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A Plated Mills Sale

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / US Coins Start Price:1,200.00 USD Estimated At:1,800.00 - 1,800.00 USD
A Plated Mills Sale
SOLD
3,250.00USDto floor+ buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2014 Nov 01 @ 15:31UTC-4 : AST/EDT
A buyer’s premium of 18% will be added to the cost of all lots purchased by absentee bidders. The premium is reduced to 15% for floor bidders. See shipping info and full terms.
Chapman, S.H. and H. CATALOGUE OF THE MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF COINS OF THE UNITED STATES FORMED BY JOHN G. MILLS, ESQ., ALBANY, NEW YORK. Philadelphia, April 27-29, 1904. 4to, later white cloth, gilt; original gilt-printed white paper covers bound in; additional original gilt-printed front cover mounted; decorative endpapers. (2), 109, (1) pages; 1848 lots; 14 very fine photographic plates; prices realized list bound in. Cloth stained. Near fine. The first Chapman catalogue to feature full-tone photographic plates (previous sales having photographically printed plates that, while much better than halftones, do not measure up to actual photographs). Adams A+: "Sommer set. Season medal set. MS 'Non Vi.' Gem silver: MS 1804 25¢. Outstanding copper: MS 1823 1¢, chain 1¢." An extremely important sale of American colonial coins and choice large cents and half cents, along with important American silver and gold coins. The handsome plates depict the following coins: I & II-Massachusetts colonial silver coins; III, IV & V-the remaining Massachusetts silver and various other colonials and early issues; VI-Vermont, Massachusetts & Connecticut issues; VII-New York & New Jersey issues; VIII-early United States gold coins; IX-United States silver dollars; X-United States half dollars and quarter dollars; XI-United States dimes and half dimes; XII & XIII-choice large cents; XIV-remaining large cents and choice half cents. Clain-Stefanelli 12031 and 12189. Davis 192.