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The early coins of America and the laws governing their issue

comprising also descriptions of the Washington pieces, the Anglo-American tokens, many pieces of unknown origin, of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and the first patterns of the United States Mint.
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Excerpt from The Early Coins of America: And the Laws Governing Their Issue In view of the great interest in the study of Numismatology, and the many recent discoveries of local coins not heretofore described, as well as the numerous errors (perhaps unavoidable at their time,) into which writers upon the subject of American coins have fallen, it was deemed expedient, a few years since, by the Author: Sylvester S.

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The Early Coins of America and the Laws Governing Their Issue: Comprising Also Descriptions of the Reviews: 1. Excerpt from The Early Coins of America: And the Laws Governing Their Issue IN commencing this work, it was thought that a book might be produced free from typographical errors, if not from errors of statement; but the force of the Old couplet, Whoever thinks a faultless piece to see Thinks what ne'er was, nor is, nor e'er will : Sylvester S.

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