HT 253       Low 310       XF Details       R-5   

Doremus, Suydam & Nixon. New York. (1832-33). Copper. 26.5mm. As 214, W. & B. N.Y. on obverse. Rv: LINENS SHEETINGS & DAMASKS in center.

Rare. About 30% red. No spots, fully original, no problems.

   HT 255       Low 242       AU 58       R-4   

Doremus, Suydam & Nixon. New York. (1832-33). Brass. 26.5mm. Reeded edge. 50 & 52 William Street, New York.

Much of the original gilt remains on this token struck in the 1834-5 period by James Bale when the firm was at 50-52 William Street in New York City.

The Litman, Dreyfus & Sullivan Collections (PCAC sale #73, December 4, 2004, lot 41).

   HT A258       MS 63       R-6   

Doremus, Suydam & Nixon. New York. (1832-33). Brass. 28mm. Reeded edge. 37 & 39 Nassau Street.

Struck by Bale & Smith in 1836-38 when the firm was located at 37 and 39 Nassau Street.

The Litman, Dreyfus & Sullivan Collections (PCAC sale #73, December 4, 2004, lot 42).

   HT 258B       Low 245B       AU 50       R-8   

Doremus, Suydam & Nixon. New York. (1836-38). Gilt Brass. 28mm. Plain edge. 37 & 39 Nassau Street.

Die signed by Bale and Smith of New York City and struck when the firm was located at 37 & 39 Nassau Street.

Obv: About 30% gilding remains.

Rev: About 90% gilding remains.

The Benj Fauver Collections, PCAC Exonumia Auction Sale #75, July 15, 2006, lot 33.

   HT 258C       Low 245C       MS 63       R-8   

Doremus, Suydam & Nixon. New York. (1832-33). Brass. 28mm. Reeded edge. 37 & 39 Nassau Street.

Lusterous uncirculated. Weakly reeded edge. Die signed by Bale & Smath and struck by them when the firm was located at 37 & 39 Nassau Street. Rare, especially in this high state of preservation.

The Litman, Dreyfus & Sullivan Collections (PCAC sale #73, December 4, 2004, lot 43).

   HT 259       Low 245       AU 58 BN       R-4   

Doremus, Suydam & Nixon. New York, NY. (1840-1844). Gilt bronze. 27.3mm. 39 Nassau Street, New York, NY.

A classic rarity of the Hard Times Token series. The 377 Broadway address was where Feuchtwanger remained until 1836. His three cent storecard was issued in two formats: Broadway and Courtland Street, where he relocated in 1837.

The Litman, Dreyfus & Sullivan Collections (PCAC sale #73, December 4, 2004, lot 46).

   HT 901A       Low 307       MS 63       R-5   

Doremus, Suydham & Nixon. New York. (1831-33). Brass. 26.5mm.

50% bright overall. Very rare in this condition and possibly the finest known.

Obv: Toning spot at 8 o'clock.

   HT 902A       Low 309       AU 58       R-6   

Doremus, Suydham & Nixon. New York. (1832-34). Brass. 26 1/2 mm.

NY 214. Scarce variety with no period after NIXON.

The Benj Fauver Collections, PCAC Exonumia Auction Sale #75, July 15, 2006, lot 36.















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