, 
and also the dates of organization, and in some cases the dates of their 
suspension, are as follows: 

The Mint at Philadelphia, no mark 1793 

New Orleans, La., mint-mark O 1838 

Suspended 1861 

Reopened 1879 

Closed.. 1910 

Charlotte, N. C, mint-mark C; for the coinage of gold only... 1838-1861 
Dahlonega, Ga., mint-mark D; for the coinage of gold only . . . 1838-1861 

iSee Adams' Premium List of United States, Private and Territorial Gold Ck)ins, and the 
same writer's artlcleH on Private gold coinage, in American Joomal of Numismatics, 
Vol. XLV. 19n. 



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21 



San Francisco, mint-mark S 1854 

Carson City, Nev. , mint-mark CC 1870-June 30, 1893 

Denver, Colo., mint-mark D 1906 

Weight and fineness of the principal gold and silver coins. 

GOLD EAGLE. 



Authorized. 


Weight. 


Fineness. 


1792 


Grains. 
270 
258 
258 


Thousandths. 
916^ 
899. 225 


1834 


1837 


900 






Other gold coins in proportion. 

SILVER DOLLAR. 


1792 


416 
412>^ 


892.4 


1837 


900 






HALF-DOLLAR. 


1792 


208 
208 
192 
192.9 


892 4 


1837 , 


900 


1853 


900 


1873 


900 







The Quarter-dollar and Dime, like the Half-dollar, were reduced in weight in 1853, and 
thereby made subsidiary. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY. 



Crosby, Sylvester S. The Early Coins of America. Boston, 1875. 
DiCKESON, M. W. American Numismatic Manual; Colonial, State, and 

United States Coins. 2d ed. Philadelphia, 1860. 
EcKFELDT, J. R., and Du Bois, W. E. A Manual of Gold and Silver Coins 

of All Nations, Struck Within the Past Century. Philadelphia, 1842. 

The chapter on coins of the United States, p. 138 ff. 
Evans, G. G. Illustrated History of the United States Mint, and a Com- 
plete Description of the American Coinage. Philadelphia, 1892. 
Heaton, a. G. a Treatise on the Coinage of the United States Branch 

Mints. Washington, D. C, 1893. A treatise of mint-marks. 
HiCKCox, John H. A Historical Account of American Coinage. 1858. 
Snowden, James Ross. A Description of Ancient and Modern Coins in 

the Cabinet Collection (U. S. Mint at Phila.). pp. 83-128. Lippin- 

cott & Co., Philadelphia, 1860. 
Watson, David K. History of American Coinage. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York, 1899. 



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The following sales catalogues are of considerable value because of 
the rare pieces they include: 
LoRiN G. Parmlee Collection, by New York Stamp and CJoin Co., New 

York, N. Y., 1890. 
Matthew A. Stickney Collection, by Henry Chapman, Jr., Philadelphia, 

1907. 
WiLUAM A. WooDiN Collection of U. S. Gold Coins, by Thos. L. Elder, 
New York, 1911. 

GLOSSARY OF TERMS. 

• In order to render the catalogue more accessible to the layman who may 

wish to consult it, the following glossary of a few of the more important 

technical terms and expressions is given: 

AV.— Gold. \ 

AR.— Silver. 

AE. — Copper, or bronze. 

Obv. — Obverse, the side which bears the more important device or inscrip- 
tion, as the head of the monarch, the arms, and name of the State; 
and 

Rev. — Reverse, the other side of the coin. 

Edge. — The surface of the thickness of a coin. 

Fidd. — The portion of the surface of a coin not occupied by the main 
device and principal inscriptions. 

Type. — The type includes everything on the side of a coin; but type is also 
used to designate the device exclusive of the inscriptions. 

Symbol. — A secondary device, generally in the f eld. 

Exergue. — The portion of the reverse which is below the device, from 
which it is distinctly separated. 

Head. — The head and any portion of the neck. 

Bust. — The head including at least a portion of the collar bone. 

Right and left. The spectator's right and left. 

Mint-mark. — A difference by which the coin struck by a particular mint is 
distinguished. 
The measurements of the coins of the United States are given in six- 
teenths of the inch, the unit in common use in this country, and generally 

found in the literature of the subject. The measurements of the medals, 

and of the coins of other countries, where given, are in millimeters. 



THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



ENGLISH COLONIES. 

COINS. 

1. AE. Shilling, undated. Ohv. N E (New England), in a small 

incused depression at top of the field, the remainder 
of the field being plain. Rev. Value, XII, in incused 
depression at top of the field, the remainder of the field 
being plain. Size, 18; wt., 72 grs. PI. I, 1. 

2. AR. Shilling, 1662.^ OU. I N.MASATHVSETS, between 

two beaded circles; within the inner circle, an oak tree. 
Rev. N EWE N GLAND. AN. DOM., between two beaded 
circles; within the inner circle, 1652 j XII. Size, 17; 
wt., 75 grs. PI. I, 2. 

3. AR. Shilling, 1652. Olv. I N.MASATHVSETS, between 

two beaded circles; within the inner circle, a pine tree. 
Rev. NEWEI/IGLAND. AN. DOM., between beaded cir- 
cles, and 1652 | XII within. Size, 19; wt., 70.2 grs. 

4. AR. Shilling, 1652. Legends and types similar to No. 3, 

except that the letter N in New England is correctly 
placed. Size, 17; wt., 60.2 grs. 

5. AR. Shilling, 1652. Ohv. IN : : MASATHVSETS : : be- 

tween two circles of short, thick bars. R&o. N EWE N G- 
LAN D. AN. DO., between two circles of short, thick bars; 
within, 1652 I XII. Size, 16; wt., 60.3 grs. 

6. AR. Shilling, 1652. Similar to No. 5. Size, 16; wt., 64 grs. 

7. AR. Sixpence, 1652. Ohv. IN MASATHUSETS, between 

beaded circles; within, pine tree. Rev. NEWENG- 
LAN D. ANO., between beaded circles; within, 1652 | VI. 
Size, 7; wt., 29.2 grs. 

' Thedate, 1652, on Nos. 2-11, is without significance, as the dies were 
not altered in respect to the date after the first year of issue, so that some 
of the pieces bearing date of 1652 may have been struck later. 

23 



24 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

8. AE. Sixpence, 1652. Similar to No. 7, but with a dot at 

each side of stem of tree. Size, 8; wt., 12 grs. 

9. AR. Threepence, 1652. Obv. IN. M ASATH VSETS, between 

beaded circles, pine tree within circle. Reo. NEW- 
ENGLAND, between two beaded circles; within inner 
circle, 1652 | III. Size, lOi; wt, 27.5 grs. 

10. Threepence, 1652. Similar to No. 9, but with rosette as 

stop after ENGLAND. Size, 9; wt., 9.5 grs. 

11. Twopence, 1662. Similar to No. 9, but with 1652 | II 

within circle on reverse. Size, 8; wt., 10 grs. 

MARYLAND. 

Coinage of Lord Baltimore for Maryland^ about 1659. 

12. AE. Shilling, undated. Ohv. C/ECILIVS : DNS. : TER- 

R/E-MARI/E : &.CT. Draped bust of Lord Baltimore 
to left. Beo. CRESCITE : ET : MVLTIPLICAMINI. 
A crowned shield of arms; at sides, X — II. Size, 15^; 
wt., 71 grs. 

13. AE. Sixpence, undated. Legends and types similar to No. 

12, but with mark of value, V - I, on reverse. Size, 
14; wt., 38.5 grs. 

14. AE. Groat, or Fonrpence, undated. Similar to No. 12, but 

with mark of value, I - V, on reverse. Size, 10. 

15. AE. Penny. Ohv. Similar to No. 12. Bev. D E N A R I U M : 

TERR/E-MARI/E. A ducal crown surmounted by two 
pennants. Size, 13. 

TOKENS. 
CAROLINA. 

16. AE. Penny, 1694. Ohv. An elephant standing to left. 

Bev. god: I preserve: \ Carolina: and: | the: 
lords: I PROPRIETORS 1 1694. Size, 28^. 

The '"''Bosa Americana'''' tolcens. 

17. AE. Twopence, undated. Ohv. G EO RG I VS . D : G : M AG : 

BRI : FRA : ET. HI B : REX. Laureated bust of George 
I to right. Bev. A full blown rose; above, ROSA 
AMERICANA: below, on a scroll, UTILE DULCI. 
Size, 20. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 25 

18-19. AE. Twopence, 1723. Ohv. Similar to No. 17. Re€. A 

crowned rose; above, ROSA . AMERICANA . 1723; 
below, on a scroll, UTILE . DULCI . Size, 20. 

20. AE. Penny, 1722. OU. GEORGIUS . DEI. GRA- 

TIA . REX. Laureated bust to right. Rev. ROSA. 
AMERICANA •UTILE . DULCI . 1822. Full blown 
rose. Size, 17. 

21. AE. Penny, 1722. Similar to No. 20, but with period 

after AMERICANA. Size, 15. 

22. AE. Halfpenny, 1723. Legends and types similar to No. 

18. Size, 17. 

Issued hy John Higley^ Granhy, Connecticut. 

23. AE. Threepence, undated. Ohv. VALUE . ME .AS 

YOU. PLEASE.*. A deer standing to left, within a 
circle; below. III. Rev. I . CUT . MY . WAY . 
THROUGH.I^°. A broad-ax. 28 mm. 

24. AE. Similar to No. 23; double struck. 

25. AE. Threepence, 1737. Olv. THE . VALVE . OF. THREE. 

PENCE.2^^. A deer, standing to left. ^^. CON- 
N ECTI C VT. Three hammers, each crowned; below, * 
1737. Size, 18. 

VIRGINIA. 

26-27. AE. Halfpenny, 1773. Olv. GEORGIVS 1 1 1. REX. 

Laureated bust to right. Rev. VIRGI NIA. A 
crowned shield of arms, the crown dividing the date, 
17 - 73. Size, 16. 

28. AE. 1773. Electrotype copy of a variety of No. 26, with- 
. out the period after GEORGIUS. Size, 18. 

THE SOVEREIGN STATES FROM THE TREATY OF PEACE 
WITH ENGLAND TO THE ADOPTION OF THE CONSTI- 
TUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, A. D. 1783-1789. 

CONNECTICUT. 

COINS. 

29. AE. Cent, 1785. Ohv. AUCTORI. .CONNEC: Laure- 

ated bust to right. Rev. I N D E : ET LI B : Liberty, 
seated to left upon a globe, holding olive branch in 
extended right hand, and supporting liberty pole in left; 
below, 1785. Size, 18. 



26 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

30. AE. Cent, 1786. Ohv. Similar to No. 29, but letters of 
inscription are smaller. Bev. Similar to No. 29, but 
the legend begins on right. Size, 18. 

31-32. AE. Cents, 1787. Ohv. AUCTORI: • •CON NEC: 
Laureated bust, with mantle, to left. Bev. * I N D E 
• • • ET.LIB •. Type as No. 29; below, date. 
Border, scallop pattern. Size, 18. 

33. AE. Cent, 1787. Ohv. AUCTORI : -•-CON N EC : Laure- 
ated bust to left. Bev. • INDE: •• • ET LIB: 
Type as No. 29, with date below. Size, 18. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

34-36. AE. Cents, 1787. Ohv. MASSACHUSETTS. An eagle 
displaj'ed, bearing on breast a shield inscribed CENT; 
below, date. ^^y. COMMON • WEALTH. An 
Indian, standing, to left, with bow in right, and arrow 
in left, hand. 18 mm. PI. I, 5. 

36. AE. Cent, 1788. Similar to No. 34, but from different 

die; the letters being smaller. 

37. AE. Half-cent, 1787. Legends and types similar to No. 

34, but variety with small letters in inscriptions as No. 
36. Size, 14. 

38. AE. Half-cent, 1788. Legends and types similar to No. 

34. Size, 14. ' 

NEW JERSEY. 

39^0. AE. Cent, 1786. Ohv. NOVA C/ESAREA. Horse's 
head, to right; below, a plow, and the date beneath. 
Bev. • E • PLURIBUS • UNUM • . Shield. 
Point pattern on borders. Size, 17. 

41. AE. Cent, 1787. Similar to No. 39, except the date; 

but of different die, the horse's neck being larger. 
Size, 18. PI. I, 4. 

42. AE. Cent, 1788. Similar to No. 39, except the date. 

43. AE. Cent, 1788. Similar to No. 39, but with the horse's 

head to left, and dated 1788. Size, 18. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 27 

VERMONT. 

44-46. AE. Cents, 1786. Olv. VERMONTENSIUM. RES. 
PUBLICA. The sun, rising behind pine-covered moiHi- 
tains; in front, a plow; below, .1786. Rev. STELLA . 
QUARTA . DEC I MA. An eye, surrounded by thir- 
teen rays which extend to a circle of thirteen stars. 
Size, IT. 

46. AE. Cent, 1786. Ohv. AUCTORI : - VERMON: Lau- 
reated bust to right. Rev. INDE-*-ET: LIB: 
Liberty, seated to left, holding olive branch in right, 
and a pole in left hand; below, 1786. Size, 18. 



NATIONAL CONGRESS. 

47. AE. Cent, 1787. "FngioCent." Ohv. UN ITED STATES, 

on a small raised circle which incloses the words, we | 
ARE I one; around, thirteen rings interlinked. Rev. A 
sundial with the hours indicated, and meridian sun 
above; to left, * FUG 1 * ; to right, * 1 787 * ; in ex- 
ergue, MIND TOUR I BUSINESS. Size, 18. 

48. AE. Cent, 1787. Similar to No. 47, but united states 

reading from top right. Size, 18; PI. I, 7. 

49. AE. Cent, 1787. Similar to No. 47, • but with rings 

inscribed with names of States. Size, 19. 

PATTERNS AND TOKENS. 

50. Tin. Pattern dollar, 1776. Ohv. Between two circles 

AMERICAN CONGRESS; within the inner circle, 
WE I ARE I one; around the outer circle, rays which ex- 
tend to an endless chain of thirteen round links, each 
inscribed with the name of one of the original States 
of the Union; on border, pellets. Bev. Between two 
circles CONTINENTAL CURRENCY 1776; on the 
left, and occupying about one-third of the circumfer- 
ence, FU G 1 ; within the inner circle, sun shining upon 
a sundial; below, mind your | business. Size, 25. 

51. Similar, but reading curenct. 



28 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

62. Tin. Patten dollar, 1776. Similar to No. 50, with the 

sun placed higher up; between the two circles, sur- 
rounding the central device, on reverse, e. g. fecit. 
Size, 25; PI. I, 3. 

63. AE. Cent, 1781. Ohv. NORTH AMERICAN TOKEN. 

A female, seated to left, her left hand resting upon a 
harp; below, 1 781 . Rev. A ship, sailing to left; above, 
COMMERCE. Size, 17. 

ANNAPOLIS TOKENS. 

64-54a. AE. Shillings, 1783. Oh}. I. CHALMERS, ANNAP- 
OLIS. Two hands clasped, within a laurel wreath. Rev. 
. 8 . ONE • SHILLING . 8 . 1783. Within a 
circle of dots, the field divided by a horizontal, zigzag 
pattern, a serpent in upper part, and in lower, two 
doves, standing vis-a-vis and holding a sprig of olive 
in their beaks. Edge reeded. Size 4^; wt., 56.5 (54), 
and 57 (54a) grs. 

64b. AE. Shilling, 1783. Similar to No. 54; pierced. Size, 
14; wt, 53 grs. 

66 AE. Sixpence, 1783. Olv: I. CHALMERS. ANNAPO- 
LIS. A mullet, within a laurel wreath. Rev. I . C. S I X 
PENCE 1783. Two clasped hands, upon a voided 
cross, two of whose arms terminate in stars and two in 
crescents; in the angles, leaves. Size, 11. 

56a. AE. Threepence, 1783. Ohv. I. CHALMERS. AN- 
NA P'S. Two hands clasped. Rev. A sprig of olive, 
within a laurel wreath; around,THREE PENCE 1783. 
Size 8. 

The "Nova Constellatio.^' 

66. AE. Cent, 1783. Ohv. NOVA CONSTELLATIO. An 

eye in a glory, surrounded by a circle of thirteen stars. 
Rev. LI BERT AS • J VST IT I A. Within a laurel 
wreath, U. S.; below, 1783. Size, 18. 

67. AE. Cent, 1786. Similar to No. 56, with the letters, U.S., 

in script and interlaced, and reading LIBERTAS ET 
JUSTITIA on reverse. Size, 18. 

68. AE. Cent, undated (Bar Cent.). Ohv. U. S. A., in plain field; 

border dentilated. Rev. Thirteen bars. Size, 17. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. . 29 

" 7%6 Immune Columbia.'''' 

69. AV. Guinea, 1785. Ohv. NOVA CONSTELLATIO. An 
eye in a glory, surrounded by thirteen stars. Rev. 
IMMUNE COLUMBIA. Columbia, seated to right; 
holds liberty pole in right, and scales in left hand; 
below, 1785. Size, 16; wt., 128.7 grs.; PI. I, 8. 
Struck over Guinea of George III, of 1775. 

60. AE. Cent, 1786. C^J-y. IMMUNE COLUMBIA. Colum- 
bia, seated to right, supporting liberty pole and cap 
with right hand, and holding scales in left; below, 
1787. Bev. CEORCIVS • III. REX. Laureated 
bust, cuirassed, to right. 

61-62. AE. Cents, 1787. 6>5v. IMMUNIS COLUMBIA. Col- 
umbia seated r. on globe. Rev. E. PLURIBUS. UNUM. 
An eagle displayed, with olive branch in right claw 
and arrows in the left. 

NEW YORK. 

63. AV. Doubloon, 1787 (E. BRASHER). Ohv. • NOVA • 

EBORACA • COLUMBIA* EXCELSIOR.* The 
sun, rising over a mountain; in front, the sea; below, 
BRASHER. Rev. *UNUM*E* PLURIBUS. An 
eagle displayed, with shield (of the U. S.) on breast, 
olive branch in right claw, and arrows in left; about 
head, thirteen stars; on right wing, e. b., incused; the 
whole within a laurel wreath; below, 1787. Size, 19^; 
wt., 406.8 grs.; PL 1. 9. 

64. AR. Necessity piece. Mexican Peseta of 1785 with E B 

stamped on obverse. 



65. AE. Cent, 1787. Ohv. NOVA EBORAC. Laureated 

bust to right. Rev. VIRT. ET. LIB. Liberty seated 
to right, holding liberty pole and olive branch; beside 
her, shield of New York; below, 1 787. 

66. AE. Cent, 1787. Similar, but Liberty seated left. 

67. AE. Cent, 1783. Ohv. GEORGIVS. TRIUMPHO. A 

laureated bust to right. Rev. VOCE PO PO L I . Lib- 
erty standing to left with olive branch in left hand and 
liberty pole in right; in front, a screen with thirteen 
vertical bars and a fleur-de-lis at each corner; below, 
1783. Size, 18. 



30 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

68. AE. Cent, undated (Kentucky Cent). Ohv. E PLURI- 

BUSUNUM. A pyramid of fifteen stars, each in- 
scribed with the initial of the name of a State (the top 
one being marked K (Kentucky), hence the name), 
surrounded by rays. Reu. UNANIMITY IS THE 
STRENGTH OF SOCIETY. • A hand extending a 
scroll inscribed, our [ cause | is | just. Size, 19. 

69. Similar, but on edge: payable in Lancaster London 

OR BRISTOL. 

TOKENS AND PATTERNS WHICH PRESENT THE 
LIKENESS OF WASHINGTON. 

70. AE. Cent, 1783. Oh). WASHINGTON & INDEPEN- 

DENCE. Draped bust of Washington, laureate, to left; 
below, 1783. Reiu UNITY STATES OF AMERICA. 
Within an olive wreath, one | cent.; beneath the 
wreath, l/lOO. Size, 18. PI. I, 6. 

71. AE. Cent, 1783. As No. 70. 

72. AE. Cent, 1783. Oh). Similar to No. 70, but the bust is 

narrower. Rev. UNITED STATES. Liberty seated 
to left upon a rock by the sea, holding olive branch in 
extended right hand and with the left supporting a 
liberty pole surmounted by the cap. Edge, a central 
hatching. Size, 18. 

73. AE. Cent, 1783. Similar to No. 72. 

74. AE. Cent, 1783. Ohv. WASHINGTON &. INDEPEN- 

DENCE. Laureated bust of Washington to left, with 
mantle secured by a clasp on left shoulder. Rev. 
Similar to No. 72. Plain edge. Size, 18. 

75-76. AE. Cent, 1783. Ohv. Inscription as on No. 74. Bust 
of Washington, laureate, in uniform, to left; beneath, 
1783. Rev. Similar to No. 72. In exergue, left, 
T. V. I.; right, K. S. Size, 18. 

77-78. AE. gents, 1791. Ohv. WASHINGTON PRESIDENT. 
Bust of W^ashington in uniform to left; below, 1 791 . 
Rev. An eagle displayed, with shield on the breast, 
an olive branch in right claw, thirteen arrows in left; 
in beak, a scroll with UNtnvi e pluribus; above, on 
border, N E C E N T. Edge, united states of America. 
Size, 19. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 31 

79-80. AE. Cents, 1791. Ohv. Similar to No. 77, without 
date beneath the bust. Rev. An eagle displayed, simi- 
lar to No. 77, with eight stars about the head, and 
above, an arch of clouds extending from wing to wing; 
on border, above, ONE CENT; below, 1791. Edge, 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. SizC, 19. 

81-2. AE. Cents, undated. Obv. WASHINGTON. Laure- 
ated bust to left, in uniform. Rev. The same bust as 
on obverse; above, on border, ONE CENT. Size, 17. 

83. AE. Cent, 1792. Ohv. WASHINGTON PRESIDENT. 

Bust of Washington to left, in uniform; beneath, 1 792. 
Rev. An eagle displayed, having U. S. shield on 
breast, olive branch in right claw, and arrows in the 
left; in beak, a scroll inscribed unum e pluribus; 
above, on border, thirteen stars. Size, 19i. 

84. AE. Cent, 1792. 6>5v. Similar to No. 83. ^^. general | 

OF THE j AMERICAN ARMIES | 1775 | RESIGNED | 1873 | 
president I OF THE | UNITED STATES | 1789. Size, 19. 

86. AE. Cent, 1792. (9Jv. G. WASH INGTON PRESIDENT. 
I. Bust of Washington in uniform to left; beneath, 
1792. i?ev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An 
eagle displayed, with shield on breast, olive branch in 
the right claw, and arrows in the left; above, about the 
head, jfifteen stars. Size, 21. 

86. AE. Cent, 1792. Legends and types similar to No. 85, 
but with reeded borders. Size, 23. 

87-88. AE. Halfpenny, 1793. Ohv. WASHINGTON PRESI- 
DENT. Bust of Washington, in uniform, to left. 
Rev. A ship sailing to right; above, HALFPENNY; 
below, 1 793, in an incused depression. Size, 19. 

89. AE. Half-cent, 1793. Ohv. Bust of Washington, in uni- 
form, to right; above, LIBERTY^ below, 1793. Ren. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within an olive 
wreath, half | cent, with ^^^ beneath the wreath. 

Edge, TWO, HUNDREDTHS. OR. HALF. CENT. Size, 14. 



32 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

90. AE. Cent, 1796. 6>^. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust 

of Washington to right, in uniform. Rev. LIBERTY 
AND SECURITY. A heart-shaped shield, argent, 
fifteen pales gules, impaling azure, fifteen stars; above, 
an eagle displayed, with olive branch in right claw and 
arrows in left; below, divided by the shield, 1 7 - 95. 

Edge, PAYABLE AT LONDON LIVERPOOL OR BRISTOL. 

Size, 18. 

91. AE. Cent, 1796. Similar to No. 90, but on the edge, 

BIRMINGHAM REDRUTH & SWANSEA. 



COINS STRUCK BY THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA AFTER THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE 
MINT AT PHILADELPHIA. 1793. 

Nearly all the coins of the United States in the collection were struck at 
the Philadelphia mint. So few of them bear the marks of other mints 
that it was not deemed best to make separate lists for the different mints. 
All mint-marks, however, are carefully noted. 

GOLD. 

92. Double-eagle, 1849. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, with 

diadem inscribed liberty; around, thirteen stars; be- 
neath, 1849. ^^. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
An eagle, displayed, with the shield of the United 
States on the breast; olive branch in right claw and 
three arrows in the left; in beak, a scroll extending 
symmetrically to left and right, and inscribed (left) 
E PLURiBUS - (right) unum; above, thirteen stars in 
form of an oval, and rays extending from wing to wing 
of the eagle; below, TWENTY D. Borders dentilated. 
Reeded edge. Size, 21; wt., 516 grs. By Longacre. 
PI. n, 1. Unique. 

93. Double-eagle, 1860. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

94. Double-eagle, 1861. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

95. Double-eagle, 1852. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

96. Double-eagle, 1853. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

97. Double-eagle, 1854. Similar to No. 92, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 



33 



98. 

99. 
100. 

101. 
102. 
103. 
104. 
105. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 



110. 
111. 
112. 
113. 
114. 
115. 
116. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 



Double-eagle, 1855. Similar to No. 92, but with S (San 
Francisco Mint) beneath the eagle, on reverse, and 
dated 1 855. 

Double-eagle, 1856. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

Double-eagle, 1857. Similar to No. 92, but with S (San 
Francisco Mint) beneath the eagle, on reverse, and 
dated 1857. 



Double-eagle, 1858. 
Double-eagle, 1859. 
Double-eagle, 1860. 
Double-eagle, 1861. 
Double-eagle, 1862. 
Double-eagle, 1863. 
Double-eagle, 1864. 
Double-eagle, 1865. 
Double-eagle, 1866. 



Similar to No. 92, except date. 

Similar to No. 92, except date. 

Similar to No. 92, except date. 

Similar to No. 92, except date. 

Similar to No. 92, except date. 

Similar to No. 92, except date. 

Similar to No. 92, except date. 

Similar to No. 92, except date. 

Similar to No. 92, but within the 
oval of stars, on reverse, in god we I trust, and dated 

1866. 

Similar to No. 109, except date. 

Similar to No. 109, except date. 

Similar to No. 109, except date. 

Similar to No. 109, except date. 

Similar to No. 109, except date. 

Similar to No. 109, except date. 

Similar to No. 109, except date. 

Similar to No. 109, except date. 

Similar to No. 109, except date. 

Similar to No. 109, except date. 

Similar to No. 109, but the head of 
Liberty is larger and more centrallj'^ placed than in the 
original design of 1849, No. 92; and the stars are in 
different relation to the bust, so that the top of the 
diadem is between the sixth and seventh stars instead 
of below the seventh. On reverse, the value reads 
TWENTY DOLLARS. 

1666°— 12 3 



Double-eagle, 1867. 
Double-eagle, 1868. 
Double-eagle, 1869. 
Double-eagle, 1870. 
Double-eagle, 1871. 
Double-eagle, 1872. 
Double-eagle, 1873. 
Double-eagle, 1874. 
Double-eagle, 1875. 
Double-eagle, 1876. 
Double-eagle, 1877. 



34 

121. 
122. 
123. 
124. 
125. 
126. 
127. 
128. 
129. 
130. 
131. 
132. 
133. 
134. 
135. 
136. 
137. 
138. 
139. 
140. 
141. 
142. 
143. 
144. 
145. 
146. 
147. 
148. 
149. 
150. 



CATALOGUE OP 



Donble-eagle, 
Donble-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double -eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
l)ouble-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 
Double-eagle, 



1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
1907. 



CX)INS, TOKENS, 

Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 
Similar to No. 



AND MEDALS. 

120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 
120, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 35 

161. Double-eagle, 1907. Ohv. LI B E RTY. Liberty with long, 
loose hair, standing facing, on right foot, the left raised 
and resting upon a rock, in front of which lies an oak 
branch; she holds a torch in her right hand and an olive 
branch in the left; in the distance to left, the Capitol 
of the United States; to right, the date, M. C. M. VI I. 
and beneath the date asg (Augustus Saint-Gaudens) 
in monogram; in background, rising sun; the whole 
within a circle of forty six stars. Rev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA ] TWENTY DOLLARS. An 
eagle flying to left athwart the rays of the rising sun. 
Edge, E*PLURiBUS* UNUM -A-******* 
• • • . Compare PI. VI, 2. 

The types of No. 151 are in very high relief; about 12,250 speci- 
mens of it were issued. 

152. Double-eagle, 1907. Similar to No. 151, but with types 
in lower relief, and the date, 1 907. 

163. Double-eagle, 1908. Similar to No. 152, except date. 

154. Double-eagle, 1908. Similar to No. 152, but on orb of 

the sun on reverse the motto, in god we trust; and 
dated 1 908. 

155. Double-eagle, 1909. Similar to No. 154, except date. 

156. Double-eagle, 1910. Similar to No. 154, except date. 



157. Eagle, 1795. OU. •••••••••• 

LIBERTY •••••. Draped bust of Liberty 
to right, with long, loose hair and wearing liberty cap; 
below,1795. ^^. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
An eagle, with wings displayed, standing upon a palm 
branch, and holding a laurel wreath in bill. Edge 
reeded. Size, 21; wt., 270 grs. PL II, 2. 

158. Eagle, 1796. Similar to No. 157, but with sixteen stars 

on the obverse, grouped eight to right and eight to 
left of LI BERTY, and dated 1 796. 

159. Eagle, 1797. Similar to No. 157, but with sixteen stars 

on the obverse, grouped twelve to left and four to 
right of LIBERTY, and dated 1797. 



36 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

160. Eagle, 1797. Ohv. Similar to No. 157, but with sixteen 

stars on the obverse, grouped ten to left and six to 
right of LIBERTY, and dated 1797. Rev, UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle displayed, bear- 
ing shield of the United States on the breast, arrows 
in the right claw and olive branch in the left; in beak, 
a scroll inscribed e pluribus - unum; above the head, 
thirteen stars beneath an arch of clouds. Reeded edge. 
Size, 21. 

161. Eagle, 1798. Similar to No. 160, but with thirteen stars 

on the obverse, grouped nine to left and four to right 
of LIBERTY, and dated 179^ 

162. Eagle, 1798. Similar to No. 160, but with thirteen stars 

on the obverse, grouped seven to left and six to right 
of LIBERTY, and dated 1798. 

163. Eagle, 1799. Similar to No. 160, but with thirteen stars 

on the obverse, grouped eight to left and five to right 
of LIBERTY, and dated 1799. 

164. Eagle, 1800. Similar to No. 163, except date. 
166. Eagle, 1801. Similar to No. 163, except date. 

166. Eagle, 1803. Similar to No. 163, but with small stars on 

reverse. 

167. Eagle, 1803. Similar to No. 163, but with large stars on 

reverse. 

167a. Eagle, 1804. Similar to No. 163, except date. 

168. Eagle, 1838. Ohv. Bust of Liberty to left, with hair 

knotted at back of head and secured by a cord of pearls; 
in hair a fillet inscribed liberty; around, thirteen 
stars; below, 1838. Rev. An eagle, with wings dis- 
played, the head turned to left, bearing on breast 
shield of the U. S. , an olive branch in right claw and 
three arrows in the left; below, TEN D. Reeded edge. 
Size, 17; wt., 129 grs. PI. II, 3. 

169. Eagle, 1839. Similar to No. 168, except date. 

170. Eagle, 1840. Similar to No. 168, but the lock of hair 

has been removed from over the ear and the curls on 
forehead extend down to the ear, which is visible. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 37 

171. Eagle, 1841. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

172.. Eagle, 1842. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

173. Eagle, 1843. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

174. Eagle, 1844. Similar to No. 170, except date. 
176. Eagle, 1845. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

176. Eagle, 1846. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

177. Eagle, 1847. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

178. Eagle, 1848. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

179. Eagle, 1849. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

180. Eagle, 1850. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

181. Eagle, 1851. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

182. Eagle, 1852. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

183. Eagle, 1853. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

184. Eagle, 1854. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

185. Eagle, 1855. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

186. Eagle, 1856. Similar to No. 170, but with letter S. (San 

Francisco Mint) beneath eagle and dated 1856. 

187. Eagle, 1857. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

188. Eagle, 1858. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

189. Eagle, 1859. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

190. Eagle, 1860. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

191. Eagle, 1861. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

192. Eagle, 1862. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

193. Eagle, 1863. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

194. Eagle, 1864. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

195. Eagle, 1865. Similar to No. 170, except date. 

196. Eagle, 1866. Similar to No. 170, but on a scroll above 

the eagle in god - we - trust. 

197. Eagle, 1867. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

198. Eagle, 1868. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

199. Eagle, 1869. Similar tO No. 196, except date. 



38 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

200. Eagle, 1870. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

201. Eagle, 1871. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

202. Eagle, 1872. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

203. Eagle, 1873. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

204. Eagle, 1874. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

205. Eagle, 1876. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

206. Eagle, 1876. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

207. Eagle, 1877. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

208. Eagle, 1878. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

209. Eagle, 1879. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

210. Eagle, 1880. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

211. Eagle, 1881. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

212. Eagle, 1882. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

213. Eagle, 1883. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

214. Eagle, 1884. Similar to No. 196,. except date. 
216. Eagle, 1886. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

216. Eagle, 1886. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

217. Eagle, 1887. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

218. Eagle, 1888. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

219. Eagle, 1889. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

220. Eagle, 1890. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

221. Eagle, 1891. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

222. Eagle, 1892. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

223. Eagle, 1893. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

224. Eagle, 1894. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

225. Eagle, 1896. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

226. Eagle, 1896. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

227. Eagle, 1897. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

228. Eagle, 1898. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

229. Eagle, 1899. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

230. Eagle, 1900. Similar to No. 196, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 39 

231. Eagle, 1901. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

232. Eagle, 1902. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

233. Eagle, 1903. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

234. Eagle, 1904. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

235. Eagle, 1906. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

236. Eagle, 1906. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

237. Eagle, 1907. Similar to No. 196, except date. 

238. Eagle, 1907. Ohv. Head of an Indian girl to left, with 

feather bonnet, the band of which is inscribed 
liberty; above, thirteen stars; below, 1907. Rev. 
UNITED. STATES.OF.AMERICA. An eagle, stand- 
ing to left, upon a bundle of arrows on which lies an 
olive branch; to right, e | pluribus | unum; below, 
TEN. DOLLARS. Edge, 46 stars. By Saint-Gaudens. 
Compare PI. VI, 4. 

239. Eagle, 1908. Similar to No. 338, except date. 

240. Eagle, 1908. Oh). Similar to No. 238, but to left of 

eagle, in | god we | trust. 

241. Eagle, 1909. Similar to No. 239, except date. 

242. Eagle, 1910. Similar to No. 239, except date. " 



243. Half-eagle, 1795. Ohv. ifiririririciririr'ic 

LIBERTY •*•*•. Draped bust of Liberty 
to right, with long, loose hair, and wearing liberty cap; 
below,1795. ^ev.UNITED STATES OFAMERICA. 
An eagle, with wings displayed, standing upon a palm 
branch, and holding aloft a wreath of laurel in bill. 
Border dentilated. Reeded edge. Size, 16; wt., 135 
grs. 

244. Half-eagle, 1795. Ohv. Similar to No. 243. Beo. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle dis- 
played, bearing shield of the U. S. on breast; arrows in 
right claw and olive branch in the left; in beak, a scroll 
inscribed E pluribus - unum; above the head, sixteen 
stars beneath an arch of clouds. Reeded edge. Size, 
16; wt., 135 grs. 



40 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

246. Half-eagle, 1796. Similar to No. 243, except date. 

246. Half-eagle, 1797. Similar to No. 244, but with fifteen 

stars on obverse, grouped ten to left and five to right 
of LIBERTY. 

247. Half-eagle, 1797. Similar to No. 243, but with sixteen 

stars on obverse, grouped eleven to left and five to 
right of LIBERTY. 

248. Half-eagle, 1798. Similar to No. 243, but with thirteen 

stars on the obverse, grouped eight to left and five to 
right of LIBERTY. 

249. Half-eagle, 1798. Similar to No. 244, but on obverse 

thirteen stars, grouped eight to left and five to right of 
LIBERTY; and on reverse, thirteen stars above the 
head of the eagle. 

260. Half-eagle, 1799. Similar to 249, except date. 

261. Half-eagle, 1799. Similar to No. 249, but with minor 

variations in the die, and dated 1 799. 

262. Half-eagle, 1800. Similar to No. 249, except date. 

263. Half -eagle, 1802. Similar to No. 249, except date. 

264. Half-eagle, 1802. Similar to No. 249, but with 2 over 1 

in the date. 
266-6. Half-eagle, 1803. Similar to No. 249, but with 3 over 
2 in date. 

267. Half -eagle, 1804. Similar to No. 249, except date. 

268. Half-eagle, 1806. Similar to No. 249, except date 

269. Half-eagle, 1806. Similar to No. 249, but with thirteen 

stars on the obverse, grouped seven to left and six to 
right of LIBERTY, and dated 1806. 

260. Half -eagle, 1807. Similar to No. 259, except date. 

261. Half-eagle, 1807. Ohv. Dmped bust of Liberty to 

left, the hair falling loosely about neck and shoulders, 
and wearing a liberty cap, the band of which is in- 
scribed liberty; around, ******* — 
* * * * * *; below, 1807. Reo. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with wings dis- 
played, an olive branch in the right claw, and arrows 
in the left; above the eagle, a scroll with e pluribus 
unum; below, 5 D. Reeded edge. Size, 16. By 
Reich. PI. II, 4. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 41 

262. Half-eagle, 1808. Similar to No. 261, except date. 
263-4. Half -eagle, 1809. Similar to No. 261, except dates. 

265. Half-eagle, 1810. Similar to No. 261, except date. 

266. Half-eagle, 1811. Similar to No. 261, except date. 
267-8. Half-eagle, 1812. Similar to No. 261, except date. 

269. Half-eagle, 1813. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, the 

hair falling in ringlets on neck and shoulders, with 

liberty cap the band of which is inscribed liberty; 
around, *************; be- 
low, 1813. Rev. Similar to No. 261. Size, 16. 

270. Half-eagle, 1814. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

271. Half-eagle, 1815. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

272. Half-eagle, 1818. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

273. Half-eagle, 1819. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

274. Half-eagle, 1820. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

275. Half-eagle, 1821. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

276. Half-eagle, 1822. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

277. Half-eagle, 1823. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

278. Half-eagle, 1824. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

279. Half-eagle, 1825. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

280. Half-eagle, 1826. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

281. Half-eagle, 1827. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

282. Half-eagle, 1828. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

283. Half -eagle, 1829. Similar to No. 269, except date, 

284. Half -eagle, 1830. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

285. Half-eagle, 1831. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

286. Half-eagle, 1832. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

287. Half-eagle, 1833. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

288. Half-eagle, 1834. Similar to No. 269, except date. 

289. Half-eagle, 1834. Ohv. Bust of Liberty to left, with 

fillet inscribed liberty; her hair is wavy, and locks 
fall on neck; around, thirteen stars; below bust, 1834. 
Rev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, 
with wings displayed, the head turned to left, bearing 
shield of the U. S. on breast; an olive branch in right 
claw and three arrows in left; below, 5 D. Reeded 
edge. Size, 14; wt., 129 grs. ; PI. II, 5. 



42 

290. 

291. 
292. 
293. 
294. 



295. 

296. 
297. 
298. 
299. 
300. 
301. 
302. 
303. 
304. 
305. 
306. 
307. 

308. 
309. 
310. 
311. 

312. 
813. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

Half-eagle, 1835. Similar to No. 289, except date. 

Half-eagle, 1836. Similar to No. 289, except date. 

Half-eagle, 1837. Similar to No. 289, except date. 

Half-eagle, 1838. Similar to No. 289, except date. 

Half-eagle, 1839. Ohv. Bust of Liberty to left, with 
hair in a knot at back of head and secured by rope 
of pearls; in hair, a fillet inscribed liberty; around, 
thirteen stars; below, 1839. R&i}. Similar to No. 289, 
except for variations in the olive branch and the posi- 
tion of the arrows in claws of the eagle, and the state- 
ment of value, which is FIVE D. Size, 14. 

Half-eagle, 1840. Similar to No. 294, but the stars on 
obverse are smaller. 



Half -eagle, 1841. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1842. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1843. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1844. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1846. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1846. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1847. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1848. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1849. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1850. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1851. Sim 

Half-eagle, 1852. Sim 



lar to No. 294, except date, 
lar to No. 294, except date, 
lar to No. 294, except date, 
lar to No. 294, except date, 
lar to No. 294, except date, 
lar to No. 294, except date, 
lar to No. 294, except date, 
lar to No. 294, except date, 
lar to No. 294, except date, 
lar to No. 294, except date. 



lar to No. 294, except date. 

lar to No. 294, but with D (Dah- 
lonega Mint) beneath the eagle on reverse. 

Half-eagle, 1853. Similar to No, 294, except date. 

Half-eagle, 1854. Similar to No. 294, except date. 

Half-eagle, 1855. Similar to No. 294, except date. 

Half -eagle, 1856. Similar to No. 294, but with C (Char- 
lotte Mint) beneath the eagle on reverse. 

Half-eagle, 1857. Similar to No. 294, except date. 

Half-eagle, 1858. Similar to No. 294, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 43 

314. Half-eagle, 1859. Similar to No. 294, except date. 

316. Half-eagle, 1860. Similar to No. 294, except date. 

316. Half-eagle, 1861. Similar to No. 294, except date. 

317. Half-eagle, 1862. Similar to No. 294, except date. 

318. Half-eagle, 1863. Similar to No. 294, except date. 

319. Half-eagle, 1864. Similar to No. 294, except date. 

320. Half -eagle, 1865. Similar to No. 294, except date. 

321. Half -eagle, 1866. Similar to No. 294, but above the eagle 

on reverse a scroll bearing in god - we - trust. 

322. Half-eagle, 1867. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

323. Half -eagle, 1868. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

324. Half -eagle, 1869. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

325. Half-eagle, 1870. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

326. Half-eagle, 1871. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

327. Half-eagle, 1872. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

328. Half-eagle, 1873. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

329. Half-eagle, 1874. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

330. Half-eagle, 1876. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

331. Half -eagle, 1876. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

332. Half -eagle, 1877. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

333. Half-eagle, 1878. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

334. Half-eagle, 1879. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

335. Half-eagle, 1880. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

336. Half-eagle, 1881. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

337. Half-eagle, 1882. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

338. Half-eagle, 1883. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

339. Half-eagle, 1884. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

340. Half -eagle, 1885. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

341. Half-eagle, 1886. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

342. Half-eagle, 1887. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

343. Half-eagle, 1888. Similar to No. 321, except date. 



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CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS, 



344. Half-eagle, 1889. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

345. Half-eag-le, 1890. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

346. Half-eagle, 1891. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

347. Half-eagle, 1892. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

348. Half-eagle, 1893. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

349. Half-eagle, 1894. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

350. Half-eagle, 1895. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

351. Half-eagle, 1896. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

352. Half-eagle, 1897. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

353. Half-eagle, 1898. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

354. Half-eagle, 1899. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

355. Half-eagle, 1900. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

356. Half -eagle, 1901. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

357. Half-eagle, 1902. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

358. Half-eagle, 1903. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

359. Half -eagle, 1904. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

360. Half-eagle, 1905. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

361. Half -eagle, 1906. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

362. Half-eagle, 1907. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

363. Half-eagle, 1908. Similar to No. 321, except date. 

364. Half-eagle, 1908. Ohv. In an incuse depression, bust 

of an Indian to left, with bonnet of eagle feathers, 
and a necklace of claws; around, ****** 
LIBERTY *******; below, 1 908. Beneath 
the bust, B. L. P. (Bela Lyon Pratt). Bev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA, incuse; an eagle, standing 
to left, upon a bundle of arrows on which lies an olive 
branch; the whole in an incuse depression; to left of 
the eagle, e | pluribus | unum; to right, in | god ( 
WE I trust; below, FIVE DOLLARS. Without raised 
margin. Edge, reeded. Size, 13^. PI. II, 6. 

366. Half-eagle, 1909. Similar to No. 364, except date. 

366. Half-eagle, 1910. Similar to No. 364, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS, 



45 



367-368. Three-dollars, 1854. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. An Indian female head, to left, with 
feather bonnet, the band of which is inscribed liberty. 
Reo. 3 I DOLLARS I 1854 | within a wreath of cotton and 
wheat. Edge, reeded. Size, 13; wt., 77.4 grs. By 
Longacre. PI. II, 8. 

369. Three-dollars, 1855. Similar to No. 367, but beneath the 

wreath, the letter S (San Francisco mint) and 1855. 

370. Three-dollars, 1856. Similar to No. 369, except date. 

371. Three-dollars, 1857. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

372. Three-dollars, 1858. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

373. Three-dollars, 1859. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

374. Three-dollars, 1860. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

375. Three-dollars, 1861. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

376. Three-dollars, 1862. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

377. Three-dollars, 1863. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

378. Three-dollars, 1864. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

379. Three-dollars, 1865. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

380. Three-dollars, 1866. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

381. Three-dollars, 1867. Similar to No. 867, except date. 

382. Three-dollars, 1868. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

383. Three-dollars, 1869. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

384. Three-dollars, 1870. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

385. Three-dollars, 1871. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

386. Three-dollars, 1872. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

387. Three-dollars, 1873. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

388. Three-dollars, 1874. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

389. Three-dollars, 1875. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

390. Three-dollars, 1876. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

391. Three-dollars, 1877. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

392. Three-dollars, 1878. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

393. Three-dollars, 1879. Similar to No. 367, except date. 



46 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

394. Three-dollars, 1880. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

395. Three-dollars, 1881. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

396. Three-dollars, 1882. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

397. Three-dollars, 1883. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

398. Three-dollars, 1884. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

399. Three-dollars, 1885. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

400. Three-dollars, 1886. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

401. Three-dollars, 1887. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

402. Three-dollars, 1888. Similar to No. 367, except date. 

403. Three-dollars, 1889. Similar to No. 367, except date. 



404. Quarter-eagle, 1796. Obv. LIBERTY. Draped bust of 
Liberty to right, with long hair falling on neck and 
shoulders, atid with liberty cap; beneath, 1796. (No 
stars on border.) Reo. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. An eagle displayed, with shield of U. S. 
on breast, grasping arrows in right claw, and olive 
branch in the left; in beak, a scroll inscribed e 
plurtbus-uxum; about the head, sixteen stars beneath 
an arch of clouds. Size, 13; 67.5 gr. ; PI. II, 7. 

406. Quarter-eagle, 1796. Similar to No. 404, but on obverse 
• ••••••• LIBERTY ••••••••. 

406. Quarter-eagle, 1797. Similar to No. 404, but with 

thirteen stars on obverse, seven to left and six to right, 
of LIBERTY. 

407. Quarter-eagle, 1798. Similar to No. 404, but with 

thirteen stars on obverse, grouped six to left and seven 
to right of LIBERTY, and thirteen on reverse above 
the head of the eagle. 

408. Quarter-eagle, 1802. Obv. Similar to No. 404, but with 

thirteen stars, grouped eight to left and five to right 
of LIBERTY. Rev. Similar to No. 404, but thirteen 
stars about the head of the eagle. 

409. Quarter-eagle, 1804. Similar to No. 408, but with 

fourteen stars over the head of eagle on reverse, and 
dated 1804. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 47 

410. Quarter-eagle, 1805. Similar to No. 408, but with 

thirteen stars on obverse, grouped seven to left and 
six to right of LIBERTY. 

411. Quarter-eagle, 1806. Similar to No. 410, except date. 

411a. Quarter-eagle, 1806. Similar to No. 408, but with 
thirteen stars, grouped eight to left and five to right 
of LIBERTY. 

412. Quarter-eagle, 1807. Similar to No. 410, except date. 

413. Quarter-eagle, 1808. Types similar to the Half -eagle, No. 

261, but with mark of value, 2-1/2 D., beneath the 
eagle on reverse, and dated 1808. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 13. 

414. Quarter-eagle, 1821. Similar to the Half -eagle, No. 269, 

but with mark of value, 2-1 /2 D. and dated 1 821 . Edge, 
reeded. Size, 12. 

415. Quarter-eagle, 1824. Similar to No. 414, except date. 

416. Quarter-eagle, 1826. Similar to No. 414, except date. 

417. Quarter-eagle, 1827. Similar to No. 414, except date. 

418. Quarter-eagle, 1829. Similar to No. 414, except date. 

419. Quarter-eagle, 1830. Similar to No. 414, except date. 

420. Quarter-eagle, 1831. Similar to No. 414, except date. 

421. Quarter-eagle, 1832. Similar to No. 414, except date. 

422. Quarter-eagle, 1833. Similar to No. 414, except date. 

423. Quarter-eagle, 1834. Similar to No. 414, except date. 

424. Quarter-eagle, 1834. Ohv. Bust of Liberty to left, with 

fillet inscribed liberty; her hair is wavy, and locks 
fall on neck; around, thirteen stars; below, 1834. Mev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with 
wings displayed, the head turned to left, bearing shield 
of the U. S. on breast; olive branch in right claw and 
three arrows in left; below 2-1/2 D. Reeded edge. 
Size, Hi. Wt., 64.5grs. 

425. Quarter-eagle, 1835. Similar to No. 424, except date. 

426. Quarter-eagle, 1836. Similar to No. 424, except date. 

427. Quarter-eagle, 1837. Similar to No. 424, except date. 



48 

428. 
429. 
430. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

Quarter-eagle, 1838. Similar to No. 424, except date. 

Qnarter-eagle, 1839. Similar to No. 424, except date. 

Quarter-eagle, 1840. Obv. Bust of Liberty to left, with 
hair in a knot at back of head and secured by rope of 
pearls; in hair a fillet inscribed liberty; around, thir- 
teen stars; below, 1840. Rev. Similar to No. 424, but 
of different die, the olive branch in the eagle's claw 
being much larger. 



431. 
432. 
433. 
434. 
435. 
436. 
437. 
438. 
439. 
440. 
441. 
442. 
443. 
444. 
445. 
446. 
447. 
448. 
449. 
450. 
451. 
452. 
453. 
454. 



Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 
Quarter-eagle 



841. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

842. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

843. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

844. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

845. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

846. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

847. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

848. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

849. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

850. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

851. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

852. Similar to No. 480, except date. 

853. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

854. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

855. Similar to No, 430, except date. 

856. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

857. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

858. Similar to No, 430, except date. 

859. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

860. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

861. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

862. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

863. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

864. Similar to No. 430, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 



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465. Quarter-eagle, 1865. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

456. Quarter-eagle, 1866. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

457. Quarter-eagle, 1867. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

458. Quarter-eagle, 1868. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

459. Quarter-eagle, 1869. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

460. Quarter-eagle, 1870. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

461. Quarter-eagle, 1871. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

462. Quarter-eagle, 1872. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

463. Quarter-eagle, 1873. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

464. Quarter-eagle, 1874. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

465. Quarter-eagle, 1875. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

466. Quarter-eagle, 1876. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

467. Quarter-eagle, 1877. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

468. Quarter-eagle, 1878. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

469. Quarter-eagle, 1879. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

470. Quarter-eagle, 1880. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

471. Quarter-eagle, 1881. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

472. Quarter-eagle, 1882. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

473. Quarter-eagle, 1883. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

474. Quarter-eagle, 1884. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

475. Quarter-eagle, 1885. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

476. Quarter-eagle, 1886. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

477. Quarter-eagle, 1887. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

478. Quarter-eagle, 1888. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

479. Quarter-eagle, 1889. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

480. Quarter-eagle, 1890. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

481. Quarter-eagle, 1891. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

482. Quarter-eagle, 1892. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

483. Quarter-eagle, 1893. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

484. Quarter-eagle, 1894. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

1666°— 12 i 



50 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 



485. Quarter-eagle, 1895. S 

486. Qnarter-eagle, 1896. S 

487. Quarter-eagle, 1897. S 

488. Quarter-eagle, 1898. S 

489. Quarter-eagle, 1899. S 

490. Quarter-eagle, 1900. S 

491. Quarter-eagle, 1901. S 

492. Quarter-eagle, 1902. S 

493. Quarter-eagle, 1903. S 

494. Quarter-eagle, 1904. S 

495. Quarter-eagle, 1905. S 

496. Quarter-eagle, 1906. S 

497. Quarter-eagle, 1907. S 

498. Quarter-eagle, 1908. S 



499. Quarter-eagle, 1909. S 

500. Quarter-eagle, 1910. S 



milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to No. 430, except date, 
milar to the Eagle, No. 364, but 



reading 2-1/2 D. below the eagle on reverse. Size, 11. 



milar to No. 498, except date, 
milar to No. 498, except date. 



501. Dollar, 1849. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, with dia- 

dem inscribed liberty; around, thirteen stars; below, 
1849. Rev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
Within an olive wreath, i | dollar | 1849. Reeded 
edge. Size, 8; wt, 25.8 grs.; PI. II, 9. 

502. Dollar, 1850. Similar to No. 601, except date. 

503. Dollar, 1851. Similar to No. 501, except date. 
504-505. Dollar, 1852. Similar to No. 501, except date. 
506-507. Dollar, 1853. Similar to No. 501, except date. 

508. Dollar, 1854. Similar to No. 501, except date. 

509. Dollar, 1854. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

An Indian female head to left, with feather bonnet, the 
band of which is inscribed liberty. Rev. Within a 
wreath of cotton and wheat, 1 | dollar | 1854. Size, 9^; 
wt., 25.8 grs.; PI. II, 10. 





CATALOGUE 


610. 


Dollar 


1856. 


511. 


Dollar 


1866. 


512. 


Dollar 


1857. 


513. 


Dollar 


1858. 


514. 


Dollar 


1859. 


515. 


Dollar 


1860. 


516. 


Dollar 


1861. 


517. 


Dollar 


1862. 


518. 


Dollar 


1863. 


519. 


Dollar 


1864. 


520. 


Dollar, 


1865. 


521. 


Dollar 


1866. 


522. 


Dollar 


1867. 


523. 


Dollar 


1868. 


524. 


Dollar 


1869. 


525. 


Dollar 


1870. 


526. 


Dollar 


1871. 


527. 


Dollar 


, 1872. 


528. 


Dollar 


1873. 


529. 


Dollar 


1874. 


530. 


Dollar 


, 1875. 


531. 


Dollar 


1876. 


532. 


Dollar 


1877. 


533. 


Dollar 


1878. 


534. 


Dollar 


1879. 


535. 


Dollar 


1880. 


536. 


Dollar 


1881. 


637. 


Dollar 


1882. 


538. 


Dollar 


1883. 


639. 


Dollar 


1884. 


540. 


Dollar 


1886. 


541. 


Dollar 


1886. 



OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 609, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 609, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 509, except date. 
Similar to No. 609, except date. 



51 



52 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

542. Dollar, 1887. Similar to No. 509, except date. 

543. Dollar, 1888. Similar to No. 609, except date. 

544. Dollar, 1889. Similar to No. 509, except date. 

545-546. Dollar, 1903. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, spe- 
cial issue. Olv. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
Bust of President McKinley to left. Ren. LOUISI- 
ANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION, ST. LOUIS. In 
field, ONE I DOLLAR | {pllve hranch) \ 1803 | 1903. 
Reeded edge. Size, 9. By C. E. Barber. 

647. Dollar, 1903. Similar to No. 545, but with bust of 
Jefferson to left, on obverse. 

548-549. Dollar, 1904. Lewis and Clark Exposition, special 
issue. Ohv. LEWIS-CLARK EXPOSITION PORT- 
LAND ORE. Bust of Mr. Meriweather Lewis to 
left; below, date. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Bust of Mr. William Clark to left; 
beneath, ONE DOLLAR. Reeded edge. Size, 9. 
By C. E. Barber. 

550-551. Dollar, 1905. Similar to No. 648, except date. 



SILVER. 

652. Dollar, 1794. Ohv. i^i^iriririficir LIBERTY 
*******. Bust of Liberty to right, with 
loose hair hanging on neck ; below, 1 795. Rev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with wings dis- 
played, the head turned to right, standing upon a 
rock; the whole within an olive wreath. Edge, 

HUNDRED □ O □ O □ * * CENTS * * □ O □ * * 
ONE * * DOLLAR * * OR * * X7NIT CH □ * * *. 

Size, 24i; wt., 416 grs. 

553. Dollar, 1795. Similar to No. 552, except date; variety 

with three leaves beneath left wing of eagle. PI. Ill, 1. 

554. Dollar, 1795. Ohv. LIBERTY. Draped bust of Lib- 

erty to right, with long hair, two side locks drawn 
back and tied with a ribbon; around, fifteen stars 
grouped eight to left and seven to right; below, 1 795. 
Rev. Eagle similar to No. 552, but perched upon a cloud 
and within a wreath of olive and palm branches. Edge 
as No. 552. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 53 

656. Dollar, 1796. Similar to No. 564, except date. 

656. Dollar, 1797. Similar to No. 554, but with sixteen stars 
on the obverse, grouped nine to left and seven to right 
of LIBERTY. 

567. Dollar, 1797. Similar to No. 554, but with sixteen stars 
on the obverse, grouped ten to left and six to right of 
LIBERTY. 

558. Dollar, 1798. Similar to No. 554, but with fifteen stars 
on the obverse, grouped eight to left and seven to right 
of LIBERTY. Size, 25. 

569. Dollar, 1798. Similar to No. 554, but with thirteen stars 
on the obverse, grouped seven to left and six to right 
of LIBERTY. 

660. Dollar, 1798. Ohv. Similar to No. 554, but with thir- 

teen stars on the obverse, grouped seven to left and six 
to right of LIBERTY; below, 1798. Rev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle displayed, with 
shield of the U. S. on breast, thirteen arrows in right 
claw and olive branch in left; in beak, a scroll inscribed 
E PLURiBus - unum; about the head, thirteen stars 
beneath an arch of clouds. Edge as No. 652. 

661. Dollar, 1799. Similar to No. 560, except date. 

661a. Dollar, 1799. Similar to No. 560, but with stars grouped 
eight to left and five to right of LI BERTY. 

662-3. Dollars, 1800. Similar to No. 560, except date. 

664. Dollar, 1801. Similar to No. 560, except date. 

566-6. Dollars, 1802. Similar to No. 560, with numeral 2 
over 1 in the date. 

567. Dollar, 1803. Similar to No. 560, except date. 

568. Dollar, 1804. Types similar to No. 560, but with a bead- 

ing around the borders. The edge, which is similar to 
No. 552, is very faintly struck, the legend being only 
legible, while the condition of the specimen is other- 
wise "uncirculated." Very rare. PI. Ill, 2. 
669. Dollar, 1804. Types similar to No. 560, but with several 
minor variations, and with a plain edge. This piece is 
understood to have been struck several years later than 
the date it bears. 



54 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

670. Dollar, 1840. Ohv. Liberty, wearing Greek chiton, with 
neck and arms bare, seated to right upon a rock, the 
head turned to left; she holds in left hand a pole sur- 
mounted by liberty cap, the right hand supporting the 
shield of the United States which rests upon the ground 
by her side; across the shield is a scroll inscribed lib- 
erty; beneath, 1840. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. An eagle, with wings displayed inverted; 
an olive branch in right claw and arrows in left; below, 
ONE DO L. Reeded edge. Size, 24; PI. Ill, 3. 

571. Dollar, 1841. Similar to No. .570, except date. 

572. Dollar, 1842. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

573. Dollar, 1843. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

574. Dollar, 1844. Similar to No. 570, except date. 
675. Dollar, 1845. Similar to No. 570, except date. 
576. Dollar, 1846. Similar to No. 570, except date. 
677. Dollar, 1847. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

578. Dollar, 1848. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

579. Dollar, 1849. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

580. Dollar, 1850. Similar to- No. 570, except date. 

581. Dollar, 1851. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

582. Dollar, 1852. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

583. Dollar, 1853. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

584. Dollar, 1854. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

585. Dollar, 1855. Similar to No. 670, except date. 

586. Dollar, 1856. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

587. Dollar, 1857. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

588. Dollar, 1858. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

589. Dollar, 1859. Similar to No. 570, except date. 

590. Dollar, 1860. Similar to No. 570, except date. 



CATAIiOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

691. Dollar, 1861. Similar to No. 570, except date. 



55 



592. Dollar, 1862. 

693. Dollar, 1863. 

694. Dollar, 1864. 

695. Dollar, 1866. 



Similar to No. 570, except date. 
Similar to No. 570, except date. 
Similar to No. 570, except date. 
Similar to No. 570, except date. 



696. Dollar, 1866. Similar to No. 570, but on a scroll above 
the eagle on reverse, in god - we - trust, and dated 
1866. 



697. Dollar, 1867. 

698. Dollar, 1868. 

699. Dollar, 1869. 

600. Dollar, 1870. 

601. Dollar, 1871. 

602. Dollar, 1872. 

603. Dollar, 1873. 



Similar to No. 596, except date. 
Similar to No. 596, except date. 
Similar to No. 596, except date. 
Similar to No. 596, except date. 
Similar to No. 596, except date. 
Similar to No. 596, except date. 
Similar to No. 596, except date. 



604-6. Trade-dollars, 1873. Obv. Liberty, with diadem, wear- 
ing Greek chiton, her neck and arms bare, seated to 
left upon a bale of goods by the sea; holds a branch 
of olive in extended right hand and in her left, which 
hangs by her side, a scroll on which, liberty; behind 
and leaning against the bale of goods, sheaf of wheat; 
beneath the bale, a scroll inscribed in god we trust; 
around, thirteen stars; below, 1873. Rev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle with wings dis- 
plaj^ed inverted, the head turned to right, three ar- 
rows in right claw and olive branch in left; above, 
on a scroll, e pluribus unum; beneath the eagle, 
420 grains 900 FINE, and on margin, TRADE DOLLAR. 
Reeded edge. Size, 24. PI. Ill, 4. 



606. Trade-dollar, 1874. 

607. Trade-dollar, 1876. 

608. Trade-dollar, 1876. 

609. Trade-dollar, 1877. 

610. Trade-dollar, 1878. 



Similar to No. 604, except date. 
Similar to No. 604, except date. 
Similar to No. 604, except date. 
Similar to No. 604, except date. 
Similar to No. 604, except date. 



56 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

611-12. Dollars, 1878. Obv. Head of Liberty to left, with 
liberty cap, the band of which is inscribed liberty; 
in hair, cotton bolls and wheat heads; around, 

• •••••• E. PLURIBUS . UNUM 

• •••••; below, 1878. Rm. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with wings 
displayed erect, the head turned to left, an olive 
branch in right claw and three arrows in left, within 
an olive wreath; above, in straight line, Kn 05nl» tnf 
truBt; below, ONE DOLLAR. Reeded edge. Size, 
24; wt., 412i grs. By Morgan. 

613. Trade-dollar, 1879. Similar to No. 604, except date. 

614. Dollar, 1879. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

615. Trade-dollar, 1880. Similar to No. 604, except date. 

616. Dollar, 1880. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

617. Trade-dollar, 1881. Similar to No. 604, except date. 

618. Dollar, 1881. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

619. Trade-dollar, 1882. Similar to No. 604, except date. 

620. Dollar, 1882. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

621. Trade-dollar, 1883. Similar to No. 604, except date. 

622. Dollar, 1883. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

623. Dollar, 1884. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

624. Dollar,- 1885. Sunilar to No. 611, except date. 

625. Dollar, 1886. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

626. Dollar, 1887. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

627. Dollar, 1888. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

628. Dollar, 1889. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

629. Dollar, 1890. Sunilar to No. 611, except date. 

630. Dollar, 1891. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

631. Dollar, 1892. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

632. Dollar, 1893. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

633. Dollar, 1894. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

634. Dollar, 1896. Similar to No. 611, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 67 

635. Dollar, 1896. Similar to No. 611, except date. • 

636. Dollar, 1897. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

637. Dollar, 1898. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

638. Dollar, 1899. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

639. Dollar, 1900. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

640-1. Lafayette Dollar, 1900. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Heads of Washington and Lafayette, 
conjoined, to right; below, LAFAYETTE DOLLAR. 
Rev. ERECTED . BY . THE . YOUTH . OF. THE . 
UNITED . STATES . IN . HONOR . OF . GEN . 
LAFAYETTE. Equestrian statue of Gen. Lafayette, 
to left; on base, bartlett; below, * PAR IS.* 1900. * 
Edge, reeded. Size, 24. By C. E. Barber and Bart- 
lett. PI. m, 5. 

642. Dollar, 1901. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

643. Dollar, 1902. Similar to No. 611, except date. 

644. Dollar, 1903. Similar to No. 611, except date. 
646-6. Dollars, 1904. Similar to No. 611, except date. 



647-8. Half-dollar, 1794. Ohv. iriciriririricic LIB- 
ERTY • ••••••. Bust of Liberty, with long, 
loose hair, to right; below, 1794. Bev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with wings dis- 
played, standing upon a rock, the head turned to right, 
within a wreath of laurel branches; scallop pattern on 
borders. Edge^ * * fifty * * aoa cents * * * or □ 
half * * a * * DOLLAR * * CDOC30. Size, 21; wt,, 
208 grs. 

649. Half-dollar, 1795. Similar to No. 647, but with heavier 
wreath and dated 1 795. 

660. Half-dollar, 1796. Ohv. LIBERTY. Draped bust of 
Liberty to right, with long, loose hair, two side locks 
drawn back and tied with a ribbon; around, fifteen 
stars, grouped eight to left and seven to right of lib- 
erty; beneath, 1796. Bev. Similar to No. 647, but 
with wreath of olive and palm branches. Edge, as 
No. 647. 



68 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

661. Half-dollar, 1796. Similar to No. 660, but with sixteen 

stars, grouped nine to left and seven to right. 

662. Half-dollar, 1797. Similar to No. 650, except date. 

663. Half-dollar, 1801. Obv. Similar to No. 650, but with 

thirteen stars, grouped seven to left and six to right of 
liberty; beneath, 1801. Reo. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. An eagle displayed, with shield of U. S. 
on breast, grasping thirteen arrows in right claw and 
an olive branch in the left; in beak, a scroll inscribed e 
pluribus-unum; about the head, thirteen stars beneath 
an arch of clouds. Edge, similar to No. 647. Size, 21; 
wt., 208 grs. 

664. Half-dollar, 1802. Similar to No. 653, except date. 
666. Half-dollar, 1803. Similar to No. 653, except date. 

666. Half-dollar, 1806. Similar to No'. 653, except date. 

667. Half-dollar, 1806. Similar to No. 658, except date. 
668-9. Half-dollar, 1807. Similar to No. 653, except date. 

660. Half-dollar, 1807. Obv. Draped bust of Liberty to left, 

the hair falling loosely about neck and shoulders, with 
liberty cap, the band of which is inscribed liberty; 
around, ******* — ******; 
below,1807. ^<«;. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
An eagle with wings displayed inverted, bearing U. S. 
shield on breast, an olive branch in right claw and 
three arrows in left; above, a scroll inscribed e pluri- 
Bus unum; below, 50 C. Edge, fifty cents or 
HALF A DOLLAR. Size, 21. By Reich. PI. IV. 1. 

661. Half-dollar, 1808. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

662. Half-dollar, 1809. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

663. Half-dollar, 1810. Similar to No: 660, except date. 

664. Half-dollar, 1811. Similar to No. 660, except date. 
666. Half-dollar, 1812. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

666. Half-dollar, 1813. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

667. Half-dollar, 1814. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

668. Half-dollar, 1816. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

669. Half-dollar, 1817. Similar to No. 660, except date. 



670. 

671. 
672. 

673. 
674. 
676. 
676. 
677. 
678. 
679. 
680. 
681. 
682. 
683. 
684. 
685. 
686. 
687. 
688. 
689. 

690. 
691. 
692. 



CATALOGUE OF COIKS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 59 

1817. Similar to No. 660. with 7 over 5 in 



Half-doUax 
date. 

Half-dollar 

Half-dollar 



1818. Similar to No. 660, except date. 
1818. Similar to No. 660. with 8 over 7 in 



date. 

Half-dollar, 1819. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1820. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1821. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1822. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1823. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1824. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1825. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1826. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1827. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1828. Similar to No. 660, except date. ' 

Half-dollar, 1829. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1830. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1831. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1832. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1833. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1834. Similar to No. 660, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1834. Similar to No. 660, but the stars, the 
figures in date, and the letters of inscription on reverse 
are smaller. 

Half-dollar, 1835. Similar to No. 689, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1836. Similar to No. 689, except date. 

Half-dollar, 1836. Olv. Around, •••••• - 
******* Bust of Liberty, draped, to 
left, with loose hair falling on neck and shoulders, and 
wearing a liberty cap, the band of which is inscribed 
liberty; below, 1836. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. An eagle, with wings displayed inverted, 
an olive branch in right claw and three arrows in left; 
below, 50 CENTS. Edge, reeded. Size, 19. 



60 ^ CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

693. Half-dollar, 1837. Similar to No. 692, except date. 

694. Half-dollar, 1838. Similar to No. 692, but reading HALF 

DOL. below the eagle on reverse. 

695. Half-dollar, 1838. Similar to No. 692, but with O (New 

Orleans Mint) beneath the bust. 

696. Half-dollar, 1838. Types similar to No. 570 — the seated 

figure of Liberty, and on reverse the eagle with wings 
displayed inverted — but reading HALF DOL. below 
the eagle on reverse. Reeded edge. Size, 19. 

697-8. Half-dollar, 1839. Similar to No. 6d6, except date. 

699. Half-dollar, 1839. Similar to No. 692, but with (New 

Orleans Mint) beneath the bust. 

700. Half-dollar, 1840. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

700a. Half-dollar, 1840. Similar to No. 696, but with (New 
Orleans Mint) beneath the eagle on reverse. 

701: Half-dollar, 1841. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

702. Half-dollar, 1841. Similar to No. 696, but with O (New 

Orleans Mint) beneath the eagle on reverse. 

703. Half-dollar, 1842. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

704. Half-dollar, 1843. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

704a. Half-dollar, 1843. Similar to No. 696, but with (New 
Orleans Mint) beneath the eagle on reverse. 

705. Half-dollar, 1844. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

706. Half-dollar, 1845. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

707. Half-dollar, 1846. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

708. Half-dollar, 1847. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

709. Half-dollar, 1848. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

710. Half-dollar, 1849. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

711. Half-dollar, 1850. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

712. Half-dollar, 1851. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

713. Half-dollar, 1852. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

714. Half-dollar, 1863. Similar to No. 696, but with arrow- 

heads at sides of the date; and on reverse the eagle is 
surrounded by rays. Size, 18; wt., reduced to 192 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 



61 



716. Half-dollar, 1864. Similar to No. 696, but with arrow- 
heads at sides of *the date, the rays of 714 omitted from 
reverse. 

716. Half-dollar, 1866. Similar to No. 715, but with letter S 

(San Francisco Mint) beneath the eagle on reverse. 

716a. Half-dollar, 1865. Similar to No. 715, except date. 

717. Half-dollar, 1866. Similar to No. 696, except date— the 

arrowheads omitted. 

718. Half-dollar, 1867. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

719. Half-dollar, 1868. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

720. Half-dollar, 1869. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

721. Half-dollar, 1860. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

722. Half-dollar, 1861. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

723. Half-dollar, 1862. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

724. Half-dollar, 1863. Similar to No. 696, except date. 
726. Half-dollar, 1864. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

726. Half-dollar, 1866. Similar to No. 696, except date. 

727. Half-dollar, 1866. Similar to No. 696, but, above the 

eagle, on reverse, a scroll on which in god - we - 

TRUST. 

728. Half-dollar, 1867. Similar to No. 727, except date. 

729. Half-dollar, 1868. Similar to No. 727, except date. 

730. Half-dollar, 1869. Similar to No. 727, except date. 

731. Half-dollar, 1870. Similar to No. 727, except date. 

732. Half-dollar, 1871. Similar to No. 727, except date. 

733. Half-dollar, 1872. Similar to No. 727, except date. 

734. Half-dollar, 1873. Similar to No. 727, except date. 

736. Half-dollar, 1873. Similar to No. 727, but with an arrow- 
head at each side of the date. 

736. Half-dollar, 1874. Similar to No. 735, except date. 

737. Half-dollar, 1876. Similar to No. 727, except date— the 

arrowheads of 735 being omitted. 

738. Half-dollar, 1876. Similar to No. 727, except date. 



62 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

739. Half-dollar, 1877. Similar to No. 727, except date. 

740. Half-dollar, 1878. Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Similar to No. 727, except date. 

Ohj. Head of Liberty to right, wear- 
ing liberty cap with laurel wreath over the cap; in front 
hair a fillet inscribed liberty; around, ****** 
IN GOD WE TRUST *******; below head, 
1892. Rev. An eagle displayed, bearing shield of the 
United States on breast; a branch of olive in right 
claw and thirteen arrows in the left; in beak a scroll on 
which is E PLURiBUS - UNtnvi; above the head, thirteen 
. stars; below the eagle, .HALF DOLLAR. Edge, 
reeded. Size, 19. By C. E. Barber. PL IV, 2. 

756-6. Colnmbian half-dollar, 1892. Ohv. UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. Bust of Columbus to right; below, 
COLUMBIAN HALF DOLLAR. Rev. WORLD'S 
COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION CHICAGO. A ship, 
sailing to left; below, two hemispheres, divided by 
which is the date, 1^1-92; below, 1 892. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 19. By C. E. Barber. 

767. Half-dollar, 1893. Similar to No. 754, except date. 

768. Columbian half-dollar, 1893. Similar to No. 755, except 

date. PI. IV, 3. 



741. Half-dollar, 1879. 

742. Half-dollar, 1880. 

743. Half-dollar, 1881. 

744. Half-dollar, 1882. 
746. Half-dollar, 1883. 

746. Half-dollar, 1884. 

747. Half-dollar, 1886. 

748. Half-dollar, 1886. 

749. Half-dollar, 1887. 

760. Half-dollar, 1888. 

761. Half-dollar, 1889. 

762. Half-dollar, 1890. 

763. Half-dollar, 1891. 

764. Half-dollar, 1892. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 



63 



769. 
760. 
761. 
762. 
763. 
764. 
766. 
766. 
767. 
768. 
769. 
770. 
771. 
772. 
773. 
774. 
776. 



Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 
Half-dollar 



1894. 
1896. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1906. 
1906. 
1907. 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 



Similar to No. Y54, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 
Similar to No. 754, except date. 



776. Quarter-dollar, 1796. Obv. ••••••••LIB- 

ERTY • ••••••. Draped bust of Liberty 
to right, with long loose hair, two side locks drawn 
back and tied with a ribbon; below, 1796. Rev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with 
wings displayed, standing upon a rock, the head turned 
to right, within a wreath of laurel branches; scallop 
pattern on borders. Reeded edge. Size, 18. 

777. Quarter-dollar, 1804. Obv. Similar to No. 776, but with 

thirteen stars, grouped seven to left and six to right; 
below, 1804. Rev. UNITED STATES OF AM ERICA. 
An eagle, displayed, with shield of U. S. on breast, 
grasping arrows in right claw and olive branch in left; 
in beak, a scroll inscribed e pluribus-unuini; about the 
head thirteen stars beneath an arch of clouds; below, 
25 C. Reeded edge. Size, 18; wt., 104 grs. 



64 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 



778. Quarter-dollar, 1805. Similar to No. 777, except date. 

779. Quarter-dollar, 1806. Similar to No. 777, except date. 

780. Quarter-dollar, 1807. Similar to No. 777, except date. 

781-2. Quarter-dollar, 1816. Ohv. Around, **••••• - 
****** Draped bust of Liberty to left, the hair 
falling loosely about the neck and shoulders, with lib- 
erty cap, the band of which is inscribed liberty; below, 
1815. Rev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An 
eagle with wings displayed inverted, bearing U. S. 
shield on breast, grasping olive branches in right claw 
and three arrows in left; above, a scroll inscribed e 
PLURiBus unum; below, 25 C. Reeded edge. 

783. Quarter-dollar, 1818. Similar to No. 781, except date. 

784. Quarter-dollar, 1819. Similar to No. 781, except date. 

785. Quarter-dollar, 1820. Similar to No. 781, except date. 

786. Quarter-dollar, 1821. Similar to No. 781, except date. 

787. Quarter-dollar, 1822. Similar to No. 781, except date. 

788. Quarter-dollar, 1823. Similar to No. 781, except date. 

789. Quarter-dollar, 1824. Similar to No. 781, except date. 

790. Quarter-dollar, 1825. Similar to No. 781, except date. 

791. Quarter-dollar, 1827. Similar to No. 781, except date. 

PI. IV, 4. 

792. Quarter-dollar, 1828. Similar to No. 781, except date. 

793. Quarter-dollar, 1831. Similar to No. 781, but scroll with 

motto omitted on reverse. Size, 15. 

794-795. Quarter-dollar, 1832. Similar to No. 793, except 
date. 

796. Quarter-dollar, 1833. Similar to No. 793, except date. 

797. Quarter-dollar, 1834. Similar to No. 793, except date. 

798. Quarter-dollar, 1835. Similar to No. 793, except date. 

799. Quarter-dollar, 1836. Similar to No. 793, except date. 

800. Quarter-dollar, 1837. Similar to No. 793, except date. 

801. Quarter-dollar, 1838. Similar to No. 793, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 65 

802. Quarter-dollar, 1838. Ohv. Liberty, wearing Greek 

chiton, with neck and arms bare, seated to right upon 
a rock, the head turned to left; she holds in left 
hand a pole surmounted by liberty cap, the right hand 
supporting the shield of the United States; across the 
shield is a scroll inscribed liberty; around, thirteen 
stars; below, 1838. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AM ERICA. An eagle with wings displayed inverted, 
grasping olive branch in right claw and arrows in left; 
below, QUAR.DOL Reeded edge. Size, 15. 

803. Quarter-dollar, 1839. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

804. Quarter-dollar, 1840. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

805. Quarter-dollar, 1841. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

806. Quarter-dollar, 1842. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

807. Quarter-dollar, 1843. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

808. Quarter-dollar, 1844. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

809. Quarter-dollar, 1845. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

810. Quarter-dollar, 1846. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

811. Quarter-dollar, 1847. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

812. Quarter-dollar, 1848. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

813. Quarter-dollar, 1849. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

814. Quarter-dollar, 1850. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

815. Quarter-dollar, 1851. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

816. Quarter-dollar, 1852. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

817-818. Quarter-dollar, 1853. Similar to No. 802, except 
date. 

819. Quarter-dollar, 1853. Similar to No. 802, but with arrow- 

heads at sides of the date; and on reverse the eagle is 
surrounded by rays. Weight reduced to 96 grains. 

Size, 16. 

820. Quarter-dollar, 1854. Similar to No. 802, but with arrow- 

heads at sides of the date. (The rays of No. 819 omitted 
from reverse.) 

1666°— 12 5 



66 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

821-822. Quarter-dollar, 1855. Similar to No. 820, except 
date. 

823. Quarter-dollar, 1856. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

824. Quarter-dollar, 1857. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

825. Quarter-dollar, 1858. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

826. Quarter-dollar, 1859. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

827. Quarter-dollar, 1860. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

828. Quarter-dollar, 1861. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

829. Quarter-dollar, 1862. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

830. Quarter-dollar, 1863. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

831. Quarter-dollar, 1864. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

832. Quarter-dollar, 1865. Similar to No. 802, except date. 

833. Quarter-dollar, 1866. Similar to No. 802, but above the 

eagle, on reverse, a scroll on which is in god - we - 

TRUST. 

834. Quarter-dollar, 1867. Similar to No. 833, except date. 

835. Quarter-dollar, 1868. Similar to No. 833, except date. 

836. Quarter-dollar, 1869. Similar to No. 833, except date. 
387. Quarter-dollar, 1870. Similar to No. 833, except date. 

838. Quarter-dollar, 1871. Similar to No. 833, except date. 

839. Quarter-dollar, 1872. Similar to No. 833, except date. 

840. Quarter-dollar, 1873. Similar to No. 833, except date. 

841. Quarter-dollar, 1873. Similar to No. 833, but with arrow- 

heads at sides of date. 

842. Quarter-dollar, 1874. Similar to No. 841, except date. 

843. Quarter-dollar, 1875. Similar to No. 833, except date — 

the arrow-heads of No. 841 being omitted from obverse. 

844. Quarter-dollar, 1876. Similar to No. 833, except date. 

845. Quarter-dollar, 1877. Similar to No. 833, except date. 

846. Quarter-dollar, 1878. Similar to No. 833, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 



67 



847. Quarter-dollar, 1879. 

848. Quarter-dollar, 1880. 

849. Quarter-dollar, 1881. 

850. Quarter-dollar, 1882. 

851. Quarter-dollar, 1883. 

852. Quarter-dollar, 1884. 

853. Quarter-dollar, 1885. 

854. Quarter-dollar, 1886. 

855. Quarter-dollar, 1887. 

856. Quarter-dollar, 1888. 

857. Quarter-dollar, 1889. 

858. Quarter-dollar, 1890. 

859. Quarter-dollar, 1891. 
860. 



Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Similar to No. 833, except date. 

Oh), iriri^iririr IN GOD WE 
Head of Liberty to right. 



861, 
862 



864, 



Quarter-dollar, 1892. 
TRUST ••••••• 
wearing liberty cap, over which is a laurel wreath; 
in front hair a fillet inscribed liberty; below, 1892. 
Bev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle 
displayed, bearing shield of the United States on 
breast; a branch of olive in right claw and thirteen ar- 
rows in left; in beak, a scroll on which is e pluribus - 
unum; above the head, thirteen stars; below the eagle, 
QUARTER DOLLAR. Reeded edge. Size, 15i. By 
C. E. Barber. 

Quarter-dollar, 1893. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

-3. Columbian Quarter-dollar, 1893. Ohv. UNITED 
STATES — OF AMERICA. Crowned bust of 
Isabella of Spain, to left; in field, on right, 1893. 
Bev. BOARD OF LADY MANAGERS. A spinner, 
kneeling to left, a distaff in her left hand and a 
spindle in right; below, COLUMBIAN QUAR.DOL 
Reeded edge. Size, 15. By C. E. Barber. PL IV, 5. 

Quarter-dollar, 1894. Similar to No. 860, except date. 



68 

865. 

866. 

867. 

868. 

869. 

870. 

871. 

872. 

873. 

874. 

875. 

876. 

877. 

878. 

879. 

880. 



CATALOGUE 

Quarter-dollar 
Qnarter-dollar 
Qnarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 
Quarter-dollar 



OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1895. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1896. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1897. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1898. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1899. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1900. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1901. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1902. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1903. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1904. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1905. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1906. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1907. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1908. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1909. Similar to No. 860, except date. 

1910. Similar to No. 860, except date. 



881-882. Twenty cents, 1875. Ohv. Liberty, wearing Greek 
chiton, with neck and arms bare, seated to right upon 
a rock, her head turned to left; she holds. in left hand 
a pole sui-mounted by liberty cap, the right hand sup- 
porting the shield of the United States; across the 
shield is a scroll inscribed liberty; around, thirteen 
stars; beneath, 1875. R&o. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. An eagle with wings displayed inverted, 
the head turned to right, three arrows in right claw and 
an olive branch in the left; below TWENTY CENTS. 
(This is the same type of eagle as on Trade Dollar, No. 
604.) Edge, plain. Size, 14; wt., 76.16 grs. 

883. Twenty cents, 1876. Similar to No. 881, except date. 

884. Twenty cents, 1877. Similar to No. 881, except date. 

885. Twenty cents, 1878. Similar to No. 881, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 69 

886. Dime, 1796. Ohv. •-A-****** LIBERTY 

*******. Draped bust of Liberty to 
right, with long loose hair, two side locks drawn back 
and tied with a ribbon; below, 1796. Re\i. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with wings dis- 
played, the head turned to right, standing upon a rock, 
within a wreath of olive and palm branches. -Edge, 
reeded. Size, 13; wt. , 41.6 grs. Same type as PI. Ill, 1. 

887. Dime, 1797. Similar to No. 886, but with sixteen stars 

on the obverse grouped nine to left and seven to right. 
Dated 1797. 

888. Dime, 1798. Obv. Similar to No. 886, but with thirteen 

stars on obverse, grouped seven to left and six to right; 
below, 1798. ^^. UNITED STATES OFAMERICA. 
An eagle displayed, with shield of the United States 
on breast, arrows in right claw and olive branch in 
left; in beak, a scroll inscribed e pluribus - unxjm; 
about the head, thirteen stars beneath an arch of clouds. 
Reeded edge. Size, 13. 

889. Dime, 1800. Similar to No. 888, except date. 

890. Dime, 1801. Similar to No. 888, except date. 

891. Dime, 1802. Similar to No. 888, except date. 

892. Dime, 1803. Similar to No. 888, except date. 

893. Dime, 1804. Similar to No. 888, except date. 

894. Dime, 1805. Similar to No. 888, except date. 

896. Dime, 1807. Similar to No. 888, except date. 

896-7. Dime, 1809. Obv. Around, ••••••• 

— *****,* Draped bust of Liberty, to 
left, with hair falling loosely about neck and shoulders, 
wearing a liberty cap, on the band of which is liberty; 
below,1809. ^^. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
An eagle, with wings displayed inverted, bearing shield 
of the United States on breast, olive branches in right 
claw and three arrows in left; above, on a scroll, 
E PLURIBUS unum; bclow, 10 C. Size, 12. Same type 
as PL IV, 1. 

898. Dime, 1811. Similar to No. 896, except date. 



70 



CATALOGUE OP CX>INS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 



899. Dime, 1814. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

900. Dime, 1820. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

901. Dime, 1821. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

902. Dime, 1822. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

903. Dime, 1823. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

904. Dime, 1824. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

905. Dime, 1825. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

906. Dime, 1827. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

907. Dime, 1828. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

908. Dime, 1829. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

909. Dime, 1830. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

910. Dime, 1831. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

911. Dime, 1832. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

912. Dime, 1833. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

913. Dime, 1834. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

914. Dime, 1835. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

915. Dime, 1836. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

916. Dime, 1837. Similar to No. 896, except date. 

917-18. Dime, 1837. Ohv. Liberty, wearing Greek chiton, 
with neck and arms bare, seated to right upon a rock, 
her head turned to left; she holds in left hand a pole 
surmounted by liberty cap, the right hand supporting 
the shield of the United States; on a scroll across the 
shield, liberty; below, 1837. Bev. UNITED STATES 
OF AM ERICA. Within an olive wreath, one | dime. 
Edge, reeded. Size, 11^. *By Gobrecht, Obverse type 
is similar to the Dollar, No. 570. Obverse type same 
as PI. Ill, 3. 

919. Dime, 1838. Similar to No. 917, but reading one | dime | 

o I (New Orleans Mint) within wreath on obverse. 

920. Dime, 1838. Similar to No. 917, but with thirteen stars 

on the obverse. 

921. Dime, 1839. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

922. Dime, 1840. Similar to No. 920, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 71 

923. Dime, 1841. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

924. Dime, 1842. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

925. Dime, 1843. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

926. Dime, 1844. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

927. Dime, 1845. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

928. Dime, 1846. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

929. Dime, 1847. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

930. Dime, 1848. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

931. Dime, 1849. Similar to No.. 920, except date. 

932. Dime, 1850.. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

933. Dime, 1851. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

934. Dime, 1852. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

935. Dime, 1853. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

936. Dime, 1853. Similar to No. 920, but with an arrowhead 

at each side of the date. "Wt., 38.4 grs. 

937. Dime, 1854. Similar to No. 936, except date. 

938. Dime, 1855. Similar to No. 936, except date. 

939. Dime, 1856. Similar to No. 920, except date (the arrow- 

heads of No. 936 being omitted). 

940. Dime, 1857. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

941. Dime, 1858. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

942. Dime, 1859. Similar to No. 920, except date. 

943. Dime, 1860. Similar to No. 920, but with S (San Fran- 

cisco Mint) beneath the value on reverse. 

944. Dime, 1860. OU. UNITED STATES OF AMER- 

ICA. Liberty seated, as No. 917. R&o. one | dime | 
within a wreath of oak and corn. 

945. Dime, 1861. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

946. Dime, 1862. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

947. Dime, 1863. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

948. Dime, 1864. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

949. Dime, 1865. Similar to No. 944, except date. 



72 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 



960. Dime, 1866. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

961. Dime, 1867. Similar to No. 944, except date. 
952. Dime, 1868. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

963. Dime, 1869. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

964. Dime, 1870. Similar to No. 944, except date. 
966. Dime, 1871. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

966. Dime, 1872. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

967. Dime, 1873. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

968. Dime, 1873. Similar to No. 944, but with arrow-head at 

each side of date. Wt., 38.58 grs. 

969. Dime, 1874. Similar to No. 958, except date. 

960. Dime, 1876. Similar to No. 944, except date (the arrow- 

heads of No. 958 omitted). 

961. Dime, 1876. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

962. Dime, 1877. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

963. Dime, 1878. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

964. Dime, 1879. Similar to No. 944, except date. 
966. Dime, 1880. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

966. Dime, 1881. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

967. Dime, 1882. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

968. Dime, 1883. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

969. Dime, 1884. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

970. Dime, 1886. Similar to No. 944, except date. , 

971. Dime, 1886. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

972. Dime, 1887. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

973. Dime, 1888. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

974. Dime, 1889. Similar to No. 944, except date. 
976. Dime, 1890. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

976. Dime, 1891. Similar to No. 944, except date. 

977. Dime, 1892. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

Head of Liberty to right, wearing liberty cap with 
laurel over the cap; in front hair, a ribbon inscribed 
liberty; below, 1892. Hev. one | dime j within a 
wreath of oak, corn and wheat. Size, 11^. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 73 



978. 
979. 
980. 
981. 
982. 
983. 
984. 
985. 
986. 
987. 
988. 
989. 
990. 
991. 
992. 
993. 
994. 
995. 



Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 
Dime 



1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
1907. 
1908. 
1909. 
1910. 



milar to No. 977, except date, 
milar to No. 977, except date, 
milar to No. 977, except date, 
milar to No. 977, except date. 

liar to No. 977, except date. 

Jar to No. 977, except date. 

ilar to No. 977, except date. 

lar to No. 977, except date. 

lar to No. 977, except date. 

lar to No. 977, except date. 

lar to No. 977, except date. 

lar to No. 977, except date, 
milar to No. 977, except date. 

[lar to No. 977, except date. 

lar to No. 977, except date. 

lar to No. 977, except date. 

lar to No. 977, except date. 

lar to No. 977, except date. 



996. Half -dime, 1794. Olv, *••••••• LIBERTY** 

-K * * * *. Bust of Liberty, with long flowing 
hair, to right; below, 1794. Rev. UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. An eagle with wings displayed, 
standing upon a rock, the head turned to right, within 
a wreath of laurel branches; scallop pattern on borders. 
Edge, reeded. Size, 10; wt., 20.8 grs. 

997. Half-dime, 1795. Similar to No. 996, except date. PI. 

IV, 6. 

998. Half-dime, 1796. Similar to No. 996, except date. 

999. Half-dime, 1797. Ohv. LIBERTY. Draped bust of 

Liberty to right, with long loose hair, two side locks 
drawn back and tied with a ribbon; around, fifteen 
stars, grouped eight to left and seven to right, and 
1797 beneath. R&d. Similar to No. 996, but with 
wreath of olive and palm branches. 



74 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1000. Half-dime, 1797. Similar to No. 999, but with thirteen 
stars, grouped seven to left and six to right. 

1001. Half -dime, 1800. Oh). Similar to No. 1000. Rev. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle dis- 
played, with shield of United States on breast, thirteen 
arrows in right claw and olive branch in left; in beak, 
a scroll on which is e pluribus unum; about the head 
thirteen stars beneath an arch of clouds. Edge, reeded. 
Size, lOi; wt., 20.8 grs. 

1002. Half -dime, 1801. Similar to No. 1001, except date. 

1003. Half -dime, 1802. Similar to No. 1001, except date. 

1004. Half -dime, 1803. Similar to No. 1001, except date. 

1005. Half-dime, 1805. Similar to No. 1001, except date. 

1006. Half-dime, 1829. Oh). Around, ••••••• — 

******. Draped bust of Liberty to left, 
the hair falling loosely about neck and shoulders, with 
liberty cap, the band of which is inscribed liberty; 
below, 1829. Rev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
An eagle, with wings displayed inverted, bearing 
United States shield on breast; olive branches in right 
claw and three arrows in left; above, a scroll inscribed 
E PLURIBUS unum; below, 5 C. Edge, reeded. Size, 10. 

1007. Half-dime, 1830. Similar to No. 1006, except date. 

1008. Half -dime, 1831. Similar to No. 1006, except date. 

1009. Half-dime, 1832. Similar to No. 1006, except date. 

1010. Half -dime, 1833. Similar to No. 1006, except date. 

1011. Half-dime, 1834. Similar to No. 1006, except date. 

1012. Half-dime, 1835. Similar to No. 1006, except date. 

1013. Half -dime, 1835. Similar to No. 1006, but with smaller 
figures in date. 

1014. Half-dime, 1836. Similar to No. 1013, except date. 

1015. Half-dime, 1837. Similar to No. 1013, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 75 

1016-17. Half-dime, 1837. OU. Liberty, wearing Greek 
chiton, with neck and arms bare, seated to right upon a 
rock, her head turned to left; she holds in left hand a 
pole surmounted by liberty cap, the right hand sup- 
porting the shield of the United States; on a scroll 
across the shield, liberty; below, 1 837. Bev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Within an olive wreath, 
HALF I DIME. Edge, reeded. (Obverse type is similar 
to the Dollar, No. 5Y().) Size, 10. 

1018. Half-dime, 1838. Similar to No. 1016, but with half | 
DIME 1 o I (NewOrleansMint)withinwreath on reverse. 

1019. Half -dime, 1838. Similar to No. 1016, but with thirteen 
stars on obverse and dated 1838. 

1020. Half-dime, 1839. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1021. Half-dime, 1840. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 
1022-3. Half -dime, 1841. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1024. Half-dime, 1842. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1025. Half -dime, 1843. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1026. Half-dime, 1844. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1027. Half-dime, 1845. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1028. Half-dime, 1846. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1029. Half -dime, 1847. Similar to No. 1 019, except date. 

1030. Half -dime, 1848. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1031. Half -dime, 1849. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1032. Half -dime, 1850. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1033. Half-dime, 1851. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1034. Half-dime, 1852. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1035. Half-dime, 1853. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1036. Half-dime, 1853. Similar to No. 1019, but with arrow- 
heads at sides of date. Size, 10; wt., 19.2. 

1037. Half-dime, 1854. Similar to No. 1036, except date. 

1038. Half-dime, 1855. Similar to No. 1086, except date. 

1039. Half-dime, 1856. Similar to No. 1019, except date, the 
arrow-heads of No. 1036 being omitted. 



76 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1040. Half-dime, 1867. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1041. Half-dime, 1858. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1042. Half-dime, 1859. Similar to No. 1019, except date. 

1043. Half-dime, 1860. Oho. UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. Liberty as No. 1016. ^<3?;. half | dime 
within wreath of oak and com. 

1044. Half -dime, 1861. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 
1046. Half-dime, 1862. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 

1046. Half-dime, 1863. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 

1047. Half-dime, 1864. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 

1048. Half-dime, 1866. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 

1049. Half-dime, 1866. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 

1050. Half-dime, 1867. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 

1051. Half-dime, 1868. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 
1062. Half-dime, 1869. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 
1053. Half-dime, 1870. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 

1064. Half-dime, 1871. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 

1065. Half-dime, 1872. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 

1066. Half-dime, 1873. Similar to No. 1043, except date. 



1067. Three-cents, 1851. Olv. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Shield of the United States on a six- 
pointed star; below, 1851. Rev. Roman numeral III 
within the letter C; around, thirteen stars. Edge, 
plain. Si^e, 9; wt, 11.52 grs.; PI. IV, 7. 

1058. Three-cents, 1852. Similar to No. 1057, except date. 

1059. Three-cents, 1863. Similar to No. 1057, except date. 

1060. Three-cents, 1854. Types similar to No. 1057, but larger 
star on obverse, and on reverse a sprig of olive above, 
and three arrows beneath, the numeral 1 1 1 within the 
letter C. 

1061-79. Three-cents, 1866-J873. Similar to No. 1060, ex- 
cept dates. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 77 

NICKEL. 

1080-1. Five-cents, 1866. Ohv. Garnished shield of the 
United States, with olive branch hanging from the top 
and down each side; back of the base, two arrows, 
crossed; above, IN GOD WE TRUST; below, 1866. 
Bev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Numerals 
within a circle of thirteen stars interspersed with thir- 
teen rays; below, CENTS. Edge, plain. Size, 13; 
PI. IV, 8. 

1082. Five-cents, 1867. Similar to No. 1080, except date. 

1083. Five-cents, 1867. Similar to No. 1080, but with numeral 
5 within a circle of thirteen stars. 

1084^99. Five-cents, 1868-1883. Similar to No. 1083, except 
date. 

1100. Five-cents, 1883. Olv. Head of Liberty to left, with 
fillet inscribed liberty, and with cotton bolls and 
wheat heads in hair; around, thirteen stars; below, 
1883. Rev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
Roman numeral V within wreath of cotton and corn; 
below, E PLURiBUS UNUM. Sizc, 14^. By C. E. 
Barber. 

1101. Five-cents, 1883. Similar to No. 1100 but with e pluri- 
BU8 UNUM above, and CENTS below the wreath. 

1102-28. Five-cents, 1884-1910. Similar to No. 1101, except 
dates. 



1129. Three-cents, 1866. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Head of Liberty to left, with diadem, 
on which is liberty. Rev. Roman numeral IH within 
an olive wreath. Edge, plain. Size, 11; PI. IV, 9. 

1130-63. Three-cents, 1866-1889. Similar to No. 1129, except 
dates. 

COPPER AND BRONZE. 



1164. Two cents, 1864. Ohv. Garnished shield of the United 
States over two arrows in saltire; olive branches hang 
from the top and down sides of the shield; on a scroll 
above, in god - we - trust; below, 1864. Rev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within a 
wreath of wheat, 2 | cents. Size, 14; PI. V, 13. 



78 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1166-63. Two cents, 1866-1873. Similar to No. 1154, except 
dates. 



1164. Cent, 1793. Olv. LIBERTY. Bust of Liberty to 
right, with loose, flowing hair; below, 1793. Rev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. A chain of 
fifteen links encircling one ] cent | x^t. Plain bor- 
ders. Edge partly reeded, partly adorned with a vine. 
Size, 18; PL V, 1. 

1164a. Cent, 1793. Similar to No. 1164, but reading UNITED 
STATES OF AMERI. on reverse. 

1166. Cent, 1793. Ohv, Similar to No. 1164, but bust is 
longer, and below, three olive leaves on a stem that 
is turned to right. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Within a wreath, one | cent; beneath 
the wreath, x^irj beaded borders. Size, 17i; PL V, 2. 

1166. Cent, 1793. Similar to No. 1165, but the stem of the 
olive twig is turned to left. Size, 17. 

1167. Cent, 1793. Ohv. LIBERTY. Bust of Liberty to right, 
a liberty pole surmounted by cap over left shoulder; 
below,1793. Rev. UN ITED STATES OF AM ERICA. 
Within an olive wreath, ONE | cent; below, yj^r; beaded 
borders. Edge, one hundred for a dollar. Size, 18. 

1168. Cent, 1794. Similar to No. 1167, except date. 

1169. Cent, 1796. Similar to No. 1167, except date. 

1170. Cent, 1796. Similar to No. 1167, but with a smaller and 
more compact wreath, reeded borders, and a plain edge. 
Size, 19. 

1171. Cent, 1796. Similar to No. 1170, except date. 

1172. Cent, 1796. Ohv. LIBERTY (the letter B over an H). 
Draped bust of Liberty to right, with long hair falling 
on neck and back and two side locks drawn back and 
tied with a ribbon; below, 1796. Rev. Similar to No. 
1167. PL V, 3. 

1173. Cent, 1797. Similar to No. 1172, but the word L I B E RTY 
written without error. 

1174. Cent, 1798. Similar to No. 1173, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 79 

1175. Cent, 1799. Similar to No. 1173, except date. 

1176. Cent, 1800. Similar to No. 1173, except date. 

1177. Cent, 1801. ' Similar to No. 1173, but reading UNITED 
in the legend on the reverse; and beneath the wreath, 

1178. Cent, 1802. Similar to No. 1173, except date. 
1179-80. Cent, 1803. Similar to No. 1173, except date. 

1181. Cent, 1804. Similar to No. 1173, except date. 

1182. Cent, 1805. Similar to No. 1173, except date. 

1183. Cent, 1806. Similar to No. 1173, except date. 
1184r-85. Cent, 1807. Similar to No. 1173, except date. 

1186-87. Cent, 1808. Olv. Around, ••••••• 

****** Bust of Liberty to left, with fillet 
inscribed liberty; below, 1808. Hev. UNITED. 
STATES OF AMERICA. Within a wreath of a 
single laurel branch, one | cent. Size, 18; PI. V, 4. 

1188. Cent, 1809. Similar to No. 1186, except date. 

1189. Cent, 1810. Similar to No. 1186, except date. 

1190. Cent, 1811. Similar to No. 1186, except date. 

1191. Cent, 1812. Similar to No. 1186, except date. 

1192. Cent, 1813. Similar to No. 1186, except date. 

1193. Cent, 1814. Similar to No. 1186, except date. 

1194. Cent, 1816. OTm. Around, * * * ********** 
Bust of Liberty to left, with hair knotted at back of 
head, and with fillet inscribed liberty; below, 1816. 
Rev. Similar to No. 1186. Size, 18; PI. V, 5. 

1195. Cent, 1817. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1196. Cent, 1817. Similar to No. 1194, but with fifteen stars 
on the obverse. 

1197. Cent, 1818. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1198. Cent, 1819. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1199. Cent, 1820. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1200. Cent, 1821. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 



80 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1201. Cent, 1822. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1202. Cent, 1823. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 
1203-4. Cent, 1824. Similar to Now 1194, except date. 
1205-6. Cent, 1825. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1207. Cent, 1826. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1208. Cent, 1827. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1209. Cent, 1828. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1210. Cent, 1829. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1211. Cent, 1830. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1212. Cent, 1831. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1213. Cent, 1832. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1214. Cent, 1833. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 
.1216. Cent, 1834. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1216. Cent, 1835. Similar to No. 1194, except date. 

1217. Cent, 1836. Similar to No. 1194, but the head of Lib- 
erty has been retouched, and slightly improved; the 
fillet in hair is broader than on earlier type. 

1218. Cent, 1837. Similar to No. 1217, except date. 

1219. Cent, 1838. Similar to No. 1217, except date. 

1220. Cent, 1839. Similar to No. 1217, except date. 

1221. Cent, 1840. Similar to No. 1217, but the head of Lib- 
erty is smaller, the neck is longer, and the lock of hair 
which is turned under the bust is brought further for- 
ward. Size, 18. 

1222. Cent, 1841. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1223. Cent, 1842. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1224. Cent, 1843. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 
1226. Cent, 1844. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1226. Cent, 1846. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1227. Cent, 1846. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1228. Cent, 1847. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1229. Cent, 1848. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 81 

1230. Cent, 1849. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1231. Cent, 1860. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 
1282. Cent, 1861. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1233. Cent, 1862. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1234. Cent, 1863. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 
1236. Cent, 1864. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1236. Cent, 1866. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1237. Cent, 1866. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

1238. Cent, 1867. Similar to No. 1221, except date. 

NICKEL — BRONZE . 

1239. Cent, 1867. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
An eagle flying to left; below, 1 857. Rev. one | cent | 
within a wreath of corn, wheat, and cotton. Size, 12; 
wt., 72grs. Pl.V, 6. 

1240. Cent, 1868. Similar to No. 1239, except date. 

1241. Cent, 1869. OU. UNITED STATES OF AMER- 

ICA. An Indian head to left, with feather bonnet, on 
band of which is liberty; below, 1859. Rem. one | 
cent I within an olive wreath. By Longacre. Size, 
12; PI. V, 7. 

1242. Cent, 1860. Obv. Similar to No. 1241. Rev. one | 
CENT I within an oak wreath, with three arrows in- 
serted under the ribbon that binds the two branches of 
the wreath; above, between the ends of the branches, 
shield of the United States. Size, 12. 

1243. Cent, 1861. Similar to No. 1242, except date. 

1244. Cent, 1862. Similar to No. 1242, except date. 
1246. Cent, 1863. Similar to No. 1242, except date. 

1246. Cent, 1864. Similar to No. 1242, except date. 

BRONZE. 

1247. Cent, 1864. Types similar to No. 1242, but thinner and 
lighter, and dated 1864. Wt., 48 grs. 

1666°— 12 6 



82 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1248-91. Cents, 1866-1908. Similar to No. 1247, except dates. 

1292. Cent, 1908. Similar to No. 1247, but beneath the wreath 

on reverse, letter S (San Francisco Mint), and dated 
1908. 

1293. Cent, 1909. Similar to No. 1247, except date. 

1294. Cent, 1909. Ohv. Bust of Abraham Lincoln to right; 
above, IN GOD WE TRUST; to left, liberty; to 
right, 1909. Rev. one | cent | united states | of 
AMERICA I between two wheat heads; above, E PLURI- 
BUS UNUM ;; below, on margin, v. d. b. (Victor D. 
Brenner). PI. V, 8. 

1296. Cent, 1909. Similar to No. 1294, but the letter S (San 
Francisco Mint) beneath date. 

1296. Cent, 1909. Similar to No. 1294, but initials v. d. b. 
omitted from reverse. 

1297. Cent, 1910. Similar to No. 1296, except date. 



1298. Half-cent, 1793. 6>J v. LIBERTY. Bust of Liberty to 
left, with long, loose hair; over right shoulder, pole sur- 
mounted by liberty cap; below, 1793. Rev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Within a wreath of olive, 
HALF I cent; below wreath, ^^q. Edge, two hun- 
dred FOR A DOLLAR. SizC, 14; PI. V, 9. 

1299. Half-cent, 1793. Sinoilar to No. 1298, except for minor 
variations in the wreath. 

1300. Half-cent, 1794. 6>&y. LIBERTY. Bust of Liberty to 
right, with long, loose hair; over left shoulder, pole sur- 
mounted by liberty cap; below, 1794, in large figures 
placed near bust. liev. Similar to No. 1298, but the 
wreath is larger, and less compact; the ends of the rib- 
bon uniting the branches are symmetrically arranged 
about the fraction ^^7. Edge as No. 1298. 

1301. Half -cent, 1794. Similar to No. 1300, but date is smaller 

and placed lower. 

1302. Half-cent, 1795. Similar to No. 1300, except date. 

1303. Half-cent, 1796. Similar to No. 1300, except date. 

1304. Half-cent, 1797. Similar to No. 1300, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 83 

1305. Half-cent, 1800. (9fe. LIBERTY. Draped bust of Lib- 

erty to right, with long, loose hair, two side locks 
drawn back and tied with a ribbon; below, 1800. Rev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within an olive 
wreath, half | cent, and -^ beneath the wreath. 
Size, 15; PI. V, 10. 

1306. Half -cent, 1802. Similar to No. 1305, but with 2 over 

in date. 

1307-8. Half-cent, 1803. Similar to No. 1805, except date. 

1309. Half-cent, 1804. Similar to No. 1305; the crossbar of 
the numeral 4 has a perpendicular finishing stroke, and 
the ends of the stems of the branches forming the 
wreath are omitted. 

1310. Half-cent, 1804. Similar to No. 1309, except date. 

1311. Half-cent, 1805. Similar to No. 1309, except date. 

1312. Half-cent, 1806. Similar to No. 1305, except date. 
1313-14. Half-cent, 1807. Similar to No. 1305, except date. 
1316. Half-cent, 1808. Similar to No. 1305, except date. 

1316. Half-cent, 1809. Obv. Around, ••••••• — •• 

* * * * Bust of Liberty to left, with a fillet inscribed 
liberty; below, 1809. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Within a wreath of a single laurel branch, 
half I CENT. Size, 15; PL V, 11. 

1317. Half-cent, 1810. Similar to No. 1316, except date. 

1318. Half-cent, 1811. Similar to No. 1316, except date. 

1319. Half-cent, 1825. Similar to No. 1316, except date. 

1320. Half -cent, 1826. Similar to No. 1316, except date. 

1321. Half-cent, 1828. Similar to No. 1316, except date. 

1322. Half-cent, 1829. Similar to No. 1316, except date. 

1323. Half-cent, 1831. Similar to No. 1316, but with beaded 

border, a higher milling, and smaller figures in the 
date. 

1324. Half-cent, 1832. Similar to No. 1323, except date. 

1325. Half-cent, 1833. Similar to No. 1323, except date. 

1326. Half-cent, 1834. Similar to No. 1323, except date. 



84 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, "AND MEDALS. 

1327. Half-cent, 1835. Similar to No. 1323, except date. 

1328. Half-cent, 1836. Similar to No. 1323, except date. 

1329. Half-cent, 1840. Obv, Around, ••••••••• 

* * * * Bust of Liberty to left, with hair knotted 
at back of head and with fillet inscribed liberty; be- 
low, 1840. R^. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
Within a wreath of a single laurel branch, half | cent. 
PL V, 12. 

1330. Half -cent, 1841. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1331. Half -cent, 1842. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1332. Half-cent, 1843. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1333. Half-cent, 1844. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1334. Half-cent, 1846. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1335. Half-cent, 1846. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1336. Half-cent, 1847. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1337. Half-cent, 1848. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1338. Half-cent, 1849. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1339. Half -cent, 1850. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1340. Half -cent, 1851. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1341. Half -cent, 1852. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1342. Half-cent, 1853. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1343. Half-cent, 1854. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1344. Half-cent, 1855. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 
1345-1346. Half -cent, 1856. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

1347. Half-cent, 1857. Similar to No. 1329, except date. 

PATTERNS. 

1348. AV. Five-eagles ($50.00), 1877. Obv. Head of Liberty 
to left, with beaded diadem inscribed liberty; a scroll 
and trefoil ornament runs along base of diadem; the 
hair, which is straight, in knot at back of head, with 
large locks falling down neck; around, thirteen stars; 
below, 1877. Beneath the head, B (William Barber). 
Rev. Similar to the Double eagle of 1849, No. 92, but 
reading FIFTY DOLLARS beneath the eagle on re- 
verse. Edge, reeded. Size, 32; wt. 1,287.9 grs. (nor- 
mal weight 1,290 grs.). PL VI, 1. Unique. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 85 

1349. AV. Five-eagles ($50.00), 1877. Similar to No. 1348, 
except that the head of Liberty is larger, the hair is 
wavy, and the diadem is plain. Wt., 1,289.9 grs. 
Unique. 

1350. AE. Five-eagles ($50.00), 1877. Similar to No. 1348. 



1351. AV. Douhle-eagle, 1860. Similar to No. 92, the Double 
eagle of 1849, but the oval of stars above the eagle on 
reverse is lower and does not touch the rays. 

1352. AV. Double-eagle, 1865. Similar to No. 92, but within 
the oval of stars on reverse, in god we | trust. 

1353. AE. DoTible-eagle, 1872. Olv. Head of Liberty to left, 
with long loose hair falling below neck, and with lib- 
erty cap, on the band of which, liberty; around, 

• ••••••*•••••; below, 1872. ,Rev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle with 
wings displayed inverted, the head turned to left, with 
three arrows in right claw, the left upraised and grasp- 
ing shield of the United States, across which falls a 
scroll inscribed in god we trust; below, TWENTY 
DOL. Edge, reeded. Size, 21i. By W. Barber. 
Nos. 1353, 1364, 1378, 1390, 1391, and 1396 form a 
series with identical types. 

1354. AE. Double-eagle, 1879. Olv. Head of Liberty similar 
to No, 92, the Double eagle of 1849; around, * 30 

• G. • 1.5 • S. • 3.5 • C • 35 • G • R * A-A- 
IVI • S *; below, 1879. Rev. Similar to No. 92, but 
with DEO est I GLORIA in the oval of stars above the 
eagle, and below the eagle reading, TWENTY DOL- 
LARS. Edge, reeded. Size, 22. Longacre. 

1355. AV. Double-eagle, 1906. Ohv. Draped bust of Liberty 

to left, with liberty cap, on the band of which is lib- 
erty; over the cap, branch of olive; around, thirteen 
stars; below, 1906. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AM ERICA. Columbia, standing, with head turned to 
left, holding liberty pole in left hand, the right resting 
upon a sword; behind, an eagle standing to right, with 
wings upraised; about head of Columbia, rays through 
which runs the motto in god we trust. Edge, 
e*p*l*u*r*i*b*u*s-A'U*n*u*m*. 
By C. E. Barber. PI. VI, 3. 



86 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1356. AV. Double-eagle, 1907. Legends and types similar to 
No. 151, but the types are in very high relief, the field 
is concave, and without a raised border. 

1367-68. AV. Double-eagle, 1907. As last, but size 17, the 
module of the Eagle. The only specimens of this 
pattern. PI. VI, 2. 



1369. AE. Eagle, 1862. Types similar to No. 168, the Eagle 
then coined, but above the eagle on reverse, god our 

TRUST. 

1360-61. AE. Eagle, 1862. Types as last, but the motto god 
OUR TRUST is on a scroll. Size, 17. 

1362. AV. Eagle, 1865. Types similar to last, but the scroll 
has two folds and the motto reads in god - we - trust. 

1363. 'AI. Eagle, 1868. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, with 

diadem inscribed liberty; around, thirteen stars; below, 
1868. ^(?y. Sipiilar to last. 

1364. AE. Eagle, 1872. Similar to No. 1353, pattern of Double 
eagle of same year. 

1365. AE. Eagle, 1874. Proposed international coin. Obv. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Head of Liberty 
to left, with a coronet adorned with five stars and a 
jewel in front; on the coronet, liberty; the hair is wavy 
and in flat knot at back of head; an olive branch across 
the shoulder; below, 1874. R&o, In six compartments 
surrounded by rope, the value in six national units: 



DOLLARS 


STERTJNG 


MARKEN 


KRONEN 


GLXDEN 


' 10 


£2.1.1 


41.99 


37.31 


20.73 


FRANCS 










51.81 


5 









in the center, 16.72 | grams ] 900 fine [ ubiqde. Edge, 
plain. Size, 22. By W. Barber. PI. VH, 5. 

1366. AE. Eagle, 1877. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, with 
liberty cap, on the band of which is liberty; around, 
E PLURIBUS UN UM; beneath, 1877. Rev. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with 
wings displayed erect, an olive branch in the right claw 
and three arrows in left; above, 3ftt (Snh tnf trust; 
below, TEN DOL. Beaded borders. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 17. By Morgan. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 87 

1367-8. AE. Eagle, 1878. Similar to last. 

1369. AE. Eagle, 1878. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, with 
liberty cap, on the broad band of which is liberty; 
wheat heads over top of cap; around, ******* 
IN GOD WE TRUST ******; below, 1878. 
Rev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, 
with wings displayed erect, the left wing thrown 
out farther than the right; olive branch in right, and 
arrows in left, claw; above, e pluribus unum; below, 
*TEN DOLLARS.* Edge, reeded. W.Barber. 

1370-1. AV. Eagle, 1907. Legends and types similar to the 
Eagle, No. 238, but the border is not raised, and dots 
between the words of the inscriptions and at the begin- 
ning of the same. First impressions of the dies. By 
Saint-Gaudens. PI. VI, 4. 

1372-3. AV. Eagle, 1907. Similar to last, but with a narrow 
raised border. 



1374. AE. Half-eagle, 1860. Ohv. Bust of Liberty to right, 

with liberty cap; on forehead, three stars; across 
shoulder, a ribbon inscribed liberty; around, thirteen 
stars; below, 1860. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AM ERICA. An eagle with wings displayed erect; on 
breast, shield of the U. S.; an olive branch in right 
claw and three arrows in the left; in beak, a scroll in- 
scribed e pluribus unum; below, FIVE DOLLARS. 
Edge, reeded. Size, 17i. 

1375. AV. Half-eagle, 1865. Similar to the Eagle, No. 168, 

but on a scroll above eagle on reverse, m god - we - 

TRUST. 

1376-7. AI. Half-eagle (5 Dollars, cr 25 Francs), 1868. Ohv. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Bust of Liberty 
to left, with fillet inscribed liberty; below, 1 868. Rev. 
Within a wreath of laurel and oak, 5 | dollars | 25 ( 
FRANCS. Edge, plain. Size, 17. By Paquet. 

1378. AE. Half -eagle, 1872. Legends and types similar to No. 
1353, but reading FIVE DOL. beneath the eagle on re- 
verse. Edge, reeded. Size, 14. 



88 OATALOGTJB OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1379-80. AE. Hall-eaglei 1878. Similar to the Eagle pattern 
of 1877, No. 1366, but reading FIVE DOL. beneath 
the eagle on reverse. Size, 14. By Morgan. 

1381-2. AE. Half-eagle, 1878. Types similar to No. 1369, 
but with the motto e pluribus | unum in two lines 
above the eagle, and reading FIVE DOLLARS beneath 
eagle. Edge, reeded. Size, 14. 

1383-4. AE. Half-eagle, 1878. Obv. Head of Liberty to left, 
with fillet inscribed libeett; her hair falls in ring- 
lets on neck; around, E PLURIBUS UNUM; below, 
1878. Ren. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An 
eagle, with wings displayed inverted, grasping olive 
branch in right claw and in left three arrows that 
extendpastthe wing; below, FIVE DOLLARS. Edge, 
reeded. Size, 1 6. By W. Barber. 

1385-6. AE. Half-eagle, 1878. Obv. Head of Liberty to left, 
with double fillet, the forward one inscribed lib- 
erty; around, E PLURIBUS UNUM; below, 1878. 
Reo. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, 
with wings displayed inverted, grasping olive branch 
in right and three short arrows in left claw; below, 
FIVE DOLLARS. Edge, reeded. Size, 16. By 
Morgan. 

1387-8. AE. Half-eagle, 1878. Similar to the last, but in 
curved line round over the eagle, in god we trust; 
and reading FIVE DOL. below eagle. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 16. 



1389. AV. ••Stella" ($4.00), 1879. Ohc. Head of Liberty to 
left, with fillet inscribed liberty; the hair falls in 
ringlets on neck; around, *6*G*.3*S*.7-*- 
C*7 •G^R^A^M^S*; below, 1879. Reu. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. A five-pointed 
star, on which one | stella | 400 | cents; above (curved 
line), e PLURIBUS unum; beneath star (curved line), 
DEO EST gloria; bclow, FOUR DOL. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 14. By C. E. Barber. PI. VI, 5. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. . 89 

1390. AE. Three-dollars, 1872. Legends and types similar to 
No. 1363, but reading THREEDOL. beneath the eagle 
on reverse. Edge, reeded. Size, 13. 



1391. AE. Quarter-eagle ($2.60), 1872. Legends and types 
similar to No. 1353, but reading 2V2 DOL. beneath 

. the eagle on reverse. Edge, reeded. Size, 11^. 

1392. AE. Quarter-eagle ($2.50), 1878. Legends and types 
similar to No. 1385, but reading 2V2 DOLLARS be- 
neath the eagle on reverse. Edge, reeded. Size, 13. 



1393. AV. Dollar, 1836. Ohv. A liberty cap in a glory; the 
band of the cap inscribed liberty. Bev. UNITED 
STATES OF AM ERICA. Within a palm wreath, 1 | D. 
Edge, plain. Size, 10. PI. VI, 6. 

1394. AV. Dollar, 1860. "Ring dollar." Ohv. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA and olive branches, round a 
large central hole. ^e-y. Plain. Borders beaded. Edge, 
reeded. Size, 11; wt., 26.3 grs. 

1395. AR. Dollar, 1852. "Ring dollar." Ohv. UNITED 

STATES OF AMERICA 1852. A scroll ornament 
about a central hole. Eev. DOLLAR; below, wreath. 
Size, lOi. 

1396. AE. Dollar, 1872. Legends and types similar to No. 

1353, but reading ONE DOL. beneath the eagle on re- 
verse. Edge, reeded. Size, 10. 



1397. AV. Half-dollar, 1850. "Ring" piece. Similar to No. 
1394. Size, 9i; wt.', 13 grs. 



SILVER. 



1398. AR. Dollar, 1836. Ohv. Liberty, wearmg a Greek 
chiton, the neck and arms bare, seated to right upon a 
rock, her head turned to left; she holds pole sur- 
mounted by liberty cap in left hand, her right support- 



90 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

ing shield of the U. S., across which falls a scroll in- 
scribed liberty; beneath the seat, gobrecht; below, 
1836. Rev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An 
eagle flying to left; in field, twenty-six stars of varying 
sizes; below, ONE DOLLAR. Edge, plain. Size, 24. 
By Gobrecht. PI. VII, 1. 

1399. AB. Dollar, 1838. Ohv. Similar to No. 1398, but thir- 
teen stars around, and engraver's name omitted. Rev. 
Flying eagle as No. 1395, but no stars in field. Edge, 
reeded. 

1400. AE. Dollar, 1839. Similar to No. 1399, except date. 

1401. AK. Dollar, 1865. Types similar to No. 570, the Dollar 
then coined, but on a scroll above the eagle on reverse, 

IN GOD - WE - TRUST. 

1402. AR. Dollar, 1870. Ohv. An Indian woman, wearing a 
feather bonnet, seated to left on a globe; she holds lib- 
erty pole surmounted by cap in right hand, the left rest- 
ing on the globe, whidb is inscribed liberty; to right, 
two flags; around, thirteen stars; below, 1870. Rev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle with 
wings displayed, as No. 570; above, on a scroll, in 
GOD - we - TRUST. Design in very high relief. Edge, 
reeded. By Longacre. 

1403. AR. Dollar, 1870. Ohv. Liberty, wearing Greek chiton, 
seated to left, her right hand supporting shield of U. S., 
and holding a ribbon inscribed liberty; in the left, 
an olive branch; in background stands a liberty pole 
surmounted by cap; around, thirteen stars; below, 1 870. 
Reo. As No. 1402. Edge, reeded. By W. Barber. 
Nos. 1403, 1462, 1486, 1510, and 1519 form a series 
with identical types except reverses of Dime and Half- 
dime. , 

1404. AR. Dollar, 1871. Ohv. Similar to No. 1402. Retu 

1 I DOLLAR within a wreath of corn and cotton; 
above, standard. Edge, reeded. By Longacre. PI. 
VII, 2. Nos. 1404, 1463, 1487, 1511, and 1520 form a 
series with identical types except reverses of Dime and 
Half -dime. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 91 

1405. AE. Dollar, 1872. Commercial dollar. Ohv. Similar to 

No. 1402, but the relief of the type is lower. B&v.- 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within an olive 
wreath, commercial | dollar | 420 grains | 900 fine; 
on a libbon uniting the branches, god — our — trust. 
Edge, reeded. 

Nos. llfiB to lli.16 are patterns svhmitted for the Trade dollar^ 

1873. 

1406. AE. I. Dollar, 1873. Ohv. Similar to No. 1402, but with 
type in lower relief. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. A small eagle, wings displayed inverted, 
the head turned to right; in right claw, three arrows, 
and an olive branch in the left; above, on a scroll, 

E I PLURIBUS I UNUM; bcloW, 420 GRAINS | 900 FINE, 

beneath which is a scroll inscribed in god - we - trust; 
below, •TRADE DOLLAR *. Edge, reeded. By 
Longacre. 

1407. AE. Dollar, 1873. Similar to No. 1406. 

1408. AR. II. Dollar, 1873.- Obv. Liberty, wearing Greek 
chiton, with beaded diadem, seated to left upon a globe 
on which is liberty, holding liberty pole in right 
hand, her left resting upon the globe; at her feet, to left, 
bale of goods; behind, plow and sheaf of grain; around, 
above, thirteen stars; beneath, 1873. Rev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with wings dis- 
played inverted, grasping in right claw three long ar- 
rows which project past the wing, the left upraised and 
holding a shield of the U. S. , across which falls a ribbon 
inscribed in god we trust ; in beak of eagle, a scroll 
inscribed e pluribus unum; beneath, 420 grains 900 
FINE, and below, on margin, * TRADE DOLLAR *. 
Edge, reeded. By W. Barber. 

1409. AE. Dollar, 1873. Similar to No. 1408. 

1410. AR. III. Dollar, 1873. Ohv. Head of Liberty, to left, 

with beaded diadem, on which is liberty; the hair in 
a knot at back of head and secured by a comb; around, 
above, thirteen stars; below, 1873. Rev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Within an olive wreath, 

trade I dollar I I 420 GRAINS | 900 FINE*. OVer 



92 CATALOGUE OF (X)INS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

the stems of the branches forming the wreath, a ribbon 
inscribed in god - we - trust. Edge, reeded. By 
W. Barber. 

1411. AE. Dollar, 1873. Similar to No. 1410. 

1412. AR. IV. Dollar, 1873. Obv. Liberty, with diadem, 
wearing Greek chiton, seated to left on a bale of 
goods by the sea; in right hand she extends an olive 
branch, her left, which hangs by her side, holds a scroll 
inscribed liberty; behind, a sheaf of grain; beneath, 
on a scroll, in god we trust; around, above, thirteen 
stars; below, 1873. R&ti. UNITED STATES OF 
AM ERICA. An eagle with wings displayed inverted, 
the head turned to left, grasping olive branch in right 
claw, three long arrows in left; in beak, a scroll in- 
scribed E PLURiBUS - unum; beneath, 420 grains. 900 
fine; below, on margin, TRADE DOLLAR. Edge, 
reeded. By W. Barber. 

1413. AE. Dollar, 1873. Similar to No. 1412. 

1414. AE. V. Dollar, 1873. Oh). Liberty, wearing Greek 
chiton, seated to left on a globe, on which is liberty; 
to left, an olive branch upon bales of goods; to right, 
sheaf of grain; around, thirteen stars; below, 1873. 
:ff^. UNITED STATES OF AM ERICA. Asmall eagle, 
rising, with olive branch in right claw and arrows in 
left, upon a shield of the U. S.; above, e pluribus 
unum; beneath eagle, a scroll inscribed in god we 
trust; below the scroll, 420 grains | 900 fine; beneath, 
on margin, •TRADE DOLLAR •. By Bailly. 

1416. AE. Dollar, 1873. Similar to No. 1414. 

1416. AR. VI. Dollar, 1873. Ohv. Female head to left, with 
hair in tight flat knot at back of head; in hair a chap- 
let of ivy, and star on forehead; around, above, thir- 
teen stars; below, 1873. Reo. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Eagle as No. 1408; above, e pluribus 
unum; beneath, 420 grains 900 fine; below, on margin, 
• TRADE DOLLAR •. Edge, reeded. By 
Bailly & Barber. 

1417. AE. Dollar, 1873. Similar to No. 1416. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 93 

JVos. I4J8 to I4S6 are patterns submitted for a new coinage of 
the silver Dollar which appeared in 1878. 

1418. AR. Dollar, 1878. Ohv. iriririricicir IN GOD WE 
TRUST ••••••. Head of Liberty to left, with 
beaded diadem inscribed liberty; below, 1878. Jiev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with 
wings displayed inverted, the head turned to left; in 
right claw, olive branch, in left, three arrows; above, 
in curved line over the eagle, t plurthuH ttnum ; below, 

• ONE DOLLAR •. Edge, reeded. By VVm. Barber. 
PI. VII, 3. 

1419-20. AE. Dollar, 1878. Similar to No. 1418. 

1421. AR. Dollar, 1878. Types similar to No. 611, except that 
the olive branch in right claw of the eagle has but 
three leaves. By Morgan. 

1422-3. AE. Dollar, 1878. As No. 1421. Edge, reeded. 

1424-5. AR. Dollar, 1878. "Goloid dollar." Ohv. • • • • 

• * • E PLURIBUS UNUM •*••••. Head 
of Liberty to left, with liberty cap, on the broad band 
of which is libeety; cotton bolls and wheat heads are 
inserted under the band; below, 1878. liev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Within a circle of stars, 

GOLOID I 1 - G I 24 - S. I .9 FINE [ — | 258 GRS. | ; be- 

low, ONE DOLLAR. Beaded borders. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 21. By W. Barber. PI. VH, 4. 

1426. AR. Dollar, 1878. Obv. -Siimlar to No. 1424. Hev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within a circle 
of stars, GOLOID. | metric. | 1 - g. | 16.1 - s. | 1.9 - c. ] 
GRAMS 14.25 I ; below, 100 CENTS. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 21. By W. Barber. 

1427. AE. Dollar, 1878. Obv. Similar to No. 1424. Bev. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within a wreath, 

GOLOID 1 — • — I 1 GOLD. | 24 SILVER. | .9 FINE. | 258 

GRS. I ; below, •ONE DOLLAR*. Edge, reeded. 
By W. Barber. 

1428. AR. Dollar, 1879. Obv. Similar to No. 1424. Bev. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within a circle 



94 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

of stars, 15.3 - G. I 236.7 - 8. | 28 - C. | 14 GBAM8 | ; 

without the circle of stars, above, goloid metric dol- 
lar; below, DEO EST GLORIA | *1 00 CENTS*. Edge, 
reeded. Size, 21. By W. Barber. 

1429. Dollar, 1879. Obv. Head of Liberty to left, with fillet 
inscribed liberty; around ******* IN GOD 
WE TRUST ******; below, 1879. Re^. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle with 
wings displayed inverted, the head turned to left, olive 
branch in right claw and three arrows in the left; 
above, e pluribus unum; the whole within an olive 
wreath; below, ONE DOLLAR. Edge, reeded. By 
W. Barber. 

1430. AK. Dollar, 1379. Oho. Head of Liberty to left, with 
fillet inscribed liberty; the hair falls on neck and is 
tied back by a ribbon; necklace of pearls; around, * * 
E PLURI BUS******* U N U M ****; 
below, 1879. ^^. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
An eagle, with wings upraised, standing to left upon 
a tablet flanked with (left) olive and (right) arrows; 
on the tablet, in . god . | we . trust; below, ONE 
DOLLAR. Edge, reeded. By Morgan. PI. VH, 6. 

1431. AR. Dollar, 1879. Obv. Similar to No. 611. Beo. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with 
wings displayed inverted, the head turned to left, an 
olive branch in right claw and three arrows in the left; 
below, ONE DOLLAR. Edge, reeded. By Morgan 
and Barber. 

1432. AE. Dollar, 1879. Similar to No. 1431, but in curved line 
round over the eagle, in god we trust. 

1433. AK. Dollar, 1879. Ohv. Similar to No. 611. Reo. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with 
wings displayed inverted, the head turned to left, a 
long olive branch in right claw and three long arrows 
•in the left; above, e pluribus unum; below, * ONE 
DOLLAR *. Edge, reeded. By Morgan. 

1434. AR. Dollar, 1879. Similar to No. 611. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 95 

1436. AR. Dollar, 1879. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, with 
fillet inscribed liberty; wheat heads inserted under 
the fillet; hair is wavy and in loose knot on back of 
head; around, •••••••IN GOD WE TRUST 

• ••••• ; below, 1879. Rev. UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. An eagle with wings displayed in- 
verted, the head turned to left, a long olive branch in 
right claw, and three long arrows in left; the left wing 
higher than right, and latter extends to border; above, 
round eagle, E pluribus unum. Below, ONE DOL- 
LAR. By C. E. Barber. 

1436. AE. Dollar, 1879. Obv. Head of Liberty to left, 
with beaded diadem inscribed liberty; around, 

• •••••• E PLURIBUS UNUM ••••••; 
below, 1879. Reo. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
Within a wreath of wheat, corn, and cotton, a beaded 
circle inclosing, 895.8 s. | 4.2 - g. | 100 - c 1 (curved) 25 
GRAMS I ; above, on a tablet, dec est gloria; below, 
ONEDOLLAR. Edge, reeded. By W . Barber. 

1437. AH. Dollar, 1882. Ohv. Head of Liberty to right, with 
a fillet inscribed liberty; the hair drawn forward 
tightly on top of head, and falls loosely on neck; an ear- 
ring with small shield of U. S. as pendant; around, 

• ••••• E. PLURIBUS. UNUM •••••••; 
below,1882. Rero. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
An eagle rising to right, olive branch in right claw 
and three arrows in the left; below, •ONE DOLLAR.^ 
Edge, reeded. By Morgan. 

1438. AH. Dollar, 1885. Similar to No. 611. Edge, e • pluri- 
bus^unum •••••••••••. By Morgan. 



1439. Platinum. Half-dollar, 1814. Legends and types similar 
to No. 660, the Half dollar of 1807, except date. 

1440. AR. Half-dollar, 1838. Similar to No. 1398, but reading 

HALF DOLLAR beneath the eagle on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. Size, 19. 



96 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1441. AE. Half-dollar, 1838. Oh). Similar to No. 1398. Reo, 
An eagle, with wings displayed, the head turned to 
right; an olive branch in right claw and four arrows 
in the left; below, HALF DOLLAR. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 19. 

1442. AR. Half-dollar, 1838. Obv. Draped bust of Liberty 
to left, with diadem, and a ribbon in hair inscribed 
lebertt; around, thirteen stars; below, 1838. Bev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with 
wings displayed inverted, the head turned to left; on 
breast, shield of U. S. ; olive branch in right claw and 
three arrows in the left; below, HALF DOL. Edge, 
reeded. 

1443. AR. Half-dollar, 1839. Obv. Bust of Liberty to right, 
with diadem inscribed LiBERTr; hair knotted at back 
of head with lock falling on the shoulder; around, 
thirteen stars; below, 1839. Rev. Similar to No. 1442. 
Edge, reeded. 

1444-6. AE. Half-dollar, 1869. Ohv. Liberty, with Greek 
chiton, seated to left; her right hand resting on con- 
sular fasces, the left upon the shield of the U. S.; 
around, thirteen stars; below, 1859. Rev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with wings dis- 
played inverted, the head turned to left; on breast, the 
shield of the U. S.; olive branch in right claw and 
three arrows in the left; in beak, a scroll inscribed 
E PLURiBUS unum; below, HALF DOLLAR. Edge, 
reeded. 

1446-7. AR. Half-dollar, 1859. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA Bust of Liberty to right, with chaplet 
of oak leaves ; about neck and shoulders, a ribbon in- 
scribed liberty; below, 1859. ^ez;. 1/2 | dollar | 
within a wreath of oak and corn. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 19i. 

1448. AR. Half-dollar, 1859. 6>&v. Similar to No. 1446. Rev. 
60 I CENTS within a wreath of oak and corn. Edge, 
reeded. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 97 

1449. AR. Half-dollar, 1859. Similar to No. 1448, but reading 
HALF I DOLLAR within the wreath on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. 

1450. AR. Half-dollar, 1862. Types similar to No. 570— the 
seated Liberty and eagle — but above the eagle on 
reverse, god our trust. Edge, reeded. 

1461. AR. Half-dollar, 1862. Similar to last, but the motto 
is on a scroll. 

1452. AR. Half-dollar, 1865. As No. 696, but on a scroll 
above the eagle on reverse, in god - we - trust. 

1453. AR. Half-dollar, 1869. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. Draped bust of Liberty to right, with 
fillet inscribed liberty; a star on forehead, the hair 
falling in heavy locks on neck; beneath, on a scroll, 
IN GOD WE TRUST. Bev. STANDARD SILVER. 
Within a wreath of oak and olive, 50 | cents; below, 
1869. Edge, reeded. By W. Barber. 

1464. AR. Half-dollar, 1869. As last, but edge plain. 

1465. AR. Half-dollar, 1869. Similar to No. 1453, but Liberty 
has a plain diadem instead of the star on forehead. 
Edge, reeded. Size, 18. W. Barber. 

1456. Ail. Half-dollar, 1869. As last, but edge plain. 

1467. AR. Half-dollar, 1869. Ob'o. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Draped bust of Liberty to right, with 
Phrygian cap and two stars on forehead; front hair 
thrown back over edge of the cap; two large curls 
hang down the back and third curl is brought forward 
over right shoulder; over the hair and neck, a ribbon 
inscribed liberty, and on a fold of the ribbon, B 
(Barber); beneath, a scroll inscribed in god we trust. 
Bev. STANDARD SILVER. Within a wreath of oak 
and olive, 50 | cents; below, 1869. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 18. By W. Barber. 

1458. AR. Half-dollar, 1869. As last, but edge plain. 

1666°— 12 7 



98 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1469. AE. Half-dollar, 1870. Ohv. Similar to No. 1453. Rev. 
50 ! CENTS I 1870 | within a wreath of wheat, corn, and 
cotton ; above, STANDARD. Edge, reeded. Size, 18i. 
By W. Barber. 

1460. AE. Half-dollar, 1870. Ohv. Similar to No. 1455. Rev. 
As No. 1459. Edge, reeded. 

1461. AR. Half-dollar, 1870. Ohv. SimilartoNo. 1457. Rev. 
As No. 1459. Edge, reeded. By W. Barber. 

1462. AE. Half-dollar, 1870. Similar to No. 1403, but reading 

HALF DOL beneath the eagle on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. 

1463. AE. Half-dollar, 1871. Similar to No. 1404, but reading 
50 I CENTS within the wreath on reverse. Edge, reeded. 
Size, ISi. 

1464. AE. Half-dollar, 1879. Ohv. Similar to No. 611, but 
around, • E PLURIBUS ••*••••• UNUM 

• ••• 1879. Reo. Similar to No. 1432, but with 
the motto in god we trust in a curved line beneath 
the eagle; betow, HALF DOLLAR. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 19^. By Morgan and W. Barber. 

1465. AE. Half-dollar, 1879. Ohv. Head similar to No. 611, 
but around, ir ir -k ir ir -k ir E PLURIBUS UNUM 

• ••••• 1 879. Rev. Similar to No. 1464. By 
Morgan and Barber. 

1466. AE. Half-dollar, 1879. Similar to No. 1435, but reading 

HALF DOLLAR beneath the eagle on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. 

1467. AE. Half-dollar, 1882. Similar to No. 1437, but reading 

HALF DOLLAR on the reverse. Edge, reeded. 

1468. AE. Half-dollar, 1891. Pattern of the Half dollar of 
1892, No. 754. By C. E. Barber. 

1469. AE. Half-dollar, 1891. Similar to the last, but with an 
arch of clouds above the eagle on reverse. Edge, reeded. 

1470-1. AE. Half-dollar, 1891. Similar to No. 1469, but 
type of reverse is smaller, the olive branch has a 
secondary branch, and the motto on the scroll in beak 
of eagle is disposed: e plu - ribus unum. Edge, 
reeded. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 99 

1472-3. AR. Half-dollar, 1891. Ohv. Similar to No. 754, the 
Half dollar of 1892. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Within an oak wreath, a device similar to 
No. 1470, except that the olive branch is single. Edge, 
reeded. 

1474-5. AR. Half-dollar, 1892. Ohv. •••• L*I*B* 
E*R*T*Y *** . Columbia, standing, with a 
large eagle standing to right behind her, as No. 1355; 
below, 1 891 . Rev, Similar to No. 1472, but the eagle 
is smaller and there are rajs above the arch of clouds. 
By C. E. Barber. 

1476. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1865. Similar to No. 802, but above 

eagle on reverse, in god - we - trust, and dated 1865. 

1477. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1869. Legends and types similar to 
No. 1453, but reading 25 ! cents | within the wreath on 
reverse. Edge, reeded. Size, 14. 

1478. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1869. Similar to No. 1477, but with 

plain edge. 

1479. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1869. Similar to No. 1455, but 
reading 25 | cents | within wreath on reverse. 

1480. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1869. Similar to No. 1479, but with 

plain edge. 

1481. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1869. Types and legends similar to 

No. 1457, but reading 25 | cents | within wreath on 
reverse. Edge, reeded. 

1482. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1869. Similar to No. 1481, but with 
plain edge. 

1483. AR. Quarter-dollar. 1870. Similar to No. 1459, but read- 
ing 25 I CENTS I 1870 I within wreath on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. Size, \^k. 

1484. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1870. Similar to No. 1460, but read- 

ing 25 I CENTS I 1870 I within wreath on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. Size, 14^. 

1485. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1870. Similar to No. 1461, but read- 
ing 25 1 CENTS I 1870 I within the wreath on reverse. 



100 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1486. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1870. Similar to No. 1403, but read- 
ing QUAR. DOL on reverse. 

1487. AE. Quarter-dollar, 1871. Similar to No. 1404, but read- 

ing 25 I CENTS I within the wreath on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. Size, 14i. 

1488. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1879. Obv. Similar to No. 1430. 
Reo. Similar to No. 1464, but reading QUARTER 
DO LLA R beneath the eagle on reverse. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 15. 

1489. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1879. Legends and types similar to 
No. 1435, but reading QUAR. DOLLAR beneath the 
eagle on reverse. Edge, reeded. 

1490. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1882. Similar to No. 1437, but read 
ing QUARTER DOLLAR on reverse. 

1491-2. AR. Quarter-dollar, 1891. Legends and types similar 
to No. 1469, but reading QUARTER DOLLAR beneath 
eagle on reverse. Edge, reeded. 



1493. AR. Twenty-cents, 1874. Obv. Similar to No. 1414. 
R&o. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle 
with wings displayed inverted, the head turned to 
right, three arrows in right claw and an olive branch 
in the left; below, TWENTY CENTS. Edge, plain. 
Size, 14. 

1494. AE. Dime, 1792. OU. LIBERTY PARENT OF 
SCIENCE &. INDUS. Bust of Liberty, with loose 
hair, to left; below, 1792. Rev, UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA.. An eagle flying to left; below, 
DISME. Size, 14i. 

1496-6. AR. Dime, 1863. Obv. EXCHANGE FOR— U. S. 
NOTES. Shield of the United States on two arrows 
in saltire, within laurel wreath. Rev. POSTAGE 
CURRENCY— ACT JULY 1862. In field, lo | cents | 
1863. Edge, plain. Size, 11. 

1496-7. AL. Dime, 1863. Legends and types similar to No. 
1495. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. lOl 

1498. AE. Dime, 1863. Similar to No. 1495. 

1498-9. AI. Dime, 1868. Ohv. Similar to No. 1495, but read- 
ing EXCHANGED, etc. Rev. * | one | dime 1 1868 | 
within a wreath of oak and corn. By Longacre. 

1500. AE. Dime, 1868. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, with a 
diadem inscribed libekty; around, thirteen stars, and 
date below, the head. Rev. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Within an olive wreath, ten | cents. 
Edge, plain. Size, 17. By Longacre. 

1501. AR. Dime, 1869. Types and legends similar to No. 

1453, but reading 10 | cents within wreath on reverse. 
Edge, reeded. Size, lOi. 

1602. AE. Dime, 1869. Similar to No. 1501, but with plain 
edge. 

1503. AR. Dime, 1869. Similar to No. 1455, but reading 10 [ 
.cents I within wreath on reverse. Edge, reeded. 

1604. AR. Dime, 1869. Sunilar to No. 1503, but with plain 
edge. 

1505. AR. Dime, 1869. Similar to No. 1457, but reading 10 | 

cents I within wreath on reverse. Edge, reeded. 

1506. AR. Dime, 1869. Similar to No. 1505, but with plain 
edge. 

1607. AR. Dime, 1870. Similar to No. 1459, but reading 10 | 
CENTS I within wreath on reverse. Edge, reeded. Size, 
lOi. 

1508. AR. Dime, 1870. Similar to No. 1460, but reading 10 | 
CENTS I 1870 I within wreath on reverse. 

1509. AR. Dime, 1870. Similar to No. 1461, but reading 10 | 
CENTS I 1870 ! within wreath on reverse. Edge, reeded. 
Size, lOi. 

1610. AR. Dime, 1870. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. Type of Liberty as on No. 1403. Rev. 
ONE I DIME I within wreath of oak and corn. Edge, 
reeded. Size, 11|. 

1511. AR. Dime, 1871. Similar to No. 1404, but reading 10 | 
CENTS I within wreath on reverse. Edge, reeded. Size, 
lU. 



102 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1512-13. AR. Dime, 1879. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Head of Liberty as on No. 611; below, 
1879. Rev. Within a beaded circle, one j dime; above, 
E PLURiBUS UNUM in curvcd line and below, thirteen 
stars; on border, corn and cotton. Edge, reeded. 
Size, Hi. By Morgan. 

1514. AR. Dime, 1879. Obv. UNITED STATES OF AMER- 
ICA. Head of Liberty similar to No. 1435; below, 
1 879. Rev. Within a wreath of wheat, corn and cot- 
ton, a beaded circle inclosing one | dime; above, a 
tablet with e plukibus unum. Edge, reeded. Size, 
lU. 

1515-16. AR. Dime, 1891. Olv. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Head of Liberty similar to No. 754; be- 
low, 1 892. Rev. one | dime within a wreath of corn 
and wheat. Size, Hi. Pattern of 1892 Dime. 



1617. AR. Half-disme, 1792. Ohv. LIB. PAR. OF SCIENCE 
&. INDUSTRY. Bust of Liberty, with short, loose 
hair, to left; below, 1792. Reo. UNI. STATES OF 
AMERICA. Eagle flying; below, half | disme | *. 
Edge, reeded. Size, 11. 

1518. AE. Half-disme, 1794. 6>Jv. LIBERTY. Bust of Lib- 
erty with loose hair, to right; below, 1794. Rev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, with 
wings displayed, head turned to right; below, half | 
DISME. Size, lOi. 

1519. AR. Half-dime, 1870. Similar to No. 1510, but reading 
HALF I DIME | within wreath on reverse. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 91 . 

1520. AR. Five-cents, 1871. Similar to No. 1404, but reading 
5 I CENTS I within wreath on reverse. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 91. 



1621. AE. Five-cents, 1866. Ohv. Garnished shield of the 
United States with an olive branch hanging from the 
top and down each side; back of the base, two arrows, 
crossed; above, in god we trust; below, 1866. Rev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Numeral 5 within 
olive wreath. Size, 13. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 10^ 

1522. N. Five-cents, 1866. Similar to No. 1521. 

1523. AE. Five-cents, 1866. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. Head of Lincoln to right; below, 1866. 
Rev. 5 I CENTS j within a wreath; above, m god we 
TRUST. Size, 13. 

1524. AE. Five-cents, 1867. Oh), UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. Head of Liberty to left, with long 
feathers in hair, four stars on forehead; from the top 
of head to the shoulder falls a ribbon inscribed union & 
liberty; below, 1 867. Beneath the head, longacre f. 
Rev. A large Roman numeral V on garnished shield 
of the United States; above, in god we trust. 
Size, 13i. 

1526-6. AL. Five-cents, 1867. Similar to No. 1524. 

1527. N. Five-cents, 1867. Olv. UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. Head of Liberty to left, with diadem 
adorned with a star and inscribed liberty; below, 1 867. 
Rev. 5 I CENTS I within an olive wreath; above, in god 
WE trust. Size, 13. 

1528. N. Five-cents, 1868. Oh). UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. Head of Liberty, to left, with beaded dia- 
dem inscribed liberty; below, 1868. R&o. 5 | cents | 
within an olive wreath; above, in god we trust; wide, 
plain border, milled on. Size, 15. By Longacre. 

1529. N. Five-cents, 1868. Legends and types similar to 
No.* 1528. Size, 13i. By Longacre. 

1530. AR-N-AE. Five-cents, (?) 1869. Obv. U N ITED STATES 

OF AMERICA. Liberty seated, as No. 1398. Reo. 
SI L I N IC. I COP. In exergue, 1869. 

1531. N. Five-cents, 1871. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. Head of Liberty to left, with diadem 
inscribed liberty; below, 1871. Rev. V | cents | 
within a laurel wreath. Size, 14. By Longacre. 

1532. AE. Five-cents, 1871. Similar to No. 1531. Size, 14. 

1533. AE. Five-cents, 1871. Similar to No. 1531, but reading 
5 I cents. Size, 13. 



104 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1634. N. Five-cents, 1881. Obu. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Head to left, with diadem inscribed 
liberty; cotton and wheat in hair; below, 1881 . Reo. 
Roman numeral V within wreath of corn, wheat, and 
cotton. Size, 14. By C. E. Barber. 

1636. N. Five-cents, 1881. Similar to No. 1534, but with 
IN GOD WE TRUST abovc Wreath on reverse. 

1636-7. N. Five-cents, 1882. Similar to No. 1534, but with 
E PLURiBUS UNUM abovc Wreath on reverse. By C. E. 
Barber. 

1638. N. Five-cents, 1882. Ohv. Head of Liberty as on No. 
1534, with thirteen stars around border and 1882 
beneath the head. R&d, UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Roman numeral V in wreath as on No. 
1534, but smaller; below, e pluribus unum. By 
C. E. Barber. 

1639. N. Five-cents, 1882. Similar to No. 1534, but with 

E PLURIBUS UNUM above wreath, on reverse. 

1640. N. Five-cents, 1882. Same head as No. 1534; around, 

• •••••• IN GOD WE TRUST •••••• 
and 1882. Reo. Similar to No. 1538. 

1641. N. Five-cents, 1883. Same head as on No. 1534, but 

with plain diadem; around, ****** LIBERTY 
*******; below, 1883. Reo. Similar to No. 
1538. By C. E. Barber. 

1642. N. Five-cents, 1883. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, 
with diadem inscribed LIBERTY; around, thirteen 
stars; beneath, 1883. Reo. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. "Within a wreath of corn, wheat, and 
cotton. Roman numeral V; below, CENTS; above 
wreath, e pluribus unum. 

1643-4. N. Five-cents, 1883. Similar to No. 1538, but with 
CENTS on scroll across the V, on reverse. By C. E. 
Barber. 

1646. N. Five-cents, 1883. Obi). UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Head of Liberty as on No. 1534. Rm). 
Within a wreath of corn and cotton, 75 N. | 25 C; 
above, FIVE; below, CENTS; seven stars to left and 
six to right. Size, 14. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 105 

1546-7. N. Five-cents, 1884. ^iJ^. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Thirteen stars around a central qctagonal 
hole; below, 1884. R&d. FIVE above, and CENTS 
below the central hole; at each side, U. S. shield. 

1648-9. N. Five-cents, 1896. Ohv. Spade-shape shield of 
United States on two staffs in saltire, the one sur- 
mounted by liberty cap, the other by an eagle; across 
the shield, a scroll inscribed liberty; around * * * 
• ••• E PLURIBUS UNUM •••••• 1896. 
Rev. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within a 
wreath of olive, 5 | cents. Unmilled and with pellets 
around border. By C. E. Barber. 



1550. AE. Tliree-cents, 1849. Ohv. Similar to No. 1399, the 
type of Liberty seated. Rev. Numeral 3. Size, 9 J. 
By Gobrecht. 

1551. AE. Tliree-cents, 1849. Ohv. As last. R&o. Roman nu- 
meral III. Size, 9i. 

1552. AR. Three-cents, 1850. Ohv. Liberty cap, with band in- 
scribed LIBERTY, in a glory; below, 1850. Rev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Roman numeral 
1 1 1 within a palm vrreath. 

1553. AE. Three-cents, 1863. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, 
with a diadem inscribed liberty; around, ***** 
********; below, 1863. Rev. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Within an olive wreath, 
3 I CENTS. Edge, plain. Size, 17. 

1554. N. Three-cents, 1868. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. Head of Liberty to left, with beaded 
diadem inscribed liberty; below, 1868. R&o. Roman 
numeral 1 1 1 within a wreath of corn, wheat, and cotton. 
Size, 12. By Longacre. 

1555-6. N. Three-cents, 1881. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 
AM ERICA. Head of Liberty to left, with diadem in- 
scribed liberty; cotton and wheat in hair; below, 1881. 
Rev. Roman numeral 1 1 1 within a wreath of com, 
wheat, and cotton. Size, 12. By C. E. Barber. 



106 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1567. AE. Two-cents, 1836. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. An eagle, with wings displayed, standing 
to left, the head turned to right. Rev. two | cents | 
within an olive wreath. Edge, reeded. 

1658. AE. Two-cents, 1863. Ohv. GODAND OUR COUN- 
TRY. Bust of Washington to right; below, 1863. 
Re^. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within a 
wheat wreath, 2 | cents. Size, 14. 

1559. AE. Two-cents, 1863. Obo. A shield of the U. S. on 
two arrows in saltire; above, on a scroll, in god-we- 
trust; two olive branches hang from top of shield, 
down sides; below, 1863. Reu. Similar to No. 1558. 



1560. AE. Cent, 1792. Oh). LIBERTY PARENT OF SCI- 

ENCEANDINDUSTRY*. Bust of Liberty to right; 
on truncation, birch; below, 1792. R&o. UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Within a wreath, one | 
cent; beneath the wreath, i\-q. Electrotype. Size, 
21. By Birch. 

1561. AE. Cent, 1792. Ohv. LIBERTY. Bust of Liberty to 

right, with hair knotted at back of head; below, 1792. 
Rec. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. An eagle, 
with wings diplayed, standing upon segment of a globe. 
Edge, reeded. Size, 19. 

1562. AE. Cent, 1850. Ohv. U. S. A. and ONE TENTH 

SI LVER round a central hole; Reu. Above hole, cent; 
below, 1850; at each side, rosette. Size, 11. 

1663. H. Cent, 1853. Ohv. Around, *••••••••• 
* * * . Head of Liberty to left, with diadem in- 
scribed liberty; below, 1853. Reo. one | cent | 
withinan olive wreath. Size, 11. 

1564. AE. Cent, 1854. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, with 
diadem inscribed liberty; the hair in knot at back of 
head and tied with rope of pearls; below, 1854. Rev. 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within a wreath 
of single olive branch, one | cent. Edge, plain. 
Size, 16. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 107 

1565. AE. Cent, 1854. Ohv. Around, thirteen stars; an eagle, 
flying to left; below, 1854. Rev. Similar to No 1564. 
Size, 16. 

1566-9. AE. Cents, 1855. Similar to No. 1565, except date. 

1570. N. Cent, 1856. Olv. UNITED STATES OF AMER- 

ICA. An eagle, flying to left; below, 1856. Rev. 
Within a wreath of corn and cotton, one ] cent. 
Beaded borders. Size, 12. 

1571. AE. Cent, 1858. Ohv. As No. 1570. Rev. Within an 

oak wreath, one | cent; between ends of branches of 
the wreath, small shield of U. S. Size, 12. 

1572. AE. Cent, 1858. Ohv. An eagle, flying to left, the left 
wing full spread upward; below, 1858. Rev. Similar 
to No. 1570. Size, 12. 

1573. N. Cent, 1858. Similar to No. 1570, except date. 

1674. N. Cent, 1858. Ohv. Similar to No. 1572. Rev. Within 
an olive wreath, one | cent. Size, 12. 

1575. N.CeDt,1858. 6>5v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
An Indian head to left; below, 1858. Rev. Similar to 
No. 1571. 

1576. N. Cent, 1858. Ohv. Similar to No. 1575. Rev. one | 
cent I within a wreath of corn and cotton. 

1577. ,N. Cent, 1858. Ohv. Similar to No. 1575. Rev. one | 

CENT I within an oak wreath. 

1578. N. Cent, 1858. Ohv. Similar to No. 1575. Rev. one | 
CENT I within an olive wreath. 

1579. AE. Cent, 1859. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF AMER- 

ICA. An Indian head to left; below, 1859. Rev. 
ONE I CENT I within an oak wreath, with three arrows 
inserted under the ribbon that binds the branches of 
the wreath, and with a shield of U. S. between the ends 
of the branches at top. Size, 12. 

1580. AE. Cent, 1860. Similar to 1579, except date. 

1581. AE. Cent, 1863. Similar to No. 1579, but much thinner. 



108 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1682. AE. Cent. 1864. Similar to No. 1246, but thinner and 
also of a different composition of bronze than the first 
issue of the year. 

1583-4. N. Cent, 1881. Types similar to No. 1555, but with 
Roman numeral I within the wreath on reverse. Size, 
10. 

1686-6. AE. Cent, 1896. Types similar to No. 1548, but read- 
ing 1 I CENT within the wreath on reverse. Size, 12. 



PRIVATE GOLD COINS ISSUED BY BANKS, MINING 
COMPANIES, AND ASSAYERS. 

Templeton JReid^ Lumplcin County, Georgia, 

1587. 10 Dollars, undated. Olv. TEM PLETON REI D - AS- 
SAYER; in the field, ten | dollars. Bev. GEOR- 
GIA | GOLD, within a circle of stars. Size, 21; wt., 
251grs.; PI. VIII, 1. 

1588. 5 Dollars, 1830. Olv. TEM PLETON REID - AS- 
SAYER; in the field, $.5. Rev, GEORGIA GOLD; 
in the field, $.5.; below, 1 830. Size, 15; wt., 123.3 grs. 

1589. 2i Dollars, 1830. Ohv. T. REID, ASSAYER; in the 
field, 2.50. Rev. GEORGIA GOLD ; in the field, 1830. 
Size, lOi; wt., 60 grs. 

Christopher Bechtler, Rutherfordton.^ Worth Carolina. 

1590. 5 Dollars, 1834. Olv. C. BECHTLER AT RUTH- 

ERF*; in the field, 5 | dollars. Rev. CAROLINA 
GOLD; in the field, august l. 1834 | 140 ] g. | 20 | car- 
ats I . Size, 15i; wt., 137.5 grs. 

1591. 5 Dollars, 1834. Similar to No. 1590. Size, 15i; wt., 
138.5 grs. 

1592. 5 Dollars, undated. Olv. C. BECHTLER. ASSAYER*, 
and forming an inner circle, rutherford county. 
Rev. NORTH CAROLINA GOLD*; in field, 5 | dol- 
lars I 20 CARATS I 150. G. | in four curved lines. Size, 
16; wt, 135.2 grs. 

1593. 5 Dollars, undated. Olv. Similar to No. 1590. Rev. 
CAROLINA GOLD; in the field, 134 g. | * | 21 carats. 
Size, 15i; wt., 135.2 grs. 

1594. 5 Dollars, undated. Olv. C. BECHTLER. AT RUTH- 

ERFORD*; in the field, 5 | dollars (curved line)' 
^ev. GEO RG I A GOLD; in the field, 128. G. | *; below, 
22 CARATS. Size, 15i; wt., 135.2 grs. PI. VIII, 2. 

109 



110 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1596. 23^ Dollars, undated. Ohv. BECHTLER RUTH ERF. 
In the field, 2.50. Rev. CAROLINA GOLD. In field, 
70. G I 20 I CARATS. Size, lOi; wt., 68.8 grs. 

1696. V/i Dollars, undated. Ohv. Similar to No. 1595. Reo. 

GEORGIA GOLD; in the field, 64. g. | 22. | carats. 
Size, 10+; wt., 63.7 grs. 

1697. V/i Dollars, undated. Similar to No. 1596. Size, 10+ ; 
wt., 63 grs. 

1698. Dollar, undated. Ohv. C. BECHTLER. RUTH ERF. In 
the field, 30.G./*. Rev. CAROLINA GOLD.; in the 
field, ONE; below, DOLLAR. Size, 10+; wt., 29.8 
grs. 

1699. Dollar, undated. Ohi. BECHTLER RUTH ERF •.; in 
the field, 28: g: Rei\ CAROLINA; infield, ONE (with 
the letter N inverted); below, DOLLAR.* Size, 10; 
wt., 34.5 grs. 

Augustus Bechtler^ Rutherfordton^ North Carolina. 

1600. Dollar, undated. Ohv. A. BECHTLER.; in the field, 1 
dol:*. Reo. CAROLINA GOLD.; in the field, 27. g. 
I 21. c, in two lines. Size, lOi; wt., 27 grs. 

1601. Dollar, undated. Similar to No. 1600. Size, lOi; wt., 
21.7 grs. 

Baldwin and Company^ San Francisco^ California. 

1602. 10 Dollars, 1860. Ohv. CALIFORNIAGOLD. A cow- 
boy, mounted, to right, casting lasso; below, 1850, and 
TEN DOLLARS. Beneath the horse, on ground, 
GARDNER, the engraver. ^(?y. BALDWI N &. CO. An 
eagle, with expanded wings, a shield on breast, grasp- 
ing olive branch in right, and three arrows in left 
talon;below, •••••SAN FRANCISCO^ •• • •. 
Size, 17+ ; wt., 263.8 grs. 

1603. 6 Dollars, 1860. Obv. Bust of Liberty, to left, with 
diadem inscribed Baldwin & cc; around, thirteen 
stars, and the date beneath the bust. Rev. S. M. V. 
CALIFORNIA GOLD. Eagle as No. 1602; below, 
FIVE DOL Size, 14; wt., 132.5 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. HI 

Cincinnati Mining and Trading Company^ San Francisco, 

California. 

1604. 10 Dollars, 1849. Ohv. CINCINNATI MINING &. 
TRADING COMPANY. Draped bust of an Indian 
chief, with feather crown, to left. Rev. CALI FORN I A 
TEN DOLLARS. An eagle, flying to left, carrying 
in talons shield of U. S. and branch of olive; below, 
1849. Edge, reeded. Size, 18; wt., 258.3 grs.; Plate 
VIII, 3. 

1605. 5 Dollars, 1849. Similar to No. 1604, but with FIVE 

DOLLARS in legend on the reverse. Size, 16; vvt., 
132.5 grs. 

Augustus Humhert, assayer^ San Francisco.^ California. 

1606. 60 Dollars, 1851. Octagonal. OU. UNITED STATES 

OF AMERICA. An eagle standing upon a rock, 
grasping a shield and three arrows in talons of right 
foot, three arrows in the left; in beak, a scroll inscribed 
liberty; above, 887 tiious. ; below, FIFTY DOLLS.; 
the whole within a circle; without the circle, Augus- 
tus - HUMBERT - UNITED - STATES - ASSAYER - OP 

GOLD - CALIFORNIA - 1 851 , on the eight sides of the 
piece. Reo. Concentric circles, within engine turning. 
Edge, reeded. Size, 26, 28; wt., 1,310 grs. PI. VIII, 4. 

1607. 50 Dollars, 1851. Octagonal. Oho. Type similar to 
No. 1606, but with 880 thous., and mark of value, 50 
DC; border beaded. Rev. Engine turned rays. Edge, 

AUGUSTUS — HUMBERT — UNITED — STATES — ASSAYER 

CALIFORNIA — OF GOLD— 1851 on the eight sides. Size, 
26, 28; wt., 1,320 grs. 

1608. 10 Dollars, 1852. Obv. UNITED STATES OF AMER- 

ICA. Eagle as on No. 1606; above the eagle, 884 
THOUS.; below, TEN DOLS. Rev. On a tablet, across 
the field, Augustus Humbert j united states assayeb 
I OF gold CALIFORNIA | 1852; abovc and below, engine- 
turning. Size, 17i; wt., 263 grs. 



112 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

Kellogg and Company ^ San Francisco^ California. 

1609. 20 Dollars, 1854. Ohv. Head of Liberty, similar to that 
on the regular issue of the Double -eagle of that date; 
on the diadem, kellogg & co. ; around, thirteen stars, 
and the date beneath the head. Bev. SAN FRAN- 
CISCO CALIFORNIA. An eagle similar to that on 
the Double-eagle, No. 533, but the motto omitted from 
the scroll; below, TWENTY D. Edge, reeded. Size, 
22; wt., 515.7 grs. 

Mo^sachusetts and Calif omia Mining Compamy. 

1610. 5 Dollars, undated. Obv. Arms: Shield, bearing mounted 
cow boy, supported by stag and bear; beneath, a scroll 
inscribed alta; around, thirteen stars. Rev. MAS- 
SACHUSETTS & CALIFORNIA CO. The value, 
FIVE I D., within a wreath. Size, 14; wt., 115.2 grs. 

Miners'' Bank^ San Francisco, California. 

1611. 10 Dollars, imdated. Olv. CALI FORN lA. Eagle simi- 
lar to No. 1602; below, thirteen stars. Rev. MINERS'. 
BANK.* SAN FRANCISCO*. In the field, ten d. 
Edge, reeded. Size, 13; wt., 213.2 grs. 

Moffat and Company, San Francisco^ California. 

1612. 20 Dollars, 1863. Ohv. Head of Liberty, as No. 1609, 
with diadem inscribed moffat & CO.; below, 1853. 
Rev. Similar to 1609. Size, 21i; wt., 516 grs. 

1613. 20 Dollars, 1853. Similar to No. 1612. Size, 21i; wt., 
516 grs. 

1614. 16-dollar bar, nndated. Obv. moffat & co. | 2mi carat | 
$16.00 in three lines. Rev. Plain. Size, 9 by 22; wt., 
444 grs. PI. Vm, 7. 

1615. Bar of $9.45 value, undated. Ohv. moffat & co. | 21A 
carat $9.45. jS^. 10 DwT. 6 Grs. Size, 9 by 19^; wt., 
245.2 grs. 

1616. 10 Dollars, 1849. Ohv. Head of Liberty to left, as on 
Eagle of U. S. of same date; on diadem, moffat & co. 
Rev. Similar to No. 1602, with TEN D. beneath the 
Eagle. Edge, reeded. Size, 17; wt., 129.2 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 113 

1617. 6 Dollars, 1850. Legends and types similar to No. 

1616 but with FIVE DOL. beneath the eagle, on re- 
verse. Size, 14; wt., 129.2 grs. 

Norris^ Griggs and Norris^ Scm Frcmcisco^ California. 

1618. 5 Dollars, 1849. Ohv. CALIFORNIA GOLD. An eagle 

bearing on breast a shield, on which is mark of value, 
5; below, WITHOUT ALLOY. Rev. Within a circle 
of stars, 1849, and above the date, n. g. & n.; beneath, 
SAN FRANCISCO; abovc the circle of stars, FULL 
WEIGHT.OF; below, .HALF EAGLE. Size, 14; wt., 
130.2 grs. 

1619. 6 Dollars, 1849. Similar to No. 1618. Size, 14; wt., 
129.5 grs. 

J. S. Ormsby^ Sacramento, California, 

1620. 10 Dollars, undated. Ohv. UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA— GAL In the field, j. s. o. Eev. 10 | 
DOLLS, in two lines, within a circle of stars. Plain 
edge. Size, 18; wt., 257.5 grs. PI. VlII, 5. 

Pacific Mining Compa/ny, San Fi^ancisco, California. 

1621. 10 Dollars, 1849. 6>5v. PACIFIC COMPANY CAL- 
IFORNIA. An eagle volant, with olive branch and 
hammer in talons; below, 1849. Rev. Liberty pole 
surmounted by the cap encircled by rays with stars 
between the rays; below, 10 DOLLARS. Size, 18; 
wt., 228.5 grs. 

1622. 5 Dollars, 1849. Similar to No. 1621, but with 5 DOL- 

LARS on the reverse. Size, 14^; wt., 129.3 grs. 

Templeton Reid, San Francisco., California. 

1623. 10 Dollars, 1849. 6>5v. •TEMPLETON REID, above 
the date, 1849, and ASSAYER below. Rev. CALI- 
FORNIA * GOLD *. In field, ten | dollaks. 
Size, 18; wt., 260.5 grs. 

1666°— 12 8 



114 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

United States assay office, San Francisco^ California. 

1624. 20 Dollars, 1853. Oh). UNITED STATES OF AMER- 

ICA. An eagle, as on No. 1606; above, 900 thous.; 
below, TWENTY D. Rev. united states assay | 

OFFICE OF GOLD j SAN FRANCISCO | CALIFORNIA. 1853, 

on a tablet across the field, with engine turning above 
and below. Size, 21^; wt., 516 grs. 

1625. 20 Dollars, 1853. Similar to No. 1624, but indicated 
fineness, 884 thous. Size, 21^; wt., 623.7 grs. 

Wass, MoUtor <& Co., San Francisco, Califomia. 

1626. 50 Dollars, 1855. Ohv. Diademed head of Liberty to 
left; around, thirteen stars; below, 1855. Rev. SAN 
FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA; within a wreath, 50 | 
dollars; above, on a ribbon, 900 thous.; below the 
wreath, WASS MOLITOR &. CO. Edge, reeded. 
Size, 26; wt., 1,287.5 grs.; round. 

1627. 10 Dollars, 1852. Ohv. Head of Liberty, diademed, to 
left; on diadem, w. m. & co. Rev. S. M. V. CALI- 
FORNIA GOLD. An eagle as on No. 1611, the Eagle 
of same date: below, TEN. D. Size, 17; wt., 262.7grs. 



The following pieces, chiefly Half-dollars and Quarter- 
dollars in gold, cannot be attributed to particular firms or 
persons, but were evidently produced in California, or, at 
least, were intended for distribution in California. It is 
doubtful if they were seriously intended as a part of the ex- 
tensive necessity coinage of the West. They have served 
chieflj^ as souvenirs. 

1628. One dollar, 1855. Ohv. Head of Liberty, with diadem, 
to left; around, thirteen stars. Rev. CALIFORNIA 
GOLD N. R. Within a wreath, i | dollar | 1855. 
Octagonal . Size, 1\ ; wt. , 13i grs. 

1629. 1/2 Dollar, 1852. Ohv. Similar to No. 1628. Rev. HALF 

DOL CALIFORNIA GOLD. The date within a 
wreath. Size, 7; wt., 11 grs. 

1630. 1/2 Dollar, 1853. Ohv. Similar to No. 1628, with eleven 
stars around the head, and D beneath. Rev. CALI- 
FORNIA GOLD HALF D. Date within a wreath. 
Size, 7; wt., 9 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 115 

1631. 1/2 Dollar, 1859. Ohv. Similar to No. 1630. Rev. 3^ ] 
DOLLAR I 1859, within a wreath; octagonal. Size, 63^; 
wt., 7.5 grs. 

1632-3. 1/2 Dollar, 1880. Ohv. Indian head to left; around, 
thirteen stars. Rev. Y^ \ cal. gold | *, within a 
wreath. Size, 7i; wt., 4^ grs.; octagonal. 

1634. 1/4 Dollar, 1864. Ohv. Indian head to left, with six- 
teen stars around. Rev. California gold-1854, within 
a wreath and plain circle; octagonal. Size, 6; wt., 
3.8 grs. 

1636. 1/4 Dollar, 1854. Ohv. Liberty head, to left, diademed; 
four stars around. Rev. \i \ dollar | 1854, within a 
circle of dots; octagonal. Size, 6; wt., 3.8 grs. 

1636. 1/4 Dollar, 1855. Similar to No. 1635. 

1637. 1/4 Dollar, 1859. Ohv. Liberty head to left, diademed; 
six stars around. Rev. 34 I dollar ] 1859, within a 
laurel wreath. Octagonal. Size, 6; wt., 3.8 grs. 

1638. 1/4 Dollar, 1859. Ohv. Liberty head, to left, diademed; 
ten stars around. Rev. \i \ dollar | 1859, within a 
wreath of laurel. Round. Size, 6; wt., 3.8 grs. 

1639. 1/4 Dollar, 1880. Ohv. Indian head to left, with thir- 
teen stars around; date below. Rev. 34 | dollar | cal. 
within wreath of laurel. Octagonal. Size, 6; wt., 3.8 
grs. 

The Oregon ExcJiange Company ., Oregon City^ Oregon. 

1640. 10 Dollars, 1849. Ohv. OREGON EXCHANGE COM- 

PANY. In the field, 10. D. 20. G. | native | gold | tend. 
in four lines. Rev. A beaver; above, K. M . T. R. C. S. 
and seven stars; below, 0. T. j 1849 in two lines, be- 
tween branches. Size, 17; wt., 262 grs. 

1641. 6 Dollars, 1849. Ohv. Similar to No. 1640, but the in- 

scription reading, 130 g. | native | gold | 5 d. Rev. 
A beaver; above, K. M. T. A. W. R. C. S.; below, T. 0. 
and date between laurel branches. Size, 14; wt., 
129.5 grs. 



116 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

Clark^ Gruher c& Company^ Denver, Colorado. 

1642. 20 Dollars, 1860. Ohv.?\KE.S. PEAK GOLD. Pike's 
Peak, with Denver beneath, and below, TWENTY D. 
Rev. CLARKGRUBER&.CO. An eagle, with shield 
on breast, olive branch and arrows in talons; below, 
1860. Edge, reeded. Size, 21i; wt., 668 grs. 

1643. 10 Dollars, 1860. Types similar to No. 16i2, except 
the mark of value. Size, 17; wt., 275.7 grs. 

1644. 10 Dollars, 1861. Ohv. Bust of Liberty to left, with a 
diadem inscribed pikes peak; around, thirteen stars; 
beneath bust, 1861. Rev. CLARK GRUBER &. 
COMPANY, DENVER. A spread-eagle, with shield 
on breast, olive branch and arrows in talons; below, 
• TEND.* Size, 17; wt., 295.7 gi-s. 

1645. 5 Dollars, 1860. Oh}. Head of Liberty to left, with 
diadem inscribed clabk & co. Rev. PIKES - PEAK 
GOLD - DENVER. An eagle with wings displayed; 
below, FIVE D. ; around, thirteen stars; below, 1860. 
Edge, reeded. Size, 14; wt., 138.8 grs. 

1646. 23^ Dollars, 1861. Types similar to No. 1614, except 
for the mark of value, which is 23^ D. and reading, on 
the reverse, CLARK-GRUBER & CO-DENVER. 
Size, Hi; wt., 74 grs. 

J. J. Conway, Denver.^ Colorado. 

1647. 10 Dollars, undated. Ohv. J. J. CONWAY; within a 
circle, & CO ; below, BANKERS. Rev. Within a 
circle of stars, 10; above, PIKES PEAK; below, TEN 
DOLLARS. Edge, plain. Size, 17; wt, 260 grs. 
PI. VIII, 6. 

1648. 6 Dollars, undated. Ohv. J. J. CONWAY; within a 
circle of stars, & co; below, BANKERS. Rev. In 
centerof field, 5; above, PIKES PEAK; below, FIVE 
DOLLARS. Size, 11; wt., 120.8 grs. 

1649. 2H Dollars, undated. Ohv. Similar to No. 1648, but 
without circle of any sort. Rev. In center of field, 
2K; above, PIKES PEAK; below, DOLL'S. Size, 11; 
wt., 68.5 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 117 

John Parson and Company^ Tarryall Mines^ Colorado. 

1650. 5 Dollars, undated. OU. PIKES PEAK GOLD. An 
eagle; below, FIVE D. Hev. JN^. PARSON &. CO. 
A quartz mill; below, ORO. Size, 14; wt., 128.3 grs. 
PI. VllI, 9. 

1651. 2]/2 Dollars, undated. Types similar to No. 1650, but 
reading, on obverse, J. PARSON etc., and on reverse, 
2i D. Size, Hi; wt., 73.5 grs. 

Coinage of the Mormons^ Salt Lake City^ Utah. 

1652. 20 Dollars, 1849. Ohv. HOLI NESS.TO.THE.LORD. 
An eye beneath a miter. Eev. G.S.LC.P.G. Two 
clasped hands, and the date beneath them; below, 
TWENTY DOLLARS. Edge, plain. Size, 19; wt., 
444.5 grs. PI. VIII, 8. 

1653. 10 Dollars, 1849. Ohv. Similar to No. 1652. Bev. 
Two hands clasped and 1849 beneath; above, PURE 
GOLD; below, TEN. DOLLARS. Edge, plain. Size, 
17; wt., 221.5 grs. 

1654. 5 Dollars, 1849. Similar to No. 1652, but with the value, 

FIVE DOLLARS, on reverse. Edge, plain. Size, 14; 
wt., 113.5 grs. 

1655. 5 Dollars, 1850. Similar to No. 1652, but with a circle 
of stars round the eye and miter; and FIVE DOLLARS 
on the reverse. Size, 14; wt., Ill grs. 

1656. 5 Dollars, 1860. Olv. "Holiness to the Lord," in 
cipher; a lion, reclining to left; below, the date. Rev. 
DESERET ASSAY OFFICE. PURE GOLD. An 
eagle with beehive on breast; below, 5 . D. Edge, 

reeded. 

1657. 23^ Dollars, 1849. Similar to No. 1652, but reading 
TWO AND HALF DO. on reverse. Size, 12; wt., 
66.5 grs. 



The following pieces are Cent tokens, and are of the 
size of the copper cent issued at the time they were pro- 
duced — that is, size 18. The metal of them is copper 
except in the single instance where the indication of the 
metal is given. 



118 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

1658. 1834. Obv. A PLAIN SYSTEM. VOID OF POMP. 
President Jackson, standing to left, with large purse 
in left hand and sword in right. Rev. TH E CONSTI- 
TUTION AS I UNDERSTAND IT. A balking mule, 
labeled ll.d.; above, roman ] firmness; below, 1834. 

1659. 1834. Obv. MY SUBSTITUTE • FOR THE U. S. 

BANK*. Facing bust of President Jackson, with my 
on breast, and below, experiment | my | currency | 
MY I GLORY. Reo. PERISH CREDIT. PERISH COM- 
MERCE. A boar, running to left, with my | third 
HEAT written on his side; above, my | victory; below, 
DOWN with the I BANK, and date beneath. 

1660. 1837. 6>^. SUBSTITUTE FOR SHIN PLASTERS. 
Aphoenix; below, NOV^ | 1837. Reo. SPECIE PAY- 
MENTS SUSPENDED; within an oak wreath, may | 

TENTH I 1837. 

1661. 1837. Oh). As No. 1660. Reo. MILLIONS FOR 

DEFENCE; within an olive wreath, kot | one | 

CENT I I FOR tribute. 

1662. Ohv. I TAKE THE • RESPONSIBILITY •. Jack- 
son, standing in an iron-bound chest, with purse in left 
and sword in right hand; below, h (engraver's signa- 
ture). Rev. THE CONSTITUTION . AS I UNDER- 
STAND IT. An ass standing to left, labeled ll.d.; 
above, roman | firmness; below, veto. 

1663. 1837. Oh). EXECUTIVE . EXPERIMENT. Tor- 
toise, with a safe marked SUB | TREASURY, on its 
back; below, 1837 | fiscal agent. Rev. An ass running 
to left; above, i follow | in the (below) steps | op 
MY I (around) illustrious predecessor. 

1664. 1837. Oh). As No. 1662. Rev. VAN BUREN ME- 
TALLIC CURRENCY. A ship marked experiment 
wrecked on rocks. 

1665. 1837. Ohv. Laureated female bust to left; around, 

******* E PLURiBUS UNUM (on a scroll above) 
******. Rev. MILLIONS FOR DEFENCE, 
and within an olive wreath, not | one | cent [ — | 

FOR TRIBUTE. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 119 

1666. 1837. Olv. Similar to No. 1665, tho from a different 
die. Rev. MILLIONS FOR DEFENCE, and within a 
circle of stars, not | one cent | for | tribute | | . 

1667. 1837. Ohv. Similar to No. 1665. Rev. BENTON IAN 
CURRENCY. 1837. Within an olive wreath, mint ] 

DROP. 

1668. 1838. Olv. "Idiotic" female head to left, with dia- 
dem inscribed, loco foco; around, eleven stars, with 
date below the head. Rev. BENTON EX PER 
IM ENT ; within an olive wreath, mint | drop. 

1669. 1838. Olv. • AM i NOT A WOMAN &. A SISTER. 
A slave woman, in chains, kneeling to right. Rev. 

.UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Within olive 
wreath, liberty | 1838. 

1670. 1841. Olv. WEBSTER CREDIT CURRENCY. A 
ship with jib sail set, labeled constitution, sailing 
right. Rev. Similar to No. 1664. 

1671. 1841. Olv. Similar to No. 16T0, without jib sail. Rev. 

Ship, labeled experiment, wrecked on rocks, struck 
by lightning and mast broken. 

1672. 1841. Olv. Bust similar to No. 1665, but smaller head 
and other differences of details; above, scroll inscribed, 
E pluribds unum, and branches of rosebush on border. 
Rev. Similar to No. 1665. 

1673. 1841. Olv. Similar to No. 1672. Rev. SPECIE PAY- 

MENTS SUSPENDED, and within a heavy oak 
wreath, may | tenth | 1837. 

1674. 1841. Olv. Similar to No, 16T0. Rev. Similar to No. 
1666. 

CONNECTICTJT. 

WATEEBURY. 

1675. Scoville, 1837. Olv. J. m. l. & w. h. scovill. water- 
bury con. a phoenix, with the date below. Rev. 
GILT buttons of EVERY DESCRIPTION. In field, in 
four lines, sheet brass 1 plated metal | & | gold 

PLATE. 



120 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

STEW HAMPSHIRE. 

DOVKE. 

1676. Smith, with Haselton & Palmer, 1837. Olv. a. c. smith ] 

DEALER I IN | CROCKERY, GLASS | CHINA & BRITANNIA j 
WARE ETC. DOVER. N. H. 1837. ReV. HASELTON AND 

PALMER (in field) dealer | in | dry goods etc. * * * 

DOVER N. H. 

POET8MODTH. 

1677. March, with Simes & Co. Ohv. nathl. march. | book- 
seller «fe I STATIONER ] NO. 7 EXCHANGE | BUILDINGS ] 
PORTSMOUTH | N. H. BeV. WILLIAM SIMES & CO. | DEAL- 
ERS IN I TEAS, WINES, & GROCERIES ETC. * * * 
PORTSMOUTH | N. H. 

1678. Sise & Co., 1837. Ohv. e. f. sise & co. | general | 

COMMISSION, I AND FORWARDING | MERCHANTS | PORTS- 
MOUTH I N. H. BeV. IMPORTERS OF CROCKERY ETC. 

1837. 

ITEW YORK. 

NEW YORK CITY. 

1679. Anderson, 1837. Obv. henry anderson, Chatham 
SQUARE, N. YORK. A boot; below, on border, mam- 
moth boot. BeV. HENRY ANDERSON - CHEAP BOOT 

store; in field, business address and date. 

1680. Central Market, 1837. Ohv. Female head, to left, with 
laurel wreath; above, a scroll inscribed, e pluribus 
unum; seven stars to left on border, and six to right. 

BeV. CENTRAL MARKET ACCOMMODATION. Market 

house; below, 14th ward | n. york. 

1681. Crossman, 1837. Ohv. An eagle, with the date beneath; 
around, thirteen stars. Bev. h. crossman | manufac- 
turer I no. 92-1/2 I CHATHAM ST N. Y. An Umbrella. 

1682. Devean's, 1837. Ohv. p. b. & s. deveau's 156 Chatham 
SQUARE. N. YORK. Female head, with laurel wreath, 
to left. Bev. wholesale &. retail boot & shoe 
store, a boot, and address repeated. 

1683. Jarvis, 1837. Ohv. Similar to No. 1680. Bev. george 
A. jarvis. wine & tea dealer; in field, 142 grand | 

corner of 1 ELM STREET I NEW YORK. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 121 

1684. Maycock, 1837. Ohv. Similar to No. 1681. Rev. s. 

MAT COCK & CO. 35 CITY HALL PLACE; in field, EVER 
POINTED I PENCIL CASE ] MANUFACTURERS | SAML. MAY- 
COCK I JOHN HAGUE. 

1685. Merchants' Exchange. Ohv. merchants exchange n. 
YORK. The exchange building. Rev. millions for 
DEFENCE, and within an olive wreath, not | one | 

CENT I FOR TRIBUTE. 

1686. Phalon, 1837. Ohv, phalon's | new | & | splendid | 

STYLE I OF I HAIR CUTTING. ReV. NO. 35 BOWERY-NEW 

YORK; scissors and comb. 

1687. Smith, 1837. Ohv. smiths | clock | establishment | 

NO. iy2 I BOWERY | NEW YORK | 1837. R&O. Aclockdial 
with TIME 1 is I MONEY. 

1688. White metal. Feuchtwanger Cent, 1837. Ohv. Eagle 
with serpent in claws, i?^. FEUCHTWANGERS • 
COMPOSITION • ; within a laurel wreath, ONE 
CENT. Size, 12. 



CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA. 



There are seemingly well-authenticated records that the Confederate 
States of America, after seizing the mint at New Orleans, made preparations 
for the coinage of money. Especially, a reverse die was made for a Half- 
dollar with which it was proposed to use the obverse die of the then current 
Half-dollar of the United States. The specimen here described is a United 
States Half-dollar restruck with a restored die, copied from one of the very 
few alleged genuine specimens of the Confederate States Half-dollar. 

1689. AE. Half dollar. Obv. Liberty, seated to right, the head 

turned to left, holding liberty pole surmounted with 
the cap in left hand, the right hand resting on shield 
of the United States, across which falls a ribbon 
inscribed liberty. Rev. CONFEDERATE STATES 
OF AMERICA. A shield argent with seven pales 
gules, a chief azure seven stars, four and three; sur- 
mounted with liberty pole and cap; the whole within 
a wreath of cotton and palm branches; below HALF 
DOL 

1690. AE. One cent token. This piece was of private origin. 

Olv. CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA. 
Head of Liberty to left, with liberty cap having six 
stars on the band; below, the date, 1861. Rev. 1 | 
CENT within a wreath of cane and cotton, and wheat, 
springing from two sugar casks between which is a 
bale of cotton. Size, 12. 
122 



BRITISH POSSESSIONS IN NORTH 
AMERICA. 



Since the incorporation of the British North American colonies into the 
Dominion of Canada in 1867, there has been a single series of coins issued 
for the entire country, except Newfoundland, for which there is a separate 
coinage. The special coinage for both countries is restricted to silver and 
bronze in denominations from One cent to Fifty cents or Half-dollar. 
The standard of these coins conforms to that of the subsidiary coins of the 
United States. No distinctive gold coin is issued for the colony, British 
and United States gold coins supplying that need. 

Until 1908 coins for Canada were all struck in England, but in that year 
a mint was opened at Ottawa, where the coins of the colony are now struck, 
but with the same designs as before employed and with no distinguishing 
mark of the mint. 

Of much greater interest than the legitimate coinage of the country are 
the numerous and extensive series of bronze tokens that were issued by 
banks, tradesmen, and in some cases by speculators. Their types often 
show pronounced local influences, in which respect they are as important 
as from an economic point of view. 

123 



THE DOMINION OF CANADA AND 
NEWFOUNDLAND. 



CANADA. 

Victoria, A. D. 1837-1901. 

SILVER. 

1. 50 Cents, 1870. 6>5z.'. VICTORIA DEI GRATIA REGINA. 

Coroneted bust to right; below, CANADA. Rev. 50 | 
CENTS I 1870 I within a wreath of oak branches; crown 
between the ends of the branches of the wreath. Edge, 
reeded. 30 mm. 

2. 60 Cents, 1871. Similar to No. 1, except the date. 

3. 26 Cents, 1870. Legends and types similar to No. 1, but with 

25 I CENTS 1 1870 | within wreath on reverse. 24 mm. 

4. 26 Cents, 1872. Similar to No. 3, except the date. 
6. 25 Cents, 1885. Similar to No. 3, except the date. 

6. 20 Cents, 1858. Ohv.^\C10R\k DEI GRATIA REGINA. 

Bust to left, laureated; beneath, CANADA. Rev. 
20 I CENTS I 1858 | within oak wreath; a crown above. 
Edge, reeded, 23 mm. 

7. 10 Cents, 1858. Ohv. Similar to No. 6. Rev. 10 | cents | 

1858 I within oak wreath; a crown above. Edge, reeded. 
18 mm. 

8. 10 Cents, 1870. Similar to No. 7, except the date. 

9. 10 Cents, 1872. Similar to No. 7, except the date. 

10. 10 Cents, 1882. Similar to No. 7, except the date. 

11. 5 Cents, 1858. Similar to No. 7, except statement of 

value. 16 mm. 

12. 6 Cents, 1870. Similar to No. 11, except the date. 

124 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 125 
BEONZE. 

13. One cent, 1858. Ohv. VICTORIA DEI GRATIA RE- 

GIN A. Laureated bust to left, within beaded circle; 

below, CANADA. Rev. one | cent | 1858 | within a 

beaded circle, and a border of maple leaves. Edge 
plain. 26 mm. 

14. One cent, 1884. Similar to No. 13, but with coroneted 

bust to left on obverse. 

Edwa/rd YII, A. D. 1901-1910. 

silver. 

15. 50 Cents, 1902. Oh). EDWARDVS VII DEI GRATIA 

REX IMPERATOR. Crowned bust to right. Rev. 
50 I CENTS I CANADA | 1902 | within an oak wreath; a 
crown between ends of branches of the wreath. Edge, 
reeded. 30 mm. 

16. 50 Cents, 1908. Similar to No. 15, except the date. 

17. 10 Cents, 1902. Ohv. Similar to No. 15. Rev. 10 | cents 

I CANADA I 1902 I within an oak wreath, with crown 
above. Edge, reeded. 18 mm. 

18. 10 Cents, 1908. Similar to No. 17, except the date. 

19. 5 Cents, 1902. Similar to No. 15, except statement of 

value. 16 mm. 

20. 5 Cents, 1908. Similar to No. 19, except the date. 

BRONZE. 

21. One cent, 1902. Ohv. EDWARDVS VII DEI GRATIA 

REX IMPERATOR. Crowned bust to right, within 
beaded circle; below, on border, CANADA, Rev. 
Similar to No. 13, except the date. 

22. One cent, 1908. Similar to No. 21, except the date. 



126 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Victoria, A. D. 1837-1901. 

GOLD. 

23. Two dollars, 1865. Ohv. VICTORIA D:G:REG: Lau- 

reatedbust, to left; below, NEWFOUNDLAND. Rev. 
2 I DOLLARS I 1865 | within beaded circle; above, TWO 
HUNDRED CENTS; below, ONE HUNDRED 
PENCE. Edge, reeded. 18 mm. 

SILVER. 

24. 60 Cents, 1870. Ohv. Similar to No. 23. Rev. 50 | cents | 

1870 I within a beaded circle, and an ornamental border. 
Edge, reeded. 30 mm. 

26., 20 Cents, 1880. Legends and types similar to No. 24, but 
with 20 I CENTS I 1880 | on reverse. 

BRONZE. 

26. One cent, 1866. Ohv. VICTORIA D :G : REG: 

Laureated bust to left. Rev. A crown with the date 
beneath, within a beaded circle, surrounded with a 
wreath; above, ONE CENT; below, NEWFOUND- 
LAND. 26 mm. 

Edward VII, A. D. 1901-1910. 

SILVER. 

27. 60 Cents, 1904. 6>5v. EDWARDVS VII DEI GRATIA 

REX IMPERATOR. Crowned bust to right. Rev. 
50 j CENTS I 1904 within a curved line, whose ends ter- 
minate at bottom in scrolls; above, NEWFOUND- 
LAND. Edge, reeded. 30 mm. 

28. 20 Cents, 1904. Legends and types similar to No. 27, but 

with 20 I CENTS I 1904 | on reversB. 

29. 10 Cents, 1903. Legends and types similar to No. 27, but 

with 10 I CENTS I 1903 I on reverse. Edge, reeded. 18 
mm. 

30. 5 Cents, 1903. Legends and types similar to No. 27, but 

with 5 I CENTS I 1903 I on reverse. Edge, reeded. 16 
mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 127 
BRONZE. 

31. One cent, 1904. Ohv. Similar to No. 27. B&v. Similar 
to No. 26, except the date. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

32-33. AE. One cent, 1871. Obv. Bust of Queen Victoria to 
left. Rev. Four trees. 



TOKENS. 

BRONZE. 
NOVA SCOTIA. 

34-35. AE. One penny token, 1832. Ohv. Bust of William 
IV, laureated, to left. Rev. Thistle with two leaves. 

36. AE. Halfpenny token. 1832. As No. 35. 

37. AE. One penny token, 1843. Ohv. Bust of Victoria to 

left. Rev. As No. 35. 

38. AE. Halfpenny, 1843. As No. 37. 

39. AE. One cent, 1861. Ohv. Bust of Queen Victoria, lau- 

reate, to left. Rev. Crown and date within beaded 
circle and border of roses. 

HALIFAX. 

40. AE. Halfpenny, 1815. Ohv. Bust of George III, laureate, 

to right. Rev. Ship under sail. 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

41. AE. Penny token, 1843. Ohv. Head of Queen Victoria, 

coroneted, to left. Rev. A frigate sailing to left. 

42. AE. Halfpenny, 1843. As No. 41. 

PRINCE EDWARD ISIiAND. 

43. AE. Halfpenny, 1857. Ohv. PRINCE EDWARD IS- 

LAND— 1857. Rev. SELF | GOVERNMENT | 
AND I FREE I TRADE. 



128 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

44. AE. Halfpenny, undated. OU. SPEED THE PLOUGH. 

A plough. Rev. SUCCESS TO THE FISHERIES. 
A split codfish. 

MAGDAIiBN ISIiAND. 

45. AE. Penny token, 1816. Ohv. A seal. Rei). PiS, No. 44. 

CANADA. 

46. AE. Halfpenny. 1830. Ohv. CANADA 1830. Rev. HALF 

PENNY. 

47. AE. Halfpenny, 1844. Obv. PROVINCE OF CANADA. 

BANK OF MONTREAL. Front view of banking 
building. Rev. BANK TOKEN. Oval shield of arms. 

UPPER CANADA. 

48. AE. Halfpenny, 1833. Ohv. A yacht under sail. Rev. 

TO FACILITATE TRADE. A plough. 

49. AE. Halfpenny, 1850. Ohv. St. George and dragon, 

BANK OF UPPER CANADA. Rev. Anchor and 
. sword, crossed: above, a crown; below, two cornu- 
copiae. 

50. AE. Penny token, 1852. As No. 49. 

I.OWER CANADA. 

61. AE. 1 Sou, 1837. Ohv. PROVINCE DU BAS CAN- 
ADA. A Canadian farmer, standing facing. Rev. 
Canadian arms within garter. 

52. AE. 1 Sou, undated. Ohv. COMMERCE— BAS CAN- 

ADA. Two maple leaves, crossed. Rev. J^. ROY — 
MONTREAL UN \ SOU within a wreath. 

53. AE. 1 Sou, undated. Ohv. AGRICULTURE AND 

COMMERCE BAS CANADA. A bouquet. Rev. 
BANQUE DU PEUPLE. un | sou within a wreath 
of oak leaves. 

54. AE. 1 Sou, undated. Ohv. Similar to No. 53, but the 

stem of the bouquet is much longer. Rev. un | sou 
within a laurel wreath. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 129 
QUEBEC. 

55. AE. 2 Sous, 1852. Ohv. As No. 61. Rev. QUEBEC 

BANK TOKEN. A female seated by a rock, on the 
sea-shore, her right hand resting on a shield; ship in 
the offing. 

MISCBIiliANEOTJS. 

56. AE. Penny token, 1812. Ohv. Laureated bust of George 

III, within a thick wreath of oak leaves. R&o. Female 
seated to left, holding scales and cornucopise. 

57. AE. Halfpenny, 1812. As No. 56. 

58. AE. Ealfpenny, 1813. Ohv. TRADE AND NAVIGATION. 

Ashipsailing. Rev. PURE COPPER PREFERABLE 
TO P A P E R. Value within a circle. 

59. AE. Halfpenny, 1816. Ohv, THE ILLUSTRIOUS WEL- 

LINGTON. Bust of Wellington to left, laureate. 
Rev. WATERLOO HALFPENNY. 

1666°— 12 9 



THE MINTS AND COINAGE OF THE 
SPANISH- AMERICAN COLONIES. 



To the silver coinage of the Spanish- American mints, and later to the 
Mexican silver Dollar, justly belongs the title and distinction of interna- 
tional coinage — an importance that has marked comparatively few issues 
in the history of the world. But while other coinages as a rule acquired 
an international character through the extensive commercial relations of 
the issuing State, the Spanish-American and Mexican silver was rather 
drawn into that position because it was ready in abundant supply for the 
use of countries which had not yet been able to provide themselves with 
a sufficient currency, and for employment in commerce with the backward 
nations of the Orient. In our own country the "Spanish Pillar Dollar" 
and the "Spanish Milled Dollar," also widely known as the "Piece of 
Eight," early became the legal monetary unit for some if not for all the 
several colonies and later for the States (1783-1789). 

Enormous issues of paper currency authorized by the Congress from 
1775 to 1779 read payable in "Spanish Milled Dollars;" while ground 
leases dating from even later periods of the country's history, and still, or 
until recently, in force, were often drawn in the same monetary terms. 
In the domestic trade of the United States until 1857 Mexican coins were 
in general use, the Real and Medio real circulating under the popular 
names of the Levy and the Fippeny Bit. And in the commerce of the 
Orient, as is well known, the Mexican Peso early became, and has since 
continued to be, the standard unit of values; and Mexican silver forms 
the chief part of the medium of exchange in that commerce. 

It is this international character of these coinages which gives them a 
much greater importance to students of history or economics than would 
be warranted by the political and commercial history of the issuing 
countries, at least in the last century. 

In 1542 the Spanish colonies in America were formed into two viceroyal- 
ties, one in North America with Mexico as its capital city, the other in 
South America, of which Lima was the capital. In 1739 a third vice- 
royalty, that of New Granada, was created; and a short-lived fourth one 
was erected in 1776 with Buenos Aires as its capital city. In each of these 
viceroyalties a mint was established at an early date, and in some of them 
a second and a third mint became necessary because of the extensive pro- 
duction of the precious metals and the remoteness of mining centers from 
existing mints. The issues of the different American mints were, with 
occasional and unimportant exceptions, alike in respect to types and 
standard, and in the main constitute a single series, with a variety of mint- 
marks. 

131 



132 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

The first of the mints to be established in America was at the City of 
Mexico, in the reign of Charles I (Charles V of the Empire) by decree 
dated May 11, 1535. This mint was for the coinage of silver only, and the 
denominations first issued were the Peso, or "Piece of Eight," and its 
divisions, the Toston (4 Reales), 3 Reales, Peseta (2 Reales), the Real, 
Medio real (Half-real), and the Cuartino (Quarter-real). Of these denom- 
inations the 3 Real piece was soon discontinued, because of its frequent 
confusion with the Toston, from which it differed but slightly in size. 

In 1542 the viceroy, Antonio de Mendoza, made a futile effort to estab- 
lish a coinage of copper in Mexico, for the large issue of four and two 
Maravedi pieces was so ill-received that further coinage of that metal was 
not attempted. 

In the viceroyalty in South America the first mint was established at 
the capital city of Lima by Philip III (1598-1621); and by Philip IV a 
second and more important coinage establishment was opened at Potosi, 
in Bolivia, in 1650. The important mint at Santa Fe de Bogota soon fol- 
lowed in the reign of Charles II (1665-1700) in what afterwards became 
the viceroyalty of New Granada, and by Philip V (1701-1724-1746) the 
first mint in Central America was erected at Guatemala. 

In 1675 the American mints were accorded the right to coin gold. The 
denominations of the gold series were the Onza, called also the ' ' Doubloon, ' ' 
of eight escudos, the Media onza, of four escudos, the Cuartn de onza, the 
Escudo, and the Medio eseudo or gold Peso; and all these denominations 
were struck at some of the mints in the first year that the coinage of gold 
was authorized. 

The large production of the precious metals in the American colonies 
kept the Spanish mints very active, an activity that was doubtless consid- 
erably stimulated by l^al restrictions on the exportation of gold and silver 
bullion, for this restriction made it necessary to coin the metal in order to 
dispose of it in the channels of trade. Soon after the accession of Ferdi- 
nand VII to the throne of Spain the revolting Spanish colonies one by one 
achieved their independence, and any further notice of the history of their 
coinage deals with that of the various Republics then founded. 

The history of the types of Spanish coinage in Mexico falls into four 
periods. The first issues have for obverse type a crowned shield of arms — 
the arms of Leon, Castile, and Granada — and for the reverse two crowned 
pillars — the Pillars of Hercules — emerging from the sea; and across the 
field, the legend, PLVS VLTRA, with a figure between the pillars to indi- 
cate the value (PI. X, No. 1). In the second period, the types as well 
as the standard are the same as those of the coins of Spain, in accordance 
with a decree of Philip II, dated IMay 10, 1570. These types were the 
crowned shield of arms and the cross; and the American coins of that 
period are distinguished from the Spanish coins of Europe only by the 
additional ET INDIARVM in the title of the king, and by the mint-mark 
(PI. X, No. 2). However, the gold coinage of Charles II at the Mexican 
mint did not conform to the decree, but was issued with the old types of 
the Pillars of Hercules. Another change in the types took place in 1732, 
when in accordance with a decree of Philip V, issued in 1728, the cross 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 133 

on the reverse was supplanted by a type composed of two hemispheres 
crowned, above the sea, and flanked by the two crowned Pillars of Her- 
cules. To the Peso of this type was transferred the popular name of 
"Pillar Dollar," which had originated with the first issue above noted. 
Finally, on September 15, 1759, a decree was issued requiring the coins of 
the Spanish- American colonies to bear, for obverse type, the bust of the 
King, and although patterns for the new type of coins were approved in 
1761, yet it was not until 1772 that the first coins presenting the effigy of 
Charles III appeared. The type of the reverse for this period was the 
familiar one composed of a crowned shield of the arms of Castile, Leon, 
and Granada between the Pillars of Hercules. 

In addition to the series of coins regularly issued by the Spanish-Amer- 
ican mints, a large number of commemorative pieces are of the greatest 
interest. The events most frequently commemorated by these special 
issues were the accessions of the Spanish monarchs; and the proclamation 
coins issued, not only by the mints in the name of the State, but also, and 
even more important, those issued by cities and cathedrals, form a con- 
siderable series in all the denominations in silver. After the Spanish 
domination had come to an end and independent Republics had succeeded, 
the issuing of commemorative coins, and coins that were memorials to dis- 
tinguished generals or civil magistrates, became even more frequent. The 
series of coins, by thus adding a certain medallic character, possess thereby 
a greatly enhanced historical interest and importance. 

The standard of the colonial coinage of Spain was the same as that of the 
mother country; and while there is considerable variation from the normal 
in a large percentage of the pieces, it is approximately as follows: Gold, 
before 1772, 22 carats or 917 thousandths fine; 1772-1785, 21 J carats or 896 
thousandths fine; and after 1785, 21 carats or 875 thousandths fine. The 
weight of the Onza or Doubloon remained 418 grains throughout. 

Silver, before 1772, 11 dineros or 917 thousandths fine, and after 1772, 
10 dineros 20 granos or 903 thousandths fine. The weight of the Peso was, 
normally, 412 grains both in the earlier and later periods. 



MEXICO UKDER SPAIN. 



CITY OF MEXICO. 

Charles land his mother Joanna, A. D. 1521-1566. 

SILVER. 

1. Toston, undated. 6>J?;. CAROLUS: ET: lOHANA : REGES. 

A crowned shield of the arms of Leon and Castile, 
quarterly, with a pomegranate on the base; at sides, 
L. - M. Bev. HISPANIARVM : ET : INDIARVM. 
Two crowned pillars, standing in the sea; across the 

field, ^^^ " ^^^ " ^^^- 31mm.;186.5gr8. P1.X,1. 

2. Toston, undated. Similar to No. 1, but with at left of 

the shield, on obverse. 34 mm.; 186.5 grs. 

3. Toston, undated. Similar to No. 1, but with G at the left 

of the shield on obverse. 33 mm. ; 188 grs. 



4. Real, undated. Ohv. CAROLVS: ET: 10 HANA: REGES. 
ArmsasNo. 1; at sides, G. - M. Bev. HISPANI- 
ARVM : ET : INDIARVM. Type similar to No. 1, 
but reading PLV - SVL - TRA across field. 26 mm. 
49 grs. 

6. Real, undated. Similar to No. 4, but with J to left and M 
to right of the shield. 27 mm. ; 56 grs. 

Philip II, A. D. 1556-1598. 

SILVEB. 

6. Toston, undated. Oh). PHILIP[PVS] II. - DEI GRATIA. 
A crowned shield of arms; at sides, M | - M. Bev. 
HISPANIARVM ET INDIARVM. REX. A cross, 
with lions and castles in the angles, within a tressure 
of four arches. 32 mm. ; 210.5 grs. 
134 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 135 

PUUp III, A. D. 1598-1621. 

SILVER. • 

7. Peso, 1611. Ohv. Across. RE I. fCl. 1611. Rev. Plain. 

33 X 40 mm. A crudely made, cast piece of eight sides 
of varying lengths. 588 grs. 

8. Peso, 1621. 6>5v. PHILIPPVS. III. DEI. G. 1621. A 

crowned shield of the royal arms; at sides: (left) m^. | d. ; 
(right) 8 (reales). Eev. I S P A N I A R V M . ET. I N . D I A- 
RVM. REX. A cross, with the arms of Leon and 
Castile in the angles, within a tressure of four arches; 
the whole within a circle of annulets. 46 mm. 414.5 
grs. 

Philip IV, A. D. 1621-1665. 

SILVER. 

9. Peso, 1629. An irregular, so-called "Cob" Peso. Olv. 

PHILIPPVS nil. DEI G. 1629. A crowned shield of 
arms; at sides, (left) o | m | d, (right) 8. Bev. HIS- 
PANIARVM. ET. IN.DIARVM.REX. A cross with 
arms of Leon and Castile in angles, within a tressure 
of four arches. 47 mm. ; 414 grs. 

Philip V, A. D. 1700-1746. 

GOLD. 

10. Media onza, 1739. Ohv. PHILIP. V. D. G. HISPAN. ET 

IND. REX. Bust, in cuirass, to right; below, 1739. 
Bev. INITIUM SAPIENTIAETIMOR DOMINI. A 
crowned shield of arms of Leon and Castile, quartered; 
at sides (left), f | m between rosettes, (right) 4, between 
rosettes; below, *M*. Edge, obliquely hatched. 
30 mm.; 208.5 grs. 

11. Cuarta de onza, 1745. Legends and types similar to No. 

10, but with numeral 2 to right of shield, on reverse. 
Edge, obliquely hatched. 23 mm. ; 204 grs. 



136 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

8ILVEE. 

12. Pesp, 1714. OU. PHILIPPVS. V. DEI. G. 1714. A 

crowned shield of arms; at sides, (left) m° j j, (right) 8. 
^^v. HISPANIARVM.ET.INDIARVM.REX. Simi- 
lar to No. 9. 40 mm.; 406 grs. PI. X, 2. 

13. Peso, 1731. Irregular, thick piece, of eight sides. Obv. 

(PHILIPPVS. V. DE)I. G. 1731. The left side of a 
crowned shield, and mm. M°. Rem. I I I I I - A 
cross, within a tressure of four arches. 30 x 35 mm. ; 
414.5 grs. ^ 

14. Peso, 1735. Nearly square. 6>J^. (PHI)LIPPVS. V.DEI. 

G . 1 735. Similar to No. 12, but with m | f to left, and 
M" I storightoftheshield. ^ev. HISPANIARVM.ET. 
INDIARVM.REX. Type similar to No. 9. 35x37 mm.; 
389 grs. 

15. Peso, 1737. Ohv. PHILIP. V. D. G. HISPAN . ET. IND . 

REX. A crowned shield of the arms of Leon and Castile, 
quartered, with three lilies on an inescutcheon and a 
pomegranate on the base; at sides, M | F - 8. Reo. 
• VTRAQUE VNUM •. The two hemispheres, 
crowned, between two crowned pillars of Hercules, 
which stand in the sea; about each pillar, a scroll in- 
scribed (left) plus (right) ultra; below M * 1737 * IVI. 
Edge, a wreath. 38 mm. ; 414 grs. PI. X, 3. 

16. Peso, 1738. Similar to No. 15, except date. 

17. Peso, 1740. Similar to No. 15, except date. 

18. Peso, 1743. Similar to No. 15, except date. 

19. Peso, 1744. Similar to No. 15, except date. 



20. Toston, 1742. Legends and types similar to No, 15, but 

reading M | F - 4 at sides of shield. 31 mm. 

21. Toston, 1744. Similar to No. 20, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 137 

22. Peseta, 1736. Legends and types similar to No. 15, but 

reading R - 2 at sides of siiield. 22 mm. 

23. Peseta, 1742» Obv. PHS.V. D.G. HISP.ET IND.R. 

Similar to No. 5. Ren. • VTRA QUE VNUM •. 
As No. 15; below, fCl • 1742 • fvl 

24. Peseta, 1744. Similar to No. 23, except date. 



25. Eeal, 1734. Ohv. Same type as No. 15; at sides of shield, 

M I F - (right) cross, between two rosettes. Rev. 
Same type as No. 15, but the scrolls read (left) plu. 
(right) vltr; below, M * 1734 * fCl. Edge, wreath. 

20 mm. 

26. Real, 1735. Similar to No. 25, except date. 

27. Eeal, 1736. Similar to No. 25, except date. 

28. Real, 1738. Similar to No. 25, except date. 

29. Real, 1743. Ohv, PHS. V. D. G. HISP. ET IND. R. 

Crowned shield of arms of Leon and Castile, quarterly; 
at sides, (left) r, (right) l. Rev. VTRA QUE 
VNUM. Type as No. 15; below, fVl. 1745. M. 

21 mm. 

30. Real, 1747. Similar to No. 142, except date. 



31. Medio real, 1731. Ohv. PHILIPPVS (in monogram) V. 

D.G. 1731 ; at left of monogram, M | j, to right, J^ 
Rev. HISP.ET. I NDIARVM.R.EX. A cross, with 
lions and castles in angles. IT mm. 

32. Medio real, 1738. Obi). PHS.V. D.G. HISP.ET IND.R. 

Shield of arms similar to No. 15; at sides, m | f — a sal tire 
between two rosettes. Rem. Legend and type similar 
to No. 15; below, rv1.1738.M. 17 mm. 

33. Medio real, 1740. Similar to No. 32, except date. 

34. Medio real, 1746. Similar to No. 32, but with a rosette at 

each side of shield on obverse. 



138 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

Ferdinand VI, A. D. 171,6-1759. 

GOLD. 

35. Media onza, 1759. Ohv. FERDIND. VI. D. G. HISPAN. 

ET I N D. REX. Bust, in cuirass, to right; below, 1 759. 
Rm. NOMINA MAGNA SEQUOR. A crowned shield 
of the arms of Leon and Castile, quartered; below 
M • iCl * M . 31 mm. ; 208.2 grs. PI. IX, 1. 

SILVER. 

36. Peso, 1749. Ohv. FERDND.VI.D.G. HISPAN. ET IND. 

R EX. Type similar to No. 15. Rev. Similar to No. 15, 
except the date. 40 mm. ; 414 grs. 

37. Peso, 1761. Similar to No. 36, except date. 

38. Peso, 1767. Similar to No. 36, except date. 



39. Toston, 1757. Ohv. FERDND. VI. D. G. - HISPAN. ET 

IND. REX*. ' Sunilarto No. 16, but with M | M at 
left of the shield, on obverse. Rev. Similar to No. 15. 

40. Peseta, 1749. 6>^'. FRD.VI.D.G.HISP.ET I ND. R. Sim- 

ilar to No. 15. R&v. Similar to No. 15, except date. 

41. Peseta, 1753. Similar to No. 40, except date. 

42. Peseta, 1756. Similar to No. 40, except date. 



43. Real, 1748. Ohv. FRD. VI. D. G. HISP. ET IND. R. 

Similar to No. 15. Reu. Similar to No. 15. 21 mm. 

44. Real, 1749. Similar to No. 43, except date. PI. X, 5. 

45. Real, 1761. Similar to No. 43, except date. 

46. Real, 1764. Similar to No. 43, except date. 



47. Medio real, 1749. Ohv. FRD. VI. D. G. ET IND. R. 

Similar to No. 15. Rev. \/TRA QUE VNUM. 
Similar to No. 15. PI. X, 5. 

48. Medio real, 1757. Similar to No. 47, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 139 

Charles III, A. D. 1760-1788. 

GOLD. 

49. Onza, 1774. Ohv. CAROL. III. D. G. — HISP. 
ET. I N D. R. Bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; 
below, 1 774. Countermarked, on the head, 16, within 
an oval. Eev. IN UTROQ. FELIX AUSPICE DEO. 
A crowned shield of royal arms within collar of the 
Golden Fleece; at sides, value, 8 - e; below, lAI — "J "lAI 
Edge, obliquely hatched. 39 mm.; 432 grs. 

60. Escudo, 1771. Ohv. CAR. III. D. G. — HISP. 
ET. IND. R. Bust, in cuirass, to right; below, 1771. 
Rev. IN UTROQ. FELIX. A crowned shield of arms 
of Leon and Castile; below, M. M. F. 18 mm.; 62.5 
grs. 

SILVER. 

51. Peso, 1760. Proclamation piece. Ohv. CAROL.II I.D.G. 
HISPN. REX.MEXIC.PROCLAM. Bust to right, 
cuirassed and draped; below the mantle hangs the badge 
of the Golden Fleece; beneath bust, a.b.madero; below, 
onborder, • 1760. Eev. IMPERATOR INDIARUM. 
A crowned shield of arms, flanked with flowers; below, 

CONSVLATUS. Edge, NEC NON IN OMNI GLORIA SUA 
CONSIDERATE . . . LINA. 40 mm. 

62. Peso, 1761. Ohv. CAROLVS.III.D.G.HISPAN.ET IND. 

REX. A crowned shield of the arms of Leon and Cas- 
tile, quartered, three lilies on an inescutcheon, and a 
pomegranate on the base; at sides, m | m - 8. Rev. 
• VTRAQUEVNUM •. The two hemispheres, 
crowned, between the two pillars of Hercules, which 
stand in the sea; about each pillar, a scroll inscribed 
(left) PLUS (right) ultra; below, IVI • 1761 * fvl. 
Edge, laurel wreath. 38.5 mm. 

63. Peso, 1762. Similar to No. 52, except date. 

64. Peso, 1763. Similar to No. 52, but with m | f at left of the 

shield and the date 1763. 

66. Peso, 1764. Similar to No. 54, except date. 
56. Peso, 1766. Similar to No. 54, except date. 



140 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

67. Peso, 1768. Similar to No. 54, except date. 

58. Peso, 1773. Ohv. CAROiyS. III. - DEI. GRATIA. 

Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1773. Bev. HISPAN.ET IND.REX.I^.SR. P.M. A 
crowned shield of the arms of Leon and Castile, quar- 
tered, with three lilies on an inescutcheon and a pome- 
granate on the base, between two pillars; about the 
pillars, a scroll inscribed (left) plus - (right) ultra. 
Edge, oaoao. 40 mm. 

59. Peso, 1774. Similar to No. 58, except date. 40 mm. 

60. Peso, 1776. Similar to No. 58, except date. 39 mm. 

61. Peso, 1777. Similar to No. 58, except date. 38.5 mm. 

62. Peso, 1778. Similar to No. 58, but reading fCl.BR.F.F. in 

the legend on the reverse, and dated 1778. PI. X, 4. 

63. Peso, 1779. Similar to No. 62, except date. 

64. Peso, 1780. Similar to No. 62, except date. 

65. Peso, 1781. Similar to No. 62, except date. 

66. Peso, 1782. Similar to No. 62, except date. 

67. Peso, 1783. Similar to No. 62, except date. 

68. Peso, 1784. Similar to No. 62, except date. 

69. Peso, 1785. Similar to No. 62, except date. 

70. Peso, 1786. Similar to No. 62, except date. 

71. Peso, 1787. Similar to No. 62, except date. 

72. Peso, 1788. Similar to No. 62, except date. 



73. Toston, 1768. Ohv. CAROL 1 1 1.D.G.HISPAN. ET IND. 

REX. Type similar to No. 52. Jiev. Similar to No. 52. 

74. Toston, 1773. Ohv. As No. 58. Bev. H I S PA N . ET I N D. 

REX. lA|.4R.lAld- Type as No. 58. 33 mm. 

75-76. Toston, 1777. Similar to No. 74, but with iCl . 4 R . F. M . 
erect, in legend on reverse. 

77. Toston, 1779. Similar to No. 74, but with F. F. in the 
legend on reverse. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 141 

78. Toston, 1783. Similar to No. 77, except date. 

79. Toston, 1788. Similar to No. 77, except date. 



80. Peseta, 1761. Olv. CAR.III. D.G. HISP.ET IND.R. 

Similar to No. 52. Rev. •VTRA QUE VNUM* 
Similar to No. 52, except date. 

81. Peseta, 1763. Similar to No. 80, except date. 

82. Peseta, 1771. Similar to No. 80, except date. 

83. Peseta, 1772. Ohv. As No. 58. Rev. H I S PA N . ET I N D. 

REX. 1^ 2 R. |/\|- j- Type as No. 58. Edge, cacao. 
28 mm. 

84. Peseta, 1774. Similar to No. 83. but with U 2R. F. M. 

written erect, on reverse. 

85. Peseta, 1776. Similar to No. 84, except date. 

86. Peseta, 1781. Similar to No. 84, but with F. F. in legend, 

on the reverse. 

87. Peseta, 1782. Sunilar to No. 86, except date. 

88. Peseta, 1784. Similar to No. 86, except date. 

89. Peseta, 1785. Similar to No. 86, except date. 

90. Peseta, 1786. Similar to No. 86, except date. 



91. Real, 1763. Ohv. CAR. III. D. G. HISP. ET IND. R. 

Similar to No. 52. Rev. Similar to No. 52, except date. 

92. Real, 1774. Olv. Similar to No. 58. Rev. HISPAN. ET 

IND. REX. IVi 1 R. F. M. Same type as No. 58. 
22 mm. 

93. Real, 1776. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

94. Real, 1778. Similar to No. 92, but reading F. F. in 

legend on reverse. 

96. Real, 1779. Similar to No. 94, except date. 

96. Real, 1780. Similar to No. 94, except date. 

97. Real, 1781. Similar to No. 94, except date. 

98. Real, 1782. Similar to No. 94, except date. 



142 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

99. Real, 1783. Similar to No. 94, except date. 

100. Real, 1784. Similar to No. 94, except date. 

101. Real, 1786. Similar to No. 92, except date. 



102. Medio real, 1763. Ohv. CAR. III. D. G. HISP. ET 

IND. R. Crowned shield of arms, with a rosette at 
each side. Bev, As No. 52. 

103. Medio real, 1768. Similar to No. 102, except date. 

104. Medio real, 1771. Similar to No. 102, except date. 

105. Medio real, 1772. Ohv. Similar to No. 58. Rev. H I S PA N . 

ET IND. REX. |/\j. j. |/\i. Same type as No. 68. 17 mm. 

106. Medio real, 1774. Similar to No. 105, but with IVI. F. M. 

in the legend on the reverse written erect. 

107. Medio real, 1775. Similar to No. 105, but reading M. 

F. F. in the legend on the reverse. 

108. Medio real, 1779. Similar to No. 107, except date. 

109. Medio real, 1781. Similar to No. 107, except date. 

110. Medio real, 1782. Similar to No. 107, except date. 

111. Medio real, 1783. Similar to No. 107, except date. 

112. Medio real, 1786. Similar to No. 106, except date. 

Charles IV, A. D. 1789-1808. 

GOLD. 

113. Onza, 1794. Ohv. CAROL. MM. D. G. — HISP. 

ET IND. R. Bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; be- 
low, 1794. Rev. IN UTROQ. FELIX AUSPICE DEO. 
Crowned shield of royal arms within collar of the 
Golden Fleece; at sides, 8 - E; below, M. - P.M. 
37 mm. ; 417 grs. 

114. Onza, 1797. Similar to No. 113, except date; 417.5 grs. 

PI. IX, 2. 

115. Media onza, 1794. Legends and types similar to No. 113, 

but with numeral 4 to left of shield, and E to right. 
30 mm.; 2P8.5 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. ' 143 

115a. Cuartade onza, 1789. Obv. CAROL.IV.D.G. - HISP. 
ET IND.R. Cuirassed bust to right; below, 1789. 
Rev. IN.UTROQ. - FELIX.A.D. Crowned shield of 
royal arms within collar of the Golden Fleece; at sides, 
1 - S.; below, fCl - F M. Edge, obliquely hatched. 
19 mm. ; 52 grs. 

SILVER. 

116. Peso, 1789. Obv. CAROLUS. IV. — DEI. GRA- 

TIA. Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; 
below, 1789. R&o. HISPAN. ET IND. REX. IVI. 8 
R. F. M. Between two pillars, a crowned shield of 
the arms of Leon and Castile, with three lilies on an 
inescutcheon and a pomegranate on the base; about 
the pillars, a scroll inscribed (left) plus - (right) ultra. 
Edge, oaoao. 39 mm. ; 414 grs. 

117. Peso, 1790. Similar to No. 116, except date. 

118. Peso, 1791. Similar to No. 116, but with the King's 

title reading CAROLUS. 1 1 1 1, and the date, 1 791 . 

119. Peso, 1792. Similar to No. 118, except date. 

120. Peso, 1793. Similar to No. 118, except date. 

121. Peso, 1794. Similar to No. 118, except date. 

122. Peso, 1796. Similar to No. 118, but countermarked on 

obverse with bust, to right, of George 111, of England. 

123. Peso, 1797. Similar to No. 118, except date. 

124. Peso, 1798. Similar to No. 118, except date. 

125. Peso, 1799. Similar to No. 118, except date. 

126. Peso, 1800. Similar to No. 118, except date. 

127. Peso, 1801. Similar to No. 118, but reading rvl . 8 R. F. T. 

in legend on reverse, and the date, 1801. 

128. Peso, 1802. Similar to No. 127, except date. 

129. Peso, 1803. Similar to No. 127, except date. 

130. Peso, 1804. Similar to No. 118, but reading fVI . 8 R. T. H . 

in legend on the reverse. 

131. Peso, 1805. Similar to No. 130, except date. 



144 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

132. Peso, 1806. Similar to No. 130, except date. 

133. Peso, 1807. Similar to No. 130, except date. 

134. Peso, 1808. Similar to No. 130, except date. 



135. Toston, 1789. Pattern, in bronze, of Proclamation Toston. 

Ohv. A. CARLOS. IV. REY. DE. ESPANA. Y. DE. 
LAS. YNDIAS. A crowned shield of arms of Leon 
and Castile, between two crowned pillars. Mm. pro- 

CLAMADO. EN. MEXI | CO. ANO.DE | 1789 | *4R* | within 

a laurel wreath. Edge, oaocuon 35 mm. 

136. Toston, 1790. Ohv. Similar to No. 116. R&o. HI SPAN. 

ET IND. REX. rCl. 4R. P.M. Arms as No. 116. 

137. Toston, 1792. Similar to No. 136, but with the reading 

CAROLUS 1 1 1 1 in the title on obverse. 

138. Toston, 1793. Similar to No. 137, except date. 

139. Toston, 1805. Similar to No. 137, but reading fVI. 4R. 

T. H . in legend on reverse. 

140. Toston, 1806. Similar to No. 139, except date. 

141. Toston, 1808. Similar to No. 139, except date. 



142. Peseta, 1789. Proclamation piece. Ohv. A. CARLOS. IV. 

REY. DE. ESPANA. Y. DE. LAS. YNDIAS. A 
crowned shield of arms of Leon and Castile, quartered, 
between two crowned pillars. Rev, proclama | do * 

EN * MEXI I CO * AND * DE | 1789 | *2R* | within a 

laurel wreath. Edge, cacao. 

143. Peseta, 1789. Pattern, in bronze, of No. 142. 

144. Peseta, 1800. Ohv, CAROLUS. MM. DEI. GRATIA. 

Laureated bust, in armor and mantle, to right; below, 
1800. Rev. HISPAN. ET IND. REX. fvl. 2R. F. M. 
Type similar to No. 116. 

146. Peseta, 1802. Similar to No. 144, but reading fVl. 2 R. 
F. T. in the legend on reverse. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 145 

146. Peseta, 1805. Similar to No. 144, but reading fVI. 2 R. 

T. H . in the legend on reverse. 

147. Peseta, 1806. Similar to No. 146, except date. 

148. Peseta, 1807. Similar to No. 146, except date. 



149. Real, 1789. Proclamation piece. Oh). A*CARLOS* 
IV*REY*DE*ESPANA*Y*DE*LAS*INDIAS. 
Crowned shield of arms, between two pillars. Rev. 

PROCLAMA- I DO* EN* MEXI- | CO* AND* DE | 1789 | 

* IR*. Edge, oaoao. 21 mm. 

160. Real, 1792. Ohv, Similar to No. 144. Bev. HI SPAN. 

ET IND. REX. iCl.lR.F.M. Arms, as No. 116. 

161. Real, 1793. Similar to No. 150, except date. 

162. Real, 1797. Similar to No. 150, except date. 

163. Real, 1800. Similar to No. 150, except date. 

154. Real, 1801. Similar to No. 150, but with iCl.l R.F.T. in 

legend on reverse, and date, 1801. 

155. Real, 1804. Similar to No. 150, but with lCl.1 R.TH. in 

legend on reverse, and date, 1804. 

166. Real, 1806. Similar to No. 155, except date. 
157. Real, 1807. Similar to No. 155, except date. 



158. Medio real, 1789. Proclamation piece. Oh). A * CAR- 

LOS* IV* REY* - DE*ESPANA*-Y* DE* LAS* 
Y N D I AS * . Crowned shield of the arms of Leon and 
Castile, between two crowned pillars. Bev. proclama- | 

DO * EN * MEXI- I CO * AND * DE | 1789 | * | Edge, 

ono. 17 mm. 

159. Medio real, 1792. Ohv. CAROLUS. Mil. DEI. GRA- 

TIA. Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; 
below, 1792. Bev. HISPAN. ET IND. R. fCl. F. M. 
Same type as No. 116. 

160. Medio real, 1797. Similar to No. 159, except date. 

161. Medio real, 1800. Similar to No. 159, except date. 

1666°— 12 10 



146 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

162. Medio real, 1801. Similar to No. 159, but with fCl . FT. 

in legend on reverse. 

163. Medio real, 1803. Similar to No. 162, except date. 

164. Medio real, 1804. Similar to No. 162, except date. 

165. Medio real, 1806. Similar to No. 162, except date. 



166. Cuartino, 1792. Ohv. Lion. Rev. Castle. 

167. Cuartino, 1797. Ohv. Lion. Bev. Castle; to left, M; 

to right, 1/4; below, 1797. 

168. Cuartino, 1802. Similar to No. 167, except date. 

169. Cuartino, 1807. Similar to No. 167, except date. PI. X, 7. 

170. Cuartino, 1808. Similar to No. 167, except date. 

Ferdinand VII, A. D. 1808-18M. 

GOLD. 

171. Onza, 1809. Ohv. FERDIN. VII. D. G. — HISP. 

ET I N D. R. Bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; be- 
low, 1809. Rev. IN UTROQ. FELIX AUSPICE DEO. 
Within collar of the Golden Fleece, a crowned shield 
of roj^al arms; at sides of shield, 8 - E; below, M - 
H. J. 39 mm.; 417 grs. 

172. Media onza, 1812. Legends and types similar to No. 171, 

but reading 4 - S at sides of shield of arms. 30. 5 mm. ; 
208.5 grs. 

GUADAIjAXARA. 

173. Onza, 182L 0^. FERDIN. VII. D. G. — HISP. 

ET I N D. REX. Laureated bust, nude, to right; below, 
1821. Rev. Similar to No. 171, but with G^. - F. S. 
below the arms. 36.5 mm.; 410 grs. PI. IX, 3. 

SILVER. 

174. Peso, 1808. Proclamation piece. Ohv. FERDINANDO. 

VII. REY. DE. ESPANA. Y. DE. LAS. YNDIAS. 
Crowned shield of the arms of Leon and Castile; 
around border, pellets. Rev. pkoclama | do in Mex- 
ico I A 13. DE AGOST. I DEL AND DE | * 1808 * ; the wholo 

within a laurel wreath; around border, pellets. Edge, 
oaoao. 40 mm.; 416.5 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 147 

175. Peso, 1809. Olv. FERDIN. VII. — DEI. GRA- 

TIA. Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; 
below, 1809. Rev. HISPAN. ET IND. REX. IVI. 8 
R. T. H. Between two pillars, a crowned shield of 
the arms of Leon and Castile, with three lilies on an 
inescutcheon and a pomegranate on the base; about 
the pillars, a scroll inscribed (left) plus - (right) ultra. 
39 mm. ; 414 grs. 

176. Peso, 1810. Similar to No. 175, but with bust in mantle 

only, and with M . 8 R. H . J . in the legend on the reverse; 
and the date, 1 81 0. 

177. Peso, 1813. Similar to No. 175, but with IVI. 8 R. J. J. in 

the legend on the reverse, and the date, 181 3. 

178. Peso, 1815. Similar to No. 177, except date. 

179. Peso, 1821. Similar to No. 177, except date. 

SAN FRANCISCO YXTLAHUACA, STATE OF MEXICO. 

180. Peso, 1809. Proclamation peso. Ohv. FERNANDOVII. 

REY DE ESPANA Y DE LAS INDIAS. Bust 
to right; beneath, f. gordillo. f. m°. Rev. procla- 

CO A 

MADO I EN LA VILLA DE S. | FRAN. TXTLAHUAC | POR D. 
JUAN GARCIA | DE LA CUESTA ADMO^./dE CORREOS. A"./ 

1809; above, garland of laurel and flowers; below, a 
festoon. Edge, plain. 41 mm. 

DURANGO. 

181. Peso, 1822. Types similar to No. 175, but with 0°. 8 R. 

C. G. in legend on reverse, and the date, lS22. 

GUANAXUATO. 

182. Peso, 1822. Types similar to No. 175, but with G^. 8 R. 

J . M . in legend on reverse. 

GTJADAIiAXABA. 

183. Peso, 1821. Types similar to No. 175, but with G^. 8 R. 

F. S. in legend on reverse. 

ZACATECAS. 

184-185. Peso, 1820. Types similar to No. 176, but reading Z^ 
8R. A. G. in legend on reverse, and dated 1820. 

186. Peso, 1821. Similar to No. 184, except date. 

187. Peso, 1822. Similar to No. 184, except date. 



148 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 
CITY OF MEXICO. 

188. Toston, 1811. Ohv. FERDIN. VII. — DEI. GRATIA. 

Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1811. Rev. HISPAN. ET IND. REX. iCl 4R. H. J. 
Arms as No. 175. 

QTTADAI^AXABA. 

189. Toston, 1814. Legends and types similar to No. 188, but 

reading G^ 4 R. M.R. in the legend on the reverse. 



190. Peseta, 1808. Proclamation piece. Ohv. FERNANDO. 

VII. REY. DE. ESPANA. Y. DE. LAS. YNDIAS. A 
crowned shield of arms. Rev. proclama | do en 

MEXICO I A. 13. DE AGOST. | DEL ANO DE. | 1808. within 

a laurel wreath. 28 mm. 

SAN I.TJI8 P0T08I. 

191. Peseta, 1820. OU. FERDND. VII. DEI GRATIA. 

Bust similar to No. 175. Reo. HISPAN. ET IND. 
REX. P. 2R. F. M. Similar to No. 175. 

ZACATBCAS. 

192. Peseta, 1819. 6>^. Similar to No. 175. ^6^^. HISPAN. 

ET I N D. REX. Zs 2R. A. G. Type similar to No. 175. 

193. Peseta, 1820. Similar to No. 192, except date. 

194. Peseta, 1821. Similar to No. 192, except date. 

CHIAPA DB IiOS INT>IOS, STATE OF IjAS CHIAPAS. 

196. Pesetar, 1808. Proclamation piece. Ohv. FERNANDO. 
VII . REY . DE . ESPANA . Y . DE . SUS . INDIAS. 
A crowned shield of arms between two pillars; beneath, 

2 R. Rev. PRO I CLAM ADO I EN CIUDAD | R. DE CHI A- j 

PA. ANO I 1808, within a laurel wreath. Edge, ocuoao. 
27 mm. 

XAIjAPA, state OF VERA CRUZ. 

196. Peseta, 1808. Proclamation piece. Ohv. FERNANDO 
VII REY DE ESPANA Y DE LAS INDIAS. A 
crowned shield of the arms of Leon and Castile, within 
beaded circle. Rev. EN SU PROCLAMACION. be- 
tween a broad ornamental border and a beaded circle; 
within the circle, la villa | de xalapa en | 29 de sep | 

TIEMBRE. DE I *1808*. 27 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 149 
CITY OP MEXICO. 

197. Real, 1809. OU, FERDIN. VII. - DEI GRATIA. 

Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1809. R&o, HISPAN.ET IND.REX.rv1. 1R. T.H. 
Arms as No. 175. PI. X, 6. 

ZACATECAS. 

198. Real, 1821. Similar to No. 197, but the legend on re- 

verse reading, HiSPAN. ET IND.REX. Z^. 1R.A.G. 



CITY OF MEXICO. 

199. Medio real, 1809. Olv. Similar to No. 197. R&o. HIS- 

PAN. ET IND.R.fvl.H.J. SimilartoNo.l75.Pl. X, 6. 

200. Medio real, 1811. Similar to No. 199, except date. 

201. Medio real, 1812. Similar to No. 199, but with H.T. in 

legend on reverse. 

202. Medio real, 1817. Similar to No. 199, but with IVI.J.J. 

in legend on reverse, and the bust with mantle only. 

203. Medio real, 1821. Similar to No. 202, except date. 

ZACATECAS. 

204. Medio real, 1821. Similar to No. 199, but reading Z^. R. G. 

in legend on reverse. 17 mm. 



CITY OP MEXICO. 



205. Cnartino, 1809. Olv. Lion. Ren. Castle; to left, M; to 

right, 1/4; below, 1809. 

206. Cnartino, 1810. Similar to No. 205, except date. 

207. Cnartino, 1811. Similar to No. 205, except date. 

208. Cnartino, 1815. Similar to No. 205, except date. 

209. Cnartino, 1816. Similar to No. 205, except date. 



MEXICO. 



The long war of the Mexican Revolution (1810-1822) produced not only 
permanent changes in the coins of the country, but also equally enduring 
innovations in the mint establishment of Mexico. For the insecurity of 
the avenues of transportation on account of the irregular warfare, and 
especially the conditions which required the generals of both sides on 
several occasions to issue coins on their own authority to support their 
military operations, caused the establishment of temporary mints, many 
of which subsequently became permanent. The list of the Mexican mints 
at the end of this brief sketch shows how many of them date their exist- 
ence from the years of greatest military operations. 

The emergency mints thus set up lacked, of course, the necessary ma- 
chinery for the manufacture of coins, and recourse was had to the simple 
process of casting in molds produced from a coin, and also to the primitive 
method of striking with a hammer a planchet that had been made by the 
same means. Of the necessity coinages the well-known issues of General 
Vargas, and of General Morelos in command of the Army of the South, are 
especially interesting. The necessity coins of the former were issued at 
Sombrerete, and were made by means of the hammer and puncheons 
(No. 222 ff. ). The planchets of these pieces were produced by means of a 
hammer. The types consist chiefly of the name VARGAS and minor 
characters in the field. 

The coins issued by Morelos were in silver in all the current denomina- 
tions, and a large issue of bronze with the indicated values of the current 
silver series. These necessity coins, both silver and bronze, were cast and 
are very irregular, both in shape and size, especially the bronze. The 
types consist, for the obverse, of a bow with fixed arrow, beneath which is 
the word SUD, "Army of the South ;" and on the reverse, in three lines, 
the mongram of Morelos, the value, and the date. (No. 225 ff.) 

After several years of desultory warfare, in which the republican cause 
seemed completely lost and the leaders scattered, a new revolution was 
started in February, 1821, by Don Augustin Iturbide, a native Mexican, 
whom the Spanish viceroy had placed at the head of the Army. Supplied 
with ample funds, which he had secured by seizing the military chest, the 
revolutionary movement quickly succeeded and Mexico became independ- 
ent by treaty with Spain, signed at Cordova, Mexico, August 24 of the same 
year. On May 19, 1822, the regency of thirty-six leading citizens pro- 
claimed Iturbide emperor, with the title of Augustin I. 

The coinage of this brief empire continued the Spanish system. The 
types of Augustin' s coins bear on the obverse his portrait and the title 
AUGUSTINUS DEI PROVIDENTIA, and on reverse the arms of the 

151 



152 OATAIX)QUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

new empire (PI. XI, 3). In March of 1823 Iturbide renounced the 
Imperial Crown and was allowed to quit the country. Immediately a 
provisional government waa formed, at the head of which were Generals 
Guadalupe Victoria, Bravo, and N^rete, an arrangement that continued 
until in October of 1824. The coinage of this provisional government 
waa the forerunner of the coinage of the later Republic in respect to both 
types and standard. The eagle on the coins of that year, 1824, is stand- 
ing to left and the wings are upraised in his struggle with the serpent 
which he is grasping in beak and claw; above is the legend REPUBLIC A 
MEXICANA. 

The fineness of the new republican coins is indicated in the inscription 
on the reverse, the 10 D(inero8) 20 G(ranos) of fine silver to the mark 
being equivalent to 903 thousandths fine. This standard was continued 
by the Republic as was also the type of the reverse, that of a liberty cap 
in a glory. 

On the coins of the Federal Republic, which was established by the 
adoption of the constitution in October, 1824, the eagle stands upon the 
nopal plant with his wings displayed and the head turned to right, the type 
of eagle which remained practically unaltered on the coins of Mexico. 
The only change made in the reverse waa to transfer the word Libertod, 
which was in script on the crown of the Phrygian cap, to the band, where 
it appears in capitals. 

The series of Mexican republican coins was interrupted from 1864 to 
1867, during the occupation of the country by French troops and the brief 
reign of Feidinand Maximilian as Emperor of a projected Empire of 
Mexico. Four of the mints — namely, those at Mexico City, Guanaxuato, 
San Luis Potosi, and Zacatecas — were active during the empire. The 
Government of MaximiUan introduced the decimal system in the coinage. 
The coins issued were a ^0 Pesos piece in gold, the silver Peso of 100 
Cenia%K)S, its half of 50 Centavos, two Decimos, and half Decimo. The arms 
of the empire included the Mexican eagle, and on the gold piece and the 
silver Peso the shield bearing the arms appears within the chain of the 
order of the Mexican eagle, an order instituted by the Emperor. 

Soon after the restoration of the authority of the Republic throughout 
its territories a new coinage was issued with the eloquent reverse type of 
a liberty cap in a glory above the scroll of the constitution and a sword, 
crossed, over which are suspended the scales of Justice (PI. XI, 6). This 
type, however, waa soon discontinued and the earlier types of the Repub- 
Uc restored. 

In addition to the national coinage, the various States of the Republic 
issued intermittently autonomous coins in copper, in order to supply a 
local need of coins of email denomination. These coins were, as a rule, 
the CuartUlaf the Octavo, and the Medio octavo; and in most cases they 
were of very crude fabric. In 1838 Cuartillaa of excellent workmanship 
were issued by some of the States, but the promising advance was not 
maintained; and finally, in the reign of Maximilian (1864-1867), the 
autonomous State coinages came to an end. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 153 

In 1881 a coinage of nickel in the denominations of 5, 2, and 1 Centavo 
pieces was instituted, but in view of the popular aversion to the metal 
the coinage of it was discontinued in 1886, but was resumed in 1904, so 
that the coinage of Mexico remains in the four metals — gold, silver, 
nickel, and bronze. 

The following is a list of the mints in Mexico, the dates of their estab- 
lishment, and the m&rks by which their respective issues are distinguished: 

Mint-mark. 

Mexico City, 1535 M». 

Zacatecas, 1810 Z*. 

Durango, 1811 D». 

Guanaxuato, 1812 G". 

Chihuahua, 1811 C^. 

Guadalaxara, 1814 G^. 

San Luis Potosi, 1829 pi, or P. 

Culiacan C^, or C. 

Hermosillo H°. 

Oaxaca O^, or O. 

Real de los Alamos A*, or A. 

Guadalupe y Calvo G C. 

The arms of the Republic of Mexico. — The national coat of arms appears 
on most of the coins of Mexico, and may be described as follows: In an 
open wreath of oak and laurel branches, an eagle with wings displayed, 
the head turned to right, a serpent grasped in beak and right claw, 
perched with the left foot upon a nopal cactus growing upon a rock which 
emerges from water. 



THE NECESSITY COINAGE OF THE SPANISH GENERALS 
AND OF THE COMMANDERS OF THE MEXICAN FORCES 
DURING THE WAR OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION, 
A. D. 1811-1822. 

MEXICO. 

Coinage of the Central Junta. 

210. AR. Peso, 1813. Ohv. VICE. FERD. VII. DEI. GRATIA. 

An eagle, standing upon a cactus, which grows upon a 
bridge of three arches; below, 1813. Bev. S. P. 
CONG. NAT. GUV. T. 8 R. S. M. A halberd and a 
quiver with three arrows, crossed; above, a hand hold- 
ing a bow with arrow fixed and pointing upward; 
below, a lasso. 39 mm.; 416.5 grs. 

211. AE. Peseta, 1812. Oh). FERDIN. VII. DEI. GRATIA. 

Type similar to 210, the mark of value, 2 - R, divided 
by the eagle. ^^. PROVICIONAL FOR LA JUNTA 
D E. A M E R I . Similar to No. 210. 30 mm. 

212. AR. Real, 1813. Legends and types similar to No. 210, 

except the mark of value, which is 1 R. 17 mm.; 
29.5 grs. 

DURANGO. 

Coinage of the Central Junta in Nueva Vyzcaya. 

213. AR. Peso, 1811. Ohv. (FERD). VII. (REY DE. E) SP 

E'. IND. 8R. M. A crowned shield of arms between 
two pillars. Bev. MON. PROV. (DE) NVEV. ViZCA. 
Within a palm wreath and surmounted by a crown, a 
tree, beneath which two wolves are running to left, 
with prey in mouths. 39 mm.; 394.5 grs. 

ZACATECAS. 

Provisional Coinage. 

214. AR. Peso, 1811. Ohv. FERDIN. VII. DEI GRATIA. 

Crowned shield of the arms of Leon and Castile, be- 
tween two pillars. Bev. MON EDA PROVISIONAL 
DE ZACATECAS. Two mountain peaks, one of which 
is surmounted by a cross; below, L. V. O. and rosettes. 
41 mm.; 435.5 grs. PI. XI, 1. 
154 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 155 

215. AR. Peso, 1812. Ohv. FERDIN . VII . 8R . - DEI 

G RATI A. Laureated bust of Ferdinand VII to right; 
below, 1812. Rev. MONEDA PROVISIONAL DE 
Z AC AT EGAS. Crowned shield of arms between two 
pillars. Edge, plain. 39 mm. ; 410 grs. 

216. AR. Peso, 1812. Olv. FERDIN .VII . 8R . (DEI 

GRATIA). Bust to right; below, 1812. Reo. MO- 
NEDAPROVISIONAL. Shield of arms between two 
pillars. 38 mm. ; 390. 5 grs. 

217. AR. Peso, 1812. Ohv. FERDIN . VII (8 R) - DEI 

(G) RATI (A). Draped bust to right; below, 1812. 
Countermark, l.v.s. in an incused oblong, with border 
of stars. Rev. MONEDA PROVISIONAL DE ZACA- 
TECAS. Crowned shield of arms between two pillars. 
Edge, o □ o □ o . 38 mm. ; 397. 5 grs. 

218. AR. Peseta, 1811. Ohv. FERDIN . VII . 2 - R . DEI 

GRATIA . 1811. Crowned shield of arms between 
two pillars. ^e«j. (MON)EDA PROVISIONAL Re- 
mainder of field plain. 27 mm. ; 106 grs. 

219. AR. Peseta, 1811. Ohv. FERDIN . VII . 2 - R . DEI . 

GRATIA. 1811. A crowned shield of arms between 
two pillars. R&v. MONEDA. PROVISIONAL DE 
ZACATECAS. Similar to No. 214. 28 mm.; 101 grs. 

CHIHUAHUA. 

220. AR. Cast Peso, 1821. Ohv. FERDIN. VII. - DEI. 

GRATIA. Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to 
right; below, 1812. Countermarks: L.V.S., as No. 217, 
and also, to right of head, letter J crowned, between 
two pillars; to left of head, T incused. Rev. H I S PA N . 
ET I N D . REX . C A. 8R . R . P. A crowned shield of 
arms between two pillars. 39 mm.; 405.3 grs. 

220a. Cast Peso, 1821. Similar to No. 220, but without the 
countermark L. V. S. on obverse. 39 mm.; 405.5 grs. 

221. AR. Peso, 1821. A Peso of Charles IV restruck with 

same types as No. 220, but the legend on reverse end- 
ing Ca. C. CA. 8R. R. p. 41 mm.; 405.5 grs. 



156 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

ZACATECAS. 

Coins struck hy means of a hxmvmer at Somhrerete, iy direction 
of General Vargas. 

222. AE. Peso, 1810. Ohv. (R. CAXA DE SO)MB(RERETE). 

The remainder of the field plain. Bev. vaegas, in- 
cused, at top of field; below, 1810; to left of the date, 
letter S, crowned, between two pillars; to right, the 
same as on left; below, 3; all characters incused. 
Edge, plain. 40 mm.; 382.5 grs. 

223. AK. Peso, 1811. Oh). R.CAXA. D (E) SOMBRERETE. 

Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Similar to No. 222. 
40 mm.; 424.5 grs. 

224. AE. Peso,niidated. Ohv. R.CAXA.DE. SOMBRERETE. 

A crowned shield of arms, within a beaded circle; on 
boarder, a letter R opposite each A in CAXA. Rev. 
Types similar to No. 222, but VARGAS in curved line 
above date; characters not incused. Edge, plain. 43 
mm.; 401.5 grs. 

oaxaca. 

Coiruige of General Juan Ma/rtvn Morelos^ in command of the 
Revolutionary Army of the South. 

226. AE. Peso, 1812. Ohv. A bow, with arrow fixed and 
pointed upward; below, S U D. Rev. Monogram of 
Morelos; below, 8 r ] 1812. 37 mm. 

226. AE. Peso, 1812, Similar. 39 mm. 

227. AE. Peso, 1812. Similar. 34 imn. 

228. AE. Peso, 1812. Similar. 36 mm. 

229. AE. Peso, 1812. Shnilar. 35 mm. 

230. AE. Peso, 1813. Types similar to No. 225, but with a 

floriated ornament on the reverse. 38 mm. ; 409.5 grs. 
PI. XI, 2. 

231. AE. Peso, 1813. Similar to No. 225. 38 mm. 

232. AE. Peso, 1813. Similar. 37 mm. 

233. AE. Peso, 1813. Similar. 40 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKEI^S, AND MEDALS. 157 

234. AE. Peso, 1813. Similar. 34 mm. Very thin. Flori- 

ated ornament on both sides. 

235. AE. Peso, 1813. Similar. 35 mm. Thick planchet. 

236. AE. Peso, 1813. Similar. Floriated ornaments on both 

sides. 

237. AE. Peso, 1813. Similar to No. 225; countermark, two 

stars, on reverse. 



238. AR. Peseta, 1812. Types similar to No. 225, except the 

mark of value, which is 2 r. 26 mm.; 95.5 grs. 

239. AE. Peseta, 1812. Similar. 25 mm. 

240. AE. Peseta, 1812. Similar. Edge, beveled. 23 mm. 

241. AE. Peseta, 1812. Similar to No. 238. Thiii. 22 mm. 

242. AE. Peseta, 1812. Similar types, with floriated orna- 

ment on reverse. 22 mm. 

243. AE. Peseta, 1812. As last. 28 mm. 



244. AE. Real, 1812. Types similar to No. 225, except the 

mark of value, which is l r. 21 mm. 

245. AR. Real, 1813. Ohv. A bow, with arrow fixed, be- 

tween two scrolls; below, S U D. Bev. Monogram 
of Morelos; below, 1 r | 1813; the whole within a 
wreath. 21 mm.; 57.5 grs. 

246. AR. Real, 1813. Similar to No. 245. 20 mm.; 55.5 grs. 

247. AR. Real, 1813. Olv. Bow and arrow, and S U D, 

within laurel wreath. Bev. Similar to No. 245. 
17 mm.; 39.7 grs. 

248. AR. Real, 1813. Ohv. AMERICA MORELOS. A lion, 

rampant, to left; below, 1813. Bev. PROVICIONAL 
DE OAX. Bow and arrow. 16i mm.; 26.7 grs. 



THE EMPIRE OF MEXICO. 



CITY OP MEXICO. 
GOLD. 

Augustin /, 1822-1823. 

249. Media onza, 1823. Olv. AUGUSTIN US DEI PROVI- 

DENTIA. Nude bust to right; below, .IVI. 1823. 
Bev. MEX. I.IMPERATOR. C0NSTITUT.4. S. J. M. 
The arms of the empire — a crowned eagle standing 
upon a cactus, on an oval shield within a garnished 
cartouche, back of the base of which are arrows and 
quiver, crossed. Edge, obliquely hatched. 30 mm.; 
208.5 grs. 

SELVEB. 

250. Peso, 1822. Ohv. AUGUST. - .DEI.PROV. Nude 

bust to right; below, M. 1822. Bev. MEX. I. IM- 
PERATOR. C0NSTITUT.8R.J.M. A crowned eagle, 
with head turned to left, standing with left foot upon 
a cactus on a rock which is in water. Edge, oaoa. 
39 mm. ; 416.5 grs. PL XI, 3. 

260a. Peso, 1822. Similar to No. 250. 40 mm. Double 
struck on obverse. 39 mm,; 413.5 grs. 

261. Peso, 1823. Ohv. Similar to No. 250. Bev. M EX. I . I M - 
PERATOR CON ST I TUT. A crowned eagle, with 
head turned to right, standing with left foot upon a 
cactus on a rock which is in water; below, .8 R. J.M. 
Edge, as No. 250. 40 mm. ; 413 grs. 

GUADALAXARA. 

252-253. Proclamation pesos, 1822. Ohv. •AUGUSTIN 

• PRIMER * EMP* - CONSTITUCIONAL*DE 

• M. Bust, in uniform, with ermine mantle, to 
right; beneath, Medina f*. Bev. GUADALAXARA 

• EN SU VENTUROSA • PROCLAMACION. An 
elm tree, the stem supported by two wolves; below, 
1822. 40 mm. ; 401 grs. 

158 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 159 

254-255. Proclamation pesos, 1822. Olv. Similar to No. 252. 

Bev. EL CONSULADO | NACIONAL DE | GUADALAXARA. 

Above, an imperial crown in a glory; below, 1822 and 
a festoon of flowers; the whole within a laurel wreath. 
Edge, plain. 39 mm. 

256. Proclamation peso, 1822. Olv. Similar to No. 252. Rev. 

EN *SU I AUGUSTA | PROCLAMACION | LA CATEDRAL DE | 

GUADALAXAKA | 1822; beneath, garland of flowers; the 
whole within a laurel wreath. 39 mm. ; 428 grs. 



CITY OP MEXICO. 



257. Peseta, 1822. Ohv. Legends and types similar to No. 

251, except date and the reading .2 R. J. M. beneath 
arms on reverse. Edge, oaoa. 27 mm. 

258. Peseta, 1823. Similar to No. 257, except date. 



259. Real, 1822. Legends and types similar to No. 251, 

except date, and reading only .J. M. beneath arms on 
reverse. 17 mm. 

260. Real, 1823. Similar to No. 269, except date. 



THE REPUBLIC OF MEXICO. 

GOLD. 
CITY OP MEXICO. 

261. Onza, 1824. 6>^. REPUBLICA M EXICANA. Thearms 

of Mexico. Hev, LA LIBERTAD EN LA LEL A 
right hand holding a staff surmounted by liberty cap 
upon book of the constitution; below, 8 E. M. 1824. 
J. M. 21 Qs. Edge, ////. 36 mm.; 417 gi-s. PI. 
XII, 1. 

262. Media onza, 1827. Similar to No. 261, but reading* 4 

E. iCl. 1827. J. M. 21 Qs. Edge, //////. 31 mm.; 208.5 
grs. 

263. Escudo, 1825. Similar to No. 261, but reading 1 E. fCl. 

1 825. J . M . 21 Qs on reverse. Edge, ////. 18 mm. ; 52 
grs. 

264. Medio escudo, 1844. Types similar to No. 261, but read- 

ing 1/2 E. M. 1844. M. F. 21 Q^ on reverse. 15 mm.; 
25 grs. 

265. Medio escudo, 1846. Similar to No. 264, except date; 25 

grs. 

266. Medio escndo, 1848. Similar to No. 261, but reading 1/2 

E. fvl. 1848. G. C. 21 Qs on reverse. 15 mm. 

267. Medio escndo, 1851. Similar to No. 266, except date. 

268. Medio escndo, 1853. Similar to No. 266, except date. 

OUADAIiAXARA. 

269. Medio escndo, 1837. Types similar to No. 261, but read- 

ing 1/2 E. G^ 1837. J. C. 21 Qs on reverse. 15 mm. 

GUADAIjUPB t calvo. 

270. Medio escndo, 1850. Types similar to No. 261, but read- 

ing 1/2 E. G. C. 1850. M. P. 21 Q^on reverse. 15 mm. 

160 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 161 

SILVER. 
CITY OF MEXICO. 

The Provisional Government^ 18'23-1821f,. 

271. Peso, 1824. Ohv. REPUBLICA MEXICANA. An eagle 

standing to left, with left foot upon a nopal which is 
upon a rock in water, and grasping a serpent in beak 
and right claw; below, oak and laurel branches. Rev. 
A liberty cap, inscribed S^!c^^^7./a</, encircled by rays; 
below, •8R. rCl. 1824. J. M. 10 D^ 20 G^. Edge, ))))). 
38 mm; 416.5 grs. PI. XI, 4. 

The R&pyhlic of Mexico, 

272. Peso, 1825. 6>5?;. REPUBLICA MEXICANA. Thearms 

of Mexico. Rev. A liberty cap with libertad inscribed 
around edge, encircled by rays; below, *8R. Ivl. 1825. 
J . M . 1 Ds 20 Qs. Edge, ))))). 40 mm. ; 415.6 grs. 
PI. XI, 5. 

273. Peso, 1827. Similar to No. 272, except date. 

274. Peso, 1828. Similar to No. 272, except date. 

275. Peso, 1839. Similar to No. 272, but reading •8R. 1^. 

1839. M. L 10 Ds 20 Qs on the reverse. 

275a. Peso, 1840. Similar to No. 275, except date. 

276b. Peso, 1846. Similar to No. 272, but reading •SR. lOl. 

1846. M. F. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

276c. Peso, 1847. Similar to No. 275b, except date. 

276. Peso, 1858. Similar to No. 272, but reading •SR. fCl. 

1858. F. H. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

277. Peso, 1859. Similar to No. 276, except date. 

278. Peso, 1863. Similar to No. 272, but reading •SR. P5l. 

1863. T. H. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

CHIHUAHUA. 

279. Peso, 1831. Legends and types similar to No. 272, but 

reading •SR C^ 1831. M. R. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the 
reverse. 

280. Peso, 1864. Similar to No. 272, but reading •SR. C^ 

1864. M. M. 10 DS 20 Gs on the reverse. 

1666°— 12 11 



162 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

DUBANOO. 

The Provisional Government, 1823-182^,. 

281. Peso, 1824. Legends and types similar to No. 271, but 

reading •8R. 0° 1824. R. L 10 D^ 20 G^ on the 
reverse. 

The Republic of Mexico. 

282. Peso, 1832. Similar to No. 272, but reading •BR. 0° 

1832. R. M. 10 Ds 20 Qs on the reverse. 

283. Peso, 1860. Similar to No. 272, but reading •8R. 0° 

1850. J. M. R. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

GUADALUPE Y CALVO. 

284. Peso, 1846. Legends and types similar to No. 272, but 

reading •BR. G. C. 1846. M. P. 10 D^ 20 G^ on the 
reverse. 

GUANAXUATO. 

The Provisional Government, 18^3-18^4" 

286. Peso, 1824. Similar to No. 271, but reading •BR. G^ 
1824. J.M. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

The Pepublic of Mexico. 

286. Peso, 1825. Similar to No. 272, but reading •BR. G^ 

1825. J.M. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

287. Peso, 1830. Similar to No. 272, but reading •BR. Go.* 

1830. M.J. 10 Ds 20 GS on the reverse. 

288. Peso, 1832. Shnilar to No. 287, except date, 

289. Peso, 1833. Similar to No. 287, except date. 

290. Peso, 1834. Similar to No. 287, except date. 

291. Peso, 1847. Similar to No. 272, but reading •SR. Go. 

1847. P. M. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

292. Peso, 1869. Similar to No. 272, but reading •BR. Go. 

1859. P.P. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

293. Peso, 1860. Similar to No. 292, except date. 

294. Peso, 1862. Similar to No. 272, but reading •BR. Go. 

1862. Y.F. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

' No8. 287 to 294 have the mint mark G with interior o. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 163 
OAXACA. 

295. Peso, 1864. Legends and types similar to No. 272, but 

reading *8R. 0. 1864. F.R. 10 D^ 20 G^ on the re- 
verse. Edge, □ □ □. 

SAN liUIS POTOSI. 

296. Peso, 1829. Legends and types similar to No. 272, but 

reading •8R. P'. 1829. J.S. 10 D^ 20 G^ on reverse. 
39 mm. 

297. Peso, 1830. Similar to No. 296, except date. 

298. Peso, 1834. Similar to No. 296, except date. 

299. Peso, 1835. Similar to No. 296, except date. 38 mm. 

300. Peso, 1844. Similar to No. 272, but reading •8R. P' 

1844. A.M. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

301. Peso, 1849. Similar to No. 300, except date. 38 mm. 

ZACATECAS. 

302. Peso, 1826. Legends and types similar to No. 272, but 

reading •8R. Z^ 1826. A. Z. 10 D^ 20 G^ 

303. Peso, 1828. Similar to No. 272, but reading • 8R. Z^. 

1828. A. 0. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

304. Peso, 1831. Similar to No. 272, but reading • 8R. Z^. 

1831 . 0. V. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

305. Peso, 1833. Similar to No. 272, but reading • 8R. Z^, 

1833. 0. M. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

306. Peso, 1833. Similar to No. 305, but the letter M in 

legend on reverse is inverted. 

307. Peso, 1834. Similar to No. 305, except date. 

308. Peso, 1835. Similar to No. 305, except date. 

309. Peso, 1836. Similar to No. 305, except date. 

310. Peso, 1837. Similar to No. 305, except date. 

311. Peso, 1838. Similar to No. 305, except date. 

312. Peso, 1841. Similar to No. 305, except date. 

313. Peso, 1842. Similar to No. 305, except date. 

314. Peso, 1844. Similar to No. 305, except date. 



164 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS, 
OUANAXUATA. 

316. Toston, 1839. Oho. REPUBLICA MEXICAN A. The 
arms of Mexico. Reo. A liberty cap, with lebertad 
inscribed round edge and encircled by rays; below, 
• 4R. GO 1839. P. J. 10 D^ 20 G^ on the reverse. 
Edge, ))))). 32 mm. 

316. Toston, 1863. Sunilar to No. 315, but reading • 4R. G° 

1863. Y. F. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

SAN LiTJIS POTOSI. - 

317. Toston, 1844. Legends and types similar to No. 315, but 

reading • 4R. P'. 1844. A. M. 10 D^ 20 G^ on the 
reverse. 

ZACATECAS. 

318. Toston, 1836. Similar to No. 315, but reading •4R. Z^ 

1836. O.M. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

319. Toston, 1837. Similar to No. 318, except date. 

320. Toston, 1842. Similar to No. 318, except date. 

321. Toston, 1851. Similar to No. 318, except date. 

322. Toston, 1859. Similar to No. 318, but reading •4R. Z^ 

1859. M.O. 10 Ds 20 G^ on reverse. 



CITY OF MEXICO. 

The Provisional Government, 1823-182Jf.. 

323. Peseta, 1824. Oh). REPUBLICA MEXICANA. An 

eagle, standing to left with left foot upon a nopal cac- 
tus on a rock, which is in water, and grasping a ser- 
pent in beak and right claw; below, oak and laurel 
branches. Rev. A liberty cap, inscribed ^<:^^*^iz</ on 
the crown, encircled by rays; below *2R. M. 1824. 
J. M. 10DS20GS 28 mm. 

The Repvhlic of Mexico. 

324. Peseta. 1826. Ohv. REPUBLICA MEXICANA. The 

arms of Mexico. Rev. A liberty cap with libertad 
inscribed on the edge, encircled by rays; below, *2R. 
iCl. 1826. 10 DS20GS27mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 165 

326. Peseta, 1827. Similar to No. 324, except date. 

326a. Peseta, 1829. Similar to No. 324, but reading •2R. iCl . 
1829. J. M. 10 Ds 20 Qs on the reverse." 

326b. Peseta, 1869. Similar to No. 324, but reading •2R. 
ISA. 1859. F. H. 10 Ds 20 Qs on the reverse. 

DURANGO. 

The Provisional Goveimment, 1823-1824- 

326. Peseta, 1824. Legends and types similar to No. 323, but 

reading •2R. D^ 1824. R. L. 10 D^ 20 G^ on the re- 
verse. 

The Republic of Mexico. 

327. Peseta, 1842. Types similar to No. 324, but reading 

• 2R. DO 1842. R.M. 10 Ds 20 Qs on the reverse. 

GUANAXUATO. 

328. Peseta, 1838. Types similar to No. 324, but reading 

• 2R. GO 1838. P.J. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

329. Peseta, 1841. Similar to No. 328, except date. 

330. Peseta, 1846. Similar to No. 324, but reading •2R. G^ 

1846. P. M. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

331. Peseta, 1860. Similar to No. 324, but reading •2R. OP 

1850. P. F. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. . 

ZACATECAS. 

332. Peseta, 1828. Types similar to No. 324, but reading 

• 2R. ZA 1828. A. 0. 10 D^ 20 G^ on the reverse. 

333. Peseta, 1836. Similar to No. 324, but reading •2R. Z^ 

1835. 0. M. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

334. Peseta, 1839. Similar to No. 333, except date. 

336. Peseta, 1868. Similar to No. 324, but reading •2R. 1'^ 
1858. M. 0. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

336. Peseta, 1861. Sunilar to No. 324, but reading •2R. Z^ 

1861 . V. L 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

337. Peseta, 1863. Similar to No. 336, except date. 



166 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 
CITY OF MX2XICO. 

338. Real, 1825. Legends and types similar to the Toston, 

No. 324, but reading •IR. fCl. 1825. M. F. 10 D^ 20 
G^ on the reverse. 21 mm. 

339. Real, 1826. Similar to No. 338, except date. 

340. Real, 1845. Similar to No. 338, but reading •IR. iCl. 

1859. F. H. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

CTTUACAir. 

341. Real, 1861. Similar to No. 338, but reading •IR. C. 

1851. C. E. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

ZACATECAS. 

342. Real, 1828. Legends and types similar to No. 324, but 

reading •IR. Z^ 1828. A. 0. 10 D^ 20 G^ on the 
reverse. 21 mm. 

343. Real, 1829. Similar to No. 342, except date. 

344. Real, 1830. Similar to No. 324, but reading •IR. Z^ 

1830. 0. V. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

345. Real, 1839. Similar to No. 324, but reading •IR. Z^ 

1839. 0. M. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 21 mm. 

346. Real, 1847. Similar to No. 345, except date. 

347. Real, 1849. Similar to No. 345, except date. 

348. Real, 1858. Types similar to No. 324, but reading •I R. 

Z^ 1858. M. 0. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 



CITY OP MEXICO. 

The Provisional Government. 

349. Medio real, 1824. 6>5v. REPUBLICA MEXICAN A. An 
eagle standing to left with the left foot upon a nopal, 
which is upon a rock in water, and grasping a serpent 
in beak and right claw; below, oak and laurel branches. 
Rev. A liberty cap with £^.^^e^<^ inscribed on the 
crown, encircled by rays; below, •iR. IVI. 1824. 
J. M. 10 DS20GS 17 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS, 167 
The Repvhlic. 

360. Medio real, 1826. Ohv. REPUBLICA MEXICANA. The 

arms or Mexico. Rev. Similar to No. 349, but cap has 
LiBERTAD inscribed on edge. 

360a. Medio real, 1826. Similar to No. 850, except date. 

361. Medio real, 1827. Similar to No. 350, but reading *i^R. 

fvl. 1827. R. M. 10 Ds 20 Qs on the reverse. 

362. Medio real, 1846. Similar to No. 350, but reading *iR. 

fvl. 1846. M. F. 10 Ds 20 Qs on reverse. 

aUADALAXARA. 

363. Medio real, 1842. Similar to No. 350, but reading *iR. 

QA 1842. J. G. 10 Ds 20 Qs on the reverse. 

CULIACAN. 

364. Medio real, 1848. Similar to No. 350, but reading ViriR. 

C. 1848. C. E. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

364a. Medio real, 1849. Similar to No. 354, except date. 

ZACATECAS. 

366. Medio real, 1828. Types similar to No. 350, but reading 
• iR. Z^ 1855. 0. A. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

366. Medio real, 1856. Similar to No. 350, but reading *^R. 
2^1855. 0. M. 10DS20GS. 

356a. Medio real, 1856. Similar to No. 356, except date. 



CITY OF MEXICO. 

357. Cuartino, 1842. Ohv. Head of Liberty, with Phrygian 

cap, to left; below, M^ - L.R. Rev. REPUBLICA 
MEXICANA. In field, 1/4; below, 1842. 12 mm. 

358. Cuartino, 1846. Similar to No. 357, except date. 
368a. Cuartino, 1860. Similar to No. 357, except date. 

GUANAXUATO. 

369. Cuartino, 1841. Types similar to No. 357, but with mint- 
mark G° on reverse. 

360. Cuartino, 1842. Similar to No. 359, except date. 



168 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

361. Cnartino, 1846. Similar to No. 359, except date. 

362. Cnartino, 1848. Similar to No. 359, except date. 

363. Cnartino, 1861. Similar to No. 359, except date. 

SAN IjUIS POTOSI. 

364. Cnartino, 1844. Ohv. Head of Liberty, with Phrygian 

cap, to left; below, S.L. P. Rev. As No. 357. 



BRONZE. 
CITY OF MEXICO. 

365. Cnartilla, 1830. (^2^. REPUBLICA M EXICANA. The 

arms of Mexico. Bev. Within a palm wreath, 1 /4 | M . 
A. 1830 (curved line). 27 mm. 

366. Cnartilla, 1831. Similar to No. 365, except date. 

367. Cnartilla, 1832. Similar to No. 365, except date. 

368. Cnartilla, 1833. Similar to No. 365, except date. 

369. Cnartilla, 1834. Similar to No. 365, except date. 

370. Cnartilla, 1836. Similar to No. 365, except date. 

371. Cnartilla, 1836. Similar to No. 365, except date. 

372. Cnartilla, 1838. Olv. REPUBLICA MEXICANA. Bust 

of an Indian woman, to right, with fillet inscribed 
• libeetad; below, •1838*. Rev. UNA ] CD A R- 
TILLA 1 M° 1 in straight line, 30 mm. 

373. Cnartilla, 1838. Ohv. Similar to No. 372. Bev. UNA | 

CU ARTI LLA (curved line) M° | within a wreath of oak 
and laurel branches. 30 mm. 

DURAXaO. 

374. Cnartilla, 1838. 6>^. Similar to No. 372. Bev. •UNA* | 

CU ART I LLA | D°; below, branches of oak, crossed. 
30 mm. 

GUANAXITATO. 

375. Cnartilla, 1838. Ohv. Similar to No. 372. Bev. UNA | 

CUARTILLA I GO. 30 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 169 



GUADALiAXARA. 

376. Cuartilla, 1838. Ohv. Similar to No. 372. Bev. Within 

an ornamental tressure of four arches, 1 | CUAR- 
TILLA ] G^. 30 mm. 

SAN LUIS POTOSI. 

377. Cuartilla, 1838. Olv. Similar to No. 372. Reo. On a cir- 

cular field of blue, numeral 1 ; above, CUARTILLA; 
below, S. L. P. 30 mm. 

378. Cnartilla, 1838. Ohv. Similar to No. 372. Rev. Between 

oak and laurel branches, UNA | CUARTILLA (curved) 
I Zs. 30 mm. 



MEXICO CITY. 

379. Octavo, 1830. Ohv. REPUBLICA MEXICAN A. The 

arms of Mexico. Rev. 1/8 1 1^- A. 1830 | within a palm 
wreath. 17 mm. 

380. Octavo, 1831. Similar to No. 879, except date. 

382. Octavo, 1833. Similar to No. 379, except date. 

383. Octavo, 1834. Similar to No. 379, except date. 

384. Octavo, 1836. Similar to No. 379, except date. 



THE EMPIRE OF MAXIMILIAN. 

1864-1867. 



GOLD. 

cmr OP MEXICO. 

385. 20 Pesos, 1866. (9Jv. MAXI M ILIANO - EMPERADOR. 

Bust to right; beneath, on a scroll, navalon | ocampo - 
SPiRiTU. ^ev. IMPERIO MEXICA'NO. Uponasword 
and scepter in saltire, a crowned oval shield, bearing the 
Mexican eagle — an eagle standing on a nopal and grasp- 
ing serpent in beak and claws — within chain of the 
Order of the Mexican Eagle, and supported by two 
griffins; below, 20 PESOS - 1866 fvl. Edge, reeded. 
36 mm.; wt, 521.5 grs. PI. XII, 2. 

386. 20 Pesos, 1866. Similar to No. 385. Wt., 520.5 grs. 

SILVER. 

387. Peso, 1866. Legends and types similar to No. 385, but 

reading 1 PESO - 1866 IV1. Edge, reeded. 38 mm.; 
418 grs. 

388. Peso, 1867. Similar to No. 387, except date. 

P0T08I. 

390. Peso, 1866. Legends and types similar to No. 385, but 

reading 1 PESO - 1866 P'. beneath the arms on 
reverse. 37.5 mm.; 417.7 grs. 

CITY OP MEXICO. 

391. Medio peso, 1866. Olw. MAXIMILIANO - EMPE- 

RADOR. Head to right. Bev. IMPERIO MEXI- 
CAN O. A crowned oval shield of the arras of Mexico — 
an eagle standing upon a cactus; on rira of the shield, 
eqcjidad en la justicia; below, 50 CENT. - 1866 M^ 
Edge, reeded. 30 mm.; 209.3 grs. 
170 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 171 

392^93. Decimo, 1864. Ohv. I M P E R I M E X I C A N 0. 
Crowned eagle, standing with left foot upon a nopal 
plant, grasping serpent in right claw and beak; below, 
oak and laurel branches. Rev. Within a laurel wreath. 
10 I CENT I 1864 I M. Edge, reeded. 18 mm. ; 40 grs. 

394-395. Decimo, 1866. Similar to No. 392, except date. 

396. Medio decimo, 1864. Types similar to 392, but reading 
5 I CENT I 1864 I M i on reverse. 



THE REPUBLIC OF MEXICO, RESTORED, 

LATER, 

UNITED STATES OF MEXICO. 



GOLD. 
CITY OF MEXICO. 

397. 20 Pesos, 1870. 6>Jv. REPUBLICA MEXICANA. The 

arms of Mexico; below, 1870. R&c. A pair of scales 
over scroll of the constitution and a sword in saltire; 
on the scroll, ley; above, liberty cap in a glory; below, 
MOC.VEINTE PESOS. 875. Edge,reeded. 37mm.; 
wt., 523.5 grs. PI. XII, 3. 

398. 20 Pesos, 1904. Similar to No. 397, but reading M° M. 

VEINTEPESOS. 875. onthe reverse. Edge, reeded. 
34 mm.; wt., 522.3 grs. 

399. 10 Pesos, 1904. Types similar to No. 397, but reading 

MO M. Dl EZ PESOS. 875. on reverse. Edge, reeded. 
27 mm.; wt., 261 grs. 

400. 6 Pesos, 1904. Types similar to No. 397, but reading 

MO M. GIN CO PESOS. 875. on the reverse. Edge, 
reeded. 21 mm.; wt., 130.5 grs. 

401. Peso, 1904. Obv. Similar to No. 397. Rev. 1 | PESO 

within oak and laurel wreath; above, M . 875 . M^. 
Edge, reeded. 14^ mm.; wt., 26 grs. 

Gold coiiis after the adoption of the gold standard. 

402-403. 10 Pesos, 1905. Ohv. Head of Miguel Hidalgo to 
left; around, DIEZ PESOS - M* 1905. Rev. ES- 
TADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS. Arms of the Ke- 
public; edge, independencia. y. libertad. 23 mm.; 
wt., 130.2 grs. 

404-405. 5 Pesos, 1905. Types similar to No. 402, except the 
value, whichisCiNCO PESOS. Edgeaslast. 19mm.; 
wt., 64.2 grs. 
172 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 173 

SILVER. 
CITY OF MEXICO. 

406. Peso, 1869. Legends and types similar to No. 397, but 

reading UN PESO M^ C. 902.7 on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. 37 mm.; wt., 416 grs. PL XI, 6. 

407. Peso, 1871. Similar to No. 406, except date. 

408. Peso, 1874. 6>5v. REPUBLICA MEXICANA. Thearms 

of Mexico. Rev. A liberty cap, with libeetad in- 
scribed on the edge, encircled by rays; below, * 8 
R. IVl. 1874. M. H. 10 Ds 20 Qs Edge, DDDDD 
39 mm.; wt, 418 grs. 

409. Peso, 1879. Similar to No. 408, except date. 

410. Peso, 1888. Similar to No. 408, except date. 

411. Peso, 1889. Similar to No. 408, except date. 

412. Peso, 1892. Similar to No. 408, but reading • 8 R. 1^. 

1892. A. M. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

4J.3. Peso, 1894. Similar to No. 412, except date. 

414. Peso, 1895. Similar to No. 412, except date. 

415-416. Peso, 1904. Types similar to No. 408, but reading 
• UN PESO. MO 1904. A.M. 902, 7. on the re- 
verse. Edge reeded. 39 mm. 

CHIHUAHTJA. 

417. Peso, 1875. Similar to No. 408, but reading • 8 R. C^ 

1 875. M . M . 1 Ds 20 Qs on the reverse. 

418. Peso, 1877. Similar to No. 408, but reading • 8 R. C^ 

1877. J. M. 10 Ds 20 Qs on the reverse. 

419. Peso, 1877. Similar to No. 408, but reading • 8 R. C^ 

1877. E. A. 10 Ds 20 G Son the reverse. 

DURANGO. 

420. Peso, 1876. Similar to No. 408, but reading • 8 R. 0° 

1876. C. M. 10 Ds 20 Gs on reverse. 

GUANAXUATO. 

421. Peso, 1877. Similar to No. 408, but reading * 8 R. G^ 

1877. F. R. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 



174 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

422. Peso, 1881. Similar to No. 408, but reading • 8 R. G^ 

1881 . S. B. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

423. Peso, 1883. Similar to No. 408, but reading • 8 R. G^ 

1883. R. R. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

423a. Peso, 1886. Similar to No. 423, except date. 

424. Peso, 1888. Similar to No. 423, except date. 

425. Peso, 1898. Sunilar to No. 408, but reading * 8 R. G^ 

1898. R. S. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

QTTADAIiAXARA. 

426. Peso, 1896. Similar to No. 408, but reading • 8 R. C^ 

1895. J. S. 10 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse, 

CTJULACAN. 

427. Peso, 1889. Similar to No. 408, but reading • 8 R. C^ 

1 889. A. M . 1 Ds 20 Gs on the reverse. 

SCRMOSILXiO. 

428. Peso, 1868. Similar to No. 408, but reading • 8 R. H. 

1868. P. R. 10 Ds 20 G^ on the reverse. 

ZACATECAS. 

429. Peso, 1872. Legends and types similar to No. 397, but 

reading UN PESO Z^ H.902.7 on the reverse. 

429a. Peso, 1872. Similar to No. 429, except date. 

430. Peso, 1896. Legends and types similar to 408, but read- 

ing • 8 R. ZA 1896. F. Z. 10 D^ 20 G^ on the reverse. 

431. Peso, 1897. Similar to No. 430, except date. 

432. Peso, 1900. Types similar to No. 408, but reading • 

U N PESO. Zs 1 900. F. Z. 902.7 on the reverse. 

The United States of Mexico. 

433. Peso, 1910. Ohv. ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS. 

The arms of Mexico. The value, UN - PESO, is 
divided by the stem of the cactus. Bev. A female rep- 
resenting Mexico, with transparent drapery, her 
shoulders and arms bare, mounted and riding to left; 
she holds a branch of oak in right hand and a torch in 
the upraised left; in background, the rising sun; in 
exergue, 1910. Edge, ixdependencia y libertad. 
39 mm.; wt, 418 grs. Without mint mark. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 175 
CITY OF MEXICO. 

434. Toston, 1868. Ohv. REPUBLICA MEXICANA. The 
arms of Mexico. Rev. Liberty cap, with libertad 
inscribed on the band, encircled by rays; below, 
• 4 R. rCl. 1868. P. H. 10 Ds 20 G^. Edge, 'dDDD 

436. Toston, 1877. Ohv. Similar to No. 434, with the addition 
of the date, 1877, beneath the arms. i?^. A pair of 
scales over the scroll of the constitution and a sword, 
crossed; on the scroll ley; above, a liberty cap in a 
glory; below, 50 CENTAVOS M^ M. 902.7. Edge, 
reeded. 30 mm. 

SAN LUIS POTOSI. 

436. Toston, 1870. Similar to No. 435, but reading 50 CEN- 

TAVOS P'. H. 902.7 on the reverse. 

437. Toston, 1877. Similar to No. 436, except date. 

CULIACAN. 

438. Toston, 1876. Similar to No. 435, but reading 50 CEN- 

TAVOS C^ P. 902.7 on the reverse. 

ZACATBCAS. 

439. Toston, 1878. Similar to No. 435, but reading 50 CEN- 

TAVOS Z^ S. 902.7 on the reverse. 



CITY OF MEXICO. 

440. Peseta, 1886. Legends and types similar to No. 435, but 

reading 25 CENTAVOS iA.U. ^(yi.l . Edge, reeded. 
25 mm. 

441. Peseta, 1887. Similar to No. 440, except date. 

442. Two decimos, 1898. Ohv. REPUBLICA MEXICANA. 

The arms of Mexico; below, 1898. Refv. 20 | centavos; 
above, M° M. 902.7; below, oak and laurel branches 
united by a ribbon. Edge, reeded. 22 mm. 

442a. Two decimos, 1904. Similar to No. 442, except date. 



176 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

443. Two decimos, 1906. Ohv. ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXI- 

CAN OS. The arms of Mexico. Rev. Within a wreath 
of oak and laurel, 20 | centavos | 1905; above, a liberty 
cap in a glory. Reeded edge. 22 mm. 

SAN litJIS POTOSI. 

444. Peseta, 1870. Similar to No. 440, but reading 25 CEN- 

TAVOS P'. G. 902.7 on the reverse. 

446. Peseta, 1884. Similar to No. 440, but reading 25 CEN- 
TAVOS P'. H. 902.7 on reverse. 



CULiIACAN. 



446. Peseta, 1874. Similar to No. 440, but reading 25 CEN- 

TAVOS CN P. 902.7 on the reverse. 

ZACATECAS. 

447. Peseta, 1869. Types similar to No. 434, but reading 

• 2R. Zs 1869. Y. H. 10 Ds 20 Qs on reverse. 

448. Peseta, 1871. Types similar to No. 435, but reading 25 

CENTAVOS Zs H. 902.7 on the reverse. 

449. Peseta, 1877. Similar to No. 448, except date. 

460. Peseta, 1890. Similar to No. 448, except date. 

CITY OF MEXICO. 

461. Decimo, 1886. Ohv. Similar to No. 442. Rev. Within 

a laurel wreath, 10 | centavos; above, M. M. 902.7. 
Edge, reeded. 18 mm. 

462. Decimo, 1890. Similar to No. 461, except date. 
462a. Decimo, 1904. Similar to Nq. 451, except value. 

463. Decimo, 1906. Similar to No. 443, but reading 10 | cen- 

tavos I 1905 on the reverse. 18 mm. 

GUANAXtTATO. 

464. Decimo, 1891. Similar to No. 451, but reading G° R. 

902.7 above the wreath on reverse. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 177 
SAN IjITIS POTOSI. 

455. Decimo, 1870. Similar to No. 451, but reading P'. G. 

902.7 above the wreath on reverse. 

456. Decimo, 1884. Similar to No. 455, except date. 

CTTIiIACAN. 

467. Decimo, 1899. Similar to No. 451, but reading C^ Q. 
902.7 above the wreath on reverse. 

HBBMOSIIiliO. 

458. Decimo, 1874. Similar to No. 451, but reading H° R. 
902.7 on reverse. 

ZACATBCAS. 

469. Decimo, 1877. Similar to No. 451, but reading Z^ S. 
902.7 on reverse. 

460. Decimo, 1879. Similar to No. 459, except date. 

461. Decimo, 1896. Similar to No. 451, but reading Z^ Z. 

902.7 on reverse. 



CITY OP MEXICO. 

462. Medio decimo, 1879. Obv. REPUBLICA MEXICAN A. 

Arms of Mexico; below the eagle, 1879. Bev. Within 
a laurel wreath, 5 | centavos; above, M° M. 902.7. 
Edge, reeded. 15 mm. 

463. Medio decimo, 1889. Similar to No. 462, except date. 

464. Medio decimo, 1890. Similar to No. 462, except date. 

464a. Medio decimo, 1904. Types similar to No. 444, but 
reading 5 | centavos | on reverse. 

SAN LUIS POTOSI. 

465. Medio decimo, 1870. Similar to No. 462, but reading 

P' P. 902.7 above the value on reverse. 

HBRMOSIIiIiO. 

466. Medio decimo, 1887. Similar to No. 462, but reading 

H° G. 902.7 above the value on reverse. 

1666'— 12 12 



178 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

ZACATBCAS. 

467. Medio decimo, 1886. Similar to No. 462, but reading 
Z^ G. 902.7 above value on reverse. 



NICKEL. 



468. 6 Centavos, 1883. Ohv. REPUBLICA MEXICAN A. 

Over a pipe of peace, a bow and quiver, crossed, and 
bound together by a ribbon. Rev. Numeral V within 
a wreath. Plain edge. 20 mm. 

469. 5 Centavos, 1905. Ohv. ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXI- 

CAN OS. The arms of Mexico. Rev. 1905 | 5 | cen- 
tavos I within a broad ornamented border. Plain 
edge. 21 mm. 

470. 2 Centavos, 1883. Types similar to No. 468, but with 

numeral 1 1 1 within the wreath on reverse. 18 mm. 

471. 1 Centavo, 1883. Types similar to No. 468, but with 

numeral I within the wreath on reverse. 16 mm. 



BRONZE. 
CITY OF MEXICO. 

472.2 Centavos, 1905. Ohv. ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXI- 
CAN OS. The arms of Mexico. Rev. Within a laurel 
wreath, 2 C in monogram; above, between ends of 
branches forming the wreath, 1905; beneath wreath, m. 
Plain edge. 25 mm. 



473. 1 Centavo, 1871. 6>Jv. REPUBLICA MEXICANA. The 

arms of Mexico. Revi. un | centavo | 1871 | m | within 
a laurel wreath. Edge, reeded. 26 mm. 

474. 1 Centavo, 1872. Similar to No. 473, except date. 
476. 1 Centavo, 1874. Similar to No. 473, except date. 

476. 1 Centavo, 1876. Similar to No. 473, except date. 

477. 1 Centavo, 1878. Similar to No. 473, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 179 

479. 1 Centavo, 1880. Similar to No. 473, except date. 

480. 1 Centavo, 1881. Similar to No. 473, except date. 

481. 1 Centavo, 1888. Similar to No. 473, except date. 

482. 1 Centavo, 1897. Similar to No. 473, except date. 

483. 1 Centavo, 1904. Types similar to No. 472, but with 1 C 

in monogram on the reverse. 20 mm. 

484. 1 Centavo, 1906. Similar to No. 483, except date. 

SAN liUIS P0T08I. 

485. 1 Centavo, 1877. Similar to No. 473, except the mint 

mark, which is P'. 

486. 1 Centavo, 1878. Similar to No. 485, except date. 

CUIiIACAN. 

487. 1 Centavo, 1874. Similar to No. 473, except mint mark, 

which is C^. 

488. 1 Centavo, 1875. As No. 487, except date. 

489. 1 Centavo, 1877. As No. 487, except date. 

490. 1 Centavo, 1881. As No. 487, except date. 

ZACATECAS. 

491. 1 Centavo, 1881. As No. 473, except the mint mark, 

which is 2^. 



AUTONOMOUS COINS OF THE MEXICAN 

STATES. 



BRONZE. 
CAMPBCHB. 



492. Two centavos, 1890. Olv. REPUBLICA MEXICAN A. 

Bust of Liberty to left, wearing liberty cap on which 
isastar. ^ev. ESTADO DE CAMPECHE. Within 
a circle of rosettes and points, the value, dos | centa- 
vos; below, * 1890 )f. 31 mm. 

COABnjIIiA. 

493. Two centavos, 1890. Similar to No. 492, but reading 

ESTADO DE COAHUILA on the reverse. 31 mm. 

NXTBVO IiBON. 

494. Two centavos, 1890. Similar to No. 492, but reading 

ESTADO DE NUEVO-LEON on the reverse. 

PTJEBIiA. 

496. Two centavos, 1890. Similar to No. 492, but i-eading 
ESTADO DE PUEBLA on the reverse. 

QTTERETARO. 

496. Two centavos, 1890. Similar to No. 492, but reading 

ESTADO DE QUERETARO on the reverse. 

CHIHUAHUA. 

497. Cnartilla (1/4 real), 1838. Ohv. REPUBLICA MEXI- 

CAN A, A bust, to right, with a fillet inscribed libee- 
tad; below, date. Rei). ESTADO DE CHIHUAHUA. 
An Indian, standing facing upon a tortoise, with 
feather bonnet, and holding an arrow in right, and bow 
in left, hand. 30 mm. 

498. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1846. Ohv. Similar to reverse of 

No. 497. R&o. ^ I 1846, within a wreath. 25 mm. 
180 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 181 

499. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1855. Similar to No. 497, except 

date. 

500. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1860. Ohv. E. CHIHa LIBER- 

TAD. Liberty seated to right, holding a spear in left 
hand; behind, consular fasces; in exergue; e noviara 
F. Rev. OCTAVO I DE REAL | 1860 | within a wreath of 
oak and laurel. 30 mm. 

501. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1865. Similar to No. 500, except 

date. 

502. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1868. Similar to No. 500, except 

date. 

DURANGO. 

603. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1858. Ohv. ESTADO DE DUR- 
ANGO. The arms of the republic of Mexico. Rev. 
CONSTITUCION. Liberty cap, encircled by rays; 
below, 1/4, 1858. 

504. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1858. 6>5«. Similar to No. 503. R&o. 

DURANGO 1858 | J€, across middle of field. 28 mm. 

505. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1866. Obv. Similar to No. 503. R&o. 

INDEPENDENCIA Y LIBERTAD. In the field, 
1/4 I 1866; below, two laurel branches. 27 mm. 



506. Octavo (1/8 real), 1824. Ohv. The arms of the republic 

of Mexico; on left of the cactus, 1/8; to right, d. Rev. 
Across the middle of the field, a scroll inscribed 
■Lihertad; above the scroll, rays; below, 1824. On 
borders, scroll patterns. 18 mm. 

GUANAXUATO. 

507. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1856. Ohv. EST: LIB: DE GUAN- 

AXUATO 1856. National arms of Mexico; below, 
CUARTILLA. Rev. Arms — on an oval shield, a hand 
with a hammer about to strike a chisel held by another 
hand; shield surmounted by liberty cap in a glory; 
around, beneath shield, OMNIA VINCIT LABOR; 
below, two laurel branches. 33 mm. 

608. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1857. Similar to No. 506, except 
date. 



182 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

609. Octavo (1/8 real), 1867. Ohv. EST^ LIB^ DE GUANA- 

XUAT0.1857. The arms of the republic of Mexico; 
below, OCTAVO. Eev. Similar to No. 606. 25 mm. 

610. Octavo (1/8 real), 1867. Similar to No. 609, except date. 

JAIjISCO. 

611. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1829. Ohv. ESTADO LIBRE DE 

JALISCO. Mexican flag on a staff standing bj a 
bow and quiver filled with arrows; below, 1829. JRev. 
Liberty seated to left, holding in right hand pole sur- 
mounted with liberty cap, her left hand resting upon 
the seat; in front, a cornucopia Ijing upon the ground; 
around, • UN • QUARTO •. 28 mm. 

612. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1831. Similar to No. 511, except date. 

613. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1833. Similar to No. 511, except date. 

614. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1834. Similar to No. 511, except date. 

616. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1836. Similar to No. 511, except date. 

616. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1836. Similar to No. 511, except date. 

517. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1868. Types similar to No. 511, but 
reading *UNA * CUARTILLA * on the reverse. 
32 mm. 

618. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1861. Similar to No. 517, except date. 

619. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1862. Similar to No. 517, except date. 



620. Octavo (1/8 real), 1828. Legends and types similar to 

No. 511, but reading •UN* OCTAVO* on the re- 
verse. 21 mm. 

621. Octavo (1/8 real), 1833. Similar to No. 520, except date. 

622. Octavo (1/8 real), 1860. Similar to No. 520, but larger, 

28 nmi., and dated 1850. 

523. Octavo (1/8 real), 1866. Similar to No. 522, except date. 

624. Octavo (1/8 real), 1861. Similar to No. 522, except date. 

525. Octavo (1/8 real), 1862. Similar to No. 522, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 183 

626. Medio octavo (1/16 real), 1861. Legends and types simi- 

lar to No. 511, but reading •MEDIO* OCTAVO* 
on reverse. 21 mm. 

SONORA. 

627. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1861. 0U\ ESJo LIB^ Y SOB^ 

D E S N R A . National arms of Mexico. Rev. UNA 
CUARTILLA - DE REAL 1861. Liberty seated to 
left, similar to No. 511. 34 mm. 

628. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1862. Similar to No. 527, except date. 

HERMOSILIiO. 

629. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1832. Ohv. HERMOSILLO.A.DE. 

1832. L.S. Liberty cap in a glory. Rev. EST. DE. 
SO NORA. UNA. CUART. Two cornucopise, turned 
in opposite directions. 23 mm. 

630. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1833. Similar to No. 529, except date. 

631. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1836. Similar to No. 529, except date. 

632. Cuartilla (1/4 real) , 1837. Similar to No. 529, except date. 

ZACATECAS. 

533. Cuartilla (1/4 real), 1862. Ohv. EST. LIB. FED. DE 
ZACATECAS. A pyramid, against the front of which 
leans the book of the constitution, inscribed ley; against 
the front of the socle lean three wreaths, and a fourth 
against right side; behind the pyramid, a tree; below, 
* Q U A RT I LLA * . Rev. An angel, flying to right, the 
head turned to left, and carrying across left shoulder 
an arrow surmounted with a liberty cap surrounded by 
rays; below, on right, a fort with flag flying. 



COINS OF MUNICIPALITIES. 



MOREIilA. 



534. 1837. Olv. MUNICIPALIDAD " DE MORELIA. 1837. 
Value, 1/8. Rev. A youth, bearing liberty pole sur- 
mounted by cap in a glory, between oak and laurel 
branches. 



184 CATAIX)GUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

TAPAIjPA. 

635.1856. 6>Jy. COMMERCIO DETAPALPA. Value, 1/8. 
Bev. SOCIEDAD. Liberty cap; beneath, 1856. 

CAMPECHE. 

636. 1861. Ohv. MUNICIPIO DE CAMPECHE, with DE in 
center of field. Bev. un | centavo | 1861. 

MERIDA. 

537. 1866. Oh). MERIDA DE YUCATAN. In three lines 
across the field, part. | de la so- | cied. Bev. 1/2 | 

GRANO 1 DE PESO I FUEETE. 27 mm. 



CENTRAL AMERICA UNDER SPAIN. 



The mint of the captain generalship of Guatemala, or Central America, 
was established at Guatemala by Philip V (1701-24-46). The coins of 
this mint bear the same types as those of the great mints in Mexico and 
in South America, and are distinguished from the latter by the mint- 
mark G. (Guatemala), and later by N. G. (Nueva Guatemala). 

The coinage of gold in Guatemala does not appear to have been very 
considerable, at least in comparison with the gold coinage of the Spanish 
mints in North and South America; and the apparently meager produc- 
tion of gold at this mint has of late been actually reduced considerably by 
the correct attribution of the coins bearing the mint-mark NR to the 
mint at Bogota, where the letters refer to Nuevo Eeino, or New Granada. 

MINT AT GUATEMALA, LATER NEW GUATEMALA. 

SILVER. 

Ferdinand VI, A. D. 17Jf6-1769. 

1. Peseta, 1747. Proclamation piece. Olv. [FERD.] VI. 

D.G.HISPAN.ET IND. REX. Bust to right. Bm). 
GUAT. l[N.EIUS.PR]OCLAMATION. Ahorseman, 
witti drawn sword, leaping over two mountain peaks; 
below, 1747. 

2. Peseta, 1757. Ohv. FERD. VI. D.G.HISP.ET IND.R. 

A crowned shield of arms of Leon and Castile, quar- 
terly, with three lilies on an inescutcheon and a pome- 
granate on the base; at sides, J - 2. Bev. VTRA 
QUE V N U M . The two hemispheres, crowned, above 
the sea, between the two crowned Pillars of Hercules; 
about each pillar, a scroll inscribed (left) plus - 
(right) ultra; below, * G • 1770 •G* 28 mm. 

Charles III, A. D. 1760-1788. 

3. Peso, 1777. Olv. CAROLUS. Ill - DEI. GRATIA. 

Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 

1777. Bev. HISPAN. ET IND. REX N G. 8R. P. 

A crowned shield of arms of Leon and Castile, quarterly, 

three lilies on an inescutcheen and a pomegranate on 

the base, between two pillars; about the pillars, a scroll 

inscribed (left) plus - (right) ultra. Edge, o □ o □ o. 

40 mm. ; 415 grs. 

185 



186 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

4. Toston, 1770. Giro. CAROLUS. II I . D. G . H ISPAN . ET 
IND.REX*. Type similar to No. 2, but reading 
• |P|*-*|4|* at sides of the shield. Rei). 
Similar to No. 2, except the date. Edge, laurel wreath. 
33 mm. 

6. Toston, 1772. Legends and types similar to the Peso, 
No. 3, but with G.4R.P. in the legend on the reverse. 
Edge, oaoooa. 35 mm. 

6. Toston, 1777. Similar to No. 5, except date. 

7. Toston, 1778. Similar to No. 5, except date. 



8. Peseta, 1763. Ohv. CAR. III. D. G. HISP. ET IND. R. 
A crowned shield of arms; at sides, P - 2. Bev, 
Similar to No. 4. 



9. Medio real, 1760. Proclamation piece. Ohv. CAROLUS. 
III. D.G.HISPA.ET IND. REX. Bust to right. R&o. 
G. IN ElUS PROCLAMATIONE. A horseman, with 
drawn sword, leaping over two mountain peaks; below, 
1760. 



Charles IT, A. D. 1789-1808. 

10. Peso, 1790. Ohv. CAROLUS. IV - DEI. 

GRATIA. Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to 
right; below, 1790. Bev. HISPAN. ET IND. REX 
NG. 8R. M. Arms as No. 3. 

11. Peso, 1792. Similar to No. 10, but the king's title reading 

CAROLUS. 1 1 1 1 on obverse, and dated 1 792. 

12. Peso, 1794. Similar to No. 11, except date. 

13. Peso, 1797. Similar to No. 11, except date. 

14. Peso, 1798. Similar to No. 11, except date. 
16. Peso, 1804. Similar to No. 11, except date. 
16. Peso, 1807. Similar to No. 11, except date. 



CATALOGTJE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 187 

17. Toston, 1793. Legends and types similar to No. 10, but 
reading N G. 4R. M. in legend on the reverse. 



18. Peseta, 1790. Legends and type similar to No. 10, but 

reading NG. 2R. M. in legend on reverse. Edge, 

o □ o □. 28 mm. 

19. Peseta, 1791. Similar to No. 18, except date. 

20. Peseta, 1792. Similar to No. 18, except date. 

21. Peseta, 1793. Similar to No. 18, except date. 

22. Peseta, 1794. Similar to No. 18, except date. 

23. Peseta, 1799. Similar to No. 18, except date. 

24. Peseta, 1800. Similar to No. 18, except date. 

25. Peseta, 1801. Similar to No. 18, except date. 

26. Peseta, 1806. Similar to No. 18, except date. 



27. Real, 1801. Legends and types similar to No. 10, but 
reading NG. 1 R. M. in the legend on the reverse. 
20 mm. 



28. Medio real, 1793. Ohv. Similar to No. 10. R&i). H I S PA N . 

ET I N D. R. N G . M . A crowned shield of arms, as No. 
3. 16 mm. 

29. Medio real, 1802. Similar to No. 28, except date. 



Ferdinand VII, A. D. 1808-J8M. 

30. Peso, 1808. Ohv. FERDIND. VII. — DEI. GRATIA. 

Laureated bust of Charles IV, cuirassed and draped, to 
right; below, 1 808. Rev. Legend and type similar to 
No. 3, but reading NG. 8R. M in legend on the 
reverse. 38.5 mm. 

31. Peso, 1809. Similar to No. 30, except date. 

32. Peso, 1810. Similar to No. 30, except date. 40 mm. 



188 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

33. Peso, 1815. Ohv. FERDIN. VII. — DEI. GRATIA. 

Laureated bust of Ferdinand VII, draped, to right; 
below, 1 81 5. Rev. Legend and type similar to No. 3, 
but reading N G. 8R. M in the legend on the reverse. 
40 mm. 

34. Peso, 1816. Similar to No. 33, except date. 

35. Peso, 1817. Similar to No. 33, except date. 
36-37. Pesos, 1818. Similar to No. 33, except dates. 
38. Peso, 1820. Similar to No. 33, except date. 
3&-40. Pesos, 1821. Similar to No. 33, except dates. 



41. Toston, 1808. Legends and types similar to No. 33, except 
value, which is 4R(eales). 



42. Peseta, 1808. Proclamation piece. Oh). FERDIN. HISP. 

VII. G U AT. 1 1 . Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, 
to right; below, 1808. Reo. INTER SUSPIRIA 
FIDES. Crowned shield of arms of Guatemala; at 
sides, 2 - R. 

43. Peseta, 1809. 6>/^. FERDIN D. VI I. - DEI. GRATIA. 

Laureated bust of Charles IV, cuirassed and draped, to 
right; below, 1809. Rev. Similar to No. 3, except 
value which is 2 R(eales). 

44. Peseta, 1810. Ohv. FERDIN. VII. - DEI. GRATIA. 

Laureated bust of Ferdinand VII, draped, to right; 
below, 1813. Rev. Similar to No. 3. 

46. Peseta, 1815. Similar to No. 44. 

46. Peseta, 1817. Similar to No. 44. 

47. Peseta, 1821. Similar to No. 44. 



48. Eeal, 1810. Ohv. FERDIND. VII. - DEI. GRATIA. 
Laureated bust of Charles IV, cuirassed and draped, to 
right; below, 1810. Rev. Similar to No. 1, but read- 
ing NG.1 R.M. in legend. 21 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 189 

49. Real, 1812. Olv. FERDIN. VII. - DEI. GRATIA. 

Laureated bust of Ferdinand VII, draped, to right; 
below, 1812. Rev. As No. 1. 20 mm. 

50. Real, 1814. Similar to No. 49, except date. 

61. Real, 1818. Similar to No. 49, except date. 

62. Real, 1820. Similar to No. 49, except date. 



63. Medio real, 1810. 6>5v. FERDIN D. VII. - DEI. GRA- 

TIA. Laureated bust of Charles IV, cuirassed and 
draped, to right; below, 1810. Rev. HI SPAN. ET 
I N D. R. N G. M . Type similar to No. 3. 

UNDER MEXICO. 

Augustin 7, A. D. 1822-1823. 

64. Real, 1822. Proclamation piece. Olv. AUGUSTIN. I. 

EMPERAD. DE. MEXICO. Bust of Augustin, to 
right. Rev. GUAT. EN LA PROCLAM. DE SU. !«. 
E M P. Within a laurel wreath, an oval shield of the 
arms of Guatemala between the ends of the branches 

26 DE DEC. I DE 1822 I 20 DE LA | INDEP. 



N, 



CENTRAL AMERICA, INDEPENDENT. 



In 1821 Central America became independent of Spain and formed the 
confederated Repiiblica del Centro de Amirica, composed of Guatemala, 
Costa Rica, Nicaragua, San Salvador, and Honduras. This Republic lasted 
until 1832, when it was dissolved and the five component countries became 
entirely autonomous. Several attempts to reestablish a union of these 
countries have proved even less successful than the first, and have left but 
slight traces of their influence upon the coins. 

The coins of the Republic of Central America were struck at the old 
Spanish mint at Guatemala, at Tegucigalpa (mint-mark T.), in Honduras; 
a,t San Jose (C R), in Costa Rica; and at Leon (NR), in Nicaragua. The 
Republic retained the Spanish system with the Peso of 8 reales as the unit. 
The types, however, were entirely different from those of the royal coins. 
On obverse they show the sun rising behind a range of five moimtains, on 
reverse a tree and the legend LIBRE CRESCA FECUNDO (PL XII, 5). 

REPUBLIC OF CENTRAL AMERICA, 1824. 

GOLD. 

1. Onza, 1825. Ohv. REPUBLICA DEL CENTRO DE 

AMERICA. Sun rising behind range of five moun- 
tains; below, 1825. Bev. LIBRE CRESCA FECUNDO. 
A tree, the stem of which divides the mark of value, 
8- E, within a circle; below, NG. M. 21 Qs. Edge, 
obliquely hatched. 37 mm.; 416.3 grs. PI. XII, 5. 

2. Cuarta de onza, 1827. Legends and types similar to No. 1, 

except the mark of value, which is 2 - E. 22.5 mm.; 
104 grs. 

3. Medio escudo, 1826. Legends and types similar to No. 1, 

except the mark of value, which is 1/2 -- E. 14 mm.; 

26 grs. 

191 



192 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

SILVEB. 

4. Peso, 1826. Obv. REPUBLICA DEL CENTRO DE 

AMERICA. Range of five mountains, and the sun 
rising on left, behind them; below, 1 825. R&c. LIBRE 
CRESCA FECUNDO. A tree, the stem of which 
divides the mark of value, 8 - R, within a circle; below, 
N G. M. 10 Ds 20 Qs. Edge, o □ o □. 39 mm.; 
416 grs. 

5. Peso, 1826. Similar to No. 4, except date. 



6. Peseta, 1826. Obo. REP.D.CENT. D. AMER. Type as 
No. 4; below, 1825. Reo. LIB.CRESC. FEC. Tree; 
at sides of stem, 2 - R. ; below, J.D.I.I.LD. Edge, 
00000. 23 mm. 



7. Eeal,1824. 6)Jv. REPUBLICA DELCENTRO DE AMER. 
Type as No. 4. Re/G. Legends and types similar to No. 
4, but reading 1 - R. at sides of tree. 

7a. Real, 1830. Similar to No. Y, except date. 



REPUBLIC OF GUATEMALA. 



For several years after the dissolution of the Republic of Central America 
Guatemala continued on her coins the types of the former, but in 1859 the 
portrait of President Rafael Carrera (1861-1865) was placed on the obverse 
(PI. XII, 6), and after his death the portrait was still retained with the 
inscription, Fundador de la Republica de Guatemala. Until 1870 the Span- 
ish system was retained, but in that year the decimal system was adopted 
for the coinage and a Peso of IQO Centavos was made the unit. The arms 
of the Republic displaced the portrait of Carrera on the coins issued on 
the decimal system, and m 1872 the seated female representing Guate- 
mala (PI. XIV, 1) appeared. 

GOLD. 

8. Onza, 1863. Ohv. RAFAEL CARRERA P^e- DE. LA R^. 

DE GUATEMALA. Head of Carrera to right; be- 
neath, FRENER.F. Bev. GUAT^. RA. S. D. - 0. M. 
PROy^^. A shield of arms, with sun above; at sides 
of shield, 16 - P^; the whole within palm wreath; 
beneath, 21 Q. - 1863 - R. Edge, reeded. 35 mm.; 
417.5 grs. PI. XII, 6. By Frener. 

9. Escudo, 1859. Legends and types similar to No. 8, with 

2 - P. as mark of value on reverse, and the date 1 859. 
Edge, reeded. 17 mm. ; 52 grs. By Frener. 

10. 5 Pesos, 1874. Ohv. REPUBLICA - DE GUATE- 

MALA. Female head, Guatemala, laureated, to left; 
below,.CINCO PESOS. ^<?v. A parchment inscribed 

LIBERTAD ] 15 j DE | SETIEMBRE | 1821, SUrmOUntcd by 

a parrot, upon a trophy of two guns and two swords; 
below, 0.900 P. 1 874. Edge, reeded. 22 mm. ; 123.6 grs. 
PI. XII, 7. 

11. Peso, 1860. 6*5?;. Similar to No. 8. Bev.^ \ PESO | 1860, 

within a palm wreath; below, 21 Q. R. Edge, reeded. 
15 mm.; 25.3 grs. 
1666'— 12 13 193 



194 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, A3SD MEDALS. 

12. Medio peso, 1860. Olv. RAFAELCARRERA.P. D^. L\ R. 
DE GUATEMALA. Head of Carrera to right. Rev. 
4 I REALES I 1860 | within a palm wreath; beneath, 21 
Q. R. Edge, reeded. 10 mm.; 12. Y grs. 

13-14. Medio pesos, 1861. Similar to No. 12, except date. 

8ILVEB. 

16. Peso, 1836. Similar to No. 4, except date. 39.5 mm.; 
416.3 grs. 

16. Peso, 1836. Similar to No. 4, except date. 

17. Peso, 1839. Similar to No. 4, except date. 

18. Peso, 1842. Similar to No. 4, except date. 

19. Peso, 1859. Olv. RAFAEL CARRERA P^. DE. LA R^. 

DEGUATEMALA. Head of Carrera to left; beneath, 
FRENERF. Rev. Arms; below, 10°. 20^— UN PESO. 
- 1859. Edge, reeded. 39 mm; 379.5 grs. 

20. Peso, 1864. Olv. Similar to No. 19, but reading P"^^ 

instead of P^in legend. Rev. Arms of the republic; 
below, L.10° 20G - UN PESO - 1864 R. Reeded 
edge. 

21. Peso, 1866. Olv. R.CARRERA FUNDADOR DE LA 

RCA. DE GUATEMALA. Head to left. Rev. Similar 
to No. 19, except date. 

22. Peso, 1872. Olv. REPUBLICA DE GUATEMALA. 

Female, Guatemala, crowned with oak wreath, seated to 
left, holding a cornucopia filled with plants and fruits 
in right hand, her left holding scales and resting upon a 
column bearing the inscription, 30 | de ] junio 1 de | 
1871; on ground, broken chains; below, UN PESO. 
Rev, A parchment inscribed, libertad | 15 | de | sE- 
TiEMBRE I 1821, surmountcd b}^ a parrot, upon a trophy 
of two guns; the whole over a laurel wreath; below, 
0.900 -P. 1872. Edge, reeded. 38 mm. PL XIV, 1. 

23. Peso, 1882. Olv. REPUBLICA DE GUATEMALA. 

Arms, as on reverse of No. 22. Rev. Laureated bust 
of Liberty to left; above, LIBERTAD; below, UN 
PESO. 0.900. A.E. Edge, reeded. 

24. Peso, 1895. Similar to No. 22. Edge, reeded. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 195 

26. Medio peso, 1868. Similar to No. 21, with the reading 
R% instead of R^^, on obverse; and on reverse, 
CUATRO R^. beneath the arms. 

26. Medio peso, 1870. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE GUATEMALA. 
Arms of Guatemala. Rev. The value, 50, within a 
circle, on seven perpendicular bars of blue, silver, red, 
gold, red, silver, blue; above, CENTAVOS; below, 
0.835. R. 1870. Edge, reeded. 30 mm. 



27. Peseta, 1861. Similar to No. 19, except for the reading 

P"^^. on obverse, and the value, which is DOS R^. 
27 mm. 

28. Peseta, 1865. Legends and types similar to No. 27, but 

24 mm. diameter. 

29. Peseta, 1866. Olv. R.CARRERA FUNDADOR DE LA 

R^DE GUATEMALA. Head of Carre ra to left. Re'ii. 
Arms of the republic; below, round, L.10° 20*^ - DOS 
RL - 1866 R. 

30. Peseta, 1868. Similar to No. 29, except date. 

31. Peseta, 1869. Similar to No. 29, except date. 

32. Peseta, 1870. Similar to No. 29, but reading L. 0.900 - 

25 CENT. - 1870 R. on reverse. 

33. Peseta, 1872. 6>5'y. REP^. DE GUATEMALA. Ashield, 

with inscription, 15 ] de | set^. | de | 1821; below, 
0.900 P. 1872. Rev. 2 | RE ALES | within a wreath of 
palm. Edge, reeded. 24 mm. 

34. Peseta, 1879. Similar to No. 22, but reading DOS reales 

in the exergue. Edge, reeded. 

35. Peseta, 1881. Similar to No. 34, but reading 25 | cent^. | 

in the exergue on obverse, 

36. Peseta, 1892. Similar to No. 35, except date. 

37. Peseta, 1894. Similar to No. 35, but with the reading, 2 

REALES, in the exergue on obverse. Edge, reeded. 

38. Peseta, 1896. Similar to No. 37, except date. 



196 CATAIX)GUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

39. Eeal, 1847. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE GUATEM. Arms 

of Guatemala. Reu, 21 de | mabzo | de | 1847 | within 
a laurel wreath. 21 mm. 

40. Eeal, 1869. Legends and types similar to No. 19, but 

reading, 10° 20^ - UN REAL. - 1859 R. below arms, 
on the reverse. Edge, reeded. 21 mm. 

41. Eeal, 1861. Similar to No. 39, but reading UN R^ in 

legend on reverse. 

42. Eeal, 1864. Similar to No. 40, except date. 

43. Eeal, 1865. Similar to No. 40, except date. 

44. Eeal, 1867. Obv. Similar to No. 29. R&o. Arms of the 

republic; below, 10° 20<^ 1 R"- 1867 R. 

45. Eeal, 1868. Legends and types similar to No. 33, but 

reading 1 | REAL within wreath on reverse. 

46. Eeal, 1872. Similar to No. 45, except date. 

47. Eeal, 1874. Similar to No. 45, except date. 

48. Eeal, 1881. Ohv, REPUBLICA DE GUATEMALA. 

Arms — parchment surmounted by a parrot, over two 
guns in saltire — within an olive wreath. Rev. 10 \ 
CENT*. I within a palm wreath. 18 mm. 

49. Eeal, 1894. Types similar to No. 22, but reading 1 keal 

in exergue on obverse, and 0.835-1894 on reverse. 



50. Medio real, 1872. Legends and types similar to No. 22, 
but reading 1/2 | real on obverse. 16 mm. Edge, 
reeded. 

61. Medio real, 1879. Similar to No. 50, except date. 

62. Medio real, 1880. Oho. Similar to No. 22, but reading 1/2 

R. in exergue. Reo. No legend; type as No. 22; below, 

0.835-D. 1880. 

63. Medio-real, 1881. Similar to No. 52, but reading medio 

beal, on obverse. 

64. Medio-real, 1896. Similar to No. 52, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 197 

66. Cuartino, 1842. Obv. Three mountain peaks; to left, ris- 
ing sun; below, 1842. Rev. Tree; at sides of stem, 
G - 1/4. Plain edge. 11 mm. 

66. Cuartfno, 1844. Similar to No. 55, except date. 



BRONZE. 



67. Centavo, 1871. Olv. REP. DE GUATEMALA, in sunken 

letters, on a scroll; beneath, sun rising above a volcano, 
which is between two mountain peaks; beneath, 1871. 
Rev. UN I CENTAVO | - * -. 20 mm. 

68. Centavo, 1881. Olv. Similar to No. 48. Rev. un ] cen- 

tavo I - * - 

59. Centavo, 1884. Similar to No. 58, except date. 



HONDURAS. 



The unit of coinage in Honduras is the Peso, and since 1871 it has been 
a Peso on the decimal system of 100 Centavos. The types of the coins are 
the national arms, the traditional tree, or a standmg figure of Liberty. The 
small coinage of the country has sometimes been executed at foreign mints, 
as were the nickel pieces of 1870. 

The arms of Honduras. — Adaptation of the national coat of arms appears 
on the coins of Honduras, the essential features of ■which are a moun- 
tain peak surmounted by a Liberty Pole with Phrygian cap in a glory, 
between two towers on which rest the ends of a rainbow, the whole in 
a triangular field aznre; around, on a broad band, REPUBLICA DE 
HONDURAS. 

THE EEPTTBUC OF CENTBAL AMERICA. 

1. AE. Peseta, 1831. Ohv. REPUBLICA DEL CENTRO DE 

AMERICA. Sun rising behind range of five moun- 
tains; below, 1831. Hev. LIBRE CRESCA FECUN DO. 
Within an inner circle, a tree, whose stem divides 
mark of value, 2 - R ; below T. F. 1 D^ 20 G^. 26 mm. 

BEPTTBUC OF HONDUEAS. 

TOKENS IN BRONZE. 

2. 8 Peso pieces, 1862. Ohv. Arms of Honduras; on the 

broad band surrounding the arms, M ON EDA PROVI- 
SIONAL DEL ESTADO DE HONDURAS. Bev. 
LIBRE CREZCA FECUN DO. Within an inner circle, 
a tree, the stem dividing mark of value, 8 - p^; below, 
T.1862.A. 32 mm. 

3. 4 Pesos, 1862. Legends and types similar to No, 2, ex- 

cept mark of value which is 4 - p^. 

4. 2 Peso pieces, 1862. Legends and types similar to No. 2. 

26 mm. 
188 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS*. 199 

5. Peso, 1857. Obv. MONEDA PROVISIONAL DEL ES- 

TADO DE HOND. Arms of Honduras. Reo. Simi- 
lar to No. 2, but reading T. 1 857. F. L in legend, and 
8 - R. as mark of value. 40 mm. 

6. Peso, 1862. Legends and types similar to No. 2, but with 

8 - R as mark of value on reverse. 

7. 4Reales, 1862. Ohv. MON . PROVISIONAL DEL EST. 

DE HOND. Arms of Honduras. Rev. LIBRE 
CREZCA FECUNDO. Tree, the stem dividing mark 
of value, 4 - R.; below, •t-1852-g. 30 mm. 

8. 4Reales, 1863. Similar to No. 7. 

9. AE. 2 Reales, 1842. Similar to No. 7, but with 2 - r as 

mark of value on reverse. 19 mm. 

GOLD. 

10. 1896. 5 Pesos. Ohi. Head of Liberty to left; above, 

15 DE SETIEMBRE DE 1821; below, CENTRO 
AMERICA; in the field, left, P, right. A, each over 
trident and caduceus, in saltire. Rev. Arms of Hon- 
duras; above, a scroll inscribed, u-n-i-o-n; above the 
scroll, five stars inscribed with the initial letters of the 
names of the States composing the Union: G.S. H . N .0. ,* 
below, CINCO PESOS. Edge, reeded. 22 mm.; 
124 grs. 

SILVER. 

11. Peso, 1881. Ohv. Arms of Honduras over a trophy of 

flags and a quiver filled with arrows; below, 0.900 - 25 
qMos I UN PESO - 1881 . Rev. Liberty, wearing Lib- 
erty cap, standing to right, her left foot upon the base of 
a column, supporting with her right hand the standard 
of the Central American Union, her left supporting the 
book of the constitution, which rests upon the column; 
above, 15 DE SETIEMBRE DE 1821; in exergue, 
CENTRO- AM ERICA; in field, to left, P. to right, A, 
each upon a dolphin coiled about a trident. Edge, 
reeded. 38 mm. By Frener. 

12. Peso, 1891. Similar to No. 10, but with bust of Pallas on 

a scroll beneath the arms; above, UN PESO. 



200 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

13. Medio peso (60 centavos) , 1871. Ohv. Arms of Honduras 

over a trophy of flags, and crowned. Rev. DIOS 
UNION LIBERTAD. Withinacircle, atree, the stem 
dividing the mark of value, 50 - C, in a laurel wreath 
open at top; above, eleven stars; below, on border, 
15 DE SET. 1821. 0.900. Edge, reeded. 30 mm. 

14. Medio peso (60 centavos), 1876. Legends and types similar 

to No. 11, but reading 50 cent^ beneath the arms on 
obverse. Reeded edge. 32 mm. 

16. Medio peso (60 centavos), 1879. OU. CENTRO AMER- 
ICA REPUBLICA DE HONDURAS. An eagle, 
with round shield of arms on breast; above, a scroll 
inscribed PAZ — progreso — libertad; below, lei 9 dec. 
FENG, and on border, 50 CENTAVOS. Rev. *** 
• • 15 DE SEP. DE 1821 •••••; Liberty 
standing, head turned to right, holding in right hand 
the flag of the Central American Union, the left arm 
resting upon a column (or altar); below, 1879. Edge, 
reeded. 31 mm. 

16. Medio peso, 1883. Similar to No. 15, except date. 

17. Medio peso, 1884. Similar to No. 15, except date. 

18. Medio peso, 1887. Similar to No. 15, except date. 



19. 26 Centavos, 1871. Legends and types similar to No. 13, 

except the size, and the mark of value, which is 25 - C. 
25 mm. 

20. 26 Centavos, 1883. Legends and types similar to No. 11, 

but with 25 CENT^ as mark of value, on reverse. 25 mm. 

21. 26 Centavos, 1884. Similar to No. 20, except date. 

22. 26 Centavos, 1886. Similar to No. 20, except date. 

23. AE. 26 Centavos, 1877. Necessity piece. Oh;. REPU- 

BLICA DE HONDURAS. A tree within a circle; 
below, 1877. Rev. Mark of value, 25, within a circle; 
around, •LA HONDURENA* ZELAYA I DIAZ. 
24 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 201 

24. 10 Centavos, 1871. Legends and types similar to No. 13, 
except in size, and the mark of value, which is 10 - c. 

18 mm. 

26-26. 10 Centavos, 1895. Obv. Arms of Honduras, within a 
laurel wreath, ^ey. Within a laurel wreath, 10 | cent^, 
with a bust of Pallas beneath; around, PAZ * PRO- 
GRESO • LIBERTAD • 1893. Edge, plam. 

19 mm. 

27. AE. 10 Centavos, 1877. Necessity piece. Similar to No. 

23, but with mark of value, 10, on reverse. 21 mm. 

28. 5 Centavos, 1896. Types similar to No. 25, but with 

5 CENT^ within the wreath, on reverse. 

NICKEL. 

29-30. l/2Eeal, 1869. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE HONDURAS. 
AMERICA CENTRAL. A fort in a harbor, and war- 
ship at each side; above, triangular shield of arms; 
below, trophy of eight flags; beneath, barre. Bev. 
Within an olive wreath, 1/2 | real | 1869. Edge, plain. 
25 mm. By Barre. Struck at Paris. 

31. 1/4 Real, 1869. Similar to No. 29, except the value. 

20 mm. 

32. 1/8 Real, 1869. Similar to No. 29, except the value. 

15 mm. 



BRONZE. 



33. Centavo, 1879. 6>Jv. CENTRAL AMERICA REPUBLICA 

DE HONDURAS. Head of Liberty to left, wearing 
Phrj^gian cap; beneath, 1879. Rev. Within a wreath, 
UN 1 CENTAVO. 20 mm. 

34. Centavo, 1884. Olv. REPUBLICA DE HONDURAS. 

Arms of Honduras. Rev. Within an olive wreath, 
1 I CENTAVO I 1884. 20 mm. 

36. 1/2 Centavo, 1886. Legends and t3'^pes similar to No. 34, 
except in size and value. 16 mm. 



NICARAGUA. 



Nicaragua declared its independence of Spain in 1823, and joined the 
Federal Union of Central America, though not until 1854 did Spain recog- 
nize the independence of Nicaragua. 

The coinage of Nicaragua has never been extensive, the currency of the 
country generally having been foreign coins and forced circulation of paper 
money. The monetary unit of the country is a silver Peso of JOO Cerdams. 

The arms of Nicaragua, which are found on some of the coins, are on a 
shield azure a chain of five mountain peaks, above which rises stm or. 

1. Peseta, 1825. Ohv. REP. D. CENT. D. AMER. Sun, ris- 
ing behind range of five mountains ; below, 1 825. Jiev. 
LI B.CRESC. FEC. A tree, the stem dividing the value, 
2-r; belovr, N.R.T.II.D. Edge,00000. 24 mm. 
Thick planchet. 



2. 20Ceatavos, 1880. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE NICARAGUA. 

Arms of the Republic — triangular shield of arms, upon 
trophy of military arms; below, * 1880 *. Hev. 
20 I c«. I within a wreath ; above, 15 DE SET I EM BRE, 
and beneath the wreath, 1 821 . Edge, reeded. 23 mm. 

3. 20Centavos, 1887. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE NICARAGUA. 

Arms of the Republic; below, 15 DE SETIEMBRE 
1821. Bev. 20 I CENTS I 1887 I within laurel wreath. 
Edge, reeded. 



4. 10 Oentavos, 1880. Legends and types similar to No. 2, 

but reading 10 | c'^. I within wreath, on reverse. 

5. 10 Centavos, 1887. Legends and types similar to No. 3, 

but reading 10 | cents | 1887 | on reverse. 



6. 6 Centavos, 1880. Legends and types similar to No. 2, but 

reading 5 | c" | on reverse. 

7. 6 Centavos, 1887. Legends and types similar to No. 3, but 

reading 5 ] cents | 1887 | on reverse. 
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CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 203 
NICKEL. 

8. 1 Centavo, 1878. Oh). REPUBLICA DE NICARAGUA. 

The arms of Nicaragua; below, 1878. Beo. Within an 
oak wreath, un [ centavo. 21 mm. 

9. 6 Centavos, 1898. Ohv. ESTADO DE - NICARAGUA. 

Within a triangular field, a liberty cap in a glory above 
a range of five mountains by the sea; beneath, scroll 
pattern. Mev. Within a wreath, 5 | centavos. 20 mm. 



BRONZE. 



10-11. 2 Centavos, 1887. Legends and types similar to No. 3, 
but reading 2 | cents | 1887 within laurel wreath. 30 
mm. 

12. 2 Centavos, 1889. 6>5^). UNION - CENTRAL- AMERICA. 

Head of Liberty, with cap, to right; above, five stars; 
below,ENSAYo ^dv. CO ST A- RICA • GUATEMALA 
• HONDURAS • NICARAGUA • SALVADOR. 
Within a wreath, 2 ] centavos; below, 1889. 30 mm. 

13. Centavo, 1860. Ohv. LIBERTAD Y UNION. Three 

mountain peaks. Rev. REPUBLICA DE NICARAGUA. 
Within a beaded circle, un | centabo | 1860. 25 mm. 

14. Centavo, 1889. Similar to No. 12, but reading 1 | centavo | 

within the wreath, on reverse. 



SAN SALYADOR 



The coinage of San Salvador has never been of any considerable extent. 
Whatever need there may be of gold or silver is supplied with the coins 
of foreign countries, especially of France, England, and the United States. 
The currency of the country is inconvertible paper, which is greatly depre- 
ciated. The legal monetary unit is the silver Peso. The types consist of 
the arms of the Republic on obverse, and a bust of Columbus, or the value 
within a wreath, on the reverse. The decimal system is now employed. 

The arms of San Salvador: On a shield azure a volcano, behind which 
rises a sim or, and above, nine stars or; crest, two comucopise of flowers 
and a pole or surmounted by a Phrygian cap in a glory. 



GOLD. 



1. 20 Pesos, 1892. Ohv. REPUBLICA DEL SALVADOR. 

Arms of San Salvador within a palm wreath; below, 
900. C.A.M. 1892. Bev. AMERICA CENTRAL. 

Laureated bust of Liberty to left; below 20 PESOS. 
Edge, reeded. 33 mm.; 497.5 grs. 

2. 10 Pesos, 1892. Legends and types similar to No. 1, but 

with 1 PESOS beneath the bust, on reverse. 27 mm. ; 
248.5 grs. 

3. 6 Pesos, 1892. Legends and types similar to No. 1, but 

with 5 PESOS beneath the bust, on reverse. 21 mm.; 
122.5 grs. 



SILVEB. 



4. Peso, 1892. Obv. Similar to No. 1. Bev. AMERICA 
CENTRAL. A flag held by five hands. Edge, reede^. 
37 mm. 

6. Peso, 1893. Ohv. Similar to No. 1. Bev. Bust of Colum- 
bus, with hat, to left; above, CRISTOBAL COLON ; 
below, UNO PESO. AMERICA CENTRAL Edge, 
reeded. 38 mm. 

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CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDAI>S. 205 

6. Peso, 1894. Similar to No. 5, except date. 

7. Medio peso, 1893. Legends and types similar to No. 5, 

except in size and value. 

8. 20Centavos, 1892. Ohv. REPUBLICA DEL SALVADOR. 

Arms of the Republic. Re'u, veinte | centavos | 
within a palm wreath. 

9. 10 Centavos, 1892. Similar to No. 8, but reading diez | 

CENTAVOS I on reverse. 

10. 6 Centavos, 1892. Similar to No. 8, but reading cinco | 

CENTAVOS I on reverse. 



NICKEL. 



11. 2 Centavos, 1889. Ohv. REPUBLICA DEL SALVADOR. 

Head to left; below, 1889. Ren. Within an olive 
wreath, 3 | CENTAVOS. 20 mm. 

12. 1 Centavo, 1889. Legends and types similar to No. 11, 

but reading 1 | CENTAVO | in wreath on reverse. 
16 mm. 



BRONZE. 



13. Real, 1835. Necessity piece. Ohv. POR LA LIBERTAD 

DEL SAL. Within a circle, a mountain peak with 
letter S. at each side. Rev. MONEDA PROVI- 
SIONAL. A column, standing by the sea, surmounted 
by liberty cap; at sides of column, 1 and R. 

14. Medio real, 1880. Necessity piece. Ohv. CASINO SAL- 

V A DO RE; in field, the date. Rev. medio real in 
one line across the field. 26 mm. 



COSTA RICA. 



From 1832 to 1850 the coins of Costa Rica bear the type, three moun- 
tains and tree, of the earlier confederacy, with the exception of the Real, 
which had for obverse type a female bust. In 1850 the national arms 
appeared on the gold and silver. 

The adoption of the decimal system in 1864 was followed in 1885 by the 
adoption as the standard unit, the silver Peso of 25 grams, 900 thousandtha 
fine, or the equivalent of the 5-franc piece of the Latin Monetary Union. 

The new coins on the silver standard had on the obverse the arms of 
C!osta Rica and on the reverse the value between branches of coffee. 

In 1896 Costa Rica adopted the gold standard, and for unit the gold 
Colon of 778 milligrams, 900 thousandths fine. On the new gold coin, first 
issued in 1897, the bust of Columbus appears as the reverse type. 

The arms of Costa Rica: Three mountains by the sea, behind the first 
of which rises the sun or; in front and behind, a three-masted ship, and 
above, three stars or; below the shield, laurel and pahn branches in saltire; 
the shield over a trophy of flags and military arms. 

EEPTTBLIC OF CENTRAL AMEEICA. 

GOLD. 

1. Onza, 1828. Oh). REPUBLICA DEL CENTRO DE 

AMERICA. Sun rising beliind range of live moun- 
tains; below, 1828. Rev. LIBRE. CRESCA. FE- 
CUNDO. A tree, with numeral 8 to left, and E. to 
right of stem, within a circle; below, C R. F. 21 Q^. 
Edge, hatching. 38 mm.; 416,2 grs. 

2. Media onza, 1835. Types similar to No. 1, except the date 

and value. Edge, oblique hatching. 30 mm. ; 207. 7 grs. 

3. Medio escudo, 1826. Obv. REPUB. DEL. CENT. DE. 

AMER. Within a circle, sun rising above three 
mountains; below, 1826. Bev. LIBRE CRESCA FEC. 
A tree, the stem dividing 1/2 - E., within a circle; be- 
low, C R. F 21 Qs. Reeded edge. 15 mm.; 21.6 grs. 
206 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 207 
SILVER. 

4. Peso, 1831. Types similar to No. 1, except the date and 
value. Edge, □oaoiz]. 44 mm.; 396.5 grs. 

6. Peseta, undated. Countermarked Peseta of Charles III, 
struck at Madrid. Countermarks: Ohv. Female head 
to left, with cosTA-EicA above, and 2 r. below. Bev. 

HABILITADA FOR EL GOB. A tree. 

6. Peseta, undated. Countermarked Peseta of Charles IV; 
similar to No. 6. 



EEPTJBIIC OF COSTA RICA, 1832. 

GOLD. 

7. Media onza, 1850. Olyv. REPUBLICA DE COSTA RICA. 

Garnished shield of arms, within a laurel wreath; below 
1850. Bev. AMERICA CENTRAL An Indian 
woman, with bow and two arrows in right hand, lean- 
ing with left elbow upon a column, which bears the 
inscription, 15 | DE | SET^ 1 DE | 1821 ; below, 21 Qs 
1/2 OZ. J. B. Edge, reeded. 29 mm.; 196 grs. PI. 
XII, 8. 

8. Cuarta de onza, 1860. Oh). REPUBLICA DEL CENTRO 

DEAMERICA. Sun above five mountain peaks, within 
a circle; below, 1850. Bev. LIBRE. CRESCA. FE- 
CUND 0. Tree and value, 2 - e. , within a circle ; below, 
c R. J. B. 21 Q^ Edge, o-o-o- 23 mm.; 97.7 grs. 

9. Cuarta de onza, 1854. Legends and types similar to No. 7, 

but reading 21 Q^-2 E.-J. B. below type on reverse. 
23 mm. ; 98 grs. 

10. Escudo, 1842. Ohv. EST. D^. COSTA-RICA. Six- 

pointed star, within a circle; below, palm and laurel 
branches. Bev. A tree, the stem dividing the value, 
1 - E., within a circle; around, 21 Q. - M. M. 1842. 
19 mm. ; 48 grs. 

11. Escudo, 1855. Types similar to No. 7, but with 1 e. in 

exergue, on reverse. 19 mm.; 47.7 grs. 



208 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

12. Medio escndo, 1846. Oh). RE PUB. DEL. CENT. DE. 

AMER. Sun rising over three mountains; the date 
beneath. Rev. LIBRE. CREZCA. FECUNDO. A 
tree, the stem dividing the value, K - e., with C R. 
J. B. round beneath. 14.5 mm.; 24 grs. 

13. Medio escndo, 1848. Similar to No. 17, except date. 

24.5 grs. 

14. Medio escudo, 1848. Similar to No. 17, but counter- 

marked on both sides — habilitada por el goberno; a 
lion standing 1. 22.7 grs. 

16. Medio escudo, 1860. Legends and types similar to No. 7, 
but with H E. in exergue. 14.5 mm.; 24 grs. 



16. 10 Pesos, 1870. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE COSTA RICA. 

Shield of arms; below, olive branches and 1 870. Rev. 
AMERICA CENTRAL. Within olive wreath, diez ] 
pesos; below, 21 Q — G. W. Reeded edge. 29 mm.; 
228 grs. 

17. 6 Pesos, 1876. Types similar to No. 16, but with cinco | 

PESOS within wreath, on reverse. 21 mm.; 114 grs. 

18. 1 Peso, 1866. Legends and types similar to No. 16, but 

with UN I PESO within the wreath, on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. 14.5 mm.; 21.5 grs. 



19. 20 Colones, 1897. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE COSTA RICA- 

Shield of arms; beneath, 1897. Rev. AMERICA 
CENTRAL. Bust of Columbus to right; below, 
VEINTE COLONES. Reeded edge. 27 mm. ; 240 grs. 

20. 10 Colones, 1897. Types similar to No. 19, but with Dl EZ 

COLONES beneath the bust, on reverse. 21 mm.; 
120 grs. 

21. 2 Colones, 1897. Types similar to No. 19, but reading DOS 

CO LO N ES beneath the bust, on reverse. Reeded edge. 
14 mm. ; 24 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COIFS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 209 
SILVER. 

22. Medio peso, 1866. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE COSTA-RICA. 

Arms of the Republic; below, palm and laurel branches, 
and the date beneath. Rev. AMERICA CENTRAL 
A tree, the stem dividing the value, 50 - c^; below, 9 
^.Qk.'H. Edge, reeded. 33 mm. 

23. Medio peso, 1866. Similar to No. 22, except date. 

24. Medio peso, 1875. Similar to No. 22, except date. 

25. Medio peso, 1880. Ohv. Similar to No. 22. Rev. 

AMERICA CENTRAL Within a wreath of laurel 
and palm, 50 centavos; below, G. W. 9 D^. Edge, 
reeded. 

26. Medio peso, 1882. Necessity piece. A half peso of Co- 

lumbia, countermarked on obverse (head of Liberty); 
countermarks: Ohv. Arms of Costa Rica; above, COSTA 
R I C A. Rev. Lion standing to right; around, H A B I LI - 
TADA POR ELGOBIERNO. 

27. Medio peso, 1890. Similar to No. 25, except date. 



28-29. Peseta, 1849. Necessity pieces. Spanish American 
pieces, of crude fabric, countermarked: Ohv. RE PUB. 
DELCENT. DEAMER. Sun above three mountains. 
R&o. HABILITADA. EN. COSTA RICA. J. B. A 
tree. 12 mm. ; 63 grs. 

30. Peseta, 1849. Necessity piece. Ohv. REPUgLICA DEL 

CENTRO DE AMERICA. Sun rising behind five 
mountains; beneath, 1849. Rev. LIBRE CREZCA FE- 
CU N DO. Tree, and mark of value, 2 - r. Counter- 
marked as No. 26. 

31. Peseta, 1850. Legends and types similar to No. 22, but 

with- 1/4- P° as mark of value on reverse; and on 
border, beneath the arms, 10D^20G^J. B. 

32. Peseta, 1865. Legends and types similar to No. 22, but 

with 25 - c^ as mark of value on reverse. 

33. Peseta, 1876. Similar to No. 32, except date. 

1666°— 12 14 



210 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

34. Peseta, 1886. Legends and types similar to No. 25, but 
reading 26 | centavos | within wreath, on reverse. 

36. Peseta, 1889. Similar to No. 34, except date. 



36. Eeal, 1849. OU. REPUBLICA DE COSTA-RICA. A 

tree, dividing mark of value, l - r, within a circle; 
below, on border, 1849. Rev. o AMERICA CEN- 
TRAL o . Facing female bust, with nude breasts; 
below, on border, J. o B. o 9. o D. 

37. Real, 1850. Similar to No. 36, except date. 

38. Decimo, 1866. Legends and types similar to No. 22, but 

with 10 - c^ as mark of value on reverse. 

39. Decimo, 1876. Similar to No. 38, except date. 

40. Decimo, 1887. Ohv. Similar to No. 22. Bev. AMERICA 

CENTRAL Within a wreath of laurel and palm, 10 | 
centavos; below, on border, 9 D^ G. W. 

41. Decimo, 1890. Similar to No. 40, but with heaton 

birm" beneath the wreath, on reverse. 

42. Decimo, 1892. Similar to No. 40. 



43. Medio real, 1847. Obv. REPUB.DELCENT.DE.AMER. 

Sun rising behind three mountains, the date beneath. 
Rev. LIBRE CREZCA FECUNDO. A tree and mark 
of value, 1/2 - r; below, J. B. 

44. Medio real, 1847. Necessity piece. Similar to No. 43, 

countermarked on reverse with round stamp, 6 mm. 
diameter:— HABILITADA FOR EL GOBIERNO; a 
lion, standing to left. 

45. Medio real, 1875. Types and legends similar to No. 22 

mm, but with the value 5 - c^ on reverse. 

46. Medio real, 1889. Ohv. REPUBLICA. DE COSTA RICA. 

Arms of the Republic, with the date beneath. Rev. 
AMERICA CENTRAL. Within a wreath of laurel 
and palm, lo | centavos; below, 9 d^ heaton birm". 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 211 

47. Cuartino, 1886. Ohv. Sun above volcano, between two 

. mountain peaks; the date beneath. Be'v. 1/4 | real | 
within palm wreath. 

48. Cuartino, 1889. Similar to No. 47, except date. 

49. Cuartino, 1896. Similar to No. 47, except date. 



NICKEL TOKENS. 

60. 10 Centavo token, undated. Oh). COSTA RICA RAIL- 

WAY. C. R. In field, a star. Rev. In field, 10 | cen- 
TAVOS. 20 mm. 

61. 6 Centavo token, undated. Similar to No. 50, but reading 

5 I CENTAVOS I in field on reverse. 



BRITISH HONDUEAS. 



This portion of Central America became a British possession in 1667, the 
ownership being finally acknowledged and confirmed by the Spanish in 
1783. The first special coinage for the colony was provided in 1885, and 
was limited to the bronze Cent. Later the same provision of a silver coin- 
age was made for this colony as for Canada, and consisted of a Fifty-cent 
piece, a Twenty-five-cent piece, and a Ten-cent piece. All the coins of the 
colony are struck in England. 

SILVER. 

Victoria, 1837-1901. 

1. 60 Cents, 1894. Oh). VICTORIA QUEEN. Coroneted 

bust to left. Bev. BRITISH HONDURAS. 1894. 
Within a beaded circle, 50 | cents. Edge, reeded. 
30 mm. 

2. 60 Cents, 1896. Similar to No. 1. 

3. 26 Cents, 1894. Types similar to No. 1, except statement 

of value. 23 mm. 

4. 26 Cents, 1896. As No. 3. 

6. 10 Cents, 1894. Similar to No. 1, but with 10 | cents on 
the reverse. Edge, reeded. 18 mm. 

BBONZE. 

6. 1 Cent, 1888. Ohv. Similar to No. 1. Bev. BRITISH 

HONDURAS. Within beaded circle, the numeral 1 ; 
below, ONE CENT 1888. Edge, plain. 28 mm. 

silver. 

Edward VII, 1901-1910. 

7. 50 Cents, 1906. Olv. EDWARD VII — KING &. EM- 

PEROR. Crowned bust to right. Bev. Similar to 
No. 1, except date. 

212 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 213 

8. 26 Cents, 1906. Types similar to No. 7, but with 25 | cents | 

on the reverse. 

BRONZE. 

9. 1 Cent, 1904. Ohv. Similar to No. 7. Eeu. Similar to 

No. 6. 

BELIZE. 

10. AE. 1/4 Real token, 1871. Olv. BELIZE HONDURAS. 

Indian head to left; below, 1871. Bev. Within a 
laurel wreath, RECEIVABLE FOR and in the field, 1/4 
REAL I BY J. J. 24 mm. 



SOUTH AMERICA. 



The colonial mints established by Spain in the South American vice- 
royalties were at Lima (mm. ]^), Potosi (mm. '^), Santa Fe de Bogota 
(mm. NR), sometimes in ligature, Popayan (mm. P. or PN.), and at 
Santiago de Chile (mm. §.). 



TINDER SPAIN. 
PUUp IV, A. D. 1621-16^5. 

POTOSI. 

SILVER. 

1. Peso, 1639. 6>5i'. PHILIPPVS. Nil. D. G. HISP. A 

crowned shield of arms; at sides, P. | T. - VI 1 1. Mev. 
ET INDIARVM RE.XANO. 1539. A cross, with arms 
of Leon and Castile in the angles, within a tressure of 
eight arches. 41 mm. ; 415 grs. 

Charles 11, A. D. 1665-1700, 

I.IMA. 

SILVER. 

2. Peso, 1692. Ohv. j j I I I I I U. RZ. Across 

potent, the arms of Leon and Castile in the angles; at 
sides, L.-V. R&o. I I I I II /1692/ / PERV. 
Two crowned pillars standing in the sea; across the 
field, L - 8 - V I PLV - svL - tr[a] / / / / / / / . 
39 mm.; 413.5 grs. Pierced. 



POTOSI. 

3. Peso, 1674. Oh). CAROLVS.II.D.G.HISPANIARVM.R. 
A cross potent, with arms of Leon and Castile in the 
angles; at sides, P, - E. ; beneath, 1764. Rev. POTO- 
SI. AN0.1674.EL.PERV. Two pillars; across field, in 
three lines, P-8-E | plv-svl-tra. | x-74-p. 38 mm.; 
417.5 grs. 
214 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 215 

4. Peso, 1683. Sipailar to No. 3, but with P and V at sides of 

tiie cross; beneath it, .83,; reading A NO. 683. EL 
PERV.; p-8-vin the first line of legend on reverse, 
and V - 83 - p in last line. 42 mm. ; 405.5 grs. 

5. Peso, 1693. Similar to No. 4, except date. 38 mm.; 

411.6 grs. 

Philip F, A. D. 1700-17U-17J,j6. 

lilMA. 

GOLD. 

6. Onza, 1709. Olv. PHILIPPVS. V. D. G. I.SPANIAR. 

A cross potent, with arms of Leon and Castile in the 
angles, within a circle of pellets. Bev. ET Y N D I A R V M 
REX. Two crowned pillars standing in the sea; across 
the field, l-8-h | p-v-a | 7-0-9 | ; the whole within a 
circle of pellets; above, a crown. 32 mm.; 416 grs. 
PI. IX, 4. 

SILVER. 

7. Peso, 1703. Olv. [PJHILIPPVS. V. [D. G. HISPAN]. 

A cross potent, the arras of Leon and Castile in the 
angles; at sides, L- H. Bev. ETY[NDIARVM REX]. 
Two crowned pillars standing in the sea; across the 
field, l-8-h|p-v-a|h-703-l. 35 mm. ; 415.5 
grs. 

VOTOSI. 

8. Peseta, 1739. Irregular, tMck piece. Oh). Cross, with 

arms of Leon and Castile in the angles; to left, P. 
Bev. Two pillars; across the field, in three lines, 
I -2- I LV.-SVL- I M-739- | . 21 mm. 

Ferdinand VI, A. D. 17^.6-1759. 

IjIMA. 
GOLD. 

9. Onza, 1751. Ohv. FERNINAND VI. D. G, HISPAN. ET 

I N D. REX, Bust, cuirassed, to right; below, * 1 751 * . 
Bev. INITIUM SAPIENTIAE TIMOR DOMINI. 
Crowned shield of arms within the collar of the Golden 
Fleece; at sides, J. — 8; below, * LM * — * LM *. 
38 mm. ; 417 grs. 



216 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

SILVER. 

10. Peso,1766. Obv. FERDND. VI. D. G. HISPAN. ET IND. 

REX. A crowned shield of arms of Leon and Castile, 
three lilies in the center and pomegranate on the base; 
at sides of the shield, •|J|M|* - •|8|*. 
Re\h VTRAQVE VNUM. The two hemispheres, 
crowned, above the sea, between two crowned pillars; 
about each pillar, a scroll inscribed (left) plus- (right) 
ultra; below, LM* 1755 * LM. Edge, laurel 
wreath. 39 mm.; 421 grs. 

11. Eeal, 1765. (95^. FRD .VI . D. G. HISP. ET IND. R. A 

crowned shield of arms; at sides, r - 1. Beo. VTRA — 
QVE VNUM. Same type as No. 10; below, LM.1755. 
J.D. Edge, laurel wreath. 21 mm. 

12. Medio real, 1766. Obo. FRD.VI.D.G.HISP.ET IND.R. 

A crowned shield of arms, with rosettes at sides. R&o, 
VTRA QUE VNUM. Same type as No. 10; below, 
LM .1 756. J . M . Edge, laurel wreath. 17 mm. 

13. Medio real, 1759. Similar to No. 12, except date. 



POTOSI. 

GOLD. 

14. Onza, 1764. Irregular thick piece. Obv. FERD [VI D. G]. 
Shield of arms, crowned. Eev, [H I S P] ET I N [D]. REX. 
1 754. A cross potent, within a tressure of four arches. 
30 mm.; 417.5 grs. PI. IX, 6. 

16. Media onza, undated. Ohv. Shield of arms. Rev. Cross. 
Irregular piece, and very much clipped. 23 mm.; 
205.5 grs. 

16. Cnarta de onza, undated. Ohv. Shield of arms. Reo, Cross. 

An irregular thick piece, very much clipped. 20 mm. 
100.5 grs. 

17. Escudo, undated. Ohv. Crowned shield of arms. Refu, 

Cross. 17 mm, ; 77 grs. An irregular, thick piece. 



CATAIXXJUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 217 
SILVEE. - 

18. Peso, 1747. Irregular, thick piece. Ohv. A cross potent, 
with arms of Leon and Castile in the angles; at sides, 
P. -S. Reo. Two pillars; across the field, in three 
lines, p. - 8 - *i. I PLV - svl - tra | i - 747 - p. Plain 
edge. 28 mm.; 417.5 grs. 



SANTIAGO. 

GOLD. 



19. Onza, 1763. Ohv. FERDI NANDUS.VI.D.G.HISP.REX. 
Bust, cuirassed, to right; below, *1753T*r. Rev. 
NOMINA MAGNA SEQUOR. A crowned shield of 
arms, within collar of the Golden Fleece; below, *S* 
• J* 37mm.; 416.5. 



BOGOTA. 

20. Cnarta de onza, 1769. Olv. FERDND.VI.D.G.HISPAN. 

ET IND.REX. Bust, cuirassed, to right; below, 1759. 
R&c. NOMINA MAGNA SEQUOR. Crowned shield 
of arms; below, -A-n.r* j. 23 mm.; 102 grs. 

ChmUs III, A, D. 1760-1788, 

lilMA. 

SILVER. 

21. Peso, 1774. Ohv. CAROLUS. III. - DEI. GRATIA. 

Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1774. Rev. HISPAN. ET IND. REX. M -SR. M. J. 
A crowned shield of arms of Leon and Castile, three 
lilies on an inescutcheon, and a pomegranate on base, 
between two pillars; about the pillars, a scroll inscribed 
(left) PLUS- (right) ultra. Edge, oaoaoa. 41 mm. ; 
409.5 grs. 

22. Peso, 1780. Similar to No. 21, except date. 

23. Peso, 1786. Similar to No. 21, except date. 

24. Peso, 1787. Similar to No. 21, except date. 



218 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

25. Toston, 1760. Proclamation jeton. Ohv. CAROLUS.III. 
HISPAN.ET IND.REX. M. Within a circle, bust, 
cuirassed. Rev. OPTI MO.PRINC.PUBLFIDELIT. 
JURAM. A double eagle, crowned, with shield on 
breast, between two crowned pillars ; beneath talons of 
eagle, sup - vnd. Edge, laurel wreath. 37 mm. 



26. Peseta, 1772. Legends and types similar to No. 21, ex- 

cept the reading .2R. J. M. on reverse. 

27. Peseta, 1781. Similar to No. 26, but reading 2R. M. J. in 

legend on reverse. 

28. Peseta, 1782. Similar to No. 27, except date. 

29. Peseta, 1786. Similar to No. 27, except date. 

30. Peseta, 1788. Similar to No. 27, except date. 



31. Eeal, 1768. Irregular, thick piece. Ohv. Cross, with 

arms of Leon and Castile in angles. Rev. Two crowned 
pillars; three line inscription obliterated, except the 
date (1)768. 42.5 grs. 

32. Beal, 1776. Legends and t37pes similar to No. 21, except 

the reading .1 R. M. J. on reverse. 22 mm. 

33. Eeal, 1777. Similar to No. 31, except date. 

34. Eeal, 1779. Similar to No. 31, except date. 
36. Eeal, 1783. Similar to No. 31, except date. 



POTOSI. 

SILVER. 

37. Peso, 1782. Ohv. Similar to No. 21. Rev. HISPAN. ET 

I N D. REX. f .8 R. P. R. Same type as No. 21. Edge, 
o □ o □ o o. 39 mm. 

38. Peso, 1787. Similar to No. 37, except date. 

39. Peso, 1789. Similar to No. 37, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 219 

40-41. Toston. 1770. Obv. CAROLUS. III. D. G. HISPAN. 
ETIND. REX. A crowned shield of arms of Leon and 
Castile; at sides, left, J | R, between two rosettes, right, 
4, between two rosettes. Rev. VTRA QUE VNUM. 
Two hemispheres, crowned, above the sea, between two 
crowned pillars; about each pillar a scroll inscribed, 
(left) PLUS (right) ultra; below, !»" • 1770 • 1^. 
Edge, wreath. 33 mm. 

42. Toston, 1776. Legends and types similar to No. 37, but 

reading 4 R. J. R. in legend on the reverse, and dated 
1770. 35 mm. 

43. Toston, 1776. Similar to No. 42, except date. 

44. Toston, 1777. Similar to No. 42, except date. 

45. Toston, 1778. Similar to No. 42, hut reading 4 R. P. R. in 

legend on reverse. 

46. Toston, 1780. Similar to No. 45, except date. 



47. Peseta, 1769. OU. CAR. III. D. G. HISP. ET IND. R. 
A crowned shield of arms; at sides, R — 2, each between 
two rosettes. Rev. Similar to No. 40, except the date. 
28 mm. 

48-49. Peseta, 1774. Legends and types similar to No. 21, 
except the reading ^ .2 R. J. R. in legend on reverse. 
28 mm. 

60. Peseta, 1775. Similar to No. 48, except date. 

61. Peseta, 1776. Similar to No. 48, except date. 

62. Peseta, 1777. Similar to No. 48, except date. 

63. Peseta, 1780. Similar to No. 48, but reading 2R. P. R. 

in legend on reverse. 

64. Peseta, 1783. Similar to No. 53, except date. 



66. Real, 1770. Ohv. CAR.III.D.G.HISP.ET IND.R. A 
crowned shield of arms; at sides, R. - 1. Rev. Similar 
to No. 40, but reading ^ .1770. J.R. beneath arms, on 
reverse. 



220 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

66. Heal, 1774. Similar to No. 37, but reading 1*' .1 R. J. R. 
in legend, on reverse. 



BOGOTA. 

GOLD. 

67. Onza,1779. Ohv. CAROLI I I.D.G. HISP.ET IND. REX. 

Bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 1 779. Itef\i. 
IN. UTROQ. FELIX. AUSPICE DEO. A crowned 
shield of arms, within collar of the Golden Fleece; at 
sides of shield, 8 - S ; below, nr. - j j. Edge, ob- 
liquely hatched. 37 mm. ; 417 grs. 

68. Onza, 1786. Similar to No. 57, except date. 415.5 grs. 

69. Cuarta de onza, 1766. Legends and types similar to No. 

57, but reading nr. * . j v. beneath the arms on the 
reverse. 22 mm. ; 92 grs. PI. IX, 6. 

60. Cuarta de onza, 1781. Similar to No. 59, but reading 

NR. * .J. J. beneath the arms on the reverse. 23 mm. ; 
103 grs. 

SILVER. 

61. Eeal, 1777. Similar to No. 37, but reading N R. 1 R. J . J . 

in legend, on reverse. 

62. Eeal, 1790. Similar to No. 61, except date. 

POPAYAN. 

GOLD. 

63. Media onza, 1762. 6>^. CAROLVS. III.D*G* HISPAN* 

ET IND. REX. Bust, cuirassed, to right; below, 
• 1762*. R&v. •NOMINA MAGNA SEQUOR*. 
A crowned shield of arms; below, pn* * * j. 31 mm. ; 
207 grs. 

64. Escndo, 1767. Legends and types similar to No. 63, but 

reading pn. * j. beneath shield of arms on reverse. 
19 mm.; 52.2 grs. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 221 

curies IV, A. D, 1789-1808. 

IiIMA. 
GOLD. 

65. Onza, 1790. Olv. CAROL IV. D. G.IhISP. ET IND. R. 

Bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 1790. 
Rev. IN UTROQ. FELIX AUSPICE DEO. Crowned 
shield of arms, within collar of the Golden Fleece; at 
sides, 8 - S ; below, J^ I. J. 38 mm.; 415.5 grs. 

SILVER. 

66. Peso, 1789. Proclamation piece. Ohv. CAROLUS. IV. 

D. G. HISP. ET. IND. REX. A crowned shield of 
arms, within collar of the Golden Fleece. Rev. 
PUBLIC. FIDELIT. JURAM. 10. OCTOBRIS. 1789. 
A double eagle, crowned, with oval shield of arms 
(the arms of the city of Lima) on breast, between two 
pillars; below, cko (left) — ix (right). 39 mm. 

67. Peso, 1790. Olv. CAROLUS. IV. DEI. GRATIA. Lau- 

reated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1790. Rev. HISPAN ET IND. REX. M -SR. i. J. 
A crowned shield of arms of Leon and Castile, quar- 
tered, three lilies on an inescutcheon, and a pomegranate 
on the base, between two pillars; about the pillars a 
scroll inscribed, plus — ultra. Edge, onoao. 40 
mm.; 410.7 grs. 

68. Peso, 1791. Similar to No. 67, but with the king's title 

written, CAROLUS. Nil. etc., and dated 1791. 

69. Peso, 1796. Similar to No. 68, except date. 

70. Peso, 1797. Similar to No. 68, except date. 

71. Peso, 1798. Similar to No. 68, except date. 

72-73. Pesos, 1799. Similar to No. 68, except dates. 

74-75. Pesos, 1802. Similar to No. 68, except dates. 

76. Peso, 1803. Similar to No. 68, except date. 

77-78. Pesos, 1804. Similar to No. 68, but reading 8R. J. P. 
in the legend on the reverse, and dated 1 804. 

79-80. Pesos, 1805. Similar to No. 77, except dates. 



222 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

81-82. Pesos, 1806. Similar to No. 77, except dates. 
83-84. Pesos, 1807. Similar to No. 77, except dates. 
86-86. Pesos, 1808. Similar to No. 77, except dates. 



87. Peseta, 1792. Obv. CAROLUS. INI.— DEI. GRATIA. 
Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1792. Rev. HISPAN. ET. IND. REX. 2R. I. J. 
Type similar to No. 67. 

88-89. Pesetas, 1793. Similar to No. 87, except dates. 

90. Peseta, 1794. Similar to No. 87, except date. 

91. Peseta, 1796. Similar to No. 87, except date. 

92. Peseta, 1800. Similar to No. 87, except date. 
93-94. Pesetas, 1801. Similar to No. 87, except dates. 
96. Peseta, 1802. Similar to No. 87, except date. 

96. Peseta, 1804. Similar to No. 87, but reading 2R. J. P. in 

legend on reverse, and dated 1 804. 

97. Peseta, 1806. Similar to No. 96, except date. 

98. Peseta, 1806. Similar to No. 96, except date. 

99. Peteta, 1808. Similar to No. 96, except date. 



100. Eeal, 1791. Obv. CAROLUS. MM.— DEI. GRATIA. 
Laureated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1791. R&o. HISPAN. ET IND.REX. .1 R. I.J. Type 
similar to No. 67. 



101. Cnartino, 1797. Obv. Lion, rampant. Rev. Castle; at 
sides, L. — 1/4; below, date. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 223 
POTOSI. 
GOLD. 

102. Onza, 1805. Olv. CAROL Mil. D. G. — HISP. ET 

I N D. R. Bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1805. Reo, IN UTROQ. FELIX. AUSPICE DEO. 
Type similar to No. 65, but with P. - .J T. below the 
arms on reverse. Edge, obliquely hatched. 37 mm. ; 
41Y grs. 

102a. Escudo, 1800. OU. As No. 102. Reo. IN. UTROQ - 
FELIX. A. D. Similar to No. 65; belowarms, P. -J. F. 
Edge, oblique hatching, 19 mm.; 51.8 grs. 

SILVER. 

103. Peso, 1791. (9J^. CAROLUS. Illl.— DEI. GRATIA. Lau- 

reatedbust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 1 791 . 
Rev. Similar to No. 67, but reading ^ 8R. P. R. in 
legend. 41 mm. ; 410 grs. 

104. Peso, 1795. Similar to No. 103, but reading 8R. P. P. 

in the legend on reverse, and dated 1 795. 

105. Peso, 1796. Similar to No. 104, except date; on bust, 

countermarked with bust of George III, of England. 

106. Peso, 1796. Similar to No. 104, except date. 

107. Peso, 1798. Similar to No. 104, except date. 

108. Peso, 1799. Similar to No. 104, except date. 

109. Peso, 1800. Similar to No. 104, except date. 

110. Peso, 1801. Similar to No. 104, except date. 

111. Peso, 1805. Similar to No. 104, except date. 

112. Peso, 1806. Similar to No. 103, but reading 8R. P. J. 

in legend on the reverse. 

113-114. Pesos, 1807. Similar to No. 112, except dates. 
115-116. Pesos, 1808. Similar to No. 112, except dates. 



117. Toston, 1792. Legends and types similar to No. 67, ex- 
cept the reading ^. 4 R. P. R. in legend on reverse. 



224 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

118. Toston, 1798. Similar to No. 117, but reading 4R. P. P. 

in legend on reverse, and dated 1 798. 

119. Toston, 1808. Similar to No. 117, but reading 4R. P. J. 

in legend on reverse, and dated 1 808. 



120. Peseta, 1808. Legends and types similar to No. 67, but 

reading ^ 2 R. P. J . in legend on reverse. 



121. Cuartino, 1797. Similar to No. 101, but with mint- 

mark, ^. 

122. Cnartino, 1800. Similar to No. 121, except date. 

SANTIAGO. 

SILVER. 

123. Peso, 1794. 6>^.CAR0LUS.IIII.— DEI GRATIA. Lau- 

reated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1794. Reo. HISPAN.ET IND.REX. §. 8R. D.A. 
Arms as No. 67. Edge, aoaoa. 40 mm. 



124. Cuartino, 1791. Obv. CAROL IV. D. G. HISP. R. 
Laureated bust to right; below, §. 1 791 . Rev. A cross 
fleury; at center, an oval shield with three lilies; in 
angles, arms of Leon and Castile; the whole within a 
laurel wreath. Edge, oaoao. 13.5 mm. 



BOGOTA. 

GOLD. 

125. Escndo, 1798. Ohv. CAROL llll. - D. G, HISP. ET 
I N D. R. Bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1798. Rev. IN UTROQ. FELIX. A. D. Similar to 
No. 60, but with l - s at sides of the shield, on 
reverse. 18 mm.; 52.5 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 225 
POPAYAN. 

126. Toston, 1790. Proclamation piece. Ohv. CAROL. IV. 
D. G. HISP. ET. IND. R. Bust, cuirassed, to right. 
Rev. PROCLAMATUS. IN. CIVIT. POPAIANENSI. 
A city, at the foot of two mountains; above the further 
mountain, rising sun; on top of the other, three crosses; 
below, TEi^ORic I 1790. 33 mm. 

Ferdinand VII, A. D. 1808-18^1. 

lilMA. 

SILVER. 

127-128. Peso, 1808. Proclamation piece. 6>5v. FERDINAN- 
DUS VII. - D. G. HISP. ET IND. REX. Bust, in 
uniform, to right. Rev. PUBLICAE FIDELITATIS. 
JURAM. LI MAE. Arms similar to No. m\ below, 
ABASCAL 13 OCTOB. | 1808. Edge, wreath. 39 mm. 

129. Peso, 1810. Ohv. FERDIN. VII.— DEI. GRATIA. Lau- 

reated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1810. Rev. HISPAN.ET IND. REX. M 8R. J. P. 
A crowned shield of arms of Leon and Castile, 
quartered, three lilies on an inescutcheon, and a pome- 
granate on the base, between the two pillars of Hercu- 
les; about the pillars, -a scroll inscribed plus - ultra. 
Edge, • — • — .—. 39 mm. 

130. Peso, 1811. Similar to No. 129, except date. 425.5 grs. 

131. Peso, 1811. Ohv. Inscription as No. 129; a short bust, 

laureated, draped, to right. Rev. Similar to No. 129. 



132. Toston, 1816. Legends and types similar to No. 129, but 
reading ]VJ 4R.J.P. in legend on reverse. 



133. Peseta, 1810. Legends and types similar to No. 129, but 

reading .2R. J. P. in legend on reverse. 

134. Peseta, 1811. Similar to No. 133, but the bust in mantle 

only, and dated 1811. 

1666°— 12 15 



226 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

136. Peseta, 1814. Similar to No. 134, except date. 

136. Peseta, 1816. Similar to No. 134, except date. 

137. Peseta, 1816. Similar to No. 134, except date. 

138. Peseta, 1818. Similar to No. 134, except date. 

139. Eeal, 1818. Legends and types similar to No. 129, but 

reading J^. 1 R. J. P. in legend on reverse. 

140. Real, 1819. Similar to No. 139, except date. 

141. Cnartino, 1812. Obv. Lion rampant. Rev. Castle; at 

sides, L. - 1/4. 

142. Cnartino, 1820. Similar to No. 141, except date. 



POTOSI. 
GOLD. 

143. Onza,1810. Oho. FERDND.VII.D.G. HISP.ETIND.R. 

Bust of Charles IV, cuirassed and draped, to right; 
below, 1 81 0. Rec. Similar to No. 65, but with P. J F. 
below the arms, on reverse. Edge, obliquely hatched. 
37 mm. ; 419 grs. 

SILVER. 

144. Peso, 1808. Proclamation piece. Ohv. OPTIMO*PRINC 

• PUBLICE* FIDELIT.*JURAT.* Mount Cerro 
de Potosi, on which appear passim llamas and five 
men; above, a crown, and eagle's wings projecting up- 
ward from behind the top of the mountain; at each side, 
a pillar. Rev. potosi | pro | ferdinando vii | anno | 
1808, within a laurel wreath. 40 mm. 

145. Peso, 1813. 6>^. FERDI N. VII— DEI. GRATIA. Laure- 

ated bust, draped, to right; below, 1813. Rev. HIS- 
PAN.ET IND.REX. f 8R. P.J. Arms similar to No. 
129. 39.5 mm.; 416 grs. 

146. Peso, 1814. Similar to No. 145, except date. 
147-148. Peso, 1817. Similar to No. 145, except dates. 
149. Peso, 1818. Similar to No. 145, except date. 
160. Peso, 1820. Similar to No. 145, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 227 

151. Peso, 1822. Similar to No. 145, except date. 

152-153. Peso, 1824. Similar to No. 145, except dates. 

164. Peso, 1825. Similar to No. 145, but reading 8R. I.L. in 
legend on reverse. 



155. Toston, 1818. Legends and types similar to No. 129, but 
reading ^ . 4R. P. J. in legend on reverse. 



156. Peseta, 1817. Similar to No. 145, but reading ^ .2R. 
P. J . in legend, on the reverse. 

SANTIAGO. 

SILVER. 

167. Peso, 1810. Ohv. FERDIN. VII.— DEI GRATIA. Lau- 

reated bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 
1810. ^ev. HISPAN.ET IND. REX. §. 8R. F. J. 
• Arms as No. 129. 40 mm. 

168. Peso, 1816. Similar to No. 157, but bust has only the 

mantle. 



169. Toston, 1811. Legends and types similar to No. 129, but 
reading §. 4R. F. J. in the legend on reverse. 



160. Peseta, 1811. Legends and types similar to No. 129, but 
reading §. 2R. F. J. in legend on reverse. 



161. Real, 1813. Legends and types similar to No. 129, but 
reading S. 1 R. F.J. in legend, on reverse. 



162. Cnartino, 1817. Similar to No. 141, except the mint- 
mark, which is S. 



228 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

BOGOTA. 
GOLD. 

163. Escudo, 1811. 6>^. FERDND. VII. D. G. HISP. ET IND: 

R. Bust, cuirassed and draped, to right; below, 181 1 . 
Reo. IN UTROQ. FELIX. A. D. Crowned shield of 
arms, within collar of the Golden Fleece; at sides, 
1-8; below, nr - J. J. 18 mm. ; 52 grs. PI. IX, 7. 

SILVER. 

164. Real, 1808. Similar to No. 129, but reading N R.l R.F.J. 

in legend, on reverse. 

165. Real, 1818. As No. 164, except date. 

166. Real, 1819. As No. 164, except date. 

SANTA MARTA. 

167. AE. Cuartino, 1813. Necessity jiece. Ohv. F. VII and 

the date, within a beaded circle. Reo. S. M. within a 
beaded circle. 21 mm. 

168. AE. Cuartino, 1820. Necessity piece. C>5v. Across, witH 

S. M. castle, and a sword, in the angles. Rev. Value, 
1/4 ; between a sword and a castle; crown above. 

NTTEVO SANTANDBR. 

169. Peso, 1809. Proclamation piece. Ohv. FERNANDO* 

VI1*REY*DE*ESPANA*Y*LAS* INDIAS. A 
crowned shield of arms, between two crowned pillars. 

Rev. PROCLAMADO ] EX LA CAPITAL. | DEL XUEBO SAN | 
TANDER EN 8 DE I ABRIL DEL [ AND. DE 1809, withiu a 

laurel wreath. Edge, oaocnoa. 40 mm. 



REPUBLIC OF PANAMA. 



The coinage of the Republic of Panama, which dates from 1904, is based 
on the gold Balboa of 1.672 grams and 900 thousandths fine. The actual 
coinage consists of silver and nickel. The silver Peso, which is equivalent 
in weight and fineness — 25 grams, 900 thousandths fine — to the 5-franc 
piece of the Latin Monetary Union, is equivalent to one-half the gold 
Balboa. The small silver V20 -Peso, or 2J^ centesimos de Balboa, was discon- 
tinued in 1907 because of its inconveniently small size, and a nickel piece 
of the same value substituted. 

SILVER. 

1. Peso, 1904. REPUBLICA — DE PANAMA. Mailed 

bust of Balboa to left, with helmet, on the rim of 
which is DIGS ley libertad; beneath the bust, bal- 
boa; below, 1904. Bev. cincuenta centesimos de 
BALBOA. Arms of the Republic; beneath, g. 25. ley 
0.900. Edge, reeded. 36 mm. 

2. Medio peso, 1904. Obv. Similar to No. 1. Rev. veinti- 

ciNCO centesimos de BALBOA. Arms of the Republic; 
below, G. 12.500 LEY 0.900. Edge, reeded. 30 mm. 

3. Decimo, 1904. Similar to No. 1, except the legends on the 

reverse which are diez centesimos de balboa and g. 
5. LEY 0.900. Edge, reeded. 24 mm. 

4. Medio decimo, 1904. Similar to No. 1, except the legends 

on the reverse which are cinco centesimos de balboa 
and G 2.500 LEY 0.900. Edge, reeded. 18 mm. 

5. 2 1/2 Centesimos, 1904. Similar to No. 1, except the legends 

on the reverse, which are dos y medio centesimos de 
balboa and g. 1.25 ley 0.900. Edge, reeded. 10 mm. 

229 



230 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

NICKEL. 

6. 21/2Centesimos, 1907. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE PANAMA. 

Arms of the Republic; below, . 1907 . Ben. dos y 
MEDIO CENTESiMos DE BALBOA; ill the field, 2-1/2 
I * * * * I * * * . Edge, plain. 21 mm. 

7. Medio centesimo, 1907. Olxo. REPUBLICA DE PANAMA. 

Bust of Balboa to left, as No. 1; below, . 1907 . Beo. 

MEDIO I CENTESIMO | DE | BALBOA [ — • — | . Edge, 

plain. 16 mm. 



COLOMBIA. 



In 1811 New Granada declared itself independent of Spain and formed 
a Republic. In 1819 the Republic of Colombia was erected out of what are 
now Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador, This union lasted only until 
1836, when Venezuela and Ecuador established independent governments, 
and the States of Colombia were formed into the Granadine Confederation, 
which finally became the United States of Colombia in 1861. 

The change in the coins produced by the first political change just noted 
was the introduction of the types of the bust of an Indian woman, with 
the feather crown and the legend Libertad Americana; and on the reverse, 
the pomegranate (Spanish, granada) , a type parlant referring to the name 
of the country. The mints of this Republic were at Bogota and Popayan 
in Colombia proper, and at Quito in Ecuador. Under the Granadine 
Confederation or the Republica de la Nueva Granada, the type of American 
Liberty and the pomegranate were continued for a short time, but they 
presently gave way to a Caucasian type of Liberty and the consular fasces 
over the bow and arrow, between two comucopise. 

The coinage of the Republic, both of Colombia and of New Granada, 
retained the Spanish system with the Peso of 8 Reales as the unit until 
1847, when a decimal system with a Peso of 10 Reales as the unit was 
adopted. But for popular convenience in the transition from a long-used 
system to a different one, the Granadino (No. 28), an 8-real piece after 
the old system, was also coined. Finally, in 1871 the United States of 
Colombia adopted the monetary system of the Latin Union, with a gold 
Peso as the unit. The types of the new coinage brought out on this 
standard were the head of Liberty and the national arms, and embrace 
also a statement of the weight and fineness of the piece. 

The arms of Colombia. — Shield divided per fess, on chief azure a pome- 
granate vert between two cornucopias, from which pour piasters; on base 
Isthmus of Darien azure with ship on each side; on fess argent a Phrygian 
cap gules on a pole or; crest, an eagle with wings displayed. Motto, 

LIBERTAD I ORDEN. 

231 



232 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

BEPTJBLIC OF COLOMBIA, 1819-1836. 

GOLD. 
BOGOTA. 

1. Onza, 1831. 6>Jv. REPUBLICA DECOLOMBIA. Draped 

bust of Liberty to left, with fillet inscribed libertad; 
below, 1831. Rev. Consular fasces, over which are a 
bow and three arrows in saltire between two cornu- 
copiae; above, BOGOTA; below, 8 . S. * R . S. 
Edge, obliquely hatched. 37 mm,; 416.5 grs. 

2. Cnarta de onza, 1829. Types similar to No. 1, but reading 

2. S. * R. S. below arms on reverse. Edge, obliquely 
hatched. 22 mm. ; 105 grs. 

3. Medio escudo, 1826. Types similar to No. 1, but with 

LIBER, on fillet about head of Liberty, and on reverse 
reading 1 . P. J. F. Edge, obliquely hatched. 15 mm.; 
26.5 grs. 

4. Medio escudo, 1835. Similar to No. 3, except date. 26 grs. 

POPAYAN. 

6. Onza, 1826. Obv. Similar to No. 1, except the date. Eev. 
Type similar to No. 1, but with POPAYAN above, and 
8. E. * F. M . below, the arms. Edge, obliquely hatched. 
36 mm. ; 416 grs. 

6. Onza, 1836. Similar to No. 5, but reading "8. E. • U. R. 

below the arms on the reverse. 36 mm.; 416.5 grs. 

7. Escudo, 1823. Types similar to No. 1, but with PO PA Y A N 

above the arms, and 1. E. * F. M. below* Edge, 
obliquely hatched. 19 mm. ; 51 grs. 

SILVER. 
BOGOTA. 

8. Peso, 1819. Oh). LIBERTAD AMERICANA. Bust 

of an Indian woman, with feather crown, to left; 
below, .1819. ^^. NUEVA GRANADA . J . F . 
A pomegranate with two leaves on the stem; at sides, 
8 - R. Edge, oaoao. 39 mm. ; 381 grs. 

9. Peso, 1820. Similar to No. 8, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 233 

10. Peso, 1820. 6>J«. REPUBLICA DE COLOMBIA. Bust 

of an Indian woman, with feather crown, to left; below, 
1820. ^ev. CUNDINAMARCA. A pomegranate; at 
sides, 8 — R; below, J. F. Edge, oaoaoa. 39 
mm. ; 368 grs. 

11. Peso, 1821. Sunilar to No. 10, but with B^ . J. F. be- 

neath the pomegranate, on reverse. 

12. Peso (Colombiano), 1836. Obv. REPUBLICA DE CO- 

LOMBIA. Between two cornucopise, consular fasces, 
over which are bow and three arrows, crossed; below, 
1835. Rev. Within a laurel wreath, b. j colombiano | 
OCHO I REALES | K. s. | ; above, between the ends of the 
branches of the wreath, libertad, incused on a ribbon. 
PI. XIV, 2. . . 



13. Peseta, 1821. Olv. REPUBLICA DE COLOMBIA. 
Head of an Indian woman, with feather crown, to left; 
below, 1821. Rev. CUNDINAMARCA. Pomegran- 
ate on stem with three leaves; at sides, 2 - R; below, 
BA. J.F. 27 mm. 



14. Beal, 1821. Similar to the Peso, No. 10, but reading 

1 — R. ; below, in field, B^. J. F. 30 mm. 

15. Real, 1827. Ohv. Type similar to No. 12, except date. 

Rev. Within a wreath, B | 1. REAL | R.R. ; above, on 

a scroll, LIBERTAD. 

16. Real, 1829. Similar to No. 15, except date. 

17. Real, 1833. Similar to No. 15, but reading b. | l. real. | 

R. s. I within the wreath on reverse. 

18. Real, 1835. Similar to No. 17, except date. 

GRANADINE CONFEDERATION, 1836-1858. 

19. Onza (16 Pesos), 1837. Olv. REPULICA DE LA NUEVA 

GRANADA. Draped bust of Liberty to left, with 
fillet inscribed libertad; below, 1837. Ree. Arms of 
the Confederation: a spade-shaped shield with laurel 



234 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

wreath above, from which spring scrolls inscribed, 
LIBERTAD - I ORDEN, and above the whole, a con- 
dor in downward flight; around, DIEZ I SEIS PESOS, 
BOGOTA. R. S. Edge, reeded. 36 mm.; 416 grs. 

PL xni, 1. 

20. Onza, 1838. Similar to No. 19, except date; 416 grs. 

21. Onza, 1849. Ohi. REPUBLICA DE LA NUEVA GRA- 

NADA. Bust of Liberty to left, with fillet inscribed 
LIBERTAD ; below, 1849. Rem. Arms: a spade-shaped 
shield of arms over four flags, draped two and two, 
surmounted by a condor with laurel wreath in beak; 
above, BOGOTA. PESO-25.8064. G.; below, LEI 
0.900. Edge, reeded. 37 mm.: 398 grs. A pattern 
by Wyoh. 

22. Onza, 1849. Pattern of No. 21, in silver, but with plain 

edge. 

23. Media onza, 1856. Legends and types similar to No. 21, 

but with PESO-1 6.400.G in legend on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. 26 mm.; 252.2 grs. 

24. Peso 1846. Types similar to No. 19, but with U N PESO. 

BOGOTA. R. S. on reverse. 14.5 mm.; 25.7 grs. 

SILVER. 

25. Peso, 1837. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE LA NUEVA GRANA- 

DA. Arms of Colombia; below, 1837. Rev. * BO- 
GOTA *. Within a laurel wreath, 8 | reales; below, 
R * S. Edge, reeded. 38 mm. 

26. Peso, 1839. Oh). REPUBLICA DE LA NUEVA GRA- 

NADA. A condor, in downward flight; in the beak, a 
ribbon inscribed libertad i orden; below, a cor- 
nucopia, and beneath, 1839. Rev. VALE OCHO 
REALES. Within a closed laurel wreath, lei | ocho | 
DiNEROs; below, R * BOGOTA * S. Edge, oizioczio. 
39 mm.; 349 grs. PI. XIV, 3. 

27. Peso, 1843. Similar to No. 25, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 235 

28. Peso, 1847. Granadino. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE LA 

NUEVA GRANADA. Shield of arms, between two 
laurel branches; below, 1847. Rev. Within a wreath, 
OCHO I REALES; around, BOGOTA. - LEY. 0.900. 
Edge, reeded. 34 mm.; 306 grs. 

29. Peso, 1847. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE LA NUEVA GRA- 

NADA. Arms of the Republic : a shield surmounted by 
a condor over four flags, crossed; below, 1847. Rev. 
Within a wreath, diez | reales; below, LEY 0.900. 
Edge, reeded. 36 mm. ; 385 grs. 

30. Peso, 1848. Similar to No. 29, except date. 



31. Peseta, 1840. Legends and types similar to No. 26, but 

reading VALE DOS REALES on reverse. 25 mm. 

32. Peseta, 1849. Legends and types similar to No. 28, but 

reading DOS REALES within wreath on reverse. 

18 mm. 

33. Peseta, 1850. Similar to No. 32, except date. 

34. Peseta, 1861. Similar to No. 32, except date. 

35. Peseta, 1857. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE LA NUEVA 

GRANADA. Arms of the Republic within a wreath; 
below, 1857. Rev. Within a wreath, dos decimos; 
above, BOGOTA; below, LEI 0.900.' 



36. Real, 1837. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE LA NUEVA GRA- 

NADA. Pomegranate between two cornucopise. R&v. 
Within a wreath, 1 | real; above, BOGOTA ; below, 
R. * S. Edge, reeded. 20 mm. 

37. Real, 1838. Similar to No. 36, except date. 

38. Real, 1839. Similar to No. 36, except datkC. 

39. Real, 1845. Similar to No. 36, except date. 

40. Real, 1847. Similar to No. 36, but with un j real j on 

reverse. 18 mm. 

41. Real, 1852. Similar to No. 40, except date. 



236 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

42. Cnartino, 1821. Obv. Pomegranate, with three leaves at- 

tached to stem. Rev. Liberty cap; below, 1 821 ; left, 
B^; right, 1/4. 12 mm. 

43. Cuartino, 1846. Ohv. Cornucopia; below, 1845. Rev. 

1/4 1 DE I REAL; above, BOGOTA. 

UNITED STATES OF COLOMBIA. 

GOLD. 
BOGOTA. 



V 



44. 10 Pesos, 1863. Ohv. ESTADOS UNIDOS DE COLUM- 

BIA. Bust of Liberty to left, with a fillet inscribed 
libertad; below, 1863, and on border, nine stars. Rev. 
Arms as No. 4; around, G. 16. 129 • DIEZ PESOS • 
LEI 0.900; below, BOGOTA. Edge, reeded. 26 mm. 

45. Peso, 1872. Ohv. ESTADOS UNIDOS DE COLUM- 

BIA. Bust of Liberty to left; below, date and nine 
stars. Rev. A condor, with wings expanded; around, 
G. 1,612. - UN PESO. - LEI 0.900; beneath 
the condor, BOGOTA. Edge, reeded. 13 mm. 

46. Peso, 1873. Similar to No. 45, except date. 

MEDEIililX. 

47. 2 Pesos, 1871. , Similar to No. 44, but with G. 5. 225. DOS 

PESOS in inscription on reverse, and below arms, 
MEDELLIN. Edge, reeded. 18 mm. 

48. Peso, 1864. Oh). Head of Liberty to left; above, CO- 

LUMBIA; below, nine stars. Rev. 1 | PESO | 1864 
within a wreath; around, M. PESO G. 1, 612 - * 
LEI 0, 900 *. Reeded edge; 14 mm. 

SILVER. 

49. Peso, 1866. Olv. ESTADOS UNIDOS DE COLOMBIA. 

Arms of the Republic. Rev. Within a wreath, un | 
PESO I 1866; above, BOGOTA; below, LEI 0.900. 
Edge, Dios. LEI. LIBERTAD. 37 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 237 

60. Peso, 1871. Obv. ESTADOS UNIDOS DE COLOMBIA. 
Bust of Liberty to left, with fillet inscribed libertad; 
below, 1871, and nine stars. Hev, Arms of the Re- 
public; around, GRAM. 25 — UN PESO — LEI. 0.900; 
below the arms, BOGOTA. Edge as No. 49. 38 mm. 

51. Peso, 1869. Similar \o No. 50, but with MED ELLIN 
beneath the arms on the reverse. 



BOaOTA. 



62. Medio peso, 1869. Types similar to No. 50, but on the 

reverse the inscription reads G . 1 2 . 500 — C I N C O D EC I - 
MOS. — LEI. 0.835. 30 mm. 

63. Medio peso, 1881. Types similar to No. 50, but on reverse ^ 

the inscription reads G. 12.500— CI NCUENTA CEN- 
TAVOS— LEI 0.835. ^ • - 

64. Medio peso, 1883. Similar to No. 53, except date. 

66. Medio peso, 1887. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE COLOMBIA. 
Head of Liberty to left, with wavy hair, and a fillet in- 
scribed libertad; below, 1887. Reo. Similar to No. 
53, but reading LEI 0.500. Edge as No. 49. 30 mm. 

66. Medio peso, 1892. OU. REPUBLICA DE COLOMBIA. 

Bust of Columbus left, with cap; below, 1892. Rev, 
Shield of arms surmounted by condor, over crossed 
flags; above, CI NCUENTA CENTAVOS: below, G. 
12.500 LEY 0.835. Edge, reeded. 

67. Medio peso, 1898. Similar to No. 55, but with more 

youthful bust of Liberty, and reading LEI 0.835 to 
right of arms on reverse. 

68. Medio peso, 1902. Similar to No. 55, but on reverse CI N- 

CUENTA CENTAVOS above, and G.I 2.500.LEY 0.835 
below, arms. Edge, reeded. 

MEDEIiLIN. 

69. Medio peso, 1876. Similar to No. 51, but reading CI NCO 

DEC I MOS above, and LEI 0.835 to right, of arms on 
reverse. 30 mm. 



238 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

60. Medio peso, 1888. 6>Jw. REPUBLICA DE COLOMBIA. 
Bust of Liberty to left, with fillet inscribed libeetad; 
below, 1888. Rev. Similar to No. 51, but reading 
CINCO DECIMOS above, and LEI 0.500 to right of, 
arms on reverse. 30 nma. 



BOGOTA. 



61. 2 Decimos, 1867. Olv. ESTADOS UNIDOS DE CO- 

LOMBIA. Shield of arms within a wreath; below, 
nine stars. Reo. Within a laurel wreath, dos | deci- 
mos I 1867. Above, BOGOTA; below, LEI 0.835. 

62. 20 Centavos, 1884. Obv. Inscription as No. 61; bust of 

Liberty to left, with a fillet inscribed libebtad. 
Rev. Between two cornucopise, 20 | cent; below, 
BOGOTA. Edge, reeded. 19 mm. 

63. 20 Centavos, 1897. Oho. REPUBLICA DE COLOMBIA. 

Head of Liberty to right. Rev. Arms of the Republic; 
above, VEINTE CENTAVOS.; below, • G.5 BO- 
GOTA LEY 0.666. Edge, reeded. 24 mm. 

MEDBIiljIN. 

64. 2 Decimos, 1872. Oh). Similar to No. 62. Rev. Arms of 

the Republic; above, DOS DECIMOS: below, M E- 
DELLIN; to left, G.5. ; to right, LEI. 0.900. Edge, 
reeded. 18 mm. 

65. 2 Decimos, 1874. Similar to No. 64, except date. 



BOGOTA. 



66. Decimo, 1866. Ohu. ESTADOS UNIDOS DE COLOM- 

BIA. A pomegranate between two cornucopise; below, 
nine stars. Rev. un | decimo | 1866 | within a laurel 
wreath; BOGOTA above, and LEI 0,835 below. Edge, 
reeded. 11 mm. 

67. Decimo, 1868. Oh). ESTADOS UNIDOS DE COLOM- 

BIA. Bust of Liberty left, with fillet inscribed li- 
bertad; below, 1 868, and nine stars. Rei}. Arms of the 
Republic; above, UN DECIMO; left, G.2.500; right, 
LEI 0.835; below, BOGOTA. 19 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 239 

68. Decimo, 1871. Similar to No. 67, except date. 

69. Decimo, 1875. Similar to No. 67. Rev. 10 | cent | be- 

tween two cornucopiae, crossed, with mouths down- 
ward; above, GRAM. 2,500 - LEI 0,838; below, BO- 
GOTA. Edge, reeded. 19 mm. 

70. Decimo, 1879. Similar to No. 67, except date. 

71. lOCentavos, 1897. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE COLOMBIA. 

Head of Liberty right. Rev. Similar to No. 67, but 
reading DIEZ CENTAVOS on reverse. 18 mm. 

72. Medio decimo, 1868. Legends and types similar to No. 

67, but reading MEDIO DECIMO - G. 1.250 - LEI 
0.666 - BOGOTA on reverse. 

73. Medio decimo, 1872. Similar to No. 72, except date. 

15 mm. 

74. Medio decimo, 1875. Types similar to No. 69, but on re- 

verse reading 5 | cent | within wreath, and around, 
GRAM.1,250- LEI 0,666. Edge, plain. M mm. 

76. Medio decimo, 1880. Similar to No. 72, except date. 

76. Medio decimo, 1883. Similar to No. 72, except date. 

MEDEIililN. 

77. Medio decimo, 1874. Olv. ESTADOS UNIDOS DE CO- 

LOMBIA. Head of Liberty left, with fillet inscribed 
libertad; below, 1874, and nine stars. Rev. 5 | cent | 
between two cornucopise; below, medellin. 15 mm. 

78. Cuartino, 1872. Ohv. Pomegranate; below, 1872. Rev. 

lAjl CENT.; above, BOGOTA; below, •••••• 
*••. 

79. Cuartino, 1880. Similar to No. 78, except date. 

NICKEL. 

80. 6 Centavos, 1886. Olv. REPUBLICA DE COLOMBIA. 

Bust of Liberty to left, with a fillet inscribed libertad. 
Rev. Large numeral 5 beneath two sprigs of laurel, 
with CENTAVOS beneath. 20 mm . 

81. 5 Centavos, 1888. Similar to No. 80, except the date, and 

5ICENTAV0S within laurel wreath. 



240 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

82-83. 6 Centavos, 1902. Similar to No. 81, except dates. 

84r-86. 2-1/2 Centavos, 1881. Obv, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE 
COLOMBIA. A Liberty cap within a circle of dots; 
below, nine stars. Rev. DOS I MEDIO CENTAVOS. 
Value, 2-1/2 {Centavos\ within circle of dots; below, 
1881. 18 mm. 

86-87. 2-1/2 Centavos, 1881. Similar to No. 84, but with 

2-1/2 C. on reverse. 

88-89. 2-1/2 Centavos, 1886. Similar to No. 84, except dates. 



VENEZUELA. 



The independence of Venezuela dates from April 19, 1810, when the 
junta which had acted in behalf of Ferdinand VII and against Joseph 
Napoleon, then King of Spain, deposed the Spanish captain general and 
began to govern the country in their own name. From 1819 until 1836 
Venezuela was a part of the Republic of Colombia. The autonomous 
coinage prior to the union with Colombia is limited to a bronze quarter- 
real, and to some euartinos in bronze struck at Caracas. 

The first important coinage law after the breaking up of the Republic 
of Colombia and the formation of the Republic of Venezuela was enacted 
in 1857. This law established as unit the gold Venezolano of 100 Centavos, 
and provided for a series of silver coins consisting of a Peso of 10 Reales, 
a Medio peso, a Two-real piece, a Real or Decimo, and a Medio real. Of this 
series, the Peso, first struck in 1863, had for obverse type the head of the 
distinguished citizen ( CIUDADANO ESCLARICIDO) , Antonio Paez, and 
on reverse the statement of value. The remainder of the series has the 
head of Liberty and the arms of the Republic. 

In 1871 the United States of Venezuela adopted a coinage system which 
approaches closely to that of the Latin Monetary Union, with a gold Vene- 
zolano of 1.612 grams, 900 thousandths fine, as the unit. 

The types of the new coins have on obverse the head of Bolivar, the 
Liberator, and on reverse the arms of the Republic. 

The arms of Venezuela. — Party per pale and base, in dexter gules garbe 
or, in sinister or trophy of two flags, two swords, and a Liberty Pole, on 
base azure horse courant contoumee; crest, two comucopise of flowers; 
motto, 19 ABRIL 1810 - LIBERTAD - 5 DE JULIO 1811. 

INDEPENDENT EEPUBLIC. 

GOLD. 

1. Bolivar, 1887. 6>J^. BOLIVAR LIBERTADOR. Head 
of Bolivar to right; beneath, babre. H&v. ESTADOS 
UNIDOS DE VENEZUELA. Arms of Venezuela; 
beneath, laurel and palm branches in saltire, and a 
scroll inscribed tndepend^^ - 5 de julio 1811 to digs r 

FED°^ - 28 DE MARZO 1864 OO LIBERTAD; bcloW, G R. 

32.2580.1 887.LE I 900. Edge, reeded. 22 mm.; 497.5 
grs. PI. XIII, 2. 

1666°— 12 16 241 



242 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

2. 1/4 BolivfU", 1876. Types similar to No. 1, but reading 

GR. 8.0645. 1875. LEI. 900 below the anns on reverse. 
Edge, reeded. 22 mm.; 124.6 grs. 

3. 1/6 Bolivar, 1880. Types similar to No. 1, but reading G R. 

6.45161.1880. LEI 900 below the arms on reverse. 
Edge, reeded. 22.5 mm.; 100 grs. 

SILVER. 

4. Venezolano, 1902. 05^. BOLIVAR LI BERTADOR. Head 

of Bolivar to left; beneath, baree. Rev. ESTADOS 
UNIDOS DE VENEZUELA. The arms of Venezuela, 
similar to No. 1; below, •GRAM 25-K LEI 900*. 
Edge, reeded. 37 mm.; 385.5 grs. PL XIV, 4. 



6. Medio peso (6 reales), 1866. Obv. RE PUB DE VENE- 
ZUELA. Arms of the Republic between laurel and 
palm branches; beneath, on a scroll, 10 de abril 1810 - 
LiBERTAD-5 DE JULIO 1811; below, * 5 R""^^. 11.50 G^. 
Rev. Head of Liberty to left, with fillet inscribed 
libertad; above, seven stars; below, 1836. 

6. Medio venezolano, 1874. Similar to No. 4, but reading 
G. 12.500.1874. LEI 835 below arms on reverse. 



7. Veintesimo, 1876. Similar to No. 4, but with square shield 

of arms on reverse. 

8. 2 Bolivars, 1902. Similar to No. 4, but reading GRAM. 

10.1902. LEI 900 on reverse. 



9. Bolivar, 1902. Similar to No. 4, but reading GRAM. 5. 
1902. LEI 835. 24 mm. 

10-11. Medio bolivar, 1902. Similar to No. 4, but reading 
G R.2.500. 1 905. LEI 835. on the reverse. 19 mm. 

12-13. 1/4 Bolivar, 1902. Similar to No. 4, but reading G R. 
1.230.1 902. LEI 855. on the reverse. 16 mm. 



CATA1.0OUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 243 
NICKEL. 

14. 12-1/2 Centavos, 1896. Olv, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE 
VENEZUELA. Shield of arms. Rev. 12-1/2 centavos | 
within wreath. 

16. 6 Centavos, 1896. Similar to No. 14, but 5 | centAvos | 
within wreath on reverse. 



16. 2-1/2 Centavos, 1877. Similar to No. 14, but reading 
DOS I y MEDIO I centavos I within wreath on the re- 
verse. 23 mm. 



17. Centavo, 1877. Similar to No. 14, but reading UN | cen- 
TAVO I within wreath on reverse. 19 mm. 



BRONZE. 



18. 2 Centavos, 1863. 6>5?;. CIUDADANO - ESCLARECIDO. 
Head of President Paez to left. Rev. REPUBLICA 
DEVENEZUELA. 2 centavos | 1863 | within a wreath. 
30 mm. 



19. Centavo, 1843. Olv. REPUBLICA DE VENEZUELA. 

Draped bust of Liberty to right, with liberty cap. 
Rev. 1 I CENTAVO I 1843 | within a laurel Wreath. Edge, 
central hatching- 32 mm. By Wyon. 

20. Centavo, 1862. Obv. REPUBLICA DE VENEZUELA. 

Liberty head to right, with cap, the band inscribed 
LiBERTAD. Rev. 1 | CENTAVO | 1862 | within a wreath of 
olive. 26 mm. 

21. Centavo, 1863. Similar to No. 20, except date. 



22. Medio centavo, 1843. Similar to No. 19, but reading 1 /2 

CENTAVO I 1843 | within wreath on reverse. 

23. Medio centavo, 1862. Similar to No. 22, except date. 



244 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

24. 1/4 Centavo, 1843. Similar to No. 19, but reading 1/4 

CENTAVO I 1843 | within wreath on reverse. 

25. 1/4 Centavo, 1852. Similar to No. 24, except date. 



CABACAS. 

26. AE. 1/4 Heal, 1816. OU. ZkRkQ.k'^ ANO DE 1816. A 

lion rampant and a cross, within an oval between two 
tendrils; above, a crown. Rev. Monogram (Venezuela) 
and value, 1 /4, below. 

27. AE. 1/4 Eeal, 1817. . Similar to No. 26, except date. 

28. AE. 1/4 Eeal, 1818. Similar to No. 26, except date. 



29. AE. 1/8 Eeal, 1818. Similar to No. 26, but with 1/8 below 
the monogram on reverse. 



30. AE. Peseta, 1818. Necessity piece. Ohv. Cross potent, 

with arms of Leon and Castile in angles; above and 
below, 2. Rev. Two pillars; and across field, lv-svl- 
TE. I B. 1818. 8. I CARACAS. 24.5 mm.; 73.5 grs. 

31. AE. Eeal, 1818. Obv. Similar to No. 30, but with F on 

left, and 7 on right, of the cross. Reo. Similar to 
No. 30. but reading plv-svl-tka. 



32. AE. Toston, 1819. Necessity piece. Similar to No. 31, 
except the marks of denomination, which above and 
below the cross are the numeral 4. 32 mm. : 133 grs. 



ECUADOR 



From the diasolution of the Republic of Colombia in 1836, until 1856, 
Ecuador adhered to the old Spanish system of coinage with the Peso of 
8 Reals. In 1856 the system of the Latin Union was adopted with the 
Franco as the unit. But the change proved too radical for a population 
accustomed to the Peso of 8 Reals and had to be modified in 1871, when 
a more suitable unit, a Peso of 5 Francs, or 10 Reals, 100 Centavos, waa 
established. 

The system now in use was established in 1884, of which the gold coins 
are the Double Condor, Condor, Doublon, the 1/5 Condor, 1/10 Condor, the 
last being equivalent to the 5-franc piece of the Latin Union, and the silver 
Sucre, named after Gen. Sucre, a former President, and its subdivisions on 
the decimal system. 

The types of the silver are the head of President Sucre and the arms of 
the Republic. 

The mint of Ecuador is at Quito. 

The arms of Ecuador. — Three mountains on a coast, off which a steamer 
with flag on the bow and a caduceus in stern; above, the zodiac with 
meridian sun, to dexter and sinister of which are two signs of the zodiac; 
shield supported by consular fasces with ax; crest, an eagle with winga 
displayed inverted. 

AS PART OF THE REPUBLIC OF COLOMBIA. 

GOLD. 

1. Doblado, 1835. Ohv. EL ECUADOR EN COLOMBIA. 

Draped bust of Liberty to left, with fillet inscribed 
libertad; wears earrings; below, l.QUITO.D. liev. 
EL PODER EN LA CONSTITUCION. Sun above 
two mountains, on each of which is perched a condor; 
below, 1836. G.J. Edge, reeded. 23 mm.; 103 grs. 

2. Escudo, 1835. Types similar to No. 1, but with 1 . QU ITO. 

E. beneath the bust, on obverse. Edge, reeded. 
19 mm. ; 51 grs. 

245 



246 CATALOGUE OF COINS/ TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

EEPITBnC OF ECUADOR. 

3. Onza, 1847. Obv. EL PODER EN LA CONSTITUCION. 

Head of Bolivar to left, and the name, bolivar, be- 
neath; below, 1847.21 Qs_ ^^, REPUBLICA DEL 
ECUADOR. Arms of the Republic; at sides, 8 — E ; 
below, Q U I TO. G . J . Edge, wreath. 37 mm. ; 419 grs. 

4. Media onza, 1836. Obv. EL PODER EN LA CONSTITU- 

CION. Bust of Liberty as No. 1 ; below, 21 . Qs 1 836. 
4. E. Reo. REPUBLICA DEL ECUADOR. Three 
mountains; on summit of the one to left a castle, on 
which is perched a condor, and on the two mountains to 
right a condor and a vulture, respectively; above, zo- 
diac with meridian sun, and thereover, *******; 
below, QU ITO. F. P. Edge, reeded. 29 mm. ; 209.5grs. 
PI. XIII, 3. 

6. 1/2 Condor (10 snores), 1900. Ohv. REPUBLICA DEL 
ECUADOR. Head of Gen. Sucre to left; below, 1900. 
Reo. Arms of the Republic; above, DIEZ SUCRES; 
to left, G.8.136; to right, LEY 0.900; below, j.m. | 
BIRMINGHAM. Edge, reeded. 22 mm.; 125.5 grs. 

SILVER. 

6. Snore, 1884. Ohv. REPUBLICA DEL ECUADOR. Head 

of Gen. Sucre to left; below, 1884. Rev. Arms of 
the Republic; above, UN SUCRE; to left, GRAM. 25; 
to right, LEI 0.900; below, heaton | Birmingham. 
Edge, BIOS ORDEN LiBERTAD. 37 mm. PI. XIV, 6. 

7. Snore, 1888. Similar to No. 6, but with d.t. | Santiago 

CHILE I on reverse, below the arms. 

8. Snore, 1891. Similar to No. 6, but reading on reverse, UN 

SUCRE - GRAM. 25- 0.900 T.F.. and beneath arms, 

LIMA. 



9. Toston, 1842. Ohv. REPUBLICA DEL ECUADOR. Ck)n- 
sular fasces, over bow and two arrows, in saltire, be- 
tween two cornucopia; below, QUITO. Rev. EL 
PODER EN LA CONSTITUCION. The sun rising 
above three mountains, on which are perched condors 
and vultures; at sides of sun, 4 — R : below, 1 842. M . V. 
32 mm. 



CAl'ALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 247 

10. Toston, 1844. Ohv. REPUBLICA DEL ECUADOR. 

Shield of arms, surmounted by a condor, between two 
laurel branches; below, QUITO. M. V. R&o. EL PO- 
DER EN LA CONSTITUCION. Bust of Bolivar to 
right, with bolivar on truncation; bust divides 8 - D^; 
below, 1844. 28 mm. 

11. Toston, 1865. Obv. Inscription as No. 10; arms of the Re- 

public: an oval shield, surmounted by a condor, over a 
trophy of four flags; the value, 4 - R, divided by the 
arms; below, QU ITO. G. J. Rev. Inscription as No. 9. 
Head of Liberty to left, with cap, the band of which 
inscribed libertad; below, 1855. 

12. Toston, 1862. Similar to No. 11, but with only QUITO 

below the arms on obverse. 

13. Toston, 1884. Types similar to No. 6, but reading UN 

MEDIO SUCRE— GRAM. 12.5 -LEI 0.900. Edge, 

DIOS OEDEN LIBERTAD. 30 mm. 



14. Peseta, 1837. Obv. ELPODEREN LA CONSTITUCION. 
Type as No. 9; below, 1837. Rev. REPUBLICA DEL 
ECUADOR. Type as No. 9; value, 2 - R; below, 
. QUITO. F. P. Edge, reeded. 25 mm. 

16. Peseta, 1847. Ohv. Similar to No. 11; below the arms, 
QUITO. G. J. 2. Rs. R&o. EL PODER EN LA CON- 
STITUCION. Draped bust of Liberty to left ; below, 
1849. 8. Ds. 28 mm. 

16. Peseta, 1852. Similar to No. 15, except date. 

17. 2 Decimos, 1891. Types similar to No. 6, but reading 

onreverse, DOS DECIMOS DE SUCRE— G. 5.— LEI 
0.900; below arms, lima. Edge, reeded. 23 mm. 

18. 2 Decimos, 1891. Similar to No. 17. Below arms, on 

reverse, d. t. | Santiago -chile. 

19. 2 Decimos, 1895. Similar to No. 17, but reading G. 5- 

DOS DECIMOS DE SUCRE.-0.900 T. P.; below 
arms, Philadelphia. 



248 CATALOGUE OF COINS^ TOKENS, AND MED ALB. 

20. Eeal, 1838. Types similar to No. 9, but with 1838. S. T. 

on reverse, below arms, and value 1 - R. 

21. Decimo, 1889. Types similar to No. 6, but reading G. 2. 

5— UN DECIMO DE SUCRE- LEI 0.9; below arms, 

SANTIAGO-CHILE. 

22. Decimo, 1890. Similar to No. 21. Struck by heaton 1 

BIRMINGHAM. 



23. Medio real, 1848. Olv. REPUBLICA DEL ECUADOR. 

Arms of the Republic; below, QUITO. G. J. M. Bev. 
EL PODER EN LA CONSTITUCION ; bast of 
Liberty to left, with fillet inscribed libeetad; below, 
1848 8. Ds. 

24. Medio real, 1849. Similar to No. 23, except date. 

26. Medio decimo, 1893. Ohv. Inscription as No. 23; head of 
Sucre left. Bev. G. 1.250-1/2D. DE SUCRE 0.9 T.F. 
Arms of the Republic, as No. 11. Edge, reeded. 
15 mm. 



26. Cuartino, 1849. Ohv. EL P. EN LA CONSTITU. Draped 
bust of Liberty, right, wearing liberty cap; below, 
1849G. T. 8D. Rev. REPUBLI. DEL ECUADOR. 
In field, UN I cuARTo; below, QUITO. 12 nmi. 



NICKEL. 



27, Medio decimo, 1886. Ohv. REPUBLICA DEL ECUA- 
DOR. Arms of the Republic; below, 1886. Bev. 
MEDIO I DECIMO, within a wreath; below, heaton j Bir- 
mingham. 15 mm. 



28. 1 Centavo, 1886. Types similar to No. 27, but reading un 
CENTAVo I within the wreath, on reverse. 17 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 249 
BRONZE. 

29. 2 Centavos, 1872. Obo. REPUBLICA DEL ECUADOR. 
Arms of the Republic; below, 1872. ^^. Within a 
wreath of laurel and palm, dos | centavos; beneath 
the wreath, heaton. Edge, reeded. 31 mm. 



30. 1 Centavo, 1872. Similar to No. 29, but reading un J 
oentavo I within the wreath on reverse. Edge, reeded. 
26 mm. 



31. Medio centavo, 1890. Similar to No. 29, but reading 
MEDIO I centavo | within the wreath on reverse; be- 
neath the wreath, h. Edge, reeded. 22 mm. 



PERU. 



The first coinage of the Independent Republic of Peru (1821), with the 
type of Virtue and Justice, was short lived; but in 1825 the remnant of 
Spanish authority removed, the republican series, this time having the 
standing figure of Liberty and the arms of the State, was resumed. Until 
1857 the Spanish system with the Peso of 8 Reals was retained; but in 
that year there was established a deamal system, having as basis the gold 
Sol, equivalent to the 6-Franc piece of the Latin Union, and a gold series 
consisting of S, 6, 10, and 20 Sols. The silver coins provided for in the 
same law are the Sol, its half, fifth, tenth {Denero), and the Medio-denero. 

The coinage of nickel was authorized in 1863 and 1878, but in 1880 all 
nickel coins were demonetized and the minor coinage restricted to bronze. 

The mint of Peru is at Lima, the mints formerly at Arequipa and Cuzco 
having been closed. 

The arms of Peru. — Party per pale and base, in dexter chief azure a 
llama standing contourn^e, in sinister argent a cinchona tree, on base gules 
a cornucopia from which pours gold coins; crest, a laurel wreath. 

GOLD. 

1. Onza, 1827. Ohv. FIRME Y FELIX POR LA UNION. 

Liberty, helmeted, standing to right on left foot, holding 
liberty pole and cap in right hand, her left supporting 
a shield inscribed, u | bee | tad. Bev. REPUBLICA 
PERUANA ]VI J. M. Shield of arms upon a trophy 
of four flags, with laurel wreath above; at sides, value, 
8 - E; below, 1827. Edge, reeded. 37 mm.; 415.5 
grs. PI. Xin, 6. 

2. Onza, 1833. Similar to No. 1, but with M. M. in legend 

on reverse. 38 mm.; 416.5 grs. 

3. Cuarta de onza, 1838. Ohv. Similar to No. 1. jRev. EST 

NOR-PERUANO. Shield of arms upon a trophy of 
four flags, with laurel wreath above; at sides, value, 
2 - E; below, 1838. Edge, reeded. 24 mm.; 103 grs. 

4. Cnarta de onza, 1853. Ohv. Similar to No. 1. JRev. RE- 

PUB. PERUANA. M 2 E.2IQ. M.B. Shield of arms 
over four crossed flags, with laurel wreath above; be- 
low, 1853. Edge, oblique hatching. 23 mm. ; 104. 5 grs. 
250 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 25! 

5. Peso, 1828. Ohv. Coat of arms, lined, occupying entire 
field. Rev. LIMA.J.M. A wreath, and date below. 
9 mm. ; 29.7 grs. 



6. 20 Pesos, 1865. Ohv. FIRME Y FELIX POR LA UNION. 

Liberty, wearing liberty cap, standing, her head' 
turned to right, holding liberty pole surmounted 
with cap, in right hand; her left supporting an oval 
shield inscribed li | ber | tad; below, 20 PESOS. 
R&o. REPUBLICA PERUANA. LIMA. 9 DECIMOS 
FINO. M. B. Arms as No. 1; below, 1855. Edge, 
reeded. 34 mm. ; 516 grs. 

7. 10 Pesos, 1855. Similar to No. 6, but DIES PESOS on 

obverse. Reeded edge. 27 mm. ; 258 grs. 

8. 5 Pesos, 1855. Similar to No. 6, but reading CINCO 

PESOS, on obverse. 22 mm.; 129 grs. 

9. 2 Pesos, 1855. Similar to No. 6, but reading DOS PESOS, 

on obverse. 19 mm.; 51.6 grs. 



10. Onza, 1863. Ohv. FIRME Y FELIX POR LA UNION. 

Liberty, seated facing, holding with her right hand 
liberty pole and cap, to which is attached a pennon 
inscribed libertad; on right, sun-shield; in exergue, 
8 Es. Refo. REPUBLICA PERUANA LIMA 21 QUIL- 
ATES Y. B. Shield of arms, with laurel wreath above, 
upon a trophy of four flags, the whole between palm 
and laurel branches. Edge, reeded. 35 mm. ; 418.5 grs. 

11. 10 Sols, 1863. Similar to No. 10, but reading 10 SOLES, 

in exergue, on obverse. 33 mm. ; 249 grs. 

12. 5 Sols, 1863. Similar to No. 10, but reading 5 SO LES, on 

obverse. 23 mm. 



13. libra, 1898. 6>5v. VERDAD I JUSTICIA. Bust of 

an Indian chief, to right, with fillet and two feathers; 
wears large circular earring; below, UNA LIBRA. 



252 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

Rev, REPUBLICA PERUANA LIMA.R.OZ. F. 
Shield of arms, with sun above, between branches of 
palm and laurel; below, 1 898. Edge, reeded. 22 mm. ; 
123.5 grs. 

14. Media libra, 1898. Similar to No. 11, but reading 1/2 
LI BRA, below bust on obverse. 19 mm.; 62 grs. 

16-16. 1/6 Libra, 1906. Similar to No. 11, but reading 1 /5 
DE LI BRA below bust on obverse. 14 mm.; 29.7 grs. 

SILVER. 

17. Peso, 1822. Ohv. POR LA VIRTUD Y LA JUSTICIA. 
A column, with Doric capital, on a base of four steps; 
on left, stands Justice, with sword and scales; on right, 
Virtue, holding olive branch. Rev. PERU LIBREM 
8R.J.P. A shield of arms, with condor and llama as 
supporters, upon a trophy of four flags, before a palm 
tree; below, 1822. Countermarked with crown and 
1 824 beneath it. Edge, reeded. 38 mm. ; 424 grs. 

18-19. Peso, 1823. Similar to No. 17, but without the coun- 
termark. 38 mm. ; 388.5 grs. 

20-21. Peso, 1826. 6>^^FIRMEY FELIZ-POR LA UNION. 
Libert}^, helmeted, standing facing, with liberty pole 
and cap in right hand, her left resting on a shield in- 
scribed li I BER I TAD. Rev. REPUB. PERUANA -M- 
8R.J.M. A shield of arms within wreath of palm and 
laurel branches, and crowned with laurel wreath; 
below, 1 826. 41 mm. ; 437 grs. 

22. Peso, 1827. Similar to No. 20, except date. 

23. Peso, 1828. Jeton; size of Peso. Proclamation of the 

Constitution. (^^. •SANCIONADA. POR EL CON- 
GRESO JENERAL DEL PERU. In a glory, open 
, book, on which cons | ti - tu | cion. Rev. Within a 
wreath of oak and laurel, promulgada | y jurada en | 
6.DE ABRiL I DE 1828. Edge, wrcath. 37 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 253 

24. Peso, 1828. Ohv. Similar to No. 20, but Liberty has a heavy 
robe, which falls from her right arm behind the pole, 
and the shield stands nearer to her. Rev. Similar to 
No. 20, but with larger branches beside the shield, and 
a heavier wreath above. 39 mm.; 402.5 grs. 

26. Peso, 1829. Similar to No. 24, except date. 

26. Peso, 1833. Similar to No. 24, but reading M 8 R. M . M , 

in legend on reverse and dated 1 833. 

27. Peso, 1834. Similar to No. 26, except date. 

28. Peso, 1836. Obv. Similar to No. 24. Bev. EST. NOR- 

PERUANA.M sliield as on No. 20, but with 8 R.T.M. 
40 mm. 

29. Peso, 1837. Similar to No. 28, except date. 

30. Peso, 1838. Similar to No. 28, but reading ;^ 8 R.M. 

in legend, on reverse. 

31-32. Peso, 1839. Similar to No. 28, but reading M 8 
R.M.B. in legend, on reverse. 

33. Peso, 1846. 6>5v. FIRM E Y FELIZ — PORLAUNION. 

Liberty, wearing liberty cap and aegis shield, standing 
facing, with spear in right hand, her left resting on a 
spade-shaped shield, which is inscribed libertad. Bev. 
REPUB. PERUANA, M 8R. 10 D^. 20 G^. M.B. 
Shield of arms between palm and laurel branches, and 
crowned with heavy laurel wreath; below, *1846,* 
Edge, laurel branches and stars. 40 mm. PI. XIV, 6. 

34. Peso, 1851. Similar to No. 33, except date. Edge, a 

chain pattern. 

35. Peso, 1853. Similar to No. 33, except date, 

36. Peso, 1855. Similar to No. 33, except date. Edge, reeded. 

37. Peso, 1855. Similar to No. 33, but with UN PESO be- 

neath Liberty, on obverse; and on reverse reading 
REPUBLICA PERUANA. LIMA. 9 DECIMOS FINO 
M.B. Edge, reeded. 38 mm.; 411.5 grs. 

38. Sol, 1865. (95^. FIRMEYFELIZPOR — LAUNION. 

Liberty seated to right, her right hand resting on 
shield, her left holding liberty pole and cap; on right, 



254 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

a column, surmounted with laurel wreath and wound 
with ribbon inscribed liber | tad; below, UN SOL. 
Rev. REPUBLICA PERUANA LIMA 9 DECIMOS 
FINO. Y.B. Shield of arms, with oak wreath above, 
between branches of palm and laurel; below, 1865. 
Edge, reeded. 37 mm. 

39. Sol, 1868. Similar to No. 38, except date. 

40. Sol, 1871. Similar to No. 38, except date. 

41. Sol, 1872. Similar to No. 38, except date. 

42. Sol, 1874. Similar to No. 38, except date. 

43. Sol, 1879. Similar to No. 38, except date. 

44. 6 Pesetas, 1880. Ohv. PROSPERIDAD Y PODER POR 

LA J U STIC I A. Female head to left, wreath of wheat 
and flowers in hair, with earrings and pearl necklace; 
below, 1880. Rev. REPUBLICA PERUANA LIMA 9 
DECIMOS FINO B. F. Square shield of arms, be- 
tween branches of palm and olive; and above, laurel 
wreath in a glory; below, CINCO PESETAS. Edge, 
reeded. 38 mm. 

45. Sol, 1888. Similar to ^o. 38, except date. 

46. Sol, 1890. Similar to No. 38, except date. 

47. Sol, 1892. Similar to No. 38, except date. 

48. Sol, 1896. Similar to No. 38, except date. 

AYACTTCHO. 

49. 6 Pesetas, 1882. Similar to No. 44, but reading REPUB- 

LICA PERUANA AYACUCHO 9 DEC FINO L. M.on 
reverse. 

CTTZCO. 

60. Peso, 1825. Commemorative piece in honor of Simon 
Bolivar. OU. SIMON BOLIVAR LIB^. DE CO- 
LOMB. Y DEL PERU. Bust of Bolivar to right. 
Reo. ELCUZCO ASU LIBERTADOR. Ruins of the 
palace of the Inkas, with sun on left; below, 1825. 
40 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 255 

61. Peso, 1826. Ohv. Similar to No. 20. Rev. REPUB. PE- 
. RUANA. CUZCO. 8R. G. Shield of arms, surmounted 
by wreath, between branches of palm and olive; below, 
1 826. Edge, o □ o □ o. 38 mm. 

52. Peso, 1838. (95v. FIRME POR LA UN ION. A castle 
and a volcano, by the sea; in front, cornucopia lying on 
the ground; in distance, ship at sea; the whole within a 
laurel wreath; below, .10. d. 20. g. confederacion. b. a. 
Rev. REPUB. SUD PERUANA | •-•-•-•-•. 
Radiant sun; below, .8.R. CUZCO 1838. Edge, digs 

PROTEGE EL ESTADO. 39 mm. 



62a. Medio peso, 1826. Commemorative piece. Ohv. PRECI- 
DENCIA VITALICIA DEL LIBERTADOR SIMON 
BOLIVAR.*. A shield of arms of Peru upon a tro- 
phy of four flags; above, laurel wreath. Rev. SO- 
LEMNEM . JURADA EN 9. DE DIG DE 1826*. 
Within a wreath of pakn and laurel branches, an open 
book inscribed cons | ti co tu | cion; beneath book, 
LIMA. Edge, ZZZZZZ 34 mm. 

63. Medio peso, 1855. Olv. FIRME Y FELIZ — POR LA 
UNION. Liberty, with tufted helmet, standing facing, 
with liberty pole in right hand, her left resting on an 
oval shield which is inscribed libertad. Rev. REP. 
PERUANA. 4R. 10 D^ 20 Qs M. B. Arms of the 
Republic as No. 33; below, 1855. 

54. Medio peso, 1855. Types similar to No. 33, but reading 

50 CENTIMOS on obverse; and on reverse, REPU- 
BLICA PERUANA. LIMA. 9 DECIMOS FINO M. B. 
Edge, reeded. 31 mm. Compare No. 37. 

55. Medio peso, 1858. Similar to No. 64, except date. 

56. Medio sol, 1859. Ohv. Legends and types similar to No. 

38, but reading 50 C. beneath type. R&o. REPUBLICA 
PERUANA LIMA 9 DEC^ FINO Y. B. Shield of 
arms, crowned with wreath, between palm and laurel 
branches; below, 1859. Edge, reeded. 30 mm. 



256 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

67. Medio sol, 1864. Similar to No. 66, but with 1/2 SOL, in 

exergue, on obverse. 

68. Medio peso, 1866. Similar to No. 56, except date. 

ANCACHS. 

69. Medio peso, 1839. Employes of the Cuzco mint to Gen. 

Gamarra. Ohv. LA LEY RESTAURADA POR EL 
VALOR DEL EJERCITO UNIDO EN ANCACH. 
View of the battle, and Fame on mountain top, blowing 
trumpet. Rev. los empleal^s | de la moneda | al 

EESTAURADOR | DE 8U PATRLA | GRAN MARI8CAL GAM- 
ARRA I CUZCO 1839, within a chain wreath ; laurel branches 
on border. 33 mm. 

CTJZCO. 

60. Medio peso, 1836. Ohv. FIRME Y FELIZ POR LA 
UNION. Liberty, standing facing, holding liberty 
pole with cap in right, and supporting shield with left, 
hand. Rev. REPUB. PERUANA. CUZCO. 4R. G. 
Shield of arms, surmounted by wreath of palm and 
olive; below, 1836. 38 mm. 

ARBQULPA. 

61-62. Medio peso, 1838. Legends and types similar to No. 52, 
butwithAREQ. 1838, below sun on reverse. Edge, 

DIOS PROTEGE EL ESTADO. 28 mm. 



63-64. Peseta, 1821. Commemorative piece. Ohv. LIMA 
LIBRE JURO SU INDEPENDENCIA EN 28JULIO 
D.I 821 . Face of radiate sun. Rev. bajo la | protec- 

CION I DEL EGERCITO | LIBERTADOR [ DEL PERU | MAN- 
DADO I POR SAN 1 martin; j within a laurel wreath. 
Edge, oblique central hatching. 29 mm. 

66. Peseta, 1826. O^-^j. FIRME Y FELIZ PORLAUNION. 
Liberty, helmeted, standing facing, with liberty pole 
and cap in right hand, her left resting on a shield in- 
scribed, LI I BER I TAD. Rev. REPUB. PERUANA ^ 
2R. J. M. A shield of arms, within wreath of palm 
and laurel branches, and crowned with laurel wreath; 
below, 1826. 27 mm. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 257 

66-67. Pesetas, 1827. Similar to No. 65, except dates. 

68. Peseta, 1828. Similar to No. 65, except date. 

69. Peseta, 1828. Special issue, commemorating adoption of 

the constitution; compare No. 23. Ohv. * SANCIO- 
NADA POR EL CONGRESO JRAL. DEL PERU. 
Same type as No. 23. Rev. Within a wreath of oak 
and laurel, pro | mulgada y | jurada en | 20 de 
ABRiL I DE 1828. Edge, laurel wreath. 27i mm. 

70. Peseta, 1832. Similar to No. 65, except date. 

71. Peseta, 1835. Similar to No. 65, except date. 

72-73. Pesetas, 1849. Similar to No. 65, except dates. 

74. 20 Centimos, 1855. Legends and types similar to No. 37, 
but reading 20 CENTI • beneath figure of Liberty on 
obverse. Edge, reeded. 24 mm. 

76. 20 Centimos, 1859. Legends and types similar to No. 38, 
but reading 20 C. beneath the figure of Liberty on 
obverse. 

76. 1/5 Sol, 1864. Similar to No. 75, but with 5° DE SOL in 

exergue on obverse. 

77. 1/6 Sol, 1866. Similar to No. 76, except date. 

78. 1/6 Sol, 1867. Similar to No. 76, except date. 

79. 1/5 Sol, 1874, Similar to No. 76, except date. 

ARBQUrPA. 

80. Peseta, 1838. OU. REPUB. SUD. PERUANA. Radiate 

face of sun; above, * * * * *; below, A REQ. 1838. 
Bev. Within a wreath of two laurel branches in saltire, 
2 I REALES. Edge, a wreath. 27 mm. 

CTJZCO. 

81. Peseta, 1837. OU. REPUB.SUD. PERUANA. Sun; be- 

low, CUZCO 1837. B&o. 2 REALES I B.A., within laurel 
wreath. 



82-83. Real, 1827. Legends and types similar to No. 20, but 
reading 1 R. J. M. in legend on reverse. 21 mm. 

1666° — 12 17 



258 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

84. Real, 1828. Similar to No. 82, except date. 
86. Eeal, 1829. Similar to No. 82, except date. 

86-87. Eeal, 1838. Ohv. Similar to No. 82. Rev. EST NOR- 
PERUANO. 1R. M.B. Shield of arms, within wreath 
of palm and laurel branches, and crowned with laurel 
wreath; below, 1838. 

88. Eeal, 1840. Similar to No. 86, except date. 

89. Eeal, 1850. Obv. Similar to No. 86, Rev. REP. PE- 

RUANA. LI MA M 10 D^ 20 G^ M. B. Shield of arms 
between palm and laurel branches, crowned with laurel 
wreath. 

90. Eeal (10 Centimos), 1855. Similar to No. 33, but with 10 

CENTI on obverse; and on reverse reading-, RE PUB. 
PERUANA LIMA-9 DEC. FINO M. B.; beneath the 
arms, 1855. Edge, reeded. 18 mm. 

91. Eeal (10 Centimos), 1859. Similar to No. 38, but with U N 

REAL on obverse; and on reverse reading, REPUB: 
PERUANA LIMA 9 DEC: FINO Y. B.; beneath the 
arms, 1 859. Edge, reeded. . 18 mm. 

92. Eeal (10 Centimos), 1860. Similar to No. 91, except date. 

93. Dinero, 1863. Similar to No. 91, but with UN DIN^, 

in exergue, on obverse, and dated 1863. 

94. Dinero, 1864. Similar to No. 93, except date. 

95. Dinero, 1866. Similar to No. 93, except date. 

96. Dinero, 1896. Similar to No. 93, except date. 



97. Medio real, 1826. Ohv. Similar to No. 20, but only L in- 

scribed on the shield. Rev. REPUB. PERUANA M 
J. M. Arms as No. 20; below, 1826. 

98. Medio real, 1832. Similar to No. 97, but with M. M. in 

legend on reverse, and dated 1833. 

99. Medio real, 1854. Similar to No. 97, but on reverse read- 

ing REPUB. PERUANA M 10 ^s 20 -G^ M. B. 
16 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 259 

100. 6 Centimos, 1855. Legends and types similar to No. 37, 

but reading 5 CENT I beneath figure of Liberty on 
obverse. 15 mm. 

101. Medio real, 1856. Oh). Similar to No. 97. Rev. REP. 

PERUANA M M. M. 10 D. 20 G. M. B. Arms of 
the Republic; below, 1856. 

102. Medio real, 1858. Similar to No. 100, but with M . R. as 

mark of value on obverse. 

103. Medio real, 1859. Olv. FIRME Y FELIZ POR LA 

UNION. Type, Liberty seated right, as No. 38. Rev. 
REPUB. PERUANA. LIMA. 9 D. FINO Y.B. Arms 
of Republic; below, 1859. Edge, reeced. 15.5 mm. 

104. Medio real, 1860. Similar to No. 103, except date. 

105. Medio dinero, 1863. Similar to No. 103, but with 1/2 

D I N°, in exergue on obverse. 15 mm. 

106. Medio dinero, 1864. Similar to No. 105, except date. 

107. Medio dinero, 1896. Similar to No. 105, except date. 



108. Cuartino, 1826. Obv. Llama. Reu. lima. | 1/4 1 1826. 

12 mm. 

109. Cuartino, 1831. Similar to No. 108, except date. 

110. Cuartino, 1833. Similar to No. 108, except date. 

111. Cuartino, 1834. Similar to No. 108, except date. 

112. Cuartino, 1836. Similar to No. 108, except date. 

113. Cuartino, 1843. Similar to No. 108, except date. 

114. Cuartino, 1855. Similar to No. 108, except date. 

NICKEL. 

115. 20 Centavos, 1879. Olv. REPUBLICA PERUANA 1879. 

Sun, within a circle; below, VEINTE. CENTAVOS. 
^6'y. MONEDA PROVISIONAL. Value, 20, within 
a circle; below, CENTAVOS. Edge, reeded. 26 mm. 

116.' 10 Centavos, 1879. Similar to No. 115, excepting marks 
of denomination, which are 10-CENTAVOS. 22 mm. 



260 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

117. 5 Centavos, 1879. Similar to No. 115, excepting marks 

of denomination, which are 5-CENTAVOS. 17 mm. 

118. 2 Centavos, 1863. 6)Jt). REPUBLICA PERUANA. Ra- 

diate sun. Bev. DOS. | centavos | between two cornu- 
copiae. 25 mm. 

119. Centavo, 1863. Similar to No. 118, but with UN | CEN- 

TAVO I on reverse. 

BRONZE. 

120. 1/4 Peso, 1823. Necessity piece. Obv. Four mountain 

peaks; a liberty cap on pole, and shining sun above; 
in foreground, a llama reclining to right. Bev. RE- 
PUBLICA PERUANA. M -1823.; in field, quarto | 
DE PESO. Hatched edge. 28 mm. 

120a. 1/8 Peso, 1823. Similar to No. 120, but reading octavo | 
DE PESO I on reverse. 21 mm. 

121. 1/4 Eeal, 1822. Necessity piece. Ohv. Radiate sun. 

Rev. PROVISIONAL* 1822 •. In field, 1/4. 

122. Centimo, 1855. Ohv. REPUBLICA PERUANA. Sun, 

with six rays. Rev. un | centimo | within laurel 
wreath; above, LIMA; beneath, 1855. 23mm. 

123. Medio centime, 1856. Similar to No. 122, but reading 

MEDIO I centimo | on reverse. 23 mm. 

124. 2 Centavos, 1864. Ohv. REPUBLICA PERUANA. 

Radiate sun. Rev. dos | centavos | between two 
cornucopise. 

126. Centavo, 1864. Similar to No. 124, but reading un | 
centavo I on reverse. 



BOLIYIA. 



In 1825 the southern portion of Peru, under the leadership of General 
Sucre, established an independent Republic which took the name of Bolivia, 
in honor of the great South American liberator, Bolivar. 

From the foundation of the Republic until 1863 the old Spanish mone- 
tary system was retained in Bolivia. The new coinage law of 1863 replaced 
the earlier Peso of 8 Reales, with a new unit on the decimal system, the 
silver Boliviano of 100 centavos. The new unit was of 25 grams weight 
and 900 thousandths fine, and therefore the equivalent of the 5-franc piece 
of the Latin Union. Coinage of the Boliviano has long been suspended 
and the active unit of the country is the 1/5 Boliviano, or 20-centavo piece, 
equivalent of the Franc. 

The types of the coins of Bolivia are, on obverse, the bust of Bolivar; 
on the reverse, for the gold coins, a view of Mount Cerro de Potosi and 
the sun rising behind it, in front of the mountain stands a llama; the 
reverse of the silver coins presents a cocoa tree, beneath which lie two 
llamas. 

The series of Bolivian coins embraces several commemorative pieces in 
special honor of Bolivar, of President Belzu, and of numerous events of 
national importance. 

The coinage of nickel was introduced in 1883. 

The mint of Bolivia is at Potosi, the mark of which is '^. 

INDEPENDENT REPUBLIC, 1825. 

1. Onza,1831. 6>5v. LIBRE POR LA - CONSTITUCION. 

Bust of Bolivar, in uniform, to right; below bust, 
BOLIVAR. Bev. REPUBLICA BOLIVIANA. Mount 
Cerro, with the sun rising behind it; to left, a llama; 
to right, a sheaf of grain; below ****** | 1''. 8S. 
1 8 3 1 . J . L . Edge, obliquely hatched. 36 mm . ; 41 6 grs. 
PI. XIII, 4. 

2. Media onza, 1852. Medallic coin in honor of President Belzn. 

Ohv. LOS IMPLEADOS DE POTOSI. Liberty, 
seated to right, holding an infant in her lap and plac-. 
ing her hand upon a boy who stands beside her; to 
left, oval arms of Bolivia; below, AL PRESIDENTE 
M. Y. BELZU. Bev. PROVIDENCIA PERSEGUE 

261 



262 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

EL CRI M EN. A hand grasping a flaming sword ex- 
tends from the clouds and threatens a man who 
flourishes a burning brand and two serpents. 28 mm. ; 
208.5 grs. 

3. Cuarta de onza, 1841. Ohv. Legend as No. 1; nude bust of 

Bolivar to right. Rev. Similar to ^o. 1, but reading 
2 S. 1 841 . L. R. beneath the arms. 23 mm. ; 104.5 grs. 

YNGAVI. 

4. Cuarta de onza, undated. Ohv. POTOSI TRASMITE A 

LA POSTERI DAD. An Indian, with feather turban, 
walking to left, a quiver over shoulder, and olive 
branch in left hand, blowing a horn; in front of him a 
llama, lying to right. Bev. LA GLORIA DEL VEN- 
CEDORDEINGAVI. A hand, with ballin inscribed 
on arm, supports a column surmounted with a flag; 
the whole within a wreath of laurel and palm. 23 mm. ; 
. 104.5 grs. 

5. Escudo, undated. Ohv. GRATITUD DE LOS EMPLEA- 

DOS DE SUCRE. A dove, flying, with olive branch 
in beak. Reo, AL ILUSTRE VENCEDOR DE IN- 
GAVL A column, between laurel branches, with 
rosette at top. 18 mm.; 52.5 grs. 



6. Escudo, 1856. Oh). LIBRE POR LA - CONSTITU- 

CION. Nude bust of Bolivar, laureated, to right; on 
bottom of bust, bolivar. Rev. Legend and type simi- 
lar to No. 1, but reading ^ ^ S. F. 1856. J. beneath 
arms. Edge, obliquely hatched. 18 mm. ; 52 grs. 

7. Escudo, 1868. Ohv. REPUBLICA BOLIVIANA. Arms of 

the Republic; below, on border, ********* 

• **. Rev. LA UNION ES LA FUERZA. Within 

a laurel wreath, 1 | escijdo | 50g^ | 9d^. fino; beneath, 

. f 1868. F.E. Edge, obliquely hatched. 17 mm.; 38 

grs. 



8. Medio escudo, 1840. Similar to No. 1, but reading 1/2S. 
1 840. L. R. below arms on reverse. 14 mm. ; 25.5 grs. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 263 

9. Medio escudo, 1841. Similar to No. 3, but reading 1/2S. 

1 841 . E. R. below arms on reverse. 14 mm. ; 26.2 grs. 

10. Medio escudo, 1844. Similar to No. 9, except date. 

11. Medio escudo, 1851. Similar to No. 6, but reading ^. 1/2. 

1852. F. P. below arms on reverse. 

12. Medio escudo, 1854. Ohv. M.Y.BELZU PRESID. CON- 

STITUCIONAL. Bust of President Belzu, to left, 
above clouds, within wreath of laurel branches; below, 
f 1854. Rev. LA PATRIA AL Y.DEFENSOR DE SU 
INDEP^. Female, standing facing, with an infant in 
right arm, and a child standing at each side of her. 
Edge, obliquely hatched. 15 mm. ; 26 grs. 

13. Medio escudo, 1868. Similar to No. 7, but reading 1 /2 | 

ESCUDO 1 25 Qs I 9 Ds FINO | within wreath on re- 
verse. 15 mm.; 18.5 grs. 

SILVER. 

14. Peso (8Sueldos), 1825. Jeton. 6>5?;. SIMON BOLIVAR 

LIBERTADOR DE COLOMBIA Y DEL PERU. 
Bust of Bolivar in uniform, to right. Rev. POTOSI 
MANIFESTA SU GRATITUD AL GENIO DE LA 
LI BERTAD. Mount Cerro de Potosi, with the city at 
the base, and the rising sun above; below, 1 825. Edge, 
reeded. 43 mm. 

15. Peso(8Sueldos), 1827. Ohv. LIBRE POR LA - CON- 

ST ITUCI ON. Laureated bust of Bolivar, in military 
uniform, to right; beneath, bolivar. Rev. REPU- 
BLICABOLIVIANA. A cocoa tree, beneath which lie 
two llamas, vis-a-vis; above, ******; below, "^ 
8S.1827.J.M. Edge, reeded. 38 mm. ; 416 grs. 

16. Peso (8 Sueldos), 1834. Similar to No. 15', but reading ^ 

8S.1834.L.M. on reverse. 

17. Peso (8 Sueldos), 1838. Similar to No. 16, except date. 

18. Peso (8 Sueldos), 1841. Similar to No. 15, but bust is 

shorter and nude; and reading ^ 8S.1841.L.R. in 
legend on reverse. Edge, reeded. 39 mm. 

19. Peso (8 Sueldos), 1848. Similar to No. 18, but reading ^ 

8S.1848.R. in legend on reverse. 



264 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

20. Peso (8 Sueldos), 1849. 6>Jv. LIBRE POR LA - CON- 
STITUCION. Bust of Bolivar to left; on bottom of 
bust, BOLivAE. Rev. Similar to No. 15, but with 1 to 
left of tree and 20 to right: below. ^ F.I 849. M . PI. 
XV, 1. 

21-22. Peso (8 Sueldos), 1850. Similar to No. 20, except 
date. 

23. Boliviano, 1867. Ohv. REPUBLICA BOLIVIAN A. 

An oval shield of arms, surmounted by a condor, over 
a trophy of military arms; below, ******* 
****. Rev. LA UNION ES LA FUERZA. 
Within a wreath, i | boliviano | 500. g^ | 9.d^ find.; 
below, Y -ISey. .F.P. Edge, BOLIVIA LIBRE E 
INDEPENDIENTE 1821. 35 mm.; 382.5 grs. 

24. Boliviano, 1870. Ohv. Similar to No. 23. Rev. LA 

UNION HACE LA FUERZA. Within a wreath of 
laurel and oak, un j boliviano ] 25 g^^ . 9 d^ . find; 
below, E.R. 1870. f. Edge, reeded. 37 mm. 

25. Boliviano, 1872. Similar to No. 24, except date. 36 mm. 

26. Boliviano, 1884. Similar to No. 24, except date. 35 mm. 



27. Medio peso (4 Sueldos), 1827. Types similar to No. 15, 

but reading ^ 4S.1827.J.M. in legend on reverse. 32 
mm.; 207 grs. ^ 

28. Medio peso (4 Sueldos), 1830. Similar to No. 15, but read- 

ing "^ 4S.1850.J.L. in legend on reverse. 

29. Medio peso (4 Sueldos), 1850. Commemorative piece, relat- 

ing to the suppressing of the insurrection by Pres. Belzu. 
Ohv. M.Y.BELZU PRESIDENTE CONSTITUCIOA'-. 
DE BOgVIA. Bust of Belzu to left; below, 1850. 
Rev. LA FUERZA NACIONAL TRIUNFO DE LA 
ANARQUIA. Hercules, with torch and club, slaying 
Hydra. Edge, reeded. 34 mm. 

30. Medio peso (4 Sueldos), 1854. Ohv. LIBRE POR LA — 

CONSTITUCION. Laureated bust of Bol i var to left ; 
on truncation, bolivar. Rev. REPUBLICA BOLI- 
VIAN A. Palm tree, and two llamas lying vis-a-vis 
under it; above, *********; below, ^ 4S. 
1854. M.J. Edge, reeded. 32 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 265 

31. Medio peso (4 Sueldos), 1855. Similar to No. 30, except 
date. 

32-33. Medio boliviano (50 Centavos), 1865. Oh). A LOS PA- 
CIFICADORES DE BOLIVIA. The busts, jugate, of 
Melgarejo and Munoz, to left, with their names at sides. 
Rev. CANTERIA DE POTOSI SETIEMBRE 5 DE 
1 865, and in the field, al | valor | t" | al | talento | 
• **•••***. Edge, reeded. 30 mm. 

34-36. Medio boliviano (60 Centavos), 1873. Similar to No. 
23, but reading, medio b°. | 50 cent^ . | 12 g^ . 500 
M^ . I 9 D^ FiNo I within the wreath on reverse; and be- 
low wreath, ^ -1873- F.E. Edge, reeded. 80 mm. 

36. Medio boliviano (60 Centavos), 1884. Ohv. Similar to No. 
23. Bev. U N 1 N ES LA FU ERZA. Within a wreath, 

MEDIO B° . I 50 CENT^. | — • — | 12 G^. 50a M^. | 9 D^. 

FiNO I, on reverse. 

37-38. Medio boliviano (50 Centavos), 1893. Similar to No, 
36, except date. 



39. Peseta, 1830. Ohv. LIBRE POR LA - CONSTITU- 

C 1 N . Laureated bust of Bolivar in uniform, to right; 
on bottom of bust, bolivae. REPUBLICA BOLI- 
VIAN A. A tree, beneath which lie two llamas, vis-a- 
vis; above, '••••••; below, ^ 2S.1830.J.L 
26 mm. 

40. 1/5 Boliviano, 1864. Similar to No. 23, but reading 1 /5 | 

boliviano I 100 g^ I 9 D^ FiNo; below, ^ -1864-.F.P. 

41. 1/5 Boliviano, 1865. Similar to No. 32, except in size and 

value. 

42. 1/5 Boliviano, 1868. Ohv. Bust of Melgarejo to left, with 

laurel and palm branches in saltire, beneath; above, 
MELGAREJO; below, A POTOSI Y TARATA. Rev. 
POR LA DEFENSA • DE LA CONSTITUCION * ; 
in field, el | 24 y 25 | de | diciembre | de | 1868. 
25 mm. 

43-44. 1/6 Boliviano, 1875. Similar to No. 23, but reading 
VEiNTE I CENT^. | 9 D^. FINO | within wrcath, on re- 
verse; below wreath, ^ - 1875 - F.E. 23 mm. 



266 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

46. 1/5 Boliviano, 1878. Similar to No. 43, except date. 

46. 1/5 Boliviano, 1879. Similar to No. 43, except date. 

47. 1/5 Boliviano, 1879. To President Daza. Obv. Similar to 

No. 23, but reading ENERO U DE 1879 on border, 
below the stars. Rev. EL EJERCITO NAL.AL. 
PRESIDTE. DE LA REP^. Head of Daza to left; 
beneath, H. daza; below, round, 20 get. Edge, reeded. 
23 mm. 

48. 1/5 Boliviano, 1884. Similar to No. 43, except date. 

49. 1/5 Boliviano, 1885. Similar to No. 43, except date. 



60. Sueldo, 1827. Ohv. LIBRE FOR LA — CONSTITU- 

CION. Laureated bust of Bolivar, in uniform, to 
right; on bottom of bust, bolivar. Rev. REPU- 
BLICA BOLIVIAN A. Palm tree and two llamas lying 
vis-a-vis beneath it; above ******; below, ^ 
1S.1827.J.M. 20 mm. 

61. Sueldo, 1855. Ohv. LIBRE POR LA — CONSTITU- 

CION. Laureated bust of Bolivar to left. Rev. 
Similar to No. 50, but above, *********; 
and below type, reading, ^ IS. 1855. M.J. 20 mm. 

62. Sneldo, 1860. Ohv. LIBRE POR LA — CONSTITU- 

C 1 N . Laureated bust of Bolivar, in uniform, to left; 
beneath bust, bolivar. Rev. Similar to No. 51, but 
reading f 1 860. F.J. 

63. Sneldo, 1862. Similar to No. 52, except date. 

64r-55. Sneldo, 1868. Olv. EL GRAN CIUDADANO DE 
BOLIVIA. Bust of Melgarejo to left. Rev. A LA 
CONSTITUCION Book of the Constitution, open; 
below, DE 1868. Edge, reeded. 19 mm. 

66. Decimo, 1871. Ohv. REPUBLICA — BOLIVIANA. 

Arms of the Republic, as No. 23. Rev. LA UNION 
HACE LA FUERZA. Within a wreath of laurel and 
oak, DiEz I CENT . I 9 D« . FiNo; bclow, E". R. - 1 870 - '^. 
Edge, reeded. 18 mm. 

67. Decimo, 1878. Similar to No. 56, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 267 

68. Decimo, 1884. Similar to No. 56, except date. 

69. Decimo, 1886. Similar to No. 56, except date. 



60. Medio sueldo, 1828. Olv. LIBRE POR LA — CON S- 

TITUCION. Laureated bust of Bolivar, in uniform, 
to right; on bottom of bust, bolivar. Reu. REPU- 
BLICABOLIVIANA. Palm tree and two llamas lying 
vis-a-vis beneath it; above, ******; below, ^. 
. 1828 . J.M., in legend on reverse. 17 mm. 

61. Medio sueldo, 1830. Similar to No. 60, but reading 

1^.1830. J. 

62. Medio suldo, 1854. Similar to No. 51, but reading f . 1 854 . 

M . J . on reverse. 17 mm. 

63. Medio sueldo (Medio real), 1865. Ohv. EL HE ROE DE 

DECIEMBRE. Head of Gen. Melgarejo to left; 
below, *••••••••••*. Bev. SALVA LA 
PAIR I A D E LA A N A RQ U I A. A dragon, threatened 
with a flaming sword held by a hand from above; 
below, 1865. 

64. Medio sueldo (Medio real), 1868. Similar to No. 63, except 

date. 

66. Medio sueldo (6 Centavos), 1872. Similar to No. 56, but 
reading cinco | cent . | 9 d^ . ting | within wreath on 
reverse; below wreath, "^ .1872. F. E. 

66. Medio sueldo, 1884. Similar to No. 65, except date. 

67. Medio sueldo, 1885. Similar to No. 65, except date. 

COCHABAMBA. 

68. Medio sueldo, 1876. Ohv. DEPARTAMENTO DE CO- 

CHABAMBA. A lion couchant, gardant, before a 

tree. Rm^. PAGARA A LA VISTA NICASIO DE 

GUMUCIO. Within a wreath of laurel and oak, 

, CINCO I CENT.; below, .1876. Edge, reeded. 15 mm. 

NICKEL. 

69. 10 Centavos, 1883. Olw. REPUBLICA BOLIVIAN A. 

Arms of the Kepublic. B&u. LA UNION ES LA 
FUERZA. Within a laurel wreath, 10 | centavos | 
* I ; below, A - 1883. Edge, plain. 17 mm. 



268 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

70. 10 Centavos, 1897. Oh). REPUBLICA DE BOLIVIA. 

Arms of Bolivia, within an oval of dots; below, * * * 
******. Rev. Caduceus; on bottom of staflf, 
laurel and palm branches, in saltire; 10 - C at sides; 
above, DIEZ CENTAVOS ; below, 1897. Edge, plain. 
25 mm. 

70a. 10 Centavos, 1907. Similar to No. 69, except date. 

71. 6 Centavos, 1883. Similar to No. 69, but reading 5 | cen- 

tavos I * I within wreath on reverse. 

72-73. 6 Centavos, 1899. Similar to No. 70, but reading 
CINCO CENTAVOS above on reverse, and 5 - c. in 
field. 

BRONZE. 

74-76. 2 Centavos, 1883. Pattern. Ohv. Similar to No. 69. 
Rev. 2 I centavos I within circle of dots; around, LA 
UNION ES LA FUERZA; below, E. G. 1883 essai. 
31 mm. 

76-77. Centavo, 1883. Similar to No. 74, but reading l | cen- 
TAVO I within wreath on reverse. 25 mm. 



CHILE. 



After an unsuccessful effort in 1810 to throw off Spanish domination, 
Chile, assisted by the Argentine General, Saint Martin, achieved independ- 
ence in 1817. In that same year Don Hilarion de la Quintana, in the 
capacity of a virtual dictator, issued a decree which put an end to the 
Spanish coinage and prescribed the types for the silver coins of the Repub- 
lic. These types present the active volcano, and the column surmounted 
by a globe (No. 15). The first issue of gold, which began at least as early 
as 1823 (No. 1), has a mountain range and a meridian sun on obverse, 
and on reverse the column that appears on the silver, and two flags, 
crossed. 

In 1836 there was a new coinage of gold with the types of a right hand 
laid upon the book of the Constitution and the arms of the Republic "sup- 
ported by guemal and condor. In 1839 the standing figure of Liberty was 
introduced on the gold pieces, but the significant right hand resting upon 
the book of the Constitution was still retained. In the same year, 1839, 
a new coinage of silver introduced on that metal a shield bearing the 
arms of Chile, and on the reverse a representation of a powerful condor. 

Until 1848 Chile retained the old Spanish monetary system with the 
peso of 8 reales as the unit, but in that year the decimal system was intro- 
duced. The silver Peso was divided into 10 decimos and 100 centavos; and 
was 900 thousandths fine, being thus equal to the French 5-franc piece. 
The law of 1860 reduced the weight of the divisional coins, so that the 
double decimo piece, or 20 centavos, weighed 4.6 grams instead of 5; and 
the law of 1895 made important changes in the entire series, which were 
fixed as follows: 

Gold: Grams. 

Condor (20 pesos) 11.98207] 

Doblon (10 pesos) 5.99103[916.66fine. 

Escudo (5 pesos) 2.9955lJ 

Silver: 

Peso 20 

20Centavos 4 

10 Centavos*. 2 

5 Centavos 1 

The new coins struck in accordance with the law of 1895 represent the 
work of the eminent French sculptor and medalist, the late M. Louis 
Oscar Roty. On the obverse of the gold is a female bust representing 
Chile, and on reverse the arms of Chile. The silver pieces have on obverse 
a powerful condor perched upon a crag. 

269 



835 fine. 



270 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

The coinage of nickel was introduced in 1870, the denominations being 
the 2, 1, and J Centavo pieces. 

Th€ arms of -Chile: Party per fess, azure and gules, a star or; crest, 
three plumes. 

GOLD. 

1. Onza, 1823. Obv. EL ESTADO DE CHILE CONSTIT. 

INDEPENDIENTE • Range of mountains, two of 
which are active volcanos; above, shining sun; below, 
A. D.I 81 8; the whole within a laurel wreath. Hev. 
POR LA RAZON O LA FUERZA.^.SE.F.I. Within a 
laurel wreath, two flags in saltire, behind a column 
surmounted by a globe; a star above; below, 1823. 
37 mm. ; 418 grs. 

2. Onza, 1836. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE CHILE. Shield of 

arms, surmounted with tuft of three plumes supported 
by guemal and condor, each crowned; beneath, * 1 836* . 
Jiev. IGUALDAD ANTE LA LEL8E. LJ. A right 
hand laid upon open book inscribed constitucion; 
above, sun; below, * 21 Q^ *. 38 mm.; 414 grs. 

. PI. xni, 6. 

3. Onza, 1839. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE CHILE S. Shield of 

arms with guemal (left) and condor (right), each crowned, 
for supporters; below, * 1839*. Bev. IGUALDAD 
ANTE LA LEI. 8E.I.J. Liberty, with helmet and 
antique costume, standing facing, by an altar, her head 
turned to right, her right hand resting on a book in- 
scribed CONSTITUCION, which is lying upon the altar, her 
left on a bundle of fasces, against which lies a cor- 
nucopia; in exergue, 20 Q^. Edge, reeded. 35 mm.; 
415.5 grs. 

4. 10 Pesos, 1855. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE CHILE. Shieldof 

arms, surmounted with tuft of three plumes, supported 
by llama and condor, each crowned; below, 1 855. Jiev. 
• IGUALDAD ANTE LA LEI. Liberty in antique 
costume, standing with head turned to right, her right 
hand supporting an open book inscribed constitucion, 
which stands upon an altar; the left hand supports 
consular fasces, besides which lies a cornucopia; in 
exergue, 10 P^. Edge, poe.la.razon.o.la.fuerza. 
29 mm.; 235* grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 271 

5. Cnarta de onza, 1838. Legends and types similar to No. 2, 

but reading 2 E. I. J. in legend on reverse. 23 mm.; 
103 grs. 

6. 6 Pesos, 1895. (9Jt'. REPUBLICA — DECHILE. Lib- 

erty, with close' fitting cap, to left. Bev. Shield of 
arms surmounted with tuft of three feathers, sup- 
ported by llama and condor, each crowned; above, 
CI NCO PESOS; below, 1895. Edge,reeded. I7mm.; 
47 grs. 

7. 2 Pesos, 1857. Types similar to No. 3, but with 2 PS. in 

exergue on obverse. Edge, reeded. 17 mm. ; 47.5 grs. 

8. Peso, 1861. Obv. Similar to No. 4, but with mint mark 

S in exergue. Bev. IGUALDAD ANTE LA LEI • 
Within a laurel wreath, 1 | peso | 1861. Edge, reeded. 
14 mm. ; 23 grs. 



9. Condor,1896. 6>J«. REPUBLICA — DECHILE. Draped 
female bust, laureate, - the Republic - to left. Bev. 
Arms, with a llama and condor, crowned, as supporters; 
mountains in background; above, VEINTE PESOS; 
below, 1896. Edge, reeded. 27 mm.; 185 grs. By 
Roty. PI. XIU, 7. 

10-11. Doblon, 1896. Similar to No. 9, but reading DIEZ. 
PESOS, on reverse. Edge, reeded. 17 mm. ; 92.5 grs. 

12. 6 Pesos, 1898. Legends and types similar to No. 9, but 
reading CINCO PESOS above arms on reverse. Edge, 
reeded. 17 mm. ; 46 grs. 



SILVER. 

13-14. Peso (Jetons), 1818. Ohv. EL ESTADO DE CHILE 
CONSTITUIDO INDEPENDTE. ANO DE 1818. A 
palm tree; above, mountains and rising sun; below, 
iNDEPENDENCiA. Bev. JUNTOS * Y • UNIDOS • 
SEREIS * FELICES. A column, supported hy two 



272 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

hands extended from clouds, and "surmounted by a 
globe; over which, a star with rays pointing downward; 
above, a scroll inscribed libertao. Edge, reeded. 
36 mm. 

16. Peso, 1822. (9J^. CHILE INDEPENDENTE. A volcano 
in eruption; above, UN peso within a laurel wreath; 
below, SANTIAGO. Rev. UNION Y FUERZA.F.J. 
A column, surmounted by a globe, above which a star; 
over the star, a scroll inscribed libertad; below the 
column, 1822. Edge, wreath. 39 mm.; 410.5 grs. 

16. Peso, 1849. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE CHILE. §.M.L. 

Shield of arms, surmounted by three plumes, within a 
laurel wreath; at sides, 8 - R; below, 1849. Refo. 
POR LA RAZON Y LA FUERZA. A condor break- 
ing his fetters; below, 10 D^. 20 G^. Reeded edge. 
38 mm.; 425 grs. PL XV, 2. 

17. Peso, 1863. Obv. REPUBLICA DE CHILE. §■ Shield 

of arms, within laurel wreath; below, *UN PESO. * 
Rev. POR LA RAZON LA FUERZA. A condor 
with portion of broken fetter in beak, standing to 
right with open wings, holding an oval shield with his 
left talon; below, *1853*. Edge, reeded. 38 mm.: 
382.5 grs. 

18. Peso, 1864. Similar to No. 16, except date. 

19. Peso, 1856. Similar to No. 16, except date. 

20. Peso, 1869. Obv. Similar to No. 17, but with smaller 

wreath, and plumes on shield extend above ends of 
wreath. R&o, POR LA RAZON LA FUERZA. A 
condor, standing to left, with parts of broken fetters 
on left leg and in beak; his right talon holding oval 
shield of arms; below, * 1869 *. Edge, reeded. 
38 mm. ; 385 grs. 

21. Peso, 1874. Similar to No. 20, except date. 

22. Peso, 1877. Similar to No. 20, except date. 

23. Peso, 1878. Similar to No. 20, except date. 

24. Peso, 1881. Similar to No. 20, except date. 
26. Peso, 1882. Similar to No. 20, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 273 

26.^ Peso, 1883. Similar to No. 20, except date. 

27. Peso, 1896. Ohv. REPUBLICA DE CHILE. A condor, 

standing upon a crag, with wings partly spread and 
neck stretched forward. Rev. Within a laurel wreath 
UN I PESO I 1895; above, mint mark S. Edge, reeded. 
35 mm. ; 308 grs. By Roty. 

COPIAPO. 

28. Peso, 1865. Necessity piece. Struck during blockade of 

Chilean coast by Spaniards in 1865. Ohv, Within in- 
cused circle, shield of arms, dividing mark of value, I - 
P(eso); above, COPIAPO; below, CHILE. R&o. In 
field, 1 865 ; incused circle on border. 37 mm. ; 288 grs. 

COQUIMBO. 

29. Peso, undated. Necessity piece. Ohv. Star on an incused 

shield; below, I. P in an incused depression. Reo. 
Plain. 38 mm. ; 339 grs. 

30. Medio peso, undated. Necessity piece. Similar to No. 29, 

but reading 50. C, on obverse. 



31. Medio peso, 1853. OU. REPUBLICA DE CHILE. 

Shield of arms, within laurel wreath; below, 60 c. s. 
Rev. POR LA RAZON O LA FUERZA. A condor in 
flight, with broken fetters in talons and beak; below, 
1855. Edge, reeded. 24 mm. 

32. Medio peso, 1854. Similar to No. 31, except date. 

33. Medio peso, 1855. Similar to No. 31, except date. 
34-85. Medio peso, 1856. Similar to No. 31, except date. 

36. Medio peso, 1869. Similar to No. 31, except date. 

37. Medio peso, 1868. Similar to No. 20, but reading 50 

CENTS on obverse. Edge, reeded. 30 mm. 

38. Medio peso, 1869. Similar to No. 37, except date. 



39. Peseta, 1834. 6>Jy. CHILE I NDEPENDIENTE. Avol- 
cano in eruption; above, dos r. within a laurel wreath; 
below, SANTIAGO. Rev. UNION Y FUERZA. I.J. 

1666°— 12 18 



274 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

A column surmounted with a globe, above whi(;h a 
star; over the star a scroll inscribed libertad; below 
the column, 1834. Edge, wreath. 

40. Peseta, 1845. Olv. REPUBLICA DE CHILE.S.I.J. 

Shield of arms, surmounted by three plumes, with 
value, 2 - R, at sides; the whole within a laurel wreath; 
below, 1845. Reo. POR LA RAZON Y LA FUERZA. 
A condor breaking his fetters; below, lOD^ . 20G^. 
24 mm. 

41. Peseta, 1846. Similar to No. 40, except date. 

42. Peseta, 1847. Similar to No. 40, except date. 

43. 1/5 Peso, 1852. OU. REPUBLICA DE CHILE. Shield 

of arms, within a laurel wreath; below, 20 C. S. Rev. 
POR LA RAZON O LA FUERZA. A condor, in 
flight, with broken fetters in talons and beak; below, 
1852, Edge, reeded. 24 mm. 

44. Peseta, 1853. Similar to No. 43, except date. 

45. Peseta, 1855. Similar to No. 43, except date. 

46. Peseta, 1857. Similar to No. 43, except date. 

47. Peseta, 1860. Similar to No. 43, except date. 

48. Peseta, 1861. Similar to No. 43, except date. 

49. Peseta (1/5 Peso), 1867. Pattern in bronze. Legends 

and types similar to No. 20, but reading 20 CENTI § 
beneath the arms on reverse. Plain edge. 24 mm. 

50. Peseta, 1870. Types similar to No. 49, except date; 

reeded edge. 

61. Peseta, 1871. Similar to No. 50, except date. 
52-53. Peseta, 1874. Similar to No. 50, except date. 

54. Peseta, 1876. Similar to No. 50, except date. 

55. Peseta, 1880. Similar to No. 50, except date. 

56. Peseta, 1891. Similar to No. 50, except date. 



67. Real, 1834." Types similar to No. 39, but with UN. R. 
within wreath, above volcano. 22 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 275 

67a. Real, 1838. Legends and types similar to No. 40, but 
reading 1 - R at sides of the arms on obverse. Edge, 
reeded. 22 mm. 

68. Real, 1843. Similar to No. 57, except date. Edge, 

reeded. 19^ mm. 

69. Real, 1844. Similar to No. 68, except date. 

60. Decimo, 1866. 6>5v. REPUBLICA DE CHILE. Value, 

UN I DECIMO, within a laurel wreath. Rev. PO R LA 
RAZON LA FUERZA. A condor, in flight, with 
broken fetters in talons and beak; below, 1 855. Edge, 
reeded. 18 mm. 

61. Decimo, 1866. Similar to No. 60, except date. 

62. Decimo, 1867. Similar to No. 60, except date. 

63. Decimo, 1868. Pattern in bronze. Ohv. REPUBLICA 

D E C H I L E . W ithin laurel wreath, un | decimo. Bev. 
POR LA RAZON O LA FUERZA. A condor, standing 
to left, with parts of broken fetters on left leg and in 
beak, his right talon holding oval, shield of arms; below, 
1868. Edge, reeded. 18 mm. 

64. AR. Decimo, 1872. Types similar to No. 63, except date. 
66. Decimo, 1880. Similar to No. 64, except date. 

66. Decimo, 1881. Similar to No. 64, except date. 



67. Medio real, 1844. Legends and types similar to No. 40, 

but reading 1/2 — r at sides of arms on obverse. 

68. Medio decimo, 1866. Similar to No. 60, but reading medio | 

DECIMO I within laurel wreath, on obverse. 16 mm. 

69. Medio decimo, 1857. Similar to No. 68, except date. 

70. Medio decimo, 1868. Pattern in bronze. Similar to No. 

63, but with MEDIO | decimo within wreath, on obverse. 

71. AR. Medio real, 1874. Types similar to No. 70, except 

date. 

72. Medio real, 1884. Similar to No. 71, except date. 

73. Medio real, 1887. Similar to No. 71, except date. 



276 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

NICKEL. 

74. Two centavos, 1871. Obv. REPUBLICA DE CHILE. 
Female head, the Republic, to left, with Phrygian cap, 
and over the cap a chapletof grain, flowers, and laurel; 
below, mint-mark, s. Reo. ECONOMIA ES Rl- 
QUEZA. The value, dos | centavos | within a beaded 
circle; below, 1871. 25 mm. 

76. Medio centavo, 1871. Types similar to No. 74, but with 
MEDIO I centavo I on reverse. 21 mm. 

BBONZE. 

76. Two centavos, 1891. Types similar to No. 74. 25^ mm. 

77. One centavo, 1835. Obv. REPUBLICA DE CHILE. A 

star in center of the field; below, 1835. Rev. ECO- 
NOMIA ES REIQUEZA. Within a laurel wreath, 
UN I CENTAVO. 30 mm. 

78. One centavo, 1851. Similar to No. 77, but thinner, and 

dated 1851. 

79. One centavo, 1853. Similar to No. 78, except date. 

80. One centavo, 1882. Types similar to No. 74, but with UN | 

CENTAVO I on reverse. 21 mm. 



81. Medio centavo, 1835. Similar to No. 77, but with medio | 

CENTAVO I on reverse. 22 mm. 

82. Medio centavo, 1851. Types similar tp No. 81, but thin- 

ner, and dated 1851. 

83. Medio centavo, 1883. Similar to No. 74, except date, but 

reading medio | centavo j on reverse. 



ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. 



The General Constituent Assembly in 1816 declared the Provinces of 
Rio de la Plata independent of Spanish domination; but since 1813 this 
General Assembly had governed the country and had provided an issue 
of silver coins which were struck at Potosi, in Peru (No. 2). 

In 1836 Jean Manuel de Rosas was made Dictator, and the name of the 
country was at the same time changed to Republica Argentina Confederada. 

The first coins of this confederate Republic bore the bust of Rosas, but 
it was later displaced by the arms of the Republic, and the earlier legend, 
EN UNION Y LIBERTAD gave way to ETERNO LOOR AL RESTA- 
VRADOR ROSAS. In 1854 the Government, since 1852 the Argentine 
Republic, had 4, 3, and 1 Centavo ( Nos. 34 and 35 ) pieces in bronze struck 
at the Paris mint; but the currency of the country was almost exclusively 
a forced circulation of paper. In 1875 an effort was made at monetary 
reform. 

The law of 1875 provided for two mints, one at Buenos Ayres, which 
was actually established in 1877, the other at Salta; and established a gold 
standard and as a unit a Peso of 1.666 grams weight and 900 thousandths 
fine. The gold coins provided by that law were the Colon of 10 pesos, the 
Medio colon of 5 pesos, and the Peso, and a silver Peso de plata of 27.110 
grams, 900 fine. 

In 1881 the monetary system now in use was established, when provi- 
sion was made for a coinage in the four metals — gold, silver, nickel, and 
bronze. The unit was a Peso of either gold or silver. The denominations 
of the new coins are the gold Argentino of 5 pesos and its half, and the 
silver Peso and its subdivisions. 

The types of the gold and silver coins of the Argentine Republic are the 
arms of the State with the legend REPUBLICA ARGENTINA, and a bust 
of Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap. 

The mints of the Argentine Republic are Rioja (RA), and Cordova 1843- 
1855; but the country has often turned to other mints, and especially to the 
mint of Santiago de Chile, for the production of its coins. 

The arms of the Argentine Republic. — An oval shield party per fess, in 
chief azure a Liberty Cap on a pole supported by two hands on base argent; 
crest, sun. 

CONFEDERATE PROVINCES OF RIO DE lA PLATA. 

GOLD. 

1. Onza, 1828. (RA)i Obv. PROVINCIAS DEL RIO DE LA 
PLATA. Thesun. ^ev. EN UN ION Y LIBERTAD. 
RA.P.8 S. An oval shield of arms, between two laurel 

1 Indication of the mint is thus given immediately after the denomination and date, 
instead of distributing the small and fragmentary collection according to mints. 

277 



278 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

branches, upon a trophy of four flags, two cannon 
barrels and a drum; beneath, 1828. Edge, reeded. 
36 mm. ; 416 grs. 

SILVER. 

2. Peso, 1813. (f) Oh). PROVINCIAS DEL RIO DE LA 

PLATA. Thesun. ^^y. EN UN ION Y LI BERTAD f 
.J . On an oval shield, two hands, joined, holding a spear 
surmounted by a liberty cap; the whole within laurel 
wreath; at sides, 8 - R; below, 1813. Edge, laurel 
wreath. 39 mm. ; 413 grs. PL XV, No. 3. 

3. Peso, 1815. (RA) Similar to No. 2, except date and mm. 

4. Peso, 1827. (RA) Legends and types similar to No. 2, 

except date and mm. ; 414 grs. 

6. Peso, 1836. Similar to No. 4, except date. 



6. Medio peso, 1813. Legends and type similar to No. 5, ex- 

cept the mark of value on reverse, which is 4 - R. 32 
mm. ; 205 grs. 

7. Medio peso, 1815. As No. 6, except date. 

8. Medio peso, 1828. As No. 6, except date. 



9. Peseta, 1813. Legends and types similar to No. 2, except 

the mark of value on the reverse, which is 2 - R. 
Edge, laurel wreath. 37 mm. 

10. Peseta, 1825. Similar to No. 9, except date. 

11. Peseta, 1826. Similar to No, 9, except date. 



12. Real, 1813. (^). Legends and types similar to No. 2, 

except the mark of value on reverse, which is 1 - R. 

13. Real, 1815. Similar to No. 12, except date. 

14. Real, 1824. (R). Similar to No. 12, except date and mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 279 

ARGENTINE CONFEDERATION. 

15. Onza, 1836. (RA) Ohv. REPUB. ARGENT. - CONFE- 

D ERA DA. Bust of the dictator Kosas in uniform, to 
left; below, rosas. Refi). POR LA LIGA LITORAL 
SERA FELIZ.R.8 S. A mountain by the sea; below, 
trophy of arms; beneath, 1 836. Edge, reeded. 39 mm. ; 
416 grs. PI. XIII, 8. 

16. Doblada, 1843. Oh). REPUB.ARGENT.CONFEDE- 

RADA. An oval shield of arms upon a trophy of 
military arms; below, R. 1843 B. Rea. ETERNO 
LOOR AL RESTAURADOR ROSAS. The sunrising 
above a mountain; below, two furled flags; in field, 
2 — E. Edge, wreath. 25 mm.; 103.5 grs. 



17-18. Peso, 1838. (R) Obv. ETERNO LOOR AL RESTAU- 
RADOR ROSAS. Arms of the Confederation— with- 
in an oak wreath, oval shield of arms, the sun above; 
atsides,8— R. Rev. REPUB. ARGENTINA CONFE- 
DERADA. R. A mountain by the sea ; below, a trophy 
of two flags, two cannon barrels, and three cannon 
balls; beneath, 1838. Edge, reeded. 38 mm.; 421.5 
grs. 

19. Medio peso, 1845. Ohv. RESTAURADOR D. JUAN M. 

DE ROSAS. Bust of Gen, Rosas, in uniform, to right; 
beneath, 1841. Rev. VIVA LA CONFEDERACION 
ARGENTINA. Oval shield of arms surmounted by 
sun, within an oak wreath. Edge, plain. 32 mm. 
Proof piece. 

20. Medio peso, 1846. Ohv. REPUB. ARGENT. CONFED. 

Arms within laurel wreath; below, R. 1846 . 9 D^ . V. 
Rev. ETERNO LOOR AL RESTAURAD. ROSAS •. 
A mountain; above, a scroll inscribed, C. DEL G. R., 
and below, a trophy of two flags and two cannon 
barrels, crossed. Edge, hatched. 33 mm. 

21. Medio, peso, 1849. Similar to No. 20, but reading, R. 1 849. 

9 . D^ . B, beneath arms on obverse. 



280 CATALOGUE OF COINS^ TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

22. Peseta, 1843. Legends and types similar to No. 15, except 

the mark of value, which is 2 - R, and on the scroll, on 
reverse, C. D. G. R. 13 mm. 

23. Peseta, 1848. Obv, RE PUB. ARGENT. CO NEED E- 

RADA. R. Similar to No. 15, except the date. Rev. 
RESTAURADOR DE LAS LEYES. Bust of Rosas to 
left, with the name, eosas, beneath. Edge, laurel 
wreath. 27 mm. 

ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. 

24. Argentine, 1883. Olv. REPUBLICA ARGENTINA. 

Oval shield of arms; beneath, *1883*. R&o. Head of 
Liberty to right, with liberty cap; above, * LIBER- 
TAD*; on left, 5 PESOS* UN ARGENTINO* 9 
D°^. Fi N 0. Edge, igualdad ante la ley. 23 mm. ; 
124.5 grs. By Oudine. 

26. Peso, 1882. (R) Olv. REPUBLICA ARGENTINA. 
Arms of the republic; beneath, 1882. Rev. Head of 
Liberty, with cap, to left; above, LI BERT AD; to left, 
UN PESO; to right 9 D^s. FINO. Edge, igualdad 
ante la ley, and seven stars. 38 mm. ; 835 grs. By 
Oudine. 



26. Peseta (20 Centavos), 1883. Ohv. REPUBLICA ARGEN- 
TINA. Oval shield of arms within beaded circle; be- 
neath, *1883*. Rev. Head of Liberty, with liberty 
cap, to left; beneath, ovdin6; above, *LIBERTAD*; 
below, 20 CENTOS. • 9 D^s. FINO. Edge, reeded. 
24 mm. 



27. 10 Centavos, 1882. Ohj. REPUBLICA ARGENTINA. 

Arms of the Republic; below, 1882. Rev, Similar to 
No. 26, but reading 10 CENT^s. •g D^s. FINO. 
Edge, reeded. 18 mm. 

28. 10 Centavos, 1883. Similar to No. 27, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 281 
NICKEL. 

29. 20 Centavos, 1887. Ohv. Arms of tlie republic. Bev. 

REBUBLICA ARGENTINA. Within a circle, 20; be- 
low, around, ^20 CENTAVOS 1887*. Plain edge. 
24 mm. 

30. 20 Centavos, 1896. Olv. REPUBLICA ARGENTINA. 

Head of Liberty to left; beneath, 1896. B&v, 20 | cen- 
tavos I within a laurel wreath. Edge, reeded. 21 mm. 
By Oudine. 

30a. 20 Centavos, 1898. Similar to No. 30, except date. 



31. 10 Centavos, 1896. Similar to No. 30, but reading 10 | 

CENTAVOS I on reverse. 20 mm. 

32. 10 Centavos, 1898. Similar to No. 31, except date. 



33. 5 Centavos, 1896. Similar to No. 30, but reading 5 | cen- 
tavos I on reverse. 17i mm. 



bronze. 



34. 4 Centavos, 1854. Olv. CONFEDERACION ARGEN- 
TINA. The sun; beneath, 1854. Bev. TESORO NA- 
CIONAL. In the field, cuatro | centavos; below, 
banco. 36 mm. 



36. 2 Centavos, 1854. Legends and types similar to No. 34, 
but reading dos | centavos | on reverse. 30 mm. 

36. 2 Centavos, 1888. Ohv. REPUBLICA ARGENTINA. 

Arms, within beaded circle; beneath, *1888*. B&o. 
Head of Liberty to left; above, LI BERT AD; below, 
• DOS CENTAVOS* 30i mm. By Oudine. 

37. 2 Centavos, 1891. Similar to No. 36, except date. 

38. 2 Centavos, 1893. ^ Similar to No. 36, except date. 



282 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, A'NT) MEDALS. 

39. 1 Centavo, 1884. Legends and types similar to No. 36, 

except the value, which is UN CENTAVO. 25 mm. 

40. 1 Centavo, 1888. As No. 39, except date. 

BUENOS AYRES. 

BKONZE. 

41. Decimo, 1822. Ohv. Within a laurel wreath, oval shield 

of arms. i?e^.BUEN0SAYREs I 1822 I UN DECIMO \ within 
a laurel wreath. 24 mm. 



42. 20 Decimos, 1827. Obv. A phoenix in flames, within a 

band inscribed ardescit et virescit; on border, 
points. Hev. 20 | decim. | within a wreath of laurel; 
above, BANCA NACIONAL; below, in two lines, 
BUENOS-AYRES | 1827. 32 mm. 4^ mm. thick. 

43. 20 Decimos, 1828. Similar to No. 42, except date. 



44. 10 Decimos, 1827. Similar to No. 42, but reading 10 
I decim I on reverse. 29 mm. 

46. 10 Decimos, 1828. Similar to No. 44, but with beaded 
borders. 



46. 6/10 Decimo, 1827. Obv. buenos | ayres | 1827 ] within 

laurel wreath. Bev. BANCA NATIONAL. In an 
inner, circular field azure, 5/1 0. 

47. 6/10 Decimo, 1830. Similar to No. 46, except date. 



48. 2 Reales, 1840. Ohv. dos | reales | within laurel wreath; 

above, CASA DE MONEDA; below, BUENOS- 
AYRES. ^ev. VIVA LA FEDERACION. Value, 2 | 
R^ I within palm wreath; below, 1840. 32 mm. 

49. 2 Eeales, 1844. Similar to No. 48, except date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 2^3 

50-51. 2 Reales, 1853. Ohv. PROVINCIA DE BUENOS 
AYRES. Numeral 2, within oak wreath. Rev. Zk%k 
DE MONEDA; date within laurel wreath; below, dos 
REALES. 32 mm. 

62. 2 Reales, 1865. Similar to No. 60, except date. 

53. Real, 1840. Legends and types similar to No. 48, but 
with 1 I R within wreath on reverse. 26 mm. 

64. 1/2 Real, 1844. Similar to No. 48, but with 5/10 within 
wreath on reverse. 23 mm. 

CORDOVA. 

66. AR. Real, 1841. Ohv. PROVINCIA DE CORDOVA. 
Oval shield of arms between laurel branches; below, 
1841. ^gy. CONFEDERADA.*P*P. Radiate sun; 
below, P.N. P. 

66. AR. Peseta, 1844. Ohv. PROVI NCI A. DE. CORDOBA. 

A castle, with flag waving left, flanked by six crossed 
flags; below, two laurel branches. Rev. CON FED E- 
RADA. Sun between sprigs of laurel; below, 2 R^. 
1 844.9. Ds. 28 mm. 

67. AR. Real, 1847. Ohv. Similar to No. 56. Rev. As No. 55. 

68. AR. Real, 1848. Ohv, PROVINCIA DE CORDOVA. In 

• field, 1 1 REAL I • I . Rev. Sun; below, 9.1848 D. 
19 mm. 

69. AR. Peseta, 1849. Ohv. PROVINCIA DE CORDOBA. 

Castle, with flag waving right, flanked by six flags. 
Rev. CON FED E RAD A. Radiate sun, and 2R 1849 
9 D. beneath. 

60. AR. Toston, 1861. Similar to No. 59, but reading 4R 1851 
9D. in legend on reverse. 30 mm. 



URUGUAY. 



The treaty of peace between Brazil and Argentine Republic signed in 
1828 created the Republica Orieniai del Xjrugximj. The coinage of Uruguay, 
which began in 1840, was in copper only until 1870. An interesting ex- 
ception is the obsidional coinage of 1844. During the long siege of Monte- 
video in the civil war Gen. Oribe, who commanded the estanceros, set up a 
mint and struck these silver Pesos fuertos, which bear on the reverse an in- 
scription, SITIO DE MONTEVIDEO, that declares their real character. 

Uruguay has no mint, the coins of the country ha\nng been struck at 
various mints in Europe and South America. Thus an extensive coinage 
of copper was struck in France in 1857, and likewise in 1869. The silver 
coinage of 1877 was executed by the mint of Paris (No. 3), that of 1892 at 
Santiago, Chile, and in 1895 the mint at Buenos Ayres coined silver for 
Uruguay. 

The law of 1876 established the gold standard in Uruguay and adopted 
the monetary system of the Latin Union. The silver coins consist of the 
Peso, and the divisions of 50, 20, and 10 centesimos, while the bronze coins 
are of the value of 4, 2, and 1 centesimos. 

SILVER. 

1. Peso, 1844. Olv. REPUBLICA ORIENTAL DEL URU- 

GUAY. Shield of arms, within oak wreath; below, 
1844. Bev. SITIO DE MONTEVIDEO. In field, 
UN PESO I FUEETE | surrounded by nine stars; below, 
10-1/2 Ds. 39 mm.; 415 grs. 

2. Peso, 1893. Ohv. REPUBLICA ORIENTAL DEL UR- 

UGUAY. Within laurel wreath, oval shield of arms, 
upon trophy of military arms. Hev. LIBRE Y CONS- 
TIT U I D A . Within a laurel wreath, 1 | PESO; below, 
1893. Edge, reeded. 38 mm. ; 385 grs. 

3. Medio peso, 1877. Legends and types similar to No. 2, but 

reading 50 | centesimos | within the wreath, on reverse. 
Edge, reeded. 33 mm. 

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CATAL.OGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 285 

* 4. Medio peso, 1893. Similar to No. 3, except date. 

5. Peseta, 1877. Legends and types similar to No. 3, but 

with 20 I CENTEsiMos | within the wreath, on reverse. 
25 mm. 

BRONZE. 

6. 40 Centesimos, 1856. Ohv. REPUBLICA ORIENTAL DEL 

URUGUAY. Radiate face of the sun; below, 1855. 
Rev. In a circular field, azure, 40, and a scroll above 
inscribed centesimos; the whole within a palm wreath. 
38 mm. 4 mm. thick. 

7. 20 Centesimos, 1854. Legends and types similar to No. 6, 

except the value, which is 20. 38 mm. 

8. 20 Centesimos, 1857. Similar to No. 7, except date. 

9. 6 Centesimos, 1855. Legends and types similar to No. 6, 

except the mark of value, which is 5. 24 mm. 

10. 6 Centesimos, 1857. Similar to No. 9, except date. 

11.4 Centesimos, 1869. Legends and types similar to No. 6, 
except the value, which is 4, on the reverse. 36 mm. 

12. 2 Centesimos, 1869. Similar to No. 6, except the value, 

which is 2, on the reverse. 30 mm. 

13. 1 Centesimo, 1869. Similar to No. 6, except the value, 

which is 1 , on reverse. 



PARAGUAY 



The history of the coinage of Paraguay is very meager. The earliest 
coins of the country were copper pieces with the value of ^j of the Medio 
Real or x^j of the silver Peso (No. 3). In 1855 a coinage of silver Pesos 
was proposed and several patterns were produced at the mint of Paris 
(No. 1), but no coins were struck for circulation. In 1864 a silver Peso 
was issued with types composed of a seated figure of Liberty and the arms 
of the Republic; and subsequently the Peso with the type of a radiant star 
(No. 2) within a wreath was issued. Until 1870 Paraguay retained the 
Spanish system with a silver Peso of 8 reales, but in that year adopted the 
decimal system and a Peso of 100 centavos. By the law of 1903 the gold 
and silver coins of the Argentine Republic are made the legal currency 
of the country. 

1. Tin. Peso fnerte, 1865. Ohv. Liberty, seated facing, a 

star on head, a laurel branch in right hand, and pair of 
scales in the left hand which rests on a sword; the 
whole between laurel and palm branches. Hev. RE- 
PUBLICA DEL PARAGUAY. A lion sejant gardant 
before a pole surmounted by a liberty cap in a glory; 
across the field, below the cap, paz t-justicia; in 
exergue, 10 R^. Edge, plain. 38 mm. 

2. AE. Peso, 1889. Obv. REPUBLICA DEL PARAGUAY. 

A five-point star within a wreath of palm and laurel; 
below, 1889. Rev. A lion sejant gardant before a 
pole surmounted by a liberty cap in a glory; above, 
PAZ Y JUSTICIA; below, UN PESO 9 D^s fINO. 

Edge, IGUALDAD ANTE LA LET. 38 mm. 

3. 1/12 Medio real, 1845. Ohv. A lion sejant gardant before 

a pole surmounted by a liberty cap in a glory; the 
whole within a laurel wreath. Rev. REPUBLICA 
DEL PARAGUAY. On a circular field azure, 1/12; 
below, 1845. 
286 



CATALOGTJE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 287 

4. AE. 2 Centesimos, 1868. Oh), REPUBLICA DEL PARA- 

GUAY. Type similar to No. 3, within a beaded circle; 
below, 1838. Rev.no^ \ cent'' | within a beaded circle; 
above, PAZ Y JUSTICIA; below, ••*••.. 30 mm. 

5. AE. 4 Centesimos, 1870. Ohv, REPUBLICA DEL PARA- 

GUAY. A star within a wreath of laurel and oak. 
Rev. The numeral 4 on a circular field azure, above 
which, CENTESIMOS on a scroll; the whole within a 
laurel wreath open at the bottom; between the ends of 
the branches of the wreath, 1 870. 36 mm. 

6. AE. 2 Centesimos, 1870. Similar to No. 5, but with the 

numeral 2 on the reverse. 25 mm. 

7. AE. 1 Centesimo, 1870. Similar to No. 5, but with the 

numeral 1 on the reverse. 23 mm. 



BRITISH GUIANA. 



This British colony consists of Demerara, Essequibo, and Berbice, and 
was acquired from the Dutch in 1803. The first EngUsh coinage of 1809 
retained the monetary system of the Dutch and pieces of 3 Guilders, 2 
Guilders, the Guilder, and its Half and Quarter were struck for the colony. 
In 1839 this system was abolished and the American system with the Dollar 
and its divisions adopted, but no coins on this system were ever struck, 
the currency of the colony being composed chiefly of legalized silver of 
neighboring countries. In 1891 a Fourpence piece was struck for British 
Guiana and the West Indies, which was exactly equivalent to the 1/4 Stuiver 
or Bit 

■ George IV, A. D. 1803-1820, 

SILVER. 

1. 3 Guilders, 1809. Ohv. GEORGIUS INI DEI GRATIA. 
Bust of George IV, laureated, to right. Rev. COLO- 
NIES OF ESSIQUIBO &. DEMARARY TOKEN. 
Numeral 3, with crown above, within a wreath; below, 
1 809. Edge, obliquely hatched. 38 mm. 

2-3. 2 Guilders, 1809. Sunilar to No. 1, but with the numeral 
2, crowned, on reverse. 34 mm. 

4. 2 Guilders, 1816. Similar to No. 2, except date. 28 mm. 

6. Guilder, 1809. Similar to No. 1, but with the numeral 1 , 
crowned, on reverse. 25 mm. 

6. Guilder, 1816. Similar to No. 5, except date. 

7. 1/2 Guilder, 1816. Types and legends similar to No. 1, but 

with 1 /2, crowned, on reverse. 20 mm. 

8. 1/4 Guilder, 1809. Similar to No. 1, but with 1/4, crowned, 

on reverse. 17 mm. 

9. 1/4 Guilder, 1816. Similar to No. 8, except date. 

BRONZE. 

10. 1/2 Stuiver, 1816. Types and legends similar to No. !► 

Edge, centrally hatched. 28 mm. 

288 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 289 

William 17, A. D. 1820-1837. 

SILVER. 

11-12. 3 Guilders, 1832. Ohv. GULIELMUS- llll D:G- 
BRITANNIAR: REX. F: D: Head to right. Eev. 
UNITED COLONY OFDEMARARY& ESSIQUIBO. 
Numeral 3, crowned, within a wreath; below, 1832. 
Edge, plain. 35 mm. 

13. 2 Guilders, 1832. Similar to No. 11, but with numeral 2, 

crowned, on reverse. Edge, plain. 28 mm. 

14. Guilder, 1832. Similar to No. 11, but with numeral 1, 

crowned, on reverse. Edge, plain. 23 mm. 

16. 1/2 Guilder, 1835. Similar to No. 11, but with 1 /2, crowned, 
on reverse. 19 mm. 

16. 1/4 Guilder, 1835. Similar to No. 11, but with 1/4 

GUILDER, crowned, on reverse. 13 mm. 

Victoria, A. D. 1837-1901. 

SILVER. 

17. AR. 4 Pence, 1891. Ohv. VICTORIA — QUEEN. 

Coroneted bust to left. Rev. BRITISH GUIANA 
AND WEST INDIES. Within a wreath, FOUR 
PENCE, and crown above; below, 1891. 16 mm. 

Edward VII, A. D. 1901-1910. 

SILVER. 

18. AR. 4 Pence, 1805. Ohv. EDWARD VII KING AND 

EMPEROR. Crowned bust of the king to right. 
Rev. Similar to No. 17. 16 mm. 

1666°— 12 19 



CAYENNE OR FRENCH GUIANA. 



This French colony, which has been a penal colony since the latter part 
of the eighteenth century, has never develoi)ed to such a degree as to 
require a special coinage of any importance. 

The first measure lookinj? to a provision of a currency for the colony 
was the edict of Louis XVI, dated December 10, 1779, ordering the trans- 
fer to the colony of 30,000 livres of retired billon doubles sols of France; 
and the supply of such coinage being exhausted before the amount named 
in the edict was made up, new pieces were struck, and with the same 
device, a crowned letter C, as was employed for countermarking the retired 
S sols pieces; and, as in the latter case, the new pieces were stamped on 
one side only. 

Again, in 1781 an edict issued in March made provision for a special 
coinage for the French Antilles, Isle de Bourbon, and for Cayenne; but 
the three sols pieces ordered by the colony did not come into circulation, 
and in 1782 a billon double sou, valued at 1/10 livre, was struck (No. 3). 

In 1818 Louis XVIII struck for Guyanne Frangaise billon 10 centimes 
pieces, with the crowned monogram of the king on the obverse. This 
colony also received part of a general colonial coinage in bronze of 10 and 
5 centimes pieces issued in 1825 and destined for all the French colonies. 
These pieces bear the effigy of Charles X. (See West Indies, French Pos- 
sessions, No. 3.) These bronze pieces were heavy and were practically 
rejected by the colonists. More successful was the issue of billion 10 
centimes pieces in 1846, which are still in circulation, coins popularly 
designated marques hlancs. 

Lmiis XVI, A. D. 1771^-1792. 

1. Bil. Sou, undated. 6^ Jv. Crowned C. ^ev. Plain. 23 mm. 

2. Bil. Sou, undated. Similar to No. 1. 22^ mm. 

3. Bil. Double sou, 1782. Ohv. LOUIS XVI.R.DE - FR.ET 

DE NAV. The three lilies, and crown above. Rev. 
COLONIE DE CAYENNE. Within a circle, 2 | sous j 
1782 I A. 22^ mm. 

4. Bil. Double sou, 1789. Similar to No. 3, except date, 

22 mm. 

6. Similar to No. 4. 23 mm. 
290* 



CATAIiOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 291 

Louis Philippe, 1830-181^8. 

Bil. 10 Centimes, 1846. Ohv. LOUIS PHILIPPE I ROI 
D ES FRA N C A IS. Royal monogram, crowned. Refo, 
GUYANNE FRANCAISE (incuse). In the field, loj 

CENT I I^^A I BARRE. 22 mm. 

THE REPUBIIC. 

Nic. Pattern, 20 centimes, 1887. Ohv. REPUBLIQUEDE 
LA GUYANNE INDEPENDENTE. Female head, 
wearing liberty cap, to left; beneath, essai. Rev. 
LIBERIE • JUSTICE. Within a laurel wreath, 
20 cents; below, * 1887 *. Plain edge. 23 mm. 

AE. 10 Centimes, 1887. Ohv. REPUBLIQUE DE LA 
GUYANNE INDEPENDENTE. Maltese cross; in 
center, within a circle, two hands clasped; below, 1 887. 
^ev. LIBERTE • JUSTICE. Within beaded circle, 
10 I CENT I E. I ; below, •**•*. Plain edge. 
30 mm. 



BRAZIL. 



The colonial coinage of Brazil begins with the establishment of a mint 
at Bahia by Peter II in 1694. Prior to that time the currency of the coun- 
try, apart from European, chiefly Portuguese coins, was Spanish- American 
silver coins, which were often countermarked with designation of value in 
Portuguese Em. The monetary system established by the same decree, 
which provided for a colonial mint, corresponded closely to that of the 
mother country, Portugal, in so far as denominations were concerned; but 
a special colonial standard was prescribed. This standard fixed the rela- 
tion of gold to silver in the proportion of 14.82 to 1, while the standard of 
the national coinage of Portugal was 16 to 1. This first colonial mint was 
established at Bahia, whence five years later it was transferred to Rio de 
Janeiro, and in the following year, 1700, or perhaps a year or two later, a 
second-mint was established at Pernambuco, the coins of which were dis- 
tinguished by thfe mint-mark P. 

In 1714 another mint was installed at Bahia, coins of which bear the 
mint-mark B, and finally the last minting establishment to beproWded for 
the colony was one at Villa Rica de Ouro Preto, in the Province of ^linas 
Greraes, which was a rich mining district. The distinguishing mark of the 
coins of this mint is the letter M, the initial of the name of the Province. 

The obverse type of the gold and silver coins struck in Brazil up to 1703 
consists of a crowned shield of arms of Portugal, the date and designation of 
value, and the title of the king with the addition of Brasilia Dominus, in 
full or abbreviated, a portion of the inscription sometimes extending to 
the reverse. On the reverse of the gold coins, not only of the first issues, 
but later on the gold coins struck on the colonial system, was the cross of 
St. George within a treasure of four lobes, while on the reverse of the 
silver coins was a globe on a cross of the Order of Christ, and in the angles 
of the cross the legend SVBQ(e) SIGN(o) NATA STAB(it). This motto 
has been variously explained; it is perhaps to be translated: "The land 
discovered under (this) sign (i. e., of the cross) shall prosper." 

By a decree of 1703 the gold coins of the mint at Rio de Janeiro were 
struck on the same standard as those of Portugal, and also with same types 
with this difference, that instead of rosettes in the angles of the cross on 
the reverse, the letter R, the mint-mark of Rio de Jeneiro, was placed in 
each of the four angles. In 1722 John V of Portugal followed the exam- 
ple of the other European countries and placed his portrait on his coins, 
and in 1727 gold coins of Brazil also were issued bearing the portrait of 
the monarch, the colonial coins being distinguished from those of the 
mother country by the presence of a mint-mark beneath the bust. 
292 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 293 

In the reign of Joseph I a noteworthy special coinage of silver took place 
at the mints at Bahia and Rio de Janeiro for circulation in the mining 
region, and were known as moedas minieras. The series consisted of four 
pieces of the value of 600, 300, 150, and 75 Reis, respectively. On the ob- 
verse these coins have a large J, crowned; and on the reverse the usual 
type of the silver coins of Brazil. 

Copper coins struck for the Portuguese colony of Angola, in Africa, were 
supplied to Brazil until 1715, when the mint at Lisbon struck a special 
copper <;oin for the American colony, and in 1729 the coinage of copper 
was begun at Bahia. These copper coins all have the Brazilian globe and 
around it the legend PECUNIA TOTUM CIRCUMIT ORBEM. 

The invasion of Portugal by the French in 1807 compelled the court to 
seek refuge in Brazil, whither the seat of government was transferred. In 
a short time the trade of the colony had so increased that the supply of 
silver was insufficient; and in order to meet the increased demand a de- 
cree was issued September 1, 1808, which authorized the circulation of the 
Spanish Pesos, at a valuation of 960 Eds, after being officially counter- 
marked at the mints and assay offices. The countermarks on these Pesos 
are, on one side, the arms of Portugal, and on the other, the Brazilian 
globe (No. 42). 

In 1815 the Prince Regent, John of Portugal, erected the United Kingdom 
of Portugal, Brazil, and Algarve, and in 1818 his portrait as Johji VI ap- 
peared on the coins, the arms of the new Kingdom being placed on the 
reverse. 

The creation of the Empire of Brazil in 1822 had no immediate effect 
on the monetary system of the country. The bust of the Emperor and 
the arms of Brazil are found on the gold coins; while the arms occupied 
the obverse of the silver and copper, with the value, date, and mint-mark 
within a wreath on the reverse. 

During the reign of Dom Pedro II important changes were made in the 
standard of gold and silver. From 1831 to 1833 the system established 
in 1824, in the reign of Dom Pedro I, was continued. This was based on 
the Portuguese colonial system, with a double standard. In that system 
the Oitava of gold, 22 carats fine, was valued at 1$600 and 1$777 Reis, the 
Meia Dobra struck in the former being valued at 6$400 Reis, the Moeda in 
the latter at 4$000 Reis. The coins of each series have the bust of the 
Emperor as a child of 6 years of age. The silver of this period was 916J 
thousandths fine and the 2 Pataca piece of 640 Reis weighed 5 Oitavas. 
In 1833 the value of gold was raised to 2$500 Reis per Oitava, 22 carats fine. 
The Meia Dobra on this standard has a value of 10$000 Reis. The silver 
2 Pataca piece still weighed 5 Oitavas, but its value was 800 Reis, and the 
Patagon or piece of 3 Patacas of corresponding weight and value, that is, 
1$200 Reis. On the earlier coins of the period when this standard was in 
use, 1833 to 1849, is found the bust of the Emperor as a boy, and on the 
later we have his bust as a mature man in the uniform of an admiral. 

In 1849 Brazil adopted the gold standard for which purpose the value 
of the Oitava of gold, 22 carats fine, was fixed at 4$000 Reis. There were 
issued in gold a piece of 20$000 Reis, weighing 17.930 grams, and its half 
of 10$000 Reis, both without mint-mark. The largest silver coin under 



294 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

this new law was the piece of 2$000 Reis, the successor of the Patagon, 
weighing 25 grams, which was raised to 25.50 in 1875. The Milreis, and 
the piece of 500 Reis, of proportional weight, were also struck. 

The bust on this last issue of gold coins and of silver after 1867 was that 
of a mature, heavily beared man. 

By a decree of September 3, 1870, a divisional coinage in nickel was 
introduced, and pieces of 200, 100, and 50 Reis were struck in that metal. 
On the obverse of these coins is the inscription, IMPERIO DO BRAZIL, 
and the arms of the empire, while on the reverse is the value and the 
legend DECRETO No. 1817 DE 3 DE SETEMBRO DE 1870. 

The Republic of Brazil, when established in 1889, made no change in 
the monetary system, but there was a change of types to correspond with 
the new order of government. A female bust with a Phrygian cap 
appeared on the silver in 1889, and the inscription REPUBLICA DOS 
EST ADOS UNIDOS DO BRAZIL; and on the reverse one finds the arms 
of the Republic and the legend, ORDEN E PROGRESO. 

At various times there have been mints in Brazil at the following cities: 
Bahia (B), Rio de Janeiro (R), Pemambuco (P), Villa Rica de Ouro 
Preto, Minas Geraes (M), Sao Paolo (S P), Goyaz (G), and Cuyaba (C). 
At the beginning of the reign of Dora Pedro II only four of these mints 
were in operation, and during his reign the mints at Bahia, Goyaz, and 
Cuyaba .were closed, leaving only the one at Rio de Janeiro active. 

The arms of the Republic of Brazil. — A round shield azure the constellation 
of the Southern Cross argent, a bordure charged with 21 stars; the shield 
on a five-point star the rays party vert and or. The whole upon a sword in 
pale, within a wreath of laurel and coffee. 

Legend, ESTADOS UNIDOS DO BRAZIL 15 DE NOVEMBRE DE 
1899. 

COLONY OF PORTUGAL. 

Dam Pedro II, A. D. 1683-1706. 

GOLD. 

1. Moeda, 1704. (R).^ Ohv. PETRVS . II . D. G. PORT. 
ET . ALG. REX. Shield of the arms of Portugal, 
crowned; at sides, left, 4000 reading upward, right, 
four rosettes in perpendicular line. Bev. I N + HOC + 
SIGNO + VINCES + 1704. Cross of the Order of 
Christ, with letter R (Rio de Janeiro) in each angle. 
Edge, obliquely hatched. 30 mm.; 165.5 grs. 

> Owing to the fragmentary character of the collection of Brazilian coins, it seemed 
best not to try to distribute them according to mints. The indication of the mint is 
given, therefore, immediately after the denomination and date of the coins, where such 
information was obtainable or important. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 295 
SILVER. 

2. 2 Patacas (640 Reis), 1696. (B). Obv. PETRVS. II. D. 

G. PORT. REX. ET. BRAS. D. Arms of Portugal, 
crowned; at sides, 640 reading downward - three rosettes 
in perpendicular line; the date, 16 - 95, is divided by the 
crown. ^^. SUBQ.- SIGN.- NATA- STAB. A 
globe over cross of the Order of Christ; on girdle of 
globe, B. Edge, obliquely hatched. Without mint 
mark. 38 mm. ; 290 grs. 

3. 2 Patacas (640 Eeis), 1699. (R). Similar to No. 2, except 

date. 

4. 2 Patacas (640 Eeis) , 1701 . (R) . Similar to No. 2 ; the final 

numeral 1 in date is over 0. 

6. Pataca (320 Reis), 1701. (B). Legends and types similar 
to No. 2, but reading 320 (reis) to left of arms, on ob- 
verse; numeral 1 over in date. Edge, obliquely 
hatched. 31 mm. 

6. Meia pataca (160 Reis), 1700. (R). Similar to No. 2, but 

reading 160 to left of the arms Edge, obliquely 
hatched. 31 mm. 

D(m Joao F, A. D, 1706-1750. 

GOLD. 

7. Moeda, 1720. (R). Olv. JOANNES. V. D. G. PORT. 

ET. ALG. REX. Similar to No. 1. Rev. Similar to 
No. 1. 29.5 mm.; 160 grs. 

8. Dobrao, or 5 Moedas (20,000 Reis), 1725. (M). Ohv. In- 

scription and type similar to No. 2, but at left side of 
shield, 20000, and at right, five rosettes in perpendicular 
line. Bev. Inscription as No. 1, but with rosettes for 
stops; cross of the Order of Christ, with letter M 
(Minas) in each angle. Edge, wreath, 39 mm.; 
827.7 grs. 

9. Dobra of 8 Escudos (12,800 Reis), 1729. (Jff). Oh). lOAN- 

NES. V. D. G. PORT. ET. ALG. REX. Laureated 
bust to right; beneath, M (Minas) | 1729. Bev. A 
garnished shield of the arms of Portugal, crowned. 
Edge, a wreath. 37 mm. ; 437 grs. 



296 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

10. 1/2 Dobra or 4 Escndos (6,400 Reis), 1736. (B). Legends 

and types similar to No. 9, but with the mint-mark b. 
beneath the bust. 32 mm.; 215.5 grs. 

11. 4 Milreis, 1749. Struck at Lisbon for MaranhSo. Obv. 

lOANNES. V. D. G. PORTVG. REX. Shield of the 
arms of Portugal, crowned; at sides, left, 4000 reading 
downward, right, three rosettes in perpendicular line. 
Reo. ET BRASILIAE. DOMINUS. ANNO. 1749. 
Cross of St. George, within a tressure of four lobes. 
Edge, obliquely hatehed. 27 ram.; 125.5 gre. 

SILVER. 

12. 2 Patacas (640 Reis), 1749. (R). Obv. JOAN N ES. V. D. 

G. PORT. REX. ET BRAS. D. Type similar to No. 2. 
Rev. Similar to No. 2, but on girdle of the globe, R 
(Rio de Janeiro). 37.5 mm.; 280 grs. 

13. Pataca (320 Reis), 1749. (R). Similar to No. 12, except 

value. 

BRONZE. 

14. Vintem, 1746. Obv. lOANNES. V. D. G. ET. BRASIL 

REX. The value X X, crowned; beneath, 1746. Rev. 
PECUNIATOTUM CIRCUIT ORBEM. Aglobe. 

Dom Jose /, A. D. 1750-1777. 

GOLD. 

16. Meia dobra, 1768. (R). 6>5v. JOSEPHUS.I.D.G. - PORT. 
ET.ALG.REX. Laureated bust, draped, to right; 
below, R 1758. Rev. Garnished shield of arms of 
Portugal, crowned. Edge, wreath. 32 mm. ; 216 grs. 

16. Meia dobra, 1762. (R). Similar to No. 15, except date. 

32 mm.; 166.5 grs. Countermarked on obverse with 
an eye, beneath the chin, and on neck, 20. 

SILVER. 

17. 2 Patacas (640 Reis), 1751. (R). Ohv. JOSEPH US. I. D. 

G. P. REX. ET BRAS. D. Sunilar to No. 2. Rev. 
Similar to No. 2, but with R (Rio de Janeiro) on the 
girdle of the globe. 38 mm.; 270.5 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 297 

18. 2 Patacas (640 Reis), 1771. Similar to No. 17, except 

date. 

19. Pataca (320 Eeis), 1751. (R). Types similar to No. 17, 

except value. 

Speddl Corns for Mi/ning Districts, 

20. Pataca (300 Reis), 1762. Ohv. Letter J, crowned, with 

300 to left, and to right, three small crosses. Bev. 
Similar to No. 2. 

21. Pataca (300 Reis), 1764. (R). Similar to No. 20, but 

countermarked, on obverse, with shield of arms of 
Portugal. 

22. Pataca (300 Reis), 1768. (R.) Similar to No. 21, except 

date. 



23. Meia pataca (160 Reis), 1771. (P). (95v. JOSEPHUS.I. 

D.G.P.REX.ET.BRAS.D. Similar to No. 2, except 
value. Rev. Similar to No. 2, but with P (Pernam- 
buco) on girdle of the globe. 

24. Tostao, 1771. Oh). JOSEPHUS. I. D. G. P. REX. ET. 

BRAS. D. Crowned shield of arms, with value, 80, on 
left, and three rosettes on right, the crown dividing 
the date, 17-71. ^ev. SVGB.-SIGN.-NATA-STAB. 
Globe over a cross of the Order of Christ. 

BRONZE. 

26. Vintem, 1760. JOSEPHUS. I. D. G. P. ET BRASILIAE. 
REX. As No. 14, except date, 1760. 41 mm. 

Da Maria land Dom Pedro III, A. D. 1777-1786. 

GOLD. 

26. 4 Milreis, 1779. (L). Ohv. MARIA. I. ET. PETRUS. III. 
D.G.PORTUS. REGES. The arms of Portugal, 
crowned; at sides: to left, 4000 reading downward, to 
right, four rosettes in perpendicular line. Bev. ET 
BRASILIAE. DOMINI. ANNO. 1779. Cross of St. 
George, within a tressure of four lobes. Edge, 
obliquely hatched. 27 mm.; 279.5gr8. 



298 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

SILVER. 

27. 2Patacas (640 Reis), 1780. (I). Oh). MARIA. I. ET. 

PRETRUS III. D. G. PORT. REGES. ET. BRAS. D. 
The arms of Portugal; at sides, 640, reading down- 
ward — three rosettes, in perpendicular line; the date, 
17 - 80, divided by crown. Rei). SUBQ. - SIGN. - 
NATA - STAB. Globe over ctoss of the Order of 
Christ. Struck at Lisbon. Without mint-mark. 

28. Pataca (320 Reis), 1780. Ohi. MARIA.I.ET.PETRUS. 

III.D.G.PORT.REGES.ET.BRAS.D. Similar to No. 
27, but reading 320 to left of arms. Reo. Similar to 
No. 27, without mm. 

29. Half pataca (160 Reis), 1787. (I). Ohv. MARIA.I.ET. 

PETRUS.III.D.G.PORT.REGES.ET.BRAS.D. Simi- 
lar to No. 27, but reading 160 to left of the arms. Reo. 
Similar to No. 27; without mm. 

30. Vintem, 1784. MARIA. I. ET PETRUS. III. D. G. P. ET. 

BRAS I L. REGES. Types similar to No. 14. 

31. 10 Reis, 1782. Similar to No. 30, except mark of value, 

which is X, and the date, 1 782. 26 mm. 

Maria /, A. D. 1786-1799. 

SILVER. 

32. 2 Patacas (640 Reis), 1800. (L). Ohv. MARIA. I. D. G. 

PORT. REGINA. ET. BRAS. D. Similar to No. 27. 
Reo. Similar to No. 27. Without mint mark. 

33. 2 Patacas (640 Reis), 1804. (B). Similar to No. 32, but 

with B (Bahia) on girdle of globe. 38 mm.; 303.5 grs. 

34. Pataca (320 Reis), 1802. (R). Ohv. MARIA.I.D.G. 

PORT.REGINA.ET.BRAS.D. Similar to No. 27, 
but reading 320 to left of arms. Rev. Type similar 
to No. 27; on girdle of globe, R. 

BRONZE. 

35. 2 Vintems, 1790. Oh). MARIA. I. D. G. P. BRASILIAE. 

REGINA. Mark of value, X L, crowned; beneath, 
1790. ^^. PECUNIATOTUMCIRCUMITORBEM. 
A globe. 35 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 299 

36. 2 Vintems, 1791. Similar to No. 35, except date. 

37. Vintem, 1767. MARIA. I. D. G. P. ET BRASILIAE. 

R E G I N A . Types similar to No. 35. 

38. Vintem, 1796. Similar to last, except date. Counter- 

marked with arms of Portugal. 

39. 10 Reis, 1787. Similar to No. 36, except mark of value, 

which is X, and dated 1 787. Countermarked, over mark 
of value, with arms of Portugal. 

I)(ym, Joao, Prince Regent, A. D. 1799-1818. 

GOLD. 

40. Meia dobra, 1807. (E). 6>Jv. JOANNES. D.G. PORT. - 

ET.ALG.P.REGENS. Laureated bust, draped, to 
right; below, 1807.R. Eev. Oval shield of arms, 
within ornamental scroll work, crowned. Edge, 
wreath. 32 mm.; 220.5 grs. 

41. 4 Milreis, 1811. Ohv. JOANNES. D.G.PORT.ET.ALG. 

P. REG ENS. Arms of Portugal, crowned; at sides, 
.4000. — three rosettes, as on No. 26. Eev. .ET.BRA- 
SILI/E.DOMINUS.ANNO. • .1811. • Within a 
tressure of four lobes, cross of St. George. Edge, a 
wreath. 27 mm. 

SILVER. 
(Spanish Pesos countermarked and valued at 960 Reis.) 

42. Peso of Charles IIII, of the Potosi mint, dated 1807. Ohv. 

Countermark, oval shield of arms, crowned, within a 
wreath; beneath the wreath, 960. Bev. Countermark, 
a globe. 

43. Peso of Charles IIII, Potosi mint, dated 1813. Counter- 

marked as No. 42. 



44. 3 Patacas (960 Reis), 1810. (R). Ohv. JOAN N ES. D. G. 
PORT. P. REGENS ETBRAS. D. Arms of Portugal, 
crowned; at sides, 960 reading down ward — three rosettes 
in perpendicular line; the date, 18 - 10 divided by the 
crown. ^6^. SUBQ.-SIGN-NATA.-STAB. Globe 



300 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

over cross of the Order of Christ. On girdle of the 
globe, R (Rio de Janeiro). Edge, a wreath. 42 mm. ; 
416.5 grs. PI. XV, 4. 

45. SPatacas (960 Eeis), 1816. Similar to No. 44, except 

date. 

46. SPatacas (960 Eeis), 1816. Similar to No. 44, except 

date. 

47. 3 Patacas (960 Eeis), 1814. (B). Similar to No. 44, but 

on girdle of globe B (Bahia). 

48. Pataca (320 Eeis), 1812. Obo. JOANNES.D.G.PORT.P. 

REG ENS ET BRAS.D. Similar to No. 44, but read- 
ing 320 to left of arms. Rev, Similar to No. 44. 

BRONZE. 

49. 2 Vintems, 1812. (B). Ohv. JOANNES D. G. P. ET 

BRASILIAE P. REGENS. Similar to No. 35. Rev. 
Similar to No. 35, but with B (Bahia) on girdle of 
globe. 35 mm. 

60. Vintem, 1803. JOANNES D. G. (sic) ET BRASILIAE P. 

REGENS. Types similar to No. 49. 31 mm. 

61. 10 Eeis, 1803. JOANNES. D. G. P. ET BRASILIAE. P. 

REGENS. Types similar to No. 49. 

Dmn Joao VI, A. D. 1818-1822. 

GOLD. 

62. 4 Milreis, 1819. (E). Ohv. Arms of Portugal over a globe, 

crowned — being the arms of the United Kingdom — 
between oak and laurel branches; beneath, .4000. Rev. 
JOAN N ES. VI. D.G. PORT. ET. BRAS. ET.ALG. REX. 
Cross of St. George, within a tressure of four lobes; 
below, +1819 +. 26 mm. 

SILVER. 

63. 3 Patacas (960 Eeis), 1818. (E). Ohv. JOANNES. VI. 

D. G. PORT. BRAS. ET. ALG. REX. Within a laurel 
wreath, 960 | 1818 | R. | ; above, a crown. Rev. SUBQ.- 
SIGN. - NATA. - STAB. Types similar to No. 44. 
41 mm. ; 414 grs. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 301 

54. 3 Patacas (960 Reis), 1820. Similar to No. 53, except 

date. 

55. 3 Patacas (960 Eels), 1821. Similar to No. 63, except 

date. 

66. 2 Patacas (640 Reis), 1818. (R). OU. JOANNES. VI. 
D. G. PORT. BRAS. ET. ALG. REX. Within a laurel 
■wreath, 640 | 1818 | r; above, a crown. R&d. Similar to 
No. 63. 

57. 2 Patacas (640 Reis), 1821. (R). Similar to No. 56, ex- 

cept date. 

58. Pataca (320 Reis), 1820. JOANNES VI.D.G.PORT. 

BRAS. ET.ALG. REX. Within a wreath, 320 | 1820 | r | ; 
above, a crown. Reo. Type similar to No. 53. 

59. Half pataca (160 Reis), 1818. Ohv. JOANNES.VI.D.G. 

PORT. BRAS. ET.ALG. REX. Within laurel wreath, 
160 I 1818 I r; above, a crown. Rem, Similar to No. 53. 

60. Meia pataca (160 Reis), 1820. Similar to No. 59, except 

date. 

61. Tostao, 1818. (R). Olv. JOANNES. VI. D. G. PORT. 

BRAS. ET. ALG. REX. Within laurel wreath, 80 | 
1881 I R. I ; above, a crown. R&^. Similar to No. 53. 

62. Tostao, 1820. Similar to No. 61, except date. 

63. Tostao, 1821. Similar to No. 61, except date. 



THE EMPIRE OF BRAZIL. 
Dom Pedro 7, A. D. 1822-1831, 

SILVER. 

64. Patagon (960 Reis), 1823. (R). Ohv. PETRUS.I.D.G. 

CONST.IMP.ET.PERP.BRAS.DEF. Within a laurel 
wreath, 960; below, 1823 R. Rev. m hoc signo 
viNCES. Arms of Brazil. Struck over a Peso of 
Ferdinand VU. 40 mm.; 414.5 grs. 

65. Patagon (960 Reis), 1826. (R). Legends and types sim- 

ilar to No. 64, except date; not surfrajypL 



302 CATAL.OGUB OP COINS^ TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

66. Double pataca (640 Keis), 1824. Ohv. PETRUS.I.D.G. 

CONST.IMP.ET.PERP.BRAS.DEF. Within a laurel 
wreath, 640; below, + 1824 R + R&o. + IN + HOC 
+ SIGNO + VINCES +. Arms of Brazil. Edge, 
laurel wreath. 37 mm. 

67. Double pataca (640 Eeis), 1825. Similar to No. 66, except 

date. 

BRONZE. 

68. 80 Eels, 1827. Ohv. PETRUS. I. D. G. CONST. IMP. 

ET. PER P. BRAS. DEF. Within a laurel wreath, 80; 
below, +1 827 R+. Reo. IN . HOC . SIGNO . VINCES. 
The arms of Brazil. Edge, central reeding. 41 mm. 

69. 80 Eeis, 1828. Similar to No. 68, except date. 40 mm. 

70. 80 Eeis, 1829. Similar to No. 68, except date. 39 mm. 

71. 80 Eeis, 1829. As last, but countermarked 40 over the 80. 

72. 80 Eeis, 1830. Similar to No. 68, except date. 

73. 80 Eeis, 1830. As last, but countermarked 40 over the 80. 

74. 20 Eeis, 1824. (E). OU. PETRUS.I.D.G.CONST.IMP. 

ET.PERP.BRAS.DEF. Within a laurel wreath , mark 
of value, 20 ; beneath wreath, + 1 824. R +. Rei). + I N + 
HOC + SIGNO + VINCES +. The arms of Brazil. 
30 mm. 

75. 20 Eeis, 1826. Similar to No. 74, except date. 

76. 20 Eeis, 1827. Similar to No. 74, except date. 

77. 20 Eeis, 1827. (B). Similar to No. 74, but reading 

+ 1 827. B + beneath the wreath. 32 mm. 

D(mh Pedro II, A. D. 1831-1889. 

GOLD. 

78. Meia dobra (6,400 Eeis), 1833. Olv. PETRUS.II.D.G. 

CONST.IMP.PERP.ET.BRAS.DEF. Nude bust of 
the Emperor as a child, to right; below, + 1 833. R +. 
Bev.\H + HOC + SIGNO + VINCES. Arms of 
Brazil; below, + 6400 +. Edge, a wreath. 32 mm.; 
wt., 221 grs. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 303 

79. Moeda (10,000 Reis), 1838. Oh). PETRUS.II.D.G. 

IMP. - ET.PERP.BRAS.DEF. Nude bust of emperor 
as a bo}'^, to right; below, 1838. Bev. Arms of Brazil; 
above, in hoc s. - vinces. Edge, reeded. 28 mm.; 
wt., 221 grs. 

80. Moeda (10,000 Reis), 1848. Ohv. Inscription as No. 79; 

youthful bust, in uniform, to left; below, 1 848. Bev. 
Similar to No. 79. Edge, reeded. 28 mm., wt., 220.6 
grs. 

81. Dobra (20,000 Reis), 1851. Ohv. PETRUS II.D.G. 

IMP. - ET PERP.BRAS.DEF. Bust, in admiral's uni- 
form, with collar of the Golden Fleece, to left; below, 
1851 . Bev. Arms of Brazil; above, in straight line, in 
HOC s. - vinces. Edge, reeded. 30 mm.; wt., 275 
grs. 

82. Dobra (20,000 Reis), 1852. Ohv. Inscription as No. 81, 

but in larger letters; nude bust, with heavy beard, to 
left; below, 1852. Bev. Arms of Brazil; above, in 
HOC SI + - + GNO vinces, in curved line. Edge, 
reeded. 30 mm. 

83. Dobra (20,000 Reis), 1867. Similar to No. 82, except date. 

84. Meia dobra (5,000 Reis), 1858. Legends and types similar 

to No. 82. Edge, reeded. 23 mm.; wt., 138 grs. 

SILVER. 

85. 3 Cnizados (1,200 Reis), 1834. Ohv. PETRUS.II.D.G. 

CONST.IMP.ET.PERP.BRAS.DEF. Within a laurel 
wreath, 1200; below, 1834. Bev. Arms of Brazil; 
above, in hoc s. - vinces. Edge, reeded. 38 mm.; 
412 grs. 

86. 3 Cnizados (1,200 Reis), 1837. Similar to No. 85, except 

date. 



87. 2 Milreis (2,000 Reis), 1854. Ohv. Inscription as No. 85; 
within laurel wreath, 2000; below, 1854. Bev. in hoc 
si - - GNO vinces. Arms of Brazil. Reeded edge. 
37 mm.; 393 grs. 



304 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

88. 2 Milreis (2,000 Eeis), 1868. Ohv. PETRUS II D.G.C. 

IMP. ET PERP.BRAS.DEF. Nude bust to left; 
below, • 1868 •. Rem. Arms of Brazil; below, 2000 
REIS. 37 mm. 

89. 2 Milreis (2,000 Eeis), 1888. Oh). Similar to No. 88. 

Rev. D EC R ETO -DEI 870. Arms of Brazil ; below, 
2000 REIS. 37 mm. 



90. 2 Cmzados (800 Eeis), 1838. Ohv. Inscription similar to 
No. 85; within laurel wreath, 8CXD; below, 1838. R&o. 
IN HOC 8. - viNCES. Reeded edge. 32 mm. 



91. Mih:eis,1851. 6>Jv.PETRUS II.D.G.CONST.IMP.PERP. 

BRAS.DEF. Within a laurel wreath, 1000; below, 
1851. Reo. Arms of Brazil; above, in straight line, 
IN HOC s. - VINCES. Edge, reeded. 

92. Milreis, 1864. Similar to No. 91, but the branches of 

coffee and tobacco at sides of the shield of arms are 
smaller, and the motto, in hoc si - - gno vinces, is in 
curved line. 

93. Milreis, 1865. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

94. Milreis, 1866. Similar to No. 92, except date. 
96. Milreis, 1869. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

96. Milreis, 1861. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

97. Milreis, 1866. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

98. Milreis, 1876. Ohv. Similar to No. 92. Rev. decreto 

- DE 1870. Arms of Brazil; below, 10(X) REIS. 
30 mm. 



99. Cmzado, 1837. Similar to No. 90, but reading 400 within 
the wreath, on obverse. Reeded edge. 28 mm. 



100. 600 Eeis, 1852. Similar to No. 91, but reading 500 within 
the wreath, on the obverse. 26 mm. 



CATAIiOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 305 

101. 600 Reis, 1854. Similar to No. 100, except date. 

102. 500 Reis, 1861. Similar to No. 100, except date. 

103. 500 Reis, 1866. Similar to No. 100, except date. 

104. 500 Reis, 1868. Similar to No. 88, but reading 500 RE I S 

below the arms on reverse. 25 mm. 



105. Half cruzado, 1837. Similar to No. 86, but 200 within 

the wreath on the reverse. Eeeded edge. 23 mm. 

106. Half cruzado, 1864. Similar to No. 92, but reading 200 

within the wreath on obverse. Edge, reeded; 19.5 
mm; wt., 39 grs. 

107. Half cruzado, 1862. Similar to No. 92, except date. 

108. Half cruzado, 1867. Similar to No. 88, but reading 200 

REIS below arms on reverse. 19.5 mm; wt., 39 grs. 



109. 100 Reis, 1837. Legends and types similar to No. 88, but 

reading 1 00 within the wreath on obverse. 19 mm. 

110. 100 Reis, 1846. Similar to No. 109, except date. 

NICKEL. 

111-112. 200 Reis, 1871. Ohv. IMPERIO DO BRAZIL. 
Arms of Brazil; below, •1871*. R&13. DECRETO 
NO 1817. DE 3 DE SETEMBRO 1870. Within a 
circle, 200 | REIS. Edge, plain. 32 mm. 

113. 200 Reis, 1884. Similar to No. Ill, except date. 



114. 100 Reis, 1871. Legends and types similar to No. Ill, 
but reading 100 | REIS on reverse. 27 mm. 

116. 100 Reis, 1884. Similar to No. 114, except date. 

116. 100 Reis, 1888. Similar to No. 114, except date. 



117. 50 Reis, 1886. Legends and types similar to No. Ill, 
but reading 50 | REIS on a field sable within a beaded 
circle. 22 mm. 

1666°— 12— 20 



306 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

BRONZE. 

118. SOReis, 1832. PETRUS. II. D. G. CONST. IMP. ET. 

PERP. BRAS. DEF. Within a laurel wreath, 80; be- 
low, + 1 832 R +. Rem. in. hoc. signo. vinces. The 
arms of Brazil. Edge, central reeding. 40 mm. 

119. 80 Eeis, 1832. Similar to No. 118, Jbut countermarked 

40 over the 80. 

120. 80Reis, 1832. As No. 118, but countermarked M | X*X 

on obverse. 41 mm. 



121. 40 Eeis, 1823. Legends and types similar to No. 118, 

but with value, 40, on obverse. 36 mm. 

122. 40 Eels, 1824. Similar to No. 121, except date. 35 mm. 

123. 40 Eeis, 1824. As last, but countermarked 20 over 

the 40. 

124. 40 Eeis, 1826. Similar to No. 121, except date. 

125. 40 Eeis, 1826. As last, but countermarked 20 over 40. 

126. 40 Eeis, 1827. Similar to No. 121, countermarked 20 

over 40. 36 mm. 

127. 40 Eeis, 1829. Similar to No. 121, except date. 

128. 40 Eeis, 1830. Similar to No. 121, except date. 

129. 40 Eeis, 1828. (C). Legends and types similar to No. 

118, but reading * 1 828 C * beneath the wreath on 
obverse. 29 mm. 

130. 40 Eeis, 1828. As last, but countermarked 1 over the 40. 

131. 40 Eeis, 1827. (G). Legends and types similar to No. 

118, but reading * 1827 G * beneath the wreath on 
obverse. 30 mm. 

132.40 Eeis, 1874. Ohv. PETRUS II D.G.IMP. - ET 
PERP. BRAS. DEF. Nude bust, bearded, to right; 
below, 1873 between a globe and a cross. R&d. Arms 
of Brazil, crowned; twenty stars round the globe; in 
field, 40 - Rs. Edge, plain. 30 mm. Struck at 
Brussels. 

133. 40 Eeis, 1876. Similar to No. 132, except date. 



m 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 307 



134. 20 Reis, 1868. Legends and types similar to No. 132, 

but reading 20 - R^ on reverse. 25 mm. 

135. 20 Reis, 1869. Similar to No. 134, except date. 



THE UNITED STATES OF BRAZIL, 1889. 

SILVER. 

136. Doismilreis, 1891. Ohv. REPUBLICA DOS ESTADOS 

UNIDOSDO BRAZIL. Laureated head of liberty to 
left; below, • 1891 •. Bev. ORDEM E PROGESSO. 
Between laurel and oak branches, on a field azure, the 
Southern Cross within a circle surrounded by 21 stars; 
above, a star; below, DOIS MILREIS. Edge, reeded. 
3Tmm.; 393.5 grs. 

137. Dois milreis, 1906. Obv. Inscription as No. 136; bust of 

Liberty, with Phrygian cap, laureate, to left; below, 
* 1906 •. Bev. ORDEM E PROGRESSO; in the 
field, 2000 I REIS; below, • XX GRAMMAS •. 
Edge, reeded. 33 mm. 

138. Dois milreis, 1907. Similar to No. 137, except date. 



139. Milreis, 1889. Ohv. REPUBLICA DOS ESTADOS DO 

B R AZ I L. Draped bust of Liberty, with Phrj^gian cap, 
to left; below, • 1889 •. Bev. ORDEM E PRO- 
GRESSO. On a field azure, the Southern Cross, within 
a circle, surrounded by 21 stars; below, * 1000 
REIS*. Edge, reeded. 30 mm. 

140. Milreis, 1906. Legends and types similar to No. 137, but 

reading 1000 | REIS in field on reverse; and below the 
arms, * X GRAMMAS *. Edge, reeded. 26 mm. 

141. Milreis, 1907. Similar to No. 140, except date. 



142. 600 Reis, 1889. Legends and types similar to No. 139, 
but reading 500 REIS on reverse. 25 mm. 



308 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. " 

143. 500 Eeis, 1906. Legends and types similar to No. 137, 

but reading 500 | REIS, and • V GRAMMAS * on 
reverse. 22 mm. 

144. 600 Eels, 1907. Similar to No. 143, except date. 

NICKEL. 

145. 400 Reis, 1901. Oh). Draped bust of Liberty, with fillet 

inscribed LIBERT.; around 21 stars. Rev. REPUBLICA 
DOS ESTADOS UN IDOS DO- BRAZIL. The arms 
of Brazil; to left, an olive branch; beneath, mcmi; 
above, in field, 400 | reis. Edge, plain. 30 mm. 



146. 200 Eeis, 1889. Oh). REPUBLICA DOS ESTADOS 

UN IDOS DO BRAZIL. On a field azure, the south- 
ern cross within a circle, surrounded by 21 stars; below, 
• 1889*. Bev. ORDEM E PROGRESSO. On a 
reticulated (sable) field, 200 | REIS; below, • 15 DE 
N V E M B RO D E 1 889 • . Edge, plain. 32 mm. 

147. 200 Reis, 1900. Legends and types similar to No. 145, 

but reading 200 | reis | in the field on reverse. 25 mm. 



148. 100 Reis, 1889. Legends and types similar to No. 146, 

but reading 200 | reis | on reverse. 27 mm. 

149. 100 Reis, 1900. Legends and types similar to No. 145, 

but reading 100 | reis | in the field on reverse. 

BRONZE. 

160. 40 Reis, 1889. Oh). Similar to No. 146. Bev. A ECO- 

NOMIA FAZ A PROSPERIDADE •. Within a 
beaded circle, 40 | reis. 30 mm. 

161. 40 Reis, 1900. Similar to No. 150, except date. 

182. 20 Reis, 1889. Ohv. Inscription as on No. 146; arms of 
the Republic; below, • 1889 •. Bev. VINTEM 
POUPADO. VINTEM GANHO *. Within a beaded 
circle, on a field azure, 20 | reis. Plain edge. 25i mm. 

153. 20 Reis, 1904. Similar to No. 152, except date. 



THE WEST .INDIES. 
EAYTI. 



When the island of Hayti became independent of France in 1804, it fell 
into three warring communities with governments occupying the north- 
western, the southwestern, and the eastern sections. In 1822 the entire 
island was united under the presidency of Jean Pierre Boyer; but in 1843 
the territory was again divided into the present Republics of Hayti and 
Santo Domingo. 

The coinage of the northern Republic, first issued in 1807, under the 
presidency of Henri Christophe, consisted of Escalins of 15 Sols and Half 
escalins, with a standing figure of Liberty and the inscription MONNOIE 
D' HAITI on the obverse, and on reverse a crowned shield bearing the 
initials HC of the President. In 1812 Christophe assumed the title of 
King, and as Henry I issued coins bearing his bust and the newly con- 
trived arms of the Kingdom. Several patterns, especially of the silver 
Gourde, were made for this series (PI. XV, 5) . 

The coinage of the mulatto Republic in the south of the island began in 
the Presidency of Alexander Petion (1807-1819) and consisted of 25, 12, 
and 6 Centime pieces. On the obverse of these coins is found a trophy of 
military arms, and on the reverse the date of independence as an xi, 
but more often with Arabian numerals, within a serpent circle. In 1817 
the portrait of Petion appeared on the coins, as later did also that of his 
successor Boyer, who by 1822 had become recognized as President of the 
whole island. For on the latter date San Domingo, which had been taken 
by the English in 1809 and later ceded to Spain, again secured independ- 
ence and joined the Republic in the West. 

The coins issued by this Republic of a united Hayti have on the reverse 
the consular fasces and the legend LIBERTE EGALITE. In 1843 the 
island was again split up into two Republics of Hayti and of San Domingo. 

The Republic of Hayti. — This Republic was proclaimed an empire in 
1849 by the President Faustin Soulouque, who with the title of Faustin I 
held sway until 1858, when the republican title of president was restored 
by Geffrard. Copper coins of the value of 6, 2, and 1 Centimes (No. 42) 
were struck by the titular Emperor Faustin and bear his portrait, as do 
also the coins issued in the presidency of Geffrard and Nord Alexis. A 
monetary law of 1880 provided for a coinage of gold and silver with a unit 
called a Gourde. No gold coins have been struck, but the silver Gourde, 
which is equivalent to the 5-franc piece of the Latin Union, and its divi- 
sions, were issued in 1881 (No. 49 ff.). 

309 



310 CATALiOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

Santo Domingo. — ^The first coina issaed by Santo Domingo were small 
CuarttUa8 bearing simply the name of the country on the one side and on 
the other the value, 1/4, and the date. The law of 1889 estabUshed a mone- 
tary system with a silver Dominicano as the unit. The silver coinage of 
1891 was based on the standard of the Latin Union. In 1901 Santo 
Domingo adopted the gold standard of the United States. 



THE NORTHERN REPUBUC. 

Henri Christophe, President, 1807-18 H. 

1-3. AE. Escalin, 1807. Ohv. LI BERT AS RELIGIO 
MORES. A shield with h c (Henri Christophe) in 
monogram, within an olive wreath. Bev. MON- 
NOIE - D'HAYTI. Liberty, holding liberty 
pole surmounted with cap in right hand and bundle of 
fasces in left, standing facing; at sides 15 - sols. 
19 mm. 

4. AE. Escalin, 1808. Similar to No. 1, except date. 

5. AE. Centime, 1807. Olv. HEN Rl CHRISTOPHE PRESI- 

DENT. Facing bust of Christophe with hat; below, 
1807. Beo, LEGOUVERNMENTDE HAYTI.* In 
the field, une | centieme. 26 mm. 

Henri Christophe, King, A. D. 181'2-18W. 

6. AE. Gourde, 1812. Pattern. 6>^. HEN RICUS DEI GRA- 

TIA HAITI REX. Laureated bust to right; below, 
ESSAY. Rec, DEUS CAUSA ATQUE GLADIUS 
MEUS. Within a broad band inscribed ex ciner- 
IBUS NASCITUR*, a shield azure charged with a 
phoenix rising from flames; the whole crowned; below, 
1812. 29 mm. 

7. AE. Gonrdin, year X (1813). Ohv. REPUBLIQUE 

D'HAYTI. Within serpent circle, 25 c. ; below, *an 
10. Reo. A palm tree, surmounted by a liberty cap, 
in front of a trophy of military arms: two cannons, 
four muskets, four flags, all crossed. 22 mm. 

8. AR. Gonrdin, year XII (1815). Similar to No. 7, but dated 

*AN 12. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 311 

9. AR. Gourdin, year XIII (1816). Similar to No. 7, but dated 

*AN 13. 

10. AR. Gourdin, 1814. Similar to No. 7, except date. 

11. AR. Real, year XI of Independence (1814). Ohv. REPU- 

BLIQUE D'HAYTI. Within serpent circle, 12 c; be- 
low, *AN XI*. Rev. Tree with liberty cap at top, 
in front of a trophy of two cannons and flags. 16 mm. 



12. AR. Double gourde, 1820. Ohv. HENRICUS DEI 
GRATIA HAITI REX. Laureated bust to right, with 
mantleover cuirass; beneath, 1820. Bev. Inscription 
and arms as No. 6, with h, crowned, to left and L- M 
in ligature, crowned, to right of shield; below, l'an 17. 
Edge, plain. 37 mm. PI. XV, 5. 

MULATTO REPUBLIC. 

Alexandre Fetion, A. D. 1807-1818. 

13-15. AR. Gourdins, year XIV of Independence (1817). Ohv. 
A. PETION - PRESIDENT. Bust to left; below, 
AN 14. Rev. REPUBLIQUE D'HAYTI; type similar 
to No. 8; below, ■Ar25*c*. 20 mm. 

16-17. AR. Escalins, year XIV. Similar to No. 13 with ^12 
*c* in exergue on reverse. 

UNITED HATTI. 

Jean Pierre Boyer, President, 1818-1820, 1822-18^3, 

18-19. AR. Gourdins, year XV (1818). Ohv. J.P.BOYER - 
PRESIDENT. Bust to left; beneath, an 15. Rev. 
Similar to No. 13. 

20-23. AR. Gourdins, year 24 (1827). Ohv. Similar to No. 18. 
^(^^. REPUBLIQUE - D'HAYTI •; arms as No. 7; 
beneath arms, 25 *c. 

24. AR. Gourdin, year 25. Similar to No. 18. 



312 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

26. AR. Medio real, year XV. Similar to No. 18, but reading 
6.C. on reverse. 13 mm. 

26. AE. Escalin, year XXIV. Similar to No. 20, but with 

12.C. below arms on reverse. 

27. AE. Pattern half gourde, year 25 (1828). Similar to No. 18 

with 50*c. * on reverse. 

28. AE. Half gourde, year 25. Similar to No. 27. 



29. AE. Gourde, year 26 (1829). Ohv. Similar to No. 18. Rev. 
A palm tree surmounted by a liberty cap, in front of a 
trophy of two cannon, eight spears, muskets, and flags; 
below, 100 o. Edge, reeded. 31 mm. 

30-31. AE. Gourdes, year 27 (1830). Similar to No. 29. 

32. AE. Half gourde, year XXIX (1832). Similar to No. 29 

with a trophy of only five pairs of small arms, and two 
cannon; below, 50. c. Edge, reeded. 26 mm. 

33. AE. Gourde, year 30 (1833). Similar to No. 29, except 

date. 

34. AE. 2 Centimes, year 27. Olv.UBLRJZ EGALITE. 

Consular fasces with ax; in field, 2 - c; below, 
AN 27. ^^y. REPUBLIQUE - D'HAYTI. Within 
palm wreath, deux | centimes | 1831. 25 mm. 

35. AE. 2 Centimes, year XXXVIII (1841). Similar to No. 34. 

36. AE. Centime, year XXIX (1832). Similar to No. 34, but 

reading UN | centime | 1832 | on reverse. 

37. AE. Centime, year XXXI (1834). Similar to No. 35. 



THE REPUBLIC OF HAYTI, AFTER 1843. 

38. AE. 6 Centimes, year XLIII (1846) . Similar to No. 34, but 

with SIX I CENTIMES | 1846 on Tcverse. 35 mm. 

39. AE. 2 Centimes, year XIIII. Similar to No. 34. 
40-41. AE. Centime, year XLIII. Similar to No. 35. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 313 

Faustvn 1, Emperor^ A. D. 181^-1858. 

42. AE. 6 Centimes, 1850. Obv. FAUSTIN I^R. - EMPE- 

REUR D'HAYTI. Crowned bust, draped, to left; 
below, 1850. Beo. LIBERT^ IND^PENDANCE. 
Crowned shield of arms, with supporters; below, six 
CENTIMES UN QUART. Plain edge. 83 mm. 

43. AE. 2 Centimes, 1860. Ohv. LIBERTE INDEPEN- 

DANCE. Crowned shield of arms, with supporters. 
R&v. EMPIRE D'HAYTI. Value, deux | centimes] 
1850 I within palm wreath. 

44. AE. Centime, 1850. Similar to No. 43, but with un | cen- 

time I 1850 I within wreath on reverse. 22 mm. 

Nicole Fdbre Geffra/rd, President, A. D. 1858-1867. 

45. AR. Gourde, 1882. Ohv. REPUBLIQUE*D'HAITI AN 

79. Head of Liberty to right; below, 900. M I LL.1 882. 
25 GRAM. Rev. LIBERTE EGALITE FRATER- 
N ITE. Arms of Hayti; beneath on a scroll, union fait 
LA FORCE ; below, 1 GOURDE. Edge, reeded. 38 mm. 

46. AR. Half gourde, 1882. Similar to No. 45, but reading 50 

cent^^. on reverse. 

47. AR. Half gourde, 1887. Similar to No. 46 except date. 

48. AE. Double decime, 1863. Ohv. GEFFRARD PRESI- 

DENT. Head to left, within beaded circle; below, 
1863. j?^«. REPUBLIQUE D'HAITI. Armsof Hayti; 
below, viNGT centimes. 28 mm. 

49. AE. Decime, 1863. Similar to No. 48, but reading dix 

centimes * below arms on reverse. 22 mm. 

50. AE. Sou, 1863. Similar to No. 48, but reading cinq cen- 

times, below arms, on reverse. 

51. AE. Double decime, 1877. Ohv. REPUBLIQUE D'HAT- 

T I . Head of Mercury, with winged petasus, to left, 
within beaded circle; beneath, essai; below, *1877*. 
Eev. • LIBERTE * EGALITE •. Within a beaded 
circle, 20 | centimes | ; beneath, sword and olive branch 
in saltire; below, hb — Human mask — c.t. 31 mm. 



314 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

62. AE. Double decime, 1881. Similar to No. 45, but reading 

20 CENT^. on reverse. 29 mm. 

63. AE. Decime, 1881. Similar to No. 45, but reading 10 

CENT^^. on reverse. 

54. AE. Decime, 1887. Similar to No. 53. 

66. AE. Centime, 1881. Similar to No. 45, but reading l 

CENTIME, on reverse. 

Gen. Nord Alexis., President, A. D. 190^. 

56. N. 60 Centimes, 1907. Olv. REPUBLIQUE - D'HAU 
Tl. Bust to left; below, 1907. ^^v. LIBERIE. EGA- 
LITE. FRATERN ITE. Arms of Hayti; below, 50. 
Edge, plain. 29 mm. 

67. N. 20 Centimes, 1907. Similar to No. 66, but with 20 

below arms on reverse. Edge, plain. 27 mm. 

68. N. 10 Centimes, 1907. Similar to No. 56, but with 10 be- 

low arms on reverse. Edge, plain. 23 mm. 

EEPUBIIC OF SAN DOMINGO. 

1. AE. Cnartilla, undated. Necessity piece. Ohv. Monogram, 
F 7 (Ferdinand VII), crowned. Rev- S.D. and 1/4 
beneath, within a laurel wreath. Size, 24 mm. 

2-4. AE. Cuartilla, 1848. Olv. REPUBLICA DOMINI- 
CAN A. Plain field within circle. Rev. Value, 1/4, 
within a circle; below, 1848, on wide border. Size, 
24 mm. 



5. N. 6Centavos, 1877. Ohv. REPUBLICA DOMINICAN A. 

Open book; below, 1877. Rev. 5 | centavos | within 
laurel wreath. 

6. N. 2-1/2 Centavos, 1877. Ohv. A cross within a wreath. 

Rev. REPUBLICA DOMINICANA. In field, 2-1/2 | 
centavos; below, 1877. 16 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 315 

7. Brass. Centavo, 1877. Olv. REPUBICA DOMINICAN A. 

Date, 1 877, in field. Rev. Within laurel wreath, un | 
CENTAVO. 20 mm. 

8. AE. 2 Centavos, 1878. OJv. REPUBLICA DOM I N ICANA. 

Shield of arms over palm and olive branches, crossed; 
the whole within circle of dots. i?^. DIOS PATRIA 
LIBERTAD. Within a circle of dots, 2 | centavos | 
with palm and olive branches, crossed, below. 30 mm. 

9. AE. Centavo, 1878. Similar to No. 8, but reading un | 

CENTAVO. 25 mm. 



10. N. 1-1/4 Centavo, 1882. OU. REPUBLICA DOMINI- 

CAN A. Shield; below, 1882. ^ev.lM I centavos* | 
within laurel wreath. 16 mm. 

11. N. 2-1/2 Centavos, 1888. Similar to No. 10, but reading 



12. AR. 5 Francs, 1891. Obv. Head of Liberty to left, with 

feather bonnet, on band of which, libertad; wears 
large circular earrings and a necklace; around, 1891. 
CINCO FRANCOS; below, tasset. Rev. REPU- 
BLICA . DOM I N ICANA. Shield of arms, within a 
wreath of palm and laurel branches joined by a ribbon 
inscribed dios-libertad-patria; below, *GRAM. 
25*LEI.900*. Edge, reeded. 38mm. 

13. AH. Franco, 1891. Similar to No. 12, but reading UNO 

FRANCO on obverse and •GRAM.5*LEI.835* on 
reverse. 23 mm. 

14r-16. AR. Half franc, 1891. Similar to No. 12, but reading 
50 CENTESIMOS DE FRANCO on obverse, and 
onreverse, •GRAM.23^*LEI 835. 18mm. 



THE BEITISH POSSESSIONS. 

Great Britain has never provided her possessions in the Antilles with a 
coinage of any importance. In 1822 the Government of George IV author- 
ized the coinage of a Half-dollar, Quarter, an Eighth, and Sixteenth of a 
Dollar; and in the reign of William IV copper Threepenny and Three half- 
penny pieces were struck for these islands. Both the earlier and the later of 
these coins bear the bustof the monarch. But thecurrency of theislandshas 
always been largely composed of coins of various western countries, chiefly 
Spanish dollars, and a large quantity of cut and countermarked pieces. 
Excellent specimens of these necessity pieces are those of St. Lucia (PI. 
XV, 7), of Tortola (PI. XV, 6), and the countermarked Cayenne Sous of 
St. Kitts and Tobago. 

Among the early coins and tokens that found currency in these islands 
specially interesting are those of the Sommer Islands, now known as Ber- 
muda. They are copper pieces ranging in value from the Shilling down to 
the Twopence, and have for types a hog, and a ship under sail. Since the 
Sommer Islands once belonged to the Virginia Company American numis- 
matists have generally felt inclined to assimilate the coins struck for them 
to the American colonial series, and thus Mr. Crosby treats them in his 
excellent work on "The Early Coins of America." But to associate them 
so closely with the early currency of the English colonies of North America 
is somewhat misleading and not warranted by a possible plea of conven- 
ience inasmuch as the series may be more appropriately grouped with those 
of the West Indies. 

The first special coinage for Jamaica consisted of Threepenny and Three 
halfpenny pieces in silver, and first issued in 1834. But there was no con- 
tinuous coinage of these pieces, and many years elapsed between issues, 
which were few. In 1869 there was a coinage of nickel in the denomina- 
tions of the Penny and Halfpenny to take the place of the bronze, because 
of the aversion of the colored population to the latter metal. The nickel 
Three-farthing piece was added to the series in 1880. 

BAHAMA ISIjANDS. 

1-2. AE. Halfpennies, 1806. Proof pieces. 6>5v. GEORGIUS 
III. D. G. REX. Laureated bust to right; belov7, 
1806. Rev. BAHAMA. A three-masted ship, an is- 
land in distance, and two small ships near by, in exergue, 

EXPULSIS PIKATIS ] KESTITUTA | COMMERCIA. Edge, 

centrally hatched. 29 mm. 
316 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 317 
BARBADOES. 

3. AE. Penny, 1788. Ohv. Crowned bust of a negro to left; 

below, I. SERVE. Rev. BARBADOES PENNY. 
A pine-apple; beneath, 1788. 32 mm. 

4. AE. Halfpenny, 1792. Ohv. Similar to No. 3. R&d. BAR- 

BADOES HALFPENNY. George III, crowned and 
holding trident in right hand, seated in Hippocamp 
car, moving to left; in exergue, 1 792. 25 mm. 

BERMUDA (formerly Sommer Islands^ 

5. AE. Shilling, undated. Ohv. * SO MMER* ISLANDS. 

A wild boar standing to left; above, mark of value, 
X M . Rev. Three-masted ship, sailing to right. 
31 mm. 

6. AE. Sixpence, undated. Similar to No. 5, but with V I as 

mark of value above back of boar. 26 mm. 

7. AE. Twopence, undated. Ohv. Wild boar, standing to left, 

within beaded circle; over his back mark of value, II; 
beneath his head, a star, and another star between front 
and hind legs. Rev. As No. 5. 18 mm. 

8-9. AE. Halfpennies, 1793. Ohv. GEORGIUS III D. G. 
REX. Laureated bust to right. Rev. BERMUDA. 
A ship sailing to right; 'in exergue. 1 793. 31 mm. 

JAMAICA. 

10. AR. Necessity piece. A Mexican Peso of 1758, counter- 

marked G. R. (Georgius Rex) on both sides. 

11. N. Penny, 1871. Ohv. VICTORIA QUEEN. Coroneted 

bust to left, within beaded circle; below, 1870. Rem. 
JAMAICA •ONE PENNY.* Within beaded circle, 
shield of arms, with crocodile above; beneath, on a 
scroll, INDUS - UTERQUE CO SERVIET - UNI. 
25 mm. 

12. N. Penny, 1880. Similar to No. 11, except date. 

13. Penny, 1884. Similar to No. 11, except date. 

14. N. Halfpenny, 1870 Similar to No. 11, but reading JA- 

MAICA HALFPENNY, on reverse. 30mm. 



318 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

16. N. Halfpenny, 1871. Similar to No. 14. 25 mm. 

16. N. Halfpenny, 1882. Similar to No. 14, except date. 

17. M". Halfpenny, 1884. Similar to No. 14, except date. 

18. N. Farthing, 1882. Similar to No. 11, but reading JA- 

MAICA FARTHING, on reverse. 20mm. 

19. N. Farthing, 1887. Similar to No. 18, except date. 

Edward VIL 

20. Penny, 1903. Oh). EDWARD VII KING AND EM- 

PEROR. Crowned bust to right. Bev. Similar to 
No. 12, except date. 

21. N. Halfpenny, 1903. Similar to No. 20, but reading JA- 

MAICA - HALF PENNY on reverse. 

22. N. Farthing, 1903. Similar to No. 20, but reading JA- 

MAICA - FARTHING on reverse. 

ST. LUCIA. 

23. AR. 1810. Necessity piece struck during the English oc- 

cupation of 1810. Middle segment of a Mexican Peso 
of 1798 stamped S.LUCIA in a long incused depression. 
232.5 grs. PI. XV, 7. 

24. N. Token, 1886. Ohv. CENTRAL SANTA LUCIA - GI- 

B A R A . Palm tree within a beaded circle. Bev. VALE 
POR MEDIO RACION. Within a circle of dots, 
S L R. in monogram; below, 1886. 17 mm. 

ST. CHRISTOPHER ISLAND (ST. KITT8). 

25. AE. Necessity piece. A Cayenne Sou stamped with S.K., 

incuse. 

TOBAGO. 

26. AE. Necessity piece. A peseta of Charles III, struck at 

City of Mexico, stamped with letter T, incuse. 

27. AB. Necessity piece. Cayenne Sou, stamped on reverse 

with T. 

28. AE. Necessity piece. Cayenne Sou, stamped on reverse 

with T. B. 
0. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 319 

29. AE. Necessity piece. Cayenne Sou of Louis XV, stamped 

on each side with T. B. 
O. 

30. AE. Necessity piece. Cayenne Sou of Louis XV, stamped 

on obverse with T. B. 
O. 

TORTOLA. 

31. AE. Necessity piece. Nearly half of a Spanish- American 

Peso, struck at Lima, with TORTOLA in deep incused 
depression on obverse. Wt., 301.5 grs.; PI. XV, 6. 

32. AE. Necessity piece. About one-third of a Mexican Peso, 

dated ///8 (?), stamped with TORTOLA incuse on re- 
verse. Wt., 165.5 grs, 

33. AE. Necessity piece. One-eighth of a Toston, with one 

side smoothed off and the other stamped as No. 32. 
Wt., 51.5 grs. 



THE FEENCH POSSESSIONS. 

The French colonies in the West Indies have, from the first years of 
their existence, shared the usual experience of the colonies of other Euro- 
pean countries in America, except the Spanish, in suffering from a chronic 
scarcity of money. Kepeated but generally futile efforts were made from 
time to time, first by a private company, then by the Government, to 
remedy the diflBculty. The short life of the French East India Company 
(1664^677) accounts for the results of its well-planned colonial coinage, 
which consisted of silver and copper. In 1716 the Government undertook 
to provide a suitable currency for the American colonies, which was fol- 
lowed in 1721 by a second colonial coinage of a general nature. The types 
of the latter consisted of two L's in saltire and on the reverse COLONIES | 
FRANCOISES. More especially for the Antilles were the silver coins of 
12 and 6 Sols value, struck in 1731-2, though they bear the designation 
ISLES DU VENT. The obverse of these coins bears the portrait bust of 
the King. 

Again in 1767 copper Sous were issued by the French Government for 
her American colonies, which later were current in Guadeloupe, but gen- 
erally countermarked R F. The countermarked necessity pieces were a 
large and striking feature of the makeshift currency of Guadeloupe. For 
this purpose the coins of many countries were laid under contribution, in- 
cluding also those of the mother country (Nos. 10 and 11). But Spanish 
silver, especially the Peso, was the chief coin which the countermark con- 
verted into the lawful currency of Guadeloupe. In order to provide pieces 
of lower value the Peso was cut into sections and the sections countermarked. 

In 1897 the mint at Paris struck for Guadeloupe Sons de cause in nickel 
of the denomination of a Franc and \ Franc (No. 15). The types of this 
interesting token coinage are, on obverse, a fine Indian head and on reverse 
a tree. 

FRENCH COIjOKXBS TS OENERAIj. 

1. AE. Son, 1721. Ohv. SIT NOMEN DOMINI DENE- 

DICTUM. Two L's in saltire, crowned. Bev. colo- 
nies I FRANCOISES | 1721 | H | . (Mint of La Rochelle). 

2. AE. Sou, 1722. Similar to No. 1, except date. 

Charles X. 

3. AE. Double sou, 1825. Ohv. CHARLES X ROI - DE 

FRANCE. Laureated bust 1. ^^. COLONIES - 
FRANCAISES. Within a wreath, lo cent; below, 
1825. Edge, oblique central hatching. 31 mm, 
320 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 321 

4. AE. Sou, 1828. Similar to No. 3, but reading 5 | cent | on 

reverse. 

WINDWARD ISIiANDS. 

Lmiis XV, A. D. 17 15-177 1^. 

5. AR. livre, 1731. Oh). LVD.XV.D.G.FR.ET NAV.REX. 

Laureated bust to right; beneath, h. (Mint of La 
Rochelle). Rev. ISLES | DU 1 VENT, the last word 
between two tendrils springing from a lily ; below, 1731. 
20 mm. 

6. AR. 1/2 livre, 1731. Similar to No. 5, except size, which 

is 18 mm. 

7. AR. 1/2 livre, 1732. Similar to No. 6, except date. 

GTTADALOUPE. 

8. AE. Double sou, 1767. Ohv. COLONIES | FRANCOISES. 

Two scepters in saltire, separating L - XV. Rev. 
SIT NOMEN DOMINI BENEDICTUM. Stamped 
on shield within a wreath, r f (R^publique Franpaise). 

22 mm. 

9. AR. Necessity piece. A Mexican Real of Philip V, with a 

heart-shaped piece cut out. 

10. AR. Necessity piece. 1/4 Ecu Aux Lauriers, R (Saint- 

Andre) mint, of Louis XVI, 1786, of France, counter- 
marked on bust with G, crowned, incuse. 

11. AR. Necessity piece. 1/5 Ecu Aux Lauriers, of Louis 

XVI of France, dated 1782, countermarked on bust 
with G, crowned. Mint-mark A (Paris). 

12. AR. Necessity piece. Dixieme D'Ecu Aux Lauriers, 

Louis XV, of France, dated 1729, countermarked on 
bust with a crowned G. 

13. AR. Necessity piece. A Spanish Peso of Charles IV, 

struck at Mexico City, 1801, from the center of which 
an octagonal piece has been cut, the remainder having 
the value of 8 Escalins. 

14. AE. Necessity piece. A One-cent piece of the United 

States, dated 1811, countermarked on reverse with a 
heart-shaped device, incuse. 

1666°— 12 21 



322 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

16. BT. Franc, 1903. 6>k'. REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE. An 
Indian head, with feathers in hair, to left; below, GUA- 
DELOUPE ET DEPENDANCES. ^^'y. A palm tree; 
above, BON POUR | 1 F(ranc); below, CONTRE- 
VALEURDEPOSEEAU TRESOR; thedatel9 - 03 
is divided by the stem of the tree. 26 mm. 

16. N. 1/2 Franc, 1903. Similar to No. 15, but reading BON 
POUR I 50 C^^s I on reverse, above palm tree. 22 
mm. 



THE DANISH POSSESSIONS. 

As early as 1740 the Danish Government established a special coinage 
for its West Indian possessions, which consist of the islands of St. John, 
St. Thomas, and St. Croix, and there has been no very long interruption 
of this coinage since its inception. The first coins issued by Christian VI 
were Skillings and its multiples in copper and silver. The types of these 
coins were, on obverse, the royal monogram and on the reverse of the silver, 
a ship under sail, while the copper pieces bear on reverse simply the state- 
ment of their value and the date. These denominations and types con- 
tinued until the reign of Frederick VII (1808-1839), when a crowned shield 
of arms replaced the royal monogram (No. 4) on the new coinage, which 
consisted of a Double real of 20 Skillings, a Real of 10, and a Stuber of 2 
Skillings. On the silver coins which Frederick VII issued for the West 
Indies is found the head of the King, and on the reverse the earlier 
inscription: DANSK AMERICANSK MYNT is superseded by DANSK 
VESTINDSK MONT. 

Frederick V, A. D. 171^6-1766. 

1. AR. 24 Skillings, 1763. Ohv. Royal monogram, crowned; 

around, D . G . DAN . NOR. VAN . GOT. REX. Eei). 
XXMll SKILL. DANSKE AMERICANSK.M. Ship 
sailing to right; beneath, 1 763. 25 mm. 

2. AR. 24 Skillings, 1765. Similar to No. 1, except date. 

28 mm. 

Christian VII, A. D. 1766-1808. 

3. AR. 12 Skillings, 1767. Ohv. C V 1 1 in monogram, crowned; 

around, DAN. NOR.VAN.GOT.REX. Bev. Similar to 
No. 1. 

Frederick VI, A. D. 1808-1839. 

4-5. AR. Double real, 1816. Olv. Crowned shield of arms. 
Rev. XX I SKILLING | DANSK | AMERICANSK] 
MYNT I 1816. Edge, reeded. 21 mm. 

6. AR. Real, 1816. Similar to No. 4, but reading X | SKIL- 

LING I DANSK I AMERICANSK | MYNT | 1816, on 
reverse. 

7. AR. Stnber, 1837. Similar to No. 4, but reading II [ SKIL- 

LING I DANSK. I AMERIK. | MYNT, on reverse. 

323 



324 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

Christian VIII, A. D. 18S9-18Jt8. 

8. AR. Double real, 1848. Similar to No. 4, except date. 

Frederick VII, A. D. 18J^-1863, 

9. AR. 20 Cents, 1859. Olv. FREDERICK VII KONGE 

AF DAN MARK. Head to right; below, 1859, Rev. 
DANSK VESTINDISK MONT. Ship; below, 20 
CENT^. Edge, reeded. 26 mm. 

10. AR. 20 Cents, 1862. Similar to No. 9, except date. 

11. AR. 10 Cents, 1869. Ohv. Similar to No. 9. Bev. In- 

scription similar to No. 9; three stalks of sugar cane; 
below, 10 CENTS. 21 mm. 

12. AR. 10 Cents, 1862. Similar to No. 11, except date. 

13. AR. 6 Cents, 1859. Similar to No. 9, but reading 5 cents 

beneath ship. Edge, reeded. 16 mm. 

14. AR. 3 Cents, 1859. Similar to No. 9, but reading 3 cents 

beneath ship. Edge, reeded. 16 mm. 

16. AE. 1 Cent, 1859. Ohv. FREDERICK VII KONGE 
AF DANMARK. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. 
DANSK VESTINDISK MONT. Within a wreath, 
1 I cent; below, 1859. 21 mm. 

ST. THOMAS. 

16. N. 5 Cent token. Ohv. and R&v. alike, DELVALLE & 

CO. ST. THOMAS. In the field, V c. | MEXIC. 

17. M". 3 Cent token. Similar to No. 16, but reading 3^ | 

MEXIC I in the field. 

18. N. 1 Cent token. Similar to No. 16, but reading 1^ | 

MEXIC I in the field. 



SWEDISH POSSESSIONS. 

ST. BARTHOLEMY. 

1. AE. Necessity piece. A Cayenne Sou, stamped with a 

crowned D on reverse. 

2. AE. Necessity piece. Ca3'enne Sou of Louis XV, counter- 

marked with a crowned D on obverse. 

3. AE. A French bronze piece of 1752(?), countermarked with 

a crowned D. 16 mm. 

4. AE. Similar. 15 mm. 



SPANISH POSSESSIONS. 

CUBA. 



1. AR. Toston, 1789. Necessity piece. Obv. CAROLUS. 
nil. DEI , G RATI A. Laureated bust to right; below, 
1789. Rev. M IGUEL CIRIACO ARANCO. HABANA. 
Three castles; beneath, two keys, in saltire. 28 mm. 



2. AE. Real, undated. Obv. S. MUNICIPIO DE BAYAMO, 
between two circles; within the inner circle, 1 R.; both 
inscription and circles incuse. R&v. Plain, except 
for the traces of the obverse impression. Octagonal. 
30 mm. 



3. AR. Souvenir Peso, 1897. Oh). REPUBLICA DE CUBA. 

Crowned shield of arms within wreath of oak and 
laurel; below, around, 900 ****** FINO. Reo. 
PATRIA Y LIBERTAD. Female head, to right; at 
sides, 18-97; below, souvenir. Edge, reeded. 36 mm. 

MATANZA8. 

4. AR. Proclamation Peseta of Isabella II, 1834. 01m. ELISA- 

BETH. II. HISP. ET IND.REGINA. Crowned shield 
of arms — a castle and a bridge by the sea. Refo. accla- 

MATIO I AVGVSTA | VIII. FEB. | MDCCCXXXIV | MATAN- 

ZAS |. Pierced. 29 mm. 

PORTO RICO. 

Alfonso XIll, A. D. 1886. 

6. AR. Peso, 1895. ^Jij. ALFONSO X ill P. L G. D. D. REY 
C. DE. ESPANA. Headof King as boy, to left; beneath, 
1895. Rev. ISLA DE PUERTO RICO. The arms of 
Spain; beneath, 1 PESO = 5 P^as. Edge, lilies. 

325 



326 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

6. AE. 2 Pesetas, 1896. Similar to No. 5, but reading 40 cen- 

TAVos on the reverse. Edge, reeded. 28 mm. 

7. AR. Peseta, 1896. Similar to No. 6, but reading 20 cen- 

TAVos on the reverse. Edge, reeded. 

8. AR. Half Peseta, 1896. Similar to No. 5, but reading 10 

CENTAVOS on the reverse. 



9. AE. lOCentavos, 1890. Obv. ISLA DE PUERTO- RICO. 

A shield of arms; beneath, *1890*. JRev. Radiant sun; 
above, CIEN PEZAS EN KILOG.; below, • DIEZ 
CENTIMOS •. 30mm. 

10. AE. 6 Centavos, 1896. Ohv. The arms of Spain. Bev. 

ISLA DE PUERTO -RICO. In field, 5 | centavos; 
below, 1896. Edge, reeded. 15 mm. 



DUTCH POSSESSIONS. 

The possessions of Holland in the West Indies consist of a portion of 
the island of St. Martin and the island of Curasao. The early currency 
of St. Martin included a great deal of cut and countermarked Spanish 
Pesos. Similar necessity coins were employed in Curasao, but in 1821-22 a 
special coinage of Reals and Stuivers was issued for the island. 

CURACAO. 

1. AR. Necessity piece. A section of a Mexican Peso stamped 

with a star-shaped device of five arms, incuse. Wt. , 
80 grs. 

2. 1-1/2 Real. Necessity piece. A one-fourth section of a 

Holland Gulden, stamped with the letter C, incuse. 
Wt., 40.5 gvs. 

3. 1-1/2 Real. Similar to No. 2; and possibly from the same 

piece. Wt., 40 grs. 

4. AR. Real, 1821. Ohv. CURACAO. Caduceus and stalk 

of cane, in saltire; below, on border, 1821. Jiev. 
1 I REAL I * I within a wreath of oak and laurel. Edge, 
reeded. 18 mm. 

5. AR. Stuiver, 1822. Ohv. CURACAO; across field, 1822 | — 

I *. Jiev. 1 I — I STUIVER I *. 15 mm. 

ST. MARTINS. 

6. AR. Real. Necessity piece. Portion of a Spanish-Amer- 

ican Peso of Charles III, countermarked s. martin, in- 
cuse; below, bunch of arrows. Wt., 72 grs. PI. 

XV, 8. 

327 



MEDALS 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



329 



I. MEDALS STRUCK BY AUTHORITY OF CONGRESS IN 
RECOGNITION OF DISTINGUISHED SERVICES TO THE 
REPUBLIC. 

A. MEDALS AWARDED TO OFFICERS OF THE ARMY AND NAVY. 

THE ARMY. 

THE WAR OF REVOLUTION. 

[The medals marked with -A- are for sale at the mint at Philadelphia.] 

*1. Gen. George Washington, 1776. Retaking of Boston.. Ohv. 
GEORGIO WASHINGTON SVPREMO DVCI EX- 
ERCITVVM ADSERTORI LIBERTATIS. Nude bust 
to right ; below, comitia Americana. Eev. H ST I B U S 
PRIMOFUGATIS. Washington and his aids, mounted, 
in the field before Boston; in exergue, bostgnium re- 
cuperatum XVII MARTii MDCCLxxvi. AE. 68 mm. 
By Du Yivier. 

*2. Gen. Horatio Gates, 1777. Battle of Saratoga. Obv. 
HORATIO GATES DUCi STRENUO. Bust Uo left; 
below, COMITIA AMERICANA. Rev. SALUSREGIONUM 
SEPTENTRIONAL. The surrender at Saratoga, 
Gates receiving Burgoyne's sword in presence of the 
two opposing armies; in exergue, hoste ad saratogam | 

IN DEDITION . ACCEPTO | DIE XVII. OCT . MDCCLXXII | . 

AE. 56 mm. By Gatteaux. 

• 3. Major Henry Lee, 1779. Ohv. HENRICO LEE LE- 
GION IS EQUIT.PRAEFECTO. Bust to right; be- 
low, COMITIA AMERICANA. Bev. Plain. 45 mm. 

> Where not specified as "nude'' or "draped" the busts on the following described 
medals are to be understood as clad in civilian dress, army or nary uniform, appropriate 
to the status and rank of the subject. 

331 



832 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

*4. Gen. Anthony Wayne, 1779. Battle of Stony Point. Obv. 
ANTONIO WAYNE DUCI EXERCITUS.— COMITIA 
AMERICANA. General Wayne receiving a wreath and 
mural crown from an Indian woman with feather bon- 
net, who represents America; at the feet of the latter, 
a shield of the U. S. and an alligator. Rev. STO N Y- 
POINTEXPUGNATUM. American troops a.ssaulting 
the fort; on river, six ships; in exergue, xv.jul. 
MDCCLxxix. AE. 55 mm. By Gatteaux. 

• 6. Due de Fleury, 1779. Battle of Stony Point. Ohv. 

VIRTUTIS ET AUDACIAE MONUM. ET PRAE- 
MIUM. Armed warrior on fallen rampart wall; in 
exergue de FLEURr EQxnT.GALLO 1 pri^ho super mu- 
Ros I RESP.AMERic D.D. | Rev. AGGERES PALU- 
DES HOSTES VICT I. The fortress of Stony Point 
and seven ships in river; in exergue, stony-pt. expugn ] 
XV.JUL. MDCCLXXIX. 47 mm. By Du Vivier. 

-ArG. Gen. Nathaniel Greene, 1781. Battle of Entaw Springs. 
Ohv. NATHANIEL GREEN EGREGIO DUCI CO- 
MITIA AMERICANA. Bust to left. ^^. SALUS 
REGIONUM AUSTRALIUM. Victory with palm 
branch and wreath lighting on a shield; in exergue, 

HOSTIBUS AD EUTAW | DEBELLATIS DIE VHI SEPT. | 

MDCCLxxxi. 57 mm. By Dupre. 

*7. Gen. Daniel Morgan, 1781. Battle of Cowpens. Oh). 
DANIELI MORGAN DUCI EXERCITUS. An In- 
dian, emblamatic of America, placing a wreath on the 
head of Morgan; in background, trophy of arms and 
flags; below, comitia Americana. Rev. VICTORIA 
LIBERTATIS VINDEX. A battle scene; in exergue, 

FVGATI8 CAPTI8 AVT CAESIS | AD COWPENS HOSTIBVS | 

XVII. JAN. MDCCLXXXI; beneath, dupre inv et f. AE. 
56 mm. 

* 8. ColonelJohn E. Howard, 1781. Battle of Cowpens. Olv. 

JOH. HOWARD LEGIONIS PEDITUM PRAE- 
FECTO. Victory, carrjing a palm branch and a wreath, 
inspiring a mounted officer and standard bearer to the 
charge; below, comitia Americana. Rev. quod | in 

NUTANTEM HOSTIUM ACIEM | SUBITO IRRUANS | PRAE- 
CLARUM BELLICAE VIRTUTIS | SPECIMEN DEDIT | IN 
PUGNA AD COWPENS | XVII JAN. MDCCLXXXI, within a 

wreath of laurel. AE. 47 mm. By du Vivier. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 333 

• 9. Col. William Washington, 1781. Battle of the Cow- 
pens. 6>5v. GULIELMO WASHINGTON LEGIONIS 
EQUIT. PRAEFECTO. A cavalry charge; Victory 
with palm branches and wreath flying above; below, 

COMITIA AMERICANA. Re^. QUOD | PAKVA MILITUM 
MANU I STRENUE PROSECUTUS HOSTE8 | VIRTUTIS IN- 
GENITAE I PRAECLARUM SPECIMEN DEDIT | IN PUGNA AD 

cowpENS I xvn. JAN. MDCCLXxxi. 47 mm. By Du 
Vivier. 

10. Paulding, Williams and Van Wart. For the capture of 
Major Andre. Ohv. A shield within a wreath of palm 
and laurel; above, upon a scroll, fidelity. Rev. amor 
PATRIAE viNciT. Wreath of palm branches. Oval. 
AE. 43 X 58 mm. 



THE WAR OF 1812. 

• 11. Gen. William H. Harrison. Battle of the Thames, 1813. 

OU. MAJOR GENERALWILLIAM H. HARRISON. 
Busttoright. Rev. RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS 
A P R I L 4. 1 81 8. A female in short chiton, holding an 
oval United States shield and a spear in right hand, 
with left placing a crown upon a trophy of arms, from 
which hangs a tablet inscribed, fort | meigs | battle | 

OF THE I THAMES; in CXCrgUC, BATTLE OF THE THAMES j 

OCTOBER 6, 1813. I AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

• 12. Col. George Croghan. Battle of Sandusky, 1813. Ohv. 

PRESENTED BY CONGRESS TO COLONEL 
GEORGE CROGHAN - 1835 -. Bust, in uni- 
form, to right. Rev. View of the storming of the fort 
at Sandusky; above, on a scroll, PARS MAGNA FUIT; 
in exergue, sandusky I 2: august | 1813. | AE. 65 
mm. By Fuerst. 

*13. Gen. Alexander Macomb. Battle of Plattsburg, 1814. 
Ohv. MAJOR GENERAL — ALEXANDER MA- 
COMB. Bust to right. Rev. RESOLUTION OF 
CONGRESS NOVEMBER 3, 1814. View of the 
storming of the enemy's position by land and water; in 
exergue, battle of plattsburg, | sept. 11, 1814. | 
AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 



334 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

it 14. Gen. Winfield S. Scott. Battle of Chippewa and Niagara, 

1814. Ohv. MAJOR GENERAL WINFIELD 

SCOTT. Bust to right, ^e-y. resolution | of | con- 
gress I NOVEMBER 3. 1814 | BATTLES OF CHIPPEWA | 

JULY 5, 1814 I NIAGARA | JULY 25, 1814. | wlthin serpent 
circle entwined with laurel and palm. AE. 65 mm. 
By Fuerst. 

:Arl5. Maj. Oen. Jacob Brown, 1814. Battles of Chippewa, Ni- 
agara, and Erie. Ohv. MAJOR GENERAL JACOB 

BROWN. Bust in military coat, to right. Bev. 
RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS NOVEMBER 3. 
1814. Atrophy of arms built about consular fasces 
crowned with laurel wreath, from which hang shields 
inscribed Niagara, erie, and chippewa; in exergue, 

BATTLES OF | CHIPPEWA, JULY 5, 1814. | NIAGARA 

JULY 25, 1814. I ERIE. SEPT. 17, 1814. AE. 65 mm. By 
Fuerst. 

-A- 16. Gen. James Miller, 1814. Battles of Chippewa, Niagara, 

and Erie. Ohv. BRIGADIER GENL. JAMES 

MILLER. Bust to right; below, i'll try. Jiev. 
RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS NOVEMBER 3. 
1 81 4. Attack upon the battery on the hill, in battle of 
Lundy'sLane; in exergue, battle of chippewa | july 

5, 1814 I NIAGARA, JULY 25, 1814. | ERIE, SEPT. 17, 1814. 

AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

* 17. Gen. Peter B. Porter, 1814. Battles of Chippewa, Niagara, 

and Erie. Ohv. MAJOR GENERAL PETER B. 

PORTER. Bust to right. Hev. RESOLUTION OF 
CONGRESS NOVEMBER 3.1814. History, seated 
upon the ground to left, recording the battles which 
Victory, who stands before her, with palm branches 
and laurel wreath in right hand, announces by means 
of three streamers, inscribed: erie. Niagara, chippe- 
wa. ; in exergue, battles of chippewa. | july 5. 1814. 

I NIAGARA JULY 25. 1814. ] ERIE SEPT. 17. 1814. AE. 

65 mm. By Fuerst. 

*18. Brig. Gen. Eleazer W. Ripley, 1814. Chippewa, Ni- 
agara, and Erie. Ohv. BRIG. GENERAL ELEA- 
ZER W. RIPLEY. Bust to right. Bev. RESOLU- 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 335 

TION OF CONGRESS NOVEMBER 3. 1814. Vic- 
tory attaching to a palm tree a shield inscribed with 
the names of the battles: chippewa | Niagara | eeie.; 
in exergue, battles of chippewa | july 5. 1814. | Ni- 
agara JULY 25. 1814. I ERIE AUG. 17. 1814. AE. 65 mm. 

By Fuerst. 

• 19. Maj. Gen. Edmund P. Gaines, 1814. Battle of Fort Erie. 

Ohv. MAJORGENERAL EDMUND P.GAINES. 

Bust to right. Eev. RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS 
NOVEMBER 3. 1814. Victory placing a wreath upon 
a trophy of arms; in exergue, battle of erie 1 aug. 15. 
1814. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

• 20. Gov. Isaac Shelby, 1818. Battle of the Thames. Oh). 

GOVERNOR ISAAC SHELBY. Bust to right. 

Eev. BATTLE OF THE THAMES OCTO. 5. 1813. 
Battle of the Thames, with firing of infantry and 
charging of cavalry; in exergue, resolution of con- 
gress I APRIL 4. 1818. I AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

• 21. Maj. Gen. Andrew Jackson, 1815. Battle of New Orleans. 

Ohv. MAJOR-GENERAL ANDREW JACKSON. 

Bustto right. Bev. RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS 
FE B R U A R Y 27. 1 81 5. Victory seated, showing to Co- 
lumbia a tablet inscribed Orleans, who stands with 
olive branch in right hand and reaches for the laurel 
wreath held by Victory; both clad in talaric chitons; in 
exergue, battle of new-orleans | January 8. 1815. 
AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 



WAR with MEXICO. 

• 22. Maj. Gen. Zachary Taylor, 1846. Battle of Palo Alto. 
Ohv. MAJOR GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR. 
Bust to right. Bev. resolution | of | congress | 

JULY 16TH, 1846. I PALO ALTO. | MAY 8TH, 1846. j 

resaca de la palma. 1 MAY 9TH, 1846., within a 
wreath composed of serpent, laurel, and palm. AE. 
65 mm. 



336 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

• 23. The same, 1847. Battle of Buena Vista. Obv. MAJOR 

GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR. Nude bust, to 
right; below, branches of oak and laurel in saltire, and 
beneath them, resolution of congress may 9. 1843. 
Reo. BUENA VISTA FEB. 22 & 23. 1847. Scene of 
battle of Buena Vista, within a serpent wreath. AE. 
90 mm. By Wright and Smith. 

• 24. The same, 1847. Battle of Monterey. Ohv. MAJOR 

GENERAL ZACHARY TAYLOR. Bust to right. 
Rev. resolution \ of | congress, | march 2"°, 1847. I 
MONTEREY | SEPTEMBER 1846., wlthiu an oak Wreath. 
AE. 65 mm. 

•25. Major General Winfield Scott, 1848. For Mexican Victories. 
Ohv. Nude bust of Gen. Scott, to left; above, on a 
scroll, MAJOR-GENERAL WINFIELD- SCOTT; 
thirty stars, grouped 15 to left and 15 to right of the 
bust; below, resolution of congress | march 9. 1848; 
beneath, s. ellis del. Refv. Scenes of six battles of 
Mexican campaign, each within a wreath of oak and 
laurel, and designated: vera cruz. cerro gordo. 

CONTRERAS. SAN ANTONLA. & CHURUBUSCO. MOLIXO DEL 

REY. CHAFULTEPEc; in Center, bird's-eve view of City 
of Mexico, with flag of the U. S. on staff in foreground; 
above, city | of | mexico. AE. 90 mm. By Wright. 



THE NAVY. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION. 

}f26. Capt. John Panl Jones, 1779. Capture of the Serapis. 
6>^. JOANNI PAVLO JONES — CLASSIS PRAE- 
FECTO. Bust to right; below, •COM IT I A AMERI- 
CANA^ Rev. HOSTIVM NAVIBVS CAPTIS 
AVT FVGATIS. Two ships in battle, a third to left 
in distance; exergue, ad oram scottiae xxni sept. | 
MDCCLxxvnii. 51 mm. By Dupre.^ 

•27. Capt. Thomas Tmxton, 1800. Action with la Vengeance. 
Ohv. Bust to left. Rev. Two ships, the Constellation 
and La Vengeance, in an engagement. Exergue, by 

vote OF CONGRESS. TO | THOMAS TRUXTON [ 24. MARCH, 

1800. AE. 58 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 337 

•28. Capt. Edward Preble, 1804. Storming of Forts at Tripoli. 
Oh). EDWARDO PREBLE DUCI STRENUO. Bust 
to left; below, comitia Americana. Rev. VINDICI 
COMMERCII AMERICANI. American ships attack- 
ing forts of Tripoli. Exergue, ante. Tripoli i mdccciv. 
Electrotype. 65 mm. By Reich. 



THE WAR OF 1812. 

*29. Capt. Isaac Hull, 1812. Capture of Guerriere. Ohv. 

PERITOS ARTE SUPERAT JUL. MDCCOXH AUG. CKRTAMINE 

FORTES. Bust to left; below, ISAACUS HULL. Bev. 
HORAE MOMENTO VICTORIA. Battle between 
the Constitution and the Guerriere. Exergue, inter 

CONST. NAV. AMER. | ET GUER. ANGL. AE. 65 mm. 

By Reich. 

*30. Capt. Jacob Jones, 1812. Capture of the Frolic. Ohv. 
JACOBUS JONES VIRTUS IN ARDUA TENDIT. 
Bust to right. Rev. VICTORIAM HOSTI MAJORI 
CELERRIMERAPUIT. Battle between the Wasp and 
the Frolic. Exergue, inter wasp nav. ameri. | et 

FROLIC NAV. ANG. | DIE XVIII, OCT. | MDCCCXII. AE. 

65 mm. 

*31. Capt. Stephen Decatur, 1812. Capture of the Macedonian. 

Olv. STEPHANUS DECATUR NAVARCHUS 

PUGNIS — PLURIBUS, VICTOR. Bust to right. 
Rev. OCCIDITSIGNUM HOSTILE SIDERA SUR- 
GUNT. Two ships in battle. Exergue, inter sta. 

WNI. nav. ameri. I ET. MACEDO. NAV. ANG. DIE | XXV 

octobris I MDCCCXII. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

*32. William Bainbridge, 1812. Capture of the Java. Ohv, 
GULIELMUS BAINBRIDGE PATRIA VICTISQUE 
LAUDATUS. Bust to right. Rev. PUGNANDO. 
Naval engagement. Exergue, inter const, nav. 

AMERI. I et JAV. nav. ANGL. | DIE XXIX DECEM. | 

MDCCCXII. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

*33. Capt. James Lawrence, 1813. Capture of the Peacock. 

6>5^.JAC. LAWRENCE DULCE ET DECORUM EST 
PRO PATRIA MORI. Bust to right. Rev. MAN- 

1666°— 12 22 



338 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

SUETUDO.MAJ.QUAM.VICTORIA. Two ships in 
action. Exergue, inter hornet nav. ameri. | et pea- 
cock NAV. ANG. I DIE XXIV. FEB. | MDCCCXHI. AE. 

65 mm. By Fuerst. 

*34, lieut. W. Burrows, 1813. Capture of the Boxer. Obv. 

VICTORIAM TIBI CLARAM PATRIAE MAESTAM. 
An urn upon a casket inscribed W. BURROWS and 
bedecked with weapons of war. Bev. VIVERE SAT 
VINCERE. Two ships in battle. Exergue, inter 

ENTERPRIZE NAV. | AMERI. ET BOXER NAV. | BRIT. DIE IV 

SEPT. I MDCCCXHI. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

• 35. Lient. Edward R. McCall, 1813. Capture of the Boxer. 
Obv. EDWARD R. McCALL NAVIS ENTERPRISE 
PRAE PECTUS. Bust to right; below, sic ittr ad 
ASTRA. Rev. VIVERES AT VINCERE. Engagement 
between the Enterprise and Boxer. Exergue, inter 

ENTERPRISE NAV. | AMERI. ET BOXER NAV. | BRIT. DIE 

IV SEPT. I MDCCCXHI, AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

•36. Commodore Oliver H. Perry, 1813. Battle of Lake Erie. 
6>5v. OLIVERUS H.PERRY PRINCEPS STAGNO 
ERIENSE. Bust to right; below, CLASS I MTOTAM 
CONTUDIT. i2^. VIAM INVENIT VIRTUS AUT 
FACIT. A naval engagement — battle of Lake Erie. 
Exergue, inter class, ameri. | et brit. die x. sep. | 
MDCCCXHI. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

*37. Capt. Lonis Warrington, 1814. Capture of the Epervier. 
Obv. LUDOVICUSWARRINGTON DUX NAVA- 
LIS AMERI. Bust to right. Rev. PRO PATRIA 
PARATUS AUT VINCERE AUT MORI. Battle be- 
tween the Peacock and the Epervier, Exergue, inter 

PEACOCK NAV. AMERI. | ET EPERVIER NAV. ANG. DIE XXIX 

MAR. I MDCCCXiv. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

*38. Capt. Johnston Blakeley, 1814. Capture of the Eeindeer. 
Oh}. JOHNSTON BLAKELEY REIP.FAED.AM. 
NAV.WASP DUX. Busttoright. ^^. EHEU! BIS 
VICTOR PATRIA TUA TE LUGET PLAUDITQ. 
Battle between Wasp and Reindeer. Exergue, intek 

WASP NAV. AMERI. | ET REINDEER NAV. ANG. | DIE XXVIH 

JUNIUS (sic) I MDCCCXIV. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 339 

•39. Capt. Jesse D. Elliott, 1814. Battle of lake Erie. Ohv. 
JESSE D. ELLIOTT NIL ACTUM REPUTANS SI 
QUID SUPERESSET AGENDUM. Bust to 

right. ^^. VIAM INVENIT VIRTUS AUT FACIT. 
Two fleets engaged in battle. Exergue, inter class. 

AMEKI. I ET BRIT. DIE X SEP. | MDCCCXIH. AE. 65 

mm. By Fuerst. 

•40. Lieut. Stephen Cassin, 1814. Battle of Lake Champlain. 

6>^. STEP. CASSIN TICONDEROGA PRAEFECT. 
QUAE REGIO IN TERRIS NOS. - NON PLENA 
LAB. Bust to right. Eev. UNO LATERE PER- 
CUSSO. ALTERUM— IMPAVIDE VERTIT. Naval 
battle. Exergue, inter class, ameri. | et brit. die 
XI SEPT. I MDCccxini. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

•41. Capt. Robert Henley Eagle, 1814. Battle of lake Cham- 
plain. Oh). ROB. HENLEY EAGLE PRAEFECT. 
PALMA VIRTU. PER AETERNIT. FLOREBIT. 
Bust to right. Eev. Same legend as No. 39. Naval 
battle; in exergue, inter class, ameri. [ et brit. die 
XI SEPT. I mdcccxiiii. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

•42. Capt. Thomas MacDonough, 1814. Battle of Lake Cham- 
plain. 6'5'y.THO.MACDONOUGH.STAGNO CHAM- 
PLAIN CLAS.REG.BRIT. SUPERAVIT. Bust to 

right. Eev. UNO LATERE PERCUSSO. ALTE- 
RUM - I M PAVI DE VERTIT. Two fleets engaged 
in battle. Exergue, inter class, ameri. | et brit. 
DIE XI SEPT. I mdcccxiiii. AE. 65 mm. 

•43. Capt. James Biddle, 1815. Capture of the Penguin. Ohv. 
TVIE CONGRESS OF THE U. S. TO CAPT. JAMES 
BIDDLE. Bust to right; below, for his gallantry 
GOOD CONDUCT AND SERVICE. Eev. CAPTURE OF 
THE BRITISH SHIP PENGUIN — BY THE U. S. 
SHIP HORN ET. Engagement between the Wasp and 
Penguin. Exergue, off tristan d'agunha | march 
xxm I MDCCcxv. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 

•44. Capt. Charles Stewart, 1815. Capture of the Cyane and the 
Levant. Ohv. CAROLUS STEWART NAVIS AMER. 
CONSTITUTION DUX. Bust to right. Eev. UNA 
VICTORIAM ERIPUIT RATIBUS BINIS. Three 



340 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

ships of war in action. Exergue, inter constitu. 

KAV. AMERI. I ET LEVANT ET CYANE NAV. | ANG. DIE XX. 

FEBB. I MDCX3CXV. AE. 65 mm. By Fuerst. 



:A'45. Capt. Dimcaii N. Ingraham, 1854. Bescne of Martin Eoszta 
at Smyrna. Ohv. The harbor at Smyrna, with the St. 
Louis and the Hussar in the foreground; below, 

SMYRNA. I AMERICAN | SLOOP OF WAR | ST. LOUIS | — AUS- 
TRIAN I BRIG OF WAR | HUSSAR. By Eastman and Ooss. 

BeV. PRESENTED | BY THE | PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES I TO I COMMANDER DUNCAN N. INGRAHAM | AS A 
TESTIMONIAL OF THE HIGH SENSE | ENTERTAINED BY 
CONGRESS I OF HIS GALLANT AND JUDICIOUS CONDUCT | 
ON THE 2^°. OF JULY 1853 | JOINT RESOLUTION OF CON- 
GRESS. AUGUST 4*^ 1854; below, an eagle with wings 
displayed, standing upon an anchor, beneath a sky 
sown with 30 stars; the whole within wreath of laurel 
and oak. AE. 105 mm. By Eastman and Longacre. 



CIVIL WAR. 



-^-46. Gen. IT. S. Grant, 1863. Opening of the Mississippi Biver. 
Oh). MAJOR GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT. 
Bust to left; in first circle, above, laurel and oak 
branches, below, cane, cotton, tobacco, and wheat; be- 
low, JOINT RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS, DECEMBER 17, 1863. 

Mev. A female figure, America, in long chiton, holding 
cornucopia and U. S. shield, inscribed, in bend, donel- 
80N, floating on a rainbow, above a trophy of arms, 
which stands by the Mississippi River; to left of tro- 
phy, vicKSBURG, and to the right, Chattanooga; 
around, the Mississippi River, and four steamboats. 
AE. 103 mm. By Antrobus-Paquet. 



SPANISH WAR. 



47. Com. George Dewey, 1898. Battle of Manila Bay. Ohv. 

THE - GIFT I OF - THE | PEOPLE - OF THE | UNITED 
- STATES I TO THE - OFFICERS I AND MEN - OF 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 341 

THE I ASIATIC - SQUADRON | UNDER THE - COM- 
MAND I OF COM - MODORE | GEORGE - DEWEY. Bust 

of Dewey, in uniform, to right; on truncation of bust, 
D. 0. FRENCH-1889. R&o. IN.MEMORY.OF.THE. 

VICTORY . OF . MANILLA . BAY MAY . 1 

1 898. A gunner, half nude, seated upon a gun. AE. 
47 mm. By French. 
48. Cardenas, 1900. Obv. Victory, with winged cap, holding 
olive branch in left hand and sword in right, above the 
scene of the Hudson making fast a line to the Winslow; 
in distance, mountains; below, cardenas | may 11, 
1898. Rev. JOINT resolutions I OF congress I AP- 

FBOVED MAY 3, 1900. [ IN RECOGNITION OF THE GAL- 
LANTRY I OF THE OFFICERS AND | MEN OF THE HUDSON | 
WHO IN THE FACE OF | A GALLING FIRE | TOWED THE 
WINSLOW I OUT OF RANGE OF | THE ENEMY's GUNS. A 

nude female, standing to right, and using chisel and 
hammer; to left, palm branch with laurel wreath; be- 
low, tablet within laurel branches for name of recipient. 
AE. 78 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

B. MEDALS BESTOWED UPON CIVILIANS. 

*49. Dr. Frederick Rose, 1858. Assistance to American Sea- 
men. 6>5^. JAMES BUCHANAN PRESIDENT OF 
THE UNITED STATES. Bust of Prest. Buchanan, 
to right. Rev. TO DR. FREDERICK ROSE, AS- 
SISTANT SURGEON . ROYAL NAVY, G.B. ^scu- 
lapius standing and shielding a man and a woman from 
Death, who with his scythe stands stooping on the left. 
Exergue, for kindness and humanity | to the offi- 
cers AND CREW I OF THE U. S. STEAMER | SUSQUEHANNA. 

AE. 78 mm. By Paquet. 
*60. Cornelius Vanderbilt, 1865. Gift of a Steamship to the 
Government. Obv. A GRATEFUL COUNTRY TO 
HERGENE ROUS SON. Nude bust to right; below, 
CORNELIUS VANDERBILT. Refv. A female, America, 
standing to left, with sword and shield of the U. S., to 
whom a kneeling figure wearing a mural crown pre- 
sents a trident and ship's prow; to right, an eagle; in 
background, a steamship; in exergue, bis dat qui 
TEMPORE DAT. AE. 76 mm. By Leutze and Ellis. 



342 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

*61. Cyms W. Field, 1867. laying the Atlantic Cable. Olv. 
HONOR AND FAME - ARE THE REWARD. On 
a cloud over mid-ocean, nude bust of Field to left, upon 
whose head a hand from cloud above is about to place 
a wreath; on left, the western hemisphere inscribed 
AMERICA, on right the other inscribed Europe, con- 
nected by a cable passing beneath the ocean, and along 
which is the inscription, indomitable perseverance | 

AND ENDURING FAITH ACHIEVED THE SUCCESS. ReV. 
BY RESOLUTION OF THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. ; 

in the field, march 2, 1867 | to | CYRUS W. FIELD | 

OF I NEW YORK | FOR HIS FORESIGHT, FAITH, AND PER- 
SISTENCY, I IN ESTABLISHING | TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNI- 
CATION I BY MEANS OF THE | ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH, | 
CONNECTING THE OLD WITH THE NEW WORLD; bcloW, 

a globe flanked by laurel and oak branches, and sur- 
mounted by caduceus and torch; in field, left, shield of 
U. S. , right, large star composed of thirty small stars. 
AE. 105 mm. By J. G. Bruff. 

*52. GeorgeF. Robinson, 1871. Protection of Secretary Seward. 
Olv. AWARDED BY THE CONGRESS OF THE 
UNITED STATES MARCH 1, 1871. -TO GEORGE 
F. ROBINSON. Bust of Robinson to left; above his 
head, two wreaths, one of oak leaves, the other of laurel, 
united; in field j on both sides of the bust: - for his 

HEROIC - CONDUCT ON THE | 14. DAY OF APRIL - 1865, IN 
SAVING I THE LIFE OF - THE HONORABLE j WM. H. SEW- 
ARD - THEN SECRETARY | OF STATE - OF THE | UNITED - 

STATES. Rev. Mr. Robinson grappling with the assail- 
ant of Secretary Seward, who reclines to right behind 
partly opened curtain in background; below, g. y. 
COFFIN. DES. - PAQUET. P. AE. 78 mm. By CoflSn 
and Paquet. 

'i*62. Joseph Francis, 1888. Formation of the life Saving 
Service. Ohv. THE.VNITED.STATES.OF. AMER- 
ICA. BY. ACT.OF.CONGRESS. 27. AVGVST. 1888. . . 
Bust of Mr. Francis, to left; above, to . Joseph . Fran- 
cis I inventor and framer; below, of. the. means 

FOR I the . LIFE . saving . service . | OF . THE. COVNTRY; 

the whole within a circle of stars. Rev. Within a beaded 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDAI.S. 343 

circle, a life-saving squad effecting the rescue of pas- 
sengers from wrecked vessel; around, oak wreath; 
border, egg and dart pattern. AE. 105 mm. 
*54. John Korn, jr., 1874. Rescue from drowning. Ohv, JOHN 
HORN, JR. Head, to left. ^^v. BY ACT OF CON- 
GRESS, JUNE 20, 1874; within a laurel wreath, 

IN I RECOGNITION | OF HIS | HEROIC EXPLOITS | IN | RES- 
CUING MEN I WOMEN & CHILDREN | FROM DROWNING | 

IN I DETROIT RIVER. AE. 44 mm. 
•66. Orville and Wilbur Wright, 1909. For Successful Navi- 
gation of the Air. Ohv. Busts of the brothers, con- 
joined, to left; to r., bottom, WILBUR | WRIGHT; 
at top. Great Seal of U. S. in laurel wreath; to 1., at 
top, ORVILLE 1 WRIGHT; bottom, resolution | of 

CONGRESS I MARCH 4 | 1909; bcloW, IN . RECOGNITION . 
AND . APPRECIATION ] OF . THEIR . ABILITY . COURAGE . 
AND I SUCCESS . IN . NAVIGATING . THE . AIR. Bev. SHALL . 

MOUNT . UP . WITH . WINGS . AS . EAGLES. A winged figure, 
the Genius of Aviation, with torch, flying to right 
above the earth. AE. 57 x 82 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

C. MEDALS AWARDED BY CONGRESS FOB SESCUmG FROM 
SHIPWRECK. 

*66. Wreck of the Somers, off Vera Cruz. Awarded to the 
officers and men of the French, British, and Spanish 
warships for rescuing many of the American officers 

and men. Ohv. SOMERS NAVIS AM ERICANA 

ANTE VERA CRUZ. | DEC. IO^h. 1846. The wreck 
of the Somers lying upon her beams. Jiev. PRO 
VITIS AMERICANORUM CONSERVATIS. Three 
small boats engaged in the work of rescue. AE. 
57 mm. By Wright. 

*67. Wreck of the Metis, on long Island Sound, 1872. Obv. 
A boat engaged in rescuing people from the water; 
the wreck of the Metis in the distance. Jiev. BY 
RESOLUTION OF CONGRESS, FEBRUARY 24, 
1843. Within a heavy oak wreath, to | for | 

COURAGE AND HUMANITY | IN THE | SAVING OF LIFE j 
FROM THE WRECK | OF THE I STEAMER METIS | ON [ LONG 

ISLAND SOUND. | AUGUST 31. 1872. AE. 63 mm. By 
W. and C. Barber. 



344 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

II. PRESIDENTIAL MEDALS. 

Medals produced at the mint at Philadelphia, with portraits 
of the Presidents of the United States, and generally known 
as " Presidential Medals." They are all of bronze. 

• 68. George Washington, 1789. Ohv, GEORGE WASHING- 

TON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Nude bust, to right; below, 1789. By Du Vivier. 
Reo. PEACE]- AND | - FRIENDSHIP. Pipe of 
peace and tomahawk, in saltire, above two clasped 
hands. AE. 76 mm. 

• 69. John Adams, 1797. 6>5v. JOHN ADAMS PRESIDENT 

OF THE U. S. Bust, to right; below, A. D. 1797. 
Rem. Similar to No. 58. 76 mm. 

• 60. Thomas Jefferson, 1801. 6?Jv.TH. JEFFERSON PRES- 

IDENT OF THE U. S. A. D. 1801. Bust to left. 
Reo, Similar to No. 58. 76 mm. 

• 61. James Madison, 1809. 6>^t'. JAMES MADISON PRES- 

IDENT U. S., A. D. 1809. Bust to left. Rev. Simi- 
lar to No. 58. 76 mm. 

• 62. James Monroe, 1817. Olv. JAMES MONROE PRES- 

IDENT U. S. A. D. 1817. Bust to right. Rev. Simi- 
lar to No. 58. 76 mm. By Fuerst. 

• 63. John Qnincy Adams, 1825. Ohv. JOHN QUINCY 

ADAMS PRESIDENT UNITED STATES. Draped 
bust to right; below, 1825. Rev. Similar to No. 58. 
76 mm. 

• 64. Andrew Jackson, 1829. Ob^. ANDREW JACKSON 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Bustto 
right; below, 1829. Rev. Similar to No. 58. 76 mm. 
By Fuerst. 

• 65. Martin Van Bnren, 1837. Olv. MARTIN VAN BUREN 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Bustto 
right; below, A. d. 1837 and fuerst. Rev. Similar to 
No. 58. 76 mm. 

• 66. William Henry Harrison, 1841. 6>5v. WILLIAM H. - 

HARRISON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES. Facing bust. Rev. inaugurated | presi- 
dent 1 OF the ! UNITED STATES ] IVIARCH 4, 1841. | DIED | 

APRIL 4, 1841, within a laurel wreath. 76 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 345 

•67. John Tyler, 1841. Obv. JOHN TYLER PRESIDENT 
OF THE UNITED STATES. Draped bust to left; 
below, 1841. Rev. Similar to No. 58. 76 mm. 

• 68. James K. Polk, 1845. Olv. JAMES K. POLK PRESI- 

DENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Draped bust 
to left; below, 1845. Refc. Similar to No. 58. 76 mm. 

• 69. Zachary Taylor, 1849. Ohv. ZACHARY TAYLOR 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Draped 
bust to left; below, 1849. Rev. Similar to No 68. 
76 mm. 

• 70. Millard Fillmore, 1850. Ohv. MILLARD FILLMORE 

PRESIDENTOFTHE UNITED STATES. Nudebust 
to right; below, 1850; beneath truncation of bust, s. ellis. 
Rev. A white man and an Indian, standing before a 
flag, in an agricultural scene; above, labob vibtde 
HONOR. 76 mm. By Ellis and Willson. 

• 71. Franklin Pierce, 1853. Ohv. FRANKLIN PIERCE 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Nude 
bust to left; below, 1853. Rev. Similar to No. 70. 76 
mm. By Ellis and Willson. 

• 72. James Buchanan, 1857. Oko. JAMES BUCHANAN 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Bust to 
right; below, 1857. Rev. Similar to No. 70. 76 mm. 
By Ellis and Willson. 

•73. Abraham Lincoln, 1861. Ohv. ABRAHAM - LIN- 
COLN. Nude bust to right. Rev. inaugurated! 

PRESIDENT I OF THE | UNITED STATES | MARCH 4, 1861. | 
SECOND TERM | MARCH 4, 1865. | ASSASSINATED | APRIL 14, 

1865 I within an oak wreath. 76 mm. 

• 74. Andrew Johnson, 1865. Ohv. ANDREW JOHNSON 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Nude 
bust to right; below, 1865; beneath bust, paquet f. 
Rev. A female figure, Columbia, in long chiton and 
flowing robe, grasping the hand of an Indian chief 
before a tomb surmounted with a bust of Washington; 
below, PAQUET. 76 mm. 



346 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

•76. Ulysses S. Grant, 1869. Ohv. ULYSSES - S. 
GRANT. Nude bust to right; beneath, w. & c. barbeb 
F. Reo. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Within a laurel wreath, inaugurated | first term | 

MARCH 4, 1869 | — • • — | SECOND TERM j MARCH 4, 1873; 

beneath, two small branches of oak, in saltire. 76 mm. 
W. &, C. Barber. 

•76. Eutherford B. Hayes, 1877. Ohv. RUTHERFORD B. 
HAYES. Nude bust to left. Rev, Similar to No. 75, 
but within the wreath reading INAUGURATED! 
MARCH 5. I 1877. 76 mm. By Morgan. 

• 77. James A. Garfield, 1881. Ohv. JAMES A. - GAR- 

FIELD. Nude bust to left. Rev. Similar to No. 75, 
but within the wreath reading INAUGURATED] 
MARCH 4. I 1881. 76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

•78. Chester A. Arthur. 1881. Obv. CHESTER - A. 
ARTHUR. Nude bust to right. ^^'. Similar to No. 
75, but within the wreath reading INAUGURATED | 
SEPTEMBER 20 | 1881. 76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

• 79. Grover Cleveland, 1885 and 1893. Ohv. G ROVER 

CLEVELAND. Bust to right. Rev. Within a laurel 
wreath, inaugurated | president | of the | united 
STATES I MARCH 4 | 1885. 76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

• 80. Benjamin Harrison, 1889. Ohv. BENJAMIN - HAR- 

RISON. Bust to left. Reo. Similar to No. 79. 76 
mm. By C. E. Barber. 

81. William McKinley, 1897. Olv. WILLIAM - Mc- 
K I N L E Y . Bust to left. Rev. Within wreath of single 
laurel branch, inaugurated. | president. \ of. the. | 
UNITED states | MARCH 4.1897.; below, consular fasces. 
76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

• 82. WilUam McKinley, 1901. Obv. WILLIAM - Mc- 

KINLEY. Bust to left. Rev. inaugurated | presi- 
dent OF THE I UNITED STATES | MARCH 4 1897. | SECOND 
TERM I MARCH 4, 1901. ] ASSASSINATED | SEPT. 6, 1901. | 

DIED SEPT. 14, I 1901. To left, Columbia standing, weep- 
ing; below, palm branch and oak wreath. 76 mm. 
By Morgan. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 347 

•83. Theodore Roosevelt, 1901. Ohv. THEODORE 
ROOSEVELT. Bust to left. R&v. inaugurated! 

PRESIDENT I OF THE | UNITED STATES | SEPT. 14, 1901 j 

SECOND TERM | MARCH 4, | 1905. To left, C!olumbia 
standing, her right hand resting upon an altar, on 
which is a cinerary urn, in her extended left, a scroll; 
above, National Capitol. 76 mm. By Barber and 
Morgan. 

•84. William H.Taft, 1909. 6>J^. WILLIAM - H.TAFT. 
Bust to right. RefD. inaugurated | president op 
THE I united states | MARCH 4, | 1909. Sibyl seated in 
front of National Capitol. 76 mm. By Barber and 
Morgan. 



III. MEDALS PERTAINING TO THE TREASURY DEPART- 
MENT AND TO MINT AFFAIRS. 

SECKETARIES OP THE TKEA8URX. 

• 85. William Windom, 1889. Olv, WILLIAM WINDOM. 

Bust to right. Rev. representative | in congress | 

1859-1869 I SENATOR. OF. THE | UNITED. STATES | DEC. 5. 
1870-MAR.4.1881 | DEC.5.1881-MAR.4.1883 | SECRETARY OP 
THE I TREASURY, | MAR.5,1881-NOV.14,1881 | MAR.5,1889. 

within a laurel wreath. 76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

• 86. Daniel Maiming, 1885-87. 6>Jv. DANIEL - MAN- 

NING. Bust, three-quarters facing; below, two keys 
in saltire. Rea. secretary | of the | treasury | 1885- 
1887., within a laurel wreath. 76 mm. By Morgan. 

• 87. John G. Carlisle, 1893. Olv. JOHNGRIFFIN 

CARLISLE. Bust to left. Rev. representative | in 

congress. 1877-189t) | SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE | FORTY- 
EIGHTH . FORTY - NINTH | AND . FIFTIETH CONGRESSES | 
SENATOR. 1890. 1893 \ SECRETARY OF THE | TREASURY MAR. 

6, 1893; above, crossed keys; below, fasces and wreath. 
76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

• 88. lyman J. Gage, 1897. Ohv. ViUkW - J. GAGE. 

Facing bust. Rev. secretary | of the | treasury | 
1897 I within oak and laurel branches. 76 mm. By 
C. E. Barber. 



348 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

•89. Leslie M. Shaw, 1902. Ohv. Bust to left; below, LESLI E 
M. SHAW. Rev. secretary 1 of the [ treasury | op 

THE UNITED STATES | FEB. 1, 1902. AbovC, twO kejS in 

saltire; on right, oak branch, to the lower end of which 
is attached a ribbon inscribed e - pluribus - unum. 
Rectangular plaque. 54 x 76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 



DIRECTORS OF THE BUREAU OF THE MINT. 

• 90. Horatio C. Bnrchard, 1879. Ohv, H RAT IOC. 

BURCHARD. Bust to left. R&v. director I of the ] 

MINT I OP the I UNITED STATES | APPOINTED FEB. 22 | 

1879. within a laurel wreath. 76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

• 91. James P. Kimball, 1885. Ohv. JAM ES P. 

KIMBALL. Bust to left. Reo. Similar to No. 90. 
76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

• 92. Edward 0. Leech, 1889. Ohv. EDWARD 0. 

LEECH. Bust to left. Rev, edwakd owen leech | 

DIRECTOR OF THE | MINT. APPOINTED IN | MINT BUREAU 
UPON 1 ITS ORGANIZATION 1873. | DIRECTOR OCTOBER | 16, 

1889. within olive wreath. 76 mm. By C. E. Barber* 

• 93. Robert E. Preston, 1893. Ohv. ROBERT E. 

PRESTON. Bust to left. Rev. . appointed clerk | 

FIRST auditor's | OFFICE APRIL 1856 | . EXAMINER MINT j 
BUREAU JULY 1874 | DIRECTOR OF THE MINT ] NOVEMBER 

1893. upon a tablet suspended from a laurel wreath, 
within which it hangs. 76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

• 94. George E.Roberts, 1898. Ohv. GEORGE E. . - 

ROBERTS. Bust to right. Rev. director | of. the. 

MINT . OF I THE . UNITED . STATES | APPOINTED | FEB. 14. 

1898 I on a tablet within an oak wreath. 76 mm. 
By C. E. Barber. 



DIRECTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE MINT AT 
PHILADEIiPHI A . 

•96. David Rittenhouse, 1792-1796. Ohv. DAVID RITT EN- 
HOUSE 1ST. DIRECT^ U. S. MINT. Nude bust to 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 349 

left; below, 1792-1795. Rev. "he | belonged [ to the | 

WHOLE HUMAN ] RACe" | BORN 1732 | DIED 1796 | . 
Exergue, MEDAL SERIES OF THE ] U. S. MINT | J. POLLOCK 

1871 DIRECTOR. AE. 46 mm. By W. Barber. 

• 96. Robert M. Patterson, 1835-1851. Ohv. ROBERT M. 

PATTERSON DIRECTOR OF THE U. S. MINT. 
Nude bust to left; below, 1835-51. Eev. a parting 

TOKEN 1 OF REGARD | FROM THE | OFFICERS | AND 

CLERKS I OF THE MINT | 1851 |; above, on a scroll, 
CODEX MONETAE 1837; the whole within serpent, palm, 
and laurel wreath. 65 mm. By Wright. 

• 97. James Koss Snowden, 1859. Ohv. PRESENTED TO 

JAMES ROSS SNOWDEN DIRECTOR OF THE 
MINT BY HIS PERSONAL FRIENDS [ as a mark 

OF REGARD FOR HIM AS AN OFFICER AND THEIR | ESTEEM 

FOR HIM AS A CITIZEN. Facing bust. Bev. THE MINT 
OFTHE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. PHILA- 
DELPHIA. Front view of the building; below, built 
1832 I RENDERED FIREPROOF 1856. 76 mm. ByPaquet. 

• 98. James Pollock. Ohv. THE HON. JAMES POLLOCK. 

L. L. D. Bust to left. Rev. governor | of | Pennsyl- 
vania I 1855-1858 I DIRECTOR | OF THE U. S. MINT 1861 | 

resigned 1866 I REAPPOINTED | 1869, within a Wreath of 
oak and laurel. 76 mm. By W. Barber. 

• 99. H. R. linderman, 1867-1869. Ohv. Bust to right. Rev. 

H. R. LINDERMAN | DIRECTOR | OF THE U. S. MINT | FROM 

APRIL 1867 I TO MAY 1869, within a wrsath of oak and 
laurel. 76 mm. By W. Barber. 

100. A. louden Snowden, 1879. Ohv. A. LOUDEN 

SNOWDEN. Bust to right; below, 1879; on trun- 
cation of bust, MORGAN. S. C. ReV. APPOINTED ] REG- 
ISTRAR U. S. MINT I 1857 I CHIEF COINER | 1866 | POST 
MASTER I 1877 | SUPERINTENDENT | U. 8. MINT | 1879, 

within a laurel wreath; around, presented by the 
OFFICERS u. s. mint phila. >iay 7, 1880. 81 mm. By 
Morgan. 

101. A. Louden Snowden, 1879. Ohv. Similar to No. 100. 

Rev. Similar to No. 97. 76 mm. 



350 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

102. Daniel M. Fox, 1885. Obv. DANIEL - M. FOX. 

Bust, three-quarters facing. Bev. mayor | op | Phila- 
delphia I 1869-1872- I MEMBER OF THE U. S. POSTAL COM- 
MISSION I APPOINTED BT THE | PRESIDENT 1876 [ ALSO OF 
THE I CENTENNIAL BOARD | OF FINANCE- | SUPT. U. 8. 

MINT I PHILADELPHIA | JULY 1885 ] withiQ an oak and 
laurel wreath. 76 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

103. Oliver C. Bosbyshell, 1889. Ohv. OUMLRC. - BOS- 

BYSHELL. Bust to right. Rev. registrar op de- 
posits I IN mint 1869 I ASSISTANT TO COINEE 1872 | 
COINER 1877 1 SUPERINTENDENT | NOV. 1 1889, On tablet 

within laurel branches. 76 mm. By Morgan. 

104. Eugene Townsend, 1894. 6)J?^. EUGENE - TOWN- 

SEND. Bust, three-quarters facing. Rev. member 

OP I SELECT COUNCIL ] OF PAILDELPHIA | 1882-1885 ] AS- 
SISTANT NAVAL OFFICER | 1885-1889 | APPOINTED | SUPER- 
INTENDENT I MINT OF THE U. S. ] APRIL 1894. 76 mm. 

By C. E. Barber. 

105. Herman Kretz, 1895. Ohv. HERMAN - KRETZ. 

Bust to left. Rev. appointed | superintendent | 
u. s. mint I PHILADELPHIA | MAY 7, 1895. 76 mm. By 
C. E. Barber. 

OPERATIVE OFFICERS OF THE MINT AT PHILADELPHIA. 

106. Adam Eckfeldt, 1814-1839. Ohv. ADAM ECKFELDT 

CHIEF COINER U.S. MINT. Bust to right. Rev. 

A I FAREWELL TRIBUTE | OF \ AFFECTIONATE REGARD | 
TO I ADAM ECKFELDT | FROM HIS | FELLOW OFFICERS | 

OF THE I u. s. MINT | 1839. 51 mm. By Furst. 

107. William Barber. 6)5i'. WILLIAM BARBER. Bust 

to left. Rev. engraver | u. s. mint | Philadelphia | 
NA. 1807. OB 1879 I within a laurel wreath. 32 mm. By 
C. E. Barber. 



HONOBABY MEDALS PRESENTED TO THE MEMBERS OF THE 
ANNUAL ASSAY COMMISSION. 

108. 1860. Ohv. MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
PHILADELPHIA. Female bust to right, wearing 
chaplet of oak leaves. Rev. annual | assay | 1860 | 
within wreath of laurel. 33 mm. By Longacre. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 351 

109. 1861. Similar to No. 108. 33 mm. 

110. 1867. Similar to No. 108. Aluminum. 33 mm. 

111. 1868. Obv. MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Columbia standing to left by a pile of arms; holds olive 
branch in left hand and sword in right; below, phila. 
^(?i;. ANNUAL I ASSAY | 1868 | within Wreath of oak lea ves 
and olive. Aluminum. 33 mm. By W. Barber. 

112. 1869. Oh). Columbia in long chiton seated to left; behind 

her, liberty pole and cap; her left hand rests on U. S. 
shield. Reo. Similar to No. Ill; wreath joined at top 
by ribbon inscribed let us have peace. Aluminum. 
33 mm. By W. Barber. 

113. 1870. Obv. Columbia standing, her head turned to right, 

clad in long chiton and peplos; holds scales in extended 
left hand, a ring in right; at her feet, a dog; below, 

J. POLLOCK, director. ReV. annual I ASSAY | 1870 | 

within wreath. Aluminum. 33 mm. By W. Barber. 

114. 1871. 6>5y. Archimedes, (originator of the humid assay), 

with beard and wearing a long robe, stands leaning to 
left against a mantle. Rev. annual | assay | 1871 | 
within a wreath of oak leaves and palm. AE. 33 mm. 
By W. Barber. 

116. 1874. Ohv. Similar to No. 114. Rev. annual | assay | 
1874; above, a casket inscribed j. torrey | ob. mar. 
10, '71 I on which rests an urn and a heavy pall; the 
whole within a wreath of bay. AE. 33 mm. By W, 
Barber. 

116. 1875. Ohv. Similar to No. 114. Rev. annual | assay | 
1875 I within olive wreath. AE. 33 mm. By W. 
Barber. 

117.1876. 6>6y. Bust of Washington, to right, ^ev. YEAR 
ONE HUNDRED — OF AMERICAN INDEPEND- 
ENCE. Within an oak wreath, 1776 | annual | as- 
say I 1876. AE. 33 mm. By W. Barber. 

118. 1877. Ohv. Similar to No. 114. Rev. annual | assay | 
1877 I withfn wreath of oak and laurel. AE. 33 mm. 
By W. Barber. 



352 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

119. 1878. Obv. Similar to No. 117. Rev. annual | assay | 

1878 I within wreath of laurel. AE. 33 mm. By W. 
Rarber. 

120. 1879. Ohv. H. R. LINDERMAN na. 1825. ob 

1879. Bu8ttoright. ^6^;. AN N UAL ASSAY 1879 

sciENTiA VIRTUS VERITAS. Beneath a cypress tree, a 
tomb surmounted by a cinerary urn on which a woman 
is laying a wreath; on the tomb the epitaph, henry; 
beneath, JOSEPH HENEY. AE. 33 mm. By W.Barber. 

121. 1880. Olv. THE MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Bust of President Hayes, to left; below, annual assay 
1882. ^ev. EFFICACI DO MANUS SCIENTIAE. 
A female figure kneeling to left and lighting the lamp 
of Science; in exergue, Philadelphia. AE. 33 mm. 
By Barber and Morgan. 

122. 1881. Ohv. Similar to No. 121. Bev. A coining press 

and two women in long transparent chitons, standing, 
the one to right with box of coins, the other with head 
turned to left and holding scales; in exergue, ne quid 

DETRIMENTI | RESPUBLICA | CAPIAT. AE. 33 mm. 

Barber and Morgan. 

123. 1882. Ohv. Same legend as No. 121. Bust of President 

Garfield, to left. Rev. LIBRA PROBAT OPUS. A 
female, in long chiton and peplos, kneeling to right and 
testing scales for a child. AE. 33 mm. Barber and 
Morgan. 

124. 1883. Ohv. THE MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Bust of President Arthur, to left; below, annual as- 
SAY-1883. Rev. Similar to No. 123. AE. 33 mm. 
Barber and Morgan. 

125. 1884. Similar to No. 124. 

126. 1885. Similar to No. 124. 

127. 1888. Ohv. THE MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Bust of President Cleveland, to right; below, annual 
ASSAY 1886. ^ev. JUSTITIA LAMPUS MONETAE 
ALLUCET. Statue of Justice, with blazing torch up- 
raised, before mint building. AE. 33 mm. Barber 
and Morgan. 

128. 1887. Similar to No. 127. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 353 

129. 1888. Oh). GROVER — CLEVELAND. Bust to 

right. Bev. mint | of the | united states | assay | 
COMMISSION I 1888, within laurel wreath. AE. T6mm. 
By C. E. Barber. 

130. 1889. Similar to No. 129. 

131. 1890. Oh), THE MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Bust of President Harrison, to left; below, annual 
ASSAY 1890. Bev. Similar to No. 123. AE. 33 mm. 
By Barber and Morgan. 

132. 1891. Oh). Inscription same as No. 131. Bust of Wil- 

liam Windom, to right; in field, WILLIAM - WIN- 
DOM. ^ev.SCIENTIACORONATOPUS. Awork- 
man examining the metal in a crucible in the furnace. 
AE. 33 mm. Barber and Morgan. 

133. 1892. OU. BENJAMIN — HARRISON. Bust to 

left. Bev. THE MINT OF THE UNITED STATES 
ANNUAL ASSAY. Description sunilar to No. 123; 
in exergue, 1892. 

134. 1893. Oh). THE MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Bust of President Harrison, to left; below, annual 
ASSAY 1893. Bev. FID EM REIPUBLICAE. UT.SER- 
VEM. Female seated to right, testing scales; hexa- 
style temple. AE. 33 mm. Barber and Morgan. 

135. 1894. Oh). Same inscription as No. 134. Bust of Presi- 

dent Cleveland, to right. Bev. Female, in long chiton 
and peplos, seated to left, holding up a weight with 
right hand; before her a child, standing, holding a 
casket of weights; in exergue rem acu. AE. 33 mm. 
By Barber and Morgan. 

136. 1895. Oh). GROVER — CLEVELAND. Bust to 

right. Bev, mint | of the | united states | assay ] 
COMMISSION I 1895 | within a laurel wreath. AE. 78 
mm. By C. E. Barber. 

137. 1896. Olv. Similar to No. 136. Bev. TH E M I NT.OF. 

THE. UNITED. STATES. ANNUAL ASSAY. 1896. 
Female figure in chiton, standing facing, and holding 

1666°— 12 23 * 



354 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

up a pair of scales with her left hand; on right, hel- 
meted head of Pallas on a medallion over an olive 
branch. AE. 33 mm. Barber and Morgan. 

138. 1897. Similar to No. 137. AE. 33 mm. Barber and 

Morgan. 

139. 1898. Ohv. WILLIAM MCKINLEY. Bust to 

left. Bev. MINT OF THE UNITED STATES 

ANNUAL ASSAY.. Bust of Pallas in Corinthian hel- 
met on fasces; to left, female standing facing, and 
holding palm branch and scales; to right, a workman. 
Exergue, 1898. AE. 33 nun. Barber and Morgan. 

140. 1899. Oh). WILLIAM MCKINLEY. Bust to 

left. Rev. UNITED STATES MINT ANNUAL AS- 
SAY 1899. Pair of scales on a shield of U. S.; above, 
bust of Pallas in Corinthian helmet; below, an eagle 
with outstretched wings; the whole within an olive 
wreath. AE. 33 mm. Barber and Morgan. 

141. 1900. Oh). Similar to No. 139. Reo. UN ITED STATES 

ANNUAL ASSAY 1900; similar to No. 134. AE. 
33 mm. Barber and Morgan. 

142. 1901. 6>Jv. WILLIAM. MCKINLEY. Bust to left; be- 

low, PRESIDENT ( OF THE | UNITED STATES. ReV. A 

workman examining metal in a furnace; below, mint. 

OF. THE. UNITED. STATES | ANNUAL. ASSAY. 1901. A plaque. 

AE. 40 X 55 mm. Barber and Morgan. 

143. 1902. Oh). FIRST MEETING OF ASSAY COMMIS- 

SION IN THE. (below) NEW MINT. The new mint 
building, in front of which statue of a female holding 
up a blazing torch. Rev. UNITED STATES MINT 
-ANNUAL ASSAY 1902. Pair of scales on a shield of 
the United States; above, bust of Pallas, left; below, 
eagle; the whole within olive wreath. AE. 33 mm. 
By Morgan. 

144.1903. 6'Z'v. THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Facing bust; 

below, PRESIDENT | OF THE j UNITED STATES. ReO, 

Similar to No. 142. Plaque, 40 x 55 mm. By Morgan. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 355 

146. 1904. Oh). THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Bust, to 
left; below, president | of the | united . states. 

BeV. MINT 1 OF THE | UNITED STATES | ANNUAL | ASSAY 

1 1904. In upper left corner, Treasury seal, surmounted 
by an eagle; at bottom, olive branch. AE. Plaque 
40 X 55 mm. Barber and Morgan. 

146. 1905. Similar to No. 145. 

147. 1906. Obv. Similar to No. 144. Rev. Treasury seal sur- 

mounted by an eagle, within a scroll pattern; below, 

MINT. OF. THE. UNITED STATES. ] ANNUAL ASSAY. 1906. 

AE. Plaque, 40 x 55 mm. Barber and Morgan. 

148. 1907. Similar to No. 147. 

149. 1908. Similar to No. 147. 

• 150. 1909. Oh). GEORGE B. CORTELYOU. Bust to 
right; below, secretary • of • | the • treasury. Bev. 
As No. 145. AE. Plaque, 40 x 55 mm. Morgan. 

151.1910. Ohv. WILLIAM. H. TA FT. PRES I D ENT 
OF.THE.UNITED. STATES. Bust to right. Bev. 
MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. Two genii 
seated vis-a-vis^ and holding between them a tablet sur- 
mounted by an eagle; on the tablet, 1910; beneath 
genii, scroll inscribed e pluribus unum; below, 
ANNUALASSAY. AE. 45 mm. Barber and Morgan. 

THE HONOBABY DIPLOMATIC MEDAL. 

*152. This medal was intended for presentation to "diplo- 
matic characters on taking leave of us," and represents 
an idea of President Jefferson. It was so presented 
but twice and the practice was then discontinued. 
6>^. TO PEACE AND COMMERCE. America, rep- 
resented by an Indian woman with feather bonnet and 
quiver swung over shoulder, seated to right amid bales 
of merchandise, against one of which leans an anchor; 
hands a cornucopia filled with fruits to Mercury, who 
stands to left, wearing petasus and chlamys; below, iv 
JUL. MDCCLxxvL Bev. THE UNITED STATES - 
OF AMERICA. Great seal of the U. S. AE. 68 
mm. By Dupre. 



356 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

INDIAN PEACE MEDALS. 

It was formerly the custom of the War Department to present medals to 
Indian chieftams on the conclusion of treaties of peace. Those medals 
had for obverse type a bust of the President of the United States and for 
reverse types appropriate designs referring to peace and friendship. The 
reverse designs of these medals have been appropriated for the reverses of 
the so-called Presidential Medals, with the result that it is impossible to 
decide which medals, presenting the Indian Peace Medal reverse designs, 
were ever employed for the purpose intended. For that reason the re- 
verse types of the Indian Peace Medals have been described without 
reference to any particular specimens in the cabinet, excepting, of course, 
No. 153. 

•153. 1767. Ohv. GEORGIVS. II. -DEI. GRATIA. Lau- 
reated bust, cuirassed, to left. Rev. let us look to 

THE MOST HIGH WHO BLESSED OUR FATHERS WITH 

PEACE. Beneath a tree, an Indian and a white man, 
seated, with a camp-fire between them, the latter offer- 
ing the pipe of peace; above, sun; Exergue, 1757. 
AR. 44 mm. By Duffield. 

*164. Ohv. Bust of the President. Ren. peace | and | 
FRIENDSHIP. Two hauds clasped; above, a pipe of 
peace and tomahawk in saltire. AE. 62 mm. 

* 154a. Ohv. Bust of the President. Reo. Indian and white 

man joining hands before a monument to Washington, 
on which is inscribed peace. AE. 63 mm. By 
Paquet. 

* 155. Ohv. Bust of the President. Rev, A pioneer with ax 

in hand, standing and talking to an Indian chief, before 
a cottage; above, PEACE; below, olive wreath over 
calumet and tomahawk in saltire. AE. 60 x 75 mm. 
By Morgan. 

This reverse is used for medals of Hayes, Garfield, Arthur, 
Cleveland, and Harrison. 

* 156. Ohv. Bust of the President. Rev. Two medallions, 

of which the one presents an Indian and his wigwam, 
the other a white pioneer farmer with his work horse 
and cottage, and a school house; above, olive branch 
and wreath over calumet and tomahawk in saltire, 
through which runs the word PEACE; below, 
on a scroll, PROGRESS, olive branches and a plow. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 357 

IV. AWAED MEDALS. 

MEDALS AWABDED BY CONGBESS FOB THE SAVTNG OF LIVES 

AT SEA. 

167. First Class. Obv. LIFE SAVING MEDAL OF THE 
FIRST CLASS —• UNITED STATES OF 
AM ERICA *. A crew of three men in a boat rescu- 
ing a man from the sea; on left, wrecked ship. Reo. 
IN TESTIMONY OF HEROIC DEEDS IN SAVING 
LIFE FROM THE PERILS OF THE SEA. Amonu- 
ment surmounted by an eagle; on right, anchor, sails, 
navigation instruments, and branch of laurel on corner 
of socle; on left, a woman standing and leaning against 
comer of the monument, with laurel wreath in left 
hand and with stylus in right ready to inscribe the 
name of hero; below, act of congress | june 20th. 
1874. AE. 76 mm. By Paquet. 

158. Second Class. Ohv. LIFE SAVING MEDAL OF THE 
SECOND CLASS. *UNITED STATES OF AMER- 
ICA.* A female figure in classical costume hovers 
over a man struggling in the waves and extends to him 
one end of a long scarf. Rev. Inscription as No. 157; 
a laurel wreath and at the top of the field inclosed 
thereby, act of congress june 20. 1874. AE. 62 mm. 
By Paquet. 

169. For American Sailors. Ohv. A man clinging to a floating 
mast which bears the letters U. S.; on left, a ship under 
full sail; above, clouds and vultures. R&o. A wreath 
of laurel (left) and oak (right) branches with an eagle 
grasping the crossed stems of the branches; at top of 
field so inclosed, thirty-one stars. AE. 62 mm. By 
Koehler. 

160. For Foreign Sailors. Obv. A sailor dragging a man up 
on a rock from the wreck of a ship that is half sunken 
just off the coast; to left, in the distance, a lighthouse; 
above, a scroll for name of recipient; below, leutze 
DEL. ELLIS sc. Rev. UNITED STATES OF AMER- 
ICA; within a circle, arms of the United States — an 
eagle displayed, bearing on breast shield with three 
stars in a chief azure, seven pales gules on a field ar- 



358 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

gent, olive branch in right claw, and arrows in the 
left — above, a scroll inscribed e pluribus unum. AE. 
66 mm. By Leutze and Ellis. 

161. Coast Survey Award Medal. Established 1846. Ohv. 

THE I TREASURY DEPARTMENT | OF THE UNITED STATES | 
COAST SURVEY . TO . . EeV. FOR | GALLAN- 
TRY I AND HUMANITY | DEO. 1846. | within laurel wreath. 
AE. 34 mm. 

162. Railroad life-Saving Medal. Established 1905. Ohv. A 

nude youth, with a large mantle in right and flaming 
torch in left hand, stands with knee upon a bowlder be- 
tween the rails of a railroad; in field, to left, lavs, vi 
-RTvns I HEROis. PR- AEMivM. | divided by oak branch. 
Rev. Around, THE. UNITED. STATES. MEDALFOR. 
LIFE.SAVING. ON. RAILROADS. A tablet for name 
of the recipient on a laurel wreath; above the tablet and 
within the wreath, .FOR. ] bravery. | awarded.to. — | 
and below, act of. congress | feb.23.1905. AE. 46 
mm. By A. Weinman. 

MARKSMANSHIP MEDALS. 

163. Distinguished Marksmanship, First Class. Ohv. COMPE- 

TITION OF DISTINGUISHED MARKSMANSHIP. 
An Indian discharging an arrow at a buffalo, from a 
horse in full pursuit; below, on border, Fl RST CLASS 
PRIZE. Rev. A laurel wreath. AE. 51 mm. 

164. The same, Second Class. Ohv. COMPETITION OF 

DISTINGUISHED MARKSMANSHIP. An Indian 
camp with three wigwams; below, SECOND CLASS 
PRIZE. Rev. A laurel wreath. AE. 51 mm. 

166. Army Marksmanship, First Prize. Ohv. FIRST PRIZE 
ARMY MARKSMANSHIP. An eagle volant, carry- 
ing rifle and laurel wreath in claws. Rev. A laurel 
wreath within a circle of pellets. AE. 48 mm. 

166. The same, Second Prize. Ohv. SECOND CLASS PRIZE 
ARMY MARKSMANSHIP. Bust of Mars, with head 
turned to left; wears Corinthian helmet adorned with 
quadriga in full career. Rev. Laurel wreath. AE. 
45 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 359 

167. The same, Third Prize. Ohv. THIRD CLASS PRIZE 

ARMY MARKSMANSHIP. Head of Pallas in tufted 
Attic helmet, to left; the helmet adorned with griflSn. 
BefV. Laurel wreath. AE. 45 mm. 

168. Department Marksmanship, First Prize. Ohv. FIRST 

PRIZE DEPARTMENT MARKSMANSHIP. A 
target on two guns, in saltire, over shield of the United 
States, which in turn is upon two large letters, U. S., 
in monogram, on crossed pennant staffs; above, five 
pointed star; the whole within a laurel wreath. Rev. 
Laurel wreath. AE. 41 mm. 

169. The same, Second Prize. 6>5v. DEPARTM ENT MARKS- 

MANSHIP. SECOND CLASS PRIZE. Stand of 
arms surmounted with helmet; behind, U. S. in mono- 
gram. Rev. A laurel wreath. AE. 38 mm. 

170. The same, Third Prize. Ohv. D E PA RT M E N T M A R KS- 

MANSHIP. THIRD CLASS PRIZE. Two swords 
in saltire on shield of arms of United States, with pistol 
in the chief azure, ^ev. Laurel wreath. AE. 38 mm. 

171. Cavalry competition. First Prize. Ohv. FIRST PRIZE 

CAVALRY COMPETITION. A cavalryman firing 
rifle from horse. Rev. Laurel wreath. AE. 45 mm. 

172. The same, Second Prize. Ohv. SECOND CLASS PRIZE 

CAVALRY COMPETITION. Cavalryman firing rifle 
from kneeling position. Rev. Laurel wreath. AE. 
41 mm. 

173. The same. Third Prize. Ohv. THIRD CLASS PRIZE 

CAVALRY COMPETITION. Cavalryman, dis- 
mounted, firing from rest. Rev. Laurel wreath. AE. 
41 mm. 

174. Revolver match. First Prize. Ohv. REVOLVER MATCH. 

FIRST PRIZE. Four cavalrymen riding abreast to 
left, and firing revolvers. Rev. Laurel wreath. AE. 
41 mm. 
176. The same. Second Prize. Ohv. REVOLVER MATCH. 
SECOND CLASS PRIZE. Cavalryman with horse at 
full speed firing with revolver at an Indian who, 
standing on the ground, discharges arrow at former. 
Rev. Laurel wreath. AE. 38 mm. 



360 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

176. The same, Third Prize. OU. REVOLVER MATCH. 
THIRD CLASS PRIZE. Cavalryman, dismounted, 
holding horse and firing revolver. Reu. Laurel 
wreath. AE. 38 mm. 



177. Medal of Honor, The Navy. A five-point star, the points 

terminating in trefoils with a wreath of oak and laurel 
on each ray; within a circle of thirty-four stars, 
America, in classical costume, with helmet surmounted 
by an eagle, the left hand supporting fasces with ax, 
and holding shield of the U. S. in the right, van- 
quishes Discord who is armed with serpents. Mouiit, 
Anchor. Ribbon^ 1 inch wide, red and white stripes 
with chief azure. Clasps^ (1) open bar, three-eighths 
inch wide, of fasces, on which a star; (2) similar bar 
without the star. Institution^ Act of Congress of 
December 21, 1861. AR. By Paquet. 

178. Medal of Honor, The Army. Medal similar to No. 177. 

Mounts two cannon barrels, in saltire, upon which lies 
a sword, surmounted by an eagle; below, eight cannon 
balls. Ribbon^ as No. 177. Clasp, shield of arms of 
the U. S. between two cornucopise filled with fruits, 
the base of the shield flanked with laurel branches. 
Institution, Act of Congress of July 12, 1862. AR. 
By Paquet. 

179. Good Conduct Medal, Marine Corps. Obv. Within a rope 

circle, a gunner standing behind a gun; below; a scroll 
inscribed SEMPER FiDELis; around, UNITED STATES 
MARINE CORPS; the whole over an anchor and 
within the chain of the anchor. JRev. FIDELITY 
ZEAL OBEDIENCE. Mount,?, musket. Ribbon,!^ 
inch wide, red, blue, and red. Clasps, (1) plain bar, 
(2) bar inscribed marine corps. 

180. Good Conduct Medal, The Navy. Obv. Within a rope 

circle, warship sailing to right; below, constitution; 
around, UNITED STATES NAVY; the whole over an 
anchor and within the chain of the anchor. Rev. As 
No. 179. Unmounted. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 361 

181. Badge of the Grand Army of the Republic. Five-pointed 

star, the points terminating in trefoils, with star on 
each trefoil; on the rays, two muskets, two cannon 
barrels, a trumpet, an anchor, and two swords in sal- 
tire, respectively; within a circular band inscribed 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC, 1861-VETERAN-1866. 

America, with tufted helmet and long classical robe, 
standing facing; before her, soldier and sailor joining 
hands above the heads of a kneeling woman and a 
child; to left, flag and eagle: to right, flag and fasces. 
Bibhon^ inch wide, red and white stripes with thirteen 
stars in a chief azure. Clasp^ two cannon barrels 
cross-wise, over which lies a sword surmounted by an 
eagle; beneath, eight cannon balls. 

182. American Red Cross. First Aid Competition. Oh). 

AMERICAN RED CROSS. Facing figure of a female 
in classical costume, standing with hands extended, the 
one above a widowed mother, seated on the right, with 
babe in arms, the other over a bearded soldier kneel- 
ing on the left; below, olive branch. Bev. Beneath a 
laurel wreath, awarded to | | first aid | com- 
petition. AE. 32 mm. By Morgan. 

MEDALS AWARDED BY SCHOOLS SCIENTIFIC AND OTHER 

SOCIETIES. 

183. American Institute of Architects. OU. PRESENTED 

BY THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHI- 
TECTS • ORGANIZED M.D.C.C.C.LVII.* Three 
busts, laureated, in a row, to left. Bev. An eagle, 
laying hold of laurel branch with claws and bill. AE. 
67 mm. By Weinmann. 

184. Alcorn University. Oh). ALCORN UNIVERSITY OF 

MISSISSIPPI FOUNDED 1871. A bust to right. 

Bev. awarded to . A wreath. AE. 40 

mm. By Barber. 

186. Carnegie Hero Fund. Oh). CARNEGIE HERO FUND 

ESTABLISHED APRIL 15, 1904. Bust of Mr. 

Carnegie to right. Bev. GREATER LOVE HATH NO 
MAN THAN THIS THAT A MAN LAY DOWN HIS 



362 CATAL.OGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

LIFE FOR HIS FRIEND. Three shields of arms- 
United States, Canada, and Newfoundland — on a map 
of North America, and tablet for name of recipient 

inscribed awarded to . AR. 76 mm. By 

Osborne. 

186. College of the City of New York. Obv. LIGHT, LIB- 

ERTY, LAW. A female bust, diademate, to left; stars 
on forehead. Reo. the new tork free academy | 

WAS FOUNDED | 1847 | BY ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE | 
AND I VOTE OF THE CITIZENS. | ITS NAME WAS CHANGED 
I 1866 I BY ACT TAKING EFFECT | MAY 1 | TO | COLLEGE 

OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. AE. 60 Hmi. By Key. 

187. Cornell University, College of Architecture. Obo. On the 

right of a large disk, a female figure, with heavy 
drapery drawn back and raised above her head with 
left hand, and bearing a model of a peristyle temple in 
her right, is floating in the air; on the left of the tab- 
let sits a youthful figure in a winged car, while Fame 
behind him, also winged, is blowing a trumpet. Reo. 

COLLEGE OF | ARCHITECTURE | CORNELL VNI | VERSITY. 
THE I CHARLES GOODWIN | SANDS MEMORIAL. A COm- 

pass within a wreath of oak and laurel branches; be- 
low, a winged disk. AE. 76 mm. By Grufly. 

188. Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, 1876. Obo. A female 

seated left amid machinery, tools, and the products of 
art and industry — a cogwheel, anvil, palette, bust, and 
a vase, with a factory to right in the distance; around, 
four seated female figures representing four different 
civilizations — classical, oriental, Egyptian, and Ameri- 
can — and thirty-six stars in four groups of nine each. 
Reo, INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. PHILA- 
DELPHIA, MDCCCLXXVI. Within a laurel wreath, 

AWARDED BY | UNITED STATES \ CENTENNIAL | COMMIS- 
SION. AE. 76 mm. By Mitchell. 

189. Colnmbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893. Ohv. Columbus 

landing in the western world; behind him, flag-bearer 
with large Spanish flag, followed by a second com- 
panion; on right, at top of field, plvs | vltra between 
two pillars of Hercules; in field, Christopher | co- 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 363 

LVMBVS I OCT. XII j Mccccxcii. By Augustus Saint- 
Gaudens. Ren. world's . Columbian . exposition | in. 

COMMEMORATION . OF . THE . FOUR. HUNDREDTH. ANNIVER- 
SARY I OF . THE . LANDING . OF . COLUMBUS | MDCCCXCH . 

MDCCCXcni. I TO . upon a large tablet; above, 

a globe to the left of which Fame blowing a trumpet 
and History on the right with tablet and stylus; at 
each end of the large tablet, a torch; below, a Spanish 
galley. AE. 57 mm. By C. E. Barber. 

190. Cotton States Exposition, Atlanta, 1895. Oh). ATLANTA, 

GEORGIA, U. S. A. Columbia in long chiton, holding 
a cornucopia filled with fruits in right arm, standing 
to left; in front of her, a winged wheel, and a small 
winged genius bearing a tablet inscribed industry; in 
background to left, an exposition building. Reo. 

COTTON STATES | AND INTERNATIONAL | EXPOSITION | 
AWARDED TO | (sOUVENIR) | ATLANTA | GEORGIA | U.S.A. 

I MDCCCXCV. between a palm branch (left) and stock of 
cotton (right); above, an eagle. AE. 57 mm. By 
Martiny. 

191. Howard Worcester Gilbert, Old English Prize. Obd. Bust of 

KingAlfred, facing; infield, ALFRED — 871-901. 
Beo. HOWARD WORCESTER GILBERT OLD 
ENGLISH PRIZE, FOUNDED 1895. Wreath. AE. 
45 mm. By Morgan. 

192. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. Grand 

Prize. Olv. VNIVERSAL. EXPOSITION . SAINT. 
LOVIS . VNITED . STATES . OF . AMERICA. Col- 
umbia in talaric chiton, standing facing, her mantle 
spread out behind her with both hands and extending 
over a half -nude young girl with hair in braids, stand- 
ing, her head turned to left toward Columbia; below, 
in exergue, m.o.m.iv. Rev. A large eagle, standing on 
a tablet inscribed, grand prize | lovisiana pvrchase | 
exposition; below, two dolphins. Pentagonal. AE. 
63 X 74 mm. By Weinman.. 

193. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. Gold 

Medal. Types same as No. 192, but reading gold medal, 
etc., on reverse; triangular, with sides curved outward. 
AE. 71 mm. 



364 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

194. Louisiana Purchase Exposision, St. Louis, 1904. Silver 

Medal. Types same as No. 192, but reading silver 
MEDAL, etc., on reverse; square. AE. 67 x 67 mm. 

195. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, 1904. Bronze 

Medal. Types same as No. 192, but reading bronze 
MEDAL, etc., on reverse; round. AE. 67 mm. 

196. Pulton Institute, Lancaster, Pa. Ohv. FULTON INSTI- 

TUTE.LANCASTER PA. FOUNDED 1858. Bust of 

Fulton, to right. Ren. awarded | to . An 

oak wreath. AR. 60 mm. By Key. 

197. Franklin Institute. The Scott Premium. Obo. FRANK- 

LIN INSTITUTE OF THE STATE OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA. Bust of Franklin, to left. ^^. the scott 

PREMIUM TO THE MOST DESERVI^^G. AE. 54 mm. 

198. Maryland Institute. Obv. MARYLAND INSTITUTE 

FOR THE PROMOTION OF THE MECHANIC 
ARTS. A female, standing, holding scales in left 
hand, sword and olive branch in right; ships in the har- 
bor; below, BALTIMORE. RefO. AWARDED TO ; 

a wreath. AE. 50 mm. 

199. Massachusetts Humane Society. Oh). HUMANE SO- 

CIETY OF — MASSACHUSETTS. Ashieldwith 
two boats in a chief azure, a ship on a base azure, and 
on the fess gules, two hands clasped; above, a house 
marked refuge. Refo. reward of merit, courage 
AND PERSEVERANCE. AE. 57 mm. By Wyon. 

200. Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association. Ohv. A 

female in a Greek chiton, seated amid various tools, 
wheels,etc. i?€V. MASSACHUSETTS CHARITABLE 

MECHANIC ASSOCIATION founded, 1785 - 

INCOR. 1806. A wreath. AE. 50 mm. B}'^ Mitchell. 

201. Metropolitan Mechanics Institute. Oh). Bust of Wash- 

ington, to left. Rev. presented by , with 

escutcheon for the name of recipient. AE. 40 mm. 
By Mitchell. 

202. Middlesex Mechanic Association, Lowell, Mass. Oho, 

MIDDLESEX MECHANIC ASSOCIATION, LOW- 
ELL, MASS. Arm and hammer, and scales; beneath, 
scroll inscribed, we aim to be just. Rev. awarded 
to ; wreath. AE. 38 mm. By Wright. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 365 

203. National Academy of Design. Ohv. NATIONAL ACAD- 

EMYOFDESIGN. A female seated to left, plucking 
laurel leaves for a wreath. Rev. Plain. AE. 50 nam. 
By Brenner. 

204. Pittsburg Female College. Oh). THOMAS M^KEE 

PRIZE FORSUPERIOR EXCELLENCE IN MUSIC. 
Bust, to left. Rev. A laurel wreath; above PITTS- 
BURG FEMALE COLLEGE; below, laurus dignis- 
siMO {sic.) DETUR. AE. 41 mm. By Key. 
206. Peabody Medal. Institution unnamed. (95y. PEA BODY 
MEDAL. A bearded man in academical gown steering 
a boat, while a youth sets the sails; below, education 

A DEBT DUE — FROM THE PRESENT — TO FUTURE — GEN- 
ERATIONS. Rev. A wreath of oak, on which is hung a 

scroll inscribed presented to . AE. 45 mm. 

By Mitchell. 

206. Pennsylvania Institute of Philadelphia. Oh). PENN- 

SYLVANIA INSTITUTE OF PHILADELPHIA. A 
youth, laureate, seated to left, holding a sketch of a 
portrait in right hand; below, 1855. Rev. Wreath of 
oak; above, second premium. AE. 41 mm. By 
Chormann. 

207. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Jennie Sesnan 

Prize. Oh). PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF THE 
FINE ARTS. A nude youth, seated to right, holding 
a tablet in left hand; below, founded 1805. Rev. the | 

JENNIE SESNAN | PRIZE | IN | MEMORIAM | SARAH | CAZ- 

enove I ROBERTS | between branches of laurel; below, 
founded 1902. AE. 45 mm. By Saven. 

208. Portsmouth, Virginia, High School. Ohv. A school build- 

ing; above, on a scroll, palmam qui meruit ferat. 
Rev. PRESENTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE 
TOWN OF PORTSMOUTH VIRGINIA. A wreath. 
AE. 63 mm. By Mitchell. 

209. Rumford Medal for Discoveries in light or Heat. Oh). 

BENJAMIN COUNT RUMFORD. Bust, to left; 
below, born 1753 DIED 1814. Rev. Around, RUM- 

FORD MEDAL FOR DISCOVERIES IN LIGHT OR 
HEAT; in the field, awarded | by the | American 

academy I of I ARTS AND SCIENCES | TO . AE. 

65 mm. By Fuerst. 



366 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

210. Tuberculosis, International Congress on, Washington, 1908. 

Ohv. A nurse, standing facing, her hands upraised and 
in the left a winged hour-glass; at her feet, a winged 
dragon; from^above burst rays of light in which is the 
word LVMEN. Rev. An eagle on U. S. shield within 
a wreath; below, the international congress | on 

TVBEBCVLOSIS | WASHINGTON 1908 | AWARDS THIS MEDAL 

TO . AE. 50 mm. By Brenner. 

211. University of Pennsylvania. For Architectural Design. 

Ohv. A tablet surmounted by lamp of Science, in a 
niche with columns and entablature; at bottom of 

tablet, UNIVERSITY I OF I PENNSYLVANIA. ReV. THE | 
ARTHUR 8PAYD | BROOKE | MEMORIAL | PRIZE | On a 

scroll resting on a laurel branch; below, for | merit 
IN I architectural I DESIGN. Rectangular, 35 x 50 
mm. By Paul Cret. 

212. Vessel Owners Association, Philadelphia. Ohv. VESSEL 

OWNERS &. CAPTAINS ASSOCIATION OF PHIL'A. 
Storm at sea, wrecked ship and boat engaged in rescue; 
below, REWARD of merit. Refv. awarded to ; 

laurel wreath. AE. 75 mm. By Lawrence, and W. 
and C. Barber. 

213. Washington and Lee University. For Oratory. Ohv. 

WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY. Busts of 
Washington and Lee, jugate, to right. Rev. A 
wreath of laurel; in field, orator medal | awarded 
TO . JUNE 18. AE. 50 mm. B}^ Barber. 

214. Worcester High School. Bullock Medal. 6>Jv. WORCES- 

TER HIGH SCHOOL. BULLOCK MEDAL. A 

female, coroneted, seated to left, extending a laurel 

wreath; below, 1859. Rev. awarded to. 

Wreath of laurel. AE. 41 mm. By Kinny and 

Lang. 

215. Worcester County Mechanics Association. Ohv. A female 

in long chiton and peplos, standing facing, amid 
tools, machinery, and instruments of science. Rev. 
WORCESTER COUNTY MECHANICS ASSOCIA- 
TION . 1 841 . Plain field. AE. 44 mm. By Mitchell. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 367 
AWARDS OF AGRICUIiTTJRAL SOCIETIES. 

216. Ohv. UNITED STATES AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

A female clad in long chiton, seated facing, holding a 
wreath in her upraised right hand and a sickle in her 
left. Exergue, MDCccLii. ^ev. awarded to , 

on a scroll, at top; a plow and wreath at bottom. AE. 
74.5 mm. By Mitchell. 

217. Oh). CONNECTICUT STATE AGRICULTURAL SO- 

CIETY. Shield of arms resting on an anvil, a sheaf of 
grain above; on each side, a woman standing; in ex- 
ergue, iNCORP.MAY I 1852. Bev. Oak wreath; awarded 
TO , at top. AE. 50 mm. By Smith and 

Hartman. 

218. Ohv. LANCASTER CO. AGRICULTURAL &. ME- 

CHANICAL SOCIETY 1858. An undraped bust of 
Washington, to right; below, the farmer of mount 
VERNON. Reo. A broken column, farm implements, 
and stalks.of corn and wheat; awarded to 
AE. 45 mm. By Key. 

219. Ohv. MICHIGAN STATE AGRICULTURAL SO- 

CIETY. A female, seated to right; her right hand 
resting on a shield of arms; on the left, ships in the 
harbor; on the right, sheaf of grain and farm imple- 
ments. Rev. MICHIGAN STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 
ORGANIZED MARCH 24, 1849; in field, TO FOR 

AT THE MEETING 18 . AE. 59 mm. By 
Wright. 

220. Ohv. THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE AGRICUL- 

TURAL SOCIETY. Seal of Pennsylvania; below, 
INSTITUTED | A.D. | 1851. Rev. Wreath of oak and 
grapes and corn and wheat. White metal. 63.5 mm. 
By Morin. 

221. Ohv. THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF PHILA- 

DELPHIA; above, VENERATE THE PLOUGH; a 
yoke of oxen hitched to a plow; below, the agri- 
cultural I SOCIETY I OF PHILADELPHIA. Rev. Har- 
row, cradle, churn, rake, and other farm implements, 
AE. 50 mm. 



368 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

VI. HISTORICAL MEDALS. 

222. Destruction of Kittanning, 1756. Ohv. THE GIFT OF 
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF PHILA- 
DELPHIA. Shield of arms. Bev. KITTANNING 
DESTROYED BY COL ARMSTRONG. Alog-built 
town in flames. Exergue, September 8, 1756. AE. 
45 mm. 

223-224. Battles of Saratoga and Yorktown, and American Inde- 
pendence, 1777, 1781. Ohv. LI BE RTAS AMERICANA. 
Bust of Liberty, with loose flowing hair; to left, a liberty 
pole surmounted with cap over shoulder; below, 4 july, 
1776. Reo. NON SINE DIIS ANIMOSUS INFANS. 
Pallas, armed with spear and shield, protecting from 
attack of a lion the infant Heracles, who is throttling 
two serpents which have attacked him while sleeping; 
17 1777 

in exergue, got. AE. 48 mm. By Dupr6. 

225. Washington, Military and Civil Career. • Ohv. GEORGE 

WASHINGTON. His bust in military uniform, to 
right; on truncation, twigg. Reo. general | of the 

AMERICAN I ARMIES. 1775. | RESIGN'd THE | COMMAND. 
1783. I ELECTED PRESIDENT | OF THE UNITED j STATES | 

1789. White metal. 36 mm. 

226. Washington, 1775-1795. Olv. Bust of Washington, to 

left. Rev. GENERAL I OF THE AMERICAN | AR^VIIES. 1775. | 
RESIGNED COM5IAND 1783. | ELECTED PRESIDENT OF | THE 
UNITED STATES 1789 | RE-ELECTED 1795. | RESIGN'd | 1797. 

White metal. 38 mm. By Wyon. 

227. Washington, 1796. Ohv. GEORGE WASHINGTON. 

Bust to right, in citizen's clothes; below, 1 796. Rev. In 
three concentric lines, genl. op the American armies 

1795 I ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 1789. | 

RESIGNED THE PRESIDENCY 1796. Within the inner circle 
of the inscription and inclosed by a circle of dots, a 
cannon barrel and bundle of fasces, in saltire, over 
which lie a caduceus and a scroll inscribed, repub | 
AMERi. AE. 33 mm. By W. Wyon. 

228. Washington. Similar to No. 226, but of white metal. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 369 

229. Washington. Similar to No. 226, but with dates of birth 

and death beneath the bust. 

230. Washington, 1789. Oh). GEORGE WASHINGTON 

BORN IN VIRGINIA. Bust, to left; beneath, feb. 

11, I 1732. RefD. GENERAL | OF THE [ AMERICAN ARMIES | 
RESIGNED I 1783. | PRESIDENT ] OF THE | UNITED 

STATES I 1789. AE. 48 mm. By Manley. 

-A^231. Washington, The Presidency Relinquished, 1797. Oh). 
G.WASHINGTON PRES. UNIT.STA. Bust to 

right. ^^. COM MISS. RESIGNED: PRESIDENCY 
RELINQ; in exergue, 1797. Sword and fasces in a 
wreath on a casket. AE. 64 mm. By Halladay. 

232. Washington, Death of, 1799. 6>5v. GEORGE WASH- 
INGTON. Bust to left, within a wreath of laurel. 
Reo. HE IS IN GLORY THE WORLD IN TEARS. 
A cinerary urn on a tomb, flanked with military arms 
and flags; on left, Pallas with shield of arms of the 
U. S. bends over the tomb, while an infant weeps over 
the urn; below, born feb. 11 1732. ob.dec. 14, 1799. 
White metal. 57 mm. 

• 233. Washington. Wreath. Oh). Bust to right, by Du 
Vivier. Refv. born | 1732 | died | 1799 | within a 
wreath. AE. 19 mm. By Paquet. 

234. Washington. Death of, 1799. Wreath. Oh). Bust, to 
right. The Du Vivier bust; see No. 1. Refo. Dates of 
birth and death within a laurel wreath. AE. 32 mm. 

236. Dedication of New York City Hall, 1812. Oh). D E WITT 
CLINTON, MAYOR. Bust to right. Reo. NEW 
YORK CITY HALL. City Hall building. Exergue, 

founded, may 26, 1803, OCCUPIED MAY 4, 1812. White 

metal. 33 mm. By Fiirst. 

236. Capt. Oliver H. Perry. State of Pennsylvania for Vic- 
tory on lake Erie, 1813. Oh). OLIVERUS HAZARD 
PERRY. PRO PATRIA VICIT. Bust of Perry, to 
right; below, presented by the government of 
PENNSYLVANIA. Rec. WE HAVE METTHE ENEMY 
AND THEY ARE OURS. Scene of the battle, with 
Perry standing in a small boat as he is being trans- 

1666°— 12 2\ 



370 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

f erred from the Lawrence to the Niagara; in exergue, 

BRITISH FLEET ON LAKE ERIE CAPTURED SEPTEMBER 10, 

1813. AE. 59 mm. By Fiirst. 

237. Pennsylvania Volnnteers in Battle of lake Erie, 1813. 

Ohv. Similar to No. 236. ^^. W E H A V E M ET T H E 
ENEMY AND THEY ARE OURS. Within a wreath 
of laurel, to ; below, in testimony of his | 

PATRIOTISM AND BRAVERY | IN THE NAVAL ACTION ON | 
LAKE ERIE, | SEPTEMBER 10, 1813. 

238. First Steam Coinage in the United States, 1836. Ohv. A 

liberty cap in a glory. Rev. UN ITED STATES M INT; 
within a circle, first | steam | coinage | mar. 26., with 
date, 1836, below. AE. 28 mm. 

239. Qninnipiack-New Haven, 1838. Obv. QUINNIPIACK 

1838. A religious meeting under a tree; below, the 
desert shall rejoice. Bev. NEW HAVEN 1838. 
View of the campus of Yale University; below, and 
BLOSSOM as the ROSE. Electrotypes. 56 mm. 

240. Gen. Winfield Scott, 1848. Ohv. WIN FIELD SCOTT. 

Nude bust to left above a tablet flanked with flags, arms, 
and eagles; the tablet inscribed the commonwealth of 

VIRGINIA I PRESENTS THIS MEDAL TO | MAJOR GENERAL 
WINFIELD SCOTT | AS A MEMORIAL OF HER ADJURATION | 
FOR THE GREAT AND DISTINGUISHED | SERVICES OF HER 
SON 1 WHILST COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF | OF THE AMERICAN 
ARMIES IN THE [ WAR WITH MEXICO | 1847. ReV. A 

column surmounted by an eagle, which is seizing a 
laurel wreath; on the base, 1812; on the capital, 1848; 
in distance, mountains and representations of the battle 
grounds of the Mexican campaign; above, fecit quod 
cogitavit; in exergue, from Virginia; the whole within 
a wreath of oak and laurel combined. AE. 89 mm. 
Electrotypes. By Wright. 

241. lient. Col. Bliss for Mexican Campaign, 1849. Ohv. 

PRESENTED TO LIEUT: COL: BLISS OF THE 
U. S. A. Bust to right; below, for his gallant 

services in MEXICO | BY THE STATE OF NEW YORK. 

Meo. An oval shield, surmounted by an eagle, and sup- 
ported by two females, one holding a sword, the other 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 371 

a liberty pole and cap; on left, a ship; on right, a loco- 
motive; around, MONTEREY. BUENA VISTA. PALO 
ALTO. RESACA DE LA PALMA. AE. 70 mm. By 
C. W. & C. C. Wright. 

242. Gen. Zachary Taylor. Death of, 1850. Obv, ZACHARY 

TAYLOR. Bust to right. Rev. general | zachary 

TAYLOR I BORN | IN ORANGE COUNTY VA, ] NOVEMBER 2. 
1784 I ENTERED U. S. ARMY | MAY 3. 1808 | ELECTED PRES- 
IDENT OF I THE U. S. DECEMBER 1848 | DIED JULY 9. 1850. 

AE. 67 mm. By C. C. Wright. 

243. Gen. Zachary Taylor. Medal Presented by the State of 

Louisiana. Olv. BUENA VISTA. PALO ALTO. RE- 
SACA DE LA PALMA. A battle scene. Rev. STATE 
OF LOUISIANA TO MAJ. GEN. ZACHARY TAY- 
LOR. A pelican in nest with fledglings ; above, justice 
over a pair of scales; below, union and confidence. 
Electrotypes. 76 mm. 

244. Henry Clay. Obv. HENRY CLAY. Nude bust to left;- 

below, BORN APRIL 1 1777. DIED JUNE 29 1852. R&G. THE 

ELOQUENT DEFENDER OF NATIONAL RIGHTS 
AND NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE. Arighthand 
laid upon a parchment inscribed, constitution. Elec- 
trotypes. 76 mm. 

245. New York Industrial Exhibition, 1863. Obv. A winged 

male figure, wearing chlamys and carrying a winged 
globe in his right hand, presents Industry (female 
figure) to be crowned by City of New York, represented 
by standing female with mural crown. Rem. exhibi- 
tion I OP the I INDUSTRY | OF ALL NATIONS. | NEW- 
YORK I 1853 I within a laurel wreath. 76 mm. By C. C. 
Wright. 

246. Dr. E. K. Kane, Grinnell Arctic Expedition, 1853. Obv. 

DR. E. K. KAN E. Nude bust to right. Rev. born in 

PHILA. pa. I FEB. 3, 1822, | COMMANDER OF THE | GRIN- 
NELL ARCTIC I EXPEDITION | MAY 30, 1853. | DIED | FEB. 

14. 1857. AE. 38 mm. By Key. 
*247. Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry. For Treaty of 
Peace with Japan, 1854. (9Jr. COM MODORE M.C. 
PERRY. Bust to left. Rev. presented I to I com. 



372 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

M. C. PERRY I SPECIAL MINISTER FROM THE | U. 8. A. | BY 
MERCHANTS OF BOSTON | IN TOKEN OF THEIR APPRECIA- 
TION I OF HIS SERVICES IN NEGOTIATING | A TREATY WITH 
JAPAN, I SIGNED AT YOKU-HAMA, | MARCH 31, | AND 
WITH LEW-CHEW | AT NAPA, JULY 11 | 1854 | within a 

wreath of oak and laurel, the branches united by a ring 
inscribed Mississippi. AE. 63 mm. By Mitchell. 

248. San Francisco, Committee of Vigilance, 1856. Obv. 

COMMITTEE OF VIGILANCE. An eye in a glory; 
around, organized 9 june 1851. reorganized 14th 
MAY, 1856. Rev. BE JUST AND FEAR NOT. FIAT 
JUSTITIA RUATCOELUM. A female representing 
San Francisco, standing facing, holding scales in right 
and sword in left hand; below, san francisco, | Cali- 
fornia. AV. 36 mm. 

249. Inang^iration of the Washington Cabinet of Medals (now 

the Numismatic Collection) in the mint at Philadelphia, 
1860. Ohv. GEORGE WASHINGTON. . BORN 
FEB. 22 1732. DIED DEC. 14, 1799. Nude bust to 
right; below, paquet f. (the bust on this medal is in 
fact a copy of the bust by Du Vivier made for the 
"Washington Before Boston " medal). Bev. WASH- 
INGTON CABI.NET OF MEDALS. U. S. MINT. . 
INAUGURATED FEB. 22. 1860. A cabinet of Wash- 
ington medals within a railing, and surmounted by a 
bust of Washington. AR. 59 mm. By Du Vivier- 
Paquet. 

• 250. First Embassy from Japan, 1860. Oh). JAMES BU- 
CHANAN PRESIDENTOFTHE UNITED STATES. 
Bust, to right. Bev. in | commemoration | of the | 

FIRST EMBASSY FROM [ JAPAN | TO THE | UNITED STATES 

1 1860 I within an oak wreath. AE. 76 mm. By Paquet. 

251. Robert Anderson. Defense of Fort Snmpter, 1861. Obv. 
ROBERT — ANDERSON. Nude bust to right. 
Bev. THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEW- 
YORK, HONORS THE DEFENDERS | —OF FORT 
SUMPTER, FIRST TO WITHSTAND TREASON. 
A soldier replacing a flag on top of fort. AE. 64 mm. 
By Miiller. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 373 

•262. Oath of Allegiance by Mint Officials, 1861. Obv. THE 
CONSTITUTION IS SACREDLY OBLIGATORY 
ON ALL. Bust of Washington, to left. Refv. u. s. 

MINT I OATH OF ALLEGIANCE | TAKEN BY THE | OFFICERS 
AND WORKMEN | SEPT. 9. 1861. JAS. POLLOCK DIR. | within 

an olive wreath. AE. 30 mm. By Du Vivier-Paquet. 

*253. Abraham Lincoln, Emancipation Proclamation, 1863. 

Olv. ABRAHAM LINCOLN PRESIDENT UNITED 
STATES. Nude bust to right. Refv. march 4 { 1861 | 

TO I APRIL 15, 1861 | EMANCIPATION | PROCLAIMED | JAN. 

1. 1863. Exergue, medal series of the | u. s. mint. 
AE. 50 mm. By Barber. 

254. Gen. George G. Meade. Battle of Gettysburg. ^5v. PRE- 

SENTED JULY 4TH. 1866 TO MAJ. GEN. GEORGE 
G. MEADE BY THE UNION LEAGUE OF PHILA- 
DELPHIA. I AS A TOKEN OF THE GRATITUDE OF HIS 

COUNTRYMEN. Nude bust to right. Revi. the victor 

AT GETTYSBURG. THE DELIVERER OF OUR STATE. THE 
FAITHFUL SOLDIER OF OUR COUNTRY. * 1862 *. Co- 
lumbia, coroneted, seated to right, holding flag sur- 
mounted with liberty cap, and presenting a wreath to 
Gen. Meade who stands before her. AE. 79 mm. 
By Paquet. 

255. Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan. Oh). MAJ. GEN. 

GEORGE B. — MCCLELLAN. Nude bust to left. 

R€f\). NEC QUERERE | NEC SPERNERE [ HONOREM within 

a wreath. AE. 35 mm. By Lovett. 

256. North Western Sanitary Fair, Chicago, 111., 1865. Olm. 

MEMORIAM IN AETERNAM. Nude bust of Brest. 
Lincoln, to right; below, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 
Reo. NORTH WESTERN — SANITARY FAIR. 
Columbia, with long chiton, standing to left and hold- 
ing a large flag in left hand; to right, the lake and 
ships; to left, camp, and a mountain, over which rises 
the sun; in front, barrels and boxes of merchandise; 
in exergue, Chicago, ill | 1865. AE. 57 mm. By 
Paquet. 

257. Abraham Lincoln, Second Inauguration, 1865. (95^.1809* 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN •1865. Bust, beardless, to 



374 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

right. Ren. with | malice. toward. | noneowith. 

CHARITY I FOR ALLo WITH. FIRMNESS. | IN. THE. RIGHT. AS. 
GOD. I GIVES VS. TO SEE. THE. | RIGHT. LET. VS. STRIVE. 
ON I ******* I LET. VS. HAVE. FAITH, etc. AE. 

33 mni. By H. Zearing. 

258. Abraham Lincoln, 1866. Ohv. SALVATOR PATRIAE. 
Bust to right. Refo. in | memory | of the | life acts 

AND death I OF | ABRAHAM LINCOLN | BORN FEBRUARY 

12, 1809 I DIED APRIL 15, 1865 | within a laurel wreath in 
which is entwined a ribbon inscribed pub by the- 

AMERICAN-NUMISMATIC-AND-ARCHAEOLOGICAL-SOCIETY- 

NEW YORK. AE. 84 mm. By Siegel. 

*269. Abraham Lincoln. Death, 1865. Oho. ABRAHAM 
LINCOLN. Bust to right; beneath, 1 865. ^^. heis 

IN GLORY AND THE NATION IN TEARS. A broken COlumn, 

flanked with flags; below, born feb. 12, 1809 | assassi- 
nated I APR. 14, 1865. White metal. 50 mm. By Key. 

260. Pennsylvania Volunteers, at Battle of Gettysburg, 1863. 

6>Jv. PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. The arms 
of Pennsylvania; below, Gettysburg | july 3, 1863. 
RefV). A trophy of military arms and flags; an eagle in 
flight with arrows in right and wreath in left claw; 
above, bull run. cedar mt. chancellorville | Fred- 
ericksburg. I ANTiETAM. | in curved lines; bclow, ME- 

CHANICSVILLE | GAINES' MHX. GREENDALE. | CHATTA- 
NOOGA. LOOKOUT MTN. I in curved lines. AR. 39 mm. 

261. Unveiling "Washington Statue, Union Square, New York, 

1861. Oh). Head of Washington, to right; around, a 
ribbon held by an eagle above, bearing the inscription, 

TALEM FERENT NULLUM SECLA FUTURA VIRUM. RefO. 

Side view of the statue. White metal. 50 mm. By 
G. H. Lovett. 

262. First Production of Copper in Colorado, 1860. Oho. M N - 

NIER METALLURGIC TREATMENT OF SUL- 
PHURETS. Interior view of a smelter. ^^. Infield, 

STRUCK FROM | THE | FIRST COPPER | PRODUCED | IN | 

COLORADO 1 1866; around, THE MONNIER METAL- 
LURGICAL COMPANY OF COLORADO. AE. 
76 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 375 

263. Andrew Johnson. Ohv. Bust to right. B^. with cour- 
age AND FIDELITY HE DEFENDED THE CONSTITUTION 
AND BY JUSTICE AND MAGNANIMITY RESTORED ALIEN- 
ATED STATES, within a wreath of oak and laurel. AE. 
f6 mm. By Barber. 

*264. Completion of the Union Pacific Railway, 1869. Ohv. 
PRESIDENCY — OF U.S. GRANT. Bustto right; 

below, THE OCEANS UNITED | BY RAILWAY | MAY 10, 1869. 

Rev. A railway train among the mountains; above, 

EVERY MOUNTAIN SHALL BE MADE LOW. ExergUe, 
MEDAL SERIES OF THE U. S. MINT. AE. 44 mm. 

265. Rebuilding of Chicago. Ohv. View of the burning city, 

above which, Angel of Destruction with drawn sword; 
in exergue, Chicago oct. 3-9 1871 | fort dearborn, 
CHic° I 1812. Rev. MADE FROM CHICAGO COURT 
HOUSE BELL. A phoenix; below, semper resur- 
gens. AE. 50 mm. By W. Barber. 

266. Washington Grays. Ohu A. C. WASH I NGTON GRAYS 

SEMI CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY, APRIL 19, 
1872; within an oak wreath, to | our | fallen | 
brave I 1861-1865. Rev, Names of the officers who fell 
during the war, within a wreath of oak and laurel. 
AE. 50 mm. 

• 267. Ulysses S. Grant, Peace Medal. Ohv. UNITED STATES 
OFAMERICA.— LIBERTY JUSTICE AND EQUAL- 
ITY. Bust to right; above, "let us have peace"; 
below, calumet and olive branch, the whole within a 
laurel wreath. Rev. A globe surmounted by a Bible, 
and flanked by implements of agriculture; above, ON 
EARTH PEACE, below, GOOD WILL TOWARD 
M E N— 1 871 , within circle of stars. AE. 63 mm. By 
Paquet. 

268. Mecklenberg Declaration of Independence. Ohv. A liberty 
cap and a hornet's nest on a branch; below, 1775-1875, 
two hands clasped; the whole surrounded with rays. 
Rev. MECHLENBERG DECLARATION OF INDE- 
PENDENCE. Within a circle, 20 | may | 1775. AE. 
28 mm. 



376 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

269. Centennial Anniversary of American Independence, 1876. 

Ohv. THESE UNITED COLONIES ARE AND OF 
RIGHT OUGHT TO BE FREE AND INDEPEND- 
ENT STATES. Columbia kneeling, a sword in her 
right hand, her left raised toward heaven; on edge of 
platform, 1776. Bev. IN COMMEMORATION OF 
THE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF AMER- 
ICAN INDEPENDENCE. A female, standing facing, 
holding wreaths in her outstretched hands which she is 
about to place on the heads of two kneeling female fig- 
ures, which represent Science and Art; below, act of 
CONGRESS JUNE | 1874. Brass. 57 mm. 

270. Same event. Similar to No. 269, but with inscription on 

reverse in eight lines. AR. 38 mm. 

271. Centennial of the Signing of the Declaration of Independ- 

ence, 1876. Ohv. GEORGE — WASHINGTON. 
Bust of Washington, to left. Rev. DECLARATION 
OF (above,and)INDEPENDENCE,JULY 4, 1776 (be- 
low); interior of room representing the signing of the 
Declaration of Independence. AE. 92 mm. By 
Wright. 

272. Same event. Obv. A large square tablet on which are 

written important events in American history. Rev. 
Similar to No. 271. AE. 92 mm. 

273. Dedication of Centennial Fountain, Fairmonnt Park, Phila., 

1876. Ohv. ERECTED BY THE CATHOLIC TOTAL 
ABSTINENCE UNION OF AMERICA. Arms of the 
Union. Rev. CENTENNIAL FOUNTAIN. Repre- 
sentation of the fountain. Exergue, fairmount park | 

DEDICATED TO | AMERICAN LIBERTY | JULY 4, 1876 | 

PHiL^. Brass. 37 mm. 

• 274. Valley Forge Centennial, 1878. Ohv. GEORGE WASH- 
INGTON— •COM MANDER IN CHIEFS. Bust 
to right. Rev. VALLEY FORGE CENTENNIAL— 
1 778-1 878. Within a wreath, in commemoration of 

THE DEPARTURE OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY JUNE 19. 

AE. 41 mm. By W. Barber. 
•276. James Abram Garfield, Death of, 1881. Ohv. Bust of 
Garfield to left. Rev. J. a. garfield | born | nov. 19, 
1831 I DIED I SEP. 19, 1881 I within a wreath. AE. 
26 mm. By Paquet. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 377 

• 276. Bi-Centennial of the State of Pennsylvania, 1882. Ohv. 
MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. PHILADEL- 
PHIA. Bust of William Penn. Rev. Names of the 
officers of the mint. AE. 26 mm. By Morgan. 

277. Soldiers and Sailors Monnment, Springfield, Mass., 1885. 

Ohv. SPRINGFIELD. MASS. DEDICATED SEP. 
29, 1885. Representation of the monument. Rev. 

ERECTED I TO THE MEMORY | OF THE MEN OF | SPRING- 
FIELD I WHO DIED * * * * I ON LAND OR SEA | IN DE- 
FENCE OF I OUR NATIONAL UNION. N. 50 mm. By 
Merritt. 

278. Centennial of the Constitution of the United States, 1887. 

Oh). CENTENNIAL OF THE CONSTITUTION OF 
TH E U N ITED STATES. Scroll of the Constitution, 
flanked with flags. RefG. john a. kasson, president 
(around), amos r. little | chr. ex. com. | hampton l. 

CARSON I sec. I A. LOUDEN 8NOWDEN | MAR. CIV. & IN- 
DUs'l DEPT. I CLINTON P. PAINE, IN CHARGE OF MIL'y 

DEPT. 1787-1887. AE. 50 mm. By P. L. Kriden. 

279. Centennial Anniversary of the Inauguration of Washington 

as President of the United States, 1889. Oh). GEORGE 
WASHINGTON. Bust to left; on right, fasces; across 
the field and divided by bust and fasces, PATER - 
PATRIAE 1 MDCCL - XXXIX; beneath bust, philip. 

MARTINY. MODELER. DESIGN. AND | COPYRIGHT. BY. A VGVS- 

TVS.SAiNT-GAUDENS. On border, 13 stars. Reo. to 

COM MEMORATE | THEINAV GVRATION | 

OF. GEORGE. WASHINGTON | AS. FIRST. PRESIDENT. OF. THE 
VNITED-STATES . OF . AMERICA | AT . NEW . YORK . APRIL. 
XXX I M.D.C.C.LXXXIX | B Y . AUTHORITY . O F | THE. 
COMMITTEE | ON. CELEBRATION | NEW. YORK. APRIL | XXX. | 

M.D.c.c.c. Lxxxix; above the inscription, an eagle 
grasping a bundle of arrows and laurel branch; on 
border, 38 stars. AE. 114 mm. By St. Gaudens 
and Martin3^ See frontispiece. 
This medal was cast. 

280. The Sugar House Prison, Demolition of, 1892. Oh). OLD 

SUGAR HOUSE ROSE ST., N. Y.— founded 1763, 
DEMOLISHED 1892. Vicw of the building. Refo. British 
PRISON I DURING THE | REVOLUTION. Key and chains. 
AE. 35 mm. 



378 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

281. California Mid-Winter Exposition, San Francisco, 1894. 

Ohv. EUREKA. Pallas, fully armed, seated to left; 
near her, a bear, a miner digging, and ships in the 
bay ; thirty-one stars on the border. Bev. THE LAND 
OF SUNSHINE, FRUIT AND FLOWERS; in the 

field, SOUVENIR I CALIFORNIA | MIDWINTER | EXPOSI- 
TION I SAN FRANCISCO | 1894. AE. 35 mm. 

282. Hundredth Anniversary of Onondaga County, New York, 

1894. Oh). THE COMMEMORATION OF THE 
HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COUNTY 
OF ONONDAGA. MARCH 5, 1894. E^. the 

BOUNTY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK TO HER SOLDIERS 
OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. A map inscribed THE 
MILITARY TRACT. AE. 50 mip. 

283. Cotton States and International Exposition, Atlanta, 1895. 

6>Jv. OFFICIAL SOUVENIR MEDAL. Bustof Henry 
Grady, to right. Rev. COTTON STATES AND IN- 
TERNATIONAL EXPOSITION *ATLANTA*. A 
bale of cotton; above which, a phoenix rising from a 
flame marked 1865; above the head of the phoenix, a 
scroll inscribed 1895. AE. 35 mm. 

284. Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of Princeton University, 

1896. Obv. View of Nassau Hall, Princeton Univer- 
sity; below, A V LA NASSOVICA I MDCCCXVI. Reo. 
On a scroll, dei — sub — numine; below, viget quod 

ANTEA FVIT | COLLEGIVM | NEOCAESARIENSE | NVNC 
ANNIS + CL + COMPLETIS | VNIVERSITAS | PRINCETONI- 
ENSIS I SAECVLVM SPECTAT | NOWM. AE. 76 mm. 

By T. S. C. 

285. Unveiling of Washington Monument, Fairmount Park, 

Philadelphia, 1897. Ohv. SOCIETAS CINCINNA- 
TORUM INSTITUTA A. D. MDCCLXXXIII. The 
badge of the society — an eagle displa^^ed. Rev. View 
of the monument; below, in commemoration of the 

UNVEILING of THE | WASHINGTON MONUMENT | AT PHIL- 
ADELPHIA I MAY 15. 1897. AE. 76 mm. By Frank 
and Krider. 

286. Trans-Mississippi Exposition, Omaha, 1898. Ohv. TRA N S- 

MISSISSIPPI EXPOSITION, OMAHA, 1898. Afe- 
male bust, to left. Rev. An Indian, on horseback, driv- 
ing a spear into a buffalo; below, 1848. AE. 35 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 379 

287. Battle of Santiago, 1898. OU. U. S. NAVAL CAM- 

PAIGN - WEST INDIES, 1898. Bust of Admiral 
Sampson, to left; left, william | t | sampson; right, 
COMMANDER | IN | CHIEF. Rev). A lieutenant, gunner, 
and marine, on deck of warship; in exergue, guanta- 
NAMO I JUNE 11, 12, 13. AE. 38 mm. 

288. VrctorBlue. Ohv. EXPLORATOR FORTISSIMUS IN 

PONTO SYLVISQUE FLORUIT. A three-masted 
ship sailing to right, in front of which an eagle with 
extended wings stands on a large anchor; below, thir- 
teen stars. Refo. The Great Seal of the State of South 
Carolina; on left, a female, standing, with liberty pole 
surmounted with cap in right hand, the left holding a 
wreath resting on the seal; on right, a man standing 
with sword in right hand; above, Fame, flying to right, 
blowing a trumpet; below, the women of south Caro- 
lina TO I LIEUT. VICTOR BLUE U. S. N. | IN HIGH APPRE- 
CIATION OF HIS I COURAGE ENTERPRISE AND | DISTIN- 
GUISHED SERVICES I IN THE SANTIAGO DE CUBA | CAM- 
PAIGN I 1898. AE. 59 mm. 

289. Centenary of the Founding of the City of Washington, 1900. 

Olv. JOHN ADAMS 1800 WILLIAM MCKINLEY 
1 900. Busts of John Adams and William McKinley, 
conjoined, to right. Rev. commemorative of | the 

ESTABLISHMENT OF [ THE CAPITOL IN THE | DISTRICT OF 

COLUMBIA I on a tablet; below, view of the Capitol of 
1800; above, view of the Capitol of 1900. AE. 45 mm. 

290. Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, N. Y., 1901. Obv. An 

Indian, borne on the back of a large eagle. Refc. pan. 

AMERICAN I EXPOSITION | BUFFALO. N. Y. V. S. A. | MAY 1, 

Nov.l, I MDCDi. Continents of North and South Amer- 
ica; in field, to right, p a e (in monogram). AE. 
35 mm. By Brewster. 

291. Visit of Henry, Prince of Prussia, to the United States, 

1902. Olv. Bust of Prince Henry, to left. Rev. TO 
COMMEMORATE THE VISIT OF HIS ROYAL 
HIGHNESS PRINCE HENRY OF PRUSSIA. Mer- 
cury bearing flowers and fruits. AR. 70 mm. By 
Brenner. 

This medal was issued by the American Numismatic and 
Archaeological Society, New York, 1902. 



380 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

292. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. Official Souvenir. 

Ohv. LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION, 1904. 
OFFICIAL SOUVENIR. Busts of Jefferson and 
Napoleon, jugate, to left. ^^. Map of the territory ; 
above, Louisiana territory, 1803; below, st. louis, 
1904. AR. 35 mm. 

293. Louisiana Purchase Exposition. The Commemorative 

Medal of the Exposition. Same designs as No. 192. 
Ti'iangular shape with curved sides. AE. 70 mm. 
By Weinman. 

294. Inaug^iration of President Roosevelt, 1905. Obv. Bust of 

Mr. Roosevelt, to left. Rem. inaugurated president 
OF THE united STATES MARCH 4, 1905. Branches of oak 
and laurel. AE. 45 mm. 

295. John Paul Jones. Transfer of His Remains from Paris to 

Annapolis, Maryland, 1905. OU. ^OWW PAULJONES 
1747-1797. Bust to left, with branch of laurel over 
shoulder. Reo. The casket on a gun carriage drawn 
by six horses; at right end of the plaque stands Fame 
with wreaths in right arm and blowing a trumpet; 
above,AMERICA CLAIMS HEROWN. AR. Plaque, 
60 X 80 mm. By Brenner. 

Issued by American Numismatic Society. 

296. Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of Settlement of the 

Jews in the United States, 1905. Obv. COMMEMO- 
RATING .THE. 250. AN N I VERSARY. OF. JEWISH. 
SETTLEMENT. IN. THE. UNITED. STATES. Lib- 
erty, wearing liberty cap and laurel wreath, seated to 
right; behind, a female figure, Truth (?), with sword in 
r. hand, from whom emanate rajs of light; below, a 
female figure, Ignorance, crouches to left. RefG. In 
Hebrew, "Liberty is born of Heaven; Righteousness 
and Judgment are the supports of her throne." His- 
tory, standing to right, a stylus in r. hand, and in 1. a 
tablet inscribed 1665 ] 1905; behind, an eagle with wings 
displayed perched upon a rock; to left, a laurel tree. 
AR. 76 mm. By Konti. 

297. Centenary of the Discovery of Pike's Peak, 1906. Ohv. 

ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE1779-1813. Bust, 
to right, ^ev. SOUTHWEST EXPEDITI0N.COM- 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 381 

MEMORATIVE MEDAL. - COLORADO 1805-1906. 
View of Pike's Peak. AE. 50 mm. 
298. Benjamin Franklin, Bicentenary of His Birth, 1906. Ohv. 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust of Franklin to left 
between laurel branches; to right, 1 706 | 1 790; below, 
PRINTER. PHILOSOPHER | .SCIENTIST. 
STATESMAN | . DIPLOMAT. Reo. History, a fe- 
male, diademate, in long chiton and peplos, seated to 
right upon a platform and writing upon an oval tablet; 
before her, standing to left, are Literature, a female, 
Science, a youth with thunderbolt in hand, and Phi- 
losophy, a bearded old man with parchment in hands; 
above the heads of the figures the designations his- 
tory, LITERATURE, SCIENCE, and FHiLOSO | PHY; abovc, 

STRUCK BY ACT OF THE CONGRESS | OF THE VNITED 

STATES. — exergue^ to commemorate the two hun- 
dredth I ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF | BENJAMIN 
FRANKLIN \ M.C. M.V.I. 

•299. World Cruise of Atlantic Squadron, 1907. Ohv. TH EO- 
DORE I ROOSEVELT - PRESIDENT | OF THE | 
UNITED I STATES. Bust to left. Rev. Columbia 
standing beneath a flag which is hoisted by a cupid, her 
right hand resting on an atlas, waves farewell to the 
departing fleet; on wall, hampton. roads dec. 16, 1907 ] 

DEPARTURE . OF . UNITED STATES . ATLANTIC | FLEET. ON. 

CRUISE AROUND. THE. WORLD. Plaque, 62 X 81 mm. By 
Barber and Morgan. 

300. Wilbur and Orville Wright. First Successful Navigation 

of the Air, 1908. Ohv. AERO CLUB OF AMERICA. 
Busts, jugate, of Messrs. Wilbur and Orville Wright, 
to left; in field on left, w. wright | sep. 21. 1908. | le 

MANS I FRANCE; On right, O. WRIGHT I SEP. 9, 1908. I 
FORT I MYER VA. | V. S. A.; aboVC, CANCELED. ReV. 

An aeroplane in flight; below, seal of the Aero Club 
of America; in fiield, canceled. AE. 76 mm. By 
V. D. Brenner. 

301. Jamestown Exposition, 1907. Ohv. TER-CENTENNIAL 

OFTHE SETTLEMENT OF JAMESTOWN. Bust 
of an Indian girl, to left. Reo. LANDING OF EX- 
PEDITION UNDER CAPT. JOHN SMITH. Two 
ships under sail; below, may 13, 1607. AE. 35 mm. 



382 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

302. Abraham Lincoln, Centenary of Birth, 1909. OU. WITH 

MALICE TOWARD NONE WITH CHARITY FOR 
ALL. Bust of Lincoln to left; below, 1809. Refvi. 

THIS MEDAL I WAS STRUCK FOR | THE GRAND ARMY | OF 
THE REPUBLIC | IN COMMEMORATION | OF THE | 100 AN- 
NIVERSARY I OF THE BIRTH OF | ABRAHAM LINCOLN | 

within a wreath of oak and laurel. AE. 76 mm. By 
Koine. 

303. Abraham Lincoln, Centenary of Birth, 1909. Oh). ABRA- 

HAM — LINCOLN 1809-1865. Bust to left. 

ReO. EMANCIPATION | PROCLAMATION | SIGNED ] JAN- 
UARY FIRST, 1863 I within a wreath; above, LIBER- 
ATOR; below, CENTEN N I AL COM MEM ORATION 
1909. AE. 63.5 mm. By Roin^. 

304. Abraham Lincoln, Centenary of Birth, 1909. OI/g. Bust 

to right; below, ABRAHAM LINCOLN | • • 1809- 
1909* •. ^^. Plain. AE. Plaque, 67 x 89 mm. 
By Brenner. 

The bust of this plaque is the same as that employed for the 
Lincoln Cent of 1909. 

305. Abraham Lincoln, Centenary of Birth, 1909. Oh). Bust 

of Mr. Lincoln to right. 1809 — 1909. Eefo. A high 
cliflf against which the waves of the ocean beat; on top 
of cliflf, an eagle; above, the sun's rays bursting 
through the clouds; in field, preserve protect | de- 
fend. AE. 63.5 mm. By Brenner. 

*306. Abraham Lincoln, Centenary of Birth, 1909. Oho. 
ABRAHAM — LINCOLN. Bust, to right. Reo. 

1809-1909 WITH MALICE | TOWARD NONE | WITH CHARITY | 

FOR ALL. Palm and laurel branches on left. AE. 
62 mm. By Morgan. 

307. President Taft and Vice-President Sherman. Oh). INAU- 

GURATION. Bust of President and Vice-President, 
jugate, to left; below, march 4, 1909. Rev. william | 

HOWARD I TAFT | PRESIDENT | JAMES | SCHOOLCRAFT | 
SHERMAN ! VICE-PRESIDENT. AE. 50 mm. 

308. Hudson-Fulton Celebration, New York, 1909. Ohi). Three 

females seated upon a platform, the central one, facing, 
the other two to left and right, with heads facing; the 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKEN'S, AND MEDALS. 383 

central figure holds a model of the steamship Clermont, 
the one on left holds an anchor, and the one on right, 
a scroll; above, between two columns, a medallion of 
Fulton; in the distance on left, New York of 1809, 
on right, the city of 1909; in exergue, first use of 

STEAM IN NAVIGATION | ON THE HUDSON RIVER | 1807. 

Reo. DISCOVERY OF— HUDSON RIVER BY- 
HENRY HUDSON— A. D. MDCIX. The deck of the 
Half Moon, showing Hudson and sailors; below, small 
representation of the ship and the name half - maene; 
to left of which, the American | numismatic society; 
and to right, hudson-fulton | celebration comm. 
AR. 101 mm. By Fuchs. 

Medal issued by the American Numismatic Society. 

309. Hudson-Fulton Celebration, New York, 1909. The Same 

as No. 309, in bronze. 

310. Tricentennial of the Discovery of the Hudson Biver, 1909. 

Olv. • HENDRIX • HUDSON •. Bustof Hudson 
with large ruff, to right; below, 1609. Rei). The Half 
Moon sailing to right; above, on border, NIEUW. 
AM - STERDAM; below, mcmix. | h | l daalder. 
AV. 15 mm. By Higgins. 

311. Centennial of the Sailing of the Clermont, 1909. Ohv. 

ROBERT FULTON. Facing bust; below, 1809-1909. 
RefG. The steamship Clermont; above, NEW YORK 
TO ALBANY; below, the clermont | u | one . trip. 
AV. 15 mm. By Higgins. 

312. Visit of the TJ. S. S. Nashville to Chicago, 1909. Olv, 

U.S. S. NASHVILLE. Representation of the Nash- 
ville. Rev. arrival of | v. s. s. nashville | in Chi- 
cago HARBOR JUNE 5 1909 | FIRED FIRST SHOT | IN SPAN- 
ISH-AMERICAN WAR. AE. Rectangular, 38 x 76 mm. 
By Ripstra. 

Issued by the Chicago Numismatic Society. 

313. Tercentenary of the Discovery of Lake Champlain, 1909 

Oh). Bustof Champlain, facing; above, 1609 - 1909; 
below, CHAMPLAIN. Rev. Champlain and companions 
in a canoe; TH E TER-CENTEN N lAL OF TH E DIS- 
COVERY OF LAKE CHAM PLAIN. AR. 27 mm. 



384 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

314. Visit of Japanese Commercial Representatives to United 
States, 1909. OU. WILLIAM H. TAFT PRESI- 
DENT — OF THE UNITED STATES; bust, to 
right. Rev. visit of the | honorable commercial | 

COMMISSION OF JAPAN | TO THE UNITED STATES | OCTO- 
BER, 1909 I in English and Japanese, within a wreath 
of laurel. AE. 76 mm. By Barber and Morgan. 



The following medals relate to Washington. Many of them are of recent 
origin, and but few of them are of importance: 

316. OU. WASHINGTON BORN FEB. 22. 1732. Bust of 
"Washington, to right. Rev. the defender of lib- 
erty; within a wreath, u.s.a. Lead. 37 mm. 

316. Obv. Farm-yard scene, with cow and sheep; below, U.S.A. 

Reo. second presidency of Washington mdccxcvi 
within a wreath. AE. 48 mm. 

317. Ohx). Inside view of a cottage, a woman spinning, etc. 

Rev. Similar to No. 315. AE. 48 mm. 

318. Ohv). A man sowing grain. Rev. Similar to No. 315. 

48 mm. 

319. Obo. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, to left. Reo. 

LIBERTY AND SECURITY. A shield; above, an 
eagle displayed. AE. 33 mm. 

320. Oh). GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, to right. 

Reo. MARTHA WASHINGTON; bust, to left. AR. 
21 mm. 

321. OU. GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ. Bust, to right; 

below, LATE president of the UNITED STATES OF 

AMERICA. Rev. MADE COMMANDER IN CHIEF 
OF THE AMERICAN FORCES THE IS^h JUNE 
1775. Within a laurel wreath, with courage [ and 

FIDELITY I he DEFENDED THE | RIGHTS | OF A FREE 
PEOPLE. I DIED DEC 14 1799 | AGED | 68. AE. 33 mm. 

322. OU. G. WASHINGTON E^. COMMANDER OF 

THE CONTINL ARMY IN AMERICA. Bust to 
right. Rev. Trophy of military arms. AE. 33 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 385 

323. Ohv. GEORGIUS WASHINGTON PRAES. PRIM. 
RER.CONF.AMER. MDCCLXXXIX Bust, to right. 
Re!v. NATUS FEB. XXI I.MDCCXXXIX — OBIIT 
DEC. XIV.MDCCXCIX; Pallas wearing Corinthian 
helmet, seated to left; above, fideli certa merges; 
beneath, mdcgclx. White metal. 52.5 mm. By 
Lovett. 

324., Olv. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, to left. Rev. 
Within a wreath, born feb. 22, 1732 | chosen com- 
mander IN I chief JULY, 1776 | CHOSEN PRESIDENT 1789 ] 
DIED DEG^. 14, 1799 | AGED 68 TEARS. White metal. 

45 mm. By W. F-^. 

325. Ohv. GEORGE WASHINGTON PRESIDENT OF 

THEUNITED STATES. Draped bust to right, upon 
a pedestal, on front of which is a relief representing 
pastoral scene; on left, an Indian; on right, Columbia 
wearing helmet and holding spear; below, born feb'^. 
1732 I DIED I DEC^. 1799. No reverse. A cliche in white 
metal. 63.5 mm.- 

326. Oh). PATRIAE PATER. Bust, to left. Bev. provi- 

dence I LEFT HIM I CHILDLESS | THAT THE NATION | 
MIGHT CALL HIM | FATHER | 1799. AE. ' 28 mm. 

327. Similar to No. 325. White metal. 28 mm. . 

328. OU. THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY. Bust, to 

right; below, born feb. 22, 1732. Ren. NATIONAL 
MONUMENT. Representation of the shaft; below, 
JULY 4, 1848. White metal. 40 mm. 

329. Ohv. Bust of Washington on a medallion borne by an 

eagle; a scroll, inscribed, patriae pater. Reo. 

STRUCK I AND DISTRIBUTED IN | THE CIVIC PROCESSION | 
FEB'y 22. 1832 I THE CENTENNIAL | ANNIVERSARY OF 
THE I BIRTHDAY OF | WASHINGTON | BY THE GOLD AND 
SILVER I ARTIFICERS OF | PHILAD. AE. 41 mm. 

330. Ohv. GEORGE — WASHINGTON. Bust, to left. 

Rev. I HOPE THAT | LIBERAL ALLOWANCES | WILL BE 
MADE FOR THE | POLITICAL OPINIONS OF | EACH OTHER. 
WITHOUT THESE | I DO NOT SEE HOW THE REINS | OF 
GOVERNMENT ARE TO BE | MANAGED OR HOW | THE 
1666°— 12 25 



386 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

UNION OF THE STATES | CAN BE MUCH LONGER | PRE- 
SERVED. White metal. 69 mm. 

331. (95v. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, to left. Reo. 

Mount Vernon residence; in exergue, residence of 
WASHINGTON | MOUNT VERNON VIRGINIA. White metal. 
63.6 mm. By Smith and Horst. 

332. Oho. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, to right. 

Reo. Mount Vernon residence. AE. Electrotype. 
81 mm. By Demarest. 

333. Obv. Similar to No. 332. R€f\). Tomb of Washington. 

334. Obv. GEORGE WASHINGTON, FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE U". 

STATES. Draped bust, to right; the whole within a 
wreath. Rev>. Washington's residence, his residence; 
below, AT MOUNT VERNON. White metal. 33 mm. 
By Lovett. 



The following five medalets are known as Safe's Historical Tokens 
and include Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 of the series: 

335. Oho. THE. HOME OF WASHINGTON. View of the 

house; below, mount vernon. Reo. the women of 

AIJERICA I NOBLE | PRESERVERS | OF | OUR FATHER'S | 

HOME, within circle of stars. AE. 32 mm. (Sage 
No. 7.) 

336. Hasbrook House. 6>Jv.THE OLD HASBROOK HOUSE. 

View of the house; below, newburg, n. r. Rev. 
Washington's ] head | quarters within palm wreath. 
AE. 32 mm. (Sage No. 8.) 

337. Richmond Hill House. Oho. RICHMOND HILL HOUSE, 

N.Y. View of the house; below, erected 1760. Rev. 

WASHINGTON | HEAD | QUARTERS | MAY 1776 | within a 

wreath; above, scales. AE. 32 mm. (Sage No. 9.) 

338. Tappan Headquarters. 6>&v. WASHINGTON'S HEAD- 

QUARTERS. View of the house; below, at tappan. 
Reo. LIBERTY TREE; a pine tree. AE. 32 mm. 
(Sage No. 10.) 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 387 

339. Valley Forge. Ohv. WASHINGTON'S HEADQUAR- 
TERS. View of the house; below, AT VALLEY 
FORGE. Ren. don't tread on me | i have danger- 
ous fangs; a serpent coiled ready to strike. AE. 
32 mm. (Sage No. 11.) 



340. Siege of Boston. Olv. GEO WASHINGTON, 1776. 

Washington mounted, before Boston. Refv. siege of | 
BOSTON, within a wreath. AE. 32 mm. 

341. Siege of Boston. Ohv. Bust of "Washington, to right. 

Refo. Similar to obverse of No. 340. White metal. 
32 mm. 

342. Ohv. Bust of Washington, to left. RefO. Plain. Iron. 

108 mm. 

343. Washington. Oval plaque with bust, to left. AE. 

53 X YO mm. 

344. Washington Grays. Plaque with bust, to left. AE. 

56 X 78 mm. 

345. Washington, Kosciusko and Lafayette. Obo. TO THE 

HEROS OF LIBERTY THE FRIENDS OF THE 
PEOPLES INDEPENDENCE. Busts of the three 
generals in a row, to left. Ren. Dates of birth and 
death of each general, with an oak wreath above each 
inscription. Electrotype. AE. 51 mm. 

346. Washington and Franklin. Ohv. Busts of Washington 

and Franklin. Ren. par ( nobile | fratum | within a 
wreath. White metal. 27 mm. 

*347. Washington and Jackson. Ohv. Bust of Washington, 
to right. By Du Vivier. Rev. Bust of Jackson, to 
left. ByPaquet. AE. 19 mm. 

*348. Washington and Lincoln. Ohv. Similar to No. 347. 
Rev. Bust of Lincoln, to right. AE. 19 mm. 

*349. Washington and Grant. Ohv. Similar to No. 347. Ren. 
Bust of Grant, to right. AE. 19 mm. 

• 350. Time Increases His Fame. Oh). GEORGE WASH- 
I N GTO N . Bust, to right. Rev. time | increases | 
HIS I FAME I within a laurel wreath. AE. 28 mm. 



388 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

361. Washington and Lafayette. Ohv. Busts of Washington 

and Lafayette, vis-a-vis, within a wreath. Hev. par 
NOBiLE FRATRUM, within laurel wreath. White metal. 
17 mm. 

362. Washington and Webster. 6>5v. PATRIAE PATER. 

Bust,toleft. i?^. DANIEL WEBSTER. Bust, 

to right. White metal. 17 mm. 

363. Washington and Everett. Oh). GEORGE WASH- 

INGTON. Bust, to right; below, feb. 22^"^, 1732. 
Bev. EDWARD EVERETT. Bust, to left; below, 
APR. 11™, 1794. White metal. 20 mm. 

364. Washington and Franklin. Ohv. G EO RG E WAS H I N G- 

TON. Bust, to right; below, born feb. 22, 1732. Bev. 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust to left; below, born 
JAN. 17, 1706. AE. 20 mm. 

366. Valley Forge. 6>Jy. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, 
to left, wearing military hat; in field, to left, 1778, to 
right, VALLET I FORGE. Rev. 125TH. ANNIVERSARY; 
the headquarters; below, valley forge headquar- 
ters 1798-1903. AE. 24 mm. 

366. 160'^^' Anniversary of Washington's Initiation as Free- 
mason. Ohv. SESQUI-CENTENNIAL OF WASH- 
INGTON INITIATION INTO FREEMASONRY. 
A. L. 5902. Bust of Washington, to left; below, e.a. 

NOV.4,5752. | F.C.MAR.3,5753 | M.M.AUG.4.5753. Bev. 

GRAND LODGE OF PENNSYLVANIA. Medusa 
mask within rays; below, virtute selentio amore. 
AE. 52 mm. 

357. 160"^^- Anniversary of Washington's Initiation as Free- 
mason. Ohv. SESQUI-CENTENNIAL OF THE INI- 
TIATION OF WASHINGTON INTO FREEMA- 
SONRY. Bust of Washington, to left; below, nov.4, 
A.L.5752. Bev. PHILO LODGE N0.444.F.& A.M. 
PH I LADELPH I A. Busts of Edgar A. Tennis and John 
Lindsay, respectively Grand Master and Worshipful 
Master, jugate, to left; below, November 29,a.d.1902. 
AE. 52 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 389 

358. 160'^^' Anniversary of Washington's Initiation as Free- 
mason. Obv.GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, 
to right; above, on border, eagle holding in bill 
streamer inscribed talem-ferent-nullum-secla-fu- 
tura-virum; below, standards, arms, and shield. Hev. 
Plan of a masonic lodge and emblems of masonry. 
AE. 32 mm. 

369. Washington Memorial Association. Ohv. STRUCK BY 
ORDER OF CONGRESS TO COMMEMORATE 
THE CENTENARY OF WASHINGTON'S DEATH. 
Bust, to right; below, Washington ] monument | as- 

SOCIA I TION ALEXAN | DRIA VA. Bev. WASH- 

I N GTO N ; masonic apron, master Alexandria 

LODGE, NO. 22, A. F. <fe A. M. 1788; the whole within laurel 
wreath. AE. 26 mm. 

360. Washington Memorial Association. Obv. Similar to No. 

359. Bev. Washington surveyed Alexandria. 

1749. A surveyor's instrument, within a wreath. AE. 
26 mm. 

361. Washington Memorial Association. Ohv. Similar to No. 

359. Hev. WASHINGTON member of friendship 
fire CO. 1773. A hand fire engine, within wreath. 
AE. 26 mm. 

362. Washington Memorial Association. Ohv. Similar to No. 

359. ^6'y. WASHINGTON FOREMOST FARMER 
OF HIS DAY. A winged female with torch, floating 
over a harvest field. AE. 26 mm. 

VI. HONORARY AND PERSONAL MEDALS. 

*363. Professor Louis Agassiz. Ohv. AG ASS I Z. Bust, to 
right. ^^. TERRA MARIQUE DUCTOR INDAGA- 
TIONE NATURAE. Within laurel wreath, na. 1807 | 
OB. 1873. AE. 46 mm. By W. Barber. 

364. Henry Ward Beecher. Ohv. Bust of Mr. Beecher, to 
right. Jiev. henry ward beecher | born june 24. 
1818. I died 1 MARCH 8, 1887 | within a laurel wreath. 
AE. 76 mm. 



390 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

366. Daniel Garrison Brinton. Obv. DAH\EL. GARRISON. 
BRI NTON. Bust of Dr. Brinton, to left; in field, and 
divided by the bust, m.d.c. - c.c. | xcv - iii. 
^^.THE.NUMISMATIC.AND.ANTIQUA - RIAN. 
SOCIETY.OF.PHILADELPHIA. The seal of the so- 
ciety; in the field, left, vestigia | rerum. | seq ] ui; 
to right, M.D. I c.c.c. I Lvin. AE. 63 mm. By J. 
Flanagan. 

366. J. Fennimore Cooper. Oh). THE PERSONIFICATION 
OF HONOR. TRUTH AND JUSTICE. Bust of Mr. 
CJooper, to left. Bev. to j j. fennimore cooper | the 

OFFERING I OF A I GRATEFUL HEART | FOR HIS DISIN- 
TERESTED I VINDICATION I OF HIS ] BROTHER SAILOR | 

JESSE D. ELLIOTT., Within oak wreath. White metal. 
50 mm. By Lovett. 
*367. Captains Creighton, low, and Stonffer, for Rescne of 
Passengers from Steamer San Francisco, 1854. Obv. 
Arms of City of Philadelphia. Bev. testimonial | to | 

CAPTAINS I CREIGHTON, LOW AND STOUFFER. | OF THE 
SHIPS I THREE BELLS, KELBY, AND ANTARCTIC. | FROM 
THE corporation | OP THE | CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. | 
FOR THEIR GALLANTRY IN RESCUING ] THE PASSENGERS 
from the wreck of I THE STEAMER | SAN FRANCISCO | 

JANUARY 1854. AE. 75 mm. 

368. John Ericsson. Ohv. JOHANNES ERICSSON MA- 

CHIN ARUM INVENTOR. Head, to right; below, 
N. 1803 A o, 1889. ^^. I NGEN 10 ARTEM ET MAR- 
TEM DIREXIT. Warship of Monitor type. Ex- 
ergue, SOCIO INCLUTISSIMO | REG. ACAD. SCIENT. SUEG. | 

MDCCCXciii. AE. 32 mm. By Alhorn. 

369. Edwin Forrest. Oh). EDWIN — FORREST. Bust 

to left. Jiev. born in the city of pailadelphia [ 

MARCH 9™. 1806. JUST TO | OPPOSERS | AND TO FRIENDS j 

SINCERE I within a laurel wreath. AE. 76 mm. By 
Jones. 

370. Benjamin Franklin. Ohv. LIGHTNING AVERTED. — 

TYRANNY REPELLED. Bust of Franklin, to right 
Bev. An eagle with a laurel branch in the beak, grasps 
the lightning in his talons; above, 1783; below, portion 
of globe inscribed united states. AE. 40 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 391 

371. Benjamin Franklin. Ohv. BENJ. FRANKLIN NAT US 

BOSTON XVII JAN.MDCCVI. Bust to left; on 
truncation of the bust, dupre f. Rev. ERIPUIT 
COELO FULMEN SCEPTRUM QUE TYRANNIS. 
A winged youth with drapery hanging from outstretched 
right arm, standing facing; on ground, to right, broken 
scepter and crown; on left, a round peristyle temple 
with lightning rod receiving a bolt of lightning from 
the clouds. Exergue, sculpsit et dicavit ] aug. 
DUPRE ANNO | MDCCLXxxiv. AE. 46 mm. By Dupre. 

372. Benjamin Franklin. Laureated bust of Franklin, to left; 

around, on border, palm branches to right and left, 
and BENJAMIN FRAN KLIN above; below, printer. 

PHILOSOPHER. I SCIENTIST . STATESMAN . | DIPLOMAT; in 

the field, left, 1706; right, 1790. AE. 435 mm. By 

Saint-Gaudens. 

This medallion was cast from the original model of the first study 
by Mr. Saint-Gaudens for the medal made to commemorate the 
200th anniversary of Mr. Franklin's birth in 1906. 

373. Robert and louisa Gilmore; 50th Anniversary of their 

marriage. Ohv. ROBERT AND LOUISA GIL- 
MORE. Busts of the pair, jugate, to left; below, 

MARRIED FIFTY YEARS | THE 25TH SEPTEMBER | 1821. 

^^. TO CON -JUGAL HAPPINESS. Acupidwith 
torch over shoulder. AE. 41 mm. By Faulkner. 

•374. David Hosack, M. D. Olv. DAVID HOSACK 

M.D. Head to right. Reo. ARTS AND SCIENCE. 
Globe, palette, lyre, etc. AE. 33 mm. By Furst. 

375. Washington Irving. Ohv. Nude bust of Mr. Irving, to 

left. Rev. WASHINGTON IRVING | BORN | APRIL 3, 1783 | 

DIED I NOVEMBER28, | 1859 | within a wreath of oak and 
laurel. White metal. 70 mm. By Henning. 

376. Thomas Jefferson. Ohv. TRIBUTE TO THE AUTHOR 

OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 
1776. Bust of Mr. Jefferson, to left. Rev. THE 
THOMAS JEFFERSON MEMORIAL ASSOCIA- 
TION OF THE UNITED STATES | 1903; in field, 

WE HOLD THESE | TRUTHS TO BE SELF EVIDENT | THAT 
ALL MEN I ARE CREATED EQUAL | THAT THEY ARE EN- 
DOWED I BY THEIR CREATOR WITH | CERTAIN INALIEN- 
ABLE RIGHTS I THAT AMONG THESE | ARE LIFE LIBERTY 
AND THE PURSUIT OF I HAPPINESS. AE. 76 mm. 



392 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

*377. Lincoln and Garfield. Ohv. Bust of Lincoln, to right. 
Reo. Bust of Garfield, to left. AE. 19 mm. By 
Barber. 

•378. Lincoln and Grant. Olv. Similar to No. 377. Rev. 
Bust of Grant, to right. AE. 19 mm. By Barber. 

*379. Lincoln and Broken Colnnm. Obv. Bust of Lincoln, to 
right. Rev. Broken column, flags, and scroll. 19 mm. 

380. Joseph J. Mickley, 1867. Ohv. JOSEPH J. MICKLEY. 

1867. Bust to left. Rev. president ] of the | nu- 
mismatic I AND I ANTIQUARIAN | SOCIETY | OF [ PHILA- 
DELPHIA. AE. 35 mm. By Key. 

381. Will Page. Ohv. WILL PAGE. 1848. Bust to right. 

Rev. A palette. AE. 48 mm. By Wright. 

382. Dr. Joseph Pancoast. 6*^. PAN COAST. Bust to left. 

Rev. JOSEPH PANCOAST M. D. | PROF. OF ANATOMY | JEF- 
FERSON MEDICAL 1 COLLEGE BORN 1805 | within a wrcath 
of oak and laurel. AE. 78 mm. By W. Barber. 

383. Charles Willson Peale, Founder of the Philadelphia Museum, 

182L 6>&v. CHARLES WILLSON PEALE. Bust to 
left. Rev. PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM INCORPO- 
RATED 1821; within a laurel wreath, to | s. moore. 
AR. 32 mm. 

384. Benjamin Rush, M. D. Oh). BENJAMIN RUSH. M. D. 

OF PHILADELPHIA. Bust to left. ^^. A stream 
of water; in field, sidenham; on right, an open book 
on a rock, which bears the words, read, | think, j ob- 
serve; below, a. mdcccviii. AE. 43 mm. ByFiirst. 

385. Carl Schurz, 1829-1906. Oh). Half-length figure of Mr. 

Schurz, facing, holding a paper in left hand, the arm 
resting on a column inscribed vbi | libebtas | ibi | 
PATRiA. Rev. Two youths, standing to right, the fore- 
most with left hand upraised. AE. Plaque, 36 x 48 
mm. By Brenner. 

386. Henry Shaw. Oh). HENRY SHAW. Bust to left. 

Rev. BUCKINGHAM | CLUB | 8T LOUIS | U. 8. A. SEPT. 22, 

1904 I within a wreath of oak leaves; around, 15"'''^ AN- 
NUAL BANQUET OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE 
MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDENS. AE. 70mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 393 

387. Algernon Sydney Sullivan. Oh). IN HONOR OFAL- 

GERNON SYDNEY SULLIVAN, 1826-1887. Bust 
of Mr. Sullivan, to left; on lower part of bust, J. e. 
eoine; below, he reached out both hands in con- 
stant I helpfulness to his fellow men. Refi). A 
youth lighting a torch from the torch of Mr. Sullivan; 
below, AS one lamp lights another nor grows 
LESS 1 so nobleness enkindleth nobleness. Plaque, 
60 X 89 mm. By Koin^. 

388. Frederick Samuel Tallmadge. Oh). FREDERICKSAM- 

UEL TALL MADGE. Bust to right; in the field, on 
left, president | new york society | sons of the | 
revolution I 1884-1904; on the right, the pvrchase | 

OF FRAVNCES tavern I his last official act I — HIS 
WILL GENEROUSLY | PROVIDED MEANS | FOR PAYMENT. 

Rev. View of Fraunces tavern. HERE WASHING- 
TON BADE FAREWELLTO HIS 0FFICERS4 DE- 
CEMBER 1783 I ; on a scroll above the tavern, here 

SONS OF THE REVOLUTION ORGANIZED 4 DECEMBER 1883; 

below, BECAME THE OWNER 29 JULY, 1904; in exergue, 

FRAVNCES TAVERN | NEW YORK. AE. 65 mm. 

389. Daniel Webster. Oh). DANIEL WEBSTER. Bust to 

right. B,ef\). A column surmounted by a globe, on 
base of which, i still live; around, LIBERTY AND 
UNION, NOW AND FOREVER, ONE ANDINSEP- 
ERABLE; the whole within a laurel wreath with shield 
of the U. S. over the union of the branches at the bot- 
tom. Electrotypes. 76 mm. By Greene and Wright. 



CHURCH MEDAIS. 



390. Completion of the Seminary of St. Borromeo, 1883. Oh). 
JACOBUS FREDERICUS ARCHIEPIS. PHILA- 
DELPHIEN. PRIMUS. Bust of the Archbishop, to 
right; below, 1813-1883. Reo. View of the building; 

below, SEMINARIUM SANCTI — CAROLI BORROMAEI — IN- 

CEPiT ABSOLviT. AE. 50 mm. By Key. 



394 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

391. Consecration of the Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul, 

Philadelphia, 1890. Ohv. CATHEDRAL OF ST. 
PETER AND ST. PAUL, PHILADELPHIA. | CON- 
SECRATED-JUNE 30, 1890. View of the cathedral; 

below, BEGUN 1846 I COMPLETED 1864. ReV. TU ES PETRIS 
ET SUPER HANC PETKAM AEDIFICABO ECCLESIAM ME AM - 
VAS ELECTIONIS EST MIHI ISTE UT PORTET NOMEN MEUM 

CORAM GENTIBU8. Vlsw of the Interior of the cathe- 
dral. Copper plated with silver. 80 mm. ByPaquet. 

392. Semicentennial Wharton St. M. E. Church, Philadelphia, 

1892. Ohv. WHARTON ST. M.E. CHURCH. View 
of the church; below, founded 1842. Mev. semi-cen- 
tennial I memorial medal I WHARTON STREET | 
METHODIST EPISCOPAL | CHURCH | PHILADELPHIA | OC- 
TOBER I 1842-1892. Aluminum. 45 mm. 



MEDALS PERTAINING TO MASONRY. 

393. Ohv. DEDICATED TO COLLECTORS OF MASONIC 

M E D A LS. A bust to left, within square and compass. 
Bev. A magic square. AE. By G. H. Lovett. 

394. Pilgrimage of Mary Commandery, K'S Templars of Phila- 

delphia, to San Francisco, 1883. Ohv. A shield of arms 
on a Maltese cross. Hev. Inscription within a wreath. 
AE. 54 mm. 

395. Same event. Ohv. Crown on Maltese Cross. Rev. A pil- 

grim; around, the names of the Commanderies, Kadosh, 
St. Albans, Corinthian, and Kensington, which partici- 
pated in the pilgrimage. Brass. -49 mm. 

396. Hundredth Anniversary of Founding of Grand lodge of 

Rhode Island, 1891. Ohv. A bust to left. Rev. 
Achievement of arms with supporters. AE. 40 mm. 

397. (9^. KADOSH COMMANDERY NO. 29, K.T. PHILA- 

DELPHIA. A shield of arms upon a triangle. Rev. 
Plain. Brass. 46 mm. 

398. Ohv. THE OLD ROUND HOUSE. LE ROY N.Y. View 

of the building; below, dedicated 1826. demolished 
1857. Rev. OLIVE BRANCH NO. 39 CHARTERED 
1813. An olive branch on the square and compass. 
de WITT CLINTON G. M. AE. 35 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 395 

SEALS. 

^399. Great Seal of the United States. Ohv. An eagle dis- 
played, bearing on breast the shield of the U. S., an 
olive bradch in the right claw and thirteen arrows in 
the left; in beak, a scroll inscribed E PLURIBUS - 
U N U M ; above eagle's head, thirteen stars beneath a 
canopy of clouds, which are encircled by rays. In the 
form of a medal the seal is provided with a reverse, of 
which the device is: An unfinished pyramid, with the 
date MDCCLXxvi on the bottom course of stone; above, 
an eye on the detached, triangular apex of the pyramid 
in a glory; above, annuit coeptis. Exergue, novus 
ORDO SECLORUM. AE. 62 mm. 

400. Great Seal of the Confederate States of America. THE 

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA: 22 FEB- 
RUARY 1862. An equestrian statue of Washington, 
to left, within a wreath of cane, corn, tobacco, cotton, 
and wheat. The head of Washington on this Seal was 
modeled after that on the statue of Washington in the 
Capitol Square in Richmond, Virginia. Electrotype 
copy. 95 mm. Wyon. 

SUPPLEMENTARY. 

401. Badge of the Cincinnati. A golden eagle displayed, the 

wings inverted; on breast, a medallion with represen- 
tation of Cincinnatus receiving the dictator's sword 
from three Roman senators; around, an enameled band 
inscribed omnia: relinquit: servare: rempublicam. 
On back, or reverse, a medallion with representation of 
Cincinnatus turning from a pile of implements of war 
to his plow; in background, the sun rising over a city 
with open gates, ships in harbor; above. Fame blow- 
ing a trumpet; around, an enameled band inscribed 
sogietas: cicinnatorum: instituta: a: d: 1783; un- 
mounted. 

402. Temple Trust Fund Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of the 

Fine Arts. Olv. JOSEPH E. - TEM PLE. Bust, to 
right. Bev. the Pennsylvania academy of the fine 
ARTS FOUNDED 1805. Fpont vlcw of the Academy build- 



396 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

ing, before which a female in classical costume, sup- 
porting with left hand an oval shield on which are the 
names, COPLEY ] STUART | TRUMBULL 1 ALLS- 
TO N , and about to place a laurel wreath upon the head 
of a young artist; below, tablet for name of recipient. 
AE. 64 mm. By Morgan. 

403. The Award Medal of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts. OU. THE. PENNSYLVANIA. ACADEMY. 
OF. THE. FINE. ARTS. FOUNDED. 1805. Fame, 
standing to left, with a palm branch in her left hand, 
about to place a laurel wreath upon the head of an artist 
who is seated to right in his studio: below, daniel 

DUPUIS. ReO. PRO. CAUSA. AETIS. HONOS. HONORATI8. 

A palette between the branches of an olive bough; 
above, awarded | to . AE. 63 mm. By 

Daniel Dupuis. 

•404. Lincoln Indian Peace Medal, 1862. Olv. ABRAHAM 
LINCOLN. PRESIDENTOFTHE UNITED STATES. 
Bearded bust of Lincoln to right; mantle over civilian 
dress; beneath truncation, s. ellis. del. sc; below, 
1862. Refo. Within circle, rural scene:- an Indian, 
with feather bonnet, plowing; children pla3dng ball; 
cabin and church; above circle, Indian warrior grasping 
white man by hair with left, and holding knife in right, 
hand; below, quiver, bust of a squaw, bow and calu- 
met. AE. 76 mm. By Ellis. This medal should 
follow No. 156. 

405. The same. White metal; provided with a ring. 76 mm. 

406. The same. AE. 63 mm. 



ih:)^*f'M^.~ 



Plate I. 





396 CATAJjOOITE of C?0IN8, TOKBN8, ANl- MIDALB. 

in^', before which a female in <' tme, sup- 

porting with left han4 an*oval shic. • ^rr the 

names, COPLEY ! STUART | TRU -- 

TON, and about to place a laurel wrwit^i 
of a young artist; below, tablet for nam 
AE. 54 ram. By Morgan. 

403. Tlie Award Medal of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine 
Arts. OU. THE. PENNSYLVANIA. ACADEMY. 
OF. THE. FINE. ARTS. FOUNDED. 1805. Fam.> 
standing to left, with a palm branch in her left 
about to place a laurel w reat ? he head of an uiii&t 

who is seated to right io ;. . Ft.>l..vv t>antvt 

DUPU18. Ren. PRO. CAUSA. ABl 

A palette between the branch^ ol uii i ; 

above, awabded | to . AF 

Daniel Dupuis. 

"LATE I. 
A^mnt, riftSftiP/AftrW^Tr !VATt OfttaiN. of the American Colonies. 

LINCC' X 

■^^NCT. i. "KlNt i r-;tt Sh I LLiNU/' 'p. 25, NO. 2. 

tijPeiKsx l'ejij^>iitfeRft,!Vtb«»4^WB^TAfL bfei'L5v4?.m-^7.^fe; ^low, 
MB^o, 4/?ctNT^\Ti£iiJiuE«aKfief.iattxaib.s«efie:- au Indian, 
wH!iOf*at<r^T.}^i^S%^ch^^l^^^#j,p. ^f»iW)^#.plaving ball: 

<^b'!^-aPMSMfe^t;'"^^>^'^'^''^i^^jP'?3"iau warrior gr 

, NO. 7. "FUGIO dENT.-, P, 27, Nd.,47. .,. . •- 

hai>da. l)tol$eu^^^^.,, Bp/U^R<?l».*9p(|^¥i.b0W : u- 

met AE. 76 mm. By Ellis. This medal should 
follow No. 156. 

405. The same. White hr-isj; [Moviuea Hiiii a nuj^. i«> umi. 

406. The same. AE. * '^ ""'. 



Plate 1. 




Plate II. 




( Revpn-i»J]fhihn «••« i 



PLATE II. 
Gold Coins of the United States of America. 

no. 1. double-eagle, p. 32. no. 92. 
no. 2. eagle. p. 35, no. 157. 
no. 3. eagle. p. 36, no. 168. 
no. 4. half-eagle, p. 40, no. 261. 
no. 5. half-eagle. p. 41. no. 289. 
no. 6. half-eagle, p. 44, no. 364. 
no. 7. three-dollars, p. 45, no. 367. 
no. 8. quarter-eagle, p. 46, no. 404. 
no. 9. dollar, p. 50, no. 501. 
no. 10. dollar, p. 50, no. 509. 



Plate II. 




[ Seven-eighths actual size.] 



Plate III. 




PLATE III. 
Silver Dollars, United States. 

no. 1. dollar. p. 52, no. 553. 

NO. 2. DOLLAR, P. 53. NO. 568. 

NO. 3. DOLLAR, P. 54. NO. 570. 

NO. 4. TRADE-DOLLAR. P. 55, NO. 604. 

NO. 5. LAFAYETTE DOLLAR, P. 57. NO. 640. 



Plate 111. 




Plate IV. 




PLATE IV, 
United States Subsidiary and Minor Coin& 

NO. 1. half-dollar, p. 58. NO. 660. 

NO. 2. half-dollar. P. 62, NO. 754. 

NO. 3. COLUMBIAN HALF-DOLLAR, P. 62, NO. 758. 

NO. 4. QUARTER-DOLLAR, P. 64, NO. 791. 

NO. 5. COLUMBIAN QUARTER-DOLLAR, P. 67, NO. 862. 

NO. 6. HALF-DIME. P. 73. NO. 997. 

NO. 7. THREE-CENTS. SILVER, P. 76, NO. 1057. 

NO. 8. FIVE-CENTS, NICKEL, P. 77, NO. 1080. 

NO. 9. THREE-CENTS. NICKEL, P. 77, NO. 1129. 



Plate IV. 




Plate V. 




PLATE V. 

United States Minor Coins, in Copper and Bronze. 

NO. 1. CENT, P. 78, NO. 1164. 

NO. 2. CENT, P. 78, NO. 1165. 

NO. 3. CENT, P. 78. NO. 1172. 

NO. 4. CENT, P. 79, NO. 1186. 

NO. 5. CENT, P. 79, NO. 1194. 

NO. 6. CENT. P. 81. NO. 1239. 

NO. 7. CENT, P. 81, NO. 1241. 

NO. 8. CENT, P. 82, NO. 1294. 

NO. 9. HALF-CENT, P. 82, NO. 1298. 

NO. 10. HALF-CENT, P. 83, NO. 1305. 

NO. 11. HALF-CENT, P. 83, NO. 1316. 

NO. 12. HALF-CENT. P. 84, NO. 1329 

NO. 13. TWO-CENTS, P. 77, NO. 1154. 



Plate V. 




Plate Vl. 




PLATE VI. 
Pattern Gold Coins. 

NO. 1. FIVE-EAGLES ($50), P. 84. NO. 134& 

NO. 2. DOUBLE-EAGLE, P. 86, NO. 1357. 

NO. 3. DOUBLE-EAGLE, P. 85, NO. 1355. 

NO. 4. EAGLE, P. 87. NO. 1370. 

NO. 5. STELLA, P. 88, NO. 1389. 

NO. 6. DOLLAR, P. 89, NO. 1393. 



Plate VI. 




Plate VII. 




PLATE VII. 
Pattern Silver Dollars. 

no. 1. dollar, p. 89, no. 1398. 

NO. 2. DOLLAR, P. 90, NO. 1404. 

NO. 3. DOLLAR, P. 93, NO. 1418. 

NO. 4. DOLLAR, P. 93, NO. 1424. 

NO. 5. EAGLE, P. 86. NO. 1365. 

NO. 6. DOLLAR. P. 94 NO. 1430. 



Plate VII 




Plate VIII. 




PLATE VIII. 

Private Gold Coins. 

no. 1. 10 dollars, templeton reid, p. 109. no. 1587. 

no. 2. 5 dollars, c. bechtler. p. 109. no. 1594. 

no. 3. 10 dollars. cincinnati mining & trading co., p. 111. no. 1604. 

no. 4. 50 dollars. august humbert. p. 111. no. 1606. 

no, 5. 10 dollars, j. s. ormsby, p. 113, no. 1620. 

no. 6. 10 dollars, j. j. conway & co., p. 116, no. 1647. 

NO. 7. 16 DOLLARS, MOFFAT & CO.. P. 112. NO. 1614. 

NO. 8. 20 DOLLARS, THE MORMONS. P. 117, NO. 1652. 

NO. 9. 5 DOLLARS. JOHN PARSON & CO.. P. 117, NO. 1650. 



Plate VIII. 




Plate IX. 





PLATE IX. 
Spanish-American Gold Coins. 

no. 1. media-onza. mexico, p. 138, no. 35. 

NO. 2. ONZA. MEXICO, P. 142. NO. 114. 

NO. 3. ONZA, MEXICO, P. 146, NO. 173. 

NO. 4. ONZA. LIMA, P. 215, NO. 6. 

NO. 5. ONZA, POTOSI, P. 216. NO. 14. 

NO. 6. CUARTA de ONZA, BOGOTA, P. 220, NO. 59. 

NO. 7. ESCUDO, BOGOTA, P. 228, NO. 163. 



Plate IX. 




Plate X. 




" ,JA-3'T-Oia3,M .a .c 



PLATE X. 
Silver Coins of the Spanish Viceroyalty of MExica 

NO. 1. TOSTON, p. 134. NO. 1. 

NO. 2. PESO, P. 136, NO. 12. 

NO. 3. PESO, P. 136. NO. 15. 

NO. ♦. PESO, P. 140. NO. 62. 

NO. 5. REAL. P. 138. NO. 44. 

NO. 6. MEDIO-REAL, P. 146. NO. 169. 

NO. 7. CUARTINO. P. 149, NO. 205. 



Plate X. 




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, -;-2SRr .3n.i<^?M3 .oea'' ^^ .">.•■ 

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PLATE XI. 
Necessity Coins of the Mexican Revolution. 

NO. 1. PESO, ZACATECAS. P. 154, NO. 214. 

NO. 2. PESO, ISSUED BY MORELOS, P. 156, NO, 230. 

NO. 3. PESO, EMPIRE, 1822-1823, P. 158, NO, 250. 

NO. 4. PESO, PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT, P. 161. NO. 271. 

NO. 5. PESO, REPUBLIC, P. 161, NO. 272, 

NO. 6. PESO, REPUBLIC. P. 173, NO. 406. 



Plate XI. 




Plate XII. 




PLATE XII. 
GoLO Coins of Republic of Mexico and Central American Countries. 

NO. 1. ONZA. MEXICO, P. 160, NO, 261. 

NO. 2. 20 PESOS, MEXICAN EMPIRE OF MAXIMILIAN, P. 170. NO. 385. 

NO. 3. 20 PESOS, REPUBLIC, P. 172, NO. 397. 

NO. 5. ONZA, CENTRAL AMERICA, SPANISH VICEROYALTY. P. 191. NO. 1. 

NO. 6. ONZA, GUATEMALA. P. 193, NO. 6. 

NO. 7. 5 PESOS, GUATEMALA. P. 193, NO. 7. 

NO. 8. MEDIA-ONZA, COSTA-RICA, P. 207. NO. 7. 



Plate XII. 




X 



ptATE xm. 




, PLATE XIII. 

Gold Coins of South American Republics. 

no. 1. onza, granadine confederation. p. 233. no. 19. 
no, 2. bolivar, venezuela, p. 241. no. 6. 
no. 3. media-onza. ecuador. p. 246. no. 4. 

NO. 4. ONZA. BOLIVIA, P. 261. NO. 1. 

NO. 5. ONZA. PERU. P. 250. NO. 1. 

NO. 6. ONZA. CHILE. P. 270. NO. 2. 

NO. 7. CONDOR. CHILE. P. 271. NO. 9. 

NO. 8. ONZA. ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. P. 279. NO. 15. 



Plate XIII. 




P'.A-^€ XiV. 




PLATE XIV. 
Silver Coins of Central and South American Countries. 

no. 1. peso, guatemala. p. 194, no. 22. 

no. 2. peso, republic of colombia, p. 233. no. 12. 

NO. 3. PESO, GRANADINE CONFEDERATION. P. 234. NO. 26. 
NO. 4. VENEZOLANO, VENEZUELA, P. 242, NO. 4. 
NO. 5. PESO. PERU, P. 253. NO. 33. 
NO. 6. SUCRE. ECUADOR. P. 246. NO. 6. 



Plate XIV, 




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PLATE XV. 

Silver Coins of South American Republics, and Necessity Pieces of West 

Indian Islands. 

NO. 1. PESO. BOLIVIA. P. 264. NO. 20. 

NO. 2. PESO. CHILE, P. 272. NO. 16. 

NO. 3. PESO, ARGENTINE REPUBLIC, P. 278, NO. 2. 

NO. A. PATAGON, BRAZIL. P. 299, NO. 44. 

NO. 5. DOUBLE GOURDE. PATTERN, P. 311, NO. 12. 

NO. 6. NECESSITY PIECE, TORTOLA. P. 319. NO. 31. 

NO. 7. NECESSITY PIECE, ST. LUCIA. P. 318, NO. 23. 

NO. 8. NECESSITY PIECE, i SECTION OF SPANISH PESO, OR REAL, P. 327. NO. 6. 



Plate XV. 




ANTIQUE COINS 
AND MEDALS. 



PART II. 

ANTIQUE COINS. 
GREEK. 

1. Massilia. AB. Drachm. Ohv. Head of Artemia. Rev. MAIIA. 

Lion r. 42.5 grs. Circ. 350 B. C. 

2. AR. Drachm. 06?;. Head of Artemis r., with quiver on shoulder. 

Rev. MAI2AAIHTQN. Lion. 40 grs. Circ. 200 B. C. 

3. AE. Drachm. Ohv. Head of Artemis r. Rev. MAI 2 A. Lion. 

CAMPANIA. 

4. Neapolis. AB. Didrachm. 06v. HeadofDia-Heber. JJev. Campanian 

bull. Exergue, NEOIIOAITQN. 120.5 grs. B. C. 340-268. 
6. AB. Didrachm. Similar to No. 4; symbol, cornucopise. 110.5 grs. 

6. AE. Litra. Ohv. Head of Apollo. Rev. Bull. 18 mm. 

7. Phistelia. AB. Obol. Obv. Facing head. Rev. Mussel shell. 

LUCANIA. 

8. Metapontum. AE. Stater. Ohv. MET A. Wheat head. Rev. Obverse 

type incuse. 117.5 grs. B. C. 550-480. 

9. AB. Stater. Ohv. Head of Demeter with veil. Rev. MET A. Wheat- 

head. 117.5 grs. B. C. 330-300. 

10. Thurium. AB. Tetradrachm. Ohv. Head of Athena. Rev. BOTPIQN. 

Rushing bull. 245.3 grs. B. C. 390-350. 

11. AB. Stater. Ohv. Head of Athena. Rev. Bull 1. ; one fish in exergue. 

12. Velia. AB. Stater. Ohv. Pallas with helmet. Rev. YEAHTQN. Lion 

devouring stag. 216 grs. B. C. 400-268. 

13. AB. Stater. Ohv. Head of Pallas with helmet, on which is olive 

branch. Rev. Prowling lion. Ill grs. 

14. Sybaris. AB. Stater. Ohv. Bull with head reverted. Rev. TM. 

Same type incuse. 120.4 grs, B. C. 560-510. 

BRTJTTIUM. 

16. Croton. AB. Stater. Obv. fPO. Tripod. Rev. Same incuse. 127.6 
grs. B. C. 550-480. 

16. AB. Stater. Ohv. fPO. Tripod. iJeu. Same incuse. 122.3 grs. B.C. 

480-420. 

17. AB. Stater. Obv. Eagle. Rev. Tripod. 121.5 grs. B. C. 420-390. 

18. Locri Epizephyrii. AB. Corinthian Stater. Ohv. AOKPQN. Head of 

Pallas in helmet. iJef. Pegasus; below, fulmen. 135.9 grs. B.C. 
344-332. 

19. AB. Stater. Ohv. Eagle devouring hare. Rev. AOKPQN. Fulmen; 

symbol, caduceus. 116.5 grs. B. C. 300-280. 

397 



398 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

CAIjABRIA. 

20. Tarentum. AB. Stater. Ohv.IAPAT. Taras on dolphin. Rev. ZAP AT. 

Winged sea-horse. 120 grs. B. C. 500-473. 
81. AB. Stater. Obv. Naked horseman r. Rev. Taras on dolphin, with 

wreath in r. hand. 120.5 grs. B. C. 400-360. 

22. AB. Stater. Obv. Naked horseman with shield in 1. hand. Rev. Taras 

on dolphin, with sea-urchin in r. hand. 114.3 grs. 

23. AB. Stater. Obv. Naked horseman with spear. Rev. Taras on dolphin; 

behind, star. 120.5 grs. 

24. AB. Stater. Obv. Naked youth crowning horse, Nike crowning rider. 

Rev. Taras on dolphin. 123.3 grs. 

25. AB. Diobol. Obv. Head of Pallas r. Rev. Heracles and lion. 17 grs. 

26. AB. Diobol. Obv. Head of Pallas 1. Rev. As last. 18.2 grs. 

SICILY. 

27. Agrigentum. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. AKPACANTOI. Eagle stand- 

ing 1. Rev. Crab; volute pattern. 26S.3 grs. B. C. 472-415. 

28. AE. Hemilitron. Obv. Eagle tearing hare. Rev. Crab; below, pistrix. 

23 mm. 226.5 grs. 

29. Catania. AB. Stater. Obv. KATANAION. Young male head. Rev. 

Fast quadriga, Nike crowning driver. 145.5 grs. B. C. 415-403. 

30. Gela. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Quadriga 1.; behind, MET A. Rev. 

Fore part of bearded, man-headed bull. 265.6 grs. Before B. C. 406. 

31. AB. Didrachm. Obv. Horseman with spear. Rev. CEAAS. As last. 

132.5 grs. B. C. 415-405. 

32. AB. Litra. Types similar to last. 6.3 grs. 

33. Leontini. AB. Tetradraclun. Obv. Victorious quadriga. Rev. Lion's 

head. 264.5 grs. B. C. 500-466. 

34. Sjrracuse. AB. Litra. Ohv. Archaic head r. Rev. Sepia. 9.5 grs. 
36. AB. Tetradraclun. Obv. ITPAKOIION. Female head, surrounded 

by dolphins. Rev. Slow quadriga, Nike above. 254 grs. 

36. AB. Tetradrachm. Similar to No. 35, but Nike is crowning the horses 

265 grs. 

37. AB. Tetradraclun. Obv. Female head with broad taenia r. Rev. Slow 

quadriga. 265.5 grs. B. C. 480^15. 

38. AB. Ditto. 263.2 grs. 

39. AE. Obv. Head of Pallas with Corinthian helmet. Rev. Starfish 

between two dolphins. 201.5 grs. 28 mm. 

40. AE. Litra. Obv. Head of Artemis r. Rev. Fulmen. 22 mm. 

41. AB. Tetradraclun. Obv. Head of Philistis. Rev. BAIIAIIIA- 

0IAIITIJOI. Victory in quadriga. B. C. 280-216. 

42. AB. 6 Litrae. Similar to last. 60 grs. 

43. AE. 30 Litrae. Obv. Head of Hieronymus 1. Rev. BAIIAEOI 

lEPQNrUOr. Fulmen. 130.5 grs. B. C. 216-215. 

MACEDON. 

44. Neapolis. AB. Hemidrachm. Ohv. Gorgon head. Rev. NEOII. Head 

of Aphrodite. 28.3 grs. B. C. 411-350. 
46. Eton. AB. Obol. Ohv. Goose. Rev. Incuse square. 15 grs. B. C. 
500-437. 

46. Lete. AB. Hemiobol. Obv. Silenos. Rev. Incuse square. 8 grs. 
Circ. 500 B. C. 



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399 



47. Aegae. AR. Obol. Ohv. He-goat. Rev. Incuse square. 14.3 grs. 

B. C. 500-480. 

48. AB. Obol. As last. 44.4 grs. 

49. Olynthus. AE. Hemldrachin. Obv. Head of Apollo r. Rev. Lyre. 

41.5 grs. B. C. 392-379. 

60. Philip n, B. C. 369-336. AV. Stater. Obv. Head of Apollo laureate. 

Rev. OIAinnor. Biga. 131.5 grs. 

61. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of Zeus. Rev. ^lAHIIIOr. Boy rider. 

crowning horse r. 215 grs. 

62. AH. Tetradrachm. Obv. As last. Rev. Bearded horseman, with kausia 

and chlamys 1. 223 grs. 

63. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. As No. 51. Rev. As last; between legs of horse, 

Helios. 222.5 grs. 

64. AB. Triobol. Obv. Head of Apollo with taenia. Rev. OIAinnOT. 

Naked horseman. 

66. AE. Obv. Head of Apollo with taenia. Rev. ^lAUIIIOr. Naked 

horseman r. 20 mm. 
56. AE, Similar to last. 20 mm. ' 

67. Alexander m, Great, B. C. 336-323. AV. Stater. Obv. Head of Pallas 

r. Rev. AAESANAPOT. Nike with trophy and laurel branch. 

133.4 grs. 

68. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of young Heracles in lion's skin. Rev. 

AAESANAPOT. Zeus seated on throne, holding eagle and scepter. 

264.5 grs. 

69. AB. Tetradrachm. Similar to No. 58; in field on reverse, wreath. 

255.4 grs. 

60. AB. Tetradrachm. Similar to No. 58. 254.5 grs. 

61. AB. Tetradrachm. Similar to No. 58; symbol, torch. 262 grs. 

62. AB. Tetradrachm. Similar to No. 58; symbol, crescent. 266.7 grs. 

63. AB. Tetradrachm. Similar to No. 58; symbol, rose. 261 grs. 

64. AB. Tetradrachm. As last, but weakly struck. 261 grs. 

66. AB. Drachm. Obv. Head of young Heracles in lion's skin. Rev. Zeus 
seated on throne and holding eagle, with wings slightly open. 64.5 
grs. 

66. AB. Drachm. Similar to No. 65. 65 grs. 

67. AB. Drachm. Similar to No. 65; beneath throne, crescent. 64.5 grs. 

68. AB. Drachm. Similar to No. 65; beneath throne, double-edged ax. 

63.5 grs. 

69. AB. Drachm. As No. 65. 53 grs. 

70. AB. Drachm. Similar to No. 65; symbol, a bee. 63 grs. 

71. AB. Hemidrachm. As No. 65. 31.4 grs. 

72. AE. Obv. Young male head with taenia r. Rev. Free horse. 27 mm. 

73. AE. Obv. Head of young Heracles in lion's skin. Rev. Club. 31.4 

grs. 

74. Philip m, Aridaeus, B. C. 323-316. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of 

young Heracles in lion's skin. Rev. 0IAinnOT. Zeus aetephorus 
seated on throne, holding scepter; in field, M. 263 grs. 
76. AE. Drachm. Types similar to last. 66.1 grs. 

76. AE. Drachm. Ditto. 65 grs. 

77. Cassander, B. C. 316-297. AE. Obv. Head of Heracles. Rev. Boy 

on a horse. 18 mm. 

78. Antigonus Doson, B. C. 229-220. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of 

Pan in center of Macedonian shield. Rev. BAIIAEQS ANTIFONOr. 
Athena Alkis. 233.2 grs. 

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400 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

79. A£. Obv. A NT I. in monogram in center of Macedonian shield. Rev. 

Helmet. 12 mm. 

80. Philip V, B. C. 220-179. AB. Draclun. Obv. Head, diademate. Rev. 

Club within wreath. 65 grs. 

81. Perseus, B. C. 178-168. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head. Rev. 

BAIIAEQI UEPIEQI. Eagle on fulmen. 

82. AE. Types similar to No. 81. 

83. After Conquest by Borne, B. C. 158-146. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. 

Bust of Artemis on shield. Rev. MAKEJONQN nPQTHS. Club 
within oak wreath. 255.5 grs. 

84. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Bust of Artemis, laige head. Rev. As last. 

260.4 grs. 
86. AB. Triobol. Obv. Head of Bacchante. Rev. Prow of ship. 33.5 grs. 

86. Boman Province, B. C. 146-. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of Arte- 

mis on shield. Rev.LE-Q.MAKEAONQN. 260.3 grs. 

87. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Bust of Alexander Great r. Rev. AESILLAS. 

Quaestorial insignia. 254.8 grs. 

THRACE. 

88. Maroneia. AB. Drachm. Obv. Forepart of horse. Rev. Grapes in in- 

cuse square. 40 grs. B. C. 500-450. 

89. AE. Types similar to No. 88. 

90. Thasos. AB. Stater. Obv. Kneeling Silenos. Rev. Incuse square. 

122.3 grs. B. C. 465-411. 

91. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of young Dionysius. Rev. HPAKAOTI 

IQTHP. Heracles. 258 grs. After B. C. 146. 

92. AB. Tetradrachm. Similar to No. 91. 258.2 grs. 

93. Byzantium. AB. Trihemiobol. Obv. Bull standing on dolphin. Rev. 

Incuse square. 19.3 grs. B. C. 400-350. 

94. AB. Hemidrachm. Obv. Forepart of bull. Rev. Trident. 28.3 grs. 

95. Ditto. 26.4 grs. 

96. Ditto. 28 grs. 

97. AB. Drachm. Types as No. 94. 59.5 grs. B. C. 350-280. 

98. Istrus. AB. Drachm. Obv. Heads of Dioskuri in opposite directions. 

Rev. IITPIH. Sea eagle on a dolphin. 63.4 grs. B. C. 300. 

99. Kingdom of Thrace. Lysimachus, B. C. 323-281. AV. Stater. Obv. 

Head of deified Alexander. Rev. BAIIAEQI AYIIMAXOr. Pallaa 
Nikephoros seated. 130.5 grs. 

100. AB. Tetradrachm. Types similar to No. 99. 261.5 grs. 

101. Ditto. 258 grs. 

THESSALY. 

102. Larissa. AB. Drachm. Obv. Facing head of nymph, Larissa. Rev. 

AAPIIAIQN. Grazing horse. 91 grs. 

103. Ditto. 93.5 grs. 

104. Ditto. 91 grs. 
106. Ditto. 91.5 grs. 

106. Pharsalos. AB. Tetrobol. Obv. Head of Pallas. Rev. (PAP. Horse's 

head. 46 grs. B. C. 480-344. 

107. Thessali. AB. Double Victoria tus. Obv. Head of Zeus, crowned 

with oak; behind, NIKOKPATOTI. Rev. OIAOSENIJ. nETPAIOS 
BEIIA-AQN. Aethena Itonia. 96.5 grs. B. C. 196-146. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 401 
IliliYRIA. 

108. ApoUonia. AR. Drachm. Obv. Cow and calf. Eev. AIIOA EUI KA 

AOr. "Garden of Alcinous." B. C. 400-350. 

109. AB. Draclim. Similar to No. 108. 

110. AE. Drachm. Ditto. 

111. AB. Drachm. Obv. Head of Apollo. 0IAQN. Rev. Three nymphs 

dancing. After B. C. 100.- 

112. AE. Denarius. Obv.AFQNinnor. Head of Apollo 1. Itev.JINOKPA- 

THI EPIMANAI TOT. Three nymphs. 

112. AB. Epirtis. AR. Drachm. Obv. Head of Zeus. Rev. AIIEI PQTAN 

Eagle on fulmen. 73 grs. B. C. 342. 

113. Ditto. 71.5 grs. 

114. AR. Hemidrachm. Obv. Zeus Dodonaeus. Rev. Fulmen within oak 

wreath. 

ACARNANTA. 

115. Palaerus. AR. Diobol. Obv. Female head. Rev. Pegasus. 20.5 

grs. B. C. 350-250. 

116. Leucas. AR. Stater. Obv. Head of Pallas; behind, caduceus and A- 

Rev. Pegasus flying r. 128.5 grs. Before 250 B. C. 

117. AR. Stater. Obv. As No. 116. Rev. Pegasus flying 1. 125.7 grs. 

118. Ditto. 06v. As No. 116; behind head, Boeotian shield. Rev. AslVJ. 

112.6 grs. 

119. Aetolia. AR. Hemidrachm. Obv. Head of Aetolia. Rev. AETQAQN. 

Boar charging r. 

120. Locris. AR. Tetrobol. Oiw. Head of Persephone. Rev. OUONTIQN. 

Locrian Ajax, armed. 41 grs. B. C. 400. 

121. AR. Hemidrachm. Similar to last; Cantharus in field on reverse. 

33.5 grs. 

122. Thebes, Boeotia. AR. Tetradrachm. Obv. Boeotian shield. Rev. 

Cantharus dividing KA - BI. 

123. AR. Hemidrachm. Obv. As last. Rev. Cantharus dividing BO - I. 

38 grs. 

ETJBOBA. 

124. Chalcis. AR. Tetrabol. Obv. Female head. Rev. Eagle with ser- 

pent. 47 grs. 
126. AE, Types similar to No. 124. 81.5 grs. 

126. Histiaea. AR. Hemidrachm. Obv. Head of a Maenad. Rev. 

IITIAIEQN. Nymph Istiaea seated on ship prow. 36 grs. B. C. 
313-265. 

127. Ditto. 35.5 grs. 

128. Ditto. 34.5 grs. 

129. AR. Diobol. Types similar to No. 126. 18.6 grs. 

ATTICA. 

130. Athens. AR. Tetradrachm. Obv. Archaic head of Athena r. Rev. 

ABE. Owl in incuse square. 262.2 grs. B. C. 594-527. 

131. AR. Hemiobol. Similar to No. 130. 

132. AR. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of Athena r., with helmet adorned 

with olive leaves. Rev. A8E. Owl in incuse square; behind, crescent 
and sprig of olive. 262.8 grs. B. C. 527-430. 

133. Ditto. 265.1 grs. 

134. AR. Drachm. Types similar to No. 132. 61.45 grs. 



402 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

138. AB. OboL Types as No. 132, but only one leaf of olive on reverse. 
9.9 gre. 

136. AB. Hemiobol. Similar to No. 135. 6.3 grs. 

137. AB. Tetradrachm. Fine style, B. C. 430-. Obv. Head of Athena. 

Rev. Owl and spray of olive in incuse square. 265.2 grs. 

138. Ditto. 265.3 grs. 

139. Ditto. 264.8 grs. 

140. Drachm. Similar to No. 137. 65.8 grs. 

141. AB. Trihemitartemorion. Obv. Head of Athena r. Rev. Kalathos 

in incuse square. 4.5 grs. 

142. Ditto. As No. 140, but owl in incuse square on reverse. 4.1 grs. 

143. New Style. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of Athena Parthenos wear- 

ing helmet with triple crest Rev. ABE JHMHTPIOI ArABinnOI. 
Owl standing on an amphora lying on its side. 257.9 grs. B. C. 
220-196. 

144. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. As No. 143. Rev. Similar to 143; symbol, 

Triptolemus in serpent car. Mags. , Eumarides and Cleomenas. 256. 5 
grs. B. C. 196-187. 

145. AB. Tetradrachm. Similar to No. 143, Sut Athena wears plain hel- 

met. Mags., Ktesi and Euma. AR. 236.1 grs. 

146. Aeglna. AB. Stater. Obv. Tortoise with plain shell and dots. Rev. 

Incuse square. 167.5 grs. B. C. 550-480. 

147. AB. Obol. Types similar to No. 146. 13 grs. 

148. AB. Triobol. Obv. Tortoise with plates of shell indicated. Rev. In- 

cuse square. 43 grs. B. C. 480-456. 

149. Corinth. AB. Stater. Obv. Pegasus bridled, wings curled, walking r. 

Rev. Incused square. 124.4 grs. B. C. 600-500. 

150. AB. Stater. Obv. Similar to last. Rer, Head of Pallas to left, wear- 

ing Corinthian helmet without crest over leather flap; in field, tripod. 

134.4 grs. B. C. 400-350. 

161. Ditto. Obv. P^asus flying 1. Rev. As last; symbol on reverse, cicala. 

131.5 grs. 

162. Ditto. Symbol, griffin's head. 130.8 grs. 

153. Ditto. Symbol, flying Nike. 131.7 grs. B. C. 338. 

164. Ditto. Symbol, bow and quiver. 131.3 grs. 

185. Ditto. Obv. As No. 151. Rev. Head of Pallas wearing Corinthian 

helmet bound wdth olive over leather flap. Symbol, boar. 129.8 

grs. B. C. 338-300. 

166. Stater. As last. Symbol, Gorgon head on Aegis. 131.5 grs. 

167. AB. Stater. Obv. As No. 151. Ret). Head of Pallas with Corinthian 

helmet without crest, over leathern flap. In field. Palladium. 133 
grs. 

158. Ditto. Symbol, cornucopia. 130.9 grs. 

159. Ditto. Symbol, plough. 131 grs. 

160. Ditto. Symbol, thyrsos. 131.43 grs. 

161. Ditto. Symbol, Helios. 130.5 grs. 

162. Ditto. Symbol, Artemis running to left holding torch in both hands. 

130.9 grs. 

163. Ditto. As last, 130.5 grs. 

PEIjOPOXNESUS. 

164. Sicyon. AB. Stater. Obv. Chimaera walking 1. Rev. Flying dove. 

167.5 grs. B. C. 400-322. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 403 

166. AS. Drachm. Similar to last. 68 grs. 

166. AB. Hemidrachm. Types as No. 164. 36 grs. 

167. Ditto. 40 grs. 

168. AE. Hemidrachm. Obv. Flying dove. Rev. I in incuse square. 

34.5 grs. B. C. 322-251. 

ACHAEAN liEAGUE, B. C. 280-175. 

169. Cerjmeia. AE. Hemidrachm. Obv. Head of Zeus. Rev. AX. in mon- 

ogram. 37.4 grs. 

170. Elis. As last. 

171. Dyme. Ditto. 

IiACONIA. 

172. Lacedemon. AE. Hemidrachm. Obv. Head of Heracles. Rev. Am- 

phora between pelei of Dioskuri. 35 grs. 

173. Argos, Argolis. AE. Tetrobol. Obv. Forepart of wolf. Rev. Large A 

beneath two incuse impressions. 39.5 grs. B. C. 468-400. 

174. Ditto. As last. 

176. AE. Obv. Head of Apollo. R^. Tripod. 

ARCADIA. 

176. Megalopolis. AE. Triobol. Obv. Head of Zeus Lykaeus. Rev. Pan 

seated upon a rock. 37.5 grs. B. C. 300-257. 

CRETE. 

177. Cnossus. AE. Drachm. Obv. Head of Apollo. Rev. KNQ2IQN. 

Theseus seated on square labyrinth, and holding Nike. 87.5 grs. 
B. C. 350-300. 

178. Bronze. Obv. Europa riding on bull. Rev. Labyrinth. 19 mm. 

179. Gortyna. AE. Stater. Obv. Europa seated in tree. Rev. Bull. 171 

grs. B. C. 400. 

180. Stnope, Paphlagonia. AE. Stater. Obv. Head of Sinope. Rev. IINQ. 

Sea eagle on a dolphin. 91 grs. B. C. 415-364. 

BITHYNIA. 

181. Calchedon. AE. Drachm. Obv. Bull on ear of com. Rev. "Mill 

sail" incuse square. 58.3 grs. B. C. 350-280. 

182. AE. Drachm. As last. 59.5 grs. 

183. AE. Hemidrachm. Obv. As No. 181. Rev. Three ears of com. 

184. Kingdom. Prusias H, B. C. 180-149. Bronze. Obv. Head of young 

Dionysius. Rev. Cheiron playing lyre, nPOYIIOr BAIIAEOr. 
12 mm. 
186. AE. As last. 18 mm. 

186. AE. Obv. Head of Prusias r. Rev. Heracles standing. 

MYSIA. 

187. Apollonia ad Ehyndicum. AE. Drachm. Obv. Gorgoneion. Rev. A. 

Anchor and lobster. 51 grs. B. C. 400-330. 

188. AE. Drachm. As last. 49 grs. 

189. Parium. AE. Hemidrachm. Obv. Gorgoneion. Rev. 11 A PI. Bull 

standing to left. 35.5 grs. B. C. 350-300. 

190. Pergamum. AE. Tetradrachm (Cistophonis). Obv. Serpent emerg- 

ing from cista. Rev. Two serpents coiled ; to right, staff of Aescu- 
lapius entwined with serpent. TH. 192.5 grs. B. C. 133-167. 



404 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

191. Ditto. Another variety of No. 190. 188 grs. 

192. Ditto. As No. 191. 190 grs. 

193. Tenedos, Troas. AB. Drachm. Obv. Janiform head of male and 

female — Dionysus and Ariadne (?). Rev. TEN . . . ON. Double 
ax in incuse square. 55 grs. B. C. 400-350. 

AEOIjIS. 

194. Cjrme. Lead. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of Kyme, foimder of the 

city. Eev. Horse; vase; all within a wreath. 
196. Myrina. AB. Tetradrachm. 06r. Head of Apollo. Ren.MYPIMAIQN. 
Statue of Apollo; ouiphalos and amphora. 229.5 grs. After B. C. 
197. 

lONXA. 

196. Ephesus. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. E-9. A bee. Rev. Forepart of 

stag; m^istrate's name, NHIAPXOI. 232.5 grs. B. C. 394-295. 

197. Bronze. Obv. Head of Artemis. Rev. Bee. 17 nmi. 

198. AB. Drachm. Obv. Bee; border of dots. Rev. Stag and palm tree. 

59.5 grs. B. C. 202-189. 

199. AB. Tetradrachm (Cistophorus). Obv. As No. 190. Rev. Coiled ser- 

pents, and Victory standing between their upraised heads. 191 grs. 
B. C. 189-67. 

200. Miletus. EL. Stater. Obv. Forepart of lion. Rev. Triple incuse de- 

pression. 73 grs. B. C. 700-494. 

201. AB. Trihemiobol. Obv. Forepart of lion 1., with head reverted. 

Rev. Star in incuse square. 17 grs. B. C. 478-390. 

202. Ditto. Similar types, but lion to right. 18 grs. 

203. Phocaea. EL. Hecta. Obv. Head of Athena 1. Rev. Incuse square. 

39 grs. B. C. 650-560. 

204. Samos. AB. Drachm. Ohv. Lion's scalp. Rev. Forepart of bull. 

72 grs. B. C. 494-439. 

205. Bhodes. AB. Trihemiobol. Obv. Facing head of Helios. Rev. Rose 

with bud between P - 0. 17.7 grs. B. C. 400-304. 

206. Ditto. 17.5 grs. 

207. AB. Trihemidrachm. Obv. Facing head of Helios. Rev. Rose with 

bud; Magistrate, TIMOOY. 79 grs. B. C. 304-168. 

208. AB. Tetrobol. Obv. Head of Helios radiate r. Rev. Rose with bud 

in incuse square; above, AEKPATHI. 39 grs. 

209. AB. Drachm. Obv. Facing head of Helios. Rev. Rose, full blown, 

within circle of dots. 56.3 grs. 88.43 B. C. 

210. Bronze. Obv. Bust of Artemis r. Rev. Appollo standing with lyre. 

24 mm. B. C. 150-50. 

211. Philadelphia. Bronze. Obv. As last. Rev. Zeus seated 1. ; in front, 

eagle on column. <PIAAAEA<P- • 21 mm. 

212. Ditto. Obv. Head of Zeus r. Rev. (PIAAAEA^ESN. Lyre. 

213. Philadelphia under Borne. Bronze. Obv. AEMOI. Bust of Demos. 

Rev. <PIAAJEA0EQN NEQKOPQN. Aphrodite with mirror arrang- 
ing her hair. 24 mm. B. C. 150-. 

214. Ditto. Obv. As last. Rev. Artemis with bow and quiver and hound. 

215. Ditto. Obv. As 213. Rev. Lion charging r. 

216. Sardes. Bronze. Obv. Artemis veiled. Rev. lAPAIANQN. Zeus 

standing. 18 mm. B. C. 200-50. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 405 
PAMPHYLIA. 

217. Aspendus. AR. Stater, Obv. Two wrestlers. Eev. EITFEJIIYI. 

Slinger and triskelis in incuse square. 167 grs. B. C. 400-300. 

218. AE. Stater, Similar. 167.2 grs. 

219. Side. AB. Tetradraclim. Ohv. Head of Pallas with Corinthian 

helmet. Rev. Nike holding a wreath. 252 grs. B. C. 190-36. 
Countermark, anchor. 

CILICIA. 

220. Tarsus, Phamabazus, B. C, 378-372. AE. Stater. Ohv. Head of 

Arethusa facing. Rev. Bearded head of Ares. 160 grs. 

221. Mazaeus, B. C. 362-328. AE. Stater. 06 y. Baal tars on throne. Rev. 

Lion devouring stag. 149.6 grs. 

222. AE, Tetradrachm. Ohv. As last. Rev. Lion walking; above, anchor. 

247.6 grs. B, C, 331-328, 

CAPPADOCIA. 

223. Ariarathes IX, B. C. 96-94. Ohv. Head of king r. Rev. BAIIAEQI 

APIAPAdOr EIEBOri. Pallas Nikephoros, standing. 64 grs. 

224. Ditto. 61 grs. 

226. Ariobarzanes m, B. C. 51-42, Ohv. Head r. Rev. BAIIAEQI 
APIBAPZANOr EIEBOri KAI (PIAAPQMAIOr. Pallas nikephoros. 
54 grs. 

SYRIA. 

226. Seleucus I, B. C. 312-280. AE. Tetradraclini. Obv. Head of Zeus. 

Rev. BAIIAEQI lEAETKOr. Pallas in quadriga. 233 grs, 

227. Antiochus I, B. C. 281-261. AE. Tetradraclim. Ohv. Head, Rev. 

BAIIAEQI ANTIOXOr. Apollo sitting on omphalos. 259,5 grs, 

228. Seleucus m, B. C, 226-223, AE. Tetradraclim, 06v. Youthful head. 

Rev. BAIIAEQI lEAETKOT. As last. 267 grs. 

229. Antiocliusm,B. C. 222-187. 06?;. Head diademed. Rev. BAIIAEQI 

ANTIOXOr. As 227. 259.7 grs. 

230. Seleucus IV, B. C. 187-185. AE. Tetradrachm. Ohv. Head, dia- 

demed. Rev. BAIIAEQI lEAEYKOT. Apollo seated on omphalos. 

259.7 grs. 

231. Antiochus V, B, C. 164-162. AE. Tetradrachm. Ohv. Head, dia- 

demater. Rev. BAIIAEQI ANTIOXOr ErUATOPOI. Zeus Nike- 
phoros seated 1. 257.2 grs. 

232. Demetrius I, B. C. 162-150. AE. Tetradrachm. Obv. Diademed 

head of king. Rev. BAIIAEQI AHMHTPIOY. Tyche on throne; 
behind, Nike. 256.5 grs. 

233. AE, Tatradrachm, Ohv. As Last, Rev. As last with IQTHPOI 

added to title, 259.2 grs, 

234. AE, Drachm, Types similar to No. 232. 60.9 grs. 

235. Bronze. Types similar to No. 232. 29 mm. 193 grs. 

236. Alexander I Bala, B. C. 153-144. Ohv. Head of king diademate. 

Rev. BAIIAEQI AAESANAPOr SEOnATOPOI ETEPPETOr. Zeus 
Nikephoros seated 1. 256.9 grs. 

237. AE. Drachm. Ohv. As last. Rev. Apollo seated on omphalos. 

238. Antiochus VI, B. C. 145-142. AE. Tetradrachm. Obv. Radiate head 

r. Rev. BAIIAEQI ANTIOXOr EHMANOri AIONTIOT. Dios- 
curi in flight. 257.2 grs. • 

239. AE, Drachm, Ohv. As No, 238. Rev. Apollo seated on omphalos. 

63,3 grs. 



406 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

240. Antiochas vn, B. C. 138-129. AB. Tetradraclim. Obv. Head diade- 

mate r. Rev. BAIIAEQI ANTIOXOr ErEPFETOr. Pallas Nike- 
phoroB. 252.9 grs. 

241. Ditto. 240.1 grs. 

242. AK. Drachm. Obv. Head r. Rev. Nike diademate. 50.5 grs. 

243. Bronze. Obv. Ship's prow. Rev. Spear, 23 mm. 

244. Demetrius n, Nicator, B. C. 130-125. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. 

Youthful head diademate. Rev. BAIIAEQI JHMHTPIOr BEOT 
0IAAJEA^Or NIKATOPOI. Apollo on omphalos. 255.4 grs. 
246. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Bearded head r. Rev. Zeus Nikephoros 
seated 1. 256.8 grs. 

246. Alexander n, B. C. 12S-123. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head r. Rev. 

BAIIAEQI AAEEANdPOr. Zeus seated 1. 

247. AB. Drachm. Similar to last. 69.4 grs. 

248. Antiochus vm, B. C. 121-96. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head r. 

Rev. BAIIAEQI ANTIOXOY Eni<PANOri. Zeus standmg 1. 244 
grs. 

249. Ditto. Zeus seated right on reverse. 25Q.9 grs. 

250. Ditto. Similar to No. 249. 243 grs. 

251. Ditto. Similar to No. 249. 236 grs. 

252. Antiochus IX, B. G. 116-95. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Beardless 

head r. Rev. BAIIAEQI ANTIOXOT (PIAOnATOPOI. Zeus Nike- 
phoros seated 1. 248 grs. 

263. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. As last. Rev. Pallas Nikephoros standing. 

253.9 grs. 

264. Seleucus VI, B. C. 96-96. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head r. Rev. 

BAIIAEQI lEAETKOr EUKPANOri NIKATOPOI. Zeus Nike- 
phoros. 248.5 grs. 

266. Philippus, B. C. 92-^3. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head r. Rev. 
Type similar to last. 238.5 grs. 

266. Ditto. 211.8 grs. 

257. Tigranes, B. C. 95-66. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head, with high 
tiara, r. Rev. Tyche of Antioch seated r. 239.5 grs. 

PHOENICIA. 

268. Aradus. AB. Stater. Obv. Head of Melkarth, laureate. Rev. Galley 
on waves. 162 grs. 

259. AB. Obol. As last. 12.3 grs. 

260. Ditto. 12 grs. 

261. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Turreted head of Tyche of Aradus. Rev. 

Nike holding aplustre and palm. 232 grs. 

262. Ditto. 223 grs. 

263. Tyre. AB. Stater. Obv. Melkarth, armed, riding on sea horse. Rev. 

Owl, crook, and flail. 135 grs. B. C. 450-332. 

264. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of Heracles, laureate. Rev. TTPOT 

lEPAI KAI AirAOr. Eagle on rudder; club and date. 220.5 grs. 
B. C. 126-57. 
266. Ditto. 218 grs. 

JUDAEA. 

266. Simon Maccabaeus, B. C. 143-135. AB. Shekel. Obv. "Shekel 
Israel" A chalice; above, "Year 2." Rev. "Jerusalem The Holy," 
Aaron's rod. 217 grs. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS, 407 

267. AR. Half ShekeL Similar to No. 266, but reading "Half Shekel." 

105 grs. 

268. Herod the Great, B. C. 37-4. Bronze. Obv. BAIIAEQI HPQdOr. 

Anchor. Rev. Two cornicopise. 14 mm. 

269. Herod Archelaus, B. C. 4-A. D. 6. Bronze. Ohv. HPQAOT Grapes. 

Rev. ESNAPXOr Helmet. 18 mm. 

270. Herod Agrippa, A, D. 37-44. Bronze. Ohv. BAIIAEQI . . . Um- 

brella. Rev. Ears of corn. 18 mm. 

271. Ditto. 17 mm. 

272. Nero. Bronze. Ohv. Palm branch. Rev. NEPQNOI. 16 mm. 

273. Simon — First Revolt — A. D. 66-70. Bronze. Ohv. Vase. Rev. Vine 

leaves. 18 mm. 

274. Vespasian. AE. Sestertius. Ohv. Bust, laureate, r. Rev. IVDAEA 

CAPTA. S. C. Judaea seated beneath palm tree and guarded by 
Roman soldier. 32 mm. 

275. Second Revolt, A. D. 132-135. AR. Roman Denarius, restruck. 

Obv. "Simon". Cluster of grapes. Rev. "Deliverance of Israel". 
Palm branch. 47.5 grs. 



"The Widow's Mite." A small bronze coin in the Collection has 
attracted undue popular attention as being a specimen of the Lep- 
ton referred to by St. Mark, Ch. 12, 42. The piece weighs 10.2 
grains, is probably a Greek Lepton, but can not be attributed with 
any degree of certainty, and is almost certainly not the sort of coin 
mentioned by St. Mark. 

PARTHIA. 

276. Mithradates n, B. C. 123-88. AR. Drachm. Ohv. Diademed head 1. 

Rev. BAIIAEQI MEPAAOT APIAKOT EnWANOTI. Arsaces 
seated r., on omphalos. 66.5 grs. 

277. AR. Drachm. 66.5 grs. 

278. Ditto. 66.3 grs. 

279. Ditto. Ohv. As No. 276. Rev. Arsaces seated on throne. 64 grs. 

280. Ditto. As No. 279. 64 grs. 

281. Ditto. 64 grs. 

282. Ditto. Obv. Bust 1., with long, pointed beard, helmet, necklace, and 

cuirass. Rev. BAIIAEQI BAIIAEQN MEPAAOY APIAKOr 
EUWANOn. Arsaces seated on throne. 56 grs. 

283. Drachm. As No. 282. 56 grs. 

284. Ditto. Crescent on helmet. 56 grs. 

285. Ditto. Star on helmet. 56 grs. 

286. Ditto. As last. 56 grs. 

287. Ditto. 56 grs. 

288. Phraates IV, B. C. 37-32. AR. Tetradrachm. Ohv. Bust 1. Rev. 

Phraates, seated, receiving palm branch from Tyche of the city. 

289. Orodes I, B. C. 66-37. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Arsaces seated on throne. 

54.5 grs. 

290. Drachm. Variety of No. 289. 58 grs. 

291. Drachm. Ohv. Bust 1.; behind, star and crescent; in front, star. 

Rev. Arsaces enthroned; behind, anchor and crescent. 58 grs. 

292. Gotarzes, A. D. 40-60. AR. Drachm. Obv. Bust 1., with long 

beard. Rev. Arsaces seated r. 53.5 grs. 



408 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

SASSANTDAE. 

293. Ardashir, A. D. 226-240. AS.. Obv. Crowned head r. Rev. Fire 

altar. 65 grs. 

294. Sapor, A. D. 240-272. AB. Obv. Crowned head r. Rev. Fire altar 

and priestesses. 64 grs. 

295. Ditto. Broader flan and altar larger. 65 grs. 

296. NarseM (Narses) AB. Obv. CroMmed head r. Rev. Fire altar and 

priestesses. 62 grs. 

297. Varahran Chobin. AB. Obv. Crowned bust r. ; wears pearl neck- 

lace and earrings. Rev. Fire altar. 56 grs. 

PERSIA (EMPIRE OP ACHAEMENEDAE). 

298. AV. Daric. Obv. The king kneeling r. , with spear, bow, and quiver. 

Rev. Incuse depression. 128 grs. 

299. AB. Siglos. Types similar to No. 298. 84 grs. 

BACTRIA. X 

300. Agathocles. Bronze, square. Obv. Dancer. Rev. BAIIAEQI 

AFAeOKAEQl. Lion. 20 by 22 mm. 

801. Eucratides, B. C. 200-160. Bronze, square. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 
Dioscuri. 21 by 23 mm. 

302. Apollodotus. AB. Hemidrachm. Obv. BAIIAEQI AHOAAOJOTOr 

IQTHPOI. Elephant standing r. iim Indian bull. 36.6 grs. 

303. Bronze, square. Obv. Apollo, laureated, standing facing. Rev. 

Tripod. 23 by 25 mm. 

304. Menander. AB. Hemidrachm. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Zeus 

standing 1. 38.4 grs. 
805. AB. Hemidrachm. As last. 

306. AB. Hemidrachm. Obv. Bust of king with aegis and spear. Rev. As 

No. 304. 38.5 grs. 

307. AB. Hemidrachm. Obv. Bust, diademate, r. Rev. As No. 304. 

308. Bronze, square. Obv. Bust of Pallas r. Rev. Nike standing r. 18 

by 20 mm. 

309. Antimachus H. AB. Drachm. Obv. Nike standing 1. Rev. King 

mounted r. 37 grs. 

310. Hermaeus. AB. Tetradrachm. Obv. Bust, diademate, r. Rev. Zens, 

laureated, seated 1. on throne. 
811. Azes. Bronze. Obv. Humped bull r. Rev. Lion. 25 mm. 
312. Kanerkes. AV. Stater. Obv. King, nimbate, standing, 1. by an 

altar. Rev. Goddess, nimbate, seated facing. 119 grs. 

813. Hooerkes, A. D. 111-129. AV. Stater. 06 r. Half length figure of the 

king emerging from clouds. Rev. Goddess in talaric chiton, holding 
cornucopia in both hands. 122 grs. 

814. AV. Stater. Obv. As last. Rev. Moon god 1., crescent behind shoul- 

ders. 122.5 grs. 
816. Bronze. Obv. King on an elephant. Rev. Male divinity standing 1., 
holding wreath and tongs. 22 mm. 

316. Bronze. Obv. As last. Rev. Siva standing 1. 24 mm. 

317. Bazodeo. AV. Stater. Obv. King standing 1., holding right hand 
over an altar. Rev. Siva standing 1. 119.5 grs. 

818. Bronze. Obv. King standing by an altar. Rev. Siva standing facing. 
22 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 409 
BOYPT. 

819. Ptolemy I. Soter, B. C, 323-311. AR. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of 
Alexander Great, with lion skin, r. Rev. IJTOAEMAIOr BAIIAEQI. 
Athena Alkis hurling fulmen. 241.5 grs. 

320. Ditto. Broader flan than last. 237 grs. 

321. Ditto. Obv. Head of Ptolemy r. Rev. Eagle on fulmen. 218 grs. 

322. Ptolemy H PWladelphus, B. C. 286-247. AE. Obv. Head of Zeus. 

Rev. Eagle on thunderbolt. 45 mm. 

323. Arsinoe n. AV. Octodrachm. Obv. Veiled head of the queen r.; 

behind, K. Rev. APIINOHI ^lAAAEA^OT. Double cornucopia. 
431 grs. 

324. AR. Deoadrachm. Similar to No. 323. 538.5 grs. 

326. Ptolemy VI, B. C. 181-146. Bronze. Obv. Head of Zeus r. Rev. 
Eagle on fulmen; broad flan. 37 mm. 

326. Bronze. Types as last. 39 mm. 

327. Ptolemy VDI, B. C. 170-117. AR. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head r. Rev. 

niOAEMAIOr BAIIAEQI. Eagle on fulmen. 219 grs. 

328. Ptolemy X, B. C. 117-81. AR. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of Ptolemy 

r. Rev. HTOAEMAIOr BAIIAEQI. Eagle on fulmen. 215 grs. 

329. Ptolemy XI. AR. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head r. Rev. Eagle on ful- 

men. 217 grs. 

330. AR. Didrachm. Similar to No. 329. 

831. Ptolemy Xm, B. C. 81-58. AR. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head, diade- 
mate, r. Rev. Eagle on fulmen; dated year 2. 204 grs. 

CYRENE. 

332. AR. Tetradrachm. Obv Head of Zeus Ammon r. Rev. Silphium; 

magistrate's name, AAIAEON (?). 201 grs. B. C. 431-321. 

333. AV. Hecte. Obv. Horseman 1. Rev. KYPA. Silphium. 23.5 grs. 

B. C. 321-308. 

ZBUGITANA. 

334. Carthage. AR. Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of Persephone. Rev. 

Horse's head and palm branch. 264.5 grs. B. C. 410-310. 
336. EL. Stater. Obv. Head of Persephone 1. Rev. Horse standing 1.; 
above, radiate disk between two uraei. 163 grs. 

NUMIDIA. 

336. Juba I, B. C. 60-46. AR, Denarius. Obv. Bust r., with scepter over 

shoulder. Rev. A temple; "Juba Rex" in Neo-Punic. 

MAURITANIA. 

337. Juba H, B, C, 25-A, D, 23, AR. Denarius. Obv. JUBA REX. 

Head r. Rev. Cornucopia. 



HOME. 

TUB REPUBIjIC. 
CAMPANIA. 

[The reference B. is to Babelon's "Monnaies de la R^publique romaine."] 

1. AE. Triens. Obv. Thunderbolt; marks of value. Rev. Dolphin; below, 

marks of value. 1758.8 grs. 

2. AE. Qoadrans. Obv. Two barley corns between marks of value. Rev. 

An open right hand; marks of value. 1376.6 grs. 

3. AE. Quadrans. 06r. Boar running r.; below, coo. i?«r. Boar running 1.; 

below, ooo. 1175 grs. 

4. AE. Sextans. Obv. Head of one of the Dioscuri r. ; behind, oo. Rev. 

Head of other Dioscuri 1. ; behind, oo. 828.5 grs. 
6. AE. TJncia. Obv. Knuckle bone; below, o. Rev. In center, o. 293.5 
grs. 

ROME. 

6. AE. As. Obv. Bearded head of Janus. Rev. Prow of ship; above, 

mark of value, I. 3648.4 grs. 

7. AE. As. Obv. Same types as No. 6. 3610.6 grs. 

8. AE. Triens. Obv. Helmeted head of Roma. Rev. Prow of ship r. ; 

below, oooo. 1351.2 grs. 

9. AE. Triens. Same types as No. 8. 1344,7 grs. 

10. AE. Triens. Same types as No. 8. 1336.3 grs. 

11. AE. Quadrans. Obv. Head of Hercules 1.; behind, ooo. Rev. Prow of 

ehipr. ; below, ooo. 934.2 grs. 

12. AE. Quadrans. Countermarked; types indistinguishable. 655 grs. 

STRUCK COINS. 

TRIENTAL STANDAKD. 

13. AE. Sextans. Obv. Head of Mercury r. ; above, oo. Rev. Prow of 

shipr. ; above, ROMA; below, oo. 427 grs. B. p. 46, No. 18. 

14. AE. Sextans. Same types as No. 13. 379.5 grs. 

16. AE. TJncia. Obv. Head of Roma 1. Rev. Prow of ship r.; above, 
ROMA; below, o. 97 grs. 

16. AE. TJncia. Same types as No. 15. 126.5 grs. 

UNCIAL STANDARD. 

17. AE. As. Obv. Laureated head of Janus; above, I. Rev. Prow of 

ship; below ROMA. 577.5 grs. 

18. AE. Semis. Obv. Head of Jupiter r. ; behind, S. Rev. Prow of ship 

r.; above, 8.; below, ROMA. 148.8 grs. 

19. AE. Triens. Obv. Helmeted head of Roma r. ; above, oooo. Rev. Prow 

of shipr.; above, ROMA; below, oooo. 148.8 grs. 

410 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 411 
SEMUNCIAl, STANDARD. 

20. AE. Triens. Obv. Head of Roma r.; above, oooo. Rev. Prow of ship 

r.; above, ROMA. 83 grs. 

21. AE. Sextans. Obv. Head of Mercury r. ; above, oo. Rev. Prow of 

shipr.; above, ROMA; below, oo. 66.5 grs. 

RO M ANO - C AMPANIAN. 

22. AE. Denarius. Obv. Head of Mars r. Rev. ROMA, Head of bridled 

horse r. B. p. 27, No. 34. 

23. AB. Denarius. Obv. ROMA. Head of Roma. iJev. Roma, seated on 

pile of shields r. B. p. 72, No. 176. 

24. AR.' Obv. Head of Apollo, laureate, r.; below, thunderbolt. Rev. 

Jupiter in quadriga to r. 

25. Aburia Obv. GEM (Geminus). Head of Roma r. ; beneath chin, 

X. i?et;. C. ABVRI. ROMA. Sol in quadriga r. B. 6. 

26. Accoleia. Obv. P. ACCOLEIVS LARISCOLVS, Bust of Acca Lau- 

rentia r. Rev. Three statues of the nymps of the oak forest. B. 1. 

27. AciUa. 06v. BALBVS. ROMA. HeadofRomar. Rev.MU.AC\L\. 

Jupiter in quadriga driven by Victory. B. 1. 
28.06?;. M. ACILIVS M.F. Head of Roma. Rev. ROMA. Hercules in 

quadriga. B. 4. 
29. 06?;. SALVTIS. Head of the goddess of health r. i?et;. MN. ACILIVS 

I II V I R. V ALETV. The goddess of health feeding a serpent. B. 8. 
80. AeUa. 06?;. Head of Roma. i?e?;. P.PAETVS ROMA. The Dioscuri 

mounted. B. 3. 
31. 06?;. BALA. Head of Diana, diademate r. Rev. C.ALLI. Diana in 

deer biga r. B. 4. 

82. AemiUa. 06?;. ROMA. Bust of Roma r. i2e?». MN. AIMILIO LEP. 

An equestrian statue. B. 7. 

83. 06?;. King Aretas kneeling beside his camel. In exergue, REX ARE- 

TAS. Rev. P.HVPSAE. AED. CVR. C. HVPSAE.COS.PREIVE. 
. CAPTV. Jupiter in quadriga 1. B. 8. 

84. 06?;. PAVLLVS LEPIDVS. CONCORDIA. Veiled head of Concord 

r. Rev. PAVLLVS TER. Paullus standing by trophy; Perseus and 

two sons. B. 10. 
86. 06?;. LEPIDVS PONT. MAX. Ill VIR R.P.C. Head of Lepidus r. 

Rev. Head of Octavius r. B. 35. 
86. Afiania. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. S.AFRA.ROMA. Victory in 

quadriga. B. 1. 
37. Annia. 06^?;. Bust of Anna Perenna r. Rev. L.FABI.L.F.HISP. 

Victory in quadriga r. B. 2. 
88. AE. 06?;. ANNIVS LAMIA SILIVS. Two hands joined, holding 

caduceus. Rev. Ill VIR. A.A.A.F.F.— S.C. B. 7. 

39. Antestia. 06?;. C. ANTESTI. Helmeted head of Roma r. Rev. The 

Dioscuri ■ galloping r. B. 1. 

40. Antia. 06?;. RESTIO. Head of Antius Restio r. Rev. C.ANTIVS 

G.F. Hercules. B. 1. 

41. 06?;. DEI PENATES. Heads, jugate, of the Penates r. Rev. Same 

as No. 40. B. 2. 

42. Antonia. 06?;. Laureate head of Jupiter r. JJet;. Q.ANTO.BALB.PR. 

Victory in quadriga r. B. 1. 

> Unless otherwise designated the coins that follow are silver Denarii. 



412 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

43. Variety of No. 42. 

44. Obv. M.ANT.IMP.AVG.III VIR R.P.C.BARBAT.Q.P. Head of An- 

tony r. Rev. CAESAR IMP.PONT. Ill VIR R.P.C. Head of 
Octavius r. B. 50. 

45. Obv. M. Antony standing 1. Rev. Ill VIR R.P.C.COS.DESIG.ITER. 

ET TER. Head of sun god r. B. 60. 

46. O&r. ANT. AVG. Ill VIR R.P.C. Galley r. i2ei'. LEG. II. Legion- 

ary eagle between two standards. B. 105. 

47. LEG III. Same types as No. 46. B. 106. 

48. LEG IV. Same types as No. 46. B. 108. 

49. LEG V. Same types as No. 46. B. 110. 

60. LEG VI. Same types as No. 46. B. 111. 

61. LEG VIII. Same types as No. 46. B. 114. 

62. LEG IX. Same types as No. 46. B. 116. 

63. LEG X. Same types as No. 46. B. 117. 

64. LEG XII. Same types as No. 46. B. 119. 

65. LEG XIII. Same types as No. 46. B. 121. 

66. LEG XIV. Same types as No. 46. B. 123. 

67. LEG XV. Same types as No. 46. B. 125. 

68. LEG XVII. Same types as No. 46. B. 126. 

69. LEG XVIII. Same types as No. 46. B. 127. 

60. LEG XIX. Same types as No. 46. B. 133. 

61. LEG XX. Same types as No. 46. B. .135. 

62. LEG XXI. Same types as No. 46. B. 136. 

63. LEG XXIII. Same types as No. 46. B. 138. 

64. Appnleia. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. L. SATURN. Saturn in 

quadriga. 
66. Aquillia. 06f. Head of Sol r. iiCT. MN. AQVIL. ROMA. Diana in 
quadriga r. 

66. Obv. VIRTVS III VIR. Helmeted bust of Valor r. Ra\ Maniua 

Aquilius lifting prostrate Sicily. 

67. Asinia. Obv. AVGVSTVS TRIBVNIC. POTEST, within an oak 

wreath. Rev. C. ASINIVS GALLVS III VIR A. A. A. F. F.; in 
field, S. C. B. 2. 

68. AtUia. Obv. SARAN. Head of Roma r. Rev. M. ATIL. ROMA 

The Dioscuri. B. 8. 

69. AE. Semis. Obv. Head of Jupiterr. Rev. M. ATIL. ROMA. Prow 

of ship r. B. 11. 

70. Aurelia. Ofit. AVRELI ROMA. Head of Roma r. i2er. Nude GalUc 

warrior in biga. B. 20. 

71. Ofet'. Head of Vulcan r. i2ei'. L. COT. Eagle on thunderbolt. B. 21. 

72. Baebia. 06r. T AM PI L. Head of Roma 1. i?er. ROMA. M. BAEBI. 

Q. F. Apollo in quadriga. B. 12. 

78. Cecilia. AE. As. Obv. Head of Janus. Rev. A. CAE. ROMA. Ship's 
prow. B. 8. 

74. 06i;. ROMA. Head of Roma r. i2e». M. METELLVS Q. F. Mace- 
donian shield. B. 28. 

76. Obv. ROMA. Head of Apollo. Rev. Same as No. 74. B. 30. 

76. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. ROMA. A female figure (Pietas?) in 

biga r. B. 38. 

77. Obv. Female head. Rev. Q. C. M. P. I. Elephant 1. B. 43. 

78. Same as No. 77. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 413 

79. Obv. L. METEL. A. ALB. S. F. Head of Apollo r. Rev. C. MAL. 

ROMA. Victory crowning Roma. B. 45. 

80. Obv. Q. METEL. PI VS. Bust of Jupiter as terminal figure r. Rev. 

SCI PI 0. IMP. Elephant. 

81. Caesia. Obv. Bustof Apollo seen from back, head 1. Rev. L. CAESI, 

Two Lares, seated. B. 1. 

82. CaUdia. Oftv. ROMA. Head of Roma r. i2ey. M. CALID. Q. MET. 

CN. FL. Victory in biga 1. B. 1. 

83. Calpumia. Obv. PISO CAEPiO. Q. Head of Saturn r. Rev. AD 

FRV. EMV. EX. S. C. Quaestors seated on subsellium. B. 5. 

84. Obv. Head of Apollo r. Rev. L. PISO FRVGI. ROMA. Horse- 

man galloping r. B. 12. 

85. AE. As. Obv. Head of Janus. Rev. L. PISO FRVGI. Ship's prow 

surmounted by Victory. B. 18. 

86. Obv. Head of Apollo r. Rev. C. PISO L. F. FRVGI. Horseman. 

B. 24. 

87. Variety of No. 86. Behind head of Apollo, anchor. 

88. Obv. AVGVSTVS. Head of Augustus r. Rev. L. CANINIVS GAL- 

LVS 1 1 1 V I R. a kneeling man presents a military standard. B. 3. 

89. Carisia. Obv. MONETA. Head of Juno Moneta r. Rev. T. CARI- 

SIVS. Tools for coining money. B. 1. 

90. Obv. Winged bust of Victory r. Rev. T. CARISI. Victory in quad- 

riga. B. 3. 

91. Obv. Male head r. Rev. Q. CASSIVS. Eagle on thunderbolt, be- 

tween lituus and praefericulum. B. 7. 

92. Oftt;. Q. CASSIVS VEST. Head of Vesta r. jRct. Temple of Vesta. 

B. 9. 

93. Obv. Veiled head of Vesta 1. Rev. Man casting ballot marked, V 

(Uti rogas). B. 10. 

94. Cestia. Obv. Bust of Africa r. Rev. L.CESTIVS C.NORBA. A 

curule chair and helmet. B. 1. 

95. Obv. Bust of Venus r. Rev. S. C. Cybele in lion chariot 1. B. 2. 

96. Cipio. 06i'. M.CIPI.M.F. Head of Roma r. Rev. ROMA. Victory 

in biga r. B. 1. 

97. Claudia. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. C.PVLCHER. Victory in 

biga r. 

98. Obv. Bust of Diana r. Rev. TI.CLAVD. Tl. F. AP.N. Victory in biga. 

B. 5. 

99. Obv. Head of Flora. Rev. VESTALIS. A vestal virgin seated to left. 

B. 12. 

100. Obv. Head of Apollo r. Rev. P. CLODIVS M.F. A female standing. 

B. 14. 

101. Obv. Head of sun god r. Rev. P.CLODIVS M.F. Crescent and five 

stars. B. 16. 

102. ClouUa. Obv. Head of Roma r.; below, ROMA. Rev. T.CLOVLI. 

Victory in biga r. B. 1. 

103. Cloulia. AR. Quinarlus. Obv. Head of Jupiter r.; on r., S. Rev. 

T.CLOVLI. Victory crowning a trophy. 

104. Clovia. AE. Semis. Obv. CAESAR DIC.TER. Bust of Victory r. 

Rev. Pallas walking 1. 27 mm. B. 11. 

105. Coceia. 06?;. Head of Antony r. i2w. L.ANTON iVS COS. Head 

of Lucius Antonius r. B. 1. 

106. Coilia. Obv. Head of Roma 1. Rev. C.COIL.CALD. Victory in 

biga 1. B. 2, 



414 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

107. CoeUa. Obv. C.COEL. CALDVS. COS. Head of Caius (Doelius 

Caldusr. i2ev. CALDVS III VIR. Head of eun god r. B. 7. 

108. Considia. Obv. Held of Apollo r. Rev. C. CONSIDI.PAETI. A 

curule chair. B. 2. 

109. Cordia. Ofer. RVFVS III VIR. Heads of the Dioscuri r. Rev.MU. 

CORDIVS. Venus standing. B. 1. 

110. Obv. RVFVS S. C. Head of Venus r. Rev. MN. CORDIVS. Cupid 

riding dolphin. B. 3. 

HI. Obv. RVFVS. Corinthian hehnet. Rev. MN CORDIVS. A^ 
shield. B. 4. 

118. Cornelia. Obv. Male head r. Rev. ROMA. Jupiter standing be- 
tween Juno and Minerva. B. 19. 

118. Obv. Head of Saturn 1. Rev. L.SCIP. ASIAG (enus). Jupiter in 
quadriga. Serrate edge. B. 24. 

114. Obv. ROMA. Bust of voung Hercules r. Rev. LENT. MAR. F. 
Roma armed, crowned by Abundance. B. 25. 

116. Obv. Female head r. Rev. Double cornucopia filled with fruit. 
B. 32. 

116. AE. Obv. Head of Janus. Rev. EX B.C. Prow of ship surmounted 

by soldier. 28 mm. B. 45. 

117. AE. Quinarius. Obv. Head of Jupiter r. Rev. C N.LENT. Victory 

crowning a trophy. B. 51. 

118. Obv. G.P.R. Male bust r. Rev. Globe between scepter and rudder. 

B. 54. 
110. Obv. S.C. Head of Venus r. Rev. Three trophies; Ex., FAVST in 
monogram. B. 63. 

120. Obv. Triskelis with Medusa head at center. Rev. LENT. MARC. 

COS. Jupiter standing. B. 64. 

121. Crepereia. 06r. Female bust r. i2ev. Q.CREPEREI. ROCVS. Nep- 

tune in hippocamp biga r. B. 1. 

122. Crepusia. Obv. Male head r. Rev. P. CREPVSI. Horseman r. 

B. 1. 

123. Cupiennia. Obv. Head of Boma r. Rev. L.CVP.ROMA Dioscuri. 

B. 1. 

124. Curiatia. Obv. TRIGE. Head of Roma r. Rev. C.CVR. ROMA. 

Female in quadriga. B. 1. 

125. Same type as No. 124, but reading TRIG. B. 2. 

126. Curtia. Obv. Q. CVRT. Same type as No. 124. Rev. M. SI LA. 

ROMA. Jupiter in quadriga r. B. 2. 

127. Didia. Obv. ROMA, in monogram. Head of Roma r. Rev. 

T. DEIDI. A man armed, scourging a captive. B. 2. 

128. Domitia. Obv. C. MALLE C. F. Head of Roma r. Rev. Mars in 
quadriga r. Serrated. B. 17. 

129. Egiutia. Obv. MAXVMVS. Head of Liberty r. Rev. Roma and 

Venus standing vis-a-vis. B. 2. 

130. Egnatuleia. AB. Quinarius. Obv. C. EGNATULEIAC. F. Male head 

r. i^CT. ROMA. Victory writing upon the shield of a trophy. B. 1. 

131. Eppia. Obv. Q. METELL. SCIPIO IMP. Head of Africa r. Rev. 

EPPIUS LEG. F. C. Hercules standing. B. 1. 

132. Fabia. Obv. LABEO ROMA. Head of Roma. Rev. Q. FABI. 

Jupiter in quadriga r. 

133. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. N. FABI PICTOR. A male figure 

seated to 1. B. 11. 

134. Fannia. Obv. ROMA. Head of Roma r. Rec. M. FAN. C. F. 

Victory in quadriga r. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 415 

136. Farsuleia. 06?;. MENSOR. Bust of Liberty r. iJer,-. L. FARSVLEI. 
Man in citizen's costume about to mount a biga. B. 1. 

136. FUminia. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. L. FLAMINI CILO. Vic- 
tory in biga r. B. L 

187. Obv. Head of Julius Caesar r. Bev. L. FLAMINIVS llll VIR. A 
female standing 1. B. 3. 

138. Fonteia. 06«. Heads of the Dioscuri, jugate, r. iJev. MN. FONTEI. 

Galley r. B. 7. 

139. Obv. MN. FONTEI. C. F. Male head (Apollo?) r. Rev. Cupid 

mounted on a goat r. B. 10.2. 

140. Obv. Helmeted bust of mars r., a trophy on shoulder. Rev. MN. 

FONT. TR. MIL. Cavalryman. B. 17L3. 

141. Fuleia. (96i;. KALENI. Heads of Honor and Valor, jugate, r. Rev. 

Italia in long tunic standing r., offers hand to Roma. Serrated. 

B. 1. 

142. Fulvia. Obv. ROMA. Head of Roma r. Rev. ON. FOVL. M.CAL 

Q. MET. Victory in biga r. B. 1. 

143. Fundania, Obv. Roma r. Rev. Man in quadriga r. B. 1. 

144. Furia. Obv. Roma r. Rev. PVR. ROMA. Diana in a biga r. 

146. Obv. M. FOVRI. L. F. Head of Janus. Rev. PHI LI ROMA. Roma 
placing wreath on trophy. B. 18. 

146. Obv. A ED. CVR. Female head with mural crown r. Rev. Curule 

chair. B. 19. 

147. Obv. BROCCHI III VIR. Head of Ceres r. Rev. L. FVRI. CN. F. 

Curule chair. B. 23. 
148". Gargilia. Obv. Head of Apollo r. Rev. GAR. OCVL. VER. Jupiter 

in quadriga r. B. 1. 
149. Gellia. Obv. Roma r. Rev. CN. GEL ROMA. Male and female in 

quadriga r. B. 1. 
160. Herrennia. Obv. PI ETAS. Female head r. iJgy. Amphinomus'car- 

rying parent on shoulder. B. 1. 
151. Hirtia. Obv. C. CAESAR COS. TER. Female head r. Rev. A. 

HIRTIVS PR. Axe, lituus, and praefericulum. B. 1. 

162. Hosidia. Obv. GETA III VIR. Bust of Diana, diademed, r. Rev. 

C. HOSIDI. C. F. A wild boar pierced by spears. B. 1.2. 

163. Similar to No. 152, but without diadem. 

164. HostiUa. Obv. Bearded head of Fear. Rev. L. HOSTILIA SASERN. 

Warrior fighting from chariot. B. 2. 
166. Obv. Beardless head of Pavor r. Rev. L. HOSTILIVS SASERNA. 
Diana standing facing. B. 4. 

166. Julia. 06y. Romar. iJet). L. I VLI. ROMA. Dioscuri mounted. B. 1. 

167. Obv. CAESAR. Head of Mars 1. Rev. L. IVLI L. F. Rev. Venus in 

car drawn by two Amores. B. 4. 

168. Similar to No. 157; in field, P. 

169. Obv. Head of Apollo r. Rev. L. IVLI. BVRSIO. Victory in quad- 

riga; C. O. B. 6. 

160. Obv. CAESAR. Elephant, r., treading on a dragon. Rev. Pontifical 

instrumenta. B. 9. 

161. Obv. Head of Venus r. Rev. CAESAR. Aneas carrying father and 

palladium. B. 10. 

162. Obv. COS. TERT. DICT. ITER. Head of Ceres crowned r. Rev. 

AVGR. PONT. MAX. Instruments of pontifical office. B. 16. 

163. Obv. CAESAR DICT. PERPETVO. Head of Julius Caesar r. Rev. 

SEPVLLIVS MACER. Venus standing L B. 49. 

1666°— 12 27 



416 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

164. As No. 163, but head veiled. B. 50. 

166. 06r. C. CAESAR IMP. Head of Octavius r. iJei). Equestrian statue 
of Octavius 1. ; S. C. B. 63. 

166. Obv. Head of Caesar r. Rev. C. CAESAR COS. PONT. AVG. Head 

of young Augustus r. B. 64. 

167. Obv. CAESAR III VIR R.P.C. Head of Mare r. Bev. S. C. Eagle 

and trophy between legionary standards. B. 67. 

168. 06v. C.CAESAR III VIR R.P.C. Head of Octavius r. iZw.Awinged 

thunderbolt. B. 92. 

169. Similar to No. 168, but with winged fulmen on reverse. B. 93. 

170. Obv. DIVOS IVLIVS. Head of Julius Caesar 1. Rev. CAESAR 

D I V I F. Head of young Augustus r. B. 98. 

171. Obv.Bead of Venus. Rev. CAESAR DIVI F. L^ionary soldier. 

B. 105. 

172. Obv. Head of Octavius r. Rev. CAESAR DIVI F. Peace standing. 

B. 115. 
178. Obv. Bust of Victory r. RetK CAESAR DIVI F. Neptune standing. 

B. 117. 
174. Quinarins. 06r. Head of Octavius r. i?«). ASIA RECEPTA. Victory 

standing upon a cista. B. 145. 
176. Obv. Victory. Rev. IMP. CAESAR. Octavius in slow quadriga. 

B. 154. 

176. Obv. Head of Octavius r. Rev. Quadriga on triumphal arch. B. 162. 

177. 06v. IMP. Head of Mars r. i2ei'. CAESAR. Round shield on two 

spears. B. 164. 

178. Junia. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. D. SILANVS L. F. ROtvlA. 

Victory in quadriga r. B. 15. 

179. Obv. Head of Junius Brutus r. Rev. A H A L A . Head of Ahala r. B. 29. 

180. 06t;. LIBERTAS. Head of Liberty r. i2er. BRVTVS. Brutuswalk- 

ing between two lictors and preceded by a courier. B. 31. 

181. Obv. L. SESTI. PRO Q. Veiled bust of Liberty r. Rev. Tripod 

between ax and simpulum. B. 36. 

182. Obv. COSTA LEG. Laureate head of Liberty r. Rev. BRVTVS 
IMP. Trophy. B. 42. 

183. Obv. CASCA LONG VS. Head of Neptune r. Rev. BRVTVS IMP. 

Victory walking r. over a broken sceptre. B. 44. 

184. Licinia. Obv. ROMA. Bust of Roma. Rev. P.HERWA. Two men 

in voting booth. B. 7. 
186. Ofcu. Bust of Apollo. J?eu. C.LICINIVS L.F.MACER. Pa^aa armed, 
in quadriga, r. B. 16. 

186. Obv. Bust of Venus. Rev. P.CRASSVS M.F. Cavalrjrman standing 

by horse. B. 18. 

187. Obv. FIDES N E R V A . Head of Fides r. Rev. Cavalryman dragging 

a captive. B. 24. 

188. Livineia. 06r. Male head r. iJer. L.LIVINEIVS REGVLVS. Curule 

chair between fasces. B. 8. 

189. Lucilia. Obv. Head of Roma r.; behind, P V. Rev. M.LVCILI RVF. 

Victory driving biga. B. 1. 

190. Lucretia. Obv. TRIO. Head of Roma r. Rev. CN LVCR.ROMA. 

Dioscuri riding r. B. 1. 

191. Obv. Head of sun god r. Rev. L.LVCRETI. TRIO. A crescent moon 

and seven stars. B. 2. 

192. Luria. Obv. Head of Augustus r. Rev. P.LVRIVSAGRIPPAIIIVIR 

A.A.A.F.F.; infield, S.C. B. 3. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 417 

193. Lutatia. 06i;. CERCO ROMA. Head of Roma r., helmeted. Eev. 

Q.LVTATI.Q. A galley r. B. 2. 

194. Maenia. 06v. Head of Roma r. i2ev. P.MAE.ANT.ROMA. Victory 

in quadriga. B. 7. 
196. Maiania. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. C. MAI AN I. ROMA. Victory 
in biga. B. 1. 

196. MaUia. 06i;. Head of Roma r. i2et;. AP.CL. T. MAL.Q.VR. Victory 

in biga r. B. 1. 

197. MamiUa. 06?;. Bust of Mercury r. Rev. M A M I L. LI M ETA N . Ulys- 

sua in sailor costume. 

198. Manila. 06?;. ROMA. Helmeted head. Rev. L.TORQVAT. Q.EX 

S.C. Horseman armed 1. B. 2. 

199. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. L.SVLLA IM. Sulla in quadriga r., 

crowned by Victory. B. 3. 

200. Marcia. Obv. ROMA, in monogram. Head of Philip V. Rev. 

Equestrian statue; base, L.PHILIPPVS. B. 12. 

201. 06v. He^d of Apollo r. i?CT. L.CENSOR. Satyr standing. B. 24. 

202. Obv. L.CENSORIN. Veiled head of Venus r. Rev. Female figure in 

biga r. B. 27. 

203 . 06v. A N C V S . Head of Ancus Marcius r. Rev. P H I L I P P V S . Eques- 

trian statue on an aqueduct. B. 28. 

204. Maria. 06i;. C.MARI.C.F.CAPIT. Head of Ceres r. Rev.Oxteam 

and driver; above XXIII. Serrate edge. B. 7. 

205. Tvpes similar to No. 204, but with numeral XXVIII on reverse. 

B. 8. 

206. Memmia. Obv. Head of youth r. Rev. L.MEM I. Dioscuri, facing. 

207. 06v. ROMA. Head of Saturn L iZev. L.MEM Ml. GAL. Venua in 

biga r. B. 2. 

208. Obv. EX. S.C. Head of Saturn 1. Rev. L.C.MEMIVS L.F.GAL. 

Venus in quadriga, r. B. 8. 

209. 06v. C.MEMMI.C.F. HeadofCeres. i?ev. C.MEMMIVS IMPERA- 

TOR. Captive with arms tied. B. 10. 

210. Mescenla. Obv. Head of Augustus r. Rev. MESCENIVS RVFVS. 

Mars standing on pedestal. B. 6. 

211. Minucia. 06v. ROMA. Head of Roma r. Rev. CAVQ. Anionic 

column surmounted by figure. B. 3. 

212. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. ROMA.L.MINVCI. Jupiter in quad- 

riga r. B. 15. 

213. Obv. Head of Roma 1. Rev. Q. THERM. M.F. A Roman soldier in 

combat with barbarian. B. 19. 

214. Mussidia. Obv. CONCORDIA. Head of Concord r. Rev. L. 

MVSSIDIVS LONG VS. Two persons standing facing in vessel. 
B.6. 
216. Obv. Bust of sun god facing. Rev. Similar to No. 214. B. 7. 

216. Naevia. 06i. S.C. Head of Venus r. jRct. C.NAE.BALB. Victory 

in quadriga r. B. 6. 

217. Nasidia. 06v. NEPTUNI. Head of Pompey r. iJw. Q.NASIDIVS. 

Galley. B. 1. 

218. Nonia. Obv. Head of Saturn r. Rev. SEX.NONI. PR. L. V.P.F. 

Roma seated on shields. B. 1. 

219. Norbana. Obv. C.NORBANVS. Head of Venus r. Rev. Wheat- 

head, fasces, and caduceua. B. 2. 



418 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

220. Numonia. Obv. Bust of Victory r. Rev. C NVMONIVS VAALA. 

Roman soldier. B. 1. 

221. Opimia. 06w. Head of Roma r. i2ev. L. OPEIMI. ROMA. Victory 

in quadriga r. B. 12. 

222. Papia. Obv. Female head r. Rev. L. PARI. GriflSn running right. 

B. 1. 

223. 06r. Female head r. Rev. L.PAPIVS CELSVS III VIR. A wolf r. 

B. 2. 

224. Obv. TRIVMPHVS. Head of Triumph r. Rev. Similar to No. 223. 

B. 3. 
226. Papiria. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. M.CARBO.ROMA. Jupiter 
in quadriga r. B. 6. 

226. PetilUa. Oftt'.CAPITOLINVS. Head of Jupiter r. JJev. PETILLIVS. 

Hexastyle temple. B. 1. 

227. 06v. PETILLIVSCAPITOLINVS. Eagle. i?w. Similar to No. 226, 

but with S 1. and F r. B. 3. 

228. Petronia. Ofcr. Male head r. iJw. CAESAR AVGVSTVS. SIGNIS. 

RECE. Parthian warrior kneeling. B. 10. 

229. Pinaria. 06f. Head of Roma r. Rev. NATTA. ROMA. Victory in 

biga. B. 1. 
280. Plaetoria. Obv. CESTIANVS. S.C. Female head r. Rev. PLAE- 
TORIVS M.F. AED.CVR. Eagle on fulmen. B. 4. 

231. Obv. Head of youth r. Rev. M.PLAETORIVS. CEST. EX. S. C. 

Winged caduceus. B. 5. 

232. Plancia. Obv. CH. PLANCIVS.AED. CVR. S.C. Head of Diana r. 

Rev. Stag walking r. B. 1. 

233. Plautia. 06?'. P.YPSAE. S.C. Head of Neptune r. iJer. C.YPSAE. 

COS. PRIV. CEPiT. Jupiter in quadriga 1. B. 11. 

234. 06w. P. YPSAE. S. C. Female head r. iiev. Same as No. 233. 

236. Obv. Female head r. Rev. BACCHIVS IVDAEVS. Male figure 
kneeling r. B. 13.2. 

286. 06v. L. PLAVTIVS. Facing mask. i?CT. PLANCVS. Aurora fly- 
ing. B. 13. 

237. Poblicia. Obv. Head of Mars r. Rev. C. MAL. A naked youth 1. 

B. 8. 

238. Obv. ROMA. Bust of Roma r. Rev. C. POBLICI. Q. F. Her- 
cules strangling lion 1. B. 9. 

239. Pompeia. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. SEX. PO. FOSTLVS. 

ROMA. Faustulus disccfvering wolf suckUng Romulus and Remus. 
B. 1. 

240. Obv. Q. POMPEI. Q. F. RVFVS COS. Curulechair. Rev. SVLLA 
COS. Q. POMPEI. RVF. Curulechair. B. 5. 

241. Obv. MAGN. Head of Janus. Rev. PIVS IMP. Ship's prow r. 
B. 20. 

242. Pomponia. Obv. L. POM PON I. CN. F. Head of Roma r. Rev. 
. L. Lie. CN. DOM. Male figure r. B. 7. 

243. Obv. Q. POMPONIVS. MVSA. Head of Apollo r. Rev. HER- 
CVLES MVSARVM. Hercules Musagetes r. B. 8. 

244. Obv. Head of Apollo r. Rev. Q. POMPONIVS MVSA. Female 
figure standing 1. B. 22. 

246. Porcia. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. C. CATO. ROMA. Victory 
in biga r. B. 1. 

246. Oftr. P. LAECA. Head of Roma r. i2CT. PROVOCO. Soldier ex- 
tends hand over citizen. B. 4. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 419 

247. Obv. M. CATO. ROMA. Head of Liberty r. Rev. VICTRIX. 
Victory seated r. B. 5. 

248. Postumia. Obv. Head of Diana r. Rev. A. POST. A. F. S. N. 

Priest sprinkling bull. B. 7. 

249. 06w. HISPAN. Female head r. iJet;. A. POST. A. F. S. N. ALBIN. 
Man in toga L B. 8. 

260. 06v. Bust of Diana r. iZev. C. POSTVMI. Dog running r. B. 9. 

261. Ofew. PIETAS. Female head r. i2fv. ALBINVS BRVTI F. Cadu- 
ceus. B. 10. 

262. Obv. Head of Mars r. Rev. ALBINV. BRVTl F. Two GalUc 
trumpets, in sal tire. B. 11. 

263. Obv. A. POSTVMIVS COS. Male head r. Rev. ALBINV I 
BRVTl F. B. 14. 

264. ProciUa, Obv. Head of Jupiter r. Rev. L. PROCILI F. Female 

figure r. 
266. Obv. Female head r. Rev. L. PROCILI F. Female figure fully 
armed, in biga. B. 2. 

266. Quinctia. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. T. Q. ROMA. The Dios- 

curi, mounted, chaining r. B. 2. 

267. Renia. Obv. Similar to No. 256. Rev. C. REN I. ROMA. Juno in 

biga drawn by goats r. B. 1. 

268. Eoscia. Obv. L. ROSCI. Head of female r. Rev. R. FABATI. 

Female figure r. B. 1. 

269. Bubria. Obv. DOSSEN. Head of Jupiter r. Rev. L. RVBRI. 

Triumphal carr. B. 1. 

260. Obv. DOS. Head of Juno. iJer. Similar to No. 259. B. 2. 

261. Bvstia. Obv. S. C. Head of Mars r. Rev. RVSTI. A ram r. 

262. Obv. Q. RVSTI VS. Two female heads, jugate, r. Rev. CAESAR I 
AVGVSTO. An altar. B. 3. 

263. Rutilia. Obv. FLAG. Head of Roma r. i?CT, L. RVTILI. Victory 

in biga. 

264. Satriena. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. P. SATRIENVS. ROMA. 

Wolf walking r. B. 1. 

266. Saufeia. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. L. SAVF. ROMA. Victory 
driving biga r. B. 1. 

266. Scribonia. 06v. BON. EVENT. LI BO. Head of Bonus Eventus r. 

Rev. PVTEALSCRIBON. Curb of the puteal of Scribonius. B. 8. 

267. Sempronia. 06i'. PITIO. HeadofRomar. i?ev. L. SEMP. ROMA. 

The Dioscuri. B. 2. 

268. Sergia. Obr. ROMA EX S. C. Head of Roma r. Rev. M. SERGI. 

SILVS. Cavalryman dashing r. B. 1. 

269. ServiUa. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. C. SERVEILI. M. F. The 

Dioscuri charging in opposite directions. B. 1. 

270. Obv. ROMA. Head of Roma r. Rev. C. SERVE I L. Cavalryman 

charging 1. and piercing enemy. B. 5. 

271. Obv. Head of Flora r. Rev. C. SERVEIL. C. F. Two soldiers stand- 

ing vis-a-vis. B. 15. 

272. Sicinia. Obv. Q. SICINIVS III VIR. Head of Apollo r. Rev. 

C. COPONIVS PR. S. C. The club of Hercules. B. 1. 

273. Spurllia. Obv. Head of Roma r. Rev. A. SPVRI. ROMA. Female 

figure driving biga r. B. 1. 

274. 06v. TAVRVS. REGVLVS. PLVCHER. A caduceus grasped by two 

clasped hands. Rev. Ill VIR A. A. A. F. F. In field, S. C. B. 2. 



420 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

276. StUpicia. Obv. D. P. P. Penates. Rev. C. SVLPICI. C. F. Two 
men standing. B. 1. 

276. Terentia. 06i'. Head of Roma r. i2«;. C. TER. LVC. ROMA. Dios- 

curi. B. 10. 

277. Titla. Ohv. Head of Baccbns r. Rev. Q. TITI. Pegasus in flight. 

B. 2. 

278. Tituria. Ohv. Bearded head r. Rev. L. TITVRI. Two men carry- 

ing two women. B. 1. 

279. Obv. S A B I N . Bearded head r. Rev. L. T ITV R I . Tarpeia upon her 

knees. B. 4. 

280. Trebania. Obv. Head of Roma r. Reo. L. TREBANI. ROMA. 

Jupiter in quadriga r. B. 1. 

281. Tullia. 06r. ROMA. Head of Roma r. i2ev. M. TVLLI. Victory 

in quadriga r. 

282. Valeria. Obv. Bust of Victory r. Rev. L. VALERI FLACCI. Mars 

nude, standing 1. B. 11, 

283. Ohv. Winged bust of Victory r. Rev. C. VAL. FLA. IMPERAT. EX. 

S. C. Legionary standard between two cohort standards. B. 12. 

284. Vargunteia. Obv. M. VARG. Head of Roma r. Rev. ROMA. 

Jupiter in quadriga. 
286. Vettia. Obv. S A B I N V S . Bearded head of Tatius r. Rev. T. V ETT I V S 
IVDEX. A male figure standing in quadriga 1. B. 2. 

286. Veturia. Obv. TL. VET. Bust of Mars r. Rev. ROMA. Two men 

standing. B. 1. 

287. Vibia. Obv. PANSA. Head of Apollo r. Reo. C. VIBIVS. C. F. 

Minerva in quadriga r. B. 1. 

288. Obv. PANSA. Mask of Pan r. Rev. lOVIS. AXVR. C. VIBIVS. 

C. F. C. N. Male figure seated 1. B. 18. 

289. Obv. Head of Bacchus r. Rev. C.VIBIVSVARVS. A lion with fore- 

paws on altar of Bacchus. B. 24. 

290. Volteia. Ohv. Head of Jupiter r. Rev. M. VOLTEI. M. F. Tetra- 

style temple. B. 1. 

291. Ohv. Head of Hercules in lion's skin r. Rev. M. VOLTEI. M. F. 

Boar running to r. B. 2. 

292. Obv. Youthful head r. Rev. M. VOLTEI. M. F. Female figure in 

chariot r. B. 3. 



ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 

The reference C. Is to H. Cohen's Monnaies frappies sous F Empire romain, 2d edition, 

Paris, 1880-1892. 

293. Julius Caesar and Octavius. AE. As. 06v. DIVOS IVLIVS. Head 

of Caesar r. Rev. CAESAR DIVI F. Bare head of Octavius r. 
C. 3. 

294. Augustas, B. C. 27-A. D. 14. AR. Quinarius. Obv. Head of Octa- 

viusr. Rev. ASIA RECEPTA. Victory standing upon cista. C.14. 
296. AB. Denarius. Obv. Head of Octavius r. Rev. C. L. CAESARES 
AVGVSTI F. COS. DESIG. PRINC. I WENT. Caius and Lucius 
Caesar standing. C. 42. 

296. AH. Denarius. Obv. CAESAR AVGVSTVS. Head of Octavius 1. 

iJei'. DIVVS IVLIVS. A comet. C. 97. 

297. AB. Denarius. Obv. Head of Octavius r. Rev. IMP. CAESAR. 

Triumphal arch. C. 123. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 421 

298. AR. Denarius. Obv. AVGVSTVS DIVI F. Head r. Rev. IMP. X. 

Bunting bull. C. 137. 

299. AV. Aureus. Ohv. As No. 298. Rev. IMP. X. ACT. Apollo stand- 

ing 1. C. 143. 

300. AR. Denarius. Ohv. Head r. Rev. OB CIVIS SERVATOS. Oak 

wreath; within, S. P. Q. R. CL. V. C. 215. 

801. AR. Triple Denarius. Ohv. IMP. CAESAR DIVI F. COS. VI. LI- 

BERTATIS P. R. VINDEX. Headr. i2e«. PAX. Peace standing 1. 
C. 218. 

802. AE. As. Ohv. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER. Head of Octavius 1. 

Rev. PROVIDENT. An altar. C. 228. 

303. AE. Semis. Similar to No. 302, except value. 

304. AE. Dupondius. Ohv. As No. 303. Rev. S. C. within oak wreath. 

C. 252. 
806. AR. Denarius. 06w. As No. 300. jRew. SIGNIS RECEPTIS. Mars 

standing facing. C. 259. 
806. AE. Sestertius. 06v. Octavius in elephant quadriga. iJew.TI. CAESAR 

DIVI F. AVGVST. P. M. TR. POT. XXXIX.— S. C. C. 308. 
307. AR. Denarius. Ohv. Head of Octavius r. Rev. Gate of city of Emer- 

ita. C. 397. 

808. AE. Sestertius. Restored by Titus. Ohv. Octavius seated 1. Rev. 

IMP. T. CAES. DIVI. VESP. F. AVG. P. M. TR. P. COS. VIII. 
REST.— S. C. C. 548. 

809. Li via. AE. Dupondius. Ohv. Draped bust r. Rev. Tl. CAESAR 

DIVI AVG. P. M.TR. POT. XXI IF. In field, S. C. C. 5. 

310. AE. Sestertius. Ohv. Tl. CAESAR DIVI AVG. F. AVGVST. P. M. 

TR. POT. XXIIII.— S. C. i2ei;. Carpentum drawn by mules. C. 6. 

311. Agrippa. AE. Dupondius. Ohv. M. AGRIPPA L. F. COS. Head 1. 

Rev, S. C. Neptune standing. C. 2. 
812. Agrippa and Augustus. AR. Denarius. 06i;. M. AGRIPPA PLATORI- 

NVS III VIR. Head of Agrippa r. Eev. CAESAR AVGVSTVS. 

Head of Augustus r. C. 3. 
818. Nemausus (Nimes). AE. As. Ohv. IMP. DIVI. F. Heads of Au- 
gustus and Agrippa. Rev. COL. NEM. A crocodile. C. 7. 
814. Tiberus, A. D. 14^-37. AE. Dupondius. Ohv. Tl. CAESAR DIVI F. 

AVGVST. IMP. VIII. Laureated head 1. Rev. A globe and helm. 

C. 14. 
816. AV. Aureus. Ohv. Similar to No. 314. Rev. PONT IF MAXIM. 

Livia seated r. C. 15. 

316. AR. Denarius. Same types as No. 315. C. 16. 

317. AE. Sestertius. Ohv. **IMPERAT. V. Head 1. Rev. ROM ET AVG. 

An altar between two columns, each surmounted by a Victory. 
C. 31. 

318. AE. As. Same types as No. 317; IMPERAT VII, and headr. C. 37. 

319. AE. Sestertius. 06t). T I. CAESAR DIVI AVG.F.AVGVST.P.M.TR. 

POT. XXXI IX; in field, S.C. Rev. A quadriga r. C. 67. 

820. AE. Sestertius. Ohv. Similar to No. 319, but reading TR.POT. 

XXXVII. Rev. A hexastyle temple. C. 69. 

821. Drusus. AE. Sestertius. Ohv. Heads of two children of Drusus on 

cornucopia. Rev. DRVSVS CAESAR TI.AVG.F., etc.; in field, 

S.C. C. 1. 
322. AE. As. Ohv. Head r. Rev. PONTIF.TRIBVN.POTEST.ITER.; in 

field, S.C. C. 2. 
823. Drusus and Tiberius. AR. Denarius. Ohv. DRVSVS CAES.TI. 

AVG.F.COS.II.TR.P. Headr. i?CT. Head of Tiberius r. 



422 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

324. Nero Drusus. AE. Sestertius. Obv. NERO CLAUDIVS DRVSVS 
GERMANICVS IMP. Bust 1. i^er. Claudius seated 1. C. 8. 

326. Antonla. AB. Denarius. Obv. ANTON I A AVGVSTA. Bust r. 

Rev. Ceres standing r. C. 1. 
826. AE. As. Obv. Similar to No. 326. Rev. TI.CLAVDIVS CAESAR 
AVG.P.M.TR.P.IMP. Antonia standing!.; infield, S.C. C. 6. 

327. Germanicus. AE. As. Ofcf. GERMANICVS CAESAR Tl. AVGVST. 

F.DIVI.AVG.N. Head 1. Rev. C.CAESAR. DIVI AVG.PRON. 
AVG.P.M.TR.P.IIII.P.P.; infield, S.C. C. 4. 

328. AE. As. Obv. Head r. Rev. Tl. CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG.GERM. 

P.M.TR.P.IMP.P.P.; infield, S.C. C. 9. 
328a. AE. As. Obv. Head 1. Rev. VESTA. Vesta seated 1.; in field, 
S. C. 

329. Agrippina. AE. Sestertius. Obv. AGRIPPINA M.F.MAT.C.CAE- 

SARIS AVGVSTI. Bust r. iJer. Carpentum 1. C. 1. 

330. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 329. Rev. TI.CLAVDIVS CAE- 

SAR AVG.GERM. P.M.TR.P.IMP.P.P.; infield, S.C. C. 3. 

331. Nero and Drusus. AE. Dupondius. Obv. NERO ET DRUSUS CAE- 

SARES. Nero and Drusus galloping r. i?er. CAESAR DIVI AVG. 
PRON. AVG.P.M.TR.P.IIII.P.P.; infield, S.C. C. 3. 

332. Caligula, A. D. 37-41. AB. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. 

S.P.Q.R. OB C.S. within an oak wreath. C. 21. 

333. AE. As. Obv. Head 1. Rev. VESTA. Vesta veiled seated 1; in field, 

S.C. C. 28. 

334. Claudius, A. D. 41-54. AE. Sestertius. O&v. Laureated head r. Rev. 

EX. S.C. P.P.OB GIVES SERVATOS. within an oak wreath. C. 38. 
336. AB. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. S.P.Q.R. P. P. OB 
C.S. within an oak wreath. 

336. AE. As. 06r. Headl. iJer. LI BERTAS AVGVSTA. Liberty stand- 

ing r. C. 47. 

337. AE. As. Obv. Head of Claudius 1. Rev. Pallas standing r. ; in field, 

S.C. C.84. 

338. AV. Aureus. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. S.P.Q.R.— P.P.— OB. 

C.S., within an oak wreath. C. 88. 
389. Agrippina (minor) and Claudius. AB.Denarius. O&v. AGRIPPINAE. 
AVGVSTAE. Bust of Agrippina r. Rev. Laureated head of Clau- 
dius r. C. 3. 

340. Agrippina and Nero. AB. Denarius. Obv. Head of Nero and bust of 

Agrippina, vis-a-vis. Rev. A wreath of oak; within, EX. S.C. C. 6. 

341. Nero. AB. Denarius. Obv. NERO CAESAR. Laureated head r. 

Rev. AVGVSTVS GERMANICVS. Nero, head radiate, standing 
facing. C. 44. 

342. AE. Sestertius. Ofet;. Laureated bust r. iJe«. DECVRSIO S.C. Nero 

mounted and galloping r. C. 83. 

343. AV. Aureus. Obv. NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS. Laureated bust r. 

i2«;. IVPITER CVSTOS. Jupiter seated L C. 118. 

344. AE. As. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. PACE PR.VBIQ.PARTA 

lANVM CLVSIT SC. Temple of Janus. C. 176. 
346. AB. Double-denarius. Obv. NERO CLAVD. CAESAR AVG.GER- 

MAN.TR.P.IMP.P.P. Similar to No. 341. i?«>. Similar to No. 344. 
346. AE. Sestertius. Obv. NERO CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG.GER.P.M. 

TR.P.IMP.P.P. Bust r. Rev. ROMA. Roma seated L; infield, 

S.C. C. 264. 
847. Claudius Macer. AB. Denarius. Obv. L.CLODIVS MACER. S.C. 

Headr. iiei. PROPRAE. AFRICAE. GaUey r. C. 13. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 423 

848. Galba, A. D. 68-69. AB. Denarius. 06i;. IMP. GALBA. Laureated 
headr. i^ei;. LIBERTAS PVBLICA. Liberty standing 1. C. 118. 

349. AE. As. 06v. IMP.SER. GALBA CAES.AVG.tr. P. Headr. Rev. 
Similar to No. 348. C. 120. 

360. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 348. 

C. 130. 

361. AE. Sestertius. Obv. SER. GALBA IMP. CAES.AVG.TR.P. 

Draped bust r. Rev. Roma seated. C. 169. 

362. AE. Sestertius. 06iJ. Laureated headr. iJw. Aesculapius nude, stand- 

ing facing; infield, S.C. C. 265. 

363. AV. Aureus. 05i;. IMP.SER. GALBA AVG. Headr. Rev.S.P.Q.R. 

OB C.S., within an oak wreath. C. 286. 

364. AJt. Denarius. Similar to No. 353. 

365. Otho. A. D. 68. AR. Denarius. Obv. IMP.OTHO CAESAR AVG. 

TR.P. Headr. jRew. PONT. MAX. Abundance standing 1. C. 10. 

366. AB. Denarius. 06i;. Head r. iJei;. SECVRITAS P.R. Female fig- 

ure standing r. C. 20. 

367. AR. Denarius. 06i). Head r. iJe?;. VICTORIA OTHONIS. Victory 

moving 1. C. 23. 

368. Vitellius, A. D. 68. AR. Denarius. Obv. A.VITELLIVS IMP. GER- 

MAN. Laureated head 1. Rev. FIDES EXERCITVVM. Two 
hands joined. C. 32. 

369. AR. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. LIBERTAS RESTI- 

TVTA. Liberty standing r. C. 47. 

360. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 359. Rev. MARS VICTOR. 

Mars rushing r.; in field, S.C. C. 58. 

361. AV. Aureus. Obv. Similar to No. 359. Rev. XV.VIR.SACR.FAC. 

Tripod; above, a dolphin. C. 110. 

362. AR. Denarius. Similar to No. 361. 

363. AR. Denarious. Obv. Similar to No. 359. Rev. LIBERI IMP. GER- 

MAN. Busts of son and daughter of Vitellius, vis-^-vis. C. 1. 

364. Vespasian, A. D. 68-79. AR. Denarius. Obv. IMP. CAESAR VES- 

PASIANVS AVG. Laureated head r. Rev. AVGVR PON. MAX. 
Simpulum, sacrificial vase, and wand, of the augur. C. 41. 
366. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 364. Rev. COS. VI I. An eagle 
standing upon an altar. C. 121. 

366. AR. Dupondius. 06v. Radiate head r. i2cv. FELICITAS PVBLICA. 

S.C. Female figure standing facing. C. 154. 

367. AR. Denarius. Oi?;. Laureated headr. Rev. IMP. XIX. A modius 

with wheat-heads and poppies. C. 219. 

368. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 367. Rev. lOVIS CVSTOS. 

Jupiter standing by an altar. C. 222. 

369. AR. Denarius. Obv. IMP. CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG. TP. P. 

Laureated head r. Rev. IVDAEA DEVICTA. Judaea standing. 
C. 243. 

370. AR. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. PON. MAX. TR. P. 

COS. V. A winged caduceus. C. 362. 

371. AR. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. PONTIF.MAXIM. 

Vespasian seated r. C. 386. 

372. AE. Sestertius. Obv. IMP.CAES.VESP.AVG.P.M.TR.P.P.P.COS. 

nil. Rev. S.C. Mars moving r. C. 446. 

373. AE. Sestertius. Obv. IMP.CAES.VESP.AVG.P.M.TR.P.P.P.COS. 

VII. Laureated head r. Rev. S.C. A hexastyle temple. C. 492. 

374. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 373. Rev. VICTORIA AVGVSTI. 

Victory standing r. C. 618. 



424 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

876. AE. Sestertius. Obv. IMP. CAES.VESP.AVG.P.M.COS.III. Simi- 
lar to No. 373. Rev. Victory standing r. writing OB CIV.SER. 
upon a shield. C. 621. 

876. AV. Aureus. Obv. Similar to No. 364. Rtv. COS. ITER. TR. POT. 

Female figure seated 1. 

877. Domitilla. AB. Denarius. Obv. DIVA DOMITILLA AVGVSTA. 

Bust r. i?CT. FORTVN A AVGVSTA. Fortuna standing r. C. 3. 

878. Titus, A. D. 79-81. AV. Aureus. Obv. T.CAESAR I MP. VESPA- 

SIAN. Headr. Rev. COS.UW. BuU charging r. C. 48. 

879. AE. As. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. AEQVITAS AVGVSTI S.C. 

Justice standing 1. C. 6. 

880. AE. As. Obv. Laureated head 1. Rev. CERES AVGVSTI S.C. 

Ceres standing 1. 

881. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 380. Rev. PAX. AVGVSTI S. 

C. Goddess of Peace standing 1. C. 137. 
382. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 380. Rev. S. C. A female &g- 
ure standing 1. C. 221. 

883. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated head r.^ Rev. S.C. Titus in quad- 

riga. C. 228. 

884. AB. Denarius. Obv. Head r. Rev. TR. P. Villi. IMP. Xllll. COS. 

VII. P.P. Female figure upon a rostral column. C. 272. 

886. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 384. Rev. Capricorn above a 

globe. C. 279. 
386. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 384. Rev. TR. P. IX. IMP. XV. 
COS. VIII. P. P. A throne. C. 311. 

887. AB. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. TR. POT. VI 11. COS. 

VII. A Jew kneeling r. C. 334. 

888. Julia. AB. Denaruis. Ofci. IVLIA AVGVSTA. Bust r. i2w. DIVI 

TITI FILIA. A peacock. C. 5. 

389. AE. As. Obv. IVLIA IMP. T. AVG. F. AVGVSTA. Bust r. Rev. 
VESTA. Vesta veiled, seated r. C. 16. 

890. Domitian, A. D. 81-96. AB. Denarius. Obv. IMP. CAES. DOMI- 

TIAN. AVG. GERM. P. M. TR. P. VIII. Laureated head r. Rev. 

COS. Xllll. A cippus inscribed: LVD. SAEC. FEC; the whole 
within a laurel wreath. C. 71. 

891. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. COS. Xllll. LVD. 

SAEC. A POP.— FRVG. AC— S. C. Domitian seated r. upon a 
platform. C. 82. 

892. AE. Dupondius. Obv. Head radiate r. Rev. COS. Xllll. LVD. 

SAEC. FEC. S. C. The emperor sacrificing at an altar behind 
which flutist and a lyrist; 1. river god. C. 91. 

893. AE. As. Obv. Bearded bust. Rev. FELICITAS PUBLICA S. C. A 

female figure standing 1. V. 98. 
394. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 390. Rev. IMP. XXI. COS. 
Xllll. CENS. P. P. P. Minerva standing upon a ship's prow. 

896. AB, Denarius. Similar to 394, but with COS. XV. 

396. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. lOVI VICTORI S. C. 
Jupiter, bearded, seated 1. C. 315. 

897. AV. Aureus. Obv. CAES. AVG. F. DOMIT. COS. III. Similar to 

No. 396. iJer. PRINCEPS IVVENTVT. Female figure standing L 
C. 374. 

898. AB. Denarius. Obv. Bearded head 1. Rev. PRINCEPS IVVENTU- 

TIS. Two hands clasped, holding a l^ionary standard, resting 
upon a prow of a ship. C. 393. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 425 

399. AB. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head 1. Rev. TR. P. COS. VII. 

DES. VIM. P. P. An anchor around which a dolphin is entwined. 
C. 568. 

400. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 396. Rev. S. C. Domitian 

being crowned by Victory. C. 513. 

401. AB. Denarius. Obv. CAES. AVG. F. DOMIT. COS. II. Laureated 

head r. Rev. Domitian riding 1. C. 664. 

402. Nerva, A. D. 96-98. AR. Denarius. Obv. IMP. NERVA CAES. 

AVG. P. M. TR. P. COS. II. P. P. Laureated head of Nerva r. 
i?ev. AEQVITAS AVGVST. Justice standing 1. C. 3. 

403. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 402. Rev. CONCORDIA EXER- 

CITVVM. Two hands joined. C. 16. 

404. AE. As. Same types as No. 403, but with S.. C. on reverse. C. 17. 
406. AV. Aureus. Obv. Similar to No. 402. Rev. COS. III. PATER 

PATRIAE. Simpulum, sprinkler, sacrificial vase, and wand of the 
augur. C. 47. 

406. AB. Denarius. Similar to No. 405. 

407. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 402. Rev. FORTVN A AVGVST. 

Fortune standing 1. C. 59. 

408. AE. Sestertius. Same types as No. 405, with S. C. on reverse. C. 60. 

409. AE. As. Similar to No. 408. C. 61. 

410. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. CONGIAR. P. R. S. C. 

Nerva seated upon a curule chair distributing a congiarium. C. 38. 

411. Trajan, A. D. 99-117. AB. Denarius. Obv. IMP. TRAIANO AVG. 

GER. DAC. P. M. TR. P. Draped bust r. Rev. COS. V. P. P. S. P. 
Q. R. OPTIMO. PRINCIPI. Victory walking 1. 

412. AV. Aureus. Obv. Similar to No. 411. Rev. COS. VI. P. P. S. P. Q. R. 

A nude male figure standing 1. C. 104. 

413. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 412. Rev. FORT. RED. S. C. 

(inex.)SENATVS POPVLVSQVE ROM AN VS. Fortuna seated 1. 

414. AE. Sestertius. Same types as No. 413, but from different dies. 

415. AB. Denarius. Obv. Draped bust laureate r. Rev. PARTHICO. 

P. M. TR. P. COS. VI. P. P. S. P. Q. R. Mara walking r. C. 190. 

416. AB. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. P. M. TR. P. COS. 

1 1 1 1. P. P. Victory walking r. and looking back. C. 245. 

417. AB. Denarius. Same inscriptions as No. 416. Victory standing r., - 

about to write upon a shield. C. 247. 

418. AB. Quinarius. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Victory walking r. 

C. 430. 

419. AB. Denarius. Oft-y. Draped bust r. iJev. Victory standing 1. C. 426. 

420. AE. Dupondius Obv. Bust r. Rev. Victory erecting trophy. C. 446. 

421. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 419. Rev. Equestrian statue of 

Trajan 1. C. 497. 

422. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 418. Rev. A Dacian seated r. 

C. 537. 

423. AE. Depondius. Obv. Radiate head r. Rev. S. P. Q. R. OPTIMO 

PRINCIPI S. C. A trophy. C. 573. 

424. AB. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Three military stand- 

ards. C. 573. 

426. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. TR. POT. COS. III!. 
P. P. S. C. A female figure seated 1. C. 637. 

426. Plotina. AV. Aureus. Obv. PLOTINA AVG. TRAIANI. Bust, 
diademate, r. Rev. CAES. AVG. GERMA. DAC. COS. VI. P. P. 
Vesta seated 1. C. 2. 



426 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

427. AB. Denarixis. 06t). Similar to No. 426. i?ev. CONSECRATIO. An 

eagle. C. 8. 

428. Plotina and Katidia. AV. Aureus. Obv. Simlilar to No. 426. Rev. 

MATIDIAE. Bust, diademate, r. C. 1. 

429. Hadrian, A. D. 117-138. AB. Denarius. Obv. HADRIANVS AVG. 

COS. 1 1 1. P. P. Laureated head r. Rev. AEGYPTOS. A female 
figure reclining 1. ; before her, an ibis. 

430. AS. Denarius. 06d. Head r. iZeu. AFRICA. Africa with elephant's 

trunk on her head, reclining 1. C. 140. 
481. AB. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. CONCORD (in ex.) 
P.M.TR.P.COS.Ill. Concord seated 1. 

432. AE. Denarius. Obv. Draped bust. Rev. Cornucopia beneath chair. 

C. 255. 

433. AB. Denarius. 06r. HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS. Laureated head r. 

Rev. COS. IN. Victory standing r., half nude. C. 359. 

434. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 433. Rev. Star and crescent. 

C. 461. 
436. AB. Denarius. Ofev. Laureated head r. /few. FELICITAS P.R. Fe- 
male figure standing r. C. 649. 

436. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Bust in cuirass r. Rev. A galley moving 1. 

437. AB. Denarius. Obv. Draped bust laureate r. Rev. Fortuna seated L 

C. 750. 

438. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Draped bust laureate r. Rev. Fortuna stand- 

ing 1. C. 772. 

439. AE. As. Obv. Similar to No. 435. Rev. HISPANIA. Hispania re- 

clining 1. ; to left, hare. C. 831. 

440. AB. Denarius. Similar to No. 439, but hare to r. C. 835. 

441. AV. Aureus. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. LIBERTAS AVG. VI. Lib- 

erty standing 1. C. 934. 

442. AE. Sestertius. 06v. Bustr. i?«D. LIBERTAS PVBLICA S.C. Lib- 

erty seated 1. C. 948. 

443. AB. Denarius. Obv. Head r. Rev. NILVS. Nile god reclining r. 

C. 989. 

444. AE. As. Obv. Similar to No. 433. Rev. SALVS AVGVSTI COS. 1 1 1. 

S.C. Salus standing 1. C. 1357. 
446. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 443. Rev. RESTITVTORI HIS- 
PANIA E. Hadrian standing r. C. 1257. 

446. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 443. Rev. Hadrian lifting uo 

kneeling Hispania. C. 1260. 

447. AB. Denarius. Obv. Head r. Rev. Salus standing r. C.1335. 

448. AB. Denarius. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. SALVS AVG. (in ex.) 

P.M.TR.P.COS.Ill. SalusseatedL C. 1354. 

449. AE. As. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. SALVS AVGVSTI COS. 1 1 1. 

S.C. Salus standing 1. 

460. Sabina. AB. Denarius. 06?;. SABINA AVGVSTA. Bust of Sabina 

r. i?ey. CONCORDIA AVG. Concord seated 1. CIO. 

461. AE. Dupondius. Obv. Similar to No. 450. Rev. PIETAS AVG. S.C. 

Pietas standing 1. C. 53. 

462. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 450. Rev. S.C. Female figure 

seated r. C. 65. 

463. AB. Denarius. 06r. SimUar to No. 450. i2er. VENERI GENETRICI. 

Venus standing r. C. 73. 

464. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 451. Rev. VESTA. Vesta 

seated 1. C. 82. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 427 

456. Lucius AeUus. AR. Denarius. 06v. L.AELIVS CAESAR. Head r. 
TJev. TR.POT.COS.il. Peace standing 1. C. 50. 

466. AE, Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 455. Rev. Hope walking r. 

C. 56. 

467. Antoninus Titus Plus, A. D. 138-161. AR. Denarius. Obv. DIVVS 

ANTONINVS. Headr. i^e-y. CONSECRATIO. An eagle stand- 
ing upon an altar. C. 157. 

468. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 457. Rev. A funeral pyre. C. 164. 

469. AR. Denarius. Oftv. Laureated head r. i2ev. COS. Illl. Abundantia 

standing 1. C. 288. 

460. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Bustr. Rev. DiVO PIO. Statue of Antoninus 

Pius. C. 354. 

461. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 457. Rev. An altar. C. 357. 

462. AE. As. Obv. Head r. Rev. IMPERATOR II. S. C. She-wolf 

suckling Eomulus and Remus. C. 448. 

463. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Sow silckling pigs. 

C. 450. 

464. AE. Sestertius. 06 v. Laureated headr. iJev. INDVLGENTIA AVG. 

COS. 1 1 1 1. S. C. A female figure 1. C. 452. 

465. AR. Denarius. Ofti;. Laureated head r. Rev. \TAL\A. Italiaseated 

1., upon a globe. C. 463. 

466. AE. Sestiertius. Same types as No. 465. 

467. AR. Denarius. 06i;. Similar to No. 464. Rev. PACI. AVG. COS. III!. 

Female figure standing 1. C. 573. 

468. AR. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Pietas standing beside 

altar; Ex., PIETAS. C. 616. 

469. AE. Sestertius. 06i;. Similar to No. 462; head, laureate. Rev.SAiyS 

AVG. A female standing 1. C. 71L 

470. AV. Aureus. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. TR. POT. COS. II. A 

female figure standing 1. C. 862. 

471. Antoninus and Marcus Aurelius. AR. Denarius. 06i). Similar to No. 

462. iJev. AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG. Pll F. COS. Headr. C. 14. 

472. AR. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Head of young Au- 

relius 1. 

473. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 472. Rev. AVRELIVS CAESAR 

AVG. PI I F. COS. S. C. Draped bustr. 

474. Faustina mater. AR. Denarius. Obv. DIVA FAVSTINA. Bust r. 

i?ei). AETERNITAS. Female figure veiled, standing 1. C. 6. 

475. AE. As. Obv. Similar to No. 474. Rev. Eternity standing 1. 

476. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Veiled bust r. Rev. Eternity seated 1. C. 15. 

477. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 474. Rev. AVGVSTA. Ceres 

standing 1. C. 79. 

478. AV. Aureus. Obv. Similar to No. 474. Rev. Ceres, veiled, standing 

1. C. 88. 

479. AE. As. 06v. Similar to No. 474. i?CT. CONSECRATIO S. C. Vesta 

standing 1. C. 163. 

480. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 474. Rev. IV NO. Juno stand- 

ing 1. C. 209. 

481. AE. Sestertius. Similar to No. 480, with S. C. on reverse. C. 210. 

482. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 474. Rev. IVNONI REGINAE. 

Throne. C. 221. 

483. Marcus Aurelius, A. D. 161-180. AR. Denarius. Obv. ANTONINUS 

AVG. ARMENIACVS. Laureated headr. Rev. ARM EN (in ex.) 
P. M.TR. P. XVIII. COS. III. Armenia seated on ground 1. C. 7. 



428 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

484. AE. Sestertius. 06i'. Bustr. i?ev. CONSECRATIO S. C. Aneagle 

in flight, carrying Aurelius. C. 93. 
486. AE. Sestertius. 06r. Similar to No. 484. iJcr. Funeral pyre. C. 96. 

486. AE. Sestertius. OfetJ. Laureated bustr. iJev. Stack of arms. C. 163. 

487. AE. Dupondius. Obv. Head radiate r. Rev. DE SARM. (in ex.) 

IMP. VIII. COS. III. P. P. S. C. A trophy; at foot, Sarmatian 
woman and man. C. 168. 

488. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Draped bustr. Rev. IMP. VII. COS. III. S.C. 

Jupiter seated 1. C. 311. 

489. AB. Denarius. 06?;. Youthful bust r. Rev. TR. P. II. COS. II. 

Pallas standing r. C. 606. 

490. AV. Aureus. Obv. Head r. Rev. Female figure standing r. C. 612. 

491. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. TR.P.IMP.VIII.COS. 

1 1 1. S.C. Abundantia standing 1. C. 921. 

492. AE. As. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. TR.P.XXX.IMP.VIII.COS. 

S.C. Two hands joined. C. 940. 

493. Faustina Junior. AE. Sestertius. Obv. DIVA FAVSTINA PIA. 

Bustr. J?ei;. AETERNITAS. Eternity standing 1. C. 7. 

494. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No, 493. Rev. CONCORDIA. Con- 

cord standing facing, with head turned r. C. 46. 
496. AB. Denarius. O&t;. Similar to No. 493. Rev. FECUND. AVGVS- 
TAE. Fecunditas standing facing. C. 95. 

496. AE. Dupondius. Obv. Similar to No. 493. Rev. LAETITIA. Joy 

standing 1. C. 158. 

497. AE. Sestertius. 06v. Similar to No. 493. i?^. SALVTI AVGVSTAE. 

Goddess of health seated 1. C. 200. 

498. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 493. Rev. SAECVLI FELICIT. 

A throne. C 190. 

499. AE. Sestertius. 06v. Bust diademate r. iJev. VENERI GENETRICI 

S.C. Venus standing 1. C. 237. 

600. AE. As. 06i'. Bustr. i?ej;. VENVS. Venus standing 1. C. 253. 

601. Lucius Verus, A. D. 161-169. AE. Sestertius. Obv. IMP.CAES.L. 

AVREL.VERVS.AVG. Head r. Rev. CONCORD. AVGVSTOR. 
TR. P. COS. II. S.C. Verus and Marcus Aurelius standing and join- 
ing hands. C. 26. 

602. AE. Sestertius. Same legends and types as No. 501, but laureated 

head r. C. 28. 
608. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 501. Rev. CON SEC RAT 10. 

Funeral pyre. C. 58. 
604. AE. Sestertius. 06i;. Laureated bust r. i?er.TR.P.IIII.IMP.II.COS. 

1 1 . Victory standing r. C. 249. 
606. AB. Denarius. Obv. Head r. Rev. TR.P.V.IMP.COS.II. Mars 

standing r. C. 262. 

606. AB. Denarius. Obv. Bare head r. Rev. TR.P.V. IMP.lll.COS.il. 

Armenian seated r. 

607. Lucilla. AB. Denarius. 06r. LVCILLAE AVG.ANTONIN I AVG.F. 

Bustr. i?CT. DIANA LVCIFERA. Diana standing r. C. 16. 

608. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Bust r. Rev. HILARITAS. Joy standing 1. 

C. 29. 

609. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 508. Rev. IVNO S.C. Juno 

seated 1. C. 35. 

610. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 508. Rev. PI ETAS. Pietas, 

veiled, standing 1. C. 53. 

611. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 507. Rev. VOTA PVBLICA. 

within a laurel wreath. C. 98. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 429 

612. Commodus, A. D. 180-193. AR. Denarius. 06i;. COMMODO CAES. 

AVG.FIL.GERM.SARM. Draped bust r. i?ev. Similar to No. 508. 
C. 215. 

613. AE. Sestertius. 06i;. Laureated bust r. iJei;. LIBERTAS.AVG.IMP. 

II.COS.P.P.S.C. Liberty standing 1. C. 330. 

614. AE. As. 06i;. Young head r. Rev. PIETAS AVG.S.C. Sacrificial 

vase. C. 404. 
616. AV. Aureus. Obv. Draped bust laureate r. Rev. Jupiter seated 1. 
C. 421. 

616. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Victory seated r. 

C. 946. 

617. Crispina. AR. Denarius. Oii;. CRISPINA AVG. Bust r. Rev.D\S 

GENITALIBVS. A lighted altar. C. 15. 

618. AV. Aureus. 06^. Bust r. Rev.yEUUS FELIX. Venus seated L 

C. 39. 

619. Pertinax, A. D. 193. AR. Denarius. Obv. IMP.CAES.P.HELV. 

PERTIN.AVG. Head, radiate r. i?CT. PROVID.DECOR.COS.il. 
Providentia standing 1. C. 40. 

620. AV. Atureus. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Providentia standing 1. 

C. 42. 

621. AE. Dupondius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. PROVIDENTIAE 

DEORVM COS.II.S.C. Similar to No. 519. 

622. Didius Jidianus, A. D. 193. AR. Denarius. Obv. I M P.CAESAR M. 

DID.IVLIAN.AVG. Laureated head r. Rev. RECTOR ORBIS. 
Julianus standing 1. C. 15. 

623. ManUa Scantilla*. AR. Denarius. Obv. MANL.SCANTILLA AVG. 

Bustr. i?CT. IVNO REGINA. Juno standing 1. C. 1. 

624. Didia Clara, AR. Denarius. Obv. DIDIA CLARA AVG. Bustr. 

i?CT. HILAR. TEMPOR. Female standing 1. C 2. 

625. AE. Sestertius. Similar to No. 524. C. 3. 

626. Pescennius Niger, A. D. 193-194. AV. Aureus. Obv. IMP.CAES.C, 

PESC. NIGER IVSTVS.AVG. Draped bust, laureate, r. Rev. 
CONCORDIA ( the D reversed ) . Concordia standing 1. 

627. Lucius Septimius Severus A. D. 193-311. AR. Denarius. Obv. 

SEVERVS PIVS AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. INDVLGENTIA 
AVGG.IN CARTH. Goddess of Carthage seated facing, on a lion. 
C. 217. 

628. AR. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. P.M.TR.P.IIII.COS. 

I I . P. P. Pallas standing 1. C. 416. 

629. AR. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. P. M .TR. P.XV 1 1 1 .COS. 

I I I . P. P. Neptune standing 1. C. 542. 

630. AR. Denarius. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. RESTITVTOR VRBIS. 

Severus standing 1. C. 598. 

631. Julia Domna. AR. Denarius. Obv. IVLIA AVGVSTA. Bust r. 

JRet;. FELICITAS. Female figure standing L C. 47. 

632. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 531. Rev. IVNO. Juno, veiled, 

standing 1. C. 81. 

633. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 531. Rev. MATER DEVM. 

Cybele, wearing turret crown, seated 1. C. 123. 

634. AE. As. Similar to No. 533. C. 125. 

635. AR. Denarius. 06^. Bust r. Rev. VESTA. Vesta seated 1. C. 226. 

636. AR. Antoninianus. Obv. Bust, diademate, r. Rev.VEHVS GENE- 

TRIX. Venus seated r. C. 211. 

637. Marcus Aurelius Caracalla, A. D. 211-217. AR. Denarius. Obv. AN- 

TONINVS PIVS AVG. Young bust draped and laureate r. Rev. 
INDVLGENTIA AVG. IN CART. Cybele seated on a lion. C 97. 



430 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

638. AK. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. lOVI CONSERVA- 
TOR!. Jupiter standing 1. C. 107. 

539. AR. Antoninianus. Obv. Bust, radiate r. Rev. P.M.TR.P.XVIII. 
COS. 1 1 1 1 . P. P. Jupiter nude, standing r. C. 279. 

640. AR. Denarius. Obv. Beardless head, laureate, r. Rev. PONTIF TR. 

P.X.COS.Il. Caracalla riding, r. C. 436. 

641. AR. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. PROFECTIO AVG. 

Caracalla standing r. C. 508. 

642. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 541. Rev. PROVIDENTIAE 

D E O R V M . Providentia standing 1. C. 533. 

643. Plautilla. AR. Denarius. Obv. PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA. Bust r. 

iJev. CONCORDIA AVGG. Concord standing 1. C. 1. 

644. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 543. Rev. PI ETAS AVGG. 

Plautilla standing r. C. 16. 
646. AR. Denarius. Similar to No. 543. 

646. AR. Denarius. Similar to No. 544. 

647. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 543. Rev. PROPAGO IMPERI. 

Plautilla and Caracalla standing vis-d'-vis and joining hands. C. 21. 

648. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 543. Rev. VENVS GENETRIX. 

Venus, nude, standing 1. C. 25. 

649. Geta. AE. As. 06i;. P. SEPTIMIVS GETA CAES. Head r. Rev. 

PONTIF. COS. II. Female figure standing r. C. 113. 

660. AR. Denarius. Obv. Head r. Rev. PONTIF. TR. P. II. COS. 11. 

Female figure standing r. C. 137. , 

661. AR. Denarius. 06?;. Young bust draped r. Rev. PRINC. IVVEN- 

TVTIS. Geta standing 1. C. 157. 

662. AR. Denarius. Obv. Laureated head r. ReiK TR. P. III. COS. II 

P. P. A female figure, standing facing. C. 200. 

663. AR. Denarius. 6 v. Draped bust r. Rev. V OTA PVBLICA. Geta 

standing 1. C. 230. 
684. Marcus Opelius Macrinus, A. D. 217-218. AR. Denarius. Obv. IMP. 

C. M. OPEL. SEV. MACRINVS AVG. Laureated bust r. Rev. 

FIDES MILITVM. Female figure standing 1. C. 26. 
665. AE. As. 06r. Draped bust, laureate, r. iJev. Macrinus in quadriga I. 

C. 106. 

656. Diadumenianus. AR. Denarius. Obv. M. OPEL. DIADUMENIA- 
NVS CAES. Draped bust, radiate, r. Rev. PRINC. IVVENTVTIS. 

D. standing 1. C. 12. 

667. AE. As. Same types as No. 556, with S. C. on reverse. C. 13. 
658? Elagabalus. (M. Aurelius Antoninus), A. D. 218-222. AR. Denarius. 

Obv. IMP. ANTONINVS PIVS AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. IN- 

VICT US SACERDOS AVG. Elagabalus sacrificing at an altar. 

C.61. 
669. AE. As. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. P. M. TR. P. V. COS. IIII. P. P. 

Emperor in quadriga. C. 220. 
560. AR. Denarius. 06i'. Same as No. 558. Rev. SACERD. DEI. SOLIS 

ELAGAB. Elagabalus sacrificing. C. 246. 
661. AR. Antoninianus. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. SALVS ANTON INI 

AVG. Female figure, Salus, standing r. C. 255. 

562. Julia Paula. AR. Denarius. Obv. IVLIA PAVLA AVG. Bust r. 

Rev. CONCORDIA. Elagabalus and Paula joining hands. C. 12. 

563. AR. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 562. Rev. Corcord seated 1. 

564. Julia Soaemias. AR. Denarius. Obv. IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG. 

Bustr. i?«;. VENVS CAELESTIS. Venus standing I. C. 8. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 431 

565. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 564. Rev. Venus, diademate, 

seated 1. C. 14. 

566. Julia Maesa. AE. Denarius. Obv. IVLIA MAESA AVG. Bust r. 

Rev. FECVNDITAS AVG. Fecundity standing 1. C. 8. 

567. AB. Denarius. 06v. Similar to No. 566. i?cv. PIETAS AVG. Fe- 

male figure standing 1. C. 29. 

568. AE. Antoninianus. Obv. Similar to No. 566. Rev. PVDICITIA. 

Modesty seated 1. C. 36. 

569. Alexander Severus, A. D. 222-235. AB. Denarius. Obv. IMP. CM. 

AVR.SEV.ALEXAND.AVG. Draped bust, laureate, r. iJet;. CON- 
CORDIA. Concord seated 1. C. 38. 

570. AE. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 569. Rev. P. M. T R. P. II. 

COS. P. P. Jupiter, nude, standing 1. C. 228. 

571. AE. Dupondius. 06?;. Radiate head r. i?eu. P. M. TR. P. VIII. COS. 

III. P. P. Alexander in quadriga r. C. 380. 
672. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. P. M. TR. P. XII. 
COS. III. P. P. Sol radiate, walking 1. C. 441. 

573. AE. Denarius. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. SPES PVBLICA. Hope 

walking 1. 0. 542. 

574. Julia Mamaea. AB. Denarius. 06v. IVLIA MAMAEA AVG. Bust, 

diademate, r. i?^. FELICITAS PVBLICA. Female standing look- 
ing 1. C. 17. 

575. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Bust, diademate, r. Rev. Female figure seated 

1. C. 26. 

676. AE. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 574. Rev. VENERI FELICI. 

Venus standing 1, C. 60. 

677. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 574. Rev. VENVS VICTRIX. 

Venus standing 1. C. 76. 
578. AE. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 574. Rev. VESTA. Vesta 
standing 1. 0. 85. 

679. Caius Julius Verus Maximinus, A. D. 235-237. AB. Denarius. Obv. 

IMP. MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG. Draped bust, laureate, r. Rev. 
Fl D ES M I LITV M . Faith standing 1. C. 7. 

680. AE. Sestertius. Similar to No. 579, with addition of S. C. on reverse. 

C. 10. 

681. AE. Sestertius. Same types as No. 580. C. 13. 

682. AE. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 579. Rev. PAX AVGVSTI. 

Peace standing 1. C. 31. 

683. AE. Dupondius. Obv. Similar to No. 579. Rev. P. M. TR. P. II. 

COS. P. P. S. C. Maximinus standing facing. C. 59. 

684. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Similar to No. 579. Rev. SALVS AVGVSTI. 

Salua seated 1. C. 88. 

685. AE. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 579. Rev. VICTORIA GERM. 

Victory standing 1. C. 107. 

686. Paulina. AB. Denarius. Obv. DIVA PAVLINA. Bust r. Rev. 

CONSECRATiO. Paulina carried on back of peacock. 0.2. 

687. Balbinus, A. D. 238. AE. Antoninianus. Obv. IMP. CAES. D. 

CAEL. BALBINVS AVG. Draped bust r. liev. PIETAS MVTVA 
AVGG. Two hands joined. C. 17. 

588. AE. Denarius. Obv. IMP. C. D. CAEL. BALBINUS AVG. Draped 

bustr. iJei;. PROVIDENTIA DEORVM. Providentia standing L 
C. 23. 

589. Pupienus, A. D. 238. AB. Denarius. Obv. IMP. CAES. PVPIEN- 

MAXIMVS. AVG. Bust r. Rev. VICTORIA AVGG. Victory 
standing facing, looking 1. C. 41. 
1666°— 12 28 



432 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

690. AE. Antoniniantis. Obv. Draped bust, radiate, r. Rev. PATRES 

SENATVS. Two hands joined. C. 19. 

691. M. Antonius Gordianus, A. D. 238-244. AS.> Obv. IMP. CAES. M. 

ANT. GORDIANVSAVG. Radiate bust r. /?«). lOVI CONSERVA- 
TORI. Jupiter standing 1. C. 105. 

692. AB. 06r. Radiate bust r. iJw. lOVI STATORI. Jupiter standing 

1. C. 109. 

693. AB. Obv. Similar to 591. Rev. LAETITIA AVG N. Laetitia stand- 

ing 1. C. 118. 

694. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 593, 

with addition of S. C. C. 122. 
696. AB. 06?;. Similar to No. 592. iJer. MARTEM PROPVGNATOREM. 
Mars walking r. C. 160. 

696. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 592. Rev. PRIENS AVG. Sun god stand- 

ing 1. C. 167. 

697. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 592. Rev. PAX AVGVSTI. Goddess of 

Peace running 1. C. 179. 

698. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 592. Rev. P.M.TR.P.IIll.COS.III.P.P. 

Apollo half nude seated 1. C. 250. 

699. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 592. Rev. Gordian in military uniform, 

standing r. C. 253. 

600. AB. Denarius. Ofev. Similar to No. 592. Rev. P.M.TR.P.III.COS. 

P. P. Gordian mounted 1. 

601. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 592. Rev. SAECVLI FELICITAS. The 

emperor standing r. C. 319. 

602. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 592. Rev. SECVRITAS PERPETVA. Se- 

curitas standing 1. C. 336. 

603. TranquiUina. AB. Obv. SABINA TRANQUILLINA AVG. Bust, 

diademate.r. iJev. CONCORDIA AVGG. Concord seated r. C. 1. 

604. Philippus Pater, A. D. 244-249. AB. 06r'. IMP.M.IVL.PHILIPPVS. 

AVG. Radiate bust r. i?ev. AEQVITAS AVG. Justice standing 1. 
C. 7. 
606. AB. 06u. IMP. PHILIPPVS. AVG. Radiate bust r. /Jew. AETER- 
N ITAS AVGG. Elephant walking 1. C. 17. 

606. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 604. Rev. AN NONA AVGG. Female fig- 

ure standing 1. C. 25. 

607. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. FELICITAS TEMP. 

Female figure standing 1. C. 44. 

608. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 604. Rev. FIDES MILIT. Female figure 

standing 1. C. 55. 

609. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 605. Rev. FORTVNA REDVX. Fortuna 

seated 1. C. 35. 

610. AB. 06d. Similar to No. 604. Rev. LAETIT. FVNDAT. Female 

figure standing 1. C. 80. 

611. AB. 06i;. Similar to No. 605. iJev. ROMAE AETERNAE. Roma 

seated 1. C. 165. 

612. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 605. Rev. SAECVLARES AVGG. Lion 

walking r. C. 173 

613. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 605. Rev. A stag r. Ex.,V. 0. 182. 

614. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Same as No. 613. 

C. 183. 

615. AB. 06^. Similar to No. 605. Rev. A cippus on which is inscribed 

COS. III. C. 192. 

' Unless otherwise specified coins hereafter designated AR are what numismatists gen- 
eially agree to call the Antoninianus. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 433 

616. AE. As. Obv. Similar to No. 614. Rev. Similar to No. 615. C. 196. 

617. AR. Obv. Similar to No. 604. Rev. V I RTVS. AVG. Valor, wearing 

helmet, seated 1. C. 240. 

618. Otacilia Severina. AR. Obv. OTACIL.SEVERA.AVG. Bust, dia- 

demate, r. Rev. CONCORDIA AVGG. Concord seated 1. C. 14. 

619. AE. Sestertius. 06?;. Bust, diademate, r. Rev. PIETAS AVG.S.C. 

Pietas standing 1. C. 31. 

620. AR. Obv. Similar to No. 619, but with bust in crescent. Rev. Simi- 

lar to No. 619, but with infant beside Pietas. C. 37. 

621. AR. 06i). Similar to No. 620. i?CT. PIETAS AVGVSTAE. Similar 

to No. 619. C. 43. 

622. AR. Obv. Similar to No. 620. Rev. SAECVLARES AVGG. A hip- 

popotamus r. C. 63. 

623. Philippus Filius, A. D. 249-251. AR. Obv. IMP.PHILIPPVS AVG. 

Draped bust, radiate, r. Rev. PAX AETERNA. Peace standing 1. 
C. 23. 

624. AE. Sestertius. Similar to No. 623 with laureated bust r. and S.C. 

on reverse. C. 26. 

625. AR. 06?;. Bust radiate r. iJev. PRINCIPI IVVENT. PhiUpinmili- 

tary uniform standing 1. C. 48. 

626. AR. Obv. Similar to No. 625. Rev. Philip standing 1. C. 57. 

627. AR. 06i;. Similar to No. 623. iJei;. SAECVLARES AVGG. A she- 

goat walking 1. C. 72. 

628. Trajan Decius, A. D. 249-251. AR. Obv. IMP.C.M.Q.TRAIANVS 

AVG. Bust of Decius in Cuirass, radiate, 1. i?ev. ADVENTVS AVG. 
Decius mounted 1. C. 4. 

629. AR. 06v. Draped bust, laureate, r. 7?ei). DACIA. Dacia standing 1. 

C. 13. 
680. AR. 06t;. Bust, radiate, r. iJet;. GEN ILLYRICI. A Genius stand- 
ing 1. C. 45. 

631. AV. Aureus. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 630. C. 48. 

632. AR. Similar to No. 630. C. 49. 

633. AE.As. 06«. Draped bust in cuirass, laureate, r. iJev. PANNONIAE. 

Two female figures, standing, turning from each other. 0. 88. 

634. EtrusciUa. AR. 06?;. HER.ETRVSCILLA AVG. Bust r. in cres- 

cent. i?ev. PVDICITIA AVG. Female figure standing 1. C. 17. 
636. AV. Aureus. 06t;. Similar to No. 634. Rev. PyD\C\T\A. Female 
figure seated 1. C. 18. 

636. AR. Similar to No. 635. C. 19. 

637. AE. As. Obv. Similar to No. 634. Rev. PVDICITIA AVG. S.C. 

Same type as No. 635. C. 23. 

638. Herennlus Etruscus. AR. 06i;. Q.HER.ETR.MES.DECIVS NOB. 

C. Bust r. Rev. PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS. Herennius in mili- 
tary uniform standing 1. C. 26. 

639. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 638, but 

with S.C. C. 28. 

640. Trebonianus Gallus, A. D. 252-264. AR. Obv. IMP.CAE.C.VIB. 

TREB.GALLVS AVG. Bust, radiate, r. iJei;. APOLL.SALVTARI. 
Apollo standing 1. C. 20. 

641. AR. Obv. Similar to No. 640. Rev. IVNO MARTIALIS. Juno 

seated 1. C. 46. 

642. AR. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. LIBERTAS AVGG. Liberty 

standing 1. C. 63. 



434 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

643. AE. As. Obv. Similar to No. 640. Rev. PI ETAS AVG. Female 

standing 1. C. 90. 

644. Volusianus. AB. Obv. IMP. CAE. C. VIB. VOLVSIANO AVG. 

Draped bust r. Rev. CONCORDIA AVGG. Concord standing 1. 
C. 20. 
646. AE, As. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Concord seated 1. C. 27. 

646. AR. 06r. Bust, radiate, r. iJet). PAX AETERNA. Peace standing 1. 

C. 66. 

647. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 644. Rev. VIRTVS AVGG. Valor stand- 

ing r. C. 133. 

648. Aemilianus. AB. Obv. IMP. AEMILIANUS PIVS PEL. AVG. 

Draped bust r. J?er. MARTI PRO PVGT. Mars standing 1. C. 26. 

649. AB. Obv. Bust, radiate, r. Rev. ROMAE AETERNAE. Roma 

standing 1. C. 41. 

660. AB. Obv. Similar 1o No. 649. Rev. SPES PVBLICA. Hope walk- 

ing r. C. 47. 

661. AB. Obv. Bust, radiate, r. Rev. Victory moving 1. C. 52. 

662. Valerianus, A. D. 261-260. AB. Obv. IMP. C. P. LiC. VALERI- 

ANVS AVG. Radiate bust r. i2ev. APOLINI PROPVG. Apollo 
standing r. C. 25. 

663. AB. 06t'. Radiate bust r. iJcv. FELICITAS AVGG. Female figure 

standing 1. C. 54. 

664. AB. Obv. Legend and type as No. 653. Rev. FIDES MILITVM. 

Female figure standing 1. C. 68. 
666. AB. Oftj;. Similar to No. 653. i?ei>. FORTUNA REDVX. Mercury 
standing 1. C. 76. 

666. AB. 06u. Similar to No. 652. iJer. lOVI CONSERVITORI. Jupiter 

standing 1. C. 94. 

667. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 652. Rev. VICTORIA AVGG. Victory 

standing 1. C. 230. 
668 AB. Obv. Draped bust, radiate, r. Rev. ORIENS AVGG. Male 

figure running 1. 
669. Marinlana. AB. Obv. DIVAE MARINIANAE. Veiled bust r., in 

crescent. Rev. CON SEC RAT 10. Peacock, facing. C. 2. 

660. AE. Sestertius. Obv. Veiled bust, diademate, r. Rev. Peacock walk- 

ing r. C. 12. 

661. AB. Obv. Veiled bust, in crescent, r. Rev. Peacock bearing Mari- 

niana to the gods. C. 14. 

662. AB. Similar to No. 661; peacock flying r. C. 16. 

663. Gallienus, A. D. 264-268. AB. Obv. GALLIENVS P. F. AVG. 

Draped bust, radiate r. iJei). GERMANICVS MAX. V. Trophy, 
at foot, two German captives. C. 308. 

664. AB 06i'. Draped bust r. J?er. lOVI CONSERVATORI. Gallienus 

standing r. C. 378. 
666. AB. 06i). Draped bust r. i?«;. LIBERALITAS AVGG. Liberalitas 
standing 1. C. 570. 

666. AB. Obv. Bust, radiate, 1. Rev. VICT. GERMAN ICA. Victory 

running 1. C. 1059. 

667. AB. Obv. Similar to No. 666. Rev. Victory running r. C. 1062. 

668. AB. 06t). Bust, radiate, r. i2cv. VIRTVS AVGSTI. Hercules stand- 

ing r. C. 1320. 

669. AB. Quinarius. Ofev. Bust, laureate, 1. iJei;. VICTORIA AVG. Vic- 

tory running r. 

670. Salonina. AB. 06r. SALONINA AVG. Bust, diademate, r. Rev. 

ROMAEAETERNAE. Gallienus standing r. C. 103. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 435 

671. AR. 06v. Similar to No. 670. i?ev. VENVS FELIX. Venus seated 

1. C. 115. 

672. AR. Obv. Bust, in crescent, r. Rev. VESTA. Vesta standing 1. 

C. 138. 

673. AR. Obv. Similar to No. 670. Rev. Vesta seated 1. C. 143. 

674. Saloninus, A. D. 253-269. AE. Sestertius. Obv. DIVO CAES. 

VALERIANO. Draped bust r. Rev. CONSECRATIO. Funeral 
pyre. C. 16. 

675. AR. 06d. Draped bust, radiate, r. TJei;. PIETAS AVG. Sacrificial 

vase. C. 41. 

676. AR. Ofci;.. Similar to No. 675. iJev. PRINC.IVVENT. Saloninus 

standing 1. beside trophy. C. 64. 

677. Postumus, A. D. 269-267. AR. Obv. IMP. C. POSTVMVS P. F. 

AVG. Similar to No. 675. Rev. lOVI PROPVGNATORI. Jupi- 
ter walking 1. C. 155. 

678. AR. 06?). Similar to No. 677. iJev. MONETA AVG. Female figure 

standing 1. C. 199. 

679. AR. 06v. Similar to No. 677. Rev. PAX. AVG. Peace standing 1. 

C. 215. 

680. AR. Obv. Similar to No. 677. Rev. VIRTVS AVG. Mars standing 

1. C. 419. 

681. AR. Quinarius. Oftx;. Draped bust, laureate, r. iJei;. VICTORIA AVG. 

Victory running r. 

682. Victorinus, A. D. 267. AE. Obv. IMP. C. VICTORINUS P. F. AVG. 

Bust, radiate, r. Rev. I N VICTVS. Male figure walking 1. C. 49. 

683. AE. Obv. Similar to No. 682. Rev. PAX AVG. Peace standing!. 

C 79 

684. AE. Obv. IMP. C. VICTORINUS. P. F. AVG. Bust , radiate, r. 

Rev. V I RTV S A V G . Hercules standing 1. 
686. Marius, A. D. 267. AR. Obv. IMP. C. MARIVS P. F. AVG. Bust, 
radiate, r. Rev. CONCORDIA MILITVM. Two hands, joined. 
C.4. 

686. AR. Obv. Similar to No. 685. Rev. SAEC. FELICITAS. Female 

figure standing 1. C. 11. 

687. Tetricus Pater, A. D. 267-272. AV. Aureus. Obv. IMP. C. TETRI- 

CVS P. F. AVG. Laureated bust r., in cuirass. Rev. P. M. TR. P. 
COS. P. P. The emperor standing 1. C. 126. 

688. Obv. Busts of emperor and son r. Rev. AETERNITAS AVGG. 

Felicitas standing 1. C. 155. 

689. Tetricus FiUus. AV. Aureus. Obv. C. P. ES. TETRICVS CAES. 

Draped bust r. iiei;. S PES AVGG. Hope walking 1. C. 84. 

690. AR. Same legends and types as No. 689. 

691. Claudius H, A. D. 268. Obv. IMP. CLAVDIVS P. F. AVG. Draped 

bust, laureate, r. Rev. PAX EXERC. Peace standing r. 

692. AV. Aureus. Obv. Similar to No. 691. Rev. VICTOR I AVG. Vic- 

tory moving 1. C. 300. 

693. AureUanus, A. D. 270-276. AE. As. Obv. IMP. AVRELIANVS AVG. 

Draped bust r. i?ev. CONCORDIA AVG. Aurelian and Severina, 
standing vis-a-vis and joining hands. C. 35. 

694. AR. Obv. Radiate bust r. Rev. FORTUNA REDVX. Fortuna 

seated 1. C. 95. 

695. Severina. AR. Obv. SEVERINA AVG. Bust r. Rev. CONCOR- 

DIAEMILITVM. Concord standing 1. C. 7. 

696. Probus, A. D. 276-282. AR. Obv. IMP. C. M. AVR. PROBVS. P. F. 

AVG. Radiate bust r. i?ei;.ROMAEAETER. Hexastyle temple. 
C. 538. 



436 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

697. AV. Aureus. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. SECVRITAS SAECVLI. 

Female figure seated 1. 

698. AB. Obv. IMP. PROBVS AVG. Bust r. Rev. Female figure stand- 

ing r. C. 728. 

699. Numerianus, A. D. 282-284. AB. Obv. IMP. NVMERIANVSAVG. 

Radiate bust r. Rev. PI ETAS AVGG. Mercury standing 1. C. 57. 

700. AV. Aureus. Obv. M. AVR. NUMERIANVS NOB. C. Draped bast 

r. iJei). PRI NCI PIIV VENT. Numerianua standing 1. C. 65. 

701. AB. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Numerianus standing 1. C. 68. 

702. AB. 06v. Similar to No. 70L Rev. PROVIDENT. AVGG. Provi- 

dentia standing 1. C. 83. 

703. Carinus, A. D. 282-285. AB. Oftv. M.AVR.CARINVS NOB.CAES. 

Draped bust r. Rev. PIETASAVGG. Sacrificial implements of the 
augur. C. 74. 

704. AB. Oftr. Similar to No. 703. i2eu. PRINCIPI IVVENTVT. Carinus 

standing 1. C. 104. 

705. Diocletian, A. D. 284-306. AB. Follis. Obv. IMP.DIOCLETIANVS 

AVG. Laureated head r. Rev. GEN 10 POPVLI ROMAN I. A 
male figure standing 1. C. 85. 

706. AB. Obv. Radiate bust, in cuirass, r. Rev. lOVI. AVGG. Jupiter, 

nude, standing 1. C. 147. 

707. AB. Obv. Radiate bust, draped. Rev. Jupiter seated 1. C. 169. 

708. AV. Aureus. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. lOVI CONSERVATORI. 

Jupiter standing 1. C. 246. 

709. AB. MiUarensis. Obv. Similar to No. 708. Rev. VIRTVS Ml LIT. 

Four soldiers sacrificing at a tripod. C. 516. 

710. AB. Obv. Bustr. ij«). lOVI TVTATORI AVGG. Jupiter standing 

1. C. 543. 

711. AB. MiUarensis. Obv. Similar to No. 708. Rev. XCVI within a 

wreath. C. 548. 

712. Maximian, A. D. 286-305. AB. Antoninianus. Obv. IMP.C.MAXI- 

MIANVS.P.F.EN.(sic) AVG. Laureated head r. Rev. GENIO 
• IMPERATORIS. A male figure standing 1. C. 136. 
718. AE. FoUis. 06v. Bust r. i?ev. GENIO POPVLI ROMANI. Sunilar 

to No. 712; the Genius wears turret crown. C. 189. 
714. AE. Follis. 6 v. Laureated head r. i?ei;. SALVIS AVGG.ET.CAESS. 

PEL. KART. Female figure standmg 1. C. 510. 

716. AV. Aureus. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. VIRTUS MILITVM. 
Four soldiers sacrificing. C. 622. 

716. AV. Aureus. Obv. Similar to No. 714. Rev. VIRTVTI HERCVLIS. 

Hercules standing r. C. 662. 

717. AB. MiUarensis. Obv. Similar to No. 714. Rev. XCVI. within 

wreath. C. 696. 

718. Galerius Maximian, A. D. 292-305. AE. FolUs. Obv. GAL.VAL. 

MAXIMIANVS NOB.CAES. Laureated head r. Rev. GENIO 
AVGG.ETCAESARVM NN. Male figure standing L C. 39. 

719. AE.FoUis. Oftr. Similar to No. 718. i?ei;. GENIO POPVLI ROMANI. 

Similar to No. 718; figure holding patera and cornucopia. C. 90. 

720. AB. Denarius. Obv. Similar to No. 718. Rev. VIRTVS MILITVM. 
A gate, open, surmounted by three towers. C. 223. 

721. AE. FoUis. Obv. Similar to No. 718. Rev. SACR MONET. AVGG. 

ET CAES NOSTR. Juno Moneta standing 1. C. 188. 

722. Constantine, A. D. 306-337. AV. Aureus. Obv. CONSTANTINVS 

AVGVTVS. Diademed head r. Rev. lOVI CONSERVATORI 
AVG. Jupiter standing 1. In exergue, T.S.B. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 437 

723. AE. Middle bronze. 06 v. Draped bust, diademate, r. Rev. MARTI 

PATRICONSERVATORI. Mara standing r. 

724. AE. Middle bronze. 06i;. Bust in cuirass, laureate, r. Rev. MARTI 

PATRI PROPVG. Mars rushing r. 

725. AE. SmaU bronze. Obv. Head radiate, r. Rev. PROVIDENTIA 

AVGG. A gateway. 

726. Fausta, wife of Constantine. AB. Denarius. 06tJ. FL.MAX.FAVSTA 

AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. SPES REIPVBLICAE. Woman 
standing 1.; below, S.I.R.M. 

727. Crispus, A. D. 317-326. Small bronze. Obv. CRISPVS NOB. C. 

Laureated bust r. i?CT. VICT LAETAE PRINC.PERP. Two Vic- 
tories placing a shield upon an altar. C. 140. 

728. AE. Small bronze, Obv. Back view of bust 1. Rev. VIRTVS EXER- 

CIT. Bound captives seated on ground^ In exergue, SIS I, retro- 
grade. 

729. AE. Small Br. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. CAESARVM NOS- 

TRORVM, around; within a wreath, VOT. X. 

730. Delmatius, A. D. 336-337. AE. Middle bronze. 06i). FL.DELMATIUS 

NOB.CAES. Draped bust r. Rev. PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS. 
Delmatius in military uniform standing 1.; to left, two legionary 
standards. 

731. Constantine n, A. D. 317-337. AV. Aureus. Obv. Anepigraphous; 

head r. Rev. CONSTANTINVS CAESAR. Victory walking 1.; 
below, SMTS. 

732. AE. Small Br. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. GLORIA EXERCITVS. 

Two soldiers standing vis-d-vis. 

733. AE. Small Br. 61;. Draped bust r. i^w. PROVIDENTIAE CAESS. 

Camp gate. 

734. AE. Small Br. 06t). Laureated headr. Rev.yOT. V. within a palm 

wreath; around, CAESARVM NOSTRORVM. 

735. AE. Small Br, Similar to No. 734, but with VOT. X. on reverse. 

736. Constans I, A. D, 333-360. AV. Aureus. Obv. CONSTANS AV- 

GVSTVS. Draped bust r. Rev. VICTORIAE DD NN AVGG. 
Two Victories supporting shield inscribed VOT. X. MVLT.XX. In 
exergue, T.R. 

737. AE, Small Br. Similar to No. 736, but with two Victories standing 

vis-a-vis. 

738. AE, Middle Br. 06v. Draped bust r. i?et). FEL.TEMP.REPARATIO. 

Constans standing 1. in a galley, holding globe surmounted with 
phoenix, 

739. AE, Middle Br, Obv. Similar to No. 738, except globe is surmounted 

with a Victory. 

740. Constantius H, A. D. 323-361, AV, Aureus. Obv. FL.IVL.CON- 

STANTIUS PERP. AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. GLORIA REI- 
PVBLICAE. Constantinople seated 1; Roma seated facing, the two 
supporting shield inscribed VOT, XX. MVLT. XXX. In exergue, 

SMNT, 

741. AV. Quinarius. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. VICTORIA AVGVSTVS 

N . Victory seated r. 

742. AE. Small Br. Obv. Draped bustr. Rev. FEL.TEMP.REPARATIO. 

Soldier piercing an enemy. 

743. AR. Denarius. Obv. Head r. Rev. VOT IS XXV MVLTIS XXX 

within a wreath. 

744. AB. Denarius. Similar to No. 743, but reading VOT IS XXX. MVLT IS 

XXXX. 



438 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

746. AE. Middle Br. Ofcv. Draped bust r. i?6i;. GLORIA ROMANORVM' 
Constantius chaining to right. 

746. Vetranius.A.D. 360. AE. Ofci;. D.N.VETRANIO.P.F.AVG. Draped 

bustr. i?ev. PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS. Vetranius standing 1.; to 
right, two legionary ensigns. In exergue, T.R. 

747. Decentius, A. D. 361. AE. Double Denarius. 06i;. D.N.DECENTIUS 

NOB CAES. Bustr.; to left, in field, symbol X- Rev. PRINCIPI 
IVVENTVTIS. Decentius standing r. 

748. JuUann, A. D. 360-363. AV. Aureus. Obv. FL.CL.IVLIANVS. P.P. 

AVG. Draped bustr. i?ei;. VIRTVS EXERCITVS ROMANORVM. 
Julian walking r.; in exergue, SI AM. 

749. AE. Large Br. Obv. Similar to No. 748. Rev. SECV RITAS REIPVB. 

Apis standing r.; above, two stars; below the bull's head,, eagle on 
a wreath. 

760. AE. Denarius. Obv'l Similar to No. 748. Rev. VOT.X MVLT.XX 

within a wreath. 

761. Jovianus, A. D. 363-364. AE. Small. Obv. lOVIANVS P.P. AVG. 

Draped bust r. Rev. VOT.V.MVLT.X. within a wreath. 

762. Valentinianus I, A. D. 364-376. AV. Aureus. Obv. D.N.VALEN- 

TINIANVS P.F.AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. VICTORIA AVGG. 

Valentinian and his son seated facing; behind them, Victory. In 

exergue, TR. 08. 
768. AV. Aureus. Obv. Similar to No. 752. Rev. RESTITUTOR REI- 

P V B L I C A E . Valentinian standing facing. 
764. AE. Small Br. Obv. Similar to No. 752. Rev. GLORIA ROM ANO- 

RVM. Valentinian moving r. carrying banner with monogram X, 

and dragging captive by hair. 
766. AE. Small Br. Similar to No. 752. Rev. VOT.X. MVLT.XX. within 

a wreath. 

756. Valens, A. D. 364^378. AE. SmallBr. 06t;. DN.VALENS. P.F.AVG. 

Draped bust r. 2?ei;. VRBS ROMA. Roma seated 1. In exergue, 
TRPN. 

757. AE. Small Br. Obv. Similar to No. 756. Rev. RESTITVTOR REI P. 

Valens standing facing. 

768. AE. SmaU Br. Obv. Similar to No. 756. Rev. SECV RITAS REIPVB- 

LICAE. Victory moving 1. 

769. Procopius, A. D. 365-366. AE. Quinarius. Obv. D.N. PROCOPIVS 

. P.P. AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. A cross within a wreath; above, 
CONOB. 

760. Gratianus, A. D. 367-383. AV. Aureus. Obv. D N GRATIANVS 

P.P. AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. VICTORIA AVGG. Same type 
as No. 751. 

761. AE. Middle Br. Obv. Similar to No. 760. Rev. REPARATIO 

R E I PV B. Gratian standing 1. 

762. AE. SmaU Br. Obv. Similar to No. 760. Rev. Similar to No. 756. 

763. Valentinian U, A. D. 375-392. AV. Aureus. Obv. D.N.VALENTINI- 

ANVS P.F.AVG. Draped bustr. i?er. VICTORIA AVGG. Same 
type as No. 752. 

764. AE. Middle Br. Obv. Similar to No. 763. Rev. Similar to No. 761. 

765. Theodosius, A. D. 379-395. AV. Aureus. Oftt;. D.N. THEODOSIVS 

P.P. AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 760. 

766. AE. Middle Br. Obv. Similar to No. 765 Rev. Similar to No. 761. 

767. AE. SmallBr. Obv. Similar to No. 765. Rev. CONCORDIA AVGG. 

Roma seated facing. 

768. Flacilla. AE. Middle. Otv. AEL. FLACILLA AVG. Bustr. Rev. 

SALVS REIPVBLICAE. Flacilla standing facing. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 439 

769. Arcadius, A. D. 394-408. AV. Aureus. Obv. DN ARCADIVS P.F. 

AVG. Draped bust r. i?gi;. VICTORIA AVGGG. Arcadius stand- 
ing r. and trampling upon a fallen enemy. 

770. AV. Aureus. Obv. DN ARCADIUS P. F. AVG. A helmeted bust 

facing. Rev. CONCORDIAAVGG. Pallas seated r. In exergue, 
CONOB. 

771. AE. Obv. Draped bust r., upon which a hand from above is placing 

a wreath, i^ei;. GLORIA ROMANORVM. Arcadius standing r. 
In exergue, CONS and a star. 

772. AE. Middle Br. Obv. Similar to No. 771, except there are two crosses 

in field to right and T to left on reverse. In exergue, ANTE. 

773. AB. Quinarius. 06v. Similar to No. 769. i?ei;. VIRTVS ROMANVM. 

Roma seated 1. ; below, BNPS. 

774. Honorius, A. D. 454. AV. Aureus. Obv. HONORIVS P. F. AVG. 

Draped bust r. Rev. VICTORIA AVGG. M. Similar to No. 769. 
CONOB. 
776. BL. 06v. Similar to No. 774. iJeti. VIRTVS ROMANORVM. Roma 
standing 1. 

776. Constans m, A. D. 411-421. AR. Denarius. Obv. DN CONSTAN- 

TIVS P. F. AVG. A draped bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 769. 
CONOB. 

777. Theodosius U, A. D. 408-438. AB. Quinarius. Obv. THEODOSIVS 

P. F. AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. VOT. XXX. MVLT. XXXX within 
wreath; below, CONS. 

778. John, A. D. 423-425. AR. Denarius. Obv. DN JOHANNES P.F. 

AVG. Draped bust r. i?CT. VICTORIA AVGGG. Sunilar to No. 
769. COM. 

779. Valentlnian m, A. D. 425-455. AV. Aureus. Obv. DN PLA. VAL- 

ENTINIANVS P. F. AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. VICTORIA 
A V G G G . Valentinian standing facing, trampling on human-headed 
serpent. Inexergue, CONOB. 

780. Honoria, A. D. 433-464. AE. SmaU. Obv. D. N. IVST. GRAT. 

HONORIA P. F. AVG. Bust r. Rev. BONO REIPVBLICAE. 
Victory standing 1. In exergue, CONOB. 

781. Severus m, A. D. 461-466. AV. Aureus. Obv. D.N. LIBIVS SEVE- 

RVS P. F. AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. VICTORIA AVGGG. Type 
as No. 779. 

782. Leo, A. D. 467-474. AV. Aureus. Obv. DN. LEO PERPET. AVG. 

Helmeted bust facing. Rev. VICTORIA AVGGG. Victory stand- 
ing 1. In exergue, CONOB. 

783. JuUus Nepos, A. D. 474. AV. Triens. Obv. DN. ANICIVS OLY- 

BRIVS AVG. Bust r. Rev. Cross within a wreath; below, CONOB. 

784. Zeno, A. D. 474-491. AV. Aureus. Obv. DN. ZENO PERP. AVG. 

Helmeted bust facing. Rev. Similar to No. 782. 



BYZANTINE COINS. 



786. Anastasius I, A. D. 491-518. AV. SoUdus. Obv. DN.ANASTASIVS 
P.P.AVG. Beardless bust r. iJev. VICTORIA AVGGG. Victory 
standing L; below, CONOB. 

786. AV. SoUdus. Obv. Similar to No. 785. i^ev. VICTORIA AVGGG H. 

Victory holding cross surmounted with monogram -f-. 

787. AV. Tremissis. Obv. ANASTASIVS AVG. Draped bust r. Rev. 

VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM. Victory standing. 



440 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

788. AE. 40 Nummia. Obv. DN. ANASTASIVS P P AVG. Similar to 

No. 787. Rev. M between two stars; above, a cross; in exergue, 
CON. 

789. AE. 20 Nummia. Obv. Similar to No. 788. Rev. K; on 1., cross; on 

r., G- 

790. AE. 10 Nummia. Obv. Similar to No. 788. Rev. CON CORD! 

around the mark of value, I. 

791. Justin I, A. D. 618-527. AV. Solidus. 06?;. DN.IVSTINVS P.P. AVG. 

Bust of Justin, facing. Rev. VICTORIA AVGGG. Victory stand- 
ing facing; below, CO NOB. 

792. AV. Tremissis. Obv. Bust, diademate, r. Rev. Victory standing 

facing. 

793. AE. 40 Nummia. Obv. Bust of Justinus r. Rev. M between two 

stars. 

794. AE. 40 Nummia. Similar to No. 793, with cross and stars on 

reverse. 
796. Justinianus I, A. D. 627. AV. SoUdus. Obv. DN. IVSTINIANVS 
P.P. AVG. Bust in armor facing. i?ev. VICTORIA AVGGG. Vic- 
tory standing 1. 

796. AE. 40 Nummia. Oftr. Bust facing. Rev. ANNO M X|ll|ll. In 

exergue, CON. 

797. AE. 40 Nummia. Similar to No. 796, but reading ANNO-XVI on 

reverse. 

798. 20 Nummia. Similar to No. 796, but reading K and ANNO-XV on 

reverse. 

799. 20 Nummia. Obv. Bust r. Rev. K; on 1., cross. 

800. Justinus n, A. D. 665-678. AV. SoUdus. Obv. DNI VSTINVS P.P. 

AVG. Bustfacing. i?ev. VICTORIA AVGGG P. Constantinople 
seated facing. In exergue, C O N O B . 

801. Maurice Tiberius, A. D. 682-578. AV. SoUdus. 06i'. DN MAVRC 

TIBER AVG. Bust facing, wearing plumed helmet and cuirass. 
Rev. VICTORIA AVGG. B. Victory standing 1.; below, CONOB. 

802. AE. 40 Nummia. Obv. Similar to No. 801. Rev. M— ANNO X; 

below, NIKO. 

803. Phocas, A. D. 602-610. AV. SoUdus. Obv. DN.FOCAS PERP AVG. 

Crowned bust facing. iJev. VICTORIA AVGG. Victory standing 
facing. 

804. AV. SoUdus. Similar to No. 803. 

805. AE. 40 Nummia. Obv. Phocas and Leontia standing facing. Rev. 

ANNO M III. 

806. HeracUus I, A. D. 610-641. AV. Semissis. Obv. Heraclius, Hera- 

clius Constantine and Heraclonas standing facing. Rev. V I CTO R I A 
AGUS. Cross. 

807. AE. Obv. DDNN. HERACLIUS ET HERA. CONS. Heraclius and 

Constans seated facing. i?CT. DEUSADIUTAROMANIS. Cross. 

808. AE. Obv. Helmeted bust in cuirass. Rev. M— A N N O 1! . CO N . 

809. Constans n (Constantinus m), A. D. 641-668. AV. SoUdus. Obv. 

DN.CONSTANTINUS PP AVG. Bust facing. Rev. VICTORIA 
AVG VS. A cross potent; below, CONOB+. 

810. Justinianus n, A. D. 685-695. AV. SoUdus. 06r. DN. IVSTINIA- 

NVS PF AV. Crowned bust facing. Rev. VICTORIA AVGV. 
Cross potent; below, CONOB. 

811. Anastasius n, A. D. 713-716. AV. SoUdus. Obv. DH ARTEMIUS 

ANASTASIUS MULA. Crowned bust facing. Rev. VICTORIA 
AVGV A. Cross potent, CONOB. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 441 

812. Michael I, A. D. 811-813. AE.40Nummia. Oftv. Busts of Michael and 
his son Theophylactua facing. i?e^. M.; ANN — XXX. 

818. TheopMlus, A. D. 829-842. AV. Semissis. Theophilus with his 
father, Michael II, and his son, Constantine. Ohv. Crowned bust 
facing. Rev. Busts of Michael and Constantine facing; above them 
a cross. 

814. AE. Follis. Obv. Half length figure of emperor standing, facing. 

Rev. Name and title. 
816. AE. 40 Nummia. Obv. Crowned bust facing. Rev. M. AN NO XXX. 

816. Michael HI, A. D. 842-867. AV. Solldus. Obv. Crowned bust facing. 

Rev. Draped bust of Christ facing. 

817. Basil 1(1) and Constantine, A. D. 867-879. AV. Solidus. Obv. 

Crowned busts facing. Rev. Facing bearded Christ, seated. 

818. Leo VI, A. D. 886-i912. AE. Follis. Obv. Leo VI seated on throne. 

Rev. Name, etc., in four lines. 
819-820. AE. FolUs. Similar to No. 818. 

821. Leo and Alexander. AE. Follis. Obv. Leo and Alexander standing 

facing. Rev. Names, etc. 

822. Constantine VTI, A. D. 913-969. AE. Follis. Constantine VII with 

the Regent Zoe. 06v. Half length figures facing, i^ei;. CONSTAN- 
TINUS &.ZOE BASILIS ROMEON. 

823. AV. Solidus. Constantine VII and his son Romanus II. Ohv. 

Crowned busts facing. Rev. Bust of Christ facing. 

824. AV. Solidus. Romanus I and his son Christopher. Obv. Crowned 

busts facing. Rev. Christ seated. 

825. Nicephorus n, A. D. 963-969. AV. Nomisma. Obv. Crowned bust 

wearing robe with square pattern; on left, bust of Virgin, nimbate. 
Rev. Bust of Christ, nimbate. 

826. John I. Zimisces, A. D. 969-975. AV. Nomisma. Obv. On left, bust 

of John facing; on right, Virgin, nimbate and placing crown on 
head of John. Rev. Similar to No. 823. 

827. AE. Follis. Obv. Bust of Christ, bearded and nimbate. Rev lESUS 

XRISTUSetc. 

828. Michael IV, A. D. 1034-1041. AV. Nomisma. Obv. Crowned bust 

facing. Rev. Bust of Christ. 

829. Romanus m, A. D. 1028-1034. AV. Nomisma. Obv. Romanus 

standing; on right, Virgin. Rev. Christ seated on throne. 

830. Michael Vn, 1071-1078. AV. Nomisma. A nummus scyphatus. Obv. 

Crowned bust facing. Rev. Christ with long beard and flowing hair. 

831. Nicephorus m, A. D. 1078-1081. AV. Nomisma. Nummus scyphatus. 

Obv. Bust of Nicephorus III, crowned. Rev. Bust of Christ, nimbate. 

832. AV. Nomisma. Num. Scy. Obv. The emperor standing facing, 

crowned. Rev. Christ seated, nimbate. 

833. Alexis I, A. D. 1081-1118. AV. Nomisma. Nummus scyphatus. Obv. 

The emperor standing facing, crowned. Rev. Similar to No. 832. 

834. AV. Nomisma. Nummus scyphatus. Obv. Alexis, crowned, standing 

facing. Rev. Similar to No. 832. 

835. John n, A. D. 1118-1143. AV. Nomisma. Nummus scyphatus. John 

II standing facing; on right, Virgin, nimbate, places crown on head 
of emperor. Rev. Christ, nimbate, seated facing. 

836. Manuel I, A. D. 1143-1180. AV. Nomisma. Nummus scyphaius. 

Obv. The emperor, crowned, standing facing. Rev. Bust of Christ, 
nimbate. 

837. Michael Vm, A. D. 1261-1282. AV. Nomisma. Nummus scyphatus. 

Obv. Michael VIII kneeling, supported by angel; on right, Christ, 
nimbate. Rev. Virgin seated. 



GREAT BRITAnr. 

1. AE. Obv. Head to right. Rev. Horse r. Immitation of Gallic bronze. 

19 mm. 

MERCIA. 

2. Sceatta. Obv. Rude head r. Rev. T o T etc. within a square. Rud- 

ing, C. B. PI. 1, No. 8. 

3. Burgred, A. D. 863-874. AB. Penny. Obv. BURGRED REX. Bust, 

diademate, to right. Rev. MON. | HEAWL | .ETA. 

KINGDOM OF WESSEX. 

4. Aethelbearht, A. D. 856-866. AB. Penny. Obv. AEDELBEARHT. 

Head to right. Rev. DVDVINE MON ETA between the arms of a 
cross. 

WEST SAXONS. 

6. Eadred, A. D. 946-955. AB. Penny. Obv. E AD RED REX. Small 
cross. Rev. HVNR. | x x x | ED MO; pellets above and below. 

6. AB. Penny. Obv. Similar to No. 5; moneyer, MAN AN. 

ENGLAND. 

7. William I or n, 1066 (1087)-1100. AE. Penny. Exeter. Obv. Facing 

bust, crowned, r. iJei;. Cross; SERINE ON LEXECI. 

8. AB. Penny. London. Similar to No. 7, but with EDRIC ON LVN- 

D I N E I on reverse. 

9. AE. Penny. Similar to No. 7, but with LIFPORDON PINE on reverse. 

10. Henry I, A. D. 1100-1135. AB. Penny. Obv. Facing head in a triangle. 

Rev. Cross; trefoils in angles. 

11. Jolin, A. D. 1199-1216. AB. Penny. 06i;. lOHANVS REX. Facing 

head in a triangle. Rev. Crescent and star. 

12. AE. Penny. Similar to No. 11. 

13. Henry HI, A. D. 1216-1272. AE. Penny. Obv. HENRICVS. REX. 

Facing head. Rev.CAUT. Short cross. 

14. AE. Penny. Similar to No. 13. 

16. AE. Penny. London. Similar to No. 13, but with lOHAN ON. 
LVND, on reverse. 

16. AE. Penny. Winchester. Oftv. HENRICVS REX III. Facing head, 

crowned. Rev. Cross. 

17. Edward I, A. D. 1272-1307. AE. Penny. 06t>. EDWR' ANGL DNS. 

HYB. Facing bust, crowned. Rev. Cross. 

18. AE. Penny. Dublin. Obv. Crowned bust. Rev. Cross. 

19. Edward TL, A. D. 1307-1327. AB. Penny. London. Obv. EDWAR. 

R.ANGL.HYB. Facing bust, crown ed . Rev . Cross . 

20. Edward HI, A. D. 1327-1376. AV. Quarter Noble. Obv. EDWARD. 

DEI.GRA.REX. ANGL. Shield of arms. Rev. EXALTABITVR. 
IN. GLORIA. Cross. 

21. Edward the Black Prince, A. D. 1362-1376. AV. Boyal d'Or. Obv. 

ED'.PO: ENS: REG: ANGL: PNCS: A. The prince standing, 
facing. Rev. DNS. AlUTO PTECTO ME. & IIPO: SPAVI. COR. 
MEVM:B. Cross. 

442 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 443 

22. Henry rv, A. D. 1399-1413. AB. Penny. Calais. 06t). HENRICVS 

REX ANGLIE. Facing bust, crowned. Rev. Cross. 

23. Henry V, A. D. 1413-1422. AV. Noble. Obv. HENRIC':Dr:GRA': 

ANGL: & : FRANC: DNS:HYB'. The king standing in a ship. 
Hev. Cross. 

24. AR. Groat. London. Obv. Facing head, crowned. Rev. Long cross. 
26. AE. Groat. Calais. Obv. Full-face head, crowned. Rev. Long cross. 

26. AE. Groat. Similar to No. 25. 

27, Edward rv, A. D. 1461-1483. AR. Groat. London. Obv. EDWARD: 

DI:GRA:ANGL': & : FRANC. Facing bust, crowned. Rev. Long 
cross. 
28-30. AR. Groats. Similar to No. 27. 

31. Henry Vn, A. D. 1485-1509. AV. Angel. Obv. HENRIC.DI'.GRA'. 

REX. ANGL'. & . FRANC. St. Michael and dragon. Rev. Shield 
of arms. 

32. AR. Groat. London. Obv. Facing bust, crowned. Rev. Long cross. 

33. AR. Groat. 06?;. Crowned bust r. Rev. Shield of arms. 

34. Henry Vm, A. D. 1509-1547. AV. Sovereign. Obv. HENRIC'8': Dl': 

GRA: AGL'.FR ANCIE: & : HIBER.REX. King seated. Rev. 
Crowned arms, with supporters. 

35. AR. Groat. Obv. Crowned bust r. Rev. Arms over cross. 

36. Edward VI, A. D. 1547-1553. AR. Half-sovereign. Obv. EDWARD. 

VI.D.G.AGL.FRA.Z.HIB.REX. Crowned bust r. i?^. Oval shield, 
crowned. 

37. AR. Shilling, Obv. Full-face bust, crowned. Rev. Shield of arms on 

cross. 

38. AR. Shilling. Similar to No, 37. 

39. Mary, A, D. 1553-1558. AR. Groat. Obv. Crowned bust 1. Rev. 

Shield of arms. 
40-42. AR. Groats. Similar to No. 39. 

43. PhiUp and Mary, A. D. 1664-1558. AR, Half-crown. Obv. PHILIP- 

PVS.D.G.P.ANG.FRA.NEAP.PR.HISP. Bust r. i?CT. Bust L 

44. AR. Shilling. 06i;. PH ILIP.ET MARIA. D.G. REX. ET.REGINA.ANG. 

Busts vis-d,-vis. Rev. Oval shield of arms of England and Spain. 
46, Elizabeth, A, D, 1558-1603, AV. Sovereign, 06i;. ELIZABETH :D:G: 

ANG:FRA'. REGINA. Queen crowned, seated. Rev. Shield of 

arms. 
46. AR, Shilling, Obv. Crowned bust 1. Rev. Shield of arms. 
47-48. AR, Sixpences, 1562, Obv. Crowned bust 1. Rev. Shield of arms. 
49. AR. Groat, 1564. Types and legends similar to No. 47. 
60. AR. Groat, 1584. Similar to No. 49. 
51. James I, A. D. 1603-1625. AV. Rose Royal, Obv. lACOBVS. D:G: 

MA. BRI. FR. ET HIB:REX. Crowned king, seated.. Rev. Shield 

of arms. 
62-64, AV. Laurels, or Twenty-shilling pieces. Obv. Bust laureate 1. 

Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 
65. AV. Double-crown or Half Unite. Obv. Crowned bust r. Rev. 

Crowned shield of arms. 
66-57. AR. Shillings. Obv. Crowned bust r. Rev. Shield of arms, 
58. AR. Sixpence, 1604, Obv. Similar to No. 56. Rev. EXVRGAT. DEVS 

etc. Shield. 
69-60. AR. Sixpences, Obv. Similar to No. 56. Rev. QVAE. DEVS etc. 

Shield of arms. 



444 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

61. Charles I, A. D. 1625-1649. AY. Three sovereigns, 1643. Obv. 

CAROLVS. D. G. MAGN. BRIT. FRAN. ET. HIB. REX. Crowned 
bustr. Rev. Infield: III | RELIG. PROT. | LEG. ANG. | LIBER. 
PAR I 1643. 

62. AV. Twenty shillings. Obv. Crowned bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms. 

63. AV. Five shillings. Obv. Crowned bust 1. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms. 

64. AH, Pound, 1642. Siege piece. Obv. Charles I, mounted. Rev. 

EXVRGAT DEVS: etc. In field, RELIG. PROT. LEG. | ANG. 
LIBER. PAR.; above, XX, 48 mm. 1,808 grs. 

65. AE. Half-pound, 1642. Siege piece. Types similar to No. 64. 

66. AB. Half-pound, 1642. 06v. King crowned and mounted. iJetJ. Shield 

of arms. 

67. AB. Shilling, 1646. Siege piece; Newark. Obv. A crown; at sides, 

C - R; beneath, XII. Rev. OBS: | NEWARK 1 1645. Lozenge 

form. 
68-69. AE. Shillings. Obv. Crowned bust 1. Rev. Oval shield of arms. 
70-71. AE. Sixpences. Obv. Similar to No. 68. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms. 

72. Commonwealth. AE. Half-crown, 1654. Obv. THE COMMON- 

WEALTH OF ENGLAND. Shield, bearing cross of St. George. 
Rev. GOD WITH US. Two shields. 

73. AE. Shilling, 1654. Legends and types similar to No. 72. 

74. Cromwell, A. D. 1663-1658. AV. Broad, 1656. Obv. OLIVAR. D. G. 

R. P. ANG. SCO. ET. HIB. &. PRO. Head of Cromwell 1. Rev. 
PAX. QVAERITVR. BELLO. Arms of the Protectorate, crowned. 
76. AE. Crown, 1658. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Similar to No. 74. 

76. AE. Half-crown, 1668. Legends and types similar to No. 75. 

77. AE. Shilling, 1658. Similar to No. 75. 

78. Charles H, A. D. 1660-1685. AV. Five-guineas, 1679. Obv. CAROLVS 

DEI GRATIA. Bust r. Rev. MAG. BR. FRA. ET. HIB. REX. 
Four crowned shields, crosswise. 

79. AV. Guinea, 1667. Legends and types similar to No. 78. 

80. AE. Crown, 1672. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Four crowned shields, 

crosswise. 

81. AE. Half-crown, 1669. Types similar to No. 80. 

82. AE. Half-crown, 1677. Ditto. 

83. AE. Shilling, 1668. Legends and types similar to No. 78, but with two 

C's interlinked between shields. 

84. AE. ShilUng, 1671. Similar to No. 83. Reeded edge. 

85. AB. Sixpence, 1674. Types similar to No. 83. 

86. AE. Threepence, undated. Obv. Crowned bust Rev. Shield of arms; 

above, crown. 

87. AB. Fourpence, 1679. Obv. Similar to No. 81. Rev. Four C's inter- 

linked. 

88. AE. Threepence, 1679. Obv. Similar to No. 81. Rev. Similar to No. 

87, but with four C's interlinked and crowned. 

89. AB. Twopence, 1679. Similar to No. 87, but with two C's crowned, 

on reverse. 

90. AE. Halfpenny, 1673. Obv. CAROLVS A. CAROLO. Bust 1. Rev. 

B R ITA N N I A. Britannia seated 1. 

91. AE. Farthing, 1679. Legends and types similar to No. 90. 

92. James n, A. D. 1686-1688. AV. Guinea, 1688. Obv. lACOBVS • II ' 

DEI ■ GRATIA. Bust 1. Rev. Four shields of arms, crosswise, 
with scepters in angles. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 445 

93. AE. Crown, 1687. Obv. Draped bust 1, Rev. Four crowned shields, 

crosswise. 

94. AR. Crown, 1688. Similar to No. 93. 

96. AE. Half-crown, 1685. Legends and types similar to No. 93. 

96. AR. Half-crown, 1687. Legends and types similar to No. 93. 

97. Fourpence, 1686. Obv. Similar to No. 92. Rev. Numeral Mil, crowned. 

98. Threepence, 1687. Similar to No. 97, but with III on reverse. 

99. Twopence, 1686. Similar to No. 97, but with 1 1 on reverse. 

GUN MONEY. 

100. AE. Crown, 1690. Obv. lAC. II. DEI GRA. MAG. BRI. FRA. ET HIB. 

REX. King bareheaded, on horseback, 1. Rev. CHRISTO VIC- 
TORE TRP/MPHO. Four crowned shields of arms, crosswise. 
32 mm. 

101. AE. Crown, 1690. Similar to No. 100. 34 mm. 

102. AE. Half-crown, 1689. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Crown; above, XXX; be- 

low, A/|aA/. 33 mm. 

103. AE. Half-crown, 1690. Similar to No. 102. 29 mm. 

104. AE. Shilling, 1689. Similar to No. 102, but with mark of value, XII. 

24 mm. 
106. AE. Sixpence, 1689. Similar to No. 102, but with value, VI. 21«nm. 



106. William and Mary, A. D. 1688-1694. AV. Guinea, 1692. Obv. 

GVLIELMVS ET MARIA DEI GRATIA. Busts, jugate, r. Rev. 
Shield of arms, crowned. 

107. AE. Half-crown, 1689. Types similar to No. 106. 

108. AE. Half-crown, 1693. Obv. Similar to No. 106. Rev. Four crowned 

shields of arms, crosswise, with WM in angles. 

109. AE. Fourpence, 1689. Obv. Similar to No. 106. Rev. "4," crowned. 

110. AE. Threepence, 1689. Similar to No. 109, but with "3," crowned, 

on reverse. 

111. AE. Farthing, 1691. 06 v. Similar to No. 106. iJev. Britannia seated 1. 

112. WiUiamm, A. D. 1694-1701. AV. Guinea, 1697. Obv. GVLIELMVS. 

III. DEI. GRA. Bust r. Rev. Four crowned shields of arms, cross- 
wise, with scepters in angles. 

113. AE. Crown, 1696. Types similar to No. 112, but without scepters. 

114. AE. Half-crown, 1698. Similar to No. 113. 

115. AE. ShilUng. Similar to No. 113. 

116. AE. Sixpence. Similar to No. 113. 

117. Anne, A. D. 1701-1714. AV. Guinea, 1714. Obv. ANNA. DEI. GRA- 

TIA. Bust 1. Rev. Similar to No. 112, but Star of Garter in 
center. 

118. AE. Crown, 1703. Types similar to No. 117, but with VIGO below 

bust. 

119. AE. Crown, 1707. Similar to No. 117, but with E below bust. 

120. AE. Half-crown, 1708. Similar to No. 119. 

121. AR. Shilling, 1708. Similar to No. 119. Edge obliquely hatched. 

122. AE. Sixpence, 1711. Similar to No. 121. 

123. AE. Farthing, 1714. Obv. Similar to No. 117. Rev. BRITANNIA. 

Britannia seated 1. 



446 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

124. George I, A. D. 1714-1727. AV. Guinea, 1726. Obv. GEORGIVS D. 
G.M.BR.FR.ET HIB.REX F.D. Bust r. Rev. BRVN.ET L:DVX 
S.R.I.A.TH.ET EL. 1726. Four shields of arms, crosswise, with 
scepters in angles. 

126. AV. 1/4 Guinea, 1718. Similar to No. 124. 

128. AB. Shilling, 1723. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Four crowned shields 
of arms, crosswise, with SS. C. in angles. 

127. AB. Sixpence, 1723. Similar to No. 126. 

128. AE. Halfpenny, 1717. Obv. Mailed bust r. Rev. Britannia seated 1. 

129. AE. Farthing, 1721. Similar to No. 128. 

130. George H, A. D. 1727-1760. AV. Two-guineas, 1748. Obv. GEOR- 

GIVS. II. DEI. GRATIA. Bustl. i?ev. Shield of arms, crowned. 

131. AV. Guinea, 1761. Types similar to No. 130. 

132. AB. Crown, 1736. Obv. Draped bust 1. Rev. Four crowned shields 

of arms, crosswise, with Star of Garter in center, plumes and roses 
in the angles. 

133. AB. Half-crown, 1746. Similar to No. 132. 

134. AB. Half-crown, 1746. Similar to No. 132, but without plumes and 

roses on reverse. 
136. AB. Shilling, 1746. Types similar to No. 132. 

136. AB. Shilling, 1768. Similar to No. 134. 

137. AB. Sixpence, 1758. Similar to No. 134. 

138. AB. Fourpence, 1746. Obv. Youthful bust 1. Rev. Numeral 4, 

crowned. 

139. AB. Pence, 1756. Similar to No. 138, except value. 

140. AE. Halfpenny, 1732. Obv. Mailed bust 1. Rev. Britannia seated 1. 

141. George m, A. D. 1760-1820. AV. Guinea, 1774. Obv. GEORGIVS 

III DEI GRATIA. Bust r. ii«v. Shield of arms. 

142. AV. Guinea, 1787. Obv. Similar to No. 141. Rev. Spade-shaped 

shield of arms. 

143. AV. Guinea, 1813. Obv. Head r. Rev. BRITANNIARVM REX 

FID El DEFENSOR. Shield of arms. 

144. AV. Sovereign, 1818. 06v. GEORGIVSII! D. G. BRITANNIAR.REX 

F.D. Head r. Rev. St. George and the Dragon. 
146. AV. Half-guinea, 1801. Types similar to No. 143. 

146. AV. Half-guinea, 1817. Types similar to No. 141. 

147. AV. Seven shillings, 1808. Obv. Similar to No. 141. Rev. Inscrip- 

tion similar to No. 143. Crown and date. 

148. AV. Seven shillings, 1813. Similar to No. 147. 
149-150. AV. Quarter-guinea, 1762. Types similar to No. 141. 
161. AB. Crown, 1819. Obv. Head r. Rev. St. George and dragon. 

152. AB. Half-crown, 1817. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Shield of arms crowned. 

153. AB. Half-crown, 1820. Obv. Head r. Rev. Similar to No. 152. 

164. AB. Shilling, 1787. Obv. Mailed bust r. Rev. Four crowns and 

shields arranged cruciformly, with Star of the Garter in center. 
166. AB. Shilling, 1820. Similar to No. 153. 

156. AB. Sixpence, 1787. Types similar to No. 154. 

157. AB. Sixpence, 1820. Similar to No. 155. 

158. AB. Fourpence, 1820. Obv. Head r. Rev. Nvmaeral 4, crowned. 

159. AB. Threepence, 1762. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Numeral 3, 

crowned. 

160. AB. Threepence, 1817. Types similar to No. 158. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 447 

161. AB. Twopence, 1818. Type similar to No. 159. 

162. AR. Penny, 1776. Similar to No. 159. 

163. AE. Penny, 1820. Similar to No. 158. 

164. AE. Twopence, 1797. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Britannia seated by the 

sea. 41 mm. 
166. AE. Penny, 1797. Similar to No. 164. 36 mm. 

166. AE. Penny, 1806. Type similar to No. 164. 34 mrh. 

167. AE. Halfpenny, 1799. Similar to No. 166. 31 mm. 

168. AE. Farthing, 1799. Similar to No. 166, but reading 1. FARTHING 

below Britannia. 

169. George IV, 1820-1830. AV. Five-pounds, 1826. Obv. GEORGIUS IV 

DEI GRATIA. Head 1. Rev. Square shield of arms within ermine 
mantle. 

170. AV. Double-sovereign, 1823. Obv. GEORGIUS llll D:G:BRITAN- 

N I A R . R E X F . D . Head 1. Rev. St. George and the dragon. 

171. AV. Double-sovereign, 1826. Similar to No. 169. 

172. AV. Sovereign, 1821. Similar to No. 170. 

173. AV. Sovereign, 1826. Similar to No. 169, but with garnished shield 

of arms on reverse. 

174. AV. Half-sovereign, 1826. Similar to No. 173. 

175. AV. Half-sovereign, 1825. Obv. Laureated head 1. Rev. Square 

shield of arms, crowned; around, ANNO 1825. 

176. AR. Crown, 1822. Similar to No. 170. 

177. AR. Half-crown, 1821. Obv. Similar to No. 170. Rev. Similar to No. 

173. 

178. AR. Half-crown, 1823. Obv. Similar to No. 170. Rev. Crowned arms 

within Garter and in collar of Golden Fleece. 

179. AR. Shilling, 1824. Similar to No. 178, but shield in Garter. 

180. AR. Shilling, 1825. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Eoyal crest. 

181. AR. Sixpence, 1824. Similar to No. 179. 

182. AR. Fourpence, 1830. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Numeral 4, crowned. 

183. AR. Threepence, 1830. Similar to No. 182; numeral 3. 

184. AR. Twopence, 1828. Similar to No. 182; numeral 2. 

185. AE. Halfpenny, 1827. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Britannia r. 

186. AE. Farthing, 1826. Similar to No. 185. 
186a. AE. Half farthing, 1827. Simildr to No. 185. 

187. WilUam IV, A. D. 1830-1837. AV. Double-sovereign, 1831. Obv. 

GULIELMUS llll D:G:BRITANNIAR. REX F:D: Head r. Rev. 
Shield of arms, crowned, within an ermine mantle. 

188. AV. Sovereign, 1831. Obv. Similar to No. 187. Rev. Crowned shield 

of arms. 

189. AV. Half-sovereign. Similar to No. 188. 

190. AR. Crown, 1831. Types similar to No. 187. 

191. AR. Half-crown, 1831. Similar to No. 187. 

192. AR. Shilling, 1831. Obv. Similar to No. 187. Rev. Value and crown. 

193. AR. Sixpence, 1831. Similar to No. 192. 

194. AR. Groat, 1831. 06r). Similar to No. 187. iJet). Numeral 4, crowned, 

within oak wreath. 

195. AR. Threepence, 1831. Similar to No. 194, but with 3, crowned. 

196. AR. Twopence, 1831. Similar to No. 194, but with 2, crowned. 

197. AR. Penny, 1831. Similar to No. 194, except value. 

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448 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

198. AE. Penny, 1831. Obv. GUILEMUS llll DEI GRATIA. Head r. 

Rev. BRITANNIAR.REX FID:DEF: Britannia seated r. 

199. AE. Halfpenny, 1831. Similar to No. 198. 

200. AE. Farthing, 1831. Similar to No. 198. 

201. AE. Half-farthing, 1831. Similar to No. 198. 

202-203. Victoria, A. D. 1837-1901. AV. Sovereign, 1838. Obv. VIC- 
TORIA DEI GRATIA. Headl. iJei;. BRITANNIARUM REGINA 
Fl D : DEF: Shield of arms, crowned. 

204. AV. Sovereign, 1872. Similar to No. 202, except date. 

205. AV. Sovereign, 1872. Obv. VICTORIA D.G.BRITANNIAR: REG: 

F : D : Head 1. Rev. St. George and the dragon. 

206. AV. Half-sovereign, 1867. Obv. Similar to No. 202. Rev. Garnished 

shield of arms, crowned. 

207. AV. Half-sovereign, 1872. Similar to No. 206. 

208. AB. Crown, 1844. Types similar to No. 202. 

209. AB. Crown, 1847. Obv. "Victoria dei. Gratia Britanniar reg. f. d." 

in 0. E. ; crowned bust 1. Rev. " tueatur unita deus anno domini 
mdcccxlvii." in O. E. Four shields, crowned, arranged cruciformly. 

210. AB. Half-crown, 1840. Similar to No. 202. 

211. AB. Florin,^ 1849. Similar to No. 209, but with inscription in Romem 

letters. 

212. AB. Florin, 1853. Obv. "Victoria d. g. Brit. reg. f: d: mdcccliii" in 

0. E. Crowned bust 1. Rev. Four shields, crosswise. 

213. AB. Shilling, 1872. Obv. Similar to No. 205. Rev. Value and crown. 

214. AB. Sixpence, 1838. Types similar to No. 213. 

215. AB. Sixpence, 1872. Similar to No. 213. 

216. AB. Groat, 1838. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Britannia r.; around, FOUR 

PENCE. 

217. AB. Threepence, 1838. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Numeral 3, crowned. 

218. AB. Twopence, 1838. Similar to No. 217, but with 2, crowned. 

219. AB. IJ Pence, 1838. Similar to No. 217, but with IJ, crowned. 
220-223. AB. Series of Maundy coins, 1872. Similar to Nos. 217, 218. 
224-225. AB. Threepence and Twopence, 1873. As Nos. 217-218. 

226. AE. Penny, 1860. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Britannia, helmeted, seated 1. 
227-229. AE. Pennies, 1872, 1873, and 1887. Similar to No. 226. 
230-233. AE. Half-pennies, 1861, 1870, 1872, 1887. Similar to No. 226. 

234. AE. Farthing, 1839. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Britannia seated r. 

235. AE. Farthing, 1869. Similar to No. 226. 

236. AE. Farthing, 1887. Similar to No. 226. 

237. AE. Half-farthing, 1839. Obv. Sknilar to No. 234. Rev. Value, 

crowned. 

238. AE. Third-farthing, 1868. Similar to No. 237. 

239. AE. Quarter-farthing, 1839. Similar to No. 237. 

JUBILKB COINAGE, 1887. 

240. AV. Five-pounds, 1887. Obv. VICTORIA D: G: BRITT: REG: F: D: 

Crowned and veiled bust 1. Rev. St. George and Dragon. 

241. AV. Two-pounds, 1887. Similar to No. 240. 

242. AV. Sovereign, 1887. Similar to No. 240. 

243. AV. Half-sovereign, 1887. Obv. VICTORIA DEI GRATIA. Bust aa 

No. 240. Rev. BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID. DEF. Shield of 
arms, crowned. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 449 

244. AB. Crown, 1887. Similar to No. 240. 

246. AR. Double-florin, 1887. Obv. Similar to No. 243. Rev. BRITT. 
REG. FID: DEF: Four crowned shields, crosswise. 

246. AR. Half-crown, 1887. Obv. Similar to No. 243. Rev. Square shield 

of arms. 

247. AR. Florin, 1887. Legends and types similar to No. 245. 

248. AR. SMlUng, 1887. Similar to No. 246. 

249. AR. Sixpence, 1887. Similar to No. 246. 

260. AR. Fourpence, 1890. Similar to No. 240, but with numeral 4, 
crowned. 



251. AV. Sovereign, 1893. Obv. VICTORIA DEI GRA. BRITT. REGINA. 
FID. DEF. IND. IMP. Veiled bust 1. Rev. St. George and Dragon. 
282. AR. Crown, 1893. Legends and types as No. 251. 

253. AR. Half-crown, 1893. Obv. VICTORIA. DEI. GRA. BRITT. REG. 

Veiled bust 1. Rev. FID. DEF. IND. IMP. Spade-shaped shield 
within collar of Garter. 

254. AR. Florin, 1893. Obv. Similar to No. 251. Rev. Three shields of 

arms; around, ONE FLORIN— TWO SHILLINGS. 
265. AR. Shilling, 1893. Obv. Similar to No. 251. Rev. Three crowned 
shields, in triangular position, within Garter. 

256. AR. Sixpence, 1893. Obv. Similar to No. 251. Rev. Value, crowned. 

257. AR. Threepence, 1893. Similar to No. 256, but with 3, crowned, on 

reverse. 

258. AE. Penny, 1896. Obv. Similar to No. 251. Rev. Britannia seated r. 

259. AE. Halfpenny, 1896. Types similar to No. 258. 

260. AE. Farthing, 1895, Similar to No. 258. 

261. Edward VH, A. D. 1901-1910. AV. Five pounds, 1902. Obv. ED- 

WARDVS VII DEI GRA: BRITT: OMN : REX FID: DEF: IND: IN P. 
Head r. Rev. St. George and Dragon. 

262. AV. Two pounds, 1902. Similar to No. 261. 

263. AV. Sovereign, 1902. Similar to No. 261. 

264. AV. Half-sovereign, 1902. Similar to No. 261. 

265. AR. Crown, 1902. Same types and legends as No. 261. 

266. AR. Half-crown, 1902. Obv. EDWARDVS VII DEI GRA. BRITT: 

OMN:REX. Headr. iJev. FID. DEF.IND: IMP:— HALF CROWN. 
Crowned shield of arms. 

267. AR. Florin, 1902. Obv. Similar to No. 261. Rev. Britannia standing 

facing, on ship; around, ONE FLORIN — TWO SHILLINGS. 

268. AR. SMlUng, 1902. Obv. Similar to No. 266. Rev. FID: DEF: IND: 

IMP:— ONE SHILLING. Royal crest. 

269. AR. Sixpence, 1902. Obv. Similar to No. 261. Rev. SIX PENCE, 

crowned. 

270. AR. Fourpence, 1902. Obv. Similar to No. 266. Rev. Numeral 4, 

crowned. 

271. AR. Threepence, 1902. Similar to No. 270; 3, crowned. 

272. AR. Twopence, 1902. Similar to No. 270; 2, crowned. 

273. AR. Penny, 1902. Similar to No. 270; 1, crowned. 

274. AE. Penny, 1902. Obv. Similar to No. 261. Rev. Britannia seated. 

275. AE. Halfpenny, 1902. Similar to No. 274. 

276. AE. Farthing, 1902. Similar to No. 274. 



450 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

PATTERNS OF PRIVATE ORIGIN. 

277. AE. Obv. VICTORIA REG. Head 1.; around, ONE PENNY 

MODEL. i?cv. Numeral 1 on white metal central disk; same in- 
scription on copper rim as on obverse. 

278. AE. Halfpenny. Similar to No. 277, but with V - R on obverse. 

279. AE. Quarter-farthing, 1848. Obv. Similar to No. 277. Rev. MODEL I 

QUARTER I FARTHING I 1848. 

280. AE. Model Eighth Farthing, 1848. Similar to No. 279. 



BANK OF ENGLAND TOKENS. 

281-282. AB. Dollar, 1804. Obv. GEORGIUS III DEI GRATIA REX. 
Bust r. Rev. Britannia seated 1. 

283. AB. Three-shilling, 1812. Obv. Head r. Rev. BANK TOKEN 3 

SHILL. 1812. 

284. AJB. Three-shilling, 1812. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 283. 
286. AB. Eighteenpence, 1811. Similar to Nb. 284, but with IS. 6D on 

reverse. 

286. AB. Eighteenpence, 1812. Similar to No. 285, but with Is. 6d. on 

reverse. 

287. AB. Eighteenpence, 1815. Similar to No. 286. 



BANK OF IRELAND TOKENS. 

288. AB. Six-shiUing token, 1804. Obv. Bust of George III. r. Rev. 

BANK OF IRELAND TOKEN. Hibernia seated L 

289. AB. Thirtypence token, 1808. Similar to No. 288. 

290-291. AB. Tenpence token, 1813. Obv. Similar to No. 288. Rev. 

BANK I TOKEN | 10 PENCE \ IRISH i 1813. 
292. AB. Fivepence token, 1806. Similar to No. 290, but with 5 PENCE 

IRISH 1805. 



TRADESMEN'S TOKENS. 



293. Andover. Twelvepence, 1811. W. S. & I. Wakeford. Arms, and 

wreath. 

294. Bath. Four-shilling token, 1811. S. Whitechurch and Wm. Dore. 

Obv. Arms with supporters. Rev. Inscription. 
296. Bradford. Shilling, 1812. Obv. Shield, wreath. Rev. Justice, scales, 

merchandise. 
296-297. Bristol. Shilling, 1811. 06?;. Arms of Bristol. Rev. Inscription. 

298. Shilling, 1811. Messrs. Garrett, Terrell and Bird. Obv. Arms of 

Bristol. Rev. Inscription. 

299. Sixpence token, 1811. Obv. Shield in wreath. Rev. Value. 

300. Shilling, 1811. Niblock and Latham. Obv. Bridge. Rev. Value. 

301. Sixpence, 1811. Similar to No. 300. 

302. Shilling, 1811. Bryan. Obv. Arms with supporters. Rev. Inscrip- 

tion. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 451 

303. Sixpence, 1811. Similar to No. 299. 

304. Sixpence, 1811. E. Trip and Co. Obv. Value within star. Rev. 

Equivalent values. 

305. Birmingliam. Shilling, 1811. Workhouse. Obv. View of the work- 

house. Rev. One Pound note for 20 tokens, at workhouse. 

306. Bilstone. Shilling, 1811. Eushbury and Woolley. 06r. Arms. Rev. 

Equivalent value. 

307. Bridlington. Twelvepence, 1812. Cook and Harwood. 06i;. Shield. 

Rev. Value. 

308. Duncaster. Shilling, 1812. Obv. Justice with scales. Rev. Birkin- 

shaw; a shaft. 

309. Derby. Shilling. Obv. Shield. Rev. Derby-Leicester shilling. 

310. Devon. ShiUing. Obv. Lighthouse and ships. Rev. Devon token. 

311. Epworth Isle. Sliilling, 1812. T. & W. Eead. Obv. Buildmg. Rev. 

Inscription. 

312. Fazeley. Sixpence, 1811. Obv. Wreath. Rev. Inscription. 
313-314. Flintshire. Shilling, 1811. Obv. Shield-keys, lily. Rev. Value. 
316. Gainsbro. ShilUng, 1811. 06v. GAINSBRO TOKEN. Ship. Rev. 

Bridge. 

316. Twelvepence, 1811. Obv. Ship under sail. Rev. Windmill. 

317. Gloucester. Shilling. Obv. Shield and wreath. Rev. PAYABLE 

AT JAS. WHALLEY'S, etc. 

318. Twelvepence, 1811. Obv. City building. Rev. Crowned shield, 

wreath. 

319. Hampshire. Shilling, 1811. 06t;. HAMPSHIRE SILVER TOKEN. 

Shield. Rev. Ship. 
820. Hull. Sixpence, 1811. Obv. HULL. 1811. Shield and wreath. 
Rev. Value. 

321. Isle of Wight. Shilling, 1811. Obv. Ship under sail. Rev. Inscrip- . 

tion. 

322. Jersey, States of. Eighteenpence, 1813. 06t). Shield. iJeu. EIGHT- 

EEN PENCE TOKEN. Wreath. 

323. Launceston. Shilling, 1811. Obv. Castle. Rev. ISSUED TO FA- 

CILITATE TRADE - W. & G. PEARSE. 

324. Leeds. Shilling, 1811. Obv. Justice seated. Rev. Shield of arms. 

325. Shilling, 1812. Obv. Shield supported by owls. Rev. Inscription. 

326. Lincoln. Shilling, 1812. 06t;. Shield and wreath. Rev. MILSON 

AND PRESTON, etc. 

327. London. Shilling, 1811. Obv. Britannia seated. Rev. LONDON 

TOKEN PAYABLE AT LLOYDS. 

328. Dollar. Obv. Arms. Rev. Inscription. 

329. Shilling. Obv. ONE SHILLING TOKEN, ISSUED BY ROBERT 

WARREN, LONDON. Rev. PAYABLE AT etc. Bottle. 

330. Charing Cross, London. Shilling. Obv. Equestrian statue. Rev. 

One Shilling Value, within wreath. 
331-332. Shilling. Obv. Similar to No. 330. Rev. Shield of arms. 

333. Shilling. Wm. Jones. Obv. Similar to No. 3.30. Rev. Equivalent 

value. 

334. Shilling. Morgan Eathbone. Similar to No. 333. 

335. Marlborough, Sixpence, 1811. Obv. SIXPENCE TOKEN, MARL- 

BOROUGH OLD BANK. Rev. Four hands clasped. 

336. Nantwick. Shilling, 1811. 06v. Shield. Rev. POUND NOTE FOR 

20 TOKENS ATTHE OLD BANK. 



452 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

837. Newark. SMUing, 1811. Obv. Town hall. Rev. T.STANSALL. 
CHAMOORetal. 

338. Newcastie. Thirtypence, 1811. Obv. Britannia seated. Rev. PAY- 

ABLE BY JOHN ROBERTSON, NEWCASTLE ON TYNE. Arms. 
338a. Twelvepence, 1811. As No. 338. 

339. Norfolk. Twelvepence, 1811. Obv. Building, Rev. Arms. 

340. Peterborough. Eighteenpence, 1811. Obv. Cathedral. Rev. PE- 

TERBOROUGH BANK TOKEN, FOR 18 PENCE. COLE & Co. 

341. Twelvepence, 1811. Similar to No. 340. 

342. Poole. Shilling, 1811. Obv. Arms and wreath. Rev. VALUE, 

SHILLING. JAMES FERRIS, &c. 

343. Beading. Eighteenpence, 1811. O&v. Arms. Rev. 18 PENCE TO- 

KEN, SPAN. DOLL. 4dwts. 

344. Selwood. Twelvepence, 1811. Obv. Bust crowned. Rev. ONE 

POUND NOTE GIVEN FOR 20, BY MESSRS. SPARKS, GUART 
et al. 
346. Shaftesbury. Shilling, 1811. Obv. Shield and wreath. Rev. DOR- 
SETSHIRE, SHAFTESBURY &c. TOKEN. 

346. Sheffield. Shilling, 1811. 06i;. Eight arrows crossed. 2?ei;. OVER- 

SEERS OF THE POOR, ONE SHILLING TOKEN. • 

347. Shilling, 1811. Obv. Justice seated. Rev. Eight arrows, crossed. 

348. Stamford. 1 Shilling and 6 pence, 1811. Obv. Lion, flag, crown 

above. Rev. PAYABLE IN CASH NOTES - BY EWD. L FRA. 
BUTT. 

349. Stockport. Shilling, 1812. Obv. Justice seated. Rev. Beehive. 

360. Swansea and London. Shilling. Obv. Four hands clasped. Rev. 

TO FACILITATE TRADE. 

361. York. Shilling, 1811. 67;. Shield and wreath. Rev. OHE SHIL- 

LING, CATTLE & BARBER. 
352-363. Sixpence, 1811. Similar to No. 351. 



364. Anglesey. Penny, 1788. Obv. Bust of Druid within wreath. Rev. 

R. M. CO. in monogram. 
366. Bath. 1794. Obv. REMEMBER THE DEBTORS etc. Female 

seated. Rev. W. GYE, etc. Arms of Bath. 

366. Obv. Arms, with supporters. Rev. Bathhouse. 

367. Birmingham. Halfpenny, 1792. 06z). GENERAL ELLIOTT. Bust 1. 

Rev. Lilies. 

368. Halfpenny, 1792. Obv. JOHN HOV\/ARD, F. R. S. Bust 1. Rev. 

BIRMINGHAM PROMISSORY HALFPENNY: in field T. T. C. C. 

369. Halfpenny, 1794. Obv. Bust of IVIars. Rev. PRO BONO PVB- 

LICO. Ship. 

360. Coventry. Halfpenny, 1793. 06r. Man and charger. iJet. COVEN- 
TRY HALFPENNY. Elephant. 

361-362. Cronebane. Halfpenny. Obv. Bust r. Rev. IRISH MINERS, 
etc. Shield of arms. 

363-364. Crooms, W. Obv. Arms. Rev. SELLS V\^HOLESALE. etc. 

366. Dublin. Halfpenny. 06?;. Three castles— wreath. i?ei;. GOD GRANT 
PEACE. Harp, ship. 

866-367. Edenburg. Halfpenny, 1790. Obv. Shield of arms Rev. St. 
Andrew. 

868. Glassgow. Penny, 1791. Obv. Aquarius. Rev. Arms. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 453 

369. Ireland. Halfpenny, 1760. Obv. Hibemia and harp. Rev. VOCE 

POPULI. Bustr. 

370. Halfpenny, 1792. Obv. Hibemia seated, with harp. Rev. CAM AC, 

RYAN, etc. 
871. Hull. Halfpenny, 1791. Obv. Equestrian figure. Rev. Arms of 

Hull. 
372. Jersey, States of, 1861. 06v. VICTORIA D. G. etc. Bust 1. Rev. 

STATES OF JERSEY 1/26 of shilling; shield of arms. 
873-374. Lancaster. Penny. 06t;. JOHN OF GAUNT, etc. Bust 1. Rev. 

SUCCESS TO NAVIGATION. Shield of arms. 
376-376. Liverpool. Halfpenny, 1791. Obv. Arms of Liverpool. Rev.' 

A ship. 

377. London. Halfpenny. 06v. GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES. Bustr. 

Rev. Crest. 

378. Macclesfield. Halfpenny, 1791. Obv. Bust of Charles Roe. Rev. 

Female, seated. 

379. Cheshire Halfpenny, 1789. Obv. Female, seated. Rev. Beehive. 

380. Promissory Halfpenny, 1793. Obv. Arms of Manchester. Rev. Heart; 

above, 4. 

381. Warwickshire. Halfpenny, 1791. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Seated figure. 

382. Waterloo Halfpenny, 1816. Obv. Bust in uniform. Rev. V/ATER- 

LOO HALFPENNY. Harp and crown. 

383. Wellington. Penny, 1869. Obv. Justice, seated. Rev. JAMES 

WALLACE, etc. 
384-385. 06r. JOHN WILKINSON. IRON MASTER. 1790. Bust. Rev. 
Forging with trip hammer. 

386. Obv. Similar to No. 384. Rev. Man forging with hand hammer. 

387. York. Halfpenny, 1796. Obv. Bust of Duke of York r. Rev. THE 

WOODEN WALLS OF OLD ENGLAND. Ship. 

ISL.E OF MAN. 

388. Penny, 1733. Obv. SANS CHANGER. 1773. Eagle devouring 

prey. Rev. STABIT QUOCUNQUE lECERIS. Triskelis. 

389. Halfpenny, 1831. Obv. Similar to No. 388. Rev. PRO BONO 

PUBLICO. HALFPENNY TOKEN. 

GIBRALTAR. 

390. Qnarto, 1810. Obv. VALUE OME QUARTO. Three pillars. Rev. 

PAYABLE AT ROBERT KEELING, etc. Lion holding key. 



THE CHANNEL ISLANDS. 

891. Guernsey. AE. 8 Doubles, 1834. Obv. Shield of arms; above, 
GUERNSEY. Rev. 8 ] DOUBLES | 1834 within wreath. Plain 
edge. 35 mm. 

392. AE. 8 Doubles, 1885. Legends and types similar to No. 391. 

393. AE. 4 Doubles, 1885. Similar to No. 391, except value. 

394. AE. 2 Doubles, 1885. Similar to No. 391, except value. 

395. AE. 1 Double, 1885. Similar to No. 391. 

396. AE. 8 Doubles, 1902. Similar to No. 391. 

397. AE. 4 Doubles, 1902. Similar to No. 393. 

398. AE. 2 Doubles, 1902. Similar to No. 394. 

399. AE. 1 Double, 1902. Similar to No. 395. 

400. Jersey. AE. One-thirteenth shilling, 1870. O67;. VICTORIA D:G: 

BRITANNIAR:REGINA F.D. Coroneted bust 1. Rev. Shield of 
arms. 

401. AE. One-twenty-sixth shilling, 1870. Similar to No. 400. 

402. AE. One-twenty-fourth shilling, 1877. Obv. Similar to No. 400. Rev. 

Spade-shaped shield of arms. 

403. AE. One-forty-eighth shilUng, 1877. Similar to No. 402. 

454 



SCOTLAND. 

404. William the Lion, A. D. 1166-1214. AR. Penny, second coinage. 

Obv. LE.WILA.RX. Crowned head 1. Rev. HVE. WALTER. 
Cross. 

405. AE. Penny. Variety of No. 404. 

406-407. Alexander in, A. D. 1229-1285. AR. Penny, sterling. Obv. 
ALEXANDER. DEI. GRA. Crowned head L iJei;. REX SCOTO- 
RVM. Long cross. 

408. John BaUol, A. D. 1292-1306. AR. Penny. Obv. lOANNES DEI 

GRA. Crowned head 1. Rev. Similar to No. 432. 

409. David U, A. D. 1329-1371. AR. Groat. Obv. DAVID DEI. GRA. 

SCOTORVM. Crownedbustl. i?ei;. DNS.P-TECTOR. MS.LIBA- 
TOR MS in outer circle, and in inner circle VILLA DE PERTH. 
Long cross. 

410. AR. Half-groat. Similax to No. 409. 

411. Robert H, A. D. 1371-1390. AR. Groat of Perth. Obv. ROBERTVS, 

etc. Crowned bust 1. Rev. DNS . P T ECTOR MS LI BATOR. 
VILLA DE PERTH. Long cross. 

412. Robert HI, A. D. 1390-1406. AR. Groat. Obv. ROBERTVS DE4 

GRA. REX SCOTORVM. Crowned bust facing. Rev. Similar to 
No. 437, but with VILLA EDINBURGH. 

413. James I, A. D. 1406-1437. AR. Groat. Obv. lACOBVS DEI, etc. 

Facing bust. Rev. Similar to No. 412. 

414. James IV, A. D. 1488-1514. AR. Groat, second coinage. Obv. 

lACOBVS DEI GRACIA REX COTTO. Crowned bust facing. 
Rev. DNS. PROTEOR M. ET ERATO. Longcross. 
416. James V, A. D. 1514-1542. AR. Groat. Obv. lACOBVS 5 DEI GRA. 
REX SCOTOR., etc. Bust r.; arched crown. Rev. OPPODV 
E-DINB-VRGI. Arms of Scotland. 

416. One-third groat. Similar to No. 415. 

417. Mary I, A. D. 1542-1567. AR. Testoon, 1565. Obv. MARIA DEI 

GRA SCOTORVM REGINA. Crowned head r. Rev. DELICIE. 
DNI.COR.HVMILE. Shield of arms. 

418. AR. Ryal, 1566. Obv. MARIA .&. HENRIC . DEI . GRA . R .&.. R. 

SCOTORV. Crowned arms of Scotland. iJev. EXVRGAT.DEVS. 
&.DISSIPENTR.INIMICI.EI'. Crowned yew tree; scroll inscribed 
DAT GLORIA VIRES. 

419. James VI, A. D. 1567-1625. AR. Thirty shillings, 1570. Obv. lACO- 

BVS.6.DEI.GRATIA.REX SCOTORVM. Crowned arms of Scot- 
land. Rev. PRO.ME.SI. MEREOR. IN ME. Crowned sword 
erect. "Sword Dollar." 

420. AR. Quarter-merk. The 8th coinage. Obv. Similar to No. 419. Rev. 

REGEM.IOVA.PROTEGIT. Thistle head crowned. 

421. Charles I, A. D. 1625-1649. AE. Turner. Obv. CAR. D.G.SCOT. 

ANG.FRA.ET.HIB. R. Monogram, C.R., crowned. i?ei;. NEMO 
M E I M PV N E LACESS ET. Thistle with two leaves. 

455 



IBEIAND. 

422. Elizabeth, A. D. 1668-1603. AB. SMlling, 1661. Obv. ELIZABETH : 

D:G: A: F: ET H IBERNIE: REG: Crowned bust 1. i?«;. POSVI: 
DEVM:ADIVTOREM:MEVM: Three harps crowned. 

423. Charles I, A. D. 1626-1649. AE. Farthing. Obv. CARO: D.G.MAG: 

BRI. Crown over scepters. Rev. FRA:ET HIS: REX. Harp 
crowned. 

424. Charles H, A. D. 1660-1686. Halfpenny, 1683. Obv. CAROLVS II 

DEI GRATIA. Bust r. i?et). MAG.BR.FRA.ET HIB.REX. Harp 
crowned. 
426. James H, A. D. 1686-1689. Halfpenny, 1686. Obv. lACOBVS II - 
DEI GRATIA. Bust 1. Rev. Similar to No. 424. 

426. Farthing, 1693. Obv. Similar to No. 425. Rev. HI BERN I A. Hi- 

bemia seated 1. 

427. William and Mary, A. D. 1689-1694. Farthing, 1694. Obv. GVLIEL- 

MVS.ET. MARIA. DEI. GRATIA. Busts, jugate, r. Rev. Crowned 
harp. 

428. George I, A. D. 1714-1727. Halfpenny, 1723. Obv. GEORGIUS. 

DEI. GRATIA. REX. Bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 428. 

429. George H, A. D. 1727-1760. Halfpenny, 1742. Obv. GEORGIVS II 

REX. Head 1. iJev. Harp crowned. 
430-431. Farthings, 1760. Legends and types similar to No. 429. 

432. George m, A. D. 1760-1820. Penny, 1805. Obv. GEORGIVS III. 

D.G. REX. Bust r. i?ei'. Crowned harp. 

433. Farthing, 1806. Similar to No. 432. 

434. George IV, A. D. 1820-1830. Penny, 1822. Obv. GEORGIUS IV 

D.G. REX. Bust 1. Rev. Similar to No. 432. 
436. Halfpenny, 1822. L^ends and types similar to No. 434. 
456 



THE NETHERLANDS. 

BRABAKT. 

1. PhiUp n, 1565-1676. AR. PhiUppus Daalder, 1667. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 

Crowned shield of arms, over cross. 

2. Albert and Isabella, 1598-1621. AR. Double Ducaton, 1619. Obv. AL- 

BERTUS ET ELISABET. DEI GRATIA. Busts r. Rev. Arms 
supported by lions. 

3. AB. Ducaton, 1619. Types similar to No. 2. 

3a. AR. Half-patagon, 1616. Obv. As No. 2. Rev. Cross and monograms, 

crowned. 
6. Philip IV, 1621-1666. Quadruple Daalder, 1626. Obv. Cross, crown 

above, and date. Rev. Crowned arms. 

6. AR. Patagon, 1631. 06^;. Cross, crown, and date. Rev. Crowned arms. 

7. AR. Ducaton, 1636. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

8. Charles n, 1665-1700. AR. Daalder, 1672. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned 

arms. 

9. Philip V, 1700-1711. Obv. Cross and crown; in field, to 1. and r., P-V 

crowned. Rev. Crowned arms. 

10. Maria Theresia, 1740-1780. AR. Ducaton, 1750. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 

Shield of arms, crowned. 

11. AR. Crown, 1764. Obv. Cross with crowns in angles. Rev. Double 

eagle. 
11a. AR. Half-crown, 1752. Types similar to No. 11. 

12. Joseph n, A. D. 1780-1790. AR. Half-crown, 1789. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 

Crowned cross. 

13. AR. Quarter-crown, 1788. Same as No. 12. 

UNITED BELGIAN STATES, 1789-1790. 

14. AR. Lion d' argent, 1790. Obv. Lion. Rev. Shield of arms of 11 provinces. 

15. AR. Florin, 1790. Obv. Lion rampant r. Rev. Two hands clasping 

11 arrows. 



16. Austria Restored— Leopold H, 1790-1792. AR. Crown, 1790. Obv. 

Laureated bust r. Rev. Cross with three crowns. 

17. Francis H, A. D. 1792-1797. AV. Double sovereign d'Or, 1793. Obv. 

Laureated bust r. Rev. Oval shield of arms, crowned. 

18. AR. Crown, 1793. Obv. Same as No. 17. Rev. Same as No. 16. 

19. AR. Quarter-crown, 1795. Same as No. 18. 



OBSIDIONAIj coins of AMSTERDAM, 1678. 

20. AR. 40 Stuiver, 1578. Square. Obv. Crowned arms of the city; below, 

1578 I XL. i?ei;. Plain. 

21. AR. 5 Stuiver, 1578. Square. Obv. Crowned arms dividing V - S j 15- 

78. Rev. Plain. 

457 



468 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

UNITED PROVINCES. 

22. Holland. AE. leeuwandaalder, 1685. Obv. MO. NO. ARG. ORDIN. 

HOL. Helmeted warrior. Rev. Lion rampant, 

23. AV. Double Ducat, 1666. Obv. CONCORDIA RES PARVAE CRES. 

HOL. Warrior standing r., holding sword and arrows. Obv. 
MON. AVR. PROVIN. etc., on tablet. 
23a. AV. Ducat, 1763. Types similar to No. 22. 

24. AE. Gulden, 1794. Obv. HANC TVEMUR HAC NITIMVR. Liberty 

standing. Rev. Crowned arms. 
26. AE. Half-gulden, 1748. Types as No. 24. 

26. AE. 2 Stuiver, 1769. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. HOLLANDIA 1791. 

27. AE. Ditto, 1791. 

28. AE. Stuiver, 1738. Obv. Bundle of arrows. Rev. date. 

29. Zeeland. AE. 10 Escalins, 1687. Obv. Warrior standing 1. by a 

crowned shield. Rev. Seven escutcheons. 

30. Ditto, 1689. 

31. AE. Eiksdaalder, 1696. Obv. Warrior standing r. by crowned shield. 

Rev. CONCORDIA RES PARVAE CRESCUNT. Crowned shield 
of arms, three rosettes above. 

82. AE. Eiksdaalder, 1762. Variety of No. 31, reading MON. NO. etc., 

on reverse, and no rosettes. 

83. AE. Eiksdaalder, 1768. As No. 32, but reading MON. NOV. etc., on 

reverse. 
34. AE. Half-daalder, 1761. Types similar to No. 32. 
38. AE. Quarter-daalder, 1776. Obv. Warrior standing r. Rev. Crowned 

shield of arms. 

36. AE. Gulden, 1763. Types as No. 24. 

37. AE. 3 Gulden, 1764. Similar to No. 24. 

38. AE. Schelling, 1780. Obv. Ship under sail. Rev. Lion. 
89. AE. Quarter-snaplian, 1786. Types similar to No. 32. 

40. Gelders. AV. Half-rijder, 1760. Obv. Horseman r. Rev. Crowned 

shield of arms. 

41. AE. Stuiver, 1785. Obv. GEL | RIA | 1785. Rev. Arrows. 

42. AE. Duit, 1793. Obv. D | GEL | RIA | 1793. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms. 

43. "Utrecht. AV. Ducat, 1761. Oftv. Helmeted warrior. i?ei;. MO. OR D. | 

PROVIN I etc., on a square tablet. 

44. AV. Eijder, 1763. Obv. Horseman. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 
46. AE. Leeuwandaalder, 1643. Obv. Helmeted warrior standing. Rev. 

Lion rampant. 

46. AE. 3 Gulden, 1682. Obv. Liberty standing facing. Rev. Crowned 

arms. 

47. AE. Quarter-gulden. Similar to last. 

48. AE. Half-ducaton, 1785. Obv. Horseman galloping r. Rev. Shield of 

arms with supporters. 

49. AE. Eijksdaalder, 1802. Obv. Warrior standing r. with sword over left 

shoulder. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 
60. AE. Ditto, 1804. 
51. West Frlesland. AE. Eiksdaalder, 1625. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned 

shield of arms, dividing date, 16 - 25. 
62. AE. Daalder, 1686. Obv. Warrior with sword; shield of arms. Rev. 

Three shields of arms. Verkade 362. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 459 

63. AR. Ducaton, 1774. Types similar to No. 48. 

64. AR. Gulden, 1703. Obv. Liberty standing facing. Rev. Crowned 

shield of arms. 
66. AR. Half-gulden, 1787. Types similar to No. 54. 

66. Friesland. AR. 28 Staiver, 1690. Obv. Bust r., with sword; counter- 

marked HOL. Rev. Crowned arms. 

67. Ditto, 1691. Similar to No. 56. HOL. on reverse. 

68-89. Overyssel. 3 Daalder, undated. Obv. ORDINVM. TRANS IS- 
SVLAN I AE. INSIGNIA. Four shields of arms. iJet). Horseman in 
armor r. 57 mm. 

60. Gronigen. AR. 12-1/2 Stuiver, 1672, Square. Obsidional. Obv. 

IVREET TEMPORE. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Plain. 

61. AR. 6 1/4 Stuiver, 1672. Similar to No. 60. 

62. AR. Daalder, 1672. Broad commemorative piece, relating to siege of 

Gronigen. Obv. SIT SVMMA GLORIA etc., and inscription in 
field. Rev. View of beleagured city. 57 mm. 

63. AR. Daalder, 1672. Similar. Obv. View of beleagured city. Rev. The 

storming of Coeverden. 52 mm. 



64. Kingdom of Holland. Louis Napoleon. AV. Ducat, 1809. Obv. LO- 
DEW. NAP. KON. VAN. HOLL. Bust 1. Rev. Crowned shield of 
arms. 

65-66. AR. Crown, 50 Stuivers, 1808. Obv. NAP. LODEW. I. KON. VAN 
HOLL. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 



KINGDOM OF THE NETHERtrANDS. 

67. William 1, 1814-1840. AV. 10 Gulden, 1837. 06i;. WILLEM KONING 

DERNED. G. H.V. L. Bust L iJev. MUNT VAN HET KONING- 
RYK DER NEDERLANDEN. Crowned arms. 

68. AV. 5 Gulden, 1827. Similar to No. 67. 

69. Ducat, 1829. 06?;. Hollander standing r. Rev. MO. AUR. REG., etc., 

on square tablet. 

70. Ditto. 1839. 
71-72. Ditto. 1849. 

73. AR. 3 Gulden, 1824. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned arms. 

74. Ditto. 1832. 

75. AR. Gulden, 1832. Types similar to No. 73. 

76. AR. Half-gulden, 1832. Ditto. 

77. AR. 25 Cents, 1825. Obv. Initial W, crowned; date. Rev. Crowned 

arm.s. 

78. AR. 10 Cents, 1827. Similar to No. 77. 

79. AR. 5 Cents, 1827. Similar to No. 77. 

80. William U, 1840-1849. AR. Gulden, 1846. Obv. V/ILLEM II KO- 

NING DER NED. G. H. V. L. Bust L iJev. As No. 67. 
81-82. William m, 1849-1889. AV. 10 Gulden, 1851. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. 

Shield of arms. 
83-84. AV. 6 Gulden, 1851. Types similar to No. 81. 
85-86. AV. Double ducats, 1851. 06i;. Hollander standing r. Rev. MO. 

AUR. REG. etc., on square tablet. 



460 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

87-88. AV. 20 Gulden, 1863. Similar to No. 81. 

89. AV. 10 Gulden, 1876. Obv. Bust r.; above, GOD ZIJ MET ONS; 

below, KONING WILLEM DE DERDE. Rev. Crowned arms. 

90. AR. 2 1/2 Gulden, 1862. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 
91-92. Ditto. 1863. 

93. Ditto. 1863. 

94. Ditto. 1872. 

96. AB. Gulden, 1863. Similar to No. 90. 
96-97. Ditto. 1866. 

98. Ditto. 1867. 

99. AS. Half-gulden, 1862. Types similar to No. 90. 

100. Ditto. 1863. 

101. Ditto. 1866. 

102-103. AB. 26 Cents, 1863. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Value in wreath. 
104. AB. 10 Cents, 1866. Tjrpes similar to No. 102. 
106-106. Ditto. 1863. 

107. AB. 6 Cents, 1863. Types similar to No. 102. 

108. Ditto. 1869. 

109-110. AE. Cent, 1863. Obv. Initial letter W, crowned. Rev. Arms 

and value. 
111-112. AE. Half-cent, 1863. Types similar to No. 109. 

113. AE. 2 1/2 Cent, 1880. Obv. Shield of arms within beaded circle. Rev. 

Value in wreath. 

114. AE, Cent, 1881. Similar to No. 113. 
116. Ditto. 1884. 

116. AE. Half-cent, 1886. Types similar to No. 113. 

117. Wilhelmina, 1889-. AB. Gulden, 1892. Obv. WILHELMINA KO- 

NINGIN DER NEDERLANDEN. Bust of queen as child 1. Rev. 
Shield of arms. 

118. AB. 25 Gents, 1892. Obv. As No. 117. Rev. Value and date in oak 

wreath. 

119. AB. 10 Cents, 1892. Similar to No. 118. 



120. AV. 10 Gulden, 1898. Obv. KONINGIN WILHELMINA. GOD 

ZIJ MET ONS. Head r. i?ei). Crowned shield of arms. 

121. AB. 2 1/2 Gulden, 1898. Oftv. WILHELMINA KONINGIN DER NE- 

DERLANDEN. Head 1. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

122. AB. Gulden, 1908. Types similar to No. 121. 

123. AB. Half-gulden, 1904. Ditto. 

124. AB.26 Cents, 1904. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Value and date in wreath. 
126. AB. 10 Cents, 1906. Similar to No. 124. 

126. N. 6 Cents, 1907. Obv. Royal crest. Rev. Value within wreath. 

127. AE. 2 1/2 Cent, 1906. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Value in wreath. 

128. AE. Cent, 1905. Types similar to No. 127. 

129. AE. Half-cent, 1906. Ditto. 



CATALOGUE OF COIN'S, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 461 
KINGDOM OF BELGIUM. 

1. Leopold I, 1831-1866. AV. 40 Francs, 1835. Obv. LEOPOLD PRE- 

MIER ROI DES BELGES. Bust with oak wreath r. Rev. 40 | 
FRANCS I 1835 | within wreath. 

2. AV. 20 Francs, 1836. Tyi)ea similar to No. 1. 

3. AB. 5 Francs, 1836. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. 5 | FRANCS | 1835 in wreath. 

4. AR. 2 Francs, 1836. Types similar to No. 3. 
6. AE. Franc, 1838. Ditto. 

6. AB. Half-franc, 1836. Ditto. 

7. AB. Quarter-franc, 1835. Ditto. 

8. AB. 20 Centimes, 1863. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

9. N. 20 Centimes, 1861. Obv. Head r. Rev. Lion. 

10. N. 10 Centimes, 1861. Ditto. 

11. Ditto, 1863. 

12. AE. 10 Centimes, 1836. 06?;. Initial L, crowned. Rev. Lion. 37 mm. 

13. AE. 6 Centimes, 1836. Ditto. 28 mm. 

14. AE. 2 Centimes, 1836. Ditto. 22 mm. 

16. Leopold n, 1866-1909. AV. 20 Francs, 1870. Obv. LEOPOLD II - 

ROI DES BELGES. Head r. iJev. Arms within ermine mantle, 
crowned. 

17. Ditto, 1871. 

18. AB. 5 Francs, 1878. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Crowned arms in wreath. 

19. Ditto, 1875. 

20. AB. 2 Francs, 1868. Obv. Headl. i?c^. Two^epters in saltire; crown 

above. 

21. AB. Franc, 1869, Types as No. 20. 

22. AE. Franc, 1880. Obv. Busts of Leopold I and Leopold II r. Rev. 

Crowned shield of arms in laurel wreath. 

23. AB. 60 Centimes, 1880. Types as No. 20. 

24. Second coinage. AB. 2 Francs, 1904. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Value and 

date within oak wreath. 

25. AB. Franc, 1904. Types as last. 

26. AB. 60 Centimes, 1901. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Lion regardant. 

27. N. 10 Centimes, 1902. Obv. Monogram, crowned. Rev. Value and 

olive branch. Central hole. 

28. Ditto, 1904. 

29. N. 6 Centimes, 1902. Similar to No. 27. 

30. Ditto, 1904. 

31. AE. 2 Centimes, 1902. Obv. Initial L (script), crowned. Rev. Lion. 
82. AE. 1 Centime, 1902. As No. 31. 



THE SCAironrAVIAN COTJirrEIES. 

SWEDEN". 

1. Gustavus I, A. D. 1623-1860. AB. Thaler, 1545. Obv. GOSTAVS D. 

G.SVE.GOT:WAN:REX. Crowned bust r. Rev. SALVATOR: 
MVNDI:ADIVVA:NOS. Christ standing facing. 

2. Cliarles IX, A. D. 1604-1611. AB. Thaler, 1610. Obv. CAROLVS.IX. 

D.G.SVEGOR.GOTHOR.VANDALOR. REX. The king standing 
1. 22er.IEHOVAHSOLATIVM.MEVM. As No. 1. 

3. Gustavus Adolphus n, Great, 1611-1632. AY. Ducat, 1623. Obv. GUS- 

TAV. ADOLPH.D.G.SVECO GOTHOR. VANDALOR.REX. Bust 
r. Rev. Arms, crowned. 

4. AS. Thaler, 1617. Obv. Half-length figure 1. Rev. As No. 2. 

6. AE. 4 Karks. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Square shield of arms, crowned. 

6. AB. 4 Harks, 1617. Oftv.Laureatedbustl. iJeu. Three shields, crowned. 

7. Christina, A. D. 1632-1654. AB. Thaler, 1642. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. As 

No. 1. 

8. AB. 4 Marks, 1644. Tjrpes similar to No. 7. 

9. AE. 1 Or, 1651. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Crossed arrows. 

10. AE. Quarter-or, 1637.- Obv. As last. Rev. C R S and three crowns. 

11. Charles XI, 1660-1697. AB. 8 Marks, 1695. Obv. CAROLVS.XI.D.G. 

REX.SVE. Draped bustr. iJew. DOMINVS. PROTECTOR. MEVS. 
Crowned arms. 

12. AB. 4 Marks, 1696. As No. 11. 

13. AB. Mark, 1688. Obv. As No. 11. Rev. Three crowns. 

14. AE. Or, 1683. 06 v. Shield of arms — ^lion ram pant — crowned. i?er. Ar- 

rows. 
16. Charles Xn, A. D. 1697-1720. AV. Ducat, 1714. Obv. CAR0L9.XII 
D.G. REX.SVE. Bust r. Rev. FACT9 EST.D0MIN9 PROTEC- 
TOR. M E9. Royal monogram, crowned. 

16. AB. 4 Caroliner, 1718. Obv. Royal monogram, crowned. Rev. Four 

crowned shields of arms. 

17. AB, Mark, 1701. Same types as No. 15. 

NBCESaiTY PIECES. 

18. AE. Daler, 1716. Obv. Crown and date. Rev. 1 DALER S.M. 

19. AE, Daler, 1716. 06j;. PVBLICA.FIDE. Female figure seated 1. Rev. 

Mark of value. 

20. AE. Daler, 1717. Obv. WELT OCH WAPEN. Soldier standing 1. 

Rev. Value. 

21. AE. Daler, 1718. Obv. Mercury. Rev. Value. 

22. AE. Daler, 1718. Obv. Jupiter standing facing. Rev. Value. 

23. AE. Daler, 1718. Obv. Mars full armed, standing facing. Rev. Value. 

24. AE. Daler, 1718. Obv. Saturn walking. Rev. Value. 

462 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 463 

25. AE. Daler, 1718. Obv. Phoebus standing in the sun. Rev. Value. 

26. AE. Daler, 1718. 06^;. FLINK OCH FARDIG. Armed warrior stand- 

ing. Rev. Value. 

27. AE. Daler, 1719. Obv. HOPPEL. Female in attitude of supplication. 

Rev. Value. 



28. Frederick I, A. D. 1720-1751. AE. Riksdaler, 1731. Obv. FRIDERI- 
CVS.ET.VLR.ELEON.D.G.REX.ET.REG SVECIAE. Busts of 
Frederick and Ulrica r. Rev. Royal arms, crowned. 

29-32. AR. Biksdalers, 1724, 1736, 1740, 1751. Obv. Bust of king. Rev. 
Same as No. 28. 

The following necessity pieces are square, and often styled "Plate 
Money": 

33. AE. 4 Daler, 1735. Obv. F. R. S. crowned in center and at corners. 

Rev. Plain. Weight, 93.83 ounces. Size, 220 by 245 mm. 

34. AE. 2 Daler, 1725. Same as No. 33. Weight, 49.73 ounces. Size, 176 

by 207 mm. 

35. AE. Daler, 1741. Same as No. 33. Weight, 24.84 ounces. Size, 110 

by 140 mm. 

36. AE. Half-daler, 1733. Same as No. 33. Weight, 12.29 ounces. Size, 

90 by 120 mm. 

37. Adolph Frederick, A. D. 1751-1771. AE. Or, 1758. Obv. Initials A.F. 

in monogram, crowned. Rev. Two arrows, crossed. 
38-39. Gustavus m, A. D. 1771-1792. AR. Riksdaler, Species, 1781-1782. 
Obv. GUSTAVUS 111. D.G. REX. SVECIAE. Bust r. Rev. Round 
shield of arms crowned. 

40. AR. 16 0re, 1776. Types as No. 38. 

41. Gustavus IV, A. D. 1792-1809. AR. Riksdaler, Species, 1797. Obv. 

GUSTAF IV ADOLPH SV.G.OCH W.KONUNG. Bustr. Rev.Aa 
No. 38. 

42. Charles XIV, A. D. 1818-1844. AV. 4 Ducats, 1848. Obv. CARL.XIV. 

SVERIGES NORR.G.OCH V.KONUNG. Bust r. Rev. Oval 
• shield of arms within collar of the Seraphim; the whole within an 
ermine mantle. 

43. AV. Ducat, 1838. As No. 42. 

44. AR. Riksdaler, Species, 1838. Obv. Same as No. 42. Rev. Shield of 

• royal arms. 

45. AR. Half-riksdaler, Species, 1832. Same types as No. 44. 

46. AR. Quarter-daler, 1832. As No. 44, but arms of Norway only on 

reverse. 

47. AR. Eighth-daler, 1832. As No. 46. 

48. AE. 2 Skillings, 1837. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Two arrows in 

saltire. 

49. AE. Skilling, 1838. As No. 48. 

50-51. AE. Skilling, 1819-1821. Obv. Monogram, crowned. Rev. As 

No. 48. 
52. AE. Two-third SkilUng, 1859. As No. 48. 
63. AE. Half-skilling, 1819. Same types as No. 50. 

54. AE. Third-skilling, 1837. As No. 50. 

55. AE. Quarter-skilling, 1821. As No. 50. 
66. AE. Sixth-skilling, 1836. As No. 50. 

1666°— 12 30 



464 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

67-59. Oscar I, A. D. 1844-1869. AB. Biksdaler, Species, 1844, 1856, 1867. 

06i;. OSCAR SVERIGES NORR.GOTH. OCH VEND.KONUNG. 

Bust r. Rev. RATT OCH SAN NINO. Crowned shield of arms, 

with supporters. 
60. Charles XV, A. D. 1869-1872. AV. Ducat, 1868. Obv. CARL XV. 

SVERIGES NORR. GOTH. O. VEND. KONUNG. Bust r. 

Rev. Royal arms within mantle, surmounted with a crown. 
61-62. AV. Carolin, 1868. Obv. Same as No. 60. Rev. Round shield of 

Arms of Norway, crowned. 
68. AH. 4 Biksdaler, 1870. Obv. Head r. Rev. Crowned arms with sup- 
porters. 
64. AB. 2-Biksdalers, 1871. Same as No. 63. 
66. AB. Biksdaler, 1871. Same as No. 63. 

66. AB. 60 Pre, 1862. Obv. Same as No. 63. Rev. Crown and mark of 

value. 

67. AB. 26 pre, 1871. Same as No. 66. 

68. AB. 10 Pre, 1871. Same as No. 66. 

69 AE. 6 Pre, 1867. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Mark of value. 

70 AB. 2 pre, 1871. Same as No. 69. 

71. AE. pre, 1870. Same as No. 69. 

72. AE. Half-Pre, 1867. Same as No. 69. 

73-74. Oscar H, AD. 1872-73. AV. 20 Kroner, 1890. Obv. OSCAR II. 

SVERIGES O. NORGES KONUNG. Head r. Rev. Shield of 

arms within mantle, crowned. 
76. Ditto, 1890. 
76-78. AV. 10 Kroner, 1873, 1880 Same as No. 73. 

79. AV. 6 Kroner, 1886. Obv. Same as No. 73. Rev. Mark of value, 

within laurel wreath. 

80. AB. 2 Kroner, 1890. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Crowned shield of arms 

with supporters. 
81-83. AB. 2 Kroner, 1897. Commemorative piece. Obv. OSCAR. 11. 

SVERIGES. NORGES. G. O. V. KONUNG. Crowned bust 1. 

Rev. MINNE AF TJUGUFEMARIG REGERING. Crowned arms 

with supporters. 
84-86. AB. Kroner, 1876, 1884, 1890. Same as No. 80. 
87-88. AB. 60 Pre, 1881, 1886. Obv. Monogram, crowned. Rev. Mark of 

value. 
89-90. AB. 26 Pre, 1883, 1890. Same as No. 87. 
91-93. AB. 10 Pre, 1880, 1884, 1891. Same as No. 87. 
94-95. AE. 6 Pre, 1882, 1892. Same as No. 87. 
96-98. AE. 2 Ore, 1876, 1885, 1891. Same as No. 87. 
99. AE. Pre, 1878. Same as No. 87. 



NORWAY. 

100. Frederick m, A. D. 1648-1670. Species Daler, 1660. Obv. FRE- 

DERICVS III. D. G. DAN. NORVE. VAN. GOTT. REX. Bust r. 
Rev. DOMINVS PROVIDEBIT. Arms within laurel wreath. 

101. Christian V, A. D. 1670-1699. AB. 4 Marks, 1690. Obv. C 5, in 

monogram. Rev. Arms within laurel branches. 

102. AB. 4 Marks, 1696. Obv. PIETATE ET lUSTITIA. Royal mono- 

gram, crowned. Rev. As No. 101. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 465 

103. Christian VI, A, D. 1730-1746. AB. 24 Skillings, 1740. Obv. C 6 in 

monogram, crowned; around, NORV. VA GO. D. G. REX. Rev. 
Arms crowned. 

104. Frederick V, A. D. 1746-1766. AS.. 24 SkilUngs, 1760. Obv. F 4, 

crowned. Rev. Aa No. 103. 
106. Christian VH, A. D. 1766-1814. AE. Half-skilling, 1771. Obv. Mono- 
gram C 7, crowned. Rev. Value and date. 

106. Charles Xm, A. D. 1814-1814. AE. SMlling, 1816. Obv. Shield of 

arms, crowned. Rev. As No. 105. 

107. Charles XIV, John. A. D. 1818-1844. AR. Species Daler, 1831. Obv. 

CARL. XIV. lOHAN. NORGES SVER. G. OC. V KONGE. Bust 
draped r. Rev. Square shield of arms, crowned. 

108. AR. 24 Skillings, 1827. As No. 107. 

109. AB. 8 SkilUngs, 1826. As No. 107. 

110. AB. Species 4 SkilUngs, 1826. Obv. Square shield of arms, crowned. 

Rev. Value and date. 

111. AE. 2 SkiUings, 1833. As No. 110. 

112. Oscar I, A. D. 1844^1869. AB. Species Daler, 1860. Obv. OSCAR 

NORGES SVER. G. OC V. KONGE. Bust r. iiei;. Shield of arms 
within oak wreath, crowned. 

113. Oscar H, A. D. 1872-1906. AV. 20 Kroner, 1886. Obv. OSCAR II 

NORGES o. SVER. KONGE. Head r.; below, BRODERFOLK- 
ENES VEL. Rev. Shield of arms within oak wreath; value and 
date. 

114. AV. 10 Kroner, 1877. As No. 113. 

116. AB. 2 Kroner, 1892. Obv. Head 1. Rev. As No. 113. 

116. AB. Krone, 1893. As No. 115. 

117. AB. 60 Pre, 1893. Same types as No. 115. 

118. AB. 25 Pre, 1876. Obv. O II, in monogram, crowned. Rev. Shield of 

arms dividing date. 

119. AB. 10 Pre, 1874. Obv. Crowned shield of arms; in field, OSC. II. 

Rev. Value and date. 

120. AE. 10 pre, 1892. As No. 118. 

121-122. AE. 6 Pre, 1878. Obv. Shield of arms, crowned. Rev. Value 
within wreath. 

123. AE. 2 Pre, 1889. As No. 121. 

124. Hakon VH, A. D. 1906-. AB. 2 Kroner, 1906. Obv. Shield of arms 

within ermine mantle; above, value; below, date. Rev. NORGES I 
UAFHAENGIGHED | CJENNEMFORT | 1905. 
126. AE. 6 Pre, 1906. Obv. H 7 in monogram, croT\-ned; KONIGERIKO 
NORGEO. Rev. Value and date. 

126. AE. 6 Pre, 1907. Obv. Shield of arms, crowned; dividing H — VII. 

Rev. Value within oak wreath; below, date. 

127. AE. 2 0re, 1907. Aa No. 126. 

128. AE. 0re, 1906. As No. 126. 



DENMARK. 



129. Frederick n, 1569-1688. AB. 8 SkilUngs, 1583. Obv. FRIDERICUS 

2D. G. DANi. Crowned arms over cross. iJev. NORWEGIE SL. 
VO: GOTO: Q: REX. Value and date. 

130. Christian IV, 1688-1648. AV. Ducat, 1646. Obv. King, crowned, 

standing r. Rev. lUSTUS {Jehova in Hebrew) lUDEX; date. 



466 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

131. AB. Double thaler, 1627. 06i). REGNA FIRMAT PIETAS. Bust r. 

Rev. Arms of Denmark within circle of 14 escutcheons. 

132. AK. Crown, 1618. 06v. CHRISTIANVS llll. D. G. DANIAE. King 

standing r. iiev. Crown; below, CORONA. DANICA. 

133. AB. Half-crown, 1619. Similar to No. 132, but date above crown. 

134. AB. 8 SMllings, 1608. Obv. Half-length figure. Rev. Shield of arms. 

136. Frederick m, 1648-1670. AB. Half-crown, 1669. Obv. F 3, in mono- 
gram, crowned; around, DOMINVS PROVIDEBIT. Rev. Shield 
of arms. 

136. AB. 2 Marks, 1660. Obv. Monogram as No. 135; around, value. Rev. 

Arms over cross; around, DOMINVS PROVIDEBIT. 

137. Christian V, 1670-1699. AB. Mark, 1676. Obv. C 3, in monogram, 

crowned; around, PIETATE ET I U ST IT I A. iJev. Value and date. 

138. AB. Mark, 1696. Obv. CHRIST. V. DEI GRA. Bustr. iJev. Crown. 

139. Frederick IV, 1699-1730. AB. Half-crown, 1724. Obv. DOMINVS 

MIHIADIVTOR. Double monogram, crowned. i?et;. Crown. 

140. AB. 16 SMllings, 1715. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Value and date. 

141. Ditto, 1716. 

142. AB. 12 Skillings, 1711. Obv. F 4, in double monogram, crowned. 

Rev. Value— TOLF | SKILLING— and date. 

143. Ditto, 1724; but reading XII.'sKILLING, etc., on reverse. 

144. AB. 8 Skillings, 1703. Obv. FRID. IV. DEI. GRAT. Bust r. Rev. 

Crown, value and date. 
144a. Ditto, 1708. 
146. Ditto, 1712. 
145a. Ditto, 1729. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Value and date, 

146. Frederick V, 1746-1766. AV. Ducat, 1749. Obv. FRID. V. D. G. 

DAN. NOR. V, G. HEX. King mounted r. iJcr. Crowned shield 
of arms. 

147. AV. Ducat, 1757. Obv. Bust r., helmeted. Rev. As No. 146. 

148. AV. Ducat, 1761. 06?;. FREDERICVS. V. etc. Bare head r. Rev. 

Crown; beneath, value. 

149. AB. 24 Skillings Courant, 1762. Obv. F 5, in monogram; around, D. 

G. DAN. NOR. etc. Rev. Crowned arms. 

160. Christian VH, 1766-1808. AV. Pistole or Christian d'Or, 1773. Obv. 

CHRIST. Vil. D. G. REX. DAN. NORV. V. G. Bustr. Rev. 
GLORIA EX AMORE PATRIAE. Three royal monograms, 
crowned. 

161. AV. Species Ducat, 1802. Obv. Nude man supporting shield of arms. 

Rev. Three monograms, crowned. 

162. AB. Species Biksdaler, 1776. Obv. C 7, in monogram, crowned. Rev. 

Oval shield of arms. 

163. Ditto, 1777. 

164. AB. Species Third-riksdaler, 1798. Obv. Bare head r. Rev. Oval 

shield of arms. 
166. AB. Species Fifth-riksdaler, 1798. Obv. C R, in monogram, crowned. 
Rev. Value and date. 

156. Ditto, 1801. 

157. AB. 2 Skillings, 1800. Obv. Crowned monogram. Rev. Value and 

date. 
168. Frederick VI, 1808-1839. AV. 2 Friedrichs d'Or, 1827. Obv. FRE- 
DERICVS VI REX DANIAE. Head 1. Rev. Value and date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 467 

169, AV. 2 Friedrichs d'Or, 1831. Obv. As No. 158. Rev. Crowned arms. 

160. Ditto, 1836. As No. 158. 

161. Ditto, 1837. Obv. Head r. Rev. Shield of royal arms, crowned, 

within ermine mantle. 

162. Ditto, 1838. 

163. AR. Riksdaler, Species, 1820. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Shield of royal 

arms, crowned. 

164. Ditto, 1837. 

166. AR. Riksbankdaler, 1813. Obv. FRIDERICUS VI DEI GRATIA 

REX. Bust r. i?ev. Crowned arms. 
166-167. AR. Sixth-riksdaler, 1808. Obv. Eoyal monogram, crowned; 

around, value. Rev. FRIVILLIGT | OFFER | TIL | etc. within 

wreath. 

168. AR. 32 Riksbankskillings, 1820. Obv. F R in monogram, crowned. 

Rev. Value and date. 

169. AR. 16 Riksbankskillings, 1831. Types as No. 168. 

170. AR. 8 Riksbankskillings, 1819. Types similar to No. 168. 

171. AR. 4 SkilUngs, 1815. Types similar to No. 168. 

172. Ditto, 1836. 

173. AR. 3 Skillings, 1836. Types similar to No. 168. 

174. AR. 2 Skillings, 1810. Types similar to No. 168. 

175. Ditto, 1815. 

176. Ditto, 1836. 

177. AE. 2 Riksbankskillings, 1818. Oftt;. Shield of arms, crowned; above, 

1/48 RIGSBANKDALER. iJei;. 2 RIGSBANK SKILLING. 

178. AE. Skilling, 1818. Types as No. .177. 

179-180. Christian vm, 1839-1848. AR. Speciesthaler, 1840. 06v. CHRIS- 
TIANUS VIII. D.G.DANIAEV.G. REX. Bust r. i?CT. As No. 161. 

181. Frederick VH, 1848-1863. AR. Speciesthaler, 1848. Obv. FRE- 

DERIK VII KONGE AF DANMARK. Head r. i^e-y. CHRISTIAN 
VII etc.— DOD DEN 20JANUAR 1848. Head r. 

182. AR. 2 Riksdaler, 1854. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value within wreath. 

183. Ditto, 1855. 

184. AR. Riksdaler, 1854. Types similar to No. 182. 
185-186. Ditto, 1886. 

187. AR. Half-riksdaler, 1864. Types as No. 182. 

188-189. Ditto, 1855. 

190-191. AR. 16 SkilUngs, 1867. Types as No. 182. 

192-193. AR. 4 SkilUngs, 1856. Ditto. 

194-196. AE. SkilUng, 1856. Obv. Royal monogram, crowned, within 

wreath. Rev. 1— SKILLING RIGSMONT;the numeral 1 in field 

azure. 
197-198. AE. Half-skilUng, 1866. Types as No. 194. 

199. Christian IX, 1863-1906. AV. 20 Kroner, 1890. Obv. CHRISTIAN 

IX. KONGE AF DANMARK. Headr. i?^. Female figure seated 1. 
with scepter in r. hand. 

200. AV. 10 Kroner, 1890. Similar to No. 199. 

201. AR. 2 Riksdalers, 1863. Obv. CHRISTIAN IX. Head r. Rev. 

FREDERIK VII etc.— DOD DEN 15 NOVEMBER 1863. Laureated 
head r. 

202. AR. 2 Riksdaler, 1868. Obv. CHRISTIANVS IX— D: G:DANIAE V: 

REX. Bust r. i?CT. Value within wreath. 



468 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

203. AB. 2 Kroner, 1876. Obv. Head r. Rev. Crowned arms; wheat head 

and dolphin. 

204. AB. 2 Kroner, 1903. Fortieth anniversary of reign. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 

MED.GVD.FOR.AERE.OG.RET. Female figure seated 1. 
206. AB. Krone, 1892. Types similar to No. 203. 

206. AB. 25 0re, 1874. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value between dolphin and 

wheat head. 

207. Ditto, 1891. 

208-209. AB. 10 0re, 1874. Types aa No. 206. 

210-211. AE. Skillings, 1867. Obv. C IX, in monogram, crowned. Rev. 
Value. 

212, AE. Half-sMlling, 1868. Types similar to No. 210. 

213. AE. 6 0re, 1874. Obv. As No. 210. Rev. Value between dolphin 

and wheat head. 
213. Ditto, 1891. 
215. Ditto, 1891. 
216-217. AE. 0re, 1891. As No. 213. 

218. Frederick Vm, A. D. 1903. AB. 25 0re, 1907. Obv. Head 1. Rev. 

Value; wide border of lis and dart pattern. 

219. AE. 6. 0re, 1907. Obv. Royal monogram, crowned. Rev. KONGE- 

RIGET. DANMARK. Value within circle of dots. 

220. AE. 2 0re, 1907. As No. 219. 

221. AE. 0re, 1907. As No. 219. 



SCHIiESWIG-HOLiSTEIN. 



222. Christian Vn, A. D. 1766-1808. AB. Speciesdaler, 1788. Obv. 

CHRISTIANVS VII. D. G. DAN. NORV.V. G. REX. Bust r. Rev. 
60 SCHILLING SCHLESW.HOLST COURANT. Oval shield, 
crowned. 

223. Ditto, 1794. 

224. AB. 40 Schillings, 1727. Obv. Head r. Rev. Arms, crowned. 

225. AB. 20 Schillings, 1808. As No. 222. 

226. AB. 10 Schillings, 1787. As No. 224. 

227. Ditto, 1789. 

228. AB. 5 Schillings, 1797. As No. 224. 

229. AB. 2 1/2 Schillings, 1797. As No. 224. 



GERMANY. 

[Nos. 1-69 are " Bracteates."] 

1. Anhalt. The prince standing; sword — flag. 

2. The prince seated; cross and shield. 

3. Amstedt. Gate with two towers; above, an eagle. 

4. Augsburg. Bust with crook and staff surmounted by cross. 
6. Frederick n, 1212-1262. Bust with cross in each hand. 

6. Wolfard, 1288-1303. Head; crook and key at sides. 

7-8. Bust between two amulets. 

9-10. Brandenburg. Albrecht the Bear, 1134-1170. Bust with sword and 

banner, in an arch with three towers. 
11-12. The count standing between two towers. 
13-14. Similar, but smaller. 

16-16. The count seated; to right, sword; left, flag. 
17-18. Otto n, A. D. 1184-1206. OTO MART. As No. 15. 

19. As No. 18, without name and title. 

20. The count standing ; to left, flag; to right, shield surmounted by cross. 

21. Heinrich. von Gardelegen, A. D. 1104-1192. Bust, with sword and flag. 

22. Frederick H, A. D. 1440-1470. Half of eagle. 

23. Eagle and barley corn. 

24. Helmet. 

26. Joachim I, A. D. 1499-1636. Scepter, and shield with eagle. 

26. An eagle. 

27. Braunschweig. Heinrich der Loewe, A. D. 1156-1180. Lion standing 

to right, in an arch. 

28. Lion, running to right. 

29. Lion, standing to left, upon a walL 

30. Lion to left, upon a tower. 

31. Wilhelm, A. D. 1184-1213. willehelmvs dg. lvn. Lion standing 

to right. 

32. Otto, der Kind, otto dvx de brvn. Lion over a city gate. 

33. Lion standing to left; below, a lily. 

34. Lion standing to right, over city gate. 

35. OTTE DE LVNEBURG. Lion, to right. 

36. Albrecht, The Great. Lion, standing to left, in an arch. 

37. Lion, with shield on breast, standing to left. 

38. Lion, standing to left, in front of a tower. 

39. Lion, standing to right; below, a cross. 

40. Lion, with double tail, to left. 

41. Similar to No. 40, but tail of lion single. 

42. The City of Braunschweig. Lion, to left, within beaded circle. 

43. Lion, to left; plain border. 

469 



470 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

44. Half-pfennige. As No. 43. # 

46. Lion, to left, head facing. 

46. Breslau. Boleslaus der Hohe, A. D. 1103-1120. Head beneath an 

arch. 

47. Arch and bridge. 

48. Two busts over an arch. 

49. German Emperors. Frederick I. Emperor seated on an arch; to 

right, a Uly; to left, imperial globe. 

50. FREDERICVS. IMPERATOR. ET. SEMP. A. Emperor seated on 

arch. 

61. As No. 50, with globe and lily. 

62. Otto IV, A. D. 1198-1218. Emperor seated, holding scepter and orb. 

63. Heinrich Raspe. A. D. 124&-1248. As No. 52. 

64. Ditto. 

65. Helmet. 

56. Erfurt. Heinrich, A. D. 1142-1153. The bishop with staff and cross 

on arch with towers. 

57. Luebeck. Crowned head amid rays. ^ 
68. Mecklenberg. Buffalo head. 

59. Silesia. Feathered helmet. 

60. Eagle wing and key. 

61. Winged sheep shears. 

62. Crab. 

63. Crowned eagle's head. 

64. Building with towers. 

65. Crescent and star. 

66-67. Crescent; with cross above. 
68-69. A plant between two crescents. 



I. THE ROMAN-GERMAN EMPIRE. 

EMPERORS. 

70. Ferdinand, I, 1656-1564. AB. Thaler, 1659. Obv. FERDI. D. G. 

EL. RO. IM. etc. Crowned bust r. Rev. Double eagle. 

71. MaximiUan n, 1564-1576. A». Guldenthaler, 1670. Obv. Crowned 

bust r. Rev. Double eagle. Mad. Thlc. 1. 26. 

72. AR. Thaler, 1571. As last. 

73. Maximilian, Charles, and Ferdinand. AV. 5 Ducats. Obv. MAX I. 

CARO. V ET FERD. D. G. ROM. CAES. REG. HISP. Three 
busts r. Rev. Double eagle. 

74. AB. Thaler, 1690. Obv. MAXI. CARO. ET FERD. etc. Three busts 

1. Rev. Double eagle. 
76. Rudolph n, 1576-1612. AB. Double-thaler, 1611. Obv. Bust r. 
Refv. Double eagle. 

76. AB. Thaler, 1607. 06tJ. Laureated bust r. iJev. NECNON ARCHI- 

DUCESAVS.etc. Crowned arms. S.-R. , Thlc. No. 180. 

77. Matthias, 1612-1637. AB. Thaler, 1617. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Eagle. 

78. Ferdinand m, 1637-1668. AB. Thaler. Obv. Laureated bust, cui- 

rassed, r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. Carinthian Thaler. 

79. AB. Double Thaler, 1641. Styria. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Round shield 

of arms. 

80. Leopold I, 1668-1705. AV. Third Ducat, 1676. 06v. Bust r.; below, 

mark of value. Rev. Double eagle. 

81. AB. Double Thaler. Tyrol. Obv. Bust r. ; mask on r. shoulder. Rev. 

Tyrolean eagle, crowned. 

82. AB, Double Thaler, 1682. Broad. Styria. Obv. Laureated bust r. 

Rev. Round shield of arms. 

83. Joseph I, 1705-1711. AV. Ducat, 1710. Obv. lOSEPHVS D. G. 

R. I. etc. Bust r. i?ei>. Double eagle. 

84. AB. Double Thaler. Thick. Tyrol. Obv. Cuirassed bust r. Rev. 

Tyrolean eagle, crowned. 

85. Charles VI, 1711-1740. AV. Ducat, 1738. Styria. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 

Double eagle. 

86. AB. Double Thaler. Tyrol. Obv. Bust r., with chain of Golden 

Fleece. itJei;. Double eagle. 

87. AV. Half-ducat, 1759. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Eagle. 

88. AB. Thaler, 1756. Tyrol. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Double eagle. 

89. AB. Convention Thaler, 1766. Obv. Shield of arms, supported by 

griffins. Rev. AD NORMAM CONVENT. 1765 within wreath. 

90. Maria Theresia, 1740-1780. AB. Thaler, 1780. Obv. Veiled bust r. 

Rev. Double eagle. S.-R., Thlrc.503. 

91. AB. Half-thaler, 1743. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Crowned arms. 

92. AB. Half-thaler, 1779. Types similar to No. 90. 

93. Francis I, 1745-1765. AB. Convention-thaler, 1760. Obv. FRANC. 

D. G. R. I. S. A. GE. TER. R. Bust r. Rev. Double eagle. 

471 



472 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

94. AE. Convention-tlialer, 1763. Obv. FRANCISCVS. D. G. ROM. 

IMP. etc. Double eagle. Rev. BENEDICTUS. DOMINVS. QVI 

DEDIT PACEM IN FINIBVS NOSTRIS. Female sacrificing at 

altar. 
96. Joseph n, 1765-1790. AV. Ducat, 1787. Obv. lOS. D. G. R. I. etc. 

Bust r. Rev. Double eagle. 

96. AV. Ducat, 1787. As No. 95. 

97. Francis H, 1792-1804. AB. Thaler, 1806. Obv. FRANCISCVS II. 

D. G. ROM. ET. HAER. AVST. IMP. Bust r. Rev. Double eagle. 

98. AE. 6 Kreutzer, 1800. Obv. Head r. Rev. Double eagle. 

99. AE. Kreutzer, 1800. Similar to No. 98. 

PRINCELY HOUSES . 

100. Austria. Maximilian. AB. Thaler, 1479. Obv. Bust r.; in field, ETA 

TIS 19. Rev. Bust of Mary of Burgundy r.; in field, ETAT— IS 20. 

101. Tyrol. Sigismund, 1439-1496. AV. Ducat. Obv. Duke standing fac- 

ing, crowned. Rev. Cross, with arms in angles. 

102. AJt. Thaler, 1486. Obv. Duke standing; to left, lion; to right, helmet. 

Rev. Knight, armed and mounted, r.; around, 16 shields of arms. 

103. AB. Half-thaler, 1484. Obv. Bust crowned, with scepter. Rev. As 

No. 102. 
104-106. Ferdinard I, 1621-1664. AB. Thalers. 06r. Bustr. 7?ev. Shield 
of arms within chain of Golden Fleece. 

106. Maximilian, 1612-1618. AB. Thaler, 1613. Obv. The duke standing. 

Rev. Knight riding 1. 

107. AB. Thaler, 1616. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Shield of arms. 

108. AB. Thaler, 1818. Obv. As No. 107, but chain with cross about neck. 

Rev. Arms. 

109. Leopold V. AB. Thaler, 1621. Obv. Bust in priestly robes r. Rev. 

Shield of arms, crowned. Madai Thlrc. II, 3868. 

110. AB. Double. Thaler. Obv. LEOPOLDVS. ARCHID. AVS. ET. 

CLAVDIA. ARCHIDVCISA AVS. MEDIC. Busts, jugate, r. Rev. 
Tyrolean eagle. 

111. Anhalt Schaumburg. Carl Ludwig, 1772-1806. AE. Kreutzer, 1774. 

Ausbeutestueck. Obv. CARL LUDWIG FURST ZU etc. Rev. 
Mining camp. 33 mm. 

112. Margraviate of Baden. Carl Frederick. AB. Thaler, 1766. Obv. 

Cuirassed bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms, with eagles aa sup- 
porters. 

113. AB. Thaler, 1778. Obv. Head r. Rev. Similar to No. 112. 
113a. AB. 20 Kreutzer, 1773. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Oval shield of arms. 

114. Duchy of Bavaria. Ludwig, 1508-1646. AV. Ducat. 06v. LVDWIG. 

P.R.DVX.BAVAR. Arms. Rev. Three shields in triangular 
position. 
116. Albert m, 1660-1679. AV. Ducat. Obv. ALBERTI.AVRVM.BA- 
VARIE.DVCIS. Arms. Rev . Duke kneeling before the Virgin. 

116. Ferdinand, 1681-1679. AV. Ducat, 1674. Obv. F.M.V.B.& P.S. etc. 

Draped bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

117. Maximilian Emanuel, 1679-1726. AB. Speciesthaler, 1717. Obv. 

Bust r. Rev. Virgin and Child. 

118. Charles Albert, 1726-1746. AV. Double-ducat, 1734. Obv. C.A.D.G. 

V. B. etc. Bust r. Rev. Virgin, crowned, holding Child and scepter. 

119. MaximiUan HI. Joseph, 1746-1778. AV. Ducat, 1747. Obv. Busts of 

duke and duchess r. Rev. DESIGNANT AMBO SERENUM. 
Banks of Rhine; sun. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 473 

120. AB. Speciesthaler, 1766. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Arms with sup- 

porters. 

121. AB. Speciesthaler, 1768. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Virgin and Child. 

122. AB. Ditto, 1771. As last. 

123. Carl Theodore, 1778-1799. AB. Thaler, 1778. Obv. TH.D.G.C.P.R. 

U.B: D. etc. Bust r. Rev. Madonna and Child. 

124. AB. Thaler, 1799. Similar to 123. 

126. AB. Thaler, 1792. Ok'. CARL. • • • EL.PROV.&VICAR. Bust r. 
Rev. IN. PARTI. RHENI. etc. Double eagle. 

126. Brandenburg Beyreuth. Christian, 1603-1656. AB. i Kreutzer, 1630. 

Obv. Two shields, value and date. Rev. Eagle. 

127. Friedrich, 1735-1763. AB. Beichsthaler, 1762. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 

Crowned eagle on a shield; trophy. 

128. Frederick Christian, 1763-1769. AB. Thaler, 1766. Obv. Bust r. 

Rev. Arms with supporters. 41 mm. 

129. AV. Ducat, 1767. Obv. Margrave, mounted, r. Rev. Badge of Order 

of Red Eagle. 23 mm. 

130. Brandenburg Ansbach. Albert Alcibiades, 1627-1667. AB. Thaler, 

1648. Obv. Bustl. Rev. SI DE9 PRO NOBIS QVIS CONTRA 
NOS. Cross with shields in angles. 

131. AB. Thaler, 1550. Variety of 274. 

132. Friedrich, Albert, and Christian. AV. Ducat, 16.1. Obv. Three 

facing busts. Rev. Shield of arms. 

133. Carl Wilhelm Frederick, 1723-1757. AB. Speciesthaler, 1754. Obv. 

Bust r. Rev. Eagle displayed. 

134. Alexander, 1757-1791. AV. Ducat, 1769. Obv. PATRI PATRIAE 

DEVOTISSIMVS. Placing heart on burning altar. i?ei;. Inscrip- 
tion. 

136. AB. Speciesthaler, 1769. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shields of 
Culmbach and Anspach. 

136. AB. Ditto, 1774. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield, supported by 

lion, amid military arms. 

137. AB. 20 Kreutzer, 1762. Obv. Bust r. within laurel wreath. Rev. 

Eagle, displayed and crowned. 

138. Duchy of Brunswick-Liineburg. A. Line of Bmnswlck-Wolfenbuet- 

tel. Heinrich der Juenger, A. D. 1514-1568. AB. Thaler, 1562. 
Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Shield of arms, helmeted. 

139. Heinrich Julius, 1689-1613. AB. Thaler, 1699. " Wespenthaler. " 

Obv. Twelve shields of arms in form of rose. Rev. Lion attacked by 
wasps. 

140. AB. Pelikanthaler, 1699. Obv. Shield of arms, helmeted, supported 

by wild man. Rev. PRO ARIS ET FOCIS. Pelican. 

141. AB. Thaler, 1600. Obv. Helmeted shield. Rev. St. Andrew with 

cross. 

142. Frederick Ulric, 1613-1634. AB. Thaler, 1628. 06^;. Hehneted shield. 

Rev. Wild man. 

143. Brunswick-Liineburg. New line. Augustus, 1598-1666. AB. IV. 

Glockenthaler, 1643. Obv. Half-length bust. Rev. Bell clapper. 

144. AB. V. Glockenthaler, 1643. Obv. Helmeted shield of arms. Rev. Bell 

rung by three hands. 

146. AB. Thaler, 1643. A variety of No. 144. 

146. Budolph Augustus, 1666-1686. AB. Thaler, 1671. Obv. D.G.RU- 
DOLPH AUGUSTUS DUX BR:E:L: Bust. Rev. Open Bible, 
flanked by flags. 



474 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

147. AB. Doppelthaler, 1683. Obv. Duke, mounted. Rev. Helmeted shield 

of arms. 

148. AB. 3 Thalers, 1686. Obv. Helmeted shield. Rev. Lute player. 

Lauthenthal Ausbeutestueck. 74 mm. 

149. Budolph Augustus and Anton XJlricIi, 168&-1704. AB. Speciesthaler, 

1691. Obv. D.G.RVD.AVG:«t ANTH : VLR: D. D. BRVN.&LVN: 
Helmeted shield of arms. Rev. Two wild men. 

160. AB. 24 Maiiengroschen, 1692. Obv. Free horse. Rev. Value within 

a circle. 

161. AB. Ditto, 1694. Obv. Free horse. Rev. NACH DEM LEIPZIGER 

FUS.1694. Value. 

162. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1696. Obv. Free horse 1. Rev. REM I G 10. 

ALTISSiMI VNI. Crowned shield of arms. 

163. AB. 24 Marlengroschen, 1698. Obv. Free horse; below, two-thirds. 

Rev. Value. 

164. Anton XHric, 1704-1714. AB. 24 Mariengroschen, 1704. Obv. Wild 

man. Rev. LABORE ET CONSTANTIA 1704. Value. 
166. AB. Ditto, 1712. Obv. D.G.ANTON |9 ULRIC9 DUX ete. Value. 
Rev. Wild man. 

166. AB. Sterbethaler of Elizabeth, 1704. Obv. Bust. Rev. Duchess re- 

clining on a cloud above castle of Salzthaler. 

167. Ludwlg Budolph, 1714-1731. AV. Ducat, 1717. Obv. LVD.RVD.D. 

G.DVX BR.ET LVN. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Wild man. 

168. Carl I, 1735-1780. AV. 6 Thaler, 1749. 06ij. CAROLVS D.G. DVX 

BR.ET LVN. Draped bust r. Rev. Free horse r. 

169. AV. 10 Thalers, 1760. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 158. 

160. AB. 8 Groschen, 1760. Obv. Crowned C. Rev. Value. 

161. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1764. Obv. Bust r. Rev. NUNQUAM RE- 

TRORSUM, 1764. Free horse. 

162. AB. 24 Mariengroschen, 1768. Obv. Value. Rev. Free horse. 
163-164. Charles Wilhelm Ferdinand, A. D. 1780-1806. AB. Speciesthaler, 

1790. Obv. CAROLVS GVIL. FERD.D.G.DVX BRVNSV. ET LVN. 

Shield of arms. Rev. I | SPECIES | THALER i 1790 | M.G. 
166. AV. 6 Thaler, 1796. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Value. 
166-167. AB. 24 Mariengroschen, 1800. Obv. Free horse. Rev. Value. 

168. Brunswick-Lttneburg. New Line Lueneburg. Frederick 1636-1648. 

AB. Speciesthaler, 1646. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Shield with five 
helmets. 

169. Christian Ludwig, A. D. 1641-1648-1665. AV. Ducat, 1661. Obv. 

CHRIST. LUD.D.G. DUX BR. ET LUNEB. Crowned shield of 
arms. Rev. Free horse in a wreath. 

170. AB. Speciesthaler, 1662. Obv. Helmeted shield of arms. Rev. Free 

horse. 

171. John Frederick, 1665-1679. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1676. iJev. Draped 

bust 1. Rev. Palm tree on a rock. 

172. AB. Two-thirds thaler, undated. Obv. Free horse. Rev. Value. 
, 173. AB. One-third thaler, 1673. Obv. Bust r. Rev. As No. 171. 

174. George U, 1727-1760. AV. Ducat, 1729. Obv. Laureated bust, draped, 

1. Rev. Four shields crosswise. 

175. AV. 6 Thaler, 1768. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Value. 

176. AB. Thaler, 1729. Obv. Shield of arms with supporters. Rev. Free 

horse. 

177. AB. Thaler, 1737. Obv. Crowned shield. Rev. Horse. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 475 

178. AE. Two-thirds thaler, 1733. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. 

Free horse. 

179. AK. Two-thirds thaler, 1760. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Wild man. 

180. George IH, 1760-1820. AB. Thaler, 1766. Obv. GEORG.III.D.G.M. 

BRIT. etc. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. St. Andrew with cross. 
41 mm. 

181. AB. 24 Mariengroschen, 1783. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. 

Value. 

182. AE. Ditto. 1796. * 

183. AR. Ditto. 1797. 

184. AR. Two-thirds thaler, 1801. Rev. Laureated bust r. Rev. Value. 

185. Ditto. 1807. Obv. Round shield of arms. Rev. Value. 

186-187. Dietrichstein. Ferdinand, AB. Thaler, 1693. Obv. FERD: S: 

R:l: PRINCEPS. A. DIETRICHSTEIN. Bust with wig r. Rev. 
Shield of arms. 

188. Henneberg. AE. Two-thirds thaler, 1693. Obv. Shield of arms, 

crowned. Rev. Crowned hen. 

189. AE. Thaler, 1693. Obv. Helmeted arms of Saxony and Henneberg. 

Rev. Crowned hen. 46 mm. 

190. s'Heerenberg. William IV, 1576-1686. AE. Crown. Obv. Crowned 

bust. Rev. Lion rampant, holding arms of s'H. 

191. Landgrave of Hesse. William V, 1627-1637. AE. Speciesthaler, 

1636. Obv. Crowned lion, rampant. Rev. lEHOVA VOLENTE 
HVMILIS LEVABOR. Water spout, wind, etc. 

192. Ludwig Vm, 1739-1768. AV. Ducat, 1761. Obv. Four pairs of LL's, 

addorsed, crosswise. Rev. Arms within circle of seven escutcheons. 

193. Frederick n, A. D. 1760-1785. AV. Pistole, 1771. 06t;. FRIDERICUS. 

II.D.G.HASS. L.H.C. Bust r. Rev.St&r. 

194. AV. Double pistole, 1785. Similar to No. 193. 

195. AE. Speciesthaler, 1766. 06v. FRiDERICUS.il. D.G.HASS.LANDG. 

HAN.COM. Bust r. iJev. Arms with supporters. 

196. AE. Half-reichsthaler, 1785. Similar to No. 195. 

197. AE. Quarter-reichsthaler, 1767. Obv. Arms. Rev. Value on a shield. 

198. AE. Ditto, 1768. As No. 195, except value is within a circle. 

199. AE. Sixth-thaler, 1767. Obv. Shield supported by crowned lion. 

Rev. Value in a circle. 

200. WilUam IX, A. D. 1785-1821. AV. 6 Thaler, 1799. 06i;. WILHELMUS 

IX D.G.HASS.LANDG.H.C. Bust r. iJei;. Lion, couchant, before 
a trophy. 

201. AE. Thaler, 1789. Obv. Biistr. jRct. Arms crowned. 

202. AE. Sixth-thaler, 1791. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Value. 

203. Wilhelm I, Elector, A. D. 1802. AV. 6 Thaler, 1817. Obv. Bust r. 

Rev. Shield of arms; above, 5. THALER. 

204. AE. Thaler, 1819. Obv. WILHELM I.KURF.SOUV.LANDGR. 

Short bust r. Rev. Value and date within wreath. 

205. AE. Half-thaler, 1819. Obv. WILHELM I. KURF.S. L. Z. etc. 

Bust r. Rev. Value and date within wreath. 

206. Hohenlohe Neuenstein. Wolfgang Julius, 1676-1698. AB. Thaler, 

1697. Obv. W. I. G. V. H. G. H. Z. L. V. G. G. F. M. O. V. R. 
Bust r. Rev. Knight in armor, mounted, r. 

207. Ludwig Frederick Carl, A. D. 1765-1805. AE. Speciesthaler, 1770. 

Obv. Cuirassed bust r. Rev. Shield of arms within mantle. 



476 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

208. Hohonlohe Oleichen. Carol August, 1737-1767. AB. Speciesthaler, 

1738. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Shield surmounted by three hehneta. 
41 mm. 

209. Duchy of Holstein. Peter m of Bussia. AB. Thaler, 1753. Obv. 

PETRUS. D. G. MAGNUS DUX TOTIUS RUSSIAE. Bust r. 
Rev. Double eagle. 

210. Lippi. Simon Augustus, 1734-1782. AB. Sizth-thaler, 1770. Obv. 

Head r. Rev. Value. 

211. LSwenstein-Wertheim. Euchair Gasimir, 1681-1698. AB. Thaler, 

1697. Obv. Tree held together by bars; — the same split by two 
hands. Rev. Helmeted shield. 

212. Carol, 1736-1789. AB. Speciesthaler, 1769. Obv. Bust, draped, r. 

Rev. Crowned shield of arms with supporters. 

213. Mansfeld. Peter Ernest et al. AB. Thaler, 1582. Obv. PE: ERN: 

I0:AL:10:H0:BRV:H0:CHR:FRA:ET:PATR. Hehneted arms. 
Rev. St. George and Dragon. 

214. AB. Thaler, 1697. Obv. PETER. ERN. BRVNO.GE.HA.GE.P. Aa 

last. Rev. St. George and Dragon. 
216. AB. Half-thaler, 1593. Similar to last. 

216. AB. Thaler, undated. 06?;. HOIGER.GEBHAR.ALBER.ET.PHILP. 

Helmeted arms. Rev. St. G«orge, mounted, spearing dragon. 

217. Palatinate of the Bhine. Carl Ludwig, 1650-1680. AB. Thaler, 1660. 

Obv. BuBtT. i?et;. DOMINVS PROVIDEBIT. Arms. 

218. Carl Philip, 1716-1713. AV. Ducat, 1721. Obv. The count mounted r. 

Rev. Five shields crosswise. 

219. AV. Double ducat, 1733. Obv. CAR. PHILIP. D. G. EL. PALATI- 

NUS. Bust r. i?6t). Arms; CC and PP crosswise. 

220. Carl Theodore, 1743-1799. AV. Ducat, 1757. Obv. Nude bust r. Rev. 

SIC FULGENT LITTORA RHENI. Mining scene on Rhine. 

221. AB. Speciesthaler, 1758. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Two shields of arms. 

222. AB. Speciesthaler, 1765. Obv. Short bust r. Rev. Two shields of 

arms, crowned; at sides, olive and palm branches. 

223. AB. Speciesthaler, 1766. Obv. As. No. 222. Rev. Crowned arms sup- 

ported by lion on right. 

224. AB. Speciesthaler, 1774. Obv. Head r. Rev. Similar to No. 222. 

225. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1751. Obv. Bust, cuira-ssed, r. Rev, EX VI S- 

CERIBVS FODINAE WILDBERG. Crowned arms. 

226. AB. Half-speciesthaler, 1765. Similar to No. 222. 

227. Duchy of Saxony and Possessions. Ernestine Line. Frederick m, 

George, and John, 1486-1525. AB. Thaler, undated. " Klapmuetze- 
thaler." Obv. Bust with cap r. Rev. Busts of John and George, 
vis-h-vis. 41 mm. 

228. John der Bestaendige, and Gteorg, 1526-1532. AB. Thalet, undated. 

Obv. Bust of John r. Rev. Bust of George 1. 

229. Saze Gotha. John Casimir, 1570-1600. AB. Thaler, 1598. Obv. 

D. G. lOHA. CASI. ET. lOH. ERNS. FRA. DVCES. SAXONIAE. 
Half-length busts vis-d-tis. Rev. Shield of arms encircled by 13 
small shields. 

230. Saxe Altenberg. AB. Thaler, 1607. Obv. lOHAN :- PHILIP. ET - 

FRIDERI-DEI GRA. Busts vis-d-vis. Rev. lOH: WIL:-ET. 
FR I D : - W I L. etc. Busts vis-a-ris. 40 mm. 

231. Saxe -alt -Weimar. Frederick Wilhelm and John, 1575-1602. AB. 

Thaler, 1582. Obv. D. G. FRL — WIL. DV. — SAX. LA — N. THV. 
E — MA. R. ML — MO. IMP. Facing bust. ReiK D. G. 10 — 
HAN. DV — SAX. etc. Facing bust. 41 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 477 

232. Saxe Weimer (Middle line). The Eight Brothers. AV. Ducat, 1614. 

Obv. MONETA — AVREA — 8. FRAT. — DVC. SAX. Four facing 
busts. Rev. Four facing busts. 

233. AB. Thaler, 1611. Obv. D. G. 10: ERNES: — FRIDERICVS — 

WILHELMVS — ALBERTVS. Four facing busts. i?ev. Four facing 
busts. 40 mm. 

234. Saxe neu- Weimar. John Ernest, A. D. 1662-1683. AR. Two-thirds 

thaler, 1677. Obv. Cuirassed bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 
236. Saxe-Salfeld-Coburg. Ernest Frederick. AB. Speclesthaler, 1766. 

Obv. Cuirassed bust. Rev. Shield of arms. 
236. Albertine Line. George, 1600-1639. AR. Thaler, 1630. Obv. NAW. 

MVNT. HERZOG.GEORGEN .ZV.SAXE. Bust 1. Reo. Five 

shields crosswise. 



237. The Electors. August, 1653-1686. AR. -Thaler, 1666. Obv. AV- 

GVSTVS.D.G.DVX.SAXONIAE.S.A.ROMA.IM. Bust r. Rev. 
Helmeted shield of arms. 

238. AR. Thaler, 1667. Obv. TANDEM •BONA •CAVSA^TRIVM- 

PH AT. Two swords in saltire, on shield. Rev. Inscription. 

239. Christian, John George I, and Augustus, 1691-1601. AR. Thaler, 

1692. Three facing busts. Rev. Helmeted shield of arms. 

240. AR. Thaler, 1593. As No. 231. 

241. John George I, 1611-1666. AR. Clippethaler, 1616. Obv. Half length 

figure of duke. Rev. Two swords in saltire. 40 by 42 mm. 

242. AV. "Sophienducat," 1616. Obv. S C in monogram over sword and 

scepter, crowned. Rev. I H.S; eye above. 

243. AV. Luther Anniversary Ducat, 1617. Obv. John George crowned r. 

Rev. Bust of Frederick III crowned r. 

244. AR. Thaler, 1619. Obv. PRO LEGE ET GREGE. Duke mounted. 

Rev. D.G. I lOHANN. GEORG | DVX SAX. etc. Twelve-line in- 
scription. 

245. AR. Speclesthaler, 1636. Obv. Mailed bust. Rev. Shield of arms, 

sunnounted by six helmets. 45 mm. 

246. AR. Speclesthaler, 1666. Obv. Inscription in two circles; facing bust. 

Rev. Nine-line inscription. Sterbethaler. 47 mm. 

247. AR. Half-thaler, 1630. Obv. Mailed bust. Rev. Shield of arms. 

248. John George n, 1656-1680. AR. Speclesthaler, 1660. Obv. Bust r. 

Rev. Shield of arms surmounted by eight helmets. 

249. John George m, 1630-1691. AR. Speclesthaler, 1686. Obv. Cuirassed 

bust r. Rev, Helmeted shield of- arms. 46 mm. 

260. Frederick Augustus I, 1694-1733. AR. Two-thirds thaler,1696. Obv. 

Bust r. Rev. Oval shield of arms, crowned, between palm branches. 
39 mm. 

261. AV. Ducat, 1711. Obv. Elector, mounted, r. Rev. Two altars; scep- 

ter, crown and orb on one; crown and sword on other. 

262. Frederick Augustus m, 1763-1806. A. Xavier, Prince regent. AR. 

Speclesthaler, 1767. Obv. XAVIERVS D.G.REG:PR:POL: & LITH : 

DVX SAX. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 
253. AR. Thaler, 1764. 06i;. FRID. AUGUST, etc. Bust r. iJei;. Shield 

of arms, crowned. 43 mm. 
264. AR. Thaler, 1766. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Oval shield of arms 

crowned; below, DER SEEGEN DES BERGBAUES. 
266. AR. Two-thirds thaler, 1766. Obv. As last. Rev. Two ehields, 

crowned. 34 mm. 
266. AR. Two-thirds thaler, 1768. Similar to last. 



478 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

267. AR, Twelfth-thaler, 1764. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. Value. 

268. AR. Twenty-fourth thaler, 1764. Similar to No. 257, except value. 

269. B. Augustus, after reaching majority. AV. 10 Thaler, 1783. Obv. 

FRID: AUGUST: D: G: DUX SAX: ELECTOR. Bust r. Rev. 
Two shields of arms crowned. 

260. AV. 10 Thaler, 1794. Obv. Cuirassed bust, draped, r. Rev. Arms 

within palm branches. 

261. AV. 6 Thaler, 1777. Obv. Similar to No. 259. Rev. Two shields, 

crowned. 

262. AB. Speciesthaler, 1776. Obv. Ab No. 259. Rev. X.EINE MARCK F. 

Arms crowned. 

263. AB. Ditto, 1790. Similar to No. 262. 

264. AB. Speciesthaler, 1790. " Vicariatsthaler." Obv. FRID . AVG. 

• ••VICARIVS EMPERII. Bust r. i?CT. Double eagle. 
266. AB. Speciesthaler, 1806. Obv. . As No. 260. Rev. Crowned arms 
within palm wreath. 

266. AB. Ditto, 1806. "Ausbeutethaler." Obv. As No. 260. Rev. DER 

SEEGEN DES BERGBAUES. Arms as last. 

267. Saxe Seitz. Maurice. AB. Thaler, 1667. Commemorating completion 

of palace. 06v. Facing bust. i?CT. Palace at Zeitz. 46 mm. 

268. Schwarzburg Budolstadt. Frederic Carl I, 1790-1793. AB. Half- 

thaler, 1791. Obv. D.G. FRID. CAROL, etc. Bust r. Rev. Arms 
crowned. 

269. Stolberg, Wernigerode. Ludwig, 1644-1674. AV. Ducat, undated. 

Obv. LVDOVI. CO. STOL. KON. RVT. WER*. Five shields of 
arms crosswise. Rev. MAXIMIL. 11. ROMANO. IMPER. Orb 
and eagle. 

270. Wolfgang George, 1612-1631. AB. Speciesthaler, 1626. Obv. Hel- 

meted shield of arms. Rev. Stag 1. 

271. Duchy of WUrtemburg. AV. Half-ducat, 1732. Obv. EBER.LUD.D. 

G.DVX.WUR.& T. Bustr. i?ei^. Shield of arms. 

272. Charles Eugene, 1737-1793. AV. Ducat, 1790. Obv. Draped bust r. 

Rev. Garnished shield of arms. 
278. AB. Thaler, 1760. Obv. CAROLVS D.G.DVX.WURT. k T. Bust r. 

Rev. Arms within wreath. 
274. AB. Thaler, 1781. Obv. As No. 273. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 
276. AB. 16 Kreutzer, 1769. Obv. Bustr. Rev. Shield of arms, crowned. 

CITIES. 

276. Imperial City of Augsburg. Ferdinand H. AV. Ducat, 1623. Obv. 

Double eagle. iJCT.AVGVSTAVINDELIC. Arms of city—fir cone. 
276a. Ferdinand m. AV. Ducat, 1631. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. 
Arms of city-fir cone. 

277. Leopold I. AB. Speciesthaler, 1694. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. AV- 

GVSTA VINDELICORVM. Arms supported by Neptune and 
Aquarius. 

278. Bremen, Imperial City. Ferdinand H, 1619-1637. AB. 3 Grote, 1788. 

Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Key and date. 

279. Ferdinand m, A. D. 1637-1668. AB. 24 Grote, 1643. Obv. Double 

eagle. Rev. Key on shield. 

280. AB. 12 Grote, 1661. As No. 279. 

281. AB. 12 Grote, 1667. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. STAT. GELT 

BREMER. Crowned key. 30 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 4Y9 

282. AB. 6 Grote, 1646. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. MONE - NO. REIP. 

BREM - ENSIS. Shield on cross. 

283. AB. 2 Grote, 1642. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Key. 

284. Leopoldl, 1658-1706. AV. Double Ducat, 1667. 06i;. LEOPOLD:D:G: 

ROM - iMP:SEM:AUGUS: The Emperor, standing, crowned. 
Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 29 mm. 
286. AV. Ducat, 1672. Obv. Laureated bust 1. Rev. Crowned key in a 
wreath. 

286. AB. Doppelthaler, 1668. Obv. Crowned shield of arms with support- 

ers. Rev. Double eagle. 

287. AB. Thaler, 1660. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Shield of arms with 

supporters. 45 mm. 

288. AB. Thaler, 1660. Another variety of No. 287. 

289. AB. 24 Grote, 1661. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms. 37 mm. 

290. AB. 24 Grote, 1666. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. As last, but with 

SEMP. in legend. 

291. AB. 12 Grote, 1666. Similar to No. 290. 

292. AB. 6 Grote, 1672. Obv. BREMER STAT GELT. Shield of arms, 

crowned. Rev. Double eagle. 

298. AB. 3 Grote, 1677. As last. 

294. Bil. Grote, 1674. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Double eagle. 

296. Charles VI, 1711-1740. Bil. Grote, 1733. Obv. CAROL. VL etc. 

Double eagle. Rev. Shield of arms. 
296. Bil. Grote, 1739. 06?;. CAR: VL etc. Doubleeagle. i?ev. As No. 201. 
297-298. Francis I, 1746-1765. AB. 24 Grote, 1749. Obv. FRANCISCVS. 

D. G. etc. Double eagle, crowned. Rev. Shield of arms. 

299. AB. 48 Grote, 1753. Obv. As No. 297. Rev. Crowned shield of arms 

with supporters. 37 mm. 
299a. Bil. Grote, 1764. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Shield of arms. 

300. Campen, Imperial City. Matthias. AB. Florin. Obv. Double eagle; 

stamped HOL. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 
801. AV. Double ducat, 1666. Obv. FERD.IILD.G.R. etc. King stand- 
ing r. holding scepter and orb. i2cv. MO. NOV I AVREA I IMPERI I 
CAMPEN. 

302. Imperial City of Constanz. AB. Thaler, 1626. Obv. FERD.ILD.G. 
ROM. I M PER etc. Arms. iJe;;. Crowned shield of arms. 

803. Daventer, Imperial City. Leopold, 1668-1706. AB. Florin (16)86. 

06i). FERDINAND. n. D.G.ROM. SEM.AV. Doubleeagle; stamped 
HOL. Rev. Crowned shield. 

804. AB. Florin, 1684. Obv. LEOP.IGN. D.G. . LEG. R. . IMP.SEM. 

AVG. Doubleeagle. i?et;. Crowned shield. 

806. Frankfort, Imperial City. AV. Election Ducat of Matthias, 1612. Obv. 

Emperor seated. Rev. Eagle crowning an angel. 
306. AV. Election Ducat of Charles VII, 1742. Obv. Laureated bast r. 

Rev. Volume inscribed DECA | LOG US. 
306a. AV. Election Ducat of Francis n, 1792. Obv. Laureated bust r. Bev. 

Sword, scepter, and crown on altar. 

807. Friedberg, Imperial City. AB. Two-thirds reichsthaler, 1747. Obv. 

Double eagle. Rev. MONETA CASTRI IMP. FRIDBERG. St. 
George and dragon. 

808. Halberstadt. AB. Thaler, 1631. Obv. Arms of the city. Rev. S. 

STEPHANU: PROTOMAR. St. Stephen standing. 

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480 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

809. Hamburg. AV. Dncat, 1644. Obv. AVCPLCR GRACIA 1644. Ma- 

donna and Holy Child. Rev. Madonna and Child; arms of 
Hamburg. 23 mm. 

810. Hamburg, Imperial City. Charles VI. AB. 16 Schillinge, 1726. Obv. 

HAMBURGER. CURRENT. GELDT. Shield of arms. Rev. 
Double eagle. 34 mm. 
311. AB. 8 SchUlinge, 1726. Similar to No. 310. 

812. AB. 2 ScMllinge, 1720. Obv. City Gate. Rev. Double eagle. 

813. Joseph n, 1766-1790. AB. 16 Schillinge, 1789. Obv. Arms of Ham- 

burg. Rev. Double eagle. 
314-316. Francis H, 1792-1804. AB. 32 Schillinge, 1796. Obv. As No. 313. 

Rev. Double eagle. 
316. AB. 8 Schillinge, 1797. Similar to No. 314; large types. 

817. AB. 8 Schillinge, 1797. Similar to No. 314, but types are smaller. 

818. AB. 4 Schillinge, 1797. Similar to No. 316, except value. 

819. Hildesheim. AB. Sixth-thaler, 1644. Obv. Shield of arms within 

ermine mantle. Rev. Value. 
320. Magdeburg. AV. Ducat, 1679. 06v. FERDINAND. I. D.G.RO:! :S:A. 

Double eagle. Rev. Maid upon city gate. 
821. AB. Thaler, 1617. Luther anniversary piece. Obv. Double eagle. 

Rev. Busts of Husa and Luther. 
322. Metz. AB. Speciesthaler, 1660. Obv. St. Stephen. Rev. Shield. 

823. Nordlingen. Frederick IV, Emperor, 1440-1493. AV. Ducat. Obv. 

Orb within tressure of three arches. Rev. St. John. 

824. Nuremberg. Frederick and Sigismond, 1486-1496, AV. Ducat. Obv. 

FRID:&: SIGISM : MARCH. BRAND. St. John. Rev. Cross 
with shields in angles. 23.5 mm. 
826. AV. Ducat. 06t;. MONETA: COMVNiS: D: NVREMBERG. Eagle 
displayed. Rev. St. Lawrence with grill. 

326. AV. Dncat, 1621. Obv. Eagle. Rev. St. Lawrence with grill. 

327. AV. Ducat, 1623. Similar to last. 

328. AV. Ducat, 1612. Obv. MONE+REIPVB+NVRENBERG. Eagle. 

Rev. St. Lawrence. 

329. AV. Ducat, 1613. 06i). Shield; above, winged seraph head. Rev. St. 

Lawrence supporting large grill. 

830. AV. Ducat, 1617. Obv. Oval shield. Rev. SANCTVS LAVRENTI VS. 

The saint supporting grill. 23 mm. 

831. AV. Ducat, 1640. Obv. DVCATVS REIPVB NORIMBERG. Eagle. 

Rev. St. Sebald supporting two shields. 

832. AV. Ducat, 1700. Obv. SECVLVM NOVVM CELEBRAT RESP. 

NORIBERGENSIS. Three shields. Rev. Lamb on globe. 

833. AV. Half-ducat, 1700. Similar to last. 

834. AV. auarter-ducat, 1700. Obv. MON.REIP.NORIMB. Shield of 

arms. Rev. As No. 332. 
886. AV. Third-ducat, undated. Obv. Shield with mural crown. Rev. As 
332. 

836. AV. Ducat, square. Types similar to No. 332. 19 by 19 mm. 

837. AV. Half-ducat, square. Types similar to No. 334. 15 by 15 mm. 

838. AV. Quarter-ducat, square. Types similar to No. 335. 

839. AV. One thirty-second ducat, undated. Obv. Shield. Rev. Paschal 

lamb. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 481 

840. Imperial City of Nuremberg. AE. 30 Kreutzer, 1673. Obv. MAXI- 
MILIAN.IMP.AVG.P.F.DECRETO. Double eagle. Rev. Two 
shields. 

341. AE. 60 Kreutzer, 1611. Oftv. RVDOLPH: II: ROM: IMP: etc. Eagle. 

Rev. As No. 311. 

342. AV. Ducat, 1612. Obv. D:MATHIAE RO: IMP: ET ANNAE etc. 

Busts r. Rev. Three shields of arms. 

343. AE. Half-thaler, 1621. Obv. FERDINANDVS. II. D: G: ROMAN etc. 

Double eagle. Rev. Three shields. 

344. AE. Speciesthaler, 1767. Obv. FRANCISCUS. D.G.ROM. IMP. etc. 

Bust r. Rev. Two shields. 42 mm. 
346. AE. Ditto, 1769. Another variety of 344. 

346. AE. Speciesthaler, 1766. Obv. lOSEPHVS II. D.G.ROM. IMP. 

Double eagle. Rev. View of city. 

347. Imperial City of Getting. Carl Wolfgang, 1822-1649. AE. Thaler, 

1641. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Helmeted shield of arms. 

348. Albert Ernest I, 1669-1683. AE. 60 Kreutzer, 1676. Obv. A E, in 

monogram, crowned. Rev. Dog 1. 

349. Imperial City of Eegensberg. AV. Ducat. Obv. FRANCISC.I.D.G. 

RO M . I M P. Bust r. Rev. View of the city. 

360. Schwarzenberg. Ferdinand & Maria Anna, 1683-1698. AE. Species- 

thaler, 1696. Obv. Busts, jugate, r. Rev. Two oval shields within 
ermine mantle. 

361. Stralsund. AE. Two-thirds thaler, 1707. 06v. Miter, value and date. 

Rev. Cross. 

362. Strassburg. AV. Ducat. 06?;. VRBEM. CHRISTE. TVAM. SERVA. 

Madonna and Child. Rev. AVREVS. VRBIS. ARGENTINAE. 
NVMMVS. Arms. 

363. AE. Thaler. Obv. Lily. Rev. NVMMVS REIP. ARGENTORATEN- 

SIS. Arms. 

364. AE. Groschen. Obv. Lily. Rev. GLORIA*IN*EXCELSIS*DEO*. 

Cross. 
366. Imperial City of XJlm. AE. Siege Halt-thaler, 1704. Obv. Arms ot 

city. i2ei). DA. PACEM. NOBIS. DOMINE. 1704. Double eagle. 
366. Zwolle. AE. Florin. Obv. Double eagle; stamped HOL. Rev. 

Crowned arms. 

BISHOPS. 

357. Bishopric of Bremen. Heinrich I, 1463-1496. AV. Florin. Obv. St. 
Peter standing. Rev. Shield of arms. 

368. Christopher, A. D. 1611-1668. AE. 6 Grote, 1612. Obv. St. Peter 

seated. Rev. Key. 

369. Coblentz. AV. Ducat. Obv. WERNER AR. EP. TR. St. John 

seated. Rev. Arms. 

360. Lothair von Meternich, 1699-1623. AV. Florin, 1610. Ofti;. LOTHA- 

RIUS D. G. AR. TR. PR. EL. St. Peter. Rev. MO. NO. A. CO. 
N. 1610. Four shields. 

361. Archbishopric of Cologne. Dietrich U, 1414-1463. AV. Florin. Obv. 

THEODIC. ARCHI. COL. St. Peter, seated. Four shields cross- 
wise. 

362. AV. Florin. Obv. St. Peter standing. Rev. Shield of arms. 

363. AV. Florin. Oftt;. THEODI CAREPI COLONI. Shield of arms. Rev. 

St. Peter standing facing. 



482 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

364. AV. norin. Obv. Arms over long cross. Rev. Three shields in tri- 
angular position. 

366. Bupert of Bavaria, 1463-1480. AV. Florin. Oftt). ROPERTVS ARCPI. 
St. Peter seated. Rev. Cross with shields in angles. 

366. Maximilian Heinrich, 1660-1688. AR. Thaler, 1666. Obv. MAX. 

HAN. D. G. ARC. COL. PRIN. EL. Bust r. iJei;. Shield of arms. 

367. AB. Thaler, 1669, As No. 366, but reading MAX. HEN. on obverse. 

368. Archbishopric of Mainz. John Adam, A. D. 1601-1604. AV. Ducat, 

undated. 06i;. lOHIS AR* •EP. MOGV. Bishop seated. Rev. 

Shield of arms. 
869. AV. Ducat, undated. Obv. St. Martin. Rev. Shield of arms. 
370. JohnPhiUp, 1729-1732. AS. Thaler, 1671. Obv. lOANN. PHILIP: 

D:G:ARCHIEP:M0G:1. 6. 7. 1. Bust r. iJcv. Shield of arms. 

871. Francis Louis, 1729-1732. AV. Ducat,1730. Obv. D. G. FRANC. 

LVD. ARCHIEP. MOG. PR. EL. Bust r. i2gt>. DEO DVCE. Lion. 

872. Emerick Joseph, 1763-1774. AB. Speciesthaler, 1766. Oftt;. EMERIIC. 

lOSEPH. D. G. A. EP. MOG etc. Bust r. Rev. Two shields of 
arms. Edge, DEO •PATRIA • ET • SVBDITIS. 43 mm. 

873. Friedrich Carl, 1774-1802. AB. Speciesthaler, 1794. Obv. CHUR- 

MAINZ. Shield of arms iJev. X | El NE PEINE MARK | 1794. 

874. Bishopric of MUnster. Frederick Christian, 1688-1706. AB. 24 Ma- 

riengroschen, 1692. Obv. Crowned shield. Rev. Value within a 
circle. 
876. AB. Ditto, 1693. As No. 374. 

376. Bisphoric of Osnabrlick. Ernest August, 1662-1698. AB. Thaler, 

1687. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Shield of arms surmounted by five helmets. 

377. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1690. Obv. Arms, over scepter and Bishop's 

staff in sal tire. Rev. Wild man. 
878. Bisphoric of Paderbom, Herman Werner Wolf, 1683-1704. AB. 
Thaler, 1685. Obv. St. Anthony and Holy Child, crowned by the 
Madonna. Rev. Oval shield surmounted by five helmets. 

379. Abbey of Quedlinburg. Anna Sophia, 1646-1680. AB. Two-thirds 

thaler, 1676. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Helmeted shield of arms. 

380. Bishopric of Begensberg. Sede Vacante. AB. Speciesthaler, 1787. 

Obv. St. Peter. Rev. REGNANS | CAPITULUM | etc. 

881. Archbishopric of Salzbiirg. Paris of London, 1619-1663. AV. Ducat, 

1640. Square. Obv. St. Rupert seated. Rev. Shield of arms. 

882. AB. Speciesthaler, 1628. Obv. Fagade of cathedral. Rev. Casket 

borne by four bishops. 

883. Maximilian Oandolphus, 1668-1687. AV. Half-ducat, 1668. Obv. 

MAX.GAND. etc. Shield of arms. Rev. St. Rupert seated. 
384. AB. Speciesthaler, 1682. Obv. Two archbishops with shield between 

them. Rev. Bishop, St. Martin, and four martyrs. 
386. John Ernst, 1687-1727. AB. Speciesthaler, 1692. Obv. Arms; above, 

Virgin and Child. Rev. St. Rupert standing. 

386. Francis Anthony, 1709-1727. AV. Quarter-ducat, 1714. Obv. Arms. 

Rev. St. Rupert seated. 

387. AV. Ditto, 1719. 

388. Sigismund m, 1763-1771. AB. Speciesthaler, 1764. Obv. Madonna 

and Child. Rev. St. Rupert seated 1. 

389. Jerome von Colloredo Wallsee, 1772-1803. AV. Half-ducat, 1776. 

Obv. HIERONYMOVS D.G.A. & P.S. etc. Bust r. Rev. Arms 
within crowned mantle. 

390. AV. Ducat, 1794. Similar to No. 389. 



CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 483 

391. AB. Thaler, 1785. Types similar to No. 390. 

392. Bishopric of Spires. AV. Ducat, 1770. Obv. AVGVSTVS D. G. EP. 

SP. S. R. I. P. etc. Arms within an ermine mantle. Rev. Pallas 
standing between Justice and Peace. 

393. AR. Half-thaler, 1770. Legends and types similar to No. 392. 

394. Archbishopric of Treves. Werner von Falkenstein, 1388-1418. AV. 

Florin. Obv. WERNER ARC P. TRE. St. John standing facing. 
iJei;. MONET A. NOVA. WESAN. Three shields. 

395. Bishopric of Wuerzburg. Francis Ludwig, 1779-1795. AB. Spe- 

ciesthaler, 1781. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Within ermine mantle, arms 
over sword and scepter. 

396. John Gotfried, 1684r-1698. AB. Thaler, 1693. Obv. Helmeted shield 

of arms over sword and scepter. Rev. St. Killian. 46 mm. 
897. Adam Frederick, A. D. 1765-1779. AV. Ducat, 1764. Obv. Bust r. 
and oval shield. Rev. FLOREBOREDIVIVO HOCGERMINE 
PACIS. St. Killian. Date in chronogram. 



For coins of Prussia issued prior to the dissolution of the Empire, 1806, 
see page 493, Nos. 634-658. 



KINGDOM OF WESTPHALIA. 

898. Jerome Napoleon, 1807-1813. AV. 10 Thaler, 1810. Obv. HIER- 

ONYMOUS NAPOLEON. Crowned shield of arms. Rev.KOEUlG 
VON WESTPH ALIEN FR. PR. Value and date. 

899. AV. 10 Thaler, 1811. Obv. Laureated bust I. Rev. Aa No. 398. 

400. AV. 10 Thaler, 1813. As last. 

401. AV. 10 Francs, 1813. Obv. As No. 399. Rev. Value; mm— eagle 

head^— C. 

402. AB. Thaler, 1812. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. As No. 398. 

403. Ditto, 1813. As last. 

404. AB. Two-third thaler, 1810. As No. 402. 
406. Ditto, 1813. 

406. AB. 2 Francs, 1818. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. 2 MARK, within 

a wreath. 

407. AE. 6 Centimes, 1809. Obv. H N, in mongram. Rev. 5 CENT. 

Legend on the border incused. 

484 



II. MODERN GERMANY. 

KINGDOM OF BAVARIA. 

408. Maximilian Joseph I, 1806-1825. AB. Thaler, 1807. Obv. Bust r. 

Rev. Crowned shield with supporters. 

409. AE. Thaler, 1809. Obv. Head r. Rev. Scepter and sword in saltire; 

above, a crown. 

410. AB. Thaler, 1818. 06?;. Laureatedbust, cuirassed.r. ijgv. MAGNUS 

AB INTEGRO SAECLORUM NASCITUR ORDO. Strong-box 
inscribed CHARTA MAGNA BAVARIAE. 

411. AB. Thaler, 1822. Similar to No. 408. 

412. AB. Thaler, 1825. Similar to No. 409. 

413. Ludwig I, 1826-1848. AB. Kronenthaler, 1826. Obv. LUDWIG 

KOENIG VON BAYERN. Head r. Rev. GERECHT UND BE- 
HARRLICH. Crown within a wreath. 

414. AB. Speciesthaler, 1826. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. VERLEGUNG 

DER LUDWIG MAXIMILIANS SCHULE VON LANDSHUT 
NACH MUENCHEN. 
416. AB. Thaler, 1827. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. Cross of Order of Theresia. 

416. AB. Thaler, 1828. As No. 413. 

417. AB. Thaler, 1828. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. Bust of Queen Theresia 

surrounded by busts of eight children. 

418. AB. Thaler, 1832. 06^;. As No. 413. i?ei;. OTTO PRINZ V. BAYERN 

GRIECHENLANDS ERSTER KOENIG. The prince receiving 
the crown from Hellas. 

419. AB. Thaler, 1833. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. Female, standing, hold- 

ing cornucopia. Commemorates Bavaria's admission to Zollverein. 

420. AB. Thaler, 1833. Obv. Similar to 413; below bust, ZEHN EINE 

PEINE MARK. J?ei;. Monument to soldiers of Russian campaign. 

421. AB. Thaler, 1834. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. LANDTAG | 1834 | within 

oak wreath. 

422. AB. Thaler, 1836. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. Caduceus within olive 

wreath. Commemorates Bavaria's admission to German Zollverein. 

423. AB. Thaler, 1836. Obv. Similar to No. 413. Rev. Monument mark- 

ing place where Queen parted with her son, Otto. 

424. AB. Thaler, 1836. Obv. No. 420. Rev. Prince Otto chapel, marking 

his departure for Greece. 
426. AB. 3 1/2 Gulden, 1837. 06i;. AsNo. 413. 22ct. MUNZVEREINIGUNG 
SUDTEUTSCHER STAATEN. Female with scales and cornu- 
copia, standing. Edge, value. 38 mm. 

426. AB. 3 1/2 Gulden, 1838. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. DIE | EINTHEIL- 

UNG|D. KONIGREICHS I AUF GESCHICHTL. | GRUND- 
LAGE I ZUROCKGEFUHRT. Names of provinces within wreaths, 
38 mm. 

427. Commemorating marriage of Crown Prince. AB. 3 1/2 Gulden, 1842. 

Obv. As No. 413. Rev. Busts, jugate, r. 38 mm. 

428. AE. 3 1/2 Gulden, 1844. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. FELDHERRN- 

HALLE. Front view of structure. 38 mm. 

486 



486 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

429. AB. 3 1/2 Qtaden, 1848. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. Arms with sup- 

porters; below, VEREINSMUNZE. 41mm. 

430. AS. 2 Gulden, 1847. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. Arms with supporters; 

value and date. 

431. AB. Gulden, 1840. Obv. As No. 413. Rev. Value and date within 

oak wreath. 

432. AB. Gulden, 1841. As last. 

433. AB. Half-gulden, 1838. Types similar to No. 431. 

434. AB. 3 Kreutzer, 1839. 06v.* Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Value 

and date. 
436. AB. Ereutzei, 1839. Types similar to last. 

436. AE. Pfennig, 1839. Obv. Crowned arms within oak wreath. Rev. 

Value and date. 

437. AE. HeUer, 1839. Types as last. 

438. MazimiUan n, 1848-1864. AB. 3 1/2 Gulden, 1864. Obv. MAXI- 

MILIAN II— KOENIG V. BAYERN. Bust r. Rev. Crowned arms 
with supporters; below, VEREINSMUNZE. 41 mm. 

439. AB. 2 Gulden, 1866. Obv. As No. 438.. Rev. Arms with supporters; 

value and date. 
439a. AB. 2 Gulden, 1866. Obv. As No. 438. Rev. Statue of the Madonna. 
Commemorative of the restoration of Marieneaule, Munich. 

440. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1889. Obv. As No. 438. Rev. Arms; value and 

date. 

441. Ditto, 1861. 

442. AB. Gulden, 1863. Obv. As No. 438. Rev. Value and date within 

oak wreath. 

443. Ludwign, 1864-1886. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1867. 06^;. LUDWIG II— 

KOENIG V. BAYERN. Head r. iJw. Crowned arms with sup- 
porters. 

444. Ditto, 1869. 

446. AB. Gulden, 1870. Obv. As No. 443. Rev. Value within wreath. 

446. AB. Half-gulden. Types as last. 

447. AB. Kreutzer, 1869. Obv. Arms. Rev. As No. 445. 

448. AE. 2 Pfenning, 1870. Obv. Arms within oak wreath. Rev. Value 

and date. 

449. AE. 1 Pfenning, 1869. Types similar to last. 

GRAND-DUCHY OF BADEK. 

460. Charles, 1811-1818. AB. Kronenthaler, 1813. Obv. GROSSHER- 

ZOGTUM BADEN. Arms within mantle. Rev.Ysiue. 

461. Ditto, 1816. Obverse type larger. 

462. ludwig Wilhelm, 1818-1830. AV. 10 Gulden, 1819. 06i;. WILHELM 

GROSHERZOG VON BADEN. Bust r. Rev. Arma. 

463. AV. 6 Gulden, 1826. Types similar to No. 452. 

464. AV. 6 Gulden, 1830. Obv. As No. 452. Rev. Arms within Order 

chain, and the whole within olive wreath. 
466. AB. Kronenthaler, 1819. Obv. Shield of arms within ermine mantle. 
Rev. Value. 

466. AB. Kronenthaler, 1819. Obv. Similar to No. 452. Rev. Arms within 

ermine mantle; below, value. 

467. AB. 2 Gulden, 1826. Obv. As No. 452. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

468. AB. 10 Kreutzer, 1830. Obv. As No. 462. Rev. Value. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 487 

469. Leopold, 1830-1862. AE. Kronenthaler, 1831. Obv. LEOPOLD 
GROS'HERZOG VON BADEN. Bust r. iiei). Crowned arms sup- 
ported by griffins. 

460. AB. Kronenthaler, 1834. As last. 

461. AB. Gulden, 1839. Obv. As No. 459. Rev. Value and date within 

wreath. 

462. AB. 6 Kreutzer, 1834. Types as last. 

463. AE. 1 Kreutzer, 1836. Types similar to No. 461. 

464. Frederic, 1856-1907. AR. Gulden, 1863. Obv. FRIEDERICH 

GROSHERZOG VON BADEN. Head r. E«;. L BAD. LANDES- 
SCHIESSEN MANNHEIM 28 JUNI 1863. Female figure, standing. 
466. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1869. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Arms within ermine 
mantle. 

466. AB. Half-gulden, 1869. 06tJ. As No. 464. iJev. Value within wreath. 

467. AB. 3 Kreutzer, 1870. 06?;. BADEN. Arms. Rev.Yalne. 

468. AE. 1 Kreutzer, 1870. As No. 467. 

469. AE. Half-kreutzer, 1870. As No. 467. 

BRAUNSCHWEIG-WOLFENBUETTEIi. 

470. Frederick Williani, 1806-1816. AV. 10 Thaler, 1813. Obv. FRI- 

DERICVS GVLIELMVS. Crowned arms. Rev. D. G. DVX etc. 
Value. 

471. George, Prince Eegent. AV. 10 Thaler, 1817. Obv. GEORGIVS D. 

G, PRINC. REGENS. Arms. Rev. TVTOR. NOM. CAROLL 
DVCIS BRVNS.ET LVN. Value and date. 

472. AB. Twenty-fourth thaler, 1820. Obv. Free horse. Rev. Value. 

473. AB. 1 Mariengroschen, 1819. Similar to last. 

474. AB. 4 Pfennige, 1823. Similar to No. 472. 

476. Carl Frederic Wilhelm, 1823-1830. AV. 10 Thaler, 1826. Oftv. CARL. 
HERZOG ZU BR. U. LUEN. Arms, crowned. iJw. Value and 
date. 

476. AB. 12 Mariengroschen, 1830. Obv. Horse. Rev. Value. 

477. Wilhelm, 1830-1884. AV. 10 Thaler, 1831. Obv. Free horse. Rev. 

Value and date. 

478. AV. 10 Thaler, 1834. Obv. Crowned arms, supported by wild men. 

Rev. Value and date. 

479. AB. Thaler, 1838. Obv. Head r. Rev. Shield of arms within a 

mantle. 

480. Ditto, 1841. 

481. AB. Doppel vereinsthaler, 1866. Obv. Head r. Rev. Crowned arms 

within mantle. 41 mm. 

482. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1866. Types similar to last. 

KINGDOM OF HANOVER. 

483. Georg Wilhelm Frederick, 1814-1820. AV. 10 Thaler, 1814. Obv. 

Free horse. Rev. Value. 

484. Another specimen of No. 483. 

486. AV. 6 Thaler, 1816. Obv. Arms within the Garter. Rev. Value. 

486. AV. 2 1/2 Thaler, 1814. Types similar to No. 483. 

487. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1814. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Value and date. 

488. Georg Augustus Frederick, 1820-1830. AV. 10 Thaler, 1829. Obv. 

GEORGIVS IV D.G. BRIT. &. HANOV. REX F.D. Head 1. Rev. 
Value and date. 



488 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

489. AR. Two-thirds thaler, 1828. Obv. Laureated head 1. Rsv. Value. 

490. WilUam Heinrich, 1830-1837. AV. 10 Thaler, 1832. Obv. GULIEL- 

MUS IV. D.G.BRIT. ET.HANOV. REX. F.D. &c. Head r. Rev. 
Round shield of arms, crowned. 

491. AV. 6 Thaler, 1835. Obv. Similar to last. Rev. Arms crowned. 

492. AE. Sixth-thaler, 1834. Obv. Head r. Rev. Shield of arms within 

the Garter. 

493. Ernest Augustus, 1837-1861. AV. 10 Thaler, 1838. Obv. ERNEST 

AUGUST V.G.G. KOENIG V. HANOVER. Head r. /?cr. As No. 
492. 

494. AV. 10 Thaler, 1860. Obv. Head (aged) r. Rev. Arms. 
496. AV. 2 1/2 Thaler, 1839. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Value and date. 

496. AB. Thaler, 1838. Types similar to No. 493. 

497. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1839. Obv. Bust r. Rev.Ya.lne. Edge, NEC 

ASPERATERRENT. 

498. AE. Twelfth-thaler, 1838. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value. 

499. AS. 4 Pfennige, 1838. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. Value. 

600. AE. Pfennige, 1838. Obv. E A R, in monogram, crowned. Rev. 

Value. 

601. Qeorg V, 1861-1866. AV. Krone, 1867. Obv. GEORG.V.v.G.G. 

KOENIGv. HANNOVER. Headl. iJev. 1 | KRONE | 1857 | within 
wreath. 

602. AB. Thaler, 1862. Obv. Head 1. Reo. Crowned arms. Edge, N EC 

ASPERATERRENT. 
608. AB. Doppelthaler, 1864. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Arms, with supporters, 

within chain of Garter. 
604. AB. Thaler, 1866. As last. 

FRUB CITY OF BRBMEK. 

606. AB. 36 Grote, 1846. Obv. Oval shield of arms with supporters. Rev. 
Value within oak wreath. 

606. AE. 12 Grote, 1841. Obv. FREIE HANSESTADT BREMEN. Arms 

of city. Rev. Value within oak wreath. 

607. AB. 12 Grote, 1860. As No. 506, but smaller module. 

608. AB. 6 Grote, 1840. As No. 506 except value. 

609. AB. 6 Grote, 1861. As No. 508, but of smaller module. 

610. AB. Grote, 1840. As No. 506 except value. 

611. AE. Half-grote, 1841. Types similar to No. 506. 

612. AE. 2 1/2 Schwaren, 1853. Obv. Key and date. Rev. Value. 

613. AE. Schwaren, 1869. Similar to No. 512. 

614. AB. Thaler, 1865. Obv. Crowned arms with supporters; beneath, 

EIN I THALER GOLD. Rev. ZWEITES | DEUTSCHES I BUN- 
DES- I SCHIESSEN | IN BREMEN | 1855. 
616. AB. Thaler, 1871. Obv. As No. 514. Rev. ZUR ERINNERUNG | 
AN DEN I GLORREICH | ERKAMPFTEN | FRIEDEN | VOM 10 
MAI I 1871. 

FREE CITY OF FRANKFORT. 

616. AB. Thaler, 1672. Obv. MONETA. NOVA. REI : PUB : FRANCO- 

FURT*. Eagle displayed and crowned. i?ei;. Cross. 37 mm. 

617. AB. 3 1/2 Gulden, 2 Vereinsthaler, 1846. Obv. View of the city. 

Rev. Values within oak wreath. 41.5 mm. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 489 

618. AS. 2 Gulden, 1845. Obv. Crowned eagle. Rev. Value and date. 

619. AB. 2 Gulden, 1848. Obv. CONSTITUIRENDE VERSAMMLUNG 

I.D.F. STADT FRANKFURT 18 MAM848. Double eagle. Rev. 

Crowned eagle. 
520. AB. 2 Gulden, 1848. Obv. As No. 519. Rev. In field, ERZHERZOG I 

JOHANN I VON I OESTERREICH; around, ERWAHLT ZUM 

REICHSVERWESERetc. 36 mm. 
621. AR. 2 Gulden, 1855. Obv. Crowned eagle. Rev. ZUR | DRITTEN | 

SACULARFEIER | DES | RELIGIONS I FRIEDENS | VOM 25 

SEPT I 1555 - ... - 1855. 

522. AB. Gulden, 1838. Obv. FREIE STADT. Eagle; below, FRANK- 

FURT. Rev. 1 I GULDEN | 1838. 

523. AB. Gulden, 1863. Obv. Crowned eagle. Rev. 1 | GULDEN | 1863 | 

within a wreath. 

624. AB. Half-gulden,. 1838. Similar to No. 522. 

625. AB. 6 Kreutzer, 1838. Types similar to No. 522. 
526. AB. 3 Kreutzer, 1838. Ditto. 

627. AB. Kreutzer, 1838. Ditto. 

628. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1859. Obv. Female bustr. Rev. Crowned eagle. 

Edge, STARK IM RECHT. 

629. AB. Ditto, 1860. 

630-531. AB. Doppelvereinsthaler, 1861. Types similar to No. 528. 

PRINCEPAI.ITY OF BESSE. 

632. Wilhelm n, 1821-1847. AB. TMrd-thaler, 1824. 06i;. WILHELM II. 

KURF.S.L.HESSEN.G.H.V.FULDA. Bustr. i^ei;. Value and date. 

633. AV. 6 Thaler, 1840. 06v.WILH.II.KURF.U.FRIEDR.WILH.KURPR. 

U.MITREG. Arms. i?etJ. In field, value and date. 

634. AB. Thaler, 1836. Legends and types similar to No. 533, except value 

and date. 

635. AB. Sixth-thaler, 1831. Types similar to No. 532. 

636. AB. Sixth-thaler, 1835. 61;. As No. 532. iJew. KURFURSTENTHUM 

HESSEN. In field, value and date. 
537. AB. Sixth-thaler, 1836. As No. 536. 
638-539. Frederic Wilhelm, 1847-1866. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1836. Obv. 

FRIEDR. WILHELM I KURFURST V. HESSEN. Head r. Rev. 

Arms within an ermine mantle. Edge, gott mit uns. 33 mm. 

GRAND DUCHY OF HESSE-DARMSTADT. 

640. Ludwig I, 180&-1830. AB. Speciesthaler, 1809. Obv. LUDEWIG 

GROSHERZOG VON HESSEN. Bust r. Rev. Crowned arms. 
40 mm. 

641. AB. Kronenthaler, 1825. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Arms within ermine 

mantle. 39 mm. 

642. Ludwig H, 1830-1848. AV. 5 Gulden, 1840. Obv. LUDWIG II 

GROSHERZOG VON HESSEN. Head L Rev.AabU. 

643. AB. Kronenthaler, 1836. Obv. Similar to No. 542. Rev. Arms 

within ermine mantle. 
544. AB. 3 1/2 Gulden, or Doppelvereinsthaler, 1839. Obv. Head r. Rev. 

3-1/2 GULDEN • 2 THALER; within a wreath, VEREINS 

MUNZE I 1839. 
646. AB. Hall-gulden, 1838. Obv. As 542. Rev. 1/2 | GULDEN | 1838 | 

within a wreath. 19.5 mm. 



490 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

646. AB. Ditto, 1839. 

647. AK. Gulden, 1840. Legends and types similar to No. 543. 

648. Ludwigm, 1848-1877. AE. Vereinsthaler, 1869. Obv. LUDWIG III 

GROSHERZOG VON H ESSEN. Head 1. Rev. Crowned arms 
with supporters. 33 mm. 

649. Ditto, 1870. 

MECKliENBURO - S CHWERIN. 

660. Frederic Pranz I, 1786-1837. AR. Two-tWrds-thaler, 1808. Obv. 

FRIED. FRANZ V.G.G.HERZOG ZU MECKLENB. SCHWERIN. 
Oval shield of arms, on crowned cartouche. Rev. Value. 

661. AS. Two-thirds tlialer, 1828. Obv. Headl. Rev. Arms within ermine 

mantle. 

662. AB. 8 Schillinge, 1827. Obv. F.F. in monogram. Rev. Value and 

date. 
683. AS. 4 Schillinge, 1830. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Value and date. 

664. AV. 10 Thaler, 1831. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Shield supported by bull 

and griffin, within ermine mantle. 

665. Paul Frederic, 1837-1842. AV. 10 Thaler, 1839. 06i'. PAUL FRIEDR. 

GROSSHERZOG V. MECKLENBURG SCHWERIN. Head r. 
Rev. As No. 554. 

666. AK. Two-thirds thaler, 1840. Obv. Head r. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms. 

667. Frederic Franz H, 1842-1883. AB. Thaler, 1864. Obv. FRIEDERICH 

FRANZ V.G.G. GROSSH.V. MECKLENB. SCHW. Headr. Rev. 
Crowned arms. 
668-669. AB. Thaler, 1870. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Round shield of arms 
within the Garter. 

NASSAU. 

660-661. Frederic, 1806-1816. AB. Thaler. 1813. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 
Crowned arms. 

662. Wilhelm, 1816-1839. AB. Kronenthaler, 1817. Obv. Arms within 

ermine laurel. Rev. Value within wreath of laurel. 

663. AB. Kronenthaler, 1818. Obv. Bust r. Rev. As obverse of No. 562. 

664. Ditto, 1825. Types as last. 

666. AB. Gulden, 1838. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Value within oak wreath. 
666. AE. Half-gulden, 1839. Types as last. 

867. AE. Half-gulden, 1840. Ditto. 

868. AE. 6 Kreutzer, 1860. Obv. Arms. Rev. As No. 565. 

669. Adolph, 1839-1866. AE. Vereinsthaler, 1860. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. 

Shield of arms with supporters. 

670. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1864. Obv. Head, laureated, 1. Rev. ZUR FEIER 

25 JAEHRIGER SEGENSREICHER REGIERUNG; 1864 within 
wreath. 

GRAND DUCHY OF OIiDECfBURG. 

671. Peter Frederic Wilhelm, 1785-1823. Thud Thaler, 1816. Oftr. Shield 

of arms within ermine mantle. Rev. Value and date. 

672. AE. 12 Grote, 1816. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Value and date. 

673. Nicholas Frederic Peter, 1853-1900. AE. Vereinsthaler, 1858. Obv. 

NICOLAUS FRIEDR. PETER GR. H.V.OLDENBURG. Head L 
Rev. Crowned arms. 

674. Ditto, 1866. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 491 
KINGDOM OF SAXONY. 

676. Frederic Augustus, 1806-1827. AV. 10 Thaler, 1817. Obv. FRID. 

AVGVST. D.G. REX SAXONIAE. Bust r. 22^. Oval shield, 

crowned. 
676. AV. 10 Thaler, 1818. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. As No. 575. 
577. AE. Thaler, 1809. Types similar to No. 575. 

678. AR. Thaler, 1819. Similar to No. 576. 

679. AB. Thaler, 1820. Ditto. 

680. AB. Speciesthaler, 1821. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. DER SEGEN DES 

BERGBAUES. Oval shield of arms, crowned. 

681. AE. Speciesthaler, 1823. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Crowned arms. 

582. AB. Speciesthaler, 1824. 06i;. Bust 1. Shorter than 581. Rev. DER 
SEGEN DES BERGBAUES. Shield of arms. 

683. AR. Speciesthaler, 1824. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Shield, with curved sides, 

crowned. 

684. AB. Ditto, 1826. 

585. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1813. Types as No. 575. 

586. Anthony Clement, 1827-1836. AV. 10 Thaler, 1830. Obv. ANTON V. 

KOENIG VON SACHSEN. Head r. i^et;. Crowned shield of arms 
within olive wreath. 

687. AV. 6 Thaler, 1834. Similar to last. 

688. AB. Speciesthaler, 1835. Types similar to No. 586. 
589. AB. Ditto, 1836. 

690. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1827. Similar to No. 586. 

691. AB. Sixth thaler, 1829. Similar to No. 586. 

692. Frederic Augustus, 1836-1864. AV. 6 Thaler, 1839. Obv. FRIED- 

RICH AUGUST V.G.G. KOENIG V. SACHSEN. Head r. Rev. 
Crowned arms. 

693. AB. Speciesthaler, 1836. Types similar to No. 592. 

694. AB. Ditto, 1838. 

695. AB. Conventionthaler, 1839. Obv. As No. 692. Rev. Shield of arms 

within ermine mantle. 
596. AB. Ditto, 1841. 

697. AB. Sixth-thaler, 1841. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Value and date. 

698. AB. Twelfth-thaler, 1836. Similar to last. 

699. AB. 2 Neu-Groschen, 1841. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. 

Value. 

600. AB. Neugroschen, 1841. As laat. 

601. AE. 2 Pfennige, 1841. As No. 599. 

602-603. John, 1854-1873. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1866. Obv. lOHANN 
V.G.G. KOENIG VON SACHSEN. Head 1. iJe?;. Arms within 
ermine mantle. 

604-605. AB. Doppelvereinsthaler, 1868. Obv. As last. Rev. ZWEI VER- 
EINSTHALER. Arms within ermine mantle. 

606. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1866. Obv. As No. 602. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms; below, PROVIDENTIAE MEMOR. 

607. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1866. Obv. As No. 602. Rev. SEGEN DES 

BERGBAUES. Shield of arms supported by prince and peasant. 

GRAND DTTCHY OP 8AXB-WEIMAK. 

608. Carl August, 1815-1828. AB. Speciesthaler, 1816. Obv. GROSS- 

HERZOGTHUM SACHSEN. Arms crowned. /?ev. Within wreath, 

DEM I VATERLANDE. I 1815. 



492 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

609. Carl Frederic, 182»-1853. AS. Vereinstlialer, 1841. Obv. Head 1. 

Rev. Shield of arms, crowned. 

610. Carl Alexander, 1853-1901. A3,. Vereinsthaler, 1868. Obv. Head 1. 

Rev. Crowned arms within mantle. 

611. AS. Vereinsthaler, 1870. As last. 

SAXE-MEININGKN. 

612. Bemhard. 1803-1866. AS. Gulden, 1838. Obv. BERN HARD HER- 

ZOG ZU SACHSEN MEININGEN. Head 1. iJet. Value and date. 

613. AS 3 13 Gulden or Doppeltlialer, 1854. Obv. Bearded head 1. Rev. 

Helmeted arms within mantle. 

saxe-altenbtjug. 

614. Ernst, 1863-. AS. Vereinsthaler, 1869. Obv. ERNST HERZOG 

VON SACHSEN ALTENBURG. Head r. Rev. Arms within a 
mantle. 

8 AXE- C OBURG - G OTHA. 

616. Ernst I, 1806 (1826 )-1844. AS. 20 Kreutzer, 1836. O&v. Bust 1. Rev. 
Crowned shield of arms. 

616. Ernst n, 1844-1893. AS. 3 12 Gulden, or 2 Thaler, 1854. Obv. 

Head 1. Rev. Arms within ermine mantle. 

KINGDOM OF WUbTEMBERG. 

617. Frederic I, 1805-1816. AS. 6 Kreutzer, 1808. Obv. F R in mono- 

gram. Rev. Round shield of arms, crowned. 

618. AS. Kronenthaler, 1810. Obv. FRIDERICH I. KOENIG VON 

V/URTTEMBERG. Short bust 1. Rev. Shield supported by lion 
and stag. 

619. AS. Thaler, 1812. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 618. 

620. Wilhelm I, 1816-1864. AV. Ducat, 1818. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Similar 

to No. 618. 

621. AV. 6 Gulden, 1825. Obv. As last. Rev. Heart-shaped shield within 

oak and olive wreath. 

622. AV. Ducat, 1841. 06r. Headl. i?ev. Shield of arms with supporters. 

623. AS. Kronenthaler, 1817. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Value, crown, and date, 

within wreath. 

624. AS. Gulden, 1824. Obv. As No. 620. Rev. Round shield, crowned. 
626. AS. Kronenthaler, 1825. Legends and types as No. 621. 

626. Ditto, 1833. Oftr. As No. 620. i?^'. HANDELSFREIHEIT DURCH 

EINTRACHT. Female standing; cornucopia, aged man reclining. 

627. Ditto, 1837. Similar to No. 625. 

628. Carl I, 1864^1891. Doppelthaler, 1869. Obv. Head r. Rev. ZUR 

ERINNERUNG AN D. WIEDERHERSTELLUNG D. MUEN- 
STERS IN ULM. View of cathedral. 

629. AS. Vereinsthaler, 1870. Obv. As No. 628. Rev. Shield of arms 

supported by Uon and stag. 

630. AS. Half-gulden, 1870. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value and date within 

a wreath. 

631. AS. 1 Kreutzer, 1871. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev.Yalne and date. 

632. AE. Half-kreutzer, 1870. As last. 

633. AE. Quarter-kreutzer, 1872. Ditto. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 493 
DUCHY OF PRUSSIA. 

634. Albert von Brandenburg, 1525-1568. AB. 3 Oroschen, 1546. Obv. 

Headr. Rev.lW \ GROSS:AR | TRIPLEX | ALBER:DVC. I PRVS- 

SIE I 1545. 
636. Frederic Wilhelm, 1640-1688. AB. Two-tMrds tbaler, 1688. Obv. 

Cuirassed bust r. Rev. Crowned shild of arms. 

636. Frederic m, 1688-1701-1713. AR. Two-thirds tbaler, 1689. 06?;. 

Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

637. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1689. As last, but narrower shield on reverse. 

KINODOM OF PRUSSIA. 

638. Frederic Wilhelm I, 1713-1740. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1714. Obv. 

FRID.WILH. D.G.REX BORUSSIAE. Bust r. Rev. Notched 
shield of arms. 

639. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1720. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Round shield of 

arms. 

640. Frederick U, 1740-1786. AV. Doppel Frederick d'Or, 1760. Obv. 

FREDERICVS BORUSSORVM REX. Bust r. Rev. Eagle on 
trophy of arms. 

641. AV. Doppel Frederick d'Or, 1767. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. 

Eagle on arms 

642. AV. Frederick d'Or, 1752. Obv. As No. 640. Rev. Eagle on arms. 

643. AV. Frederick d'Or, 1763. Obv. Head r. Rev. Crowned eagle perched 

on trophy. 

644. AV. Frederick d'Or, 1776. As No. 641. 

645. AV. Half Frederick d'Or, 1763. Similar to No. 643. 

646. AB. Beichsthaler, 1750. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Eagle perched on a 

trophy of arms. mm. F. 

647. AB. Ditto, 1764. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. As last. 

648. AB. Beichsthaler, 1785. Similar to No. 646. mm. A. 

649. Ditto, 1786. 

650. AB. Half-reichsthaler, 1764. As 647. 

651. AB. Third-thaler, 1769. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value and date. 

652. Ditto, 1771. 

653. Ditto, 1774. 

654. Frederick Wilhelm H, 1786-1797. AV. Frederick d'Or, 1796. Obv. 

FRIED:WILHELM III. KOENIG VON PREUSSEN. Bustr. Rev. 
Eagle on trophy. 

655. Ditto, 1796. 

656. AB. Thaler, 1791. Obv. Cuirassed bust r. Rev. Crowned eagle on 

scepter. 

667. AB. Thaler, 1796. Obv. As last. Rev. Crowned arms supported by 

wild man. 

668. AB. Third-thaler, 1788. 06v. As 656. iJcv. Crowned shield of arms. 



669. Frederick Wilhelm m, 1797-1840. AV. Doppel Frederick d'Or, 1801. 
Obv. FRIEDR. WILHELM III. KOENIG VON PREUSSEN. Bust 
1. Rev. Crowned eagle on trophy. 

660. AV. Frederick d'Or, 1803. Similar to last. 

661. AV. Half Frederick d'Or, 1817. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Eagle on a trophy. 

662. AV. Doppel Frederick d'Or, 1831. 06i;. Headr. iJet;. Eagle on trophy. 

663. AV. Frederick d'Or, 1825. As last. 

664. AV. Frederick d'Or, 1835. Similar to 662. 



494 CATALOGUE OF COINS,. TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

666. AE. Thaler, 1802. Obv. Bust I. Rev. Arms supported by wild man. 

666. AB. Beichstlialer, 1814. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Value and date within 

oak wreath. 

667. Ditto, 1816. 

668. AB. Thaler, 1818. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Eagle on trophy, mm. A. 

669. Ditto, 1819. mm. D. 

670. AB. Conventions-thaler, 1824. Obv. Head r. Rev. Crowned shield 

of arms. 

671. Ditto, 1826. 

672. AB. Thaler, 1829. Similar to No. 670. 

673. AB. Thaler, 1832. Obv. Head r. Rev. SEGEN DES I MANS- 

FELDER I BERGBAUES. 

674. AB. 2 Thaler or 3 1/2 Gulden, 1840. Obv. Head r. Rev. Shield of 

arms within ermine mantle. 

676. AB. Two-thirds thaler, 1801. Obv. Oval shield of arms. Rev. Value. 
678. Fifth-thaler, 1822. Obv. Head r. Rev. Shield of arms. 

676a. Ditto, 1826. 

677. AB. Groschen, 1821. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value and date. 

678. AB. Half-groschen, 1831. As last. 

679. Frederick William IV, 1840-1861. AV. Frederick d'Or, 1866. Obv. 

FRIEDR. WILHELM IV KOENIG V. PREUSSEN. Headr. Rev. 
Crowned eagle perched on trophy. 

680. AV. Half Frederick d'Or, 1865. As last. 

681. AB. 2 Thaler or 3 1/2 Gulden, 1841. Obv. Head r. Rev. Shield of 

arms within ermine mantle. 

682. Ditto, 1842. 

683. AB. Conventionsthaler, 1881. Obv. Head r. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms within Order chain. 

684. Ditto, 1866. 

686. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1867. Obv. Headr. Bet). Prussian eagle, crowned. 

686. Ditto, 1869. As last. 

687. Wilhelm I, 1861-1871. AV. Krone, 1867. 06v. WILHELM KOENIG 

VON PREUSSEN. Headr. i?et;. Value and date. 

688. AV. Half-krone, 1867. As last. 

689-690. AB. Kronungsthaler, 1861. Obv. Busts of king and queen r. Rev. 
Eagle; W and A', crowned, in form of cross, and R's in angles. 

691. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1867. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Eagle. 

692. Ditto, 1867. 

693. AB. 2 Vereinsthaler, 1867. As No. 691. 

694. Vereinsthaler, 1871. As No. 691. 

696. AB. Sixth-thaler, 1867. Types similar to No. 691. 

696. AB. 2 1/2 Groschen, 1867. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value. 

697. AB. 2 1/2 Grsochen, 1871. As No. 696. 

698. AB. 1 Groschen, 1867. As 696. 

699. AB. 1 Groschen, 1871. As No. 696. 

700. AB. Half-groschen, 1867. Ditto. 

701. AE. 4 Pfennige, 1871. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value. 

702. AE. 2 Pfennige, 1871. As last. 

703. AE. 1 Pfennig, 1871. Ditto. 



in. THE GERMAN EMPIBE. 

PRUSSIA. 

704. Willielm 1, 1871-1888. AV. 20 Mark, 1872. Obv. WILHELM 
DEUTSCHER KAISER KOENIG V. PREUSSEN. Head r. Rev. 
Eagle. 

706. AB. Mark, 1874. Obv. DEUTSCHES REICH. Value within wreath. 
Rev. Eagle. 

706. AR. 20 Pfennige, 1876. Obv. Eagle. Rev. Value. 

707. N. 10 Pfennige, 1874. Types similar to No. 706. 

708. N. 6 Pfennige, 1874. Ditto. 

709. AE. 2 Pfennige, 1874. Ditto. 

710. AE. 1 Pfennig, 1874. Ditto. 

711. Frederick, 1888. AV. 20 Mark. 06y. FRIEDERICH DEUTSCHER 

KAISER KOENIG V. PREUSSEN. Head r. i?et;. Eagle. 
712-713. AV. 10 Mark. As last. 
714. AB. 6 Mark. Types similar to No. 711. 
716. AR. 2 Mark. Ditto. 

716. Wilhelm H, 1888-. AV. 20 Mark, 1888. Obv. WILHELM II 

DEUTSCHER KAISER KOENIG V. PREUSSEN. Head r. Rev. 
Eagle. 

717. AV. 20 Mark, 1903. As last. 

718. AV. 10 Mark, 1903. Ditto. 

719. AR. 6 Mark, 1901. Obv. FRIEDERICH I 1701 -WILHELM II. 1901. 

Busts 1. Rev. Eagle. 

720. AR. 2 Mark, 1901. Similar to laat. 

721. AR. 5 Mark, 1903. Types similar to No. 716. 

722. AR. 3 Mark, 1908. Types similar to No. 716. 

723. AR. Mark, 1903. Ditto. 

724. AR. 60 Pfennige, 1903. Ditto. 

725. AR. Half-mark, 1906. Obv. Eagle. Rev. 1/2 | MARK within wreath. 

726. N. 26 Pfennige, 1909. Obv. DEUTSCHES REICH. Eagle. Rev. 

25 I PFENNIG between wheat heads. 

727. N. 10 Pfennige, 1903. Obv. Eagle. Rev. Value. 

728. N. 6 Pfennige, 1903. As last. 

729. AE. 2 Pfennige, 1903. Ditto. 

730. AE. 1 Pfennig, 1903. Ditto. 

GRAND DUCHY OF BADEN. 

731. Frederick, Regent, then Grand Duke, 1862(1856)-1907. AR. 6 Mark, 

1876. 06v. FRIEDERICH GROSHERZOG VON BADEN. Head 
1. Rev. Eagle. 

732. AR. 6 Mark, 1902. Obv. Head r. Rev. Eagle. 

733. AR. 5 Mark, 1902. Jubilee Piece. Obv. As No. 732, but with branch 

of laurel beneath bust, and dates 1852-1902. Rev. Eagle. 
1666° — 12 32 495 



496 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

734. AB. 2 Mark, 1876. Similar to No. 731. 

736. AB. 2 Mark, 1906. Obv. FRIEDERICH UND LUISE VON BADEN. 
1856-1906. Busts r. jR^d. Eagle. 

736. Frederick H, 1907-. AB. 3 Mark, 1908. Obv. FRIEDERICH II 

GROSSHERZOG VON BADEN. Head 1. Rev. Eagle. 

KINGDOM OP BAVARIA. 

737. Otto, 1886-. AV. 10 Mark, 1888. Obv. OTTO KOENIG VON 

BAYERN. Head 1. iiet;. Imperial eagle. 

738. AB. 6 Mark, 1891. Legends and types similar to last. 

739. AB. 3 Mark, 1908. Ditto. 

GRAKD DUCHY OF HESSE. 

740. Ludwig HI, 1848-1877. AB. 6 Mark, 1875. Obv. LUDV\^IG III 

GROSHERZOG VON HESSE. Head r. iJev. Imperial eagle. 

741. Ernest Ludwig m, 1892-. AB. 5 Mark, 1896. Obv. Head 1. Rev. 

Eagle. 

FRBB CITY OF HAMBURG. 

742. AB. 2Mark, 1876. Obv. FREIE UND HANSE STADT HAMBURG. 

Arms of Hamburg. Rev. Imperial eagle. 

743. Ditto, 1903. 

744. AB. 3 Mark, 1908. Similar to No. 742, except value. 

MECKIjENBURG-SCHWERIN. 

746. Frederick Franz IV, 1897-. AB. 2 Mark, 1901. Obv. FRIEDERICH 
FRANZ V. G. G. GROSSH. V. MECKLENB. SCHV^. Head r. 
Rev. Eagle. 

GRAND DtJCHY OF'OL.DENBURG. 

746. Frederick August, 1900-. AB. 2 Mark, 1900. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 

Eagle. 

KINGDOM OP SAXONY. 

747. Albert, 1873-1903. AV. 20 Mark, 1894. Obv. ALBERT KOENIG 

VON SACHSEN. Head r. Rev.E&gle. 

748. AB. 6 Mark, 1893. Legends and types similar to No. 747. 

749. Georg, 1903-1904. AB. 6 Mark, 1903. Obv. GEORG KOENIG VON 

SACHSEN. Head r. TieiJ. Imperial eagle. 

750. AB. 2 Mark, 1902. Legends and types similar to last. 

751. Ditto, 1903. 

752. Frederick Augustus, 1903-. AB. 3 Mark, 1909. Obv. FRIEDRICH 

AUGUST KOENIG V. SACHSEN. Head r. Rev. Eagle. 

GRAND DUCHY OF SAXE-WEIMAR. 

763. Wilhelm Ernest, 1901-. AB. 2 Mark, 1901. Obv. Head 1. Rev. 

Eagle. 

764. AB. 5 Mark, 1903. Obv. V^ILHELM ERNST-CAROLINE GROSZ- 

HERZOG U. GROSZHERZOGIN V. SACHSEN. Busts r. Rev. 
Es^le. 
766. AB. 2 Mark, 1903. As last. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 497 
SAXE- MEININGEN. 

766. Gcorg H. AB. 3 Mark, 1908. Obv. GEORG II. HERZOG VON 

SACHSEN-MEININGEN. Bust 1. Rev. Eagle. 

SAXB-AIiTENBURG. 

767. Ernst. AH. 6 Mark, 1901. Obv. ERNST HERZOG VON SACHSEN 

ALTENBURG. Head r. i^ei;. Eagle. 

768. Ditto, 1903. 

KINGDOM OF Wt^RTEMBBBG. 

769. Carl I, 1864-1891. AV. 6 Mark, 1877. Obv. KARL KOENIG VON 

WUERTTEMBERG. Headr. i^ev. Imperial eagle. 

760. AR. 6 Mark, 1875. Legends and types similar to last. 

761. Willielm n, 1891-. AR. 6 Mark, 1903. 06v. WILHELM II. KOENIG 

VON WUERTTEMBERG. Headr. Rev. Eagle. 

762. AR. 2 Mark, 1903. Legends and types similar to last. 

763. AR. 3 Mark, 1908. Ditto. Edge, gott mit uns. 



STJPPLEMENTAEY TO EOMAN-GEKMAN EMPIEE. 

SILESIA. 

1. AV. Ducat, 1639. Obv. Eagle. Rev. SALVS ET VICTORIA NOSTRA 



Obv. Eag 
j; JEHOV 



within a circle; JEHOV A above clouds. 

BRESIiAU. 

2. AV. Ducat, Obv. Bust r. Rev. ORE ET CORDE S.P.Q.V\^. 

IjIEGNITZ. 

3. George m, and brothers, 1639-1664. AV. Ducat, 1659. Obv. D.G. 

GEORGIUS.LUDOVIC. & CHRISTIA.FRAT. Three facing busts 
with swords. Rev. Shield of arms. 

4. AB. Thaler, 1662. As No. 3, but without swords in hands of the dukes. 
6. AB. Thaler, 1669. As No. 3, but two on left grasp swords with right 

hands, the one on right with the left. 



BOHEMIA. 

1. John I, 1310-1347. AB. Grossus. Obv. A crown. Rev. G ROSSI 

PRAGENSES. Lion. 

2. Ladislas n, 1471-1616. AB. Grossus. Obv. Typea as No. 1. 

3. Frederic, 1619-1620. AB. Half-thaler, 1620. Obv. Draped bust 

crowned. Rev. Round shield of arms. 

4. Protestant Bevolt of 1618-1620. AB. Quarter-thaler, 1619. Obv. Crown 

and dat^. Rev. Lion. 
6. Counts Schlick. AB. Thaler, 1619. Obv. LVDOVICVSOPRIMODO 
GRACIAOROBOO Lion. Rev. AR(ma) DOMI(norum) SLI 
(ckorum) STE(fani) ET FRA(trum) CO{mitum) D(e) B(assano). 
St Joactuni standing 1. The Joachimsthaler. 



TRANSYLVAITIA. 



1. Sigismund Bathori, 1681-1596. AB. Thaler. Obv. Bust, with cuirass, 

r. Rev. Shield of arms. 

2. Gabriel Bethlen, 1613-1629. AB. Thaler, 1627. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 

Shield of arms crowned. 

3. George Bakoczy, 1649-1658. AV. Ducat, 1650. Obv. GEO. RA. D. G. 

TRA. Bust in cuirass. Rev. Virgin and Holy Child. 

4. Michael I, Apalfi, 1662-1668. AB. Thaler, 1664. Obv. Half-length 

bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

498 



HUNGARY. 

1. Stephen I, A. D. 997-1038. AB. Denarius. Obv. STEPHANVS REX. 

Across. jRev. CIVITAS REGIA. Cross. 

2. Andrew I, A. D. 1047-1061. AB. Denarius. Obv. ANDREAS REX. 

Cross, with triple arms. Rev. Cross. 

3. Bela I, A. D 1061-1074. AE. Obv. REX BELA REX STS. Bela and 

son Steplien seated. Rev. Ttie Virgin seated. 

4. Louis I, A. D. 1342-1382. AR. Denarius. Obv. LODOVICI. Shield. 

Rev. St. Ladislaus standing facing. 
6. Ladislaus V, A. D. 1452-1458. AV. Ducat. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. 
St. Ladislaus standing. 

6. Matthias Corvinus, A. D. 1458-1490. AV. Ducat. Obv. Madonna and 

Child. Rev. St. Ladislaus; in field, K P. 

7. AV. Ducat. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. St. Ladislaus; in field, N ; to 

right, shield. 

8. AV. Ducat. Obv. As No. 7. Rev. As No. 7 with crossed hammers on 

shield. 

9. AV. Ducat. Types as No. 7 with H M in field. 

UNDER AUSTRIA. 

10. Ferdinand I, A. D. 1540-1663. AV. Ducat, 1549. Obv. Virgin and 

Child. Rev. St. Ladislaus. 

11. AB. Thaler, 1566. Obv. Crowned bust r. Rev. Shield of arms. 

12. Bodolph n, A. D. 1576-1612. AV. Ducat, 1699. Obv. Virgin and 

Child. Rev. St. Ladislaus. 

13. AB. Thaler, 1585. Obv. Crowned bust r. Rev. Imperial eagle; mm. 

NB. 

14. AB. Thaler, 1592. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Imperial eagle. 

18. Ferdinand m, A. D. 1625-1647. AV. Ducat, 1646. Obv. King, crowned, 
standing r. Rev. Virgin and Child. 

16. Ditto, 1668. 

17. AB. Thaler, 1646. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Austrian eagle. 

18. Leopold I, A. D. 1658-1705. AV. Sixth-ducat. Obv. Laureated bust r. 

Rev. Virgin and Child. 

19. AB. Thaler, 1691. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Imperial eagle. 

20. AB. Thaler, 1695. As No. 19. 

21. AB. Half-thaler, 1693. As No. 19. 

22. AB. Half-thaler, 1704. Obv. Garnished shield of arms. Rev. PA- 

TRONAHVNG:! 704. Virgin and Child. 

23. Charles VI, A. D. 1712-1741. AV. Ducat, 1724. Obv. CAROLVS.VI. 

D.G.R.T.S.A.G.H.H.B.R., reading from top of field. The emperor 
standing r. Rev. Virgin and Child. 

24. AV. Ducat, 1738. Obv. Same titles, etc., as Nor. 23, but reading from 

bottom. Rev. As No. 23. 

25. Maria Theresia, A. D. 1741-1780. AV. Ducat, 1742. Obv. MA. THE- 

RESIA D.G.REG.HV.BO. The empress standing r. Rev. As 
No. 23. 

26. AB. Thaler, 1757. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Virgin and Child 

standing. 

27. AB. Thaler, 1761. As No. 26. 

499 



500 CATALOGUE OP COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

28. AH. Thaler, 1780. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Madonna and 

Child seated. 

29. AB. Half-thaler, 1780. As No. 28. 

30-31. Joseph U, A. D. 1780-1790. AK. Thaler, 1780. lOS.II.D.G.IMP. 

S.A.G.H.B.REX.A.A.D.B. &. L. Same types as No. 28. 
82. AV. Ducat, 1784. Obv. King, crowned. Rev. Virgin and Child 

seated. 

33. Ferdinand I, A. D. 1835-1848. AV. Ducat, 1839. Obv. FERD.I.D.G. 

AVST.IMP.HVNG.B.REX.etc. King standing r. JJcv. Virgin and 
Child. 

34. AV. Ducat, 1848. Obv. V.FERD.MAGY.H.T.ORSZ. etc. Emperor 

standing 1. Rev. Virgin and Child. 
86. AB. Thaler, 1839. Obv. Head r. Rev. As No. 33. 

36. AE. Florin, 1839. Types as No. 35. 

37. AB. 20 Kreutzer, 1839. Types as No. 35. 

38. AE. 10 Kreutzer, 1839. Types as No. 35. 

39. AB. 20 Kreutzer, 1848. Obv. Head r. Rev. Virgin and Child. 

40. AE. Kreutzer, 1848. Obv. Crowned shield. Rev. Value and date. 

41. Francis Joseph, 1848-. AV. 10 Francs, 1870. 06?;. FERENCZ JOSEF 

I.K.A.CS.ES.M.H.S.D.O.AP.KIR. Head r. iJeu. Crowned shield 
of arms. 

42. AV. 10 Francs, 1871. Similar to No. 41. 

43. AB. Florin, 1871. Obv. FERENCZ JOSEF A. CSASAR. Laureated 

head r. Rev. Crown supported by two angels over shield of arms. 

44. AB. Florin, 1871. Obv. As No. 41. Rev. Crowned shield of arms 

within beaded circle. 

45. AB. Florin, 1891. Obv. Similar to No. 41. Rev. Crowned shield with 

in-curved sides. 

46. AB. 20 Kreutzer, 1870. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value and crown. 

47. AB. 10 Kreutzer, 1870. Similar to No. 46. 

48. AB. 6 Kreutzer, 1849. Obv. MAGYAR KIRALYI VALTO PENZ. 

Crowned shield. Rev. Value and date. 

49. AE. 4 Kreutzer, 1868. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Value and date. 
60. AB. 3 Kreutzer, 1849. Similar to No. 48. 



61. AV. 20 Kronen, 1892. Obv. Emperor standing. Rev. Crowned shield 

of arms supported by angels. 

62. Ditto, 1904. 

63. AV. 10 Kronen, .1904. Types similar to No. 51. 

64. Ditto, 1905. 

65. AB. 5 Korona, 1900. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Crown supported 

by angels. 

66. AB. 1 Korona, 1895. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value and crown. 

67. N. 20 Filler, 1893.. Obv. Crown and date. Rev. Value in wreath. 



68. Jubilee Coinage. AV. 100 Krona, 1907. Obv. Emperor standing r. 

holdmg scepter and orb. 7?ei' . M A G Y A R K I R A L Y S A G . Crowned 
shield. 

69. AV. 100 Korona, 1907. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Anointing of the 

king. 
60. AB. 6 Korona, 1907. Types similar to No. 59. 



AUSTRIA. 

1. Francis I, 1806-1835. AV. 4 Ducats, 1830. Obv. Laureated bust r. 

Rev. Double eagle. 

2. AV. Ducat, 1834. Types similar to No. 1. 

3. AK. Thaler, 1821. Obv. FRANCISCVS I.D.G.AVSTRIAE IMPERA- 

TOR. Laureated bust r. Rev. Double eagle, mm. y, 

4. AB. Thaler, 1834. Types as No. 3. mm. A. 
6. Ditto, 1835. 

6. AB. 20 Kreutzer, 1826. Obv. Laureated head. Rev. Double eagle. 

7. Ditto, 1834. 

8. AK. 5 Kreutzer, 1833. Types as No. 6. 

9. AR. 3 Kreutzer, 1828. Types as No. 6. 

10. AB. 3 Kreutzer, 1833. Similar to No. 6, but with value on eagle's 

breast. 

11. AE. Kruetzer, 1816. Obv. Crowned shield. Rev. Value and date. 

12. AE. Kreutzer, 1816. Types as No. 11; smaller planchet. 

13. AE. Half-kreutzer, 1816. Types as No. 11. 

14. AE. Quarter-kreutzer, 1816. Types as No. 11. 

15. Ferdinand I, A. D. 1835-1848. AV. 4 Ducats, 1840. Obv. FERD.I.D. 

G.AVSTR.IMP. HVNG. BOH. R.H.N. V. Laureated bust r. Rev. 
Double eagle. 

16. AV. Ducat, 1840. Similar to No. 15. 

17. AB. Thaler, 1840. Obv. Short bust r. Rev. Double eagle. 

18. AB. Gulden, 1840. Types as No. 17. 

19. AB. 20 Kreutzer, 1840. Types as No. 17. 

20. AB. 10 Kreutzer, 1840. Types as No. 17. 

21. AB. 6 Kreutzer, 1840. Types as No. 17. 

22. AB. 3 Kreutzer, 1840. Types as No. 17. 

23. Francis Joseph I, 1848-. AB. 6 Kreutzer, 1848. Obv. Crowned shield. 

Rev. Value and date. 
24-28. AE. 3, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4 Kreutzer pieces, 1851. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. 

Value. 
29. AB. Vereinsthaler, 1857. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Double eagle. 
30-32. AB. 20, 10, 5 Kreutzer pieces, 1870. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. 

Eagle. 

33. AV. 4 Ducats, 1871. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Double eagle with 

shield of arms on breast. 

34. AV. Ducat, 1871. Obv: Laureated head r. Rev. As No. 33. 

85. AV. 4. Florin, 1871. Obv. Laureated head. Rev. IMPERIVM AVS- 
TR I ACV M . Small double eagle. 

36. AB. Florin, 1871. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Double eagle. 

37. AB. 2 Gulden, 1879. Commemorating silver wedding. Obv. FRANC. 

lOS.D.G.AVSTR.IMP.ET.HVNG.REX AP. ELISABETHA.IMP. 
ET.REG. Busts r. Rev. Female figure seated holding ship's helm 
and cornucopia. 

501 



502 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

88. AV. 20 Kronen, 1892. Obv. Laareated head r. Rev. Double eagle. 

89-40. Ditto, 1903. 

41-42. 10 Kronen, 1897. Typea similar to No. 38. 

43-44. AB. 6 Kronen, 1900. Obv. Laureauted head r. Rev. Double eagle 

within olive wreath. 
46-46. AE. 1 Krone, 1901. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Numeral 1 and 

crown. 
47-48. N. 20, 10 Kreutzer pieces, 1893. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Value 

on a shield. 
49-60. AE. 2 Kreutzer pieces, 1895. Types similar to No. 47. 



61. JubUee Coinage. AV. 100 Kronen, 1908. Obv. Bust r. Rev. DVODE- 

CEM LVSTRIS GLORIOSE PERACTIS. Female figure rechning 
upon a cloud. 

62. AV. 20 Kronen, 1908. Obv. As No. 51. Rev. Inscription as on No. 51; 

double eagle; above, 1848-1908. 
83. AV. 10 Kronen, 1908. Similar to No. 52; dates 1848-1908 below the 

eagle. 
64. AB. 6 Kronen, 1908. Obv. As No. 51. Rev. Dancing girl. 
66. AB. Krone, 1908. Obv. As No. 51. Rev. Monogram, F J I, and laurel 

spray; above, crown. 

LICHTBNSTEIN. 

66. John n, AB. 6 Kronen, 1904. Obv. JOHANN II FURST VON 

LICHTENSTEIN. Bustr. /?er. Crowned shield of arms in wreath. 

67. AB. Krone, 1904. Types similar to No. 56. 



SWITZERLAND. 

THE CANTONS. 

1. Oberwalden. AB. 20 Kreutzer, 1726. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. 

Eagle. 

2. Lucerne. AB. 10 Batzen, 1793. 06v. Crowned arms. i?ev. Four mono- 

grams (LL) placed cruciformly. 

3. AB. 5 Batzen, 1793. Types similar to No. 2. 

4. AB. 20 Batzen, 1796. Obv. Crowned arms within wreath. Rev. As 

No. 2. 
6. Zurich AB. Thaler, 1727. Obv. MONETA REIPUBLICAE TIGU- 
RINAE. Arms. i?CT. View of city. 

6. AB. Half-thaler, 1736. Obv. Legend as No. 5; arms supported by lion. 

Rev. As No. 5. 

7. AB. Half-thaler, 1776. Obv. Oval shield of arms supported by lion. 

Rev. lUSTITIA ET CONCORDIA within wreath. 

8. Berne. AV. Ducat, 1794. 06^;. RESPUBLICA BERNENSIS. Crowned 

arms. Rev. Value and date within wreath. 

9. AV. Ducat, 1797. Obv. DEUS PROVIDEBIT. A Swiss standing, hold- 

ing battle ax and fasces. Rev. Shield of arms. 

10. AB. Thaler, 1494. Obv. St. Vincent. Rev. Bear and eagle beneath 

arch of seven shields; around, shields. 

11. AB. Thaler, 1795. Ofev. DOMINUS PROVIDEBIT. Swiss standing. 

Rev. Spade-shaped shield of arms. 
12-13. AB. Thaler, 1798. Similar to No. 11. 
14. AB. Half-thaler, 1796. Types similar to No. 11. 
16. AB. Half-thaler, 1797. Ditto. 

16. AB. Quarter-thaler, 1797. Obv. Shield of arms crowned. Rev. Four 

monograms (BB) in form of cross. 

17. AB. 20 Kreutzer, 1756. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. Value in wreath. 

18. Solothurn. AB. 10 Batzen, 1794. Obv. Oval shield of arms. Rev. 

Letter S over a cross. 

19. Friburg. AB. 2 Batzen, 1788. Obv. Crowned arms within wreath. 

Rev. Four monograms (FF) crosswise. 

20. Basle. AV. Florin, undated. Obv. Liberty pole; laurel and palm 

branches. Rev. Arms of city. 

21. AV. Quarter-florin, 1702. 06?;. Shield of arms supported by lion. Rev. 

Date. 

22. AV. Pistole, 1796. Obv. Arms surmounted by plumed hat. Rev. 

DOMINE I CONSERVA | NOS | IN PACE in wreath. 

23. AB. Thaler, 1640. Obv. Arms of Basle. Rev. Eagle. 

24. AB. Doppelthaler, 1741. Obv. View of the city. Rev. Basilisk holding 

shield of arms. 
26. AB. Doppelthaler, undated. Obv. View of city, with bridge. Rev. 

Basilisk holding shield of arms; around, eight escutcheons. 
26. AB. Thaler, \indated. Obv. Similar to No. 25. Rev. Arms supported 

by basilisks. 

503 



504 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

27-28. AE. Thalers, 1766, Obv. DOMINE CONSERVA NOS IN PACE. 
Arma supported by basilisk. Rev. Valqe and date within wreath. 

29. AB. Half-thaler, 1765. Types similar to No. 27. 

30. AB. Third-thaler, 1766. Ditto. 

31. AB. Sixth-thaler, 1766. Ditto. 

32. AB. 3 Batzen, 1766. Obv. Arms. Rev. Value. 

33. St. Gall. AB. Half-thaler, 1877. Obv. BEDA. D. G. S. R. I. P. 

Arms within a mantle. Rev. Bear erect with stick of wood on 
shoulder. 

34. Chur. AV. Florin. Obv. Facing bust of St. Lucius. Rev. Double 

eagle. 
36. Geneva. AB. Thaler, 1723. Obv. Shield of arms; sun above. Rev. 
POST TENEBRAS LUX. Double eagle, crowned. 

36. AB. Half-thaler, 1796. Obv. Arms: — half eagle and key within circle. 

Rev. Value encircled by rays. 

37. AB. 21 Sols, 1721. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Shield inscribed POST 

TENEBRAS LUX. 

38. AB. 21 Sols, 1721. Similar to No. 37. 

39. AB. 16 Sols, 1794. Obv. EGALITE . LIBERTE . INDEPENDANCE. 

Value within rays. Rev. Eagle. 

40. AB. 10 1/2 Sols, 1714. Similar to No. 37. 

41. AB. 6 Sols, 1677. Obv. Shield of arma. Rev. LH.S. in a glory. 

42. AB. 6 Sols, 1760. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Cross. 

43. AB. 6 Sols, 1797. Obv. Arma: — half eagle and key within circle. Rev. 

Value. 

44. AB. 6 Sols, 1689. As No. 41. 
46. AB. 3 Sols, 1708. Ditto. 

46. AB. 3 Sols, 1730. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Double eagle. 

47. AB. 3 Sols, 1795. As No. 43. 

48-49. AE. Six Sols, 1690. Necessity pieces. Obv. Arms of Geneva sur- 
rounded by rays. Rev. SIX | SOLS | POVR LES 1 SOLDATS 
DE I GENEVE | 1590. 

THE HELVETIAN REPUBLIC, 1798-1803. 

60. AV. 16 Pranken, 1800. Obv. HELVETISCHE REPUBLIK. Flag 

bearer. Rev. Value and date in wreath. 

61. AB. 10 Batzen, 1801. 06?;. Similar to No. 50; date below. Rev.Yalne 

in wreath. 

62. AE. Half-batzen, 1799. Obv. HELVET. RE PUB. within wreath. 

Rev. Value within wreath. 

THE CONFEDERATED CANTONS, 1803-1848. 

63. Lucerne. AE. Batz, 1808. Obv. CANTON LUCERN. Oval shield 

of arma. Rei\ Value in oak wreath. 

64. AB. 10 Batzen, 1812. 06t. SCHWEIZERISOHE EIDSGENOSSEN- 

SCHAFT. Armed soldier. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 
66. AB. 4 Franken, 1814. Similar to No. 54. 

66. Zurich. AB. 8 Batzen, 1810. Obv. Spade-shaped shield of arms 

between olive and palm branches. Rev. Value. 

67. Berne. AB. Frank, 1811. Obv. Oval shield of arms, crowned, within 

palm wreath. iJev. SCWEIZ; EIDSGENOSS. A swiss hero sup- 
porting shield inscribed XIX CAN-TONE. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 505 

68. AB. 4 Kreutzer, 1818. Obv. Arms of Berne. Rev. Cross. 

69. Basle. AB. Batz, 1810. 06i;. Shield of arms. Rev. Value and date. 
60. St. GaU. (AB. Thaler, 1621. Obv. MO.NO.CIVIT.SAN GALLENSIS. 

Bear. iJe-y. Double eagle.) 
6L AB. Batz, 1813. Obv. CANTON ST. GALLEN. Shield of arms. 
Rev. Value within wreath. 

62. Geneva. AB. 1 Sol, 6 Denier, 1826. 61;. Shield of arms. Rev.Yalae. 

63. B. Denier, 1819. Obv. Half eagle and key within circle. Rev. Value. 

64. AB. Sol, 1826. As No. 62. 
66. Ditto, 1833. 

66. B. 25 Centimes, 1839. As No. 63. 

67-70. Bil. 10, 4, 2, and 1 Centimes, 1839. Similar to No. 63. 

71. Aargau. AB. 20 Batzen, 1809. Obv. Warrior seated r. holding battle- 

ax and shield. Rev. Shield of arms. 

72. AB. 5 Batzen, 1811. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Value and date in 

wreath. 

73. Canton Vaud. AB. 6 Batzen, 1810. Obv. CANTON DE VAUD. 

Shield of arms. Rev. Value in wreath. 

74. AB. 6 Batzen, 1830. Obv. Arms between olive branches. Rev. Cross. 
76. AB. 1 Batzen, 1831. Types as last. 

FEDERAL REPUBLIC. 

76. AV. 20 Francs, 1892. Obv. CONFOEDERATIO HELVETICA. 

Head 1. Rev. Arms and star in wreath. 

77. AV. 20 Francs, 1900. Obv. HELVETIA. Bust of Helvetia 1. Rev. 

Shield of arms. By Landry. 

78. AB. 6 Francs, 1860. Obv. Helvetia seated 1. Rev. Value and date in 

a wreath. 

79. AB. 6 Francs, 1892. Obv. Head 1., with chaplet of flowers. Rev. 

Similar to No. 76. 

80. AB. 2 Francs, 1860. Types similar to No. 78. 

81. AB. 2 Francs, 1886. Obv. Helvetia standing, holding spear and shield. 

Rev. 2 Fr. | 1885 in wreath. 

82. AB. 1 Franc, 1860. Types similar to No. 78. 

83. AB. 1 Franc, 1887. Types similar to No. 81. 

84. AB. Half-franc, 1850. Types similar to No. 78. 
86. AB. Half-franc, 1892. Types similar to No. 81. 

86. Bil. 20 Centimes, 1860. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Value. 

87. Bil. 10 Centimes, 1861. Types as last. 

88. Bil. 5 Centimes, 1861. Ditto. 

89. N. 20 Centimes, 1886. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value in oak wreath. 

90. N. 10 Centimes, 1886. Types as last. 

91. N. 6 Centimes, 1885. Ditto. 

92. AE. 2 Centimes, 1860. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Value in a wreath. 

93. AE. 2 Centimes, 1890. As last. 

94. AE. 1 Centime, 1867. Types as No. 92. 
96. Ditto, 1887. 

SPECIAL ISSUES TO COMMEMORATE THE NATIONAL BIPLB MATCHES. 

96. Graubunden. AB. 4 Swiss Franks, 1842. Obv. Three shields of arms. 
RetK Shield over trophy of guns and flags. 



506 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

97. Chanz-de-Fonds. AB. 6 Francs, 1863. Obv. Helvetia seated 1. Rev. 

Shield of arms over a trophy. By Siber. 

98. Schaffausen. AB. 6 Francs, 1865. Obv. Helvetia seated r., a child 

standing in front of her. Rev. Shield of arms over cross, within a 
tressure. 

99. Schweiz. AB. 6 Francs, 1867. Obv. Lion grasping sword and shield 

of arms. Rev. Trophy of arms. By Bovy. 

100. Zug. AB. 6 Francs, 1869. Obv. Hans Landwing, holding the ban- 

ner. Rev. Two shields in wreath. By Bovy. 

101. Zurich. AB. 6 Francs, 1872. Obv. Helvetia standing 1. Rev. Shield 

of arms over fasces and two guns in saltire. By Landry. 

102. St. Gall. AB. 6 Francs, 1874. Obv. Shield of arms over two guns 

in saltire, cross above; below, procession. Rev. Opposing armies at 
Morat, 1476. By Bovy. 

103. Lausanne. AB. 6 Francs, 1876. Obv. View of the city. Rev. Two 

females, with right hands joined, pledging union before trophy of 
flags and fasces. By Durussel. 

104. Basle. AB. 6 Francs, 1879. Obv. DAS SCHWERT ZUR HAND IM 

HERZEN GOTT SO WIRD D.SCHWEIZER NIE Z.SPOTT. 
Youn^ Swiss, with long sword, standing facing. Rev. Arms of 
Basle m circle of small escutcheons. By Durussel. 
106. Fribnrg. AB. 6 Francs, 1881. Obv. View of the city. Rev. Hel- 
vetia receiving Friburg and Solothum into federation, 1481. By 
Durussel. 

106. Lugano. AB. 5 Francs, 1883. Obv. Trophy of guns and flags; above, 

TIR FEDERALE IN LU-GANO 1883. Rev. Helvetia and nude 
aged man sitting above opening of railway tunnel. By Durussel. 

107. Bern. AB. 5 Francs, 1886. Obv. Arms of Bern over two guns in sal- 

tire. Rev. Helvetia; behind, bear. By Durussel. 



FRANCE. 

1-2. Maine. After Herbert I, A. D. 1016-1036. B. Denier. Obv. COMES 
CENOMANNIS. Monogram of Herbert. Rev, Cross. 

3. Narbonne. Baimond I, A. D, 966-1023. B. Denier. 06^. NAIOUONA. 

Four annulets. Rev. lAMNVN. Cross. 

4. Lorraine. Antoine, A. D. 1508-1544. AB. Testoon, 1631. Obv. Bust 1. 

Rev. Shield crowned. 

5. Dombes. Henry H, de Montpensier, A. D. 1592-1608. AB. Testoon, 

1605. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Shield and two " H's" crowned. 

6. AB. Testoon, 1606. Similar to No. 5, with smaller head. 

7. Anne Marie Louise, A. D. 1660-1693. AB. Twelftb-ecu, 1664. Obv. 

Bust r. Rev. Arms and date. 

8. Bretagne, Jean V, A. D. 1339-1442. B. Blanc d' Argent. Obv. Nine 

spots of ermine. Rev. Cross pattee. 

9. Francis I and U, A. D. 1458-1481. B. Blanc d' Argent. Obv. Shield of 

six spots of ermine. Rev. Cross fleury. 

10. Chateau-Benaud. Francois de Bourbon, A. D. 1614-1631. B. EscaUn 

d' Argent. Obv. Shield of arms crowned. Rev. Double eagle. 

11. Charlemagne, A. D. 768-814. B. Denier. Obv. METULLO. Cross. 

Rev. CARLVS REX. Monogram. 

12. Louis I, le Debonair, A. D. 814-840. B. Denier. Obv. Temple type. 

Rev. Cross pattee. 

13. Charles the Simple, A. D. 893-920. B. Denier. Obv. CARLVS REX. 

Cross. Rev. MET ALO. in two lines. 

14. Louis IX, A. D. 1226-1270. B. Denier. Obv. LVDOVICVS REX. 

Cross. i?a'. TVRONVS CIVIS. Chapel. 
16. AB. Gros Toumois. Obv. LUDOVICVS REX. Cross. Rev. Chapel. 

16. PhiUp m, A. D. 1270-1286. AB. Gros Toumois. Obv. PHILIPPVS 

REX. Cross. i?ei;. Similar to No. 15. 

17. Philip IV, A. D. 1286-1314. AB. Gros Toumois. Obv. PHILIPPVS 

REX. Cross. Rev. Chapel. 

18. Philip VI, A. D. 1328-1360. AB. Maille Tierce. Obv. PHILIPPVS 

REX. Cross. Rev. Portal. 

19. Charles VI, A. D. 1380-1422. AB. Grand Blanc. Obv. KAROLVS 

FRANCORVM REX. Arms. i?etJ. Cross pattee. 

20. Charles VH, A. D. 1422-1461. AB. Grand Blanc. Obv. KAROLVS 

FRANCORV. Arms. Rev. SIT NOME: DNI: BENEDICTV. 
Cross. 

21. Charles Vm, A. D. 1482-1498. B. Carolus de Bretagne. Obv. K 

crowned. Rev. Cross pattee. 

22. B. Carolus. Similar to No. 21. 

23. B. Liard au Dauphin. 06i;. KAROLVS. Dolphin. iJei;. Cross pattee. 
24-25. AB. Grand Blanc. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Cross pattee. 
26-27. Louis XH, A. D. 1498-1515. AB. Denier. Obv. Shield of arms, 

crowned. Rev. Cross. 
28. Francis I, A. D. 1515-1547. AV. Ecu d'Or du Dauphing. Obv. FRAN- 
CISCVS DEI. GRACIA FRANCOR REX. Arms of France and 
Dauphine. Rev. XPS VINCIT XPS RENAT XRS IMPERAT. 
Cross. 

507 



508 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

29. AS,. Testoon. Obv. Crowned bust r. Rev. Shield of arms, crowned. 

30. AB. Half-testoon. Types similar to No. 29. 

31. Bil. Douzain. 06v. Shield of arms. i?ev. Cross. 

32. Henry n, 1647-1669. AR. Testoon, 1663. Obv. Headr. iJev. Crowned 

arms. , 

83. AR. Testoon, 1666. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned arms. 
34. AB. Hall Gros de Nisle, 1661. Obv. Letter H crowned. Rev. Cross. 
36. Bil. Douzain, 1660. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. Cross. 

36. Bil. Jeton du Marriage. Obv. DENIER. P. O. V. R. Rev. ESPOVSER. 

Maltese cross. 

37. Francis n, 1669-1668. AB. Testoon, 1660. Obv. HENRICUS II etc. 

Cross. Rev. Crowned arms. 

38. Charles X of the League. AV. Ecu d' Or, 1692. Ofct;. CAROLVS . . . 

FR. ANCOR. REX. Crowned arms. Rev. CHRISTVS. REGNAT. 
VINCIT. ET IMPERAT. Cross. 

39. Henry IV, A. D. 1689-1610. AB. Quarter-ecu, 1690. Obv. HENRICVS 

Mil. D. G. FRAN. ET. NAV. REX. Cross. i?CT. SIT NOMEN etc. 
Crowned arms. 

40. AB. Quarter-ecu, 1697. Similar types as No. 39, but of smaller 

module. 

41. AB. Quarter-ecu, 1603. Similar to No. 39. 

42. Difto, 1608. 

43. Bil. Douzain, 1696. Obv. Cross. Rev. Crowned arms. 

44. AE. Double Toumois, 1607. Types similar to last. 

46. Louis Xm, 1610-1643. AV. Demi Louis d'Or, 1641. 06tJ. LVD. XIII. 
D. G. FR. ET. NAV. REX. Bust r. Rev. Four crowned mono- 
grams of addorsed LL's in form of cross. 

46. AE. Tournois, 1640. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Three lilies, value and date. 

47. Louis XrV, 1643-1716. AV. Double Louis d'Or, 1710. Obv. LVD. 

Xllll. D. G. •. - FR. ET. NAV. REX. Laureated bust r. Rev. 
Four crowned monograms of addorsed LL's in form of cross, with 
fleur de lis in the angles. 

48. AV. Louis d'Or, 1648. Obv. Child bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 47. 

49. AV. Louis d'Or, 1668. Obv. Youthful bust r. Rev. As No. 47. 

60. Ditto, 1694. Obv. Mature bust, laureated, r. iJev. Four crowned fleur 

de lis in form of cross with l-'s in angles. 

61. Ditto, 1703. Types similar to No. 47, but the cross of monograms on 

reverse is over two scepters in saltire. 

62. AB. Ecu Blanc, 1680. Obv. Cuirassed bustr. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms. 

63. AB. Ecu, 1690. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 47. 

64. AB. Ecu, 1709. Obv. Cuirassed bust, draped, r. Rev. Three crowns. 
66. AB. Demi-ecu Blanc, 1680. Types similar to No. 52. 

66. AB. Demi-ecu, 1692. Types similar to No. 53. 

67. AB. Demi-ecu, 1693. 06tJ. Bust r. i?CT. Round shield between palms. 

68. DiUo, 1695. 

69. AB. Demi-ecu, 1709. Types similar to No. 54. 

60. AB. Quarter-ecu, 1713. Ditto. 

61. AB. Twelfth-ecu, 1644. Obv. Child bust r. Rev. Crowned arms. 

62. AE. Liard, 1656. Obv. Crowned bustr. Rev. LIARD DE FRANCE, 

Three lilies. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS^ TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 509 

63. Louis XV, 1715-1774. AV. Louis d'Or, 1728. Obv. LUD. XV. D. G. 

FR. ET. NAV. REX. Bust 1. Rev. Two oval shields of arms and 
crown above. 

64. AR. Ecu, 1718. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Shield of- arms, quartered, 

crowned. 

65. AR. Ecu, 1728. Obv. Cuirassed bust 1. Rev. Oval shield of arms, 

crowned, in laurel wreath. 

66. AB. Ecu, 1768. Similar to last. 

67. Ditto, 1774. 

68. AR. Demi-ecu, 1729. Types similar to No. 65. 

69. AR. Quarter-ecu, 1720. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Four crowned monograms 

of addorsed LL's in form of cross. 

70. AR. Twentieth-ecu, 1744. Types similar to No. 65. 

71. Louis XVI, 1774^1793. AV. Double Louis d'Or, 1786. Obv. LUD. XVI. 

D. G. FR. ET NAV. REX. Bust 1. ByDuVivier. Rev. CHRS. 
REGN. VI NC. I M PER— 1786. Two square shields of arms, side by 
side, crowned. 

72. AV. Louis d'Or, 1777. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Two oval shields of arms 

crowned. 

73. AV. Louis d'Or, 1789. Types similar to No. 71. 

74. AR. Ecu, 1780. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Oval shield of arms, crowned, in 

laurel wreath. 
76. Ditto, 1786. 

76. AR. Ecu de six Livres, 1792, I'an 4. Obv. LOUIS XVI ROI DES 

FRANgOIS. Nudebustl. i?et;. REGNE DE LA LOI. Genius of 
France inscribing "Constitution" on tablet. 

77. Ditto, 1793, I'an 5. 

78. AR. Demi-ecu, 1791. Similar to No. 74. 
79-80. AR. 30 Sols, 1791. Types similar to No. 76. 

81. AR. 15 Sols, 1791. Ditto. 

82. AR. Tenth-ecu, 1784. Types similar to No. 74. 

83. AE. 2 Sols, 1792. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Fasces in wreath. 

84. Ditto, 1793. 

86-86. AE. Sol, 1791. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Crowned arms. 
87. AE. Demi-sol, 1792. As No. 83. 

FIRST REPUBLIC, A. D. 1792-1804. 

88-88. AR. Ecu de six Livres, 1793, I'an H. Obv. REGNE DE LA LC5l. 
Genius writing on tablet. Rev. REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE. 
Value and date. 

90. AR. 6 Francs, 1797. Obv. UNION ET FORCE. Hercules uniting 

Liberty and Equality. Rev. 5 | FRANCS | L'AN 6 | in wreath. 

91. Ditto, 1799. 

92. AE. Decime, 1798. Obv. Female bust, representing France, 1. Rev. 

Value and year of liberty in wreath. 

93. Ditto, I'an 8. 

94. AE. 6 Centimes, 1795, I'an 4. Similar to No. 92. 

95. Ditto, I'an 5. 

96. Ditto, I'an 6. 

97. Ditto, I'an 8. 

98. AE. 1 Centime, 1798. Obv. As No. 92. Rev. Value. 



610 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

THE CONSU11A.TB. 

99. AV. 40 Francs, I'an 12. Obv. BONAPARTE PREMIER CONSUL. 

Nudebustl. iJej;. REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE. Value in wreath. 

100. AB. 6 Francs, I'an 11. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Value in laurel wreath. 

101. Ditto, I'an 12. 

102. AB. Demi-franc, I'an 12. Types similar to No. 100. 

103. AS. Quart de franc, I'an 12. Ditto. 

THE FIRST EMPIRE, 1804-1814. 

104. AV. 40 Francs, I'an 13. 06?'. NAPOLEON EMPEREUR. Nude 

bustL i?ei;. REPUBLQUE FRANCAISE. Value in wreath. 
106. Ditto, 1806. 

106. Ditto, 1811. Obv. Laureated bust 1. Rev. EMPIRE FRANCAIS. 

Value in wreath. 

107. AV. 20 Francs, I'an 12. Types aa No. 104. 

108. AV. 20 Francs, 1811. Similar to No. 106. 

109. AS. 5 Francs, 1806. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Value in laurel 

wreath. ^ ■ 

110. Ditto, mm. L. 

111. Ditto, 1808. 

112. Ditto, 1810. 

113. AS. 1 Franc, I'an 13. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value in wreath. 

114. AS. Demi-franc, 1810. Types similar to No. 109. 

116-116. AS. 10 Centimes, 1808. Obv. Letter N, crowned. iJeu. Value. 
117. AE. Decime, 1814. Obv. Letter N, crowned, within a wreath. Rev. 

Value and date in wreath. 
118-119. Louis XVm, 1814-1824. AV. 20 Francs, 1814. Obv. LOUIS 

XVIII ROI DE FRANCE. Bust r. 7?ct. PIECE DE 20 FRANCS. 

Crowned arms. 

120. AS. 6 Francs, 1814. Types similar to No. 120. 

121. Napoleon Emperor. AV. 20 Francs, 1816. 06 1. NAPOLEON EM- 

PEREUR. Laureated bust 1. /?et'. EMPIRE FRANCAIS. Value 
in wreath. 

122. Louis XVm. AV. 40 Francs, 1817. Obv. LOUIS XVIII ROI DE 

FRANCE. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms in laurel wreath. 

123. AV. 20 Francs, 1818. Similar to No. 122. 

124. AS. 6 Francs, 1815. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. PIECE DE 5 FRANCS. 

Crowned arms in wreath. Mm, M. 
126. AS. 5 Francs, 1820. Obv. Nude bust 1. Rev. Crowned shield divid- 
ing value, 5 — F, in wreath. 

126. Ditto, 1824. 

127. AS. 2 Francs, 1821. Types similar to No. 124. 

128. AS. Demi-franc, 1822. Ditto. 

129. Charles X, 1824-1830. AV. 40 Francs, 1824. Obv. CHARLES X — 

ROI DE FRANCE. Bust r. Rev. Crowned arms, date and value. 

130. Ditto, 1830. 

131. AV. 20 Francs, 1830. Types similar to No. 129. 

132. AS. 5 Francs, 1826. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Crowned arms, date and 

value. 

133. Ditto, 1828. 

134. AS. 2 Francs, 1828. Types similar to No. 132. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 511 

136. AR. Demi-franc, 1827. Types similar to No. 132. 

136. AR. Quart de franc, 1828. Ditto. 

137. Henry V. Pretender. AS. 6 Francs, 1831. Obv. HENRY V ROI DE 

FRANCE. Bust 1. i?et). Crowned arms, value, and date. 

138. Louis PhiUppe, 1830-1848. AV. 40 Francs, 1833. Obv. LOUIS PHI- 

LIPPE I ROI DES FRANCAIS. Bustl. i2etJ.40 I FRANCS I 1833, 
within wreath. 

139. AV. 20 Francs, 1834. Types similar to No. 138. 

140. AR. 6 Francs, 1831. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Value and date 

in wreath. 
141-142. Ditto, 1833. 

143. Ditto, 1848. 

144. AR. 2 Francs, 1831. Types similar to No. 140. 

145. AR. Franc, 1831. Ditto. 

146. Ditto, 1844. 

147. AR. Demi-franc, 1833. Types similar to No. 140. 

148. A.R. 50 Centimes, 1841. Obv. Head r. Rev. 50 CENT, and date. 

149. AR. Quart de franc, 1833. Similar to No. 148. 

THE SECOND REPUBLIC, 1848-1852. 

160. AV. 20 Francs, 1848. Obv. REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE. Genius 

inscribing CONSTITUTION. 7?ev. LIBERTE. EGALITE. PRA- 
TE R N I T E . Value and date in oak wreath. 

161. AV, 20 Francs, 1861. Obv. Female head, emblematical of the repub- 

lic, r. Rev. Value in wreath of laurel and oak. 

152. AV. 10 Francs, 1851. Types as No. 151. 

153. AR. 5 Francs, 1848. Obv. Hercules standing, uniting Equality and 

Liberty. Rev. Value and date. 
164. Ditto, 1849. 

155. AR. 6 Francs, 1849. Obv. Head, similar to No. 151, 1. Rev. 5 | 

FRANCS I 1849, in oak wreath. 

156. AR. 2 Francs, 1851. Types similar to No. 155. 

157. AR. 1 Franc, 1861. Ditto. 

168. AR. Demi-franc, 1849. As No. 155; reading 50 | CENT., on reverse. 

169. AR. 20 Centimes, 1861. Similar to No. 155. 

EMPIRE REVIVED. 

160. Napoleon m, 1862-1873. AV. 100 Francs, 1866. Obv. NAPOLEON 

III - EMPEREUR. _ Headr. Rev. EMPIRE FRANCAIS. Shield 
of arms, w ithin ermine mantle surmounted by crown. 

161. AV. 60 Francs, 1857. Similar to No. 160. 

162. AV. 20 Francs, 1867. Obv. Head r. Rev. 20 | FRANCS, within 

wreath. 

163. Ditto, 1860. 

164. AV. 20 Francs, 1861. Types similar to No. 160. 

165. AV. 10 Francs, 1859. Aa No. 162, except value. 
166-167. AV. 6 Francs, 1864. Ditto. 14.5 mm. 

168. AV. 6 Francs, 1857. Types similar to No. 162. 17 mm. 

169. Ditto, 1859. 

170. Ditto, 1866. 

171. AR. 6 Francs, 1862. Obv. LOUIS-NAPOLEON - BONAPARTE. 

Headl. i?e^;. REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE. Value and date in 
wreath composed of oak and laurel. 

1666°— 12 33 



512 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

172. AE. 6 Francs, 1866. Obv. NAPOLEON III - EMPEREUR. Head 

1. Rev. EMPIRE FRANCAIS. Round shield of arms, within 
ermine mantle surmounted by crown. 

173. Ditto, 1866. 

174. Ditto, 1861. 
176. Ditto, 1867. 

176. Ditto, 1868. 

177. AB. 2 Francs, 1864. O&v. Headl. Rev. 2 | FRANCS | 1854 | in laurel 

wreath. 

178. AB. 2 Francs, 1866. Types similar to No. 172. 

179. Ditto, 1867. 

180. Ditto, 1868. 

181. AB. 1 Franc. 1862. Legends and types similar to No. 171. 

182. AB. 1 Franc, 1864. Obv. As No. 172. Rev. Value and date in laurel 

wreath. 

183. Ditto, 1867. As No. 172. 

184. Ditto, 1868. 

186. AB. Demi-franc, 1869. Obv. Head h Rev. 50 | CENT | 1859 | in 
laurel wreath. 

186. AB. Demi-franc, 1867. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Crown; beneath, 50 

CENT. I 1867. 

187. Ditto, 1868. 

188. AB. 20 Centimes, 1863. Obv. Head 1. Rev. 20 | CENT. | 1853 1 in 

wreath. 
189-190. AB. 20 Centimes, 1867. Types similar to No. 186. 

191. Ditto, 1868. 

192. AE. 10 Centimes, 1862. Obv. NAPOLEON III EMPEREUR. Head 

1., in beaded circle. jRw. EMPIRE FRANCAIS. Eagle on thun- 
derbolt. 

193. Ditto, 1854. 
194-196. Ditto, 1862, 1864. 

196. AE. 6 Centimes, 1853. Types similar to No 192. 

197. AE. 2 Centimes, 1853. Ditto. 

198. AE. 1 Centime, 1863. Ditto. 

THE REPUBLIC, 1870. 

199. AV. 100 Francs, 1903. 06v. REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE. Genius 

of France inscribing CONSTITUTION onatablet. Rev. LIBERTE. 
EGALITE.FRATERNITE. Within oak wreath, 100 | FRANCS | 
1903. 

200. AV. 60 Francs, 1896. Types similar to No. 199. 

201. AV. 20 Francs, 1899. Obv. Bust of Liberty r. Rev. Cock. 

202. AV. 10 Francs, 1900. Types as No. 201. 

203. AB. 6 Francs, 1870. Obv. REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE. Head, em- 

blematical of the republic, 1. Rev. Value and date in wreath of oak 
and laurel. 

204. Ditto, 1871. 

205-206. AB. 6 Francs, 1871, Obv. LIBERTE EGALITE etc. Hercules 
standing, and uniting Liberty and Justice. Rev. 5 | FRANCS | 1871. 

207. Ditto, 1876. 

208. AB. 2 Francs, 1870. Types similar to No. 203. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 513 

209. Ditto, 1872. 

210. AR. 2 Francs, 1902. Obv. The sower. Rev. LIBERIE etc.; 2 | 

FRANCS I and branch of olive beneath. 

211. AB. 1 Franc, 1872. Types similar to No. 203; value, 1 | FRANC. 

212. AR. 1 Franc, 1904. Similar to No. 210. 

213. AR. Demi-franc, 1871. Types similar to No. 203. 

214. AR. Demi-franc, 1897. Types similar to No. 210; value, 50 I CEN- 

TIMES. 

215. Ditto, 1903. 

216. N. 25 Centimes, 1903. Obv. Bust of Liberty 1. Rev. Value in a square. 

217. N. 25 Centimes, 1904. Obv. As last. Rev. Fasces and oak branch; 

value in field. 

218. AE. 10 Centimes, 1871. Obv. Same head aa No. 203 in beaded circle. 

Rev. 10 1 CENTIMES | in wreath. 

219. AE, 10 Centimes, 1899. Obv. Bust of Liberty r. Rev. Female figure 

representing France, seated 1., holding standard and olive; beside 
her, child with wheat, etc., in hand. 

220. AE. 6 Centimes, 1871. As No. 218, except value. 

221. AE. 6 Centimes, 1904. As No. 219. 

222. Ditto, 1909. 

223. AE. 2 Centimes, 1903. Obv. Bust of Liberty r. Rev. Value and date. 

224. AE. 1 Centime, 1872. Types similar to No. 218, except value. 

225. AE. 1 Centime, 1902. Types similar to No. 223, except value. 



ITALY. 

SAVOY. 

1. Charles Emannel, 1680-1630. A». TaUero, 1670. 06v. CAR.EM.D.G. 

DVX.SABAVD.P.PED. Bust r. iJei). Shield of arms, crowned. 

2. Cliarles Emanuel U, 1638-1676. AE. Tallero, 1662. 06^. CH R.FRAN. 

CAR.EMAN.DVCES.SABAV. Busts, jugate, r. Rev. Similar to 
No. 1. 

SARDINIA. 

3. Cliarles Emanuel m, 1730-1773. AK. Scudo, 1767. Obv. CAR.EM.D. 

G.REX.SAR.CYP.ET.IER. Bust I. iJev. Shield of arms, crowned. 

4. AE. duarter-scudo, 1766. Similar to No. 3. 

6. Victor Amedeus, 1773-1796. AB. 20 Soldi, 1796. O&j;. VICT.AMED. 

D.G. REX. SARD. Bust r. Rev . Crowned arms. 
6. Victor Emanuel I, 1802-1806 and 1814^1821. AV. 20 Lire, 1818. Obv. 

VICT. EM.D.G.REX.SAR. CYP. ET. lER. Bust 1. Rev. Arms 

crowned, within collar of Order of Annunciation. 
7-8. AB. 6 Lire, 1817. Types similar to No. 6. 

9. Charles Felix, A. D. 1821-1831. AV. 80 Lire, 1827. Obv. CAR. FELIX 

D.G.REX SAR.CYP.ET HIER. Bust 1: iJev. Shield of arms. 

10. AV. 40 Lire, 1831. Similar to No. 9. 

11. AV. 20 Lire, 1827. Similar to No. 9. 

12. AR. 6 Lire, 1827. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Shield of arms. 

13. Ditto, 1828. 

14. AB. 2 Lire, 1826. Types similar to No. 12. 
16. Ditto, 1828. 

16. AB. Lira, 1828. Similar to No. 12. 

17. AB. 60 Centesimi, 1826. Similar to No. 12. 

18. Charles Albert, A. D. 1831-1849. AV. 20 Lire, 1836. Obv. CAR. AL- 

BERTVS D. G. etc. Head 1. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

19. AV. 10 Lire, 1833. Similar to No. 18. 

20. AB. 5 Lire, 1883. Obv. Head r. Rev. Crowned arms as No. 18. 

GENOA. 

21. BepubUc, A. D. 1139-1262. AB. Third-genovino. Obv. lANVA. Gate- 

way. i?n;. CVNRADVS REX. Cross. 

22. AV. Quarter-genovino. Types similar to No. 21. 

23. AB. Denaro. Types similar to No. 21. 

24. AB. Grosso. Types similar to No. 21. 
26. AB. Obol. Types similar to No. 21. 

26. AB. Double-scudo, 1663, Obv. DVX. ET GVBERNATORES. REIP. 

GEN. Cross with fleur de lis in angles. Rev. Madonna and Child. 

27. AB. 8 Soldi, 1663. Obv. Cross with stars in angles. Rev. ET REGE 

N S . Madonna and Child. 
514 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 515 

28. AR. 10 Soldi, 1676. Obv. Crowned shield of arms and value. Rev. 

NON SVRREXIT MAIOR. St. John the Baptist. 

29. AH. 8 Lire, 1796. Similar to No. 28. 

30. AB. 4 Lire, 1795. Similar to No. 28. 

31. AB. 2 Lire, 1794. Similar to No. 28. 

32. AB. Lire, 1794. Similar to No. 28. 

33-34. AB. 10 Soldi, 1814. 06i;. RESPUBBLICA GENUENSIS. Shield 
ofarms. i2ct). NON. SURREXIT MAIOR. St. John. 

35. N. 4 Soldi, 1814. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. EX PROBITATE 

RO B U R. St. George and the dragon. 

lilGURIAN REPUBLIC. 

36. AV. 96 Lire, 1798. Obv. REPUBLICA LIGURE. ANNO. 1. Female 

figure representing the Republic, wearing mural crown, seated 1. 
iJct;. NELL. UNIONE LA FORZA. Fasces. 

CISALPINE REPUBLIC. 

37. AV. 10 Lire, 1797. Obv. LIBERIA EGUAGLIANZA. Liberty stand- 

ing. Rev. ANNO. I. DELLA LIBERIA IIALIANA 1797. Within 
wreath, LIRE ] DlECl | VENEIE. 

38. AB. 30 Soldi, 1801. Obv. REPVBLICA CISALPINA. Bust of Re- 

public r. Rev. PACE | CELEBRAIA | FORO BONAPARIE I 
FONDATO I ANNO IX. \ 

PIEDMONT REPUBLIC. 

39. AB. 6 Francs, 1803. Obv. SUBALPINE GAULE. Italy and France. 

i?w. LIBERIE EGALIIE • ERIDANIA. Value and date. 

KINGDOM OP ITALY. 

40. Napoleon, 1805-1814. AV. 40 Lire, 1814. Obv. NAPOLEONE IM- 

PERAIORE E RE.- Head L Rev. REGNO D'lTALIA. Eagle 
displayed, within an ermine mantle, surmounted by a crown. 

Edge, DIO PROTEGGE l' ITALIA. 

41. AV. 20 Lire, 1808. Similar to No. 40. 

42. AB. 5 Lire, 1814. Obv. Head r. Rev. Similar to No. 40. 

43. AB. 2 Lire, 1811. Similar to No. 42. 

44. AB. Lira, 1810. Similar to No. 42; stars on edge. 

45. AB. 10 Soldi, 1810. Obv. Similar to No. 42. Rev. A crown. 

46. AB. 5 Soldi, 1811. Sunilar to No. 45. 

MILAN. 

47. John Galeazzo, 1476-1481. AB. Teston. Obv. 10 GZ. M. SF. 

VICE CO. DVX. MLl.SX. Bust r. i?ev. LVDOVICVS. PATRVVS. 
GVBERNANS. Bust r. 

48. Charles VI. AB. Scudo, 1708. Obv. CAROLVS. D. G. IMP. EI HIS. 

REX. Bustr. i^ey. DVX. EI C. MEDIOLANI. Crowned arms. 

49. Joseph n, 1780-1790. AB. Scudo, 1781. Obv. JOSEPH. II. D. G. R. 

IMP. etc. Bustr. Rev. MEDIOLANI EI MANI. DUX. Oval 
shield of arms. 
60. Francis H, 1792-1797. 30 Soldi, 1796. Obv. FRANC. 11. D. G. R. 
IMP. S. AUG. G. II. EI. B. REX. A. A. Head r. Rev. MED\0- 
LANI DUX. Shield of arms. 



516 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 
DUCHY OF PARMA. 

61. AB. Scudo, 1628. Obv. ODOARDVS. FAR. PL. ET PAR. DVX. 

Bust r. Rev. St. Anthony etanding. 

PIjACENTIA. 

62. AV. 2 Scudi, 1786. Obv. FERDINANDVS. I. HISPANIAR. INFANS. 

Headr. Rev. D. G. PARMAE. PLAC. ETVASTAL. DVX. Shield 
of arms. 

63. Maria Lucia, 1814^. AV. 40 Lire, 1816. Obv. MARIA LUIGIA 

PRINC. IMP. ARCID. D'AUSTRIA. Bust 1. Rev. Shield of arms. 

64. AE. 6 Lire, 1816. Similar to No. 63. 

66. AB. Lira Nuova, 1816. Similar to No. 53. 

66. AB. 10 Soldi, 1816. Obv. Similar to No. 53. Rev. M L, crowned. 

67. AB. 6 Soldi, 1816. Similar to No. 56. 

M ONTFERRAT. 

68. William n, 1494-1618. AB. Mezzo-scudo. 06r. GVILLIEMVS MAR. 

MONT. FER. TE. Bust 1. Rev. Shield of arms. 

FERRARA. 

69. Hercules I, d'Este, 1471-1606, AB. Half-testone. Obv. HERCULES. 

DVX. FERRARIE. BustL i?CT. DEVS FORTITVDO. MEA • + •. 
St. George and dragon. 

REPUBLIC OP VENICE. 

60. Giovanni Soranza, 1312-1328. AV. Ducat. 06i). 10. SVPANTIO DVX 

S . M . V E N ET I . Kneeling Doge receiving the banner from St. Mark. 
Rev. SIT. T. XRE. DAT. Q. TV. REGIS. ISTE. DVCAT. Christ 
standing, within an oval of stars. 

61. Barthelemi Qrandenigo, 1339-1342. AV. Ducat. Same types as No. 60. 

62. Andrea Dandola, 1343-1354. AV. Ducat. Similar to No. 60. 

63. Giovanni Delfino, 1356-1361. AV. Ducat. Similar to No. 60. 

64. Marco Comaro, 1366-1368. AV. Ducat. Obv. MARCO CORNARI 

DVX S. M. VENETI. Same types as No. 60. 
66. Andrea Gritti, 1523-1539. AV. Ducat. Similar to No. 60. 

66. Pietro Loredano, 1567-1570. AV. Third-ducat. Obv. PET. LAV. DVX. 

S. M. VEN. i?ev. EGO SVM LVX MVNDI. Types as No. 60. 

67. Alvise Mocenigo I, 1670-1677. AV. Ducat. Similar to No. 60. 

68. Antonio Priuli, 1618-1623. AB. Ducat della Croce. Obv. ANTON. 

PRIOL. DVX. VEN. Cross fleury. Rev. SANCTVS. MARCVS. 
VEN. Shield of arms. 

69. Giovanni I Comari, 1626-1630. AB. Mezzo-scudo della Croce. 10 AN. 

CORNER. DVX. VEN. Same types as No. 68. 

70. Silvestro Valier, 1694^1700. AB. Ducaton. Obv. SILV.VALERIO 

DVX S.M.VENETV. Same type as No. 60. JRer. FIDES ET VIC- 
TOR. Winged lion. 

71. Francesco Erizzo, A. D. 1631-1646. AB. Ducaton. Similar to No. 68. 

72. Paulo Benier, 1779-1789. AV. Ducat. S.M.V.PAVL RAINEAR D. 

Types same as No. 60. 
73-74. AB. Ducatus. Obv. S.M.V.PAVL.RAINERiVS.D. Rev. DVCA- 
TU S V E N ETU S. Same types as No. 70. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 517 

76. Luigi Manin, 1789-1797. AV. Ducat. Types similar to No. 60. 

76. AB. Scudo, 1789. 06r. REPUBLICA VENETA. Bustr. i?CT. LUDO- 

VICO MANIN DUCA. Winged lion. 

77. AR. Ducaton della Croce. Similar to No. 68. 

REPUBLIC OF liUCCA. 

78. AS. Scudo, 1743. 06t;. Shield of arms. i?ei'. SANCTUS MARTINUS. 

St. Martin and a beggar. 

L.OMBARDO-VENETIAN KIKGDOM. 

79. Francis L AR. Lira, 1824. Obv. FRANCISCVS.I.D.G.AVSTRIAE 

IMPERATOR. Bust r. Rev. LOMB.ET VEN REX A.A.1824. 
Austrian double eagle. 

80. Ferdinand L AV. 30 Lire, 1838. Obv. FERD.I.D.G.AVSTR.IMP. 

HVNG.BOH.R.H.N.V. Bustr. iier. Arms of Austria. 

81. AV. 15 Lire, 1839. Similar to No. 80. 

82. AE. 6 Lire, 1839. Types similar to No. 80. 

83. AR. 3 Lire, 1839. Types similar to No. 80. 

84. AR. Lire Austrica. Obv. FERD.I.D.G.AVSTRIAE IMPERATOR. 

Bustr. iJet;. LOMB.ET. VEN. etc. Arms of Austria. 

85. AR. Half-lira, 1839. 06^. Bust r. Rev. Shield of arms. 

86. AR. Quarter-lira, 1839. Similar to No. 85. 

L.OMBARDY (PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF 1848). 

87. AV. 20 Lire, 1848. Obv. ITALIA LIBERA DIO LO VUOLE. Italia 

standing. Rev. GOVERNO PROVVISORIO Dl LOMBARDIA. 
Value within wreath. 

88. AR. 6 Lire, 1848. Similar to No. 87. 

VENICE (PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT). 

89-90. AR. 15 Soldi, 1848. Obv. GOVERNO PROVVISORIO Dl VENE- 
ZIA. Winged lion. Rev.Yalne. 

91. AR. 6 Soldi, 1849. Similar to No. 89. 

LUCCA AND PIOMBINO. 

92. FeUce and EUsa, 1806-1809. AR. 6 Franchi, 1808. Obv. FELICE ED 

ELISA PP.DI LUCCA E PIOMBINO. Busts r. Rev. PRINCI- 
PATO Dl LUCCA E PIOMBINO. Value. 

93. Ditto, 1809. 

94. AR. Franco, 1807. Similar to No. 92. 

FLORENCE, REPUBLIC. 

96. AV. Fiorino. Oiv. FLORENTIA. Triple Uly. i?er. S. JOHANNES. 

B. The saint standing. 
96-98. AV. Fiorino. Similar to No. 95, but with variations in the symbol 

to left of head. 

DUCHY OF TUSCANY. 

99. Alexander, A. D. 1633-1637. AR. Testone. Obv. ALEXANDER. 

M.R.P.FLOREN.DVX. BustL iJei;. S.DAMIANVS. S.COSMVS. 
The saints standing. 

100. Francis 1, 1674-1587. AR. Testone, 1575. 06v. FRAN. MED. MAGN. 

DVX.ETRVRIAE.il. Bust r. Rev. S. lOANNES BAPTISTA. 
John the Baptist seated. 



518 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

101. AB. Scudo, 1676. Obv. Bust r. Rev. John the Baptist seated. 

102. AB. Testone, 1677. Similar to No. 100. 

103. Cosmo n, 1608-1621. AE. Testone. Obv. COSMVS. MED. R. P. 

FLOREN.DVX.il. Bust r. /?et;. St. John seated. 
104-106. AB. Testone. Obv. COSMVS MED.FLOREN.ET SENARM 
DVX. Bust r. jRct. Madonna in clouds above city. 

106. Ferdinand n, 1821-1670. AE. Scudo, 1623. 06d. FERDIN.II.MAGN. 

DVX.ETRVRIAE. Bust r. i?ei;. John the Baptist. 

107. AB. Scudo, 1666. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. GRATIA OBVIA 

ULTIO QUAESITA. Rosebush. 

108. AB. Testone, 1627. Obv. Similar to No. 106. Rev. Similar to No. 103. 

109. Ditto, 1636. 

110. John Gaston, 1723-1737. AV. Fiorino, 1726. Obv. lOAN.GASTO.I. 

D.G.M.DVX.ETR. Florentine lily. i?er. St. John seated. 

111. Cosmo m, 1670-1723. AB. Scudo, 1681. Obv. COSMVS. III. D.G. 

MAGN.DVX.ETRVRI.VI. Bust r. iJev. St. John seated. 

112. AB. Scudo, 1692. fit). Bust, with Oriental crown, r. Rev. ET PATET 

ET FAVET. A harbor. 

118. AB. Scudo, 1706. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. Similar to No. 107. 

114. Ditto, 1718. 

116. AB. Testone, 1677. Obv. COSMVS III.D.G.MAGN.D.ETRV.VI. 
Bust r. Rev. Saint John. 

116-117. Francis H, 1737-1766. AB. Francescone, 1748. Obv. FRAN- 
CISCVS.D.G.R.I.S A G.H.REX.LOT.BAR.M.D.ETR. Bustr. Rev. 
INTE DOMINESPERAVI. Crowned arms on breast of double- 
headed eagle. 

118. Leopold I, 1766-1790. AB. Francescone, 1767. Obv. PETRVS LEO- 
POLDVS D.G.P.R.H.ET.B.A.A.M.D.ETRVR. Bust 1. iici;. DI- 
RIGE DOMINE GRESSVS MEOS. Crownedarms. Pisis. 

119-120. Ditto, 1769, 1770. 

121. AB. Francescone, 1774. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned arms upon a 

maltese cross. 

122. Ditto, 1784. 

123. AB. Testone, 1782. Similar to No. 121, but shield is oval. 

124. AB. Paolo, 1783. Similar to No. 121. 

126. Ferdinand m, 1790-1800. AB. Francescone, 1796. Obv. FERDI- 
NANDVS.III.D.G.P.R.H.F.T.B.A.A.M.D.ETRVR. Bustr. Rev. 
LEX TVA VERITAS. Similar to No. 121. 

126. Ditto, 1798. 

127. Charles Louis, 1801-1807. AB. Francescone, 1803. Obv. LUDO- 

VICUS.I.D.G. HISP.INF.REX.ETRURIAE etc. Bustr. Rev. 
VIDEANT PAUPERES ET LAETENTUR. Crownedarms. 

128. AB. Francescone, 1803. Obv. CAROLVS.LVD.D.G.REX.ETR. & 

M.ALOYSIA.R.RECTRIX.I.I.H.H. Busts, jugate, r. Rev. DO- 
MINE SPES MEA A lUVENTATE MEA. Similar to No. 121. 

129. AB. Francescone, 1806. Obv. Similar to No. 128. Rev. Crowned 

arms, as No. 121. 

130. Ditto, 1807. 

131. Ferdinand m, 1814-1824 (Bestored). AB. Mezzo-francescone, 1820. 

06i;. FERD.III.D.G.P.I.A.R.H.ET B.A.A.M.D.ETR. Bustr. Rev. 
LEX TVA VERITAS. Round shield of arms. 
182. AB. 10 Soldi, 1823. Obv. FERD.II.A.D.A.G.D.DI TUSC. Shield of 
arms. Rev. V^alue and date. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 519 

133. Leopold n, 1824-1869. AV. Fiorino, 1824. Obv. LEOPOLDVS II. 

D.G.A.A.M.D.ETR. Florentine lily. i?ev. S.IOANNESetc. Saint 

John seated 1. 
184. AB. Francescone, 1834. Obv. LEOPOLDVS. II. D. G.P.I. A. P.R.H.ET 

B.A.A.MAGN.DVX.ETR. Bust r. i^ei;. Crowned shield of arms. 
136. AB. Mezzo-francescone, 1829. Obv. Short bust r. Rev. Heart-shaped 

shield of arms. 

136. AE. Fiorino, 1826. Obv. LEOPOLDO.II.A.D.A.GRAN.DUCA.DI 

TOSCANA. Bustr. iJw. Value and lily. 

137. AB. Half-fiorlno, 1827. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Value 

and date. 

138. AB. 10 Quattrini, 1826. Obv. Oval shield of arms crowned. Rev. 

Similar to No. 137. 



139. Bologna. AB. Scudo, 1796. Obv. POPVLVS ET. SENATVS 

BONON. Shield of arms. Rev. PRAESIDIVM ET DECVS. 
View of city of Bologna. 

140. Ditto, 1797. 

141. Mezzo-scudo, 1796. Types similar to No. 139. 



142. Borne. Senate, 1190-1347. AV. Ducat. Obv. SA.NT PETR N. 

Florentine lily. i?ei;. S.IOH AN N ES.B. St. John Baptist. 

143. AV. ZeccMno. Obv. S.PETERVS SEN ATOR URBIS. Pope kneel- 

ing before St. Peter. Rev. EflBgy of Christ within an oval of stars. 

COINAGE OP THE POPES. 

144. Paul V, 1606-1621. AB. Scudo, 1620. Obv. Bust r. Rev. St. George 

slaying dragon. 

145. Clement X, 1670-1676. AB. Scudo, 1676. Obv. Shield of arms. 

Rev. DABIT FRVCTVM SVVM IN TEMPORE. A tomb. 

146. AB. Scudo, 1676. Oftv. Arms. iJw. Entrance to cathedral; on archi- 

trave, DILIGIT DNVS. PORTAS. SION. 

147. Alexander Vm, 1689-1691. AB. Testone, 1690. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 

RE.FRVMENTARIA.RESTITVTA. Yoke of oxen hitched to plow. 

148. Clement XI, 1700-1721. AV. Scudo, 1712. Obv. C.EM. X\. P.M. A. 

Xil. Arms of Pope. Rev. FERRO NOCENTIVS AVRVM, on a 
shield. 

149. AV. Half-scudo, 1709. Obv. Similar to No. 148. Rev. SANCTVS 

PETRVS.AP. Head of St. Peter. 

150. AV. Half-scudo, 1717. Obv. Bust r. Rev. S. PETRVS. APOST. 

Bust of St. Peter, back view, head 1. 

151. AV. Half-scudo. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. FERRO I NOCEN | 

TIVS 1 AVRVM. Shield. 

152. AE. Grosso, 1800. Obv. Papal arms. Rev. DATE ET DABITVR. 

Shield. 

163. Clement XH, 1730-1740. AB. Testone, 1736. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 

Shield of arms. 

164. AE. Grosso, 1736. Obv. S.PET-RVS AP. Bust of St. Peter. ReiK 

Shield of arms. 

165. AE. Grosso, 1738. Obv. Similar to No. 154. Rev. IN CI BOS | 

PAVPERVM, and date within wreath. 

166. AB. Grosso, 1739. Obv. Similar to No. 154. Rev. HABETIS PAV- 

PERES, and date within wreath. 



520 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

167. AK. Grosso. Obv. Similar to No. 154. Bev. IMPLETI | ILLV- 

SIONIBVS I and date on shield. 

168. Benedict XIV, 1740-1768. AV. 2 Scudl, 1744. Obv. BEN ED. XIV. 

P.M. Madonna in clouds. i?«;. REPENTE DE CAELO. Arms. 

169. AV. Scudo, 1748. 06i). BEN. XIV. P.M. 1746. Madonna in nubi- 

bus. Rev. Similar to No. 158. 

160. AV.Half-scudo. O&t;. BEN | XIV. Keysand crown. i?cv. PETRVS. 

Bust r. 

161. AR. Oiuglio, 1767. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Madonna in nubibus. 

162. Clement Xm, 1768-1769. AE. Grosso, 1763. Obv. C. EM. Xill. 

PONT. M. A. V. Shield of arms. Rev. OBLECTAT IVSTOS 
MISERICORDIA. Date. 

163. AB, Half-grosso, 1764. Obv. Similar to No. 162. Rev. VTERE QVASI 

HOMO FRVGI. Date. 

164. Clement XIV, 1769-1776. AB. Teston, 1773. 06v. CLEMENS. XIV 

PONT. MAX. A. V. Shield of arms. Rev. S. PETRVS.S. PAVLVS. 
The two apostles standing vis-d-vis. 

166. Sede Vacante, 1774. AB. Fifth-scudo, 1774. O&i. SEDE. VACANTE. 
MDCCLXXIV. Shield of arms. i?e». VENI LVMEN. CORDIVM. 
Dove. 

166. Pius VI, 1776-1800. AV. Ducat, 1787. Obv. APOSTOLOR PRIN- 
CE PS. St. Peter. Rev. A lily. 

167-168. AB. Giuglio, 1776. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. A tomb. 

169. AB. Scudo, 1780. Obv. Similar to No. 167. Rev. AVXILIVM DE 

SAN CTO . Madonna in clouds. 

170. AB. Half-scudo, 1777. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 169. 

171. AB. Half-scudo, 1781. Obv. Bust r. Rev. A chapel; BONONIA 

1781. 

172. AB. Quarter-scudo, 1796. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Peter and 

Andrew. 

173. AB. 2 Giuglii, 1796. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Similar to No. 169. 

174. AB. Fifth-scudo, 1784. Similar to No. 173. 

176. AB. Grosso, 1788. Obv. Similar to No. 173. Rev. AVXILIVM DE 
SANCTO. 

176. AB. 6 BaioccM, 1778. Obv. Lily. Rev. Shield of arms. 

177. Pius Vn, 1800-1823. AV. Doppia, 1804. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. 

APOSTOLOR. PRINCEPS. St. Peter. 

178. AB. Scudo, 1802. Similar to No. 169. 

179. AB. Half-scudo, 1802. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Similar to No. 169. 

180. AB. Half-giugUo, 1816. Obv. Arms. Rev. PAVPERI | PORRIGE | 

MANVM. Date. 

181. Sede Vacante, A. D. 1830. AB. 30 Baiocchi, 1830. Obv. SEDE 

VACANTE. Papalarms. i?n-. VENI LVMEN CORDIVM. Dove. 
182-183. Gregory XVI, 1831-1846. AV. 10 Scudi, 1836. Obv. GRE- 

GORIVS. XVI. PON. MAX. A. V. I. Bust 1. iJei;. Value and date. 
184. AV. 6 Scudi, 1836. Similar to No. 182. 
186-186. AV. 2 1/2 Scudi, 1836. Similar to No. 182. 

187. AB. Scudo, 1834. Obv. Similar to No. 182. Rev. LVMEN AD RE- 

VELATIONEM GENTIVM. Simeon blessing the infant Jesus. 

188. Bepublic of 1849. N. 40 BaioccM, 1849. Obv. DIO E POPOLO. 

Eagle on fasces. iJei. REPUBBLICA ROMANA. Value. 

189. N. 16 Baiocchi, 1849. Similar to No. 188. 

190. N. 8 BaioccM, 1849. Ditto. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 521 

191. N. 4 Baiocchi, 1849. Ditto. 

191a. AE. 3 Baiocchi, 1849. Types similar to No. 188. 
191b. AE. 1 Baiocco, 1849. Ditto. 
191c. AE. Half-baiocco, 1849. Ditto. 

SIEGE TOKENS. 

192. N. 40 Baiocchi, 1849. Square. Obv. ROMA | OBSESSA I AB EX- 

ERCITV I FRANCORVM | Rev. She-wolf suckling twins. 

193. N. 20 Baiocchi, 1849, Types similar to No. 192. 

194. N. 10 Baiocchi, 1849. Ditto. 

195. N, 6 Baiocchi, 1849. Ditto. 



196. Pius IX, 1846-1878. AV. 2 1/2 Scudi, 1858, Ohv. Bust 1. Rev. 

Value and date within a laurel wreath. 

197. AV. Scudo, 1853. Similar to 196; pontifical year VIII. 

198. AK. Scudo, 1848. Similar to No. 196; pontifical year II. Edge 

reeded. 

199. Ditto, 1853. 

200. AR. 50 Baiocchi, 1850. Similar to No. 196; pontificial year V. 

201. AR. 20 Baiocchi, 1850. Types similar to No. 196, but endless wreath. 

202. AR. 10 Baiocchi, 1858. Obv. PIVS IX PON. MAX. AN. XII. Arms. 

Rev. 10 BAIOCCHI, within wreath. 

203. AR. 6 Baiocchi, 1856. Types similar to No. 202. 

204. AR. 20 Baiocchi, 1865. Types similar to No. 196, but with endless 

wreath. 

205. AR. 10 Baiocchi, 1866. Types as last. 

206. AR. 6 Baiocchi, 1865. Ditto. 



207. Second issue. AV. 20 Lire, 1868. Obv. Bustl. Rcv.STATOPOU- 

TIFICIO. Value and date. 

208. AR. 2 Lire, 1869. Types similar to No. 207; pontifical year XXIV. 

209. AR. Lira, 1869. Types similar to No. 208. 

210. AR. Lire, 1867. 06i;.Similar to No. 207. /?fv. STATO PONTIFICIO. 

10 SOLDI within wreath. 

211. AR. 6 Soldi, 1867. Similar to No. 209. 

napl.es. 

212. Ferdinand I, 1458-1494. AR. CarUn. Obv. FERNANDVS. D. G. R. 

S I C I L I E . Bust r. Rev. St. Michael slaying dragon. 

THE TWO SICIIjIES. 

213-214. Charles U, A. D. 1665-1700. AR. Scudo, 1684. 06i;.CARLOVS. 

II. D. G. HISPANIAR.ET.NEAP.REX. Bustr. i?CT. VNVS.NON. 

SVFFICIT. Scepter surmounted by a crown. 
216. AR. 60 Grani, 1693. Obv. Bust, crowned, r. Rev. Value and date. 

216. AR. 20 Grani, 1691. Similar to No. 215. 

217. Ditto, 1696. 

218. 20 Grani, 1687. Ofti;. Shield of arms. 7?ct. HIS. VICI. ET. REGNO. 

Globe, fasces and cornucopiae crowned. 



622 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

219. Charles m of Austria, A. D. 1707(1713)-1734. AB. Double Scudo, 

1732. 06i'. CAROL.III.D.G.SICIL.ET.HIER.REX. Laureated bust 
r. Rev. Phoenix. 

220. Charles IV (m of Spain). AV. Ducat, 1761. Obv. CAROLVS.D.G. 

SIC.ET.HIE.REX. Bust r. Rev. RESVRGIT. Phoenix. 

221. AB. Piastra, 1736. 06i'. CAR.D. G. REX. NEAP HISP. INFANS. 

Shield of arms. ifcv. DE SOCIO PRINCEPS. Recumbent figure 
by the sea. 
222-223. DiUo, 1736. 

224. AB. Piastra, 1760. Obv. CAR.D.G.VTR.SIC.ET.HIER.REX. Bust 

r. Rev. Shield of arms. 

225. AB. Half-piastra, 1734. Similar to No. 221. 

226. AB. 60 Oraui, 1736. Coronation piece. 06^;. Bustr. i?eD. FAUSTO 

CORONATIONIS ANNO. Cross. 

227. AB. Half-piastra, 1750. Similar to No. 224. 

228. Ferdinand IV, A. D. 1759-1806. AV. 6 Ducats, 1786. Obv. FER- 

DINAN.IV. D.G.SICIL.ET HIER REX. Bust r. Rev. INFANS 
HISPA.IAR. Shield of arms. 

229. AB. Neapolitan Ducat, 1786. • Obv. Similar to No. 228. ifev. Crowned 

shield of arms. 

230. AB. Piastra, 1796. 06v. Headr. iJev. Shield of arms; at sides A — P. 

231. AB. 10 Grani, 1791. Obv. FERDINAND IV.SICIL.REX. Bust r. 

Rev. Cross. 

232. AB. 20 Grani, 1796. Obv. Similar to No. 231. Rev. Date, value, and 

crown. 

233. AB. 10 Grani, 1796. Obv. Similar to No. 231. Rev. IN HOCSIGNO 

VINCES. Cross. 

234. AB. 12 Tari, 1798. Ohv. Bust r. Rev. HISPANIARUM INFANS. 

Eagle displayed. 
236. AB. 3 Tari, 1796. Obv. Similar to No. 234. Rev. Cross. 

PARTHENOPEAN REPUBLIC, A. D. 1799, JANTTARY TO JUNE. 

236. AB. 12 Carlini, 1799. Obv. REPUBLICA NAPOLOTANA. A 
maiden (Parthenos) with liberty pole. Rev. ANNO SETTIMO 
DELLA LIBERIA. CAR. | LINI. ] DODOCI within wreath. 

287. AB. 6 Carlini, 1799. Similar to No. 236. 



238-239. Ferdinand IV (restored). AB. Piastra, 1806. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 
Shield of arms. 

THE KINGDOM OP NAPLES. 

240-241. Joseph Napoleon Bonaparte, A. D. 1806-1808. AB. Piastra, 1808. 
Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

242. Joachim Murat, A. D. 1808. AV. 20 Lire, 1813. Obv. GIOACCHINO 

NAPOLEONE. Head 1. Rev. REGNO DELLE DUE SICILIE. 
Value. 

243. AB. 12 Carlini, 1809. Obv. Head 1. Rev. PRINCIPE E GRAND 

AMMIRAGLIO Dl FRANCIA. Value. 

244. Ditto, 1810. 

246-246. AB. Lira, 1813. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 1 LIRA within wreath. 

SICILY. 

247. Ferdinand m, 1806-1816. AB. 12 Tari, 1810. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 
VTR. SIC. HIER. INFANS. HISP. Eagle within wreath. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 523 
THE TWO SICILIES. 

248-249. Ferdinand I, 1816-1826. AR. Piastra, 1818. Obv. Crowned 
bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. Edge, PROVIDENTIA 
OPTIMI PRINCIPIS. 

260. AR. Half-piastra, 1818. Similar to No. 248. 

251. AR. 10 Grani, 1818. Similar to No. 248. 

262. Ferdinand n, 1830-1869. AV. 6 Ducats, 1831. Obv. Head r. Rev. 
Victory with shield. 

253-264. AR. Piastra, 1831. Obv. Similar to No. 252; inscription con- 
tinues over head. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

255. AR. Piastra, 1837. Similar to No. 253, except that head is bearded. 

256. AR. 20 Grani, 1840. Similar to No. 255. 

257. AR. 10 Grani, 1865. Similar to No. 255. 

RAQUSA. 

268. AR. Scudo, 1793. Obv. R HAG VS. RESPVBL. A female bust, 

diademate, r. Rev. DVCE DEO FIDE ET IVST. Shield of arms 
crowned. 

MALTA. 

269. Knights of St. John. Adrian de Wignacourt, 1690-1697. AV. Ducat, 

1694. Obv. S. 10. BAPT. F. A. DE WIGNAC. Grand Master 
kneeling. Rev. M. M. HOSPIT. ET S.SEP. HIE. Shield of arms. 

260. Emanuel Pinto, 1741-1773. AV. Ducat. Obv. F.EMANVEL PINTO 

M.M. Bustl. i?ev. HOSPI.ET S. SEP.HIER. Shield of arms. 

261. AR. Scudo, 1767. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. NON SURREXIT 

M A I O R . St. John in Wilderness. 

262. Francisco Ximenes, 1773-1775. AR. 12 Tari, 1773. Obv. Bust r. 

Rev. Shield of arms. 

KINGDOM OP ITALY. 

263. Victor Emanuel H, 1861-1878. AR. 6 Lire, 1861. Obv. VITTORIO 

EMANUELE II. Head r. Rev. REGNO D'lTALIA. Crowned 
shield of arms. 

264. AR. 8 Lire, 1861. Obv. Similar to No. 263. Rev. CINQUE LIRE 

ITALIANE. Similar to No. 263. 
266. Umberto I, 1878-1900. AV. 100 Lire, 1891. Obv. UMBERTO I. RE 
D'lTALIA. Headl. i?CT. Shield of arms. 

266. AV. 50 Lire, 1891. Similar to No. 265. 

267. AV. 20 Lire, 1891. Similar to No. 265. 

268. AR. 6 Lire, 1879. Obv. Head r. Rev. Similar to No. 265. 

269. AR. 2 Lire, 1885. Similar to No. 268. 

270. AR. Lira, 1886. Similar to No. 268. 

271. AR. 60 Centesimi, 1889. Similar to No. 268. 

272. Victor Emanuel m, 1900-. AV. 100 Lire, 1906. Obv. Head 1. Rev. 

REGNO D'lTALIA. Eagle crowned. 

273. AR. 2 Lire, 1906. Obv. Head r. Rev. Similar to No. 272. 

274. AR. 2 Lire, 1908. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Italia in quadriga. 

275. AR. Lira, 1906. Similar to No. 273. 

276. Ditto, 1907. 

277. AR. Lira, 1908. Similar to No. 274. 



524 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

278. N. 26 Centesimi, 1902. Obv. Shield of arms and date. Rev. Value 

in wreath. 

279. N. 20 Centesimi, 1894. Obv. REGNO D'lTALIA. Value. Rev. 

Crown and date in wreath. 

280. N. 20 Centesimi, 1908. Obv. ITALIA. Bust of Italia 1. Rev. Liberty, 

floating above shield of arms. 

281. AE. 6 Centesimi, 1909. 06v. VICTOR EMANUEL III RE D'lTALIA. 

Bust 1. Rev. Italia standing facing on ship's prow. 

282. AE. 2 Centesimi, 1909. Obv. Similar to No. 281. Rev. Value and 

date. 

283. AE. 1 Centesimo, 1909. Similar to No. 282. 

SPECIAL COINS FOR THE INTEKNATIONAL EXPOSmON, MILAN, 1906. 

284. AB. 20 Centesimi, 1909. Obv. Facing female bust. Rev. CENTmi I 

20. within a ribbon inscribed VALEVOLE NELL' INTERNO DELL' 
ESPOSIZIONE. 
286. AE. Similar types and marked with the same value as No. 284. 

PRINCIPAIjITY of MONACO. 

1. Honorius n, 1605-1662. AE. Thaler, 1653. 06u. HONO.II.D.G.PRIN : 

MONOICI. Draped bust r. i?c^. DVX VALENT: etc. Crowned 
shield of arms. 

2. Cliarles m, 1866-1889. AV. 20 Francs, 1879. Obv. CHARLES III. 

PRINCE DE MONACO. Head r. i?ei;. Shield of arms, within a 
mantle. 
8. Albert I, 1889-. AV. 100 Francs, 1891. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Oval shield 
of arms, crowned, within wreath of palm and olive; above, DEO 
IVVANTE. 



sPAnr. 

1. Barcelona. James H, 1291-1327. AR. Grosso. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. 

Long cross. 

2. Ferdinand and Isabella, 1479-1512. AV. Double escudb. Obv. FER- 

NANDVS°ET°ELISABETH°REX:ET:REG + . Crowned busts vis- 
k-v\s. /?ei;.SVB:VMBRA:ALARVM:TVA. Shield of arms on breast 
of an eagle displayed. 

3. AV. Escudo. Same types as No. 2. 

4. AV. Escudo. FERNANDVS:ET:HAELISABET:D:EI. TypesasNo.2. 

mm. S. 
6. AB. 4 Reals. Obv. Shield of arms. Rev. Yoke and arrows. 
6-7. AR. Real. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. REX ET REGINA 

etc. Yoke and bunch of arrows within beaded circle. 
8. AR. Medio-real. Obv. Yoke. Rev. Same legend as No. 6. Arrows. 
9-10. AR. Cuarto de Real. As No. 8. 

11. Philip n, 1556-1698. AR. Peso, 1598. Obv. PH ILIPPVS.D. G. OM- 

NI VM. Crowned shield of arms. /?ei;. Arms of Leon and Castile. 

12. Philip m, 1598-1621. AE. 8 Maravedis, 1608. Obv. PHILIPPVS. III. 

D.G. Arms of Castile. Rev. Arms of Leon. 

13. PhiUpIV, 1621-1666. AR. SOReals, 1626. Obv. PHILIPPVS + llil + 

D. + G. Shield of arms. i?ei). H ISPANIARVM-|-REX.+ Armsof 
Leon and Castile. 

14. AR. 8 Reals, 1660. Obv. Shield of royal arms. Rev. Arms of Leon 

and Castile. 

15. AR. 2 Reals, 1627. Similar to No. 14. 

16. Charles n, 1665-1700. AR. 2 Reals, 1682. Obv. CAROLVS+1 1 + 1682. 

Armsof Leon and Castile. Rev. CAROLVS (in ligatures) crowned. 

17. AE. 1 Maravedi. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Shield of arms. 

18. Philip V, 1700-1724. AV. 8 Escudos, 1712. Obv. PHILIPPVS4-V4- 

DEI.GRAT. Crowned shield of arms. i?ei;. HISPANIARVM REX. 
A cross. 
19-20. AR. 2 Reals, 1708. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Monogram 
crowned. 

21. AR. 2 Reals, 1704. Obv. Crowned shield of arms; mm. M. Rev. 

Arms of Leon and Castile. 

22. AR. Real, 1707. As No. 19. 

23. AR. Real, 1721. As No. 21. 

24. Charles m (Pretender), 1702-1714. AR. 2 Reals, 1708, 1710, 1714. 

06i;. CAROLVS+D.G. Crowned shield of arms. i?ey. CAROLVS 
(in monogram) III, crowned. 
25-26. Ditto, 1710, 1714. 

27. Luis 1, 1724. AR. 2 Reals, 1724. 06i;. LUDOVICUS. I.D.G. Crowned 

shield of arms. Rev. Arms of Leon and Castile. 

28. Philip V, 1724H746. AV. 2 Escudos (Madrid), 1740. Obv. PHILIP. 

V.D.G.HISPAN.ET.IND.REX. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of 
arms. 

29. AR. 8 Reals (Seville), 1721. Obv. Shield of royal arms crowned. Rev. 

Arms of Leon and Castile. 

525 



526 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

30. AB. 4 Eeals (Madrid), 1734. Types similar to No. 29. 

31. AB. 2 Eeals (Seville), 1734. Types similar to No. 29. 

32. AB. Beal (Seville), 1726. Types similar to No. 29. 

33. Ditto, 1738. 

34. AE. Half-real (Madrid), 1738. Types similar to No. 29. 

36. Ferdinand VI, 1746-1769. AV. Escudo, 1760. Obv. FERDINAND. 

V i . D . G . Head r. Bev. Crowned shield of arms. 
36. Ditto, 1766r 
87. AB. 2 Beals, 1764. Types similar to No. 29. 

38. Ditto, 1768. 

39. AB. Beal, 1761. Types similar to No. 29. 

40. Charles m, 1769-1788. AV. 8 Escudos (Madrid), 1778. 06i'. CAROL. 

III.D.G.HISP.ET.IND.R. Bust r. i?ev. Crowned shield of arms. 

41. AV. 4 Escudos, 1788. Types similar to No. 40. 

42. AV. Escudo, 1781. Types similar to No. 40. 

43. AV. Half-escudo, 1783. Obv. Carol.lll.D.G.HISP.R. Bust r. Rev. 

Arms of Leon and Castile. 

44. AV. Half-escudo, 1786. As No. 43. 
46. Ditto, 1788. 

46-47. AB. Peso (Seville), 1762. Obv. Shield of royal arms crowned. Rev. 

Arms of Leon and Castile. 
48 AB. Peso, 1774. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Arms of Leon and Castile. 
49. AE. Toston, 1779. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Same as No. 48. 

60. AB. Peseta, 1771. Types similar to No. 46. 

61. AB. Peseta, 1773. Types similar to No. 48. 

62. Charles rv, 1788-1808. AV. 4 Escudos (Madrid), 1792. 06r. CAROL. 

IIILD.G.HISP.ET.IND.R. Bust, r. iJev. Crowned shield of royal 
arms. 

63. AV. 1 Escudo, 1793. Types similar to No. 52. 

64. AB. Peso (Seville), 1792. Obv. Similar to No. 52. Rev. Crowned arms 

of Leon and Castile. 
66. AB. Peso (Madrid), 1803. Similar to No. 54. 

66. AE. Toston, 1797. Types similar to No. 54. 

67. AE. Peseta, 1808. Types similar to No. 54. 

68. AE. Half-real, 1793. Types similar to No. 54. 

69. Ferdinand VH, 1808-1813. AE. 6 Pesetas (Siege piece), 1809. Obv. 

Arms in plain field; wreath on border. Rev. 5. PS | PER 

VI L I 1809 in incused depressions. 

60. AB. Duro (Siege piece of Granada), 1808. Obv. PER. VI I. in a plain 

field. Rev. GNA- | 1808 | UN DURO; plain field. 
61-62. AE. 6 Pesetas, 1810. Obv. Arms of Barcelona. Rev. EN.BAR- 

C E LO N A . Value and palm branches. 

63. AE. 2 Beals, 1811. Types as No. 62. 

64. Joseph Bonaparte, 1808-1813. AV. 2 Escudos, 1811. Obv. lOSEPH. 

NAP.D.G.HISP.ET.IND.R. Bustl. iJej;. Arms and value, mm. M. 
66. AB. Duro, 1809. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

66. Ditto, 1812. 

67. AE. Medio-duro, 1812. Types as No. 65. 

68. AE. Peseta of 4 Eeals, 1812. Types similar to No. 65. 

69. Ferdinand Vn, 1813-1833. AV. 80 Beals, 1822. Obv. FERN 7.° POR 

LA G. DE DIOS Y LA CONST. Head r. Rev. REY DE LAS 
ES P A N A S . Crowned shield of arms. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 527 

70. AV. 4 Escudos, 1820. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms. 

71. AV. 2 Escudos, 1817. Types similar to No. 70. 

72. AE. 8 Reals, 1813. Obv. Draped bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 64. 

73. Ditto, 1816. 

74. AE. 30 Sous (Siege piece), 1821. Obv. SALUS POPULI. Shield of 

arms. Rev. FRO.— VII | ; top and bottom, 1821 | 30 SOUS. 
76-76. AR. 10 Reals (Siege piece), 1821. 06v. Head r. Rev. RESEL- 
LADO and value. 

77. AR. 20 Reals, 1822. Obv. Type as No. 69. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms between pillars. 

78. Ditto, 1823. 

79. AR. 20 Reals (Madrid), 1833. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Crowned 

shield of arms. 

80. AR. 4 Reals (Barcelona), 1821. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms. 

81. AR. 2 Reals, 1830. Types similar to No. 72, with mm. S on reverse. 

82. Ditto, 1833. 

83. Isabella n, 1833-1870. AV. 10 Escudos, or 80 Reals, 1846. Obv. 

ISABEL 2A. POR LA GRACIA etc. Bust r. Rev. REYNA DE 
LAS ESPAN AS. Crowned shield of arms. 

84. AV. Doubloon or 100 Reals, 1857. Obv. Draped bust 1. Rev. Oval 

shield of arms. 
86. AV. 10 Escudos, 1868. Obv. Draped bust 1. Rev. Shield of arms 
within an ermine mantle. 

86. AV. 40 Reals, 1862. Types similar to No. 84. 

87. AV. 4 Escudos, 1868. Same types as No. 85. 

88. AR. Duro or 20 Reals, 1836. Same types as No. 83; mm. M. 

89. AR. 4 Real, 1833. Same types as No. 83. 

90. AR. Real, 1848. Same types as No. 83. 

91. Second Coinage, Decree of 1848. AR. Duro of 20 Reals. Obv. Bust r. 

Rev. Shield of arms between pillars of Hercules. 

92. AR. 10 Real, 1863. Types similar to No. 91. 

93. AR. 4 Real, 1862. Obv. Type as No. 91. Rev. Arms of Leon and 

Castile. 

94. Ditto, 1863. 

96. AR. 2 Reals, 1862. Types similar to No. 93. 

96. Ditto, 1863. 

97. AR. Real, 1863. Types similar to No. 93. 

98. Ditto, 1864. 

99. AR. Duro of 20 Reals, 1866. Obv. Laureated head r. Rev. Shield of 

arms between the pillars of Hercules. 
100-101. Ditto, 1859. 

102. AR. 4 Reals, 1858. Obv. Similar to No. 99. Rev. Crowned shield of 

arms. 
103-104. AR. 26 Centimes, 1869. Obv. Similar type to No. 99. Reu. Shield 

of arms within laurel wreath. 
106. Third Coinage. AR. Escudo (10 Reals). Obv. Similar to No. 99. 

Rev. Arms and crown between pillars. 

106. AE. 6 Centimes de Escudo, 1866. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Oval shield of 

arms crowned. 

107. AE. 2 1/2 Centimos de Escudo, 1867. Types similar to No. 106. 

108. AE. Half-centimo, 1867. Types similar to No. 106. 

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528 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

109. Provisional Oovemment, A. D. 1869-1870. AB. 5 Pesetas, 1870. 

Obv. ESPANA. Hispania reclining 1. Rev. Crowned arms between 
pillars of Hercules. 

110. AB. Peseta, 1869. O&r. GOBERNO PROVISIONAL. Similar type 

to No. 109. RetK SimDar type to No. 109. 

111. AB. 60 Centimos, 1869. Similar types to No. 110. 

112. AE. 10 Centimos, 1870. Obv. Hispania seated r. Rev. Lion support- 

ing shield of arms. 
118. AE. 6 Centimos, 1870. Similar types to No. 112. 
114. AE. 2 Centimos, 1870. Types similar to No. 112. 
116. AE. 1 Centime, 1870. Types similar to No. 112. 



116. Amadeol, 1870-1873. AB. 6 Pesetas, 1871. Obv. AMADEO I. REY 

D E ESPANA. Head 1. Rev. Crowned arms between two pillars. 

117. Cliarles VH (Pretender), 1874. AB. 6 Pesetas, 1874. Obv. CARO- 

LUS VII REY DE LAS ESPANAS. Laureated head r. Rev.D\OS 
PATRIA Y REY. Crowned arms. 

118. AE. 6 Centimos, 1876. Obv. Laureat^Kl head r. Rev. Crowned arms 

between two crowned monograms. 
119-120. Alfonso XH, 1874-1886. AB. 6 Pesetas, 1876. Obv. ALFONSO 
Xil REY DE ESPANA. Head 1. Rev. Crowned arms between 
pillars. 

121. AB. 2 Pesetas, 1879. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Type similar to No. 119. 

122. AE. 10 Centimos, 1877. Obv. Similar to No. 121. Rev. Crowned arms 

within laxirel wreath. 

123. Alfonso XIH, 1886. AV. 20 Pesetas, 1889. Obv. ALFONSO XIII 

PORLAG.DEDIOS. Bust r. Rev . Shield of arms within ermme 
mantle. 

124. AB. 6 Pesetas, 1894. Obv. Inscription as on No. 123; bust 1. Rev. 

Crowned arms between pillars. 
126-126. AB. Peseta, 1894. Obv. Head of the King as a child. Rev. Type 
similar to No. 124. 

127. AB. Peseta, 1896. Type similar to No. 125 with boyish head of the 

King. 

128. AB. 60 Centimos, 1894. Types similar to No. 125. 

129-130. AB. 60 Centimos, 1904. Similar to No. 125, with bust of King in 
maturity. 



PORTXJGAI. 

1. Don Sebastian, 1667-1578. AV. Crozado. Obv. Crowned shield. Rev. 

Cross. 

2. Philip n, 1598-1640. AK. TostSo. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. 

Rev. Cross. 

3. Alfonso VI, 1650-1683. AR. TostSo, 1664. Obv. ALPHONSVS.VI.D. 

G . PO RT V G . ET A LG . R E X . Crowned arms and value. Rev. Cross. 

4. Pedro n, 1683-1704. AB. TostSo (80 Beis). Obv. Crown and value. 

Rev. Cross. 
6. 2 Vintens. Types similar to last. 

6. Jo5o V, 1706-1750. AV. Quarto de Moeda, 1722. Obv. lOANNES.V.D. 

G. PORT. ET ALG. REX. Crowned shield. Rev. Cross. 

7. Ditto, 1739. 

8. AV. Escudo, 1723. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield. 

9. AV. Escudo, 1724. Similar to No. 8. 

10. AV. Meio-escudo, 1730. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Crowned shield 

of arms. 

11. Ditto, 1736. 

12. AV. Crozado novo, 1730. Obv. Crown in wreath. Rev. Cross. 

13. AR. Tostao (80 Reis). Obv. Crown and value. Rev. Cross. 

14. AR. 2 Vintens. Types similar to last. 

15. AE. 10 Reis, 1731. Obv. J V crowned. Rev. Value in wreath. 

16. AE. 6 Reis, 1732. Obv. Crowned shield. Rev. As No. 15. 

17. Jose I, 1750-1792. AR. Tostao. Obv. lOSEPHUS.I.D.G.PORT.ET. 

ALG. REX. Crown and value. iJev. Cross. 

18. AE. 10 Reis. Obv. Crowned shield. Rev. Value in wreath. 

19. Maria I and Pedro m, 1777-1799. AV. Pega, 1786. Obv. Busts, jugate, 

r. Rev. A crowned shield. 

20. AV. Meia-pesa, 1785. Types similar to last. 

21. AR. Meio-cnizado, 1781. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. Cross. 

22. AR. 6 Vintens. Similar types to No. 21. 

23. Maria I, alone. AV. Pega, 1787. 06v. MARIA.I.D.G.PORT.ET.ALG. 

R EG I N A. Bust r. Rev. Crowned shield. 

24. AR. Crozado novo, 1788. Obv. Crowned shield, value and date. Rev. 

Cross. 
35. AR. 2 Vintens. Obv. Crown and value. Rev. Cross and motto. 

26. AE. 20 Reis, 1796. Obv. Crowned shield. Rev. Value in wreath. 

27. AE. 10 Reis, 1795. Types as last. 

28. Joao, Regent, 1792-1816. AV. Pega, 1807. Obv. JOANNES.D.G. 

PORT.ET. ALG. P. REG ENS. Draped bust, laureated, r. Rev. 
Crowned shield of arms. 

29. AR. Crozado, 1816. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Cross; IN 

HOC SIGNO VINCES. 
30-31. Ditto, 1816. 

32. AE, 4 Reis, 1804. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. Value in wreath. 

33. Joao VI, 1816-1826. AV. Pega, 1823. Obv. Draped bust, laureated, r. 

Rev. Crowned arms within oak wreath. 

529 



530 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

84. A3,. Crozado, 1820. Oftv.Roundshieldof arms, crowned. Rev.CroBB. 
86. D. Pedro IV, 1826-1828. AE. 40 Beis, 1827. Obv. Bust r. Rev. 
Crowned arms. 

86. Maria n, 1828-1863. A£. 80 Beis, 1829, Island of Terceira. Obv. 

Crowned arms. Rev. ILHA TERCEIRA. UTILITATI. PUBLICAE. 
Value in a wreath. 

87. AE. 6 Beis, 1830. Obv. MARIA II. DEI. GRATIA. Crowned shield. 

Rev. PORTUGALI AE, etc. Value in wreath. 

88. D. Miguel, 1823-1833. AE. 40 Beis, 1832. Obv. MICHAEL DEI 

GRATIA. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Value in wreath. 

39. AE. 10 Beis, 1831. Types similar to last. 

40. Maria n (restored). AV. Pega, 1834. Obv. Draped bust 1. Rev. 

Crowned arms within wreath. 

41. AV. CorOa, or 6,000 Beis, 1838. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Shield of arms 

within ermine mantle. By Wyon. 

42. AV. Meia-corda, 1838. Types similar to No. 41. 

43. AB. Corda, 1838. Types similar to No. 41. 

44. AB. Meia-corda, 1838. Ditto. 

46. AB. 2 Tostoes (200 Beis), 1838. Obv. Bust 1. Rev. Value in wreath. 

46. AB. Tostao (100 Beis), 1838. Ditto. 

47-48. Luis 1, 1861-1889. AV. Meia-cor6a, or 6,000 Beis, 1871. Obv. Head 

1. Rev. Shield of arms within a mantle. 
49. AV. Quinto de CorOa, 1871. Types similar to last. 
60-61. AB. 6 Tostees (600 Beis), 1871. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Crowned 

shield of arms in a wreath. 
62-63. AB. 2 Tostfies, 1871. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Value in wreath. 
64-66. AB. Tostao, 1871. Types as last. 

66. AB. Meio-tost5o, 1864. O&f. Crown and date. iJev. Value in wreath. 

67. AE. Vintem, 1866. Ofet;. Crowned shield of arms. i?a'. 20 in wreath. 

58. AE. Vintem, 1867. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. XX in wreath. 

59. AE. Vintem, 1886. Obv. D.LUIZ I.REI, etc. Head 1. Rev. Value 

and date in wreath. 

60. AE. X Beis, 1867. Types similar to No. 58. 

61. AE. X Beis, 1886. Types similar to No. 59. 

62. AE. V Beis, 1868. Similar to No. 58. 

63. AE. V Beis, 1882. Similar to No. 59. 

64. AE. m Beis, 1868. Similar to No. 58. 

66. D. Carlos, 1889-1909. AB. Milreis, 1898. (Commemorating discovery 
of India.) Obv. Busts of king and queen, jugate, 1. Rev. Cross. 

66. AB. Milreis, 1899. Obv. Head r. Rev. Shield of arms within mantle. 

67. AB. 600 Beis, 1892. Obv. Head r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms 

within a wreath. 

68. AB. 600 Beis, 1898. Types similar to No. 65. 

69. AB. 200 Beis, 1898. Ditto. 

70. AE. Vintem, 1892. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value in wreath. 

71. AE. X Beis, 1892. Types as No. 70. 

72. AE. V Beis, 1892. Ditto. 



BTJIGAEIA. 

1. AR. 2 Leva, 1882. Obv. Crowned shield of arms within mantle. Rev. 

Value and date in wreath. 

2. AR. Lev, 1882, Types similar to No. 1. 

3. AR. 50 Stotinki, 1883. Ditto. 

4. AE. 10 Centim, 1880. Obv. Arms. Rev. Value. 
6. AE. 6 Stotinki, 1881. As No. 4. 

6. Ferdinand I, 1887- AV. 20 Leva, 1894. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Crowned 

shield of arms. 

7. AV. 10 Leva, 1894. Similar to No. 6. 

8. AR. 2 Leva, 1891. Obv. As No. 6. Rev. Value and date in wreath. 

9. AR. 1 Lev, 1894. Types similar to last. 

10. N. 20 Stotinki, 1888. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. Value and date in 

wreath. 

11. N. 20 Stotinki, 1906. Similar to last, but types and letters of legends 

smaller. 

12. N. 10 Stotinki, 1888. Types similar to No. 10. 

13. N. 10 Stotinki, 1906. Similar to No. 11. 

14. N. 6 Stotinki, 1888. Similar to No. 10. 

16. AE. 2 Stotinki, 1901. Obv. Crowned arms. Rev. Value and date in 

wreath. 
16. AE. 1 Stotinki, 1901. Similar to last. 



ROXJMAinA. 

1. AR. 2 Lei, 1873. Obv. Shield of arms within a mantle surmounted 

with a crown. Rev. ROMANIA. Value within a wreath. 

2. Carl I, A. D. 1881-. AR. 6 Lei, 1883. Obv. CAROL I REGE AL RO- 

M A N I E I . Head 1. Rev. Crowned arms within a mantle. 

3. AR. 1 Leu, 1900. As No. 2. 

4. AR. 50 Bani, 1900. Obv. As No. 2. Rev. Value and date within wreath. 
5-6. N. 10, and 5 Bani, 1900. Obv. Crown and date within wreath. Rev. 

Value. 
7-10. AE. 10, 6, 2, and 1 Bani pieces, 1867. Obv. Shield of arms within 

a mantle. Rev. Value and date within a wreath. 
11-13. N. 20, 10, and 6 Bani pieces, 1906. Obv. ROMANIA on a scroll; 

above, a crown. Rev. Value and date. Hole in center. 



12. AV. 20 Lei, 1906. 06i;. CAROL I REGE AL ROMANIEI. Headofthe 

Kingl; below, 1866-1905. i?ev.CARL I. DOMNUL ROMANIEI. 
Head 1. 

13. AR. 6 Lei, 1906. Similar to No. 12. 

14. AR. Leu, 1906. Similar to No. 12. 

631 



SEEVIA. 

1. Obrenovitch m, A. D. 1860-1868. A£. 10 Para, 1868. Ohv. Head 1. 

Rev. Value and date within wreath of oak and laurel; above, crown. 
2-3. A£. 6 and 1 Para, 1868. As No. 1. 
4. Milan I, A. D. 1868-1903. AV. 20 Denara, 1882. Obv. Head r. Rev. 

As No. 1. 
6. Peter I, A. D. 1903-. AB. 6 Denara, 1904. Obv. Heads of Peter I. and 

Kara George, jugate, r. Rev. A crowned shield of arms within a 

mantle; above, 1804 - 1904. 
6-7. AB. 2 and 1 Denar, 1904. Obv. Head r. Rev. Value within a wreath; 

above, crown. 

8. AB. 60 Para, 1904. As No. 6. 

9. N. 6 Para, 1904. Obv. Double eagle. Ret. Value. 

10. A£. 2 Para, 1904. As No. 9. 



GREECE. 

I. Otho I, A. D. 1832-1863. AV. 20 Drachmai, 1833. Obv. Head 1. Rev. 

Crowned shield of arms within a wreath of laurel. 
.2. AB. 6 Drachmai, 1833. Obv. Head r. Rev. Crowned shield of arms 

between laurel branches. 
8-4$. AB. 1, Half, Quarter Drachmai pieces, 1833. As No. 2. 
6. AE. 10 Lepta, 1837. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Value and 

date within laurel wreath. 
7-9. AE. Obolos, 1840; 2 Lepta, 1838; Lepton, 1839. As No. 6. 
10. George 1, 1863. AB. Drachma, 1878. 06?;. Head of king 1. iJer. Shield 

of arms within a mantle; below, value. 

II. N. 20 Lepta, 1894. Obv. A crown. Rev. Value within laurel wreath. 
12-15. A£. 10, 5, 2, and 1 Lepta pieces, 1869. Obv. Head 1. Rev. Value 

within a wreath. 

532 



RUSSIA. 

1. Ivan in, 1462-1605. AB. Denga. Inscriptions on botli sides. 

2. AR. Denga. Obv. Grand Duke mounted. Rev. Inscription. 

3. AB. Denga. Another variety of last. 

4. AR. Denga. Obv. St. George and dragon. Rev. Tartar inscription. 

6. Ivan IV, 1533-1684. AB. Denga. Obv. St. George. Rev. Inscription. 

6. AB. Denga. Variety of last. 

7. Feodor I, 1684-1598. AB. Denga. Types similar to No. 5. 

8. Ditto. Another variety. 

9. Boris Godonof, 1698-1605, AB. Denga. Types similar to No. 5. 
10-11. Vasili Ivanovitch, 1606-1610. Types similar to No. 5. Struck at 

Novgorod. 
12. Michael Feodorovitch, 1613-1645. AB. Denga. Types similar to No. 5. 
13-15. AB. Dengas. Varieties of last. 

16. Peter I, 1689-1725. AB. 2 Boubles, 1722. Obv. IIETPb. A. HMIIE- 

PATOPb. I CAM0,Zi;EP3KEIi;b. BCEPOCCIH. CKIH. Bust. r. 
Rev. MOHETA. HOBAA I],EHA flfiA PyB.7IH. Four monograms 
in form of cross. 

17. AB. Buble, 1721. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Double eagle. 
18-19. AB. Bubles, 1726. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Similar to No. 16. 

20. AB. Altinik. Obv. St. George and dragon. Rev. Value. 

21. AE. Kopek, 1718. Obv. St. George mounted r. Rev. Value. 

22. Catherine I, 1725-1727. AB. Buble, 1726. Obv. EKATEPIHA. 

IMnEPATPIIIA. I CAMO;i;EP}KHri;A. BCEPOCICKAil. Bust 1. 
Rev. MOHETA. HOBAH I],EHA. PYBJIb. 1725. Eagle. 

23. Peter H, 1727-1730. AB. Buble, 1727. Obv. HETPb. 11. IMEE- 

PATOPb. H CAMO^EPJKEII^. BCEPOCICKH. Laureated bust r. 
Rev. Four monograms in form of cross. 

24. AB. Buble, 1729. Similar to No. 23. 

26. Anna, 1730-1740. AB. Buble, 1734. Obv. B. M. AHHA. IMIIEPA- 
TPHri,A. I CAMO^EPm. BCEPOCHCKAH. Bust r. Rev. MO- 
HETA. pyB.ZIb. 1734. Eagle. 

26. AB. Buble, 1732. As last. 

27. AB. Grivinik, 1736. Obv. Eagle. Rev. Value and date. 

28. AE. Denga, 1731. Obv. Eagle. Rev. Value. 

29. AE. Polushka, 1731. Types similar to last. 

30. Elizabeth, 1741-1761. AY. 2 Bubles, 1766. Obv. B. M. EJIHCABTb. 

I. I MH. I CAMO;!,. BCEPOC. Bust. r. Rev. MOH. D^HA. ^l^A. 
pyB.nH. Eagle. 

31. AB. Buble, 1741. Obv. Laureated bust r. Rev. Eagle. 

32. AB. Buble, 1762. Obv. Coroneted bust r. Rev. Eagle. 

33. AB. Grivinik, 1747. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crown and value. 

34. Peter HI, 1761-1762. Obv. Cuirassed bust r. Rev. Four monograms 

in form of cross. 

35. Catherine H, 1762-1796. AV. Imperial. Obv. B. M. EKATEPHHA. 

II. IMH. H CAMO/li. BCEPOCC. Coroneted bust r. Rev. MOH. 
I1,EHA ^ECHT. PyB. IMEPCKAH POCClUC. Four crowned 
shields of arms arranged cruciformly -about eagle. 

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634 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

86. AV. Buble, 1779. Obv. As No. 35. Rev. Eagle. 

37. AV. Hall-ruble, 1777. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Monogram. 

88. AB. Ruble, 1764. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Double eagle. 

89. AB. 20 Kopeks, 1769. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Double eagle. 

40. Ditto, 1778. 

41. AE. 16 Kopeks, 1779. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Double eagle and value. 

42. AB. Qrlvinik, 1774. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Crown, value, and date. 

43. Ditto, 1784. 

44. Ditto, 1795. 

46. AE. 6 Kopeks, 1772. Obv. Crowned monogram in wreath. Rev. 
Double eagle. 

46. Ditto, 1790. 

47. Ditto, 1796. 

48. Paul I, 1796-1801. AB. Buble, 1799. Obv. MOHETA TTRTTA PYBJIB 

1799. Four monograms, crowned, in form of cross. Rev. HE 
ILOTB I HE HAMt | A HALaHH | TBOEMY, on a tablet 

49. AB. Half-ruble, 1798. Types similar to No. 48. 

60. AB. Half-ruble, 1800. Ditto. 

61. AE. 2 Kopeks, 1797. Obv. Crowned H. Rev. Value and date. 

62. AE. Ditto, 1800. 

63. AE. Kopek, 1798. Types similar to No. 51. 

64. AE. Denga, 1798. Ditto. 

66. Alexander I, 1801-1825. AV. Half-imperial, 1818. Obv. URTh PYB- 
jr[Efi[— 1818ro;XA. Double eagle, i^er. Beneath crown, ^tmCTATO I 
30JI0TA I 1 30.ttOTH | 39 ;i,OJIEa. 

66. AB. Buble, 1807. Obv. B. M. AJIEKCAH/tFL I. HMHEPATOPb 

HCAMO^apEP. BCEPOC. Bustr. /?ct. MOHETA. roCyMPCTB. 
POCClKCKAH. In field, PyB.;ib. 

67. AB. Buble, 1808. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. POCyMP— I CTBEH- 

HAH I POCClflCKAH \ MOHETA. within wreath. 

68. AB. Buble, 1813. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. qHCTATO | CEPEBPA I 

4 30.7IOTH I 21 Ji^OJlE. 

69. AB. Poltina, 1812. Types similar to No. 58. 

60. AB. 10 Kopeks, 1810. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Value and date. 

61. Ditto, 1811. 

62. AE. 6 Kopeks, 1804. Obv. Eagle. Rev. Value and date. 

63. AE. 2 Kopeks, 1811. O&r. Eagle. i?ei^. Value and date within a wreath. 

64. AE. Kopek, 1813. Types similar to No. 63. 

65. Ditto, 1816. 

66. Nicholas I, 1826-1855. Platinum. 12 Boubles, 1832. Obv. Double 

eagle. Rev. 9 30JI. 68 ^0.71. HHCTOa yPAJIbCKOfi[ lUUTTTHH; 
in field, 12 | pyB.7IEfi | HACEPEBPO— 1832. 

67. PI. 6 Eubles, 1831. Types similar to No, 66. 

68. Ditto, 1832. 

69. PI. 3 Bubles, 1831. Types as No. 66. 

70. Ditto, 1837. 

71. AV. Half-imperial, 1839. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Value and date. 

73. Ditto, 1853. 

74. AB. Buble, 1838. Obv. Double eagle within circle. Rev. Value and 

date within wreath. 
76. Ditto, 1861. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 



535 



Types similar to No. 74. 
Types similar to No. 74. 
Types similar to No. 74, but no circle on ob- 

Types as No. 80. 



76. AR. Poltina, 1837. 

77. Ditto, 1851. 

78. AB. 25 Kopeks, 1839. 

79. Ditto, 1847. 

80. AB. 20 Kopeks, 1839. 

verse. 

81. Ditto, 1853. 

82. AB. 10 Kopeks, 1853. 

83. AR. 5 Kopeks. Ditto. 

84-85. AE. 10 Kopeks, 1830. Obv. Double eagle, 1830. Rev. Value. 

86. AE. 6 Kopeks, 1830. Types as No. 84. 

87. AE. 2 Kopeks, 1830. Ditto. 

88. AE. Kopek, 1830. Ditto. 

89. Alexander n, 1855-1883. AV. Half-imperial, 1876. 61;. Double eagle. 

Rev. ^HCTAro 30JI0TA 1 30.aOTHHK1> 39 mjiEti; in field, 
5 I PYBJIEH. 

90. AV. 3 Rubles, 1876. Types as last. 

91. AR. Ruble, 1876. Obv. Double eagle within circle. Rev. Value and 

date in wreath. 

92. AR. Poltina, 1876. Types similar to Rouble No. 91. 

93. AR. 25 Kopeks, 1876. Ditto. 

94. AR. 20 Kopeks, 1876. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Value and date in 

wreath. 

95. AR. 15 Kopeks, 1867. 

96. Ditto, 1870. 

97. Ditto, 1876. 

98. AR. 10 Kopeks, 1867. 

99. Ditto, 1870. 

100. Ditto, 1876. 

101. 5 Kopeks, 1867. Types similar to No. 94. 

102. Ditto, 1876. 

103. AE. 5 Kopeks, 1869. 

104. AE. 3 Kopeks, 1869. 

105. AE. 2 Kopeks, 1873. 

106. AE. 1 Kopek, 1877. 

107. AE. Half-kopek, 1883. Ditto. 

108. AE. Quarter-kopek, 1883. Ditto. 

109. Alexander m, 1883-1894. AV. Imperial, 1893. 

Double eagle. 

110. AV. Half-imperial, 1893. Similar to last. 

111. AR. Ruble, 1883. Coronation piece. O61;. Bust r.; below, "Crowned 

at Moscow I 1883." Rev. Crown, scepter, and orb. 

112. AR. Ruble, 1886. Obv. Head r. Rev. Double eagle. 

113. Ditto, 1893. 

114. AR. Half-ruble, 1886. As No. 112. 

115. AR. Ditto, 1893. 

116. AR. 25 Kopeks, 1886. Types as No. 112. 

117. AR. Ditto, 1893. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Value. 

118. AR. 20 Kopeks, 1893. Types as No. 117. 

119. AR. 15 Kopeks, 1893. Ditto. 



Types similar to No. 94. 



Types similar to No. 94. 



Obv. Double eagle. Rev. 
Types similar to last. 
Ditto. 
Obv. Crowned monogram. 



Value within circle. 



Rev. Value and date. 



Obv. Head r. Rev. 



536 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

120. AB. 10 Kopeks, 1893. Ditto. 

121. AR. 6 Kopeks, 1886. Ditto. 

122. A£. 3 Kopeks, 1893. Obv. Doable eagle; below, value. Rev. Valae 

in beaded circle. 

123. A£. 2 Kopeks, 1893. Types as last. 

124. AE. 1 Kopek, 1893. Ditto. 

126. Nicolas H, 1895-. AV. Imperial (16 Boubles), 1897. Obv. Head 1. 
Rev. Double eagle. 

126. AV. Imperial (10 Roubles), 1904. Types similar to No. 125. 

127. AV. Half-imperial (7 1/2 Roubles), 1897. As No. 125. 

128. AV. 6 Rubles, 1898. As No. 125. 

129. AV. Half-imperial (5 Roubles), 1904. As No. 125. 

130. AR. Ruble, 1896. Types similar to No. 125. 

131. Ditto, 1904. 

132. AR. 60 Kopeks, 1896. Types similar to No. 125. 

133. Ditto, 1904. 

134. AR. 20 Kopeks, 1904. Obv. Double eagle. Rev. Value and date in 

wreath. 
136. Ditto, 1905. 

136. AR. 16 Kopeks, 1904. As No. 134. 

137. Ditto, 1906. 

138. AR. 10 Kopeks, 1904. As No. 134. 

139. Ditto, 1905. 

140. AR. 6 Kopeks, 1906. As No. 134. 

141-143. A£. 3, 2, and 1 Kopek pieces, 1904. Obv. Doable eagle. Rev. 
Value. 

RUSSIAN EAST PRUSSIA. 

145. Elizabeth. AR. Tymf, 1761. 06i'. ELISAB: I : D.G.IMP:TOT: RUSS. 

Bust r. Rev. Prussian eagle; below, mark of value. 

SIBERIA. 

146. Catharine II. AE. 10 Kopeks, 1769. Obv. Monogram crowned 

within wreath. Rev. A crowned shield supported by two martens. 

147. AE. 5, 2, and 1 Kopeks, 1771, 1769, and 1768, respectively. Of same 

types as No. 146. 

RUSSIAN POLAND. 

148. Alexander I, A. D. 1815-1825. AR. 2 Zlote, 1817. Obv. ALE- 

XANDER I CESARZ SA.W.ROS.KROL POLSKI. Bust of the 
Czar r. Rev. Russian imperial eagle. 

149. AR. 1 Zlote, 1818. Similar to No. 148. 



150. RepubUc, 1830-1831. AR. 5 Zlote, 1831. Obv. KROLESTWO POL- 
SKI E. Crowned shield of arms of Poland and Lithuania. Rev. 5 
ZLOT. POL. within an oak wreath; below, ROKU 1831. 

161. AR. 2 Zlote, 1831. Similar to No. 150. 

162-153. AE. 3 Grosze, 1831. Obv. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Value 
and date within oak wreath. 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 537 

164. Alexander I, 1825-1866. AS.. 6 Zlote, 1829. Obv. ALEXANDER 
I.CES. ROS.WSKRZESICIEL KROL.POLS. Laureated bust of 
Alexander I r. Rev. MIKOLAY I. CES. POLSKI PANUIACY. 
Russian imperial arms. 

166-156. AB. 2 Zlote, 1832. 61;. As No. 154. J?ct. Value and date within 
an oak wreath. 



167. Poland as a Bussian province. 1 1/2 Buble (10 Zlote), 1833. Obv. 

Imperial Russian arms. Rev. The value in Russian and Polish 

units within wreath of oak and laurel. 
158-159. 1 1/2 Ruble (10 Zlote), 1835. As No. 157. 
160-161. Three-quarter ruble (6 Zlote), 1836, 1837. Similar to No. 157. 

162. AV. 3 Ruble (20 Zlote), 1838. Obv. Russian eagle. Rev. Marks of 

value. 

163. AR. 30 Kopeks, 2 Zlote, 1838. Similar to No. 162. 

164-165. AR. 25 Kopeks, 60 Groszy, 1846, 1848. Similar to No. 157. 
166. AR. 15 Kopeks, 1 Zloty, 1838. Similar to No. 163. 
167-168. AR. 10 Groszy, 1840. Obv. Russian eagle. Rev. Value within 
wreath of laurel and oak. 

169. AE. 3 Groszy, 1840. Similar to No. 167. 

FINLAND. 

170. Alexander H, 1855-1881. AV. 20 Markaa, 1878. Obv. FINLAND 

S U O M I . Russian eagle^ Rev . Value and date. 

171. AR. 2 Markaa, 1865. Obv. Eagle within beaded circle. Rev. Value 

within wreath. 

172. AR. Marka, 1865. As No. 171. 

173. AR. 50 Pennia, 1865. Obv. Uninacribed; eagle. Rev. Value within 

wreath. 

174. AR. 26 Pennia, 1865. As No. 173. 

176. AE. 10 Pennia, 1866. Obv. Monogram of Alexander II crowned. 

Rev. As No. 171. 
176-177. AE. 6 Pennia, 1867. As No. 175. 
178-179. Nicholas H, 1894^. AV. 20 and 10 Markaa, 1904, 1906. As No. 

170. 
180-181. AR. 2 and 1 Marka, 1893. As No. 171. 
182-183, AR. 60 and 25 Pennia, 1893 and 1902. As No. 173. 
184-186. AE. 10 and 6 Pennia, and 1 Penni, 1900, 1901, and 1904. As 

No. 175. 



poiAin). 

1. Boleslas IV, 1146-1173. AB. Denar. Obv. The Dnke facing, seated on 

a throne. Rev. The duke standmg 1. 

2. AB. Denar. Obv. Bust with sword and cross. Rev. Bast with book and 

scepter. 

3. Miecislas HI, 1173-1177. AB. Denar. Obv. Knight standing before 

seated personage. Rev. Man slaying a lion. 

4. Casimir m, 1333-1370. AB. Temar. 06i'. MONETA KASIMIR. An 

eagle. iJet'. POLON IE REGIS. Crown. 
6. Ladislas Jagello, 1382-1434. AB. Denar. Obv. A crown. Rev. Eagle. 

6. AB. Denar. As No. 5. 

7. Ladislas m, 1434-1444. AB. Temar. Obv. Patriarchal cross. Rev. 

Eagle. 

8. John Albert, 1492-1601. AB. Hall-grosz. Obv. Eagle. Rev. Crowh. 
9-10. Alexander Jagello, 1601-1506. AB. Half-grosz. Obv. Eagle. Rev. 

Crown. 

11. Sigismund I, 1606-1648. AB. 3 Oroszy, 1628. Obv. Crowned bust r. 

Rev. Eagle. 

12. AB. 3 Groszy, 1630. As No. 11. 

13. AB. Denar, 1608. Obv. Eagle. Rev. A crown. 
14-16. AB. Denars, 1628, 1630. As No. 13. 

16. Stephen Bathory, 1676-1686. AB. 3 Groszy, 1682. Obv. STEPHAN. 

D. G. REX PO. M. D. Crowned bust r. iJei;. Mark of value; 
eagle. 

17. AB. 3 Groszy, 1683. As No. 16. 

18. Sigismund m, 1687-1632. AB. Thaler, 1629. Obv. SIG. III. D. G. 

REX. POL. M.D LIT. RVS. PRV. MAS. Crowned bust r. Rev. 
SAM. L I V . etc. Shield of royal arms crowned within chain of Order 
of Golden Fleece. 

19. AB. Ort, or Quarter-thaler, 1622. Obv. As No. 18. Rev. Aa No. 18, 

but the chain and badge are omitted. 

20. AB. Ort, 1624. As No. 19. 

21. AB. 6 Groszy, 1696. Obv. Crowned bust r. Rev. Three coats of arms; 

above, crown. 

22. AB. 6 Groszy, 1626. As No. 21. 

23-28. AB. 3 Groszy, 1690. As No. 16. Also specimens of 1594 (2), 1596, 
1597, and 1598. 

29. AB. Grosz/1604. Obv. Bust crowned r. Rev. GROSSVS REGNI etc.; 

eagle. 

30. AB. Grosz, 1608. O&v. Name in three lines; above, crown. Rev. Eagle. 

31. Ditto, 1613. 

32. AB. DreipSlker, 1424 (sic). Obv. Shield of arms, crowned. Rev. Orb 

surmounted with cross. 
33-34. AB. Dreipolker, 1624. As No. 32. 
36. AB. Schilling, 1689. Obv. Two coats of anna crowned. Rev. Letter 

S crowned. 
36. Ditto, 1698. 

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CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 539 

37. AE. Schilling, 1623. Obv. S R, crowned. Rev. Mark of value. 

38. AB. ScMlling, 1627, 1629. As No. 37. 

39. John Casimir, A. D. 1648-1668. AB. Thaler, 1649. Obv. lOANNES. 

CASIMIR D. G. REX. POLON. MAG. DVX. LIT. RVS. PRVS. 
M. S. Half-length figure, crowned, r. Rev. SA. SF. CZ. etc. 
Crowned shield of arms within chain of Golden Fleece. 

40. AR. Tyiai, 1664. Obv. J C R, in monogram, crowned. Rev. A crowned 

shield of arms. 

41. AB. Ort, 1655. Obv. Crowned bust r. Rev. Crowned shield. 

42. AE. 6 Groszy, 1666. Obv. As No. 41. Rev. Three coats of arms; 

n.bove, crown. 

43. AB. 3 Groszy, 1662. Obv. Crowned shield. Rev. Orb and cross. 

44. AB. 2 Groszy, 1650. Obv. Eagle. Rev. Crown and value. 

45. AE. Schilling, 1650. Obv. Crowned monogram. Rev. Mark of value 

and date. 

46. John m, SobiesM, 1674-1696. AB. Ort, 1677. Obv. lOAN. Ill D.G. 

REX.POL.M.D.L.R.PR. Laureated bust r. Rev. Crowned shield 
of arms. 

47. AB. 6 Groszy, 1683. Obv. Similar to No. 46. Rev. Three coats of 

arms with a crown above. 

48. Augustus n, 1697-1733. AV. Ducat, 1697. Obv. The Kmg on horse- 

back r. Rev. Date of the election; above, crown and palm branches. 

49. Augustus m, 1733-1763. AB. Coronation jeton, 1733. Obv. MERVIT 

ETTVEBITVR. A crown. iJev. AVGVSTVS III REX POLON I- 
ARVM * * * CORONATVS XVII.IAN:MADCCXXXIV. 

60. AV. 10Thalers,1756. O&i;. D.G.AVGVSTUS III REX POLONIARVM. 

Crowned bust r. Rev. A round shield of arms, crowned. 

61. AB. Thaler, 1766. Types similar to No. 50. 
62-63. AB. Tymf, 1753. Types similar to No. 50. 
64. AB. 3 Groszy, 1764. Types similar to No. 50. 

66-66. AE. Schilling, 1764, 1765. Obv. Bust r. Rev. Arms and crown. 

67. Stanislaus Augustus, 1764^-1796. AV. Ducat, 1785. Obv. STANIS- 

LAUS AVG. D.G. REX POL.M.D.L. Bustr. iJeiJ. AUREUS NUM- 
M U S PO LO N I A E A N N O 1 785 within a laurel wreath. 

68. AE. Thaler, 1766. Obv. STANISLAUS AVGUSTUS D.G. REX. POL. 

M.D.LITHU. Draped bustr. i?a'. Eound shield of arms, crowned. 

69. AE. Thaler, 1776. Obv. Inscription as on No. 58; short bust of the 

King r. Rev. Similar to No. 58. 

60. AB. Half-thaler, 1778. Similar types to No. 59. 

61. AE. Half-thaler, 1788. Similar to No. 59, but with shorter bust. 

62. AE. Double-gulden, 1780. As No. 59. 

63. AB. Double-gulden, 1792. As No. 61. 

64. AB. Gulden, 1766. As No. 59. 

65. AE. Gulden, 1787. Similar types to No. 61. 

66. AB. 10 Groszy, 1790. Obv, Round shield of arms, crowned. Rev. 

Value and date. 

67. AB. 6 Groszy, 1795. Similar to No. 66. 

68. AE. Half-groszy, 1768. Obv. Crowned monogram. Rev. Value and 

date. 

69. Frederick Augustus, 1807-1816. AE. 10 Groszy, 1813. Obv. Oval 

shield of arms, crowned. Rev. Value and date. 

70. AB. 6 Groszy, 1811. Similar to No. 69. 



TURKEY. 

1. Suleyinan I, A. D. 1620-1666. AE. Thick piece. Obv. Ornamental in- 

cused markings. Rev. Inscription. 

2. Mustapha U, A. D. 1695-1703, A. H. 1102. AB. Piastre. Constanti- 

nople. 

3. Ahmed m, A. D. 1703-1730, A. H. 1110. AB. Piastre. Constanti- 

nople. 

4. Hahmud I, A. D. 1730-1764, A. H. 1143. AS. Piastre. Constanti- 

nople. 
6. Mustapha HI, A. D. 1767-1774, A. H. 1171. AV. Half-sequin. Is- 
lambol. 

6. AS. Yuzlik. Islambol. 

7. AB. Onlik. Islambol. Year 10. 

8. AS. Onlik. Islambol. Year 10. 

9. AB. Para. Islambol. Year 6. Pierced. 

10. AB. Akcheh. Islambol. Pierced. 

11. AV. Sequin. Egypt. 

12. AV. Half-sequin. Egypt. Pierced. 

13. AE. Small bronze. Tripoli. 

14. Abdul Hamid I, A. D. 1774-1789, A. H. 1187. AV. 2 Sequins. Is- 

lambol. Year of reign, 1. 

15. AV. Half-sequin. Islambol. Year of reign, 10. 

16. AB. Piastre. Constantinople. 

17. AB. Piastre. Constantinople. Year of reign, 1. 

18. AB. Yigirmilik. Constantinople. 

19. AB. Onlik. Constantinople. 

20. AS. Para. Constantinople. 

21. Saleem m, A. D. 1789-1807, A. H. 1203. AV. Sequin. Islambol. 

22. AV. Half-sequin. Constantinople. Year of reign, 1. 

23. AB. Altmishlik. Islambol. 

24. AS. Yuzlik. Islambol. 490 grains. 

25. AS. Altmishlik. Islambol. 

26. AB. Piastre. Islambol. Year of reign, 4. 

28. AS. Piastre. Islambol. Year of reign, 8. 

29. AS. Onlik. Islambol. 

30. AB. Para. Islambol. 

31. AV. Quarter-sequin. Egypt. 

32. AS. Akcheh. Egypt. 

33. AS. Onlik. Tripoli. Year of reign, 10. 

34. Mustapha IV, A. D. 1807-1808, A. H. 1222. AB. Yigirmilik. Constan- 

tinople. 
36. AB. Akcheh. Constantinople. 

36. AE. Para. Egypt. . 

37. Mahmud U, A. D. 1808-1839. AV. Sequin. Constantinople. Year of 

reign 20. Wavy ornament on the border. 

540 



CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 541 

38. AV. Sequin. Constantinople. Year 20. Similar to No. 37. 

39. AV. Sequin. Constantinople. Year 26. Cartouches on border. 

40. AV. Sequin. Constantinople. Year 27. Similar to No. 37. 

41. AV. Quarter-sequin. Constantinople. Year 29. Similar to No. 37. 

42. AR, Old Beshlik. Constantinople. 390 grains. 

43. AB. Yuzlik. Constantinople. 

44. AE. Altmishlik. Constantinople. 

45. AB. Piastre. Constantinople. 

46. AB. Yigirmilik. Constantinople. 

47. AB. On-paralik. Constantinople. Year 4. 

48. AB. Besh-paralik. Constantinople. Year 16, 

49. AB. Para, Constantinople, Year 18. 

50. AB. New BesMik. Constantinople. Year 23. 

51. AB. Yuzlik. Constantinople. Year 23. 

52. AB. Piastre, Constantinople. Year 23. 

53. AB. Yigirmilik. Constantinople. Year 24, 
64, AV. Half-sequin. Egj/^jt. Year of reign, 21. 
68. AV. Half-sequin. Egsrpt. Year of reign, 24. 

NEW ISSUE. 

56, AB, 20 Piastres, Egypt, Year of reign, 29. 

67, AB, 5 Piastres, Egypt, Year of reign, 29. 

68. AE. Para. Egypt. Year of reign, 29. 

59. AB, Piastre, Tripoli. Year of reign, 24, 

60. AB. Yigirmilik. Tripoli. Year of reign, 24. 
61-62. AB, On-paralik, Tripoli, Year of reign, 24. 

63, AB. Piastre. Tripoli, Year of reign, 26. 

64, AB. Yigirmilik. Tripoli, Year of reign, 25, 

65, AB, Onlik, Tripoli, Year of reign, 25, 

66, AV, Sequin, Algiers. A. H, 1244, 

67, AV. Sequin. Algiers. A. H. 1247. 

68, AB. Piastre. Algiers. A. H. 1247. 

69, AB. Yigirmi-paralik. Algiers. 

70, AB, Para, Tughra with wreath. A, H, 1246, 
71-72, AB, New Beshlik, Tunis, AH, 1245, 

73. Abdul Medjied, A, D. 1839-1861, A, H, 1225, AV. Sequin. Constan- 
tinople, Year of reign, 1, 
74-75, AV, Half-sequin, Constantinople, Year of reign, 1. 

76. AV, Quarter-sequin, Constantinople, Year of reign, 1, 

77. AB, TTchlik, Constantinople, Year of reign,*l, 

78. AB. Altmishlik, Constantinople, Year of reign, 1, 

79. AB. Yigirmi-paralik. Constantinople. Year of reign, 2. 

80. AB. On-paralik. Constantinople. Year of reign, 1. 

81. AB. Para. Constantinople, Year of reign, 4. 

NEW COINAGE, 

82. AV. 100 Piastres. Constantinople. Year of reign, 6. Obv. Tughra; 

above, seven stars; below, two quivers, crossed, and two laurel 
branches. 



542 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

83. AV. 100 Piastres. Constantinople. Year, 12. Similar to No. 82. 

84. AV. 60 Piastres. Constantinople. Year, 6. Similar to No. 82. 

85. AV. 60 Piastres. Constantinople. Year, 13. As No. 82. 

86. AB. 20 Piastres. Constantinople. Year of reign, 6. Obv. Tughra, 

within a border of creacenta and 12 stars. Rev. Inscription and a 
similar border. 

87. AB. 20 Piastres. Constantinople. Year, 12. As No. 86. 

88. AB. 10 Piastres. Constantinople. Year, 6. As No. 86. 

89. AB. 6 Piastres. Constantinople. Year, 6. As No. 86. 

90. AB. 2 Piastres. Constantinople. Year, 16. Border of stars. 

91. AB. Piastre. Constantinople. Year, 16. 



92. AV. 100 Piastres. Egypt. Obv. Tughra; below, indication of value. 

Rev. Inscription and dates. Year of reign 1. 

93. AV. 60 Piastres. Egypt. Year 1. As No. 92. 

94. AV. 20 Piastres. Egypt. Year of reign, 1. Types similar to No. 92. 
96. AV. 10 Piastres. Egypt. Year of reign, 1. Ditto. 

96. AV. 6 Piastres. Egypt. Year of reign, 1. Ditto. 

97. AB. 20 Piastres. Egypt. Year of reign, 1. Ditto. 

98. AB. 10 Piastres. Egypt. Year of reign, 1. Ditto. 

99. AB. 1 Piastre. Egypt. Year of reign, 1. Ditto. 

100. AB. 20 Paras. Egypt. Year of reign, 1. Ditto. 

101. AB. 10 Paras. Egypt. Year of reign, 1. Ditto. 

102. AE. 6 Paras. Egypt. Year of reign, 5. Ditto. 



103. AB. Piastre. Tunis. A. H. 1266. 

104. AB. 6 Burden. Tunis. A. H. 1272. 

106. Abdul Azeez, A. D. 1861-1876, A. H. 1277. AV. 600 Piastres. Con- 
stantinople. Year of reign 11. Obv. Tughra; above, seven stars; 
below, two laurel branches, and two quivers crossed. Rev. Inscrip- 
tion within laurel wreath. 

106. AV. 100 Piastres. Egypt. Year of reign, 12. 

107. AB. 20 Piastres. Egypt. Year of reign, 2. 

108. AB. 6 Piastres. Egypt. Year of reign, 4. 

109. AB. 2 Piastres. Egypt. Year of reign, 9. 

110. AE. Piastre. Egypt. Year of reign, 7. 

111. AB. Piastre. Egypt. Year of reign, 13. 

112. AB. 10 Paras. Egypt. Year of reign, 7. 

113. AE. 6 Paras. Egypt. Year of reign, 10. 

114. AE. 6 Piastres. Algiers. Year of reign, 8. 
116. AV. Sequin. Tunis. 

116. AV. Cluarter-sequin. Tunis. 

117. AE. 8 Caroubs. Tunis. Obv. Laurel wreath and value. Rev. Palm 

wreath. 

118. AE. 4 Caroubs. Tunis. Similar to No. 117. 

119. AE. 2 Caroubs. Tunis. Similar to No. 117. 

120-121. 1 and 1/2 Caroub pieces. Tunis. Similar to No. 117. 



AFRICA. 
INDEPENDENT STATES. 

MOROCCO. 

1. El Gharb. AR. Methkal, A. H. 1190. Inscriptions on both sides. 

2. AR. Methkal, A. H. 1191. Similar to No. 1. 

3. Muley-Hassan, A. D. 1873-1894. AR. 6 9irhem. A. H. 1299=1881-82. 

Obv. An inscription on a six-pointed star. Rev. Date and inscrip- 
tion, stars on edge. 

4. AR. 2 1/2 Dirhem, 1299. As No. 3. 

5. AR. Dirhem, A. H. 1299. Same Types as No. 3, with reeded edge. 

6. AR. Half-dirliem. As No. 6. 

7. AR. Quarter-dirhem. Ditto. 

ABYSSINIA. 

1. MeneUkn. AR. Dollar. Obv. MEN ELI K II, KING OF KINGS. Bust 

of Menelik II r., with Ethiopian tiara. Rev. A lion r., crowned, 
and holding a banner. By Lagrange. 

2. AR. Half-dollar. As No. 1. 

3. AR. Quarter-dollar. Similar to No. 1. 

4. AR. Eighth-dollar. Same as No. 1. 

5. AR. Sixteenth-dollar. As No. 1. 

SULTANATE OP ZANZIBAR. 

1. AR. Dollar. Inscriptions in native language on both sides. 

IjIBERIA. 

1. AR. Quarter-dollar. Obv. Female figure (Liberia) seated r. with head 
turned back 1.; a type identical with the one used on the silver of 
the United States coins of the same year. Rev. REPUBLIC OF 
LIBERIA. An eagle with expanded wings, shield of Liberia on 
breast; below, QUAR. DOL. Edge reeded. 

2-3. AE. 2 and 1 Cents, 1847. Obv. REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA. Female 
head, wearing Liberty cap, 1. Rev. A palm tree. Sizes, 35 and 
29 mm. 

4. AE. 1 Cent, 1889. Obv. REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA. Shield of Liberia. 
Rev. ONE CENT within an oak wreath, with a star between the 
' ends of the wreath. Size 19 mm. This piece is of the same size 
and composition as the United States Cent. 

SOUTH AFRICAN REPUBLIC. 

1. AV. Pond, 1892. Obv. ZUID AFRIKAANSCHE REPUBLIEK. Bust 

of President Krueger 1. Rev. Arms of the Republic, date, and value. 
The wagon in arms has thills. 

2. AV. Half-pond, 1892. Types as No. 1. 543 

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544 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

3. AB. 6 Shillings, 1892. Similar to No. 1. Wagon in anns has thills. 

4. AB. 6 Shillings, 1892. The wagon in arms has pole. 
6. AB. 2 1/2 ShiUings, 1892. As No. 4. 

e-7. AB. 2 ShiUings, 1892. Obv. Bust of Kru^er 1. Rev. ZUID AFRIK. 
R E P U B . A rms of the Republic. 

8. AB. Shilling, 1892. Obv. As No. 6. Rev. Value and date in wreath. 

9. AB. Sixpence, 1892. As last. 

10. AB. Threepence, 1892. Ditto. 

11. AE. Penny, 1890. Obv. ZUID AFRIKAANSCHE REPUBLIEK. 

Anns of the republic. Rev. Value within wreath. 

12. AE. Penny, 1892. Obv. ZUID AFRIK. REPUB. Bust of Kra^;er. 

Rev. Bound shield of arms. 

ORAI^GE FREE STATE. 

1. AE. Penny, 1888. Obv. ORANJE VRYJSTAAT. Arms within wreath. 
Rev. 1 j PEN NY, in wreath of oak and laurel. 

CONGO FREE STATE. 

1. AB. 6 Francs, 1887. Obv. LEOPOLD II.R.D.BELGES SOUV.DE 
L'ETAT INDEP.DU CONGO. Head 1. i?ev. Belgian arms. 

2-4. AB. 2, 1, and 1/2 Francs, 1887. Obv. Aa No. 1. Rev. Crowned shield 
of arms. 

6. AE. 10 Centimes, 1888. Obv. Inscription as No. 1; five royal mono- 
grams, crowned, arranged around a central hole. Rev. A star, value 
and date. 

6-8. AE. 6, 2, and 1 Centimes, 1888. Same types as No. 4. 



EUROPEAN COLONIES. 

PORTUGUESE WEST AFRICA. 

1. Joseph I, 1750-1777. AB. 12 Macutas, 1763. Obv. JOSEPH US. I. D.G. 

REX.P.ET.D.GUINEAE. Crowned shield of arms. Rev. Value 
within a wreath. 

2. AB. 6 Macutas, 1770. As No. 1. 

3. AR. 3 Macutas, 1762. As No. 1. 

4. AE. 1 Macuta, 1763. Similar types, but shield is round. Size, 44 mm. 
6. Maria I and Peter m. AB. 12 Macutas, 1783. MARIA.I.ET.PETRUS. 

III. etc. Types similar to No. 1. 
6. AB. 10 Macutas, 1783. Similar to No. 1. 
7-9. Maria I. AB. 10, 8, and 2 Macutas, 1796. MARIA.I.D.G.REGINA 

etc. Types similar to No. 1. 
10. AE. 1 Macuta, 1789. As No. 4. Countermark on obverse. 



FRENCH COLONIES. 

ISLiE DB FRANCE. 

1. AB. 10 Llvres, 1810. Obv. ILES DE FRANCE ET BONAPARTE. 

An eagle, crowned, on a thunderbolt. Rev. Value within a laurel 
wreath. 

2. AB. 10 Llvres, 1810. Same as No. 1. 

IliH DE liA REUNION. 

1. N. Franc, token, 1896. 06^. REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE. ILE DE 

LA REUNION. Head of Mercury 1., wearing winged petasus. 
i?ei;.CONTRE-VALEUR DEPOSEE— AU TRESOR COLONIAL- 
BON POUR UN FRANC. 

2. N. 60 Centimes, 1896. Similar to No. 1. 

PROTECTORATE OF THE GRANDE-COMORO. 

1. AB. 5 Francs, A. H. 1308=A. D. 1891. Obv. "Said Ali, Son of Said 

Omar, whom the Great God protect." Weapons — bow and arrows, 
pistol, sword, etc. Rev. "Protectorate of the glorious French 
Goverimaent," etc., two flags, crossed, within wreath of palm and 
laurel. 

2. AE. 10 Centimes, A. H. 1308. Same inscriptions as on No. 1, but with- 

out the weapons. 

3. AE. 6 Centimes, A. H. 1308. As No. 2. 

PROTECTORATE OP TUNIS. 

1. AV. 20 Francs, 1891. Obv. Native inscription and date, 1308, between 
palm and olive branches. Rev. Value and date in French. 

2-3. AV. 10 Francs. As No. 1. 

4-6. AR. 2 and 1 Francs, and 60 Centimes. As No. 1. 

7-10. AE. 10, 6, 2, and 1 Centimes. 06^;. As No. 1. Rev. Similar, but 
with heart-shaped figures around border. 

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546 CATALOGUE OF COINS, TOKENS, AND MEDALS. 

ENGLISH COLONIES. 

SIKRBA UBiOMia. 

1-2. AE. One-doUar piece, 1791. Obv. SIERRA LEONE COMPANY. A 
prowling lion; in exergue, AFRICA. Rev. Clasped hands, value, 
and date. 

3. AE. Half-dollar piece, 1791. Same types as No. 1. 

4. AS. Ten-cent piece, 1796. As No. 1. 

6. AE. One-penny piece, 1791. Same types as No. 1. 
6. AE. One-cent piece, 1791. As No. 1. 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 

1. AE. 1889. Halfpenny, 1889. Obv. Head, diademate, of Queen Victoria 
1. Rev. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. Arms and supporters. 

ST. HKLEXA. 

1. AE. Halfpenny, 1821. Obv. Arms and supporters of the East India 
Company. Rev. ST. HELENA | HALFPENNY] 1821 ] in three 
lines within a wreatii. 

INDIAN STRAITS. 

MAUKITItJS. 

1. AE. Quarter-dollar, 1820. Obv. GEORGIUS IV. D: G: BRITAN- 
NIARUM F: D: Shield of arms. Rev. COLON I AR: BRITAN: 
MONET: 1820. An anchor crowned; at sides, II and II. 

2-3. AE. Quarter-dollar, 1822. Similar to No. 1. 

4-5. AE. Eighth-doUar, 1822. Similar