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Edgar Adams Notebook on Colonial Copper

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Edgar Adams Notebook on Colonial Copper
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6,500.00USDto d*****4+ (1,170.00) buyer's premium. + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2014 Nov 01 @ 15:04UTC-4 : AST/EDT
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Adams, Edgar H. CONNECTICUT CENTS. HIGLEYS. NEW YORK (NOVA EBORAC). CONFEDERATIOS. VERMONT CENTS. WOODS TOKENS. (New York, undated, 1920s?). 110 leaves, some utilized on both sides, as follows: Title leaf (cited above).Connecticut Cents section: 46 leaves, containing a pencil list of varieties, with illustrations of about 140 different varieties, mostly depicting both sides, largely being photographs or photographic illustrations, with pedigrees and prices where known. 1) Higley section: 6 leaves, with typescript descriptions and pencil annotations, 3 illustrations (one holed, several others appearing to have long ago been removed). 2) Confederatio section: 6 leaves, with typescript descriptions and pencil annotations, 2 illustrations (a few others appear to have long ago been removed). 3) Nova Eborac section: 2 leaves, with typescript descriptions and pencil annotations, 14 illustrations, mostly photographic. 4) Vermont section: 15 leaves, with typescript descriptions and pencil annotations, 42 illustrations, mostly photographic (several others appear to have long ago been removed). 5) NE Massachusetts section: 1 typescript leaf, no illustrations. 6) Mark Newby section: 4 leaves, with typescript descriptions and pencil annotations, 17 illustrations, mostly photographic. 7) Wood's section: 29 leaves, listings in pencil and typescript, with ink annotations, almost 90 illustrations of both sides, nearly all photographs. 8) 8.5 by 11 inch sheets, housed in an early 20th-century gray cloth three-ring binder, spine titled in ink. A leaf or two of the contents are comprised of printed Edgar H. Adams stationery. Ex June 13-15, 1967 New Netherlands sale, part of lot 25: "Presumably prepared by Edgar H. Adams for Julius Guttag." American Numismatic Society Library Dictionary Catalogue page 11 (a similar production). [online description truncated: see PDF or printed catalogue for full description]