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How far back can we go? The idea is to post pictures of your coins starting with , then , then , and so on. No skipping dates You must own this coin exception for It must be dated. There is absolutely no way I am going to picture every penny I have, which runs from back to for decimal, and all the way back to George III.

Mark There is absolutely no way I am going to picture every penny I have, which runs from back to for decimal, and all the way back to George III You don't need to! Let the rest of us post stuff! Hello, this is a very nice topic! It needs a little effort to search for the coin in folders and pick up the camera, but I like it! Here is my year coin! Check my coins for sale: Cook Islands 1 Dollar Colombia pesos Referee for Dutch Republic, Netherlands and Frisia https: India Rupees First War of Independence India 1 Rupee Can you help me and tell where you bought it?

Thanks - I bought it direct from the mint will add details shortly. I only found it as a member on here wanted me to buy some coins for him, and while looking on their site for his coins I saw this beauty. I just HAD to order it; I think it was last year I bought it and so was lucky they had some left as it is a coin and limited mintage of only 3, Yes - I now found it is Pobjoy Mint, and now looking for a link and price ZacUK Thanks - I bought it direct from the mint will add details shortly.

If you find it, please PM me ;. Cook Islands 2 Dollars Alderney 5 Dollars. Palau 1 Dollar Swordfish ZuluRaptorSpace I call and You can't, the thread must go on. I don't send via registered mail with very few exceptions. My swap list is for sale. I know, I own the , but my camera is broken, needs to be fixed, so no other choice.

Nauru 1 Dollar Gibraltar 1 crown. I need too put things in order. And take some time off. India 20 Rupees - Birth of Nehru India 20 Rupees - Fisheries A very small coin: Hey, it's no good for one person to post many coins in a row.

Otherwise I could cover 20 years at a time which would be no fun. Otherwise I could cover 20 years at a time which would be no fun it is because Zulu is eager to reach to Sandwich Islands, Tristan da Cunha bbybugs Joined: Canada - 1 dollar - Otherwise I could cover 20 years at a time which would be no fun Yes, I also think we should set some rules, as a limited number of coins per day, and no more than say 3 coins per day per person, or something like that, otherwise there is no fun.

With fewer coins per day all the collectors have more time to enjoy looking at the coins! This means more coins to look at You can't, the thread must go on Agreed.

I'd do it like "you can post a coin IF the three posts before you are not your own posts, or it has been one day by Forum Time". This should be nicely adaptable when combined with the only one year per day rule. I don't like that. Everything will be too slow then. India 50 Rupees Women's Year. And gives them to me. India 10 Rupees - 25 Years of Independence Mexico - 25 Pesos Olympic Games.

Soviet union 50th anniversary of the revolution - 50 Kopek - Sandwich Islands, Tristan da Cunha xmtx Joined: I'm also interested in this coin. I find it very beautiful. Pobjoy cost about pound. I found it for less on ebay sold by a pro, with few thousand positive eval, but it's still 80pound euro.

Do you know if, by any chance, this coin could cost less in the future? These coins are very impressive. Poland 10 Ztotych - Anniversary of Warsaw It is currently the same price that I paid in April last year. It does not say on their site how many are left; but they may reduce the price in future, perhaps.

Maybe write to them? Only in on a few of the mintage was the correct harp obverse matched with the old horse reverse dies from the 's. Easiest way to tell is the C letter is further to the right from an imaginary vertical line drawn above the shoulders. Frenchlover 20 February - The highest important date of the 20th century ] Is that a coin?! Frenchlover 20 February - Is that a coin?!

This one would have been more appropriate, but I don't get it so far. ZuluRaptorSpace That was made after Argentina, 1 peso, I like the design! However the coin itself is made out of cheap copper-nickel-clad iron and the edge is turning black. Austria - 10 Schilling The first circulating silver coin on this thread! Nepal 4 Paisa I have a Austrian Groschen. I'll photograph it later.

Belgium - Francs , silver I'll photograph it soon too. UK 1 Penny Serbia, 2 dinara https: I'll find - hang on 1 Penny - South Africa - https: India Travancore 1 Fanam Nine days and replies? This seems like a Numista record? Can I do this?? Hungary 10 filler Rescued from a trough full of world coins for 20 cents, I like these Regency coins a lot. Aren't we progressing fast! Austria, 1 schilling, I am trying for the whole date-set of these schillings - the aluminum-bronze kind was the first foreign coin I remember seeing in my childhood.

I was born at about the same time of the Euro but you can't tell, because I'm so articulate, right? That must be ancient. Nowadays I think somewhat differently, but I still like the utilitarian schilling design and the schilling, First Republic or Second Republic, has always looked nice. Italy 1 Lira. Dirty Unfortunately - 50 Cents - Straits Settlements - https: Nepal 2 Mohars AD. Guernsey, 4 doubles, Bulgaria, 20 stotinki Persia Iran , dinars,

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It was the Germans and Scandinavians, too, who probably popularized the notion of eating cranberries with meat in the English-speaking world, which led to today's pairing of turkey with cranberry sauce.

Of the same genus as the blueberry, the cranberry Vaccinium macrocarpon is a North American shrub that is so named because its flower stamens resemble a beak--hence named "crane berry," a name The berries, which grew wild in New England, had long been used by Native Americans for pemmican dried and fat.

The early European settlers found cranberries too tart to eat by themselves but made them into pies, puddings, tarts, relishes, preserves, and cranberry sauce. Perhaps appropriately, it was in Massachusetts that commercial cranberry production was begun in the s Cambridge] Volume Two p. This is the cranberry of Britain which is in occasional cultivation.

The fruit is considered of superior flavr ot the American cranberry but is smaller. The latter is a plant of peat bogs in the northern United States and on uplands in the British territory. Albany NY] p.

Northern and arctic regions. This is the wi-sa-gu-mina of the Crees and the cranberry most plentiful and most used throughout Rupert's Land. This berry, says Ricnhardson, is excellnt for every purpose to which a cranberry can be applied. Thoreau, in the Maine woods, made his desserts on these berries stewed and sweetened, but Gray say the are barely edible in America.

The fruit is not much eaten in Britain but is greatly valued in Sweden. The berries are tasteless but little acid when gathered but, after exposure to frost, they become very sour. They are often sold in the London markets as cranberries.

In Siberia, they are kept in water in winter, where they acquuire theri proper acidity and are eaten in spring. The berries are red and acid and are made into tarts in New South Wales The American cranberry grwos in bogs from Virginia to Wisconsin and extends to the Pacific coast. It is mentioned by Roger Williams under the name sasemineash and was eaten by the Indians of New Englad, The fruit is boiled and eaten at the present day by the Indians of the Columbia River under then mae soolabich.

The fruit is an article of commerce among the tribes of the Northwest. About , a few vines were cared for at Dennis, Massachusetts, but not until about can the trials of cultivation be said to have commenced, and not until was the fact established that the cranberry could be utilized as a marketable commodity. Under favorable conditions, the vines are exceedingly productive.

In New Jersey, in , a Mr. Bishop raised over bushels on one acre There are several recognized varieties. These grow on moors and mountainsides, in bogs, and other places with poor and acid soil in most parts of the world, but are best known in N. The generic name for Baccinium is the old Latin name from cranberry, derived from vacco cow and given because cows like the plant The origin of the name cranberry is obscure, apart from the dubious suggestion that cranes eat the berries The plants to which the name cranberry was originally given are two species which occur in Europe as well as in other temperate parts of the world When the Pilgrim Fathers arrived in N.

America they found a local cranberry, V. American Indians were accustomed to eating these fresh or dried, and adding the dried fruits as an ingredient in Pemmican a dried, preserved meat product It was no dobut these large American cranberries which, at an early stage in the evolution of Thanksgiving Day dinner, were made into sauce to accompany the turkey, which became established as its centrepiece.

Cranberries, after all, are native to America, and pies or tarts made from them appear in colonial records as early as Before the middle of the nineteenth century, when they began to be shipped to cities and larger towns, cranberries, like most fresh produce, were a local item eaten in the places where they grew wild--in parts of New England, New Jersey, Oregon, Washington, and Wisconsin.

Oliver, and Plimoth Plantation [Clarkson Potter: This coincides with the proliferation of prepacked "gourmet" mixed greens think: Before WWII, Americans generally consumed cranberries in processed form canned jellies, juice, gelatin.

Fresh cranberries were sometimes combined with stuffing, relish, or quick breads , generally for winter holidays when the product was fresh. In the s we find articles encouraging homemakers to freeze fresh cranberries so they could be used throughout the year. It is not until the s do we find suggestions for using them in salads. Of course, actual practice often predates print evidence.

Ocean Spray most likely published recipes promoting innovative uses for fresh and dried products. If there is a historic parallel?

Early 20th century USA salads sometimes incorporated raisins and grapes for flavor and texture. Cranberries are that easy to freeze. You don't do anything except put them into the freezer! B3 [] Ocean Spray's Craisins sweetened dried cranberries are introduced to the American public. For longer storage, double-wrap and store in the freezer for nine months. Mix chopped cranberries with softened butter for spreading on biscuits, muffins, pancakes or waffles.

Or, use cranberry butter on broiled fish. Add one tablespoon of chopped cranberries to tuna salad or deviled ham for sandwich fillings. Cook cranberries with red cabbage, raisins and wine.

Serve with pork or ham. To chop cranberries for relish, process 3 cups at a time in a food processor. J47 [] "Pair crunchy, sturdy mixed greens including hearts of romaine blended with other lettuces with fruit--dried cranberries or apricots, or fresh pears and grapes-sliced red onion, blue cheese and toasted nuts like pecans.

Toss everything together with your favorite vinaigrette. F6 Why do we pair cranberries with Thanksgiving turkey? Food historians tell us the practice of pairing of citrus fruits with fatty meat is thousands of years old, likely originating in the Middle East. Examples are found in many cultures and cuisines. The acid in the fruit cuts the fat in the meat, making the dish more enjoyable and digestible.

In the case of lean meats such as modern turkey and chicken, cranberries add flavor to what is generally considered a bland food. Cranberries add a splash of vibrant color to a traditional "earth tone" plating.

Curry The history of curry is two-fold: In India, the basic formula for 'curry powder' is called 'garam masala', though Indian cookbooks are quick to note there are many regional variations to this powder. From the tamil word kari' a term for black pepper, derives the Indo-Anglian curry, which has come to symbolize Indian food for the westerner. The term originally denoted any spiced dish that accompanied south Indian food, and was first so referred to, using the term caril', by Correra as early as in AD Later the word cury was greatly widened in usage to include a liquid broth, a thicker stewed preparation, or even a spiced dry dish, all of which appear in turn in a south Indian meal, each with its own name.

Achaya [Oxford University Press: Masalas vary widely and each is designed for a special purpose. Garam masla, for example, is a basic blend of dried spices to be used alone or with other seasonings. Tamil is one of the most widely spoken languages of the whole vast Indian subcontinent. An Indian curry is indeed made rather like a stew.

It may be of meat, fish, or vegetables, and herbs and spices are added; they are mixed together and ground to a powder which itself eventually became known as "curry.

At the end of the nineteenth century, however, ready-prepared curry powder could be found for sale in Indian towns. Then, so the tale goes, an Englishman named Sharwood was dining with the Maharaja of Madras, who mentioned to him the shop kept by a famous master maker of curry powder called Vencatachellum.

The Englishman visited it and obtained the secret of Madras curry powder, a mixture of saffron, tumeric, cumin, Kerala coriander and a selection of Orissa chillies The Tamil word "kari" is the starting point. It means a spicy sauce, one of the sorts of dressing taken in S. India with rice, and soupy consistency Indian kari does not have a fixed set of ingredients, by a typical mixture was and remains the following, all roasted and ground to a powder: Some curry powders contain up to 16 different ground spices.

Curry was at one time an epicurean rite of English army circles in India, officers priding themselves on the special combination of spices they had invented. Dolma stuffed leaves According to the food historians, modern stuffed grape leaf recipes descended from ancient Mediterranean fare. Turkish "dolma" and Greek "thrion" were known to ancient cooks.

The earliest recipes of this sort were both sweet and savory and used fig leaves. Reference to grape leaves began to appear around the 1st century AD. The dish is popular all over the eastern Mediterranean, and particularly in Greece and Turkey.

It consists of grapvine leaves blanched and then wrapped around a filling typically cooked rice and herbs, and often minced lamb as well , braised, and usually served cold as part of a mezze, or mixed hors d'oeuvres. The word dolma itself is of Turkish origin, and is a derivative of the verb dolmak, fill'; dolmades is the Greek plural form.

Vegetables stuffed in the E. There are two main categories: In Turkey, a distinction may also be made between dolma stuffed thing' , made from a hollowed-out vegetable The distribution, as well as the name dolma itself, indicates that this dish belongs to the court cuisine of the Ottoman Empire.

Vegetables had been stuffed before Ottoman times, but only sporadically. For instance, the ancient Greek "thrion" was a fig leaf stuffed with sweetened cheese.. The Ottoman origin is somewhat obscured by the fact that in some countries stuffed vegetables may be referred to by a native name meaning "stuffed.

In places as remote as Kuwait and Damascus, instead of mahshi waraq inab stuffed fine leaf one may say mahshi yabraq in Kuwait, mahshi brag , which comes from the Turkish yaprak leaf. Dalby presents this ancient fig leaf recipe, attributed to the Greek cook Archestratus [BC]: But if you want to be told this too Just wrap it up nicely in fig leaves fastened above with string, then hide it under hot ashes, keeping a watch on the time when it will be baked.

Los Angeles] p. He suggests treading them out, them mixing them with toasted sesame, anise, fennel seed, and cumin and wrapping balls of this mixture in fig leaves. But the stuffing of vegetables has its roots in the Arab cookery of the early Islamic empire of the Abbasids in Baghdad, possibly learned from the Persians. Ottoman chefs perfected the stuffing of vegetables, and today nearly everything that can be stuffed is stuffed. Stuffed grape nad cabbage leaf are probably the most common and loved of all the stuffed vegetables.

Stufed grape leaves are a popular mese or mazza in Greece, Turkey, and the Arab Levant and are known as dolmades in Greece and dolma in Turkey.

With Arab cooks, the stuffed grape leaf becomes a littel more complex and elaborate. It can be served at room temperature and is called waraq inab ni'l-zayt grape leaves with olive oil or it can be served hot and is called waraq inab grape leaves. The name dolmas is Turkish, which might be a clue not so much of its provenance but of its travels. Nowhere in Europe and certainly not in any of the vine-growing regions of the European Mediterranean west of Greece do we find any dish even remotely resembling our dolmades.

Perhaps one reason the dish stopped short in Greece and never spread westward was because the Ottomans never made it as far as Italy or France. The Ottomans spread the dish we know as dolmas all over their empire. Guessing the origins of any dish is always a tentative excercise. In the case of dolmathes, rice-the main ingredient-might be the key. In fact, Theophrastus mentions it in his B. Greeks began cooking with rice in the 15th and 16th centuries.

As for the provenance of the grain itself, it is known with relative accuracy that the grain first grew in Persia. And it is in fact there that the first written mention of a dish similar to dolmades appears, in the diaries of a symposiast at one of the banquets of King Khusrow II at the start of the 7th century.

There in short is the long and winding history of one of our favorite foods. We might claim it as our own, as every one of our neighbors does, but the dolma followed its own fateful path through history and time.

It is a dish that belongs both to everyone and, alas, to no one. Like geese for foie gras, dormice were kept in pens and fatted for tables. Dormice on ancient tables "Dormouse, the smallest European mammal that was used as human food in classical times.

The Greek authors say little of it, but Romans considered it a delicacy. Like the rabbit, it does not seem to have been considered worthy of domestication untl Roman times, when its culinary reputation was so high that wealthy Rpmans initiated the construction of gliraria in order to secure easy supply of this tasty rodent.

These enclosures, in use by the latter part of the second century BC, were made to simulate the animal's natural habitat, and the occupants were fattened up on a diet of walnuts, acorns, and chestnuts. Such restricted breeding populations of dormice, perhaps with periodic 'weeding out' of defective ones not fully suitable for the table, would have been an ideal environment for domestication changes to have take place.

In at least come cases, the final fattening would appear to have been undertaken in special earthenware pots, which restricted the movement of the rodents. Indeed, this may represent the beginning of the indoor 'battery' system today! The preparation of the dormouse for the table could be quite elaborate.

Baltimore MD] expanded edition, p. This rodent inhabits much of Southern, Central and Eastern Europe and was appreciated by the Romans in classical times as food. They fatted dormice on special diets, then stuffed and baked them. An adult dormouse may measure 18 cm 7" The modern European country with the strongest dormouse tradition is Slovenia. Dormouse hunting has long been customary there, the animal being valued for fur as well as for meat.

Oxford] 2nd edition, p. In northern Europe the dormouse lives in the wild. In most countries it is a protected species, which means that it cannot be caught and eaten. In ancient Rome, too, a sumptuary law The animals were allowed to live free in a fenced-off garden. When dormice hibernate, they become thinner, and the Romans wanted to prevent this. During the winter season, they put the fattened mice into a large jar equipped with an intestinal spiral rim, a glirarium. The dormouse, partly because of its size, remained an expensive delicacy Sew the mouse up and put on a tile on the stove.

Or roast in a portable oven. Dormice of the continental Euroepan variety, were enclosed and fed upon acorns and chestnuts. Finally they were fitted into tiny earthenware pots to be plied with more nuts until they became exceedingly plump. They were eaten at Roman banquets, after being stuffed with a mixture of minced pork and dormouse meat and baked in the oven.

The evidence for these dormice in Britain is unfortunately very slender, and even in the other provinces the taste for them died out at the end of the Roman empire and was never later recovered. Anne Wilson [Academy Chicago: Apicius suggests that they should be stuffed with minced pork, pine kernels and liquamen. At Trimalchio's feast, according to Petronius, they were served sprinkled with honey and poppy seeds.

The taste is like that of rabbit but, like the guinea pig eaten in Peru, there is more meat on the bones. Dormice were kept in pens and pots and fed on acorns and chestnuts to fatten them, until lack of movement and enforced feeding made them plump.

The system fooled the dormice into believing they were hibernating, thus encouraging growth. Varo and Pliny give instructions for this, and Martial indicated that country visitors might bring them as welcome gifts.

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Chapter Pennies S-WI Rev "32"; undated but ca. Round, small shekel on rev. Large Brass shekel-shaped, 34mm, UNC. WI Dealer Mixed Lot.

Mixed States Balance of Collection. Mostly Unc, nice lot. VF-Unc and one AG; some dups. Lot of 23pcs, some junk, some Nice! Better lot of 13 diff Centennials, Bi-Cent, th, 30th, etc. Lot of 15 diff. Lot of 9pcs, one engraved, 7 diff, 2 dups, mostly N-S, mostly XF. World Chapter Pennies Canada: General Hand-Engraved Tokens General British Columbia Knights Templar Vancouver Columbia Preceptory Chartered May 23rd, ; K. AL, 38mm, worn VG. Rocky Mountain RAM.

Complex shield cntr; brown VF. Ganadoque Leeds GRC. Finely done, radiant triangle obv. Stirling Keystone 72 RAM. World Chapter Pennies Scotland Lodge St Mary Coltness Wishaw Seated figure with scales. Scotland Old Aberdeen Scotland Trafalgar Leith.

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Golden Gate Commandery 16 Ribbon, For 26th TC, Boston. XF, some seperation damage to ribbon. San Diego 25, Small 2-part badge, ship on top pin; orange? Michigan Grand Comdy, Oregon Grand Commandery, Baldwin Comdy 22 Williamsport Penna, Plus 2-part BZ badge, bear on top pin, triangle below not sure if this is Masonic!

CO Denver 25th TC: Lot of Ribbons, Choice lot of 13 different ribbons for Silver TC in Denver. Lot of 14, 13 different, mostly XF, 4 with some damage.

Woodlawn 76, Chicago, ca. Nice 2-part enameled badge, KT shield below, undated; XF. Badges Ribbons S-CO St Bernard Commandery 25 Chicago, St Bernard 35 Chicago, Lot of 3 Enameled.

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Florida Grand Chapter 34th Triennial, Imperial Council Compass Watch-Fob, With strap, XF, left white enamel chipped, but hardly noticable. Badges Ribbons S-IL St Bernard Hat Badge, ca. Letter outline, with screw-back. BZ fob, on black ribbon, fob top a double fob! Fez, fully enameled red, white, black, with center sword, very bold, rays from center of sword.

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Englewood Commandery 59, ca. Lot of 2, both enameled: Small flag pin, ; other 2-part, skull over open book, KT shield, undated. Both enameled BZ, XF. Small crack in enamel, otherwise XF. St Bernard 35, St Elmo 65, Baltimore MD Beauseant 8, Mississippi Grand Com'd'y, Oklahoma Grand Commandery, BZ, XF, minor spot. Grand Comdy of Texas, BZ; XF, ribbon poor. XF, but white enamel on crescent broken, poor. Apollo 1 Presentation Badge, Nice 3-part enameled badge with "D.

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Interesting lot of 7 top badges, each with bars for different years of service at various conclaves. Top pin "For Service", KT seal, legend; each with 1 to 7 bars, various years , 24 total bars.

KT Enameled Badge Lot. Nicer lot of 4 enameled badges, 3 2-part, one 3-part, for and Plus "For Service" badge. All nice XF; 5pcs. South Park Guest Badge. Valley of Chicago Cross. Small enameled cross, 1. Woodlawn 76 "50 Consecutive" Award Badge.

Nice 3-part badge, with bar engraved "W. Other Military Organizations Military: World War I Knights Templar Woodlawn Commandery 76 Veteran Badge, ca. High quality dark BZ, XF. Apollo 1 Membership Badge.

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Lot of 2, one with top pin "Englewood" in BZ, other as Apollo badge. As above Apollo, 4-part badge. As above Apollo, but 3-part top bar with name. As above Apollo, 4-part badge; XF. Trinity 80 Membership Badge. Woodlawn 76 Membership Badge. As above Apollo, 4-part badge, but center of cross nicely enameled eagle!

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Various sizes, mostly 2x6" 2. Rare Celluloid Ribbon Lot, Three rare ribbons with celluloid attachments! Rectangular cello with black, red, gold stamping, KT cross with knight head, legend, two cut-outs to slide on ribbon, for Hamilton Comdy 5, Bridgeport CT.

All nice XF-AU, choice and quite rare! Bay State Comdy, Coeur de Lion, Pilgrim Comdy 19, MA Haverhill Comdy, St Paul Comdy, Worcester Co Comdy, St John's Comdy, ME Boston 25th TC: MA Boston 25th TC: Sailing ships on lower part of 2-part N-S badge; XF.

St Alban Comdy, Ohio Sword Pin, St Johns 1, Choice large Enameled pin, 3. MA Boston Enameled Badge, Bethany 17 Membership Badge. Badges Ribbons S-MI Moslem Lot of 2. Undated thin gilt-BZ Detroit 1 old-style pin, 2. Golden Anniversary of Ashlar Lodge 91, Montjoie Comdy 53 Chicago, St Bernard Comdy 35 Chicago, Ribbon and Badge Lot. Large Lot of Mixed Badges. Lot of 10pcs, about XF.

Genesse Valley Comdy Enameled letters and cross; Unc. Grand Lodge Representative, Choice Lot of 4. Badges Ribbons S-MN Grand Encampment 38th TC, Lot of 5pcs, all 3-part badges, with top scimitar, ribbon, lower BZ medal.

Mankato Day Osman Temple, Early dated ribbon, black on red, possibly missing a top badge or pin? Choice lot of 3 enameled badges: Moila Temple Watch-Fob, ca. Varied Lot of 3. Old style ornate purple ribbon: Mount Horeb Comdy Pin. Badges Ribbons S-NH Choice and scarce lot of 7 different early ribbons for Receptions, Pilgrimages, etc; Nice lot of 7pcs, about XF, some with rev top pins.

Choice early lot of 5 ribbons, Pilgimage of , gold on red; XF. To Worcester MA, extremely ornate, super detailed view of two fighting knights on horseback, multi-colored, VF. Lot of two neat badges picturing the Old Lady, shoe, lots of kids, one badge in outline-relief of shoe, high relief Lady, kids Shriners with red fezes! About XF, medal scratched. Badges Ribbons S-NY Cyprus - Buffalo, VF, some fading on ribbon.

Lot of 2, Capital-type building in center, scimitar pin, gilt-BZ, VF. Grand Council of Royal and Selected Masters, Scimitar Lot of 4, Albany NY Temple Comdy, Official 30th TC Grand Encampment, Super 3-part enameled badge, with neat full-color detailed view of two Revolutionary War soldiers: Lot of 4, OH Early Ribbon Lot of 3.

Badges Ribbons S-OH OH Akron Comdy Pinbacks S-OH Celluloid Masonic Temple Dedication Pinback, OH Cincinnati Comdy 3, ca. Probably an early membership badge. Hanselmann Comdy 16, ca. Zanesville Cyrene 10, Neat lot of 3pcs: State Conclave KT, Badges Ribbons S-PA Great 2-part enameled badge, with layers! Rare composition for a badge! Lewiston ME Comdy, Outline of moose, on log, dark N-S, XF.

If you love moose, this is for you! Badges Ribbons S-RI St John's Comdy 1 Ribbon Lot. Early lot of 7 ribbons, includes Reception, 3pcs, 2 dups, one ink-stained ; th Anniv, ; Calvary Comdy 13 Pilgrimage, ; Pilgrimage , ink-stained; New Masonic Temple, Nice lot of 7, 2 dups, XF. Badges Ribbons S-SD Annual Communication of Grand Bodies, Oriental Consistory 1, Both NICE 5-part badges, top scimitar pin enameled in gold, bars with ribbon one stamped: Saratoga ; the other: Atlantic City , lower badger over bi-metal badge, Egyptian sphinx, etc in brass center, N-S outer.

Shrine Directors Assoc, WI Mixed Lot of 3. Nice early multi-colored enameled pin, white, red, green, red, blue, yellow! Mixed Lot of Masonic Badges, Etc. Lot of 12, one dup, mostly XF, 2 damaged. Great dealer lot of 16pcs, , some undated, includes some NICE membership badges, one nicer enameled badge, one massive bi-metal piece missing ribbon, one OES ribbon, two enameled stick-pins, two metal membership cards. Early Masonic Ribbon Lot.

Includes some nicer early ribbons: Good dealer lot of all different ribbons, , some undated. Various types, all early styles, 11 different, one with nice large celluloid top pin. Consistory 3-part; two nicer awarded 2-parts, double-layered; one great 5-part Mass. Consignor states one is gold and silver.

Nice old enameled badge, with top pin, 12 year badges, bottom rung engraved "G. Masonic Watch-Fob Lot of 4 Different. Various types, mostly undated, two appear early, 3 dated ca. Masonic Pin-back Button Lot of Includes two large ca.

Three heavy Brass K. Royal Masonic Institution for Boys, Choice "Steward" badge, 3-part: Royal Masonic Institution for Girls, Lot of 2 pins: Far East Comdy Manila, Silver or N-S, XF, but ribbon poor.

Nude male, female figures, with Pegasus, winged horse; rev rugged peaks. American Indian planting corn; rev nude male, "To Reap". Three nude females each side. Society of Medalists Family of 3; rev man clearing the land.

The Spirit of the Space Age. Star-shaped nude man; rev benign spirit, nude earthlings advancing. Heavens Declare the Glory of God.

Two angels; rev Great Frigate Bird, stars. Square medal, high relief head obv, nude male rev with lamp of knowledge. Underwater sea plant, fish; rev nude male swimmer. By Tom Allen, Jr. Flame, as a symbol of life, in palm of hand; rev Latin legend. Human figures in playful postures; rev Christ-like figure.

A nude Youth, playing guitar, involved in world of his own; rev soldier carrying wounded man. No box, photocopy of paper. Development of the Alphabet. Key stages in development of Roman alphabet; montage of 26 letters. Spring Wind - Autumn Wind. Nude woman in wind; nude male. As above, but in Silver; UNC; original shipping box. Confucius and Lao Tze obv; rev Chinese style landscape. Society of Medalists Birds except eagles , etc. Opposing conditions of freedom and opression; winged bird in flight.

Young couple in passionate embrace; rev woman with baby. By Elizabeth Gordon Chandler. Early renaissance sculptor carves the Greek muse of painting; rev ballet dancer, swan. BZ; UNC, original shipping box. Choice Collection of 41 Different. Great collection of 41 different BZ Society of Medalists medals, most with boxes and papers, near mint. Rare and previously unknown Thomas Jefferson Indian Peace medal.

Undoubtedly made from an original dies copper impression. Nicely toned silver-plated copper, with only a few traces of copper.

All the different sizes of the original early Jefferson Peace medals were also struck as shells, joined together. This middle size medal was struck in copper as a solid piece, for collectors beginning in This unusual specimen is an electro-type galvano shell, with the two sides joined together, as were the original pieces.

There is a very fine die crack on the reverse, though the bowl of the peace pipe to the thumb. The medal has some very light wear, and does have some depressed area, as is quite normal on a shell. Choice About Uncirculated, Wonderfully toned silver-grey, 74mm, a couple of high points with some minor rub.

A small reverse section at lower right on the rim shows copper, as do some minor high points which are the only hints it is not a solid silver strike. Unlisted and previously unknown to researchers. For the advanced collector, or for the person seeking any Jefferson Indian Peace Medal, this possibly unique piece should be of interest.

Official Annual Assay Commission Medal, The only modestly priced Assay medal, with Martha Washington obv. Small silver medalette, 18mm. Toned AU, tiny srcrath rev. Bust r of Lincoln; bust l of Garfield.

Made after the unexpected death of Garfield. Silver, nicely toned Unc. US Mint Commemorative Mint Medalette Lot of 7. Modern strikes from U. First items struck on the new coin press, from regular cent planchets. Liberty cap; inscr, Mar. George Washington Commencement of Cabinet, CU, 20mm, choice AU, chocolate brown. Bust r of New York surgeon ; rev scientific implements.

CM Pennsylvania Bicentennial, Bust of William Penn; state seal, inscr. Distributed during the parade of Oct. Brass, 25mm, choice XF. Large 3" medal, facing bust of, crossed keys below, name around; Secretary of the Treasury , within partial wreath.

Only struck ca. Unsigned, but by George T. Jefferson Memorial Association of US, Bust l, "Tribute to the Author of the Declaration of Independence", ; 11 line inscr. On original card of issue: St Louis Bicentennial Official Medal set, Arch; fleur de lis. Mint Medal of Wayne, bust half-right; horseback scene rev. Gold plated by The American Treasury Mint, in custom holder, with info card and numbered certificate.

S-AK Made-from or Relic Made of native copper. BR, 5c, ch, dug VF. Rare Arizona Territory token! BR, 8-sided, dug VF, corr. Interesting misspelled item, should be "Grotto".

Unlisted, GF 25c IT. Wai Yuen Chinese Social Club - 2. Chinese symbol "Hui", an abbr. Probably the name of a gaming house in S. Same both sides, denominated "2". Wai Yuen - 3. As above, chinese symbols, etc. Wai Yuen - 4. As above, chinese symbols, "4".

Frederick Will established his cutlery business in in Calif. In he became partners with Julius Finck as "cutlers, surgical instrument makers, locksmiths and bell-hangers". The oil lamps were used on the card game faro tables, prior to the advent of electricity. No tokens were known until Brunk purchased this small hoard. Interesting hoard of 42 uniface pieces includes 30 Hazard Oil Lamp brass; 9 oval copper Faro Lamp; 3 brass Cutlers tokens, ca.

Interesting lot of This is the original hoard, as mentioned in Rulau. S-CA Saloon on item Good for 5c Drink. BZ, XF, but discolored. In the miners of Telluride, Colo, walked out, calling for a set daily wage, and for union representation. Mine owners refused and hired non-union men to reopen the mines. Some armed strikers confronted the scab miners and after killing three, forced the rest to leave town.

This fair settlement did not bring peace to the mines, for in there was a general strike of the mill and smelter workers and miners. In Colorado City the Western Federation of Miners called a strike demanding wage increases and the eight-hour day. A strike of miners in Cripple Creek involved miners from 50 mines. The mine owners brought in outside miners and appealed for martial law.

Sherman Bell to proceed to Cripple Creek with the militia to maintain peace and order. On 6 June 10 months later an explosion at the Findley Mine railroad station killed 13 non-union miners.

The mine owners were quick to blame the union, precipitating lynching, censorship and destruction of the local newspaper. Mobs stormed the union hall and the militia arrested union men and sympathizers. By the 10th over men were forcibly deported from the Cripple Creek District.

Soon the mines started up again with non-union miners and the militia left 26 July. A three part badge, with top pin: Choice uncirculated, chocolate brown color. In original cardboard box. DEa, R-5 known. S-CO Saloon on item Miner on horseback, Colorado above; Centennial, mountains, '76' center.

FL Keysville Lumber Co. The remains of the original hoard of this interesting token. Includes about 4 mostly 8-scalloped 1 Qt Homogenized; about 10 mostly 4-scalloped 1 Qt Golden Guernsey; about 16 mostly square 1 Qt Pasteurized bags are slightly mixed. Dinsmore Dairy Plastic Cow. I have another example of this cow in my collection marked for a Rockford dairy, so they must have issued them all over.

HI Lot of 4 Lunch Tokens. ID Nice Mixed Lot. As above, GF 25c IT: S-IL Saloon on item BR, 5c, dark VF. GF 25c In Drinks. Lot of 3 uniface BZ tags, stamped "C. Work Horse Parade Ribbons, ca. Interesting lot of 3 elaborate ribbons, each a double ribbon from a center rosette, with fabric pin with horse center. Yellow worn, other 2 wrinkled, but nice. Plus Chicago GAR encampment badge, broken.

Michigan Blvd Souvenir Tray, ca. Rectangular tray showing skyscraper outline of lakefront, temple monument foreground, "South from Randolph St. Tate set of 5. A neat waiter check! No Elks Club. As above, different variety: Rare unlisted IL saloon. AL, 25c IT, Unc. West Frankfort Mercantile Co. The listed piece is rated a R6, the rarest listing. IL Riverview Park Token. The famous amusement park, near Chicago I recall going there as a kid, and winning a chalk figurine!

V-Sig-A, listed as rare R6. AL, 5c, nice VF. Attributed to Stockton and Glenview. V-Sre, listed as R-5 10c IT. Sales Tax S-IL Dove to left, in shield; Good for 1 Quart Milk. AL, G-F, many dings. IL Mostly Different Lot. Ea; GF 10c IT. State outline, dates, inscr around; state seal center. Lot of 4, all AL, about AU.

NEAT Old style reverse.

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