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A 1901 Libbie Sale Featuring a Fake 1804 Dollar, ex the A.W. Jackman Library

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A 1901 Libbie Sale Featuring a Fake 1804 Dollar, ex the A.W. Jackman Library
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Libbie, C.F. & Co. CATALOGUE OF THE HAIGH COLLECTION OF COINS, MASONIC MEDALS, ETC., COMPRISING AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER COINS, INCLUDING THE 1804 DOLLAR... Boston, Oct. 28-29, 1901. 8vo, original printed card covers. (4), 74 pages; 1558 lots; neatly priced throughout in red ink. Rear cover chipped; spine reinforced with archival mending tissue. Near fine. Ex A.W. Jackman (of plated Chapman fame), autographed in ink at the head of the front cover. Lot 333, the "1804" dollar, is given the following pedigree in the catalogue: "From Col. Adams Collection, sold to Jubal Early; sold C.B. Cochran of Antrim, N.H., and sold with his collection of Dollars to Mason & Co., March 1889." A note in red ink present here observes that it is "withdrawn--an alteration."