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   HT 201       Low 163       AU 58 BN       R-3   

Howell Works Garden, Allaire New Jersey. (1835). Copper. 27mm. Details...

This piece is quite possibly one of the finest known. Slightly weak strike as usual with very light obverse planchet flaw.

Reverse: Token is as well-struck as they come.

Steve Hayden Mail Bid Sale #20, October 18, 2003, Lot 651.

   HT 202       Low 150       XF 45 BN       R-5   

J. Gibbs, Manufacturer. Belleville,N.J. Copper. (1841). 28mm. Details...

The Rulau 6th Edition plate coin for this variety.

Obv: Somewhat weakly struck, as normal for this piece.

Rev: Unevenly struck, with weakness in lower lettering.

Stack's June 23, 1992 sale lot 81.

   HT 204       Low 148       AU 50       R-1   

T. Duseaman. (1837). Copper. 28mm.

This is the only token combining dies used for two different country's tokens.

Obv: Light ancient scratches in left field do not detract and are barely visible.

   HT 204B       Low 155       AU 58 BN       R-6   

T.D. Seaman. (1837). Copper. 27.6mm. Details...

Nice pale brown with tinges of faded color around the rims. The obverse is the reverse die of HT 24 (Low 66) and the reverse has a floral wreath similar to the Bouquet Sou design on HT 272 (Low 151).

The John J. Ford Collection (Stack's, June 23, 2004, lot 295).
Ex. R. Mandel on June 13, 1955.

   HT 205       Low 142       MS 62 RB       R-2   

Bergen Iron Works Store. Lakewood, N.J. Bonae Fidei Signum 1840. 21mm. Brass. Plain edge. * Store * variety. Details...

A glittering little gem with 75% original lustre. One of the finest known! Variety with stars on the obverse. Vary rare in this near perfect condition.

The John J. Ford Collection (Stack's, June 23, 2004, lot 280).
Ex. F.C.C. Boyd Estate.

   HT 205A       Low 180       MS 64 RB       R-2   

Bergen Iron Works. Lakewood, N.J. Bonae Fidei Signum 1840. Copper. 21.4mm. Plain edge. * Store * variety. Details...

Red and brown uncirculated. A lovely specimen that is far above the average seen. From the same dies as HT 205 (Low 142), except struck in copper. Quite scarce, especially in high grade.

The John J. Ford Collection (Stack's, June 23, 2004, lot 322).
Ex. Allen-Brand on February 28, 1955.

   HT 206       Low 143       MS 64 BN       R-4   

Bergen Iron Works. Lakewood, N.J. Bonae Fidei Signum 1840. Copper. 22mm. 0 Store 0 variety.

Nice pale gold and deep brown with some lustre. Variety with circles on obverse and more crudely struck than HT 205. Boyd though this was struck in brass.

Obv: Die crack above and to the right of the eagle's wing.

The John J. Ford Collection (Stack's, June 23, 2004, lot 282).
Ex. F.C.C. Boyd Estate.

   HT 210       Low 348       AU 58 BN       R-4   

N. Safford Temperance House, Albany New York. (1830's). Copper. 26.6mm. TEMPERANCE / N.SAFFORD / 280 / NORTH MARKET ST./ A:BANY / HOUSE. Rv: ACCOMMODATIONS FOR / MERCHANTS / AND / TRADERS / IN / GENERAL / . PRIVATE FAMILIES. (Wright 930)

An underrated merchant, and a very difficult to find token. Chocolate brown surfaces overall.

Steve Hayden Mail Bid Sale #20, October 18, 2003, Lot 664.

   HT 212       Low 324       AU 53 BN       R-2   

Patterson Brothers. Buffalo N.Y. (1838-39). Copper. 28.5mm. Anvil in circle.

Stacks listed as Engrailed or center-grained edge. However, NGC certified as 212, plain edge. Glossy light brown toning overall.

Stack's Americana sale, January 15-17, 2002, lot 617.

   HT 213       XF 45 BN       R-4   

W.A. Thomson. Buffalo N.Y. (1838-39). Copper. 38mm. Anil and hammer in center, NO. 9 on side of anvil. W.A. THOMSON above, WEBSTER BUILDINGS / BUFFALO below. Reeded edge.

Pleasing brown reflective surfaces overall. This token is quite scarce and very difficult to locate in this condition.

Rev: Small edge nick 9:00.

Ex. Richard Gross Collection.

   HT 215A       Low 388       AU 55       R-9   

L. Robinson Rifle Trimmings & Gunnery, Chittenango, New York. Plain edge. 28mm. Copper. 1848-1858. Details...

Steve Hayden Mail Bid Sale #24, December 3, 2005, lot 633.

   HT 215B       Low 400B       AU 58       R-8   

L. Robinson. Chittenango, N.Y. (1848-1858). White metal. 27.5mm.

Extremely rare in white metal.

Steve Hayden Mail Bid Sale #22, November 20, 2004, lot 475.

   HT 216       Low 99       AU-55       R-1   

Walsh's General Store. Lansingburgh, N.Y. 1835. Copper. 28.5mm. Plough. Details...

Some red remains in the devices.

Ex. Richard Gross Collection.

   HT 217       Low 100       XF-40       R-1   

Walsh's General Store. Lansingburgh, N.Y. 1835. Copper. 28.5mm. Lafayette H.

   HT 218       Low 101       XF-40       R-1   

Walsh's General Store. Lansingburgh, N.Y. 1835. Copper. 28.5mm. LANSINBURG (Sic!), straight.

   HT 219       Low 107       MS 62 BN       R-2   

Henry Anderson. Mammoth Boot, New York. 1837. Copper. 28.1mm. Details...

Very crisply struck. 20% red overall, with lots of mint red showing through in the recesses of the lettering.

Steve Hayden Mail Bid Sale #20, October 18, 2003, Lot 631.
Ex. Andrew Zabriski collection.

   HT 220       Low 200       UNC 63       R-6   

Atwood's Railroad Hotel. 3 Cents, Bale & Smith. (1835-8). Copper. 26.5mm.

Crisply struck overall on a thin planchet with reflective brown surfaces.

Ex. Richard Gross Collection.

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