Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Brown versus Fauver'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Welcome to CoinPeople.com
    • Register (Free and Simple)
  • CoinPeople.com Spotlight
    • New Member Information and Welcome!
    • Contests and Giveaways
  • Main Numismatic Forums
    • Coin Forum
    • World Coin Forum
    • Ancient Coin Forum
    • Banknote Forum
    • Advertising Forums
  • Specialized Numismatic Forums
    • Russian Coin Forums
    • British Coin Forums
    • Numismatic Photography Forum
    • Fake Coin Forums
    • Canadian Coin Forums
    • Exonumia (Tokens, Medals, etc) Forums
    • Error and Variety Coin Forums
  • Numismatic Resources
    • Numismatic Resources Forums
  • Interactive Features
    • Popular Coin Idol 2013
    • Popular Banknote Competition (Season Five)
    • Ugly Coin Competition
    • Coin Grading Challenge
    • The CoinPeople.com Mint
  • Site Information and Technical Support
    • Site Information
    • Tutorials and Technical Support
    • Testing Forum

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Website URL








Found 1 result

  1. BHM#823 The Peace of Paris Obv. Uniformed bust of the Prince Regent, bare head left. H.R.H GEORGE PRINCE WALES. P. R. T. Rev. Inscription within open wreath WELLINGTON / ALEXANDER / BLUCHER / PEACE / 1814 AE, Br. 25 by ? AE R, Br. R. That is how I would have posted this, engraver unknown, until I acquired the book... Exonumia symbolism & classification: A catalogue of Kettle Pieces and an examination of the symbolism and classification of Kettle Pieces and of American Exonumia of the Hard Times, Compromise, and Civil War periods by L. B. Fauver(1982) Fauver attributes this to Thomas Kettle, based on the "E" punch used, type 2 with a drooping middle serif(which first made its appearance in 1814) and is clearly seen in the last "E" in George. He also rates it as rarity R-8, only 5-10 known....but he cautions that his ratings might have to be adjusted if more examples are found. This contrasts with Brown's R. for rare, I must say that, even with my very limited experience, I think Fauver is closer in his rarity rating. Fauver page 39/40: Geo P.W. 1814-1b (P) 24mm R-8.
  • Create New...