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  1. Charlton Library Ed Desc by UGotaHaveArt, on Flickr This is a beautiful reference book with tons of useful information. On top of that it was signed by Mr. Charlton as a gift to Chuck Opitz. Mr. Opitz is famous for his work on the primative monies and has authored a number of books on subjects such as "An Ethnographic Study of Traditional Money" A great addition to anyone's library and extra special for collectors of Canadian Money. $25 including postage in the US. Non-US postage will be at cost. The book weighs about 2.5 pounds. This item will go to ebay on Thursday if not sold h
  2. Dear Board, If others aren't too busy, I would appreciate some help here: http://www.coins.nd....TARY.intro.html From the above webpage, Louis Jordan writes: "The Wellington tokens were struck at Thomason's press with dies and punches cut by Thomas Halliday, a die-sinker located on Newhall Street in Birmingham. Rulau identifies the specific Wellington portrait punches used on the Washington military bust tokens as varieties of the Wellington bust used for the Wellington peninsular token Charlton WE-11, which is cataloged with seven small bust varieties (WE-11A) and eight large
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