Archive for: Civil War

Stack’s Bowers to auction the Raymond Bunt Collection of Civil War Sutler Tokens

Stack’s Bowers to auction the Raymond Bunt Collection of Civil War Sutler Tokens

Scheduled to cross the auction block as part of our New York Americana Sale, January 22-24, 2013, is the finest and most extensive collection of Civil War sutler tokens in private hands, The Raymond Bunt Collection. While cent-sized Civil War... read more »

 

The Civil War and the National Banking System – The Birth of National Bank Notes

The Civil War and the National Banking System – The Birth of National Bank Notes

by Kevin Foley for CoinWeek ……. On the eve of the Civil War in 1861, the financial and banking system in the United States bore little resemblance to current institutions and practices. There was no central bank. The Federal Reserve... read more »

 

1792 Silver Center Cent, from the first group of coins ever struck at the U.S. Mint, may bring $1,000,000+ at Heritage Auctions’ CSNS event

1792 Silver Center Cent, from the first group of coins ever struck at the U.S. Mint, may bring $1,000,000+ at Heritage Auctions’ CSNS event

The April 18-20 official auction of the Central States Numismatic Society Convention in Schaumburg, IL,  featuring The William D. Plumley Collection of proof gold, a rare Civil War tokens collection and numerous rarities spanning the breadth... read more »

 

NGC Ancients: The Roman Civil War of A.D. 68–69, Year of Five Emperors

NGC Ancients: The Roman Civil War of A.D. 68–69, Year of Five Emperors

By Josh Illingworth - NGC Ancients This year marks the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the American Civil War. The concept of civil war was quite familiar to the ancient Romans as well — with this in mind, NGC Ancients examines the... read more »

 
 
 
 
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