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This item SOLD at 2014 May 15 @ 12:57UTC-4 : AST/EDT
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Chapman, Henry. CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTION OF COLONIAL AND STATE COINS, 1787 NEW YORK, BRASHER DOUBLOON, U.S. PIONEER GOLD COINS, U.S. PATTERN PIECES, POLITICAL MEDALS, INDIAN PEACE MEDALS, ASSAY MEDALS, EXTREMELY FINE CENTS AND HALF CENTS OF CAPTAIN ANDREW C. ZABRISKIE, NEW YORK CITY. Philadelphia: Messrs. Davis & Harvey, Auctioneers, June 3–4, 1909. 4to, original gilt-printed white paper covers. viii, 104, (8) pages; 1429 lots; finely engraved frontispiece portrait of Zabriskie. Only slight traces of wear. Fine. [with] Complete set of 13 fine loose photographic plates. Light wear to first and last, but mostly fine. A very nice copy of the post-sale softcover version of the catalogue, with a complete set of the rare photographic plates prepared for the sale. An extremely important sale, well catalogued, featuring remarkable pioneer gold coins, American colonial coins, patterns and superb large cents. A lifelong collector, Zabriskie began buying pioneer gold coins long before they became popular. He had first choice, at private sale, of the Humbert collection before any of it was offered publicly. Two of the magnificent plates depict American colonial coins; two illustrate medals; one depicts patterns; three illustrate private gold coins; one depicts half cents and other rare coins; three illustrate large cents; and the final plate depicts presidential and political medals. Adams A: “Higleys (9). Brasher doubloon. Silver peace medals. Fabulous pioneer gold (Humbert’s collection). Excellent medals.”