HT 247       Low 240       AU 55       R-6   

Day Newell & Day. New York, NY. 1834-35. Copper. 26.5mm

Some faint original mint luster. Struck by Wright & Bale. Legends on both sides describe the firm's business of manufacturing locks, bolts, and hinges.

Rev: Small cud on reerse rim oer the word IRON..

The Litman, Dreyfus & Sullivan Collections (PCAC sale #73, December 4, 2004, lot 40)

   HT 248       Low 241       AU 58       R-6   

Day Newell & Day. 589 Broadway, New York, NY. 1834-35. German Silver. 26.8mm.

Very rare German Silver variety.

A pleasing example with some light tarnish. It is unlikely that specimens better than XF exist, making this piece one of the finest known examples of this rare variety.

Obv: Light scratch marks below MANUFACTURERS do not detract and are invisible to the naked eye.

The Sara Hinckley Collection of Hard Times Tokens, PCAC Exonumia Auction #76, November 11, 2006, lot 105.
Ex. Presidential Coin & Antique Company sale, December 1995, lot 95.















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