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ACS Liberia cent 1833
ACS Liberia cent 1833

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copperhobbie



Registered: September 2005
Location: northern California
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American Colonization Society cent of 1833. This one is a previously unrecorded die combination of the 5 obverse and 5 reverse dies known so far. The original monograph by Colver and Harley has 6 varieties. This is the 8th
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Registered: August 2005
Location: Arizona USA
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January 6, 2008 7:08pm

All known and one undocumented variety of these to be found in the Moneta Gallery under Africa > Liberia. This is where KM lists them, arguably they should be listed under USA. Low and Rulau have listed them in their books on 'Hard Times Tokens' (they were used as such and are early issues for that use). Some believe these were struck by the US Mint rather than by the Gibbs firm in Belleville NJ. Study of these interesting tokens is still on-going. See Library for addition information.


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