Woodward Sales 2 & 3

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Woodward Sales 2 & 3
350.00USDto c******n+ (63.00) buyer's premium. + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2015 Jan 10 @ 15:04UTC-5 : EST/CDT
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(Woodward, W. Elliot). CATALOGUE OF AN EXTENSIVE AND VALUABLE COLLECTION OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN COINS... Boston, Oct. 23-24, 1860. 36 pages; 1222 lots. [bound with] (Woodward, W. Elliot). CATALOGUE OF A VERY LARGE AND VALUABLE COLLECTION OF COINS, MEDALS, STORE CARDS, MEDALETS, &C., AMERICAN AND FOREIGN... Boston, Jan. 8, 1861. 20 pages; 702 lots. Hand-priced in pencil. Two catalogues bound in one volume. 8vo, later gray cloth, gilt; original printed wraps bound in. Fine. Woodward's Sale 2 and 3, though his name does not appear on the catalogues. Sale 3 is scarce; Sale 2 is very scarce. While much of the cataloguing is terse, there are signs here and there of incipient greatness. Adams 2: "MS 1821 10¢. Connecticut varieties. Colonial copies. 2 sets of 1/2¢ proofs. 1858, 1859 gold proof sets." Attinelli 20: "Upward of 100 varieties of colonial pieces are separately described in this catalogue." Sale 3 was originally scheduled to be sold on December 26, 1860, and this copy has an amended date slip pasted over the original date. According to Attinelli, the sale brought $177.55. It offered a variety of U.S. copper and silver coins, some Washington pieces, and a group of tokens and medals. Adams 3. Attinelli 22. Ex Bob Vail library. Ex Michael Spurlock library.