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View Coin CCC 1C Token United States MN UNDATED ALLEN C.C.C. COMPANY 2767 GOOD FOR 1C, BRASS NGC MS 64 CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS TOKEN
Allen, MN, C.C.C. Company 2767
Good for 1c In Trade
NGC MS64

Purchased in Heritage Auctions 2022 February 21 Certified American Tokens & Medals U.S. Coins Showcase Auction #60248, Lot #93356
View Coin CCC 10C Token United States IA UNDATED McGREGOR C.C.C. COMPANY 1754 GOOD FOR 10C, BRASS NGC MS 62 CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS TOKEN
McGregor, IA C.C.C. Company 1754
Good for 10c In Trade
NGC MS62

Purchased in Heritage Auctions 2022 February 21 Certified American Tokens & Medals U.S. Coins Showcase Auction #60248, Lot #93352
View Coin CCC 5C Token United States IA UNDATED McGREGOR C.C.C. COMPANY 1754 GOOD FOR 5C, ALUMINUM NGC MS 61 CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS TOKEN
McGregor, IA C.C.C. Company 1754
Good for 5c In Trade
NGC MS61

Purchased in Heritage Auctions 2022 February 21 Certified American Tokens & Medals U.S. Coins Showcase Auction #60248, Lot #93351
View Coin 2020 SILVER EAGLE MS70 Jim Lovell Hand Signed United States SILVER S$1 2020 Eagle NGC MS 70 2020 AMERICAN EAGLE ONE OUNCE SILVER BULLION COIN
Jim Lovell Hand Signed

SPECIFICATIONS
Denomination: $1
Finish: Business Strike
Composition: 99.9% Silver
Diameter: 1.598 inches (40.60 mm)
Weight: 1.000 troy oz (31.103 grams)
Edge: Reeded
Mint Mark: None

COIN DESIGNS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman's full-length figure of Liberty in full stride, enveloped in folds of the flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left.

Reverse: Heraldic eagle with shield, an olive branch in the right talon and arrows in the left.

COIN DESIGNERS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman (1870-1952)

Reverse: United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver John M. Mercanti.

PEDIGREE: Astronaut Scholarship Foundation label. Hand signed by James Lovell (one of 500)
View Coin 2020 W SILVER EAGLE PF70 ULTRA CAMEO Jim Lovell Hand Signed United States SILVER S$1 2020 W Eagle NGC PF 70 ULTRA CAMEO 2020 W AMERICAN EAGLE ONE OUNCE SILVER PROOF COIN
Jim Lovell Hand Signed

SPECIFICATIONS
Denomination: $1
Finish: Proof
Composition: 99.9% Silver
Diameter: 1.598 inches (40.60 mm)
Weight: 1.000 troy oz (31.103 grams)
Edge: Reeded
Mint: West Point
Mint Mark: W

COIN DESIGNS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman's full-length figure of Liberty in full stride, enveloped in folds of the flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left.

Reverse: Heraldic eagle with shield, an olive branch in the right talon and arrows in the left.

COIN DESIGNERS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman (1870-1952)

Reverse: United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver John M. Mercanti.

PEDIGREE: Astronaut Scholarship Foundation label. Hand signed by James Lovell (one of 500)
View Coin 2020 W SILVER EAGLE PF70 ULTRA CAMEO Jim Lovell Hand Signed United States SILVER S$1 2020 W Eagle NGC PF 70 ULTRA CAMEO 2020 W AMERICAN EAGLE ONE OUNCE SILVER PROOF COIN
Jim Lovell Hand Signed

SPECIFICATIONS
Denomination: $1
Finish: Proof
Composition: 99.9% Silver
Diameter: 1.598 inches (40.60 mm)
Weight: 1.000 troy oz (31.103 grams)
Edge: Reeded
Mint: West Point
Mint Mark: W

COIN DESIGNS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman's full-length figure of Liberty in full stride, enveloped in folds of the flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left.

Reverse: Heraldic eagle with shield, an olive branch in the right talon and arrows in the left.

COIN DESIGNERS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman (1870-1952)

Reverse: United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver John M. Mercanti.

PEDIGREE: Astronaut Scholarship Foundation label. Hand signed by James Lovell (one of 500)
View Coin 2020 SILVER EAGLE MS70 Jim Lovell Hand Signed United States SILVER S$1 2020 Eagle NGC MS 70 2020 AMERICAN EAGLE ONE OUNCE SILVER BULLION COIN
Jim Lovell Hand Signed

SPECIFICATIONS
Denomination: $1
Finish: Business Strike
Composition: 99.9% Silver
Diameter: 1.598 inches (40.60 mm)
Weight: 1.000 troy oz (31.103 grams)
Edge: Reeded
Mint Mark: None

COIN DESIGNS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman's full-length figure of Liberty in full stride, enveloped in folds of the flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left.

Reverse: Heraldic eagle with shield, an olive branch in the right talon and arrows in the left.

COIN DESIGNERS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman (1870-1952)

Reverse: United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver John M. Mercanti.

PEDIGREE: Astronaut Scholarship Foundation label. Hand signed by James Lovell (one of 500)
View Coin 2021 NGC Registry Best Presented Set Award Winner United States SILVER S$1 2021 Eagle Eagle Landing T-2 Award Winner NGC MS 70 2021 SILVER AMERICAN EAGLE - EAGLE LANDING, TYPE 2 REVERSE

SPECIFICATIONS
Denomination: $1
Finish: Bullion
Composition: 99.9% Silver
Weight: 1.000 troy oz.(31.103 grams)
Diameter: 1.598 inches(40.60 mm)
Edge: Reeded
Mint Mark: None

After 35 years, this classic and popular coin was updated with an enhanced obverse design and brand new reverse.
Thanks to modern design technology, the updated obverse is a closer reflection of Weinman’s original vision and
includes the addition of his traditional artist mark. Enhanced security features include an anti-counterfeit reeded edge variation

OBVERSE DESIGN: The obverse features a refreshed depiction of Adolph A. Weinman's full-length figure of Liberty in full stride, enveloped in folds of the flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left. To accomplish this The United States Mint returned to its original historical assets to render a closer reflection of Weinman's original vision and includes the addition of his traditional artist mark. Inscriptions are "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST," and "2021."

REVERSE DESIGN: The reverse of the re-designed Silver American Eagle depicts an eagle, with wings spread, coming in for a landing, carrying an oak branch as if to add it to a nest. Inscriptions are "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," "ONE DOLLAR," and "1 OZ. FINE SILVER."

COIN ARTISTS
Obverse Designer: Adolph A. Weinman (1870-1952)
Reverse Designer: Emily Damstra, Artistic Infusion Program Designer
Reverse Sculptor-Engraver: Michael Gaudioso, United States Mint Medallic Artist

PEDIGREE
2021 NGC Registry Award Winner

LABEL
NGC 35th Anniversary Label

This coin was presented to me by NGC in recognition of my USA/Philippines Type Set winning the 2021 NGC REGISTRY BEST PRESENTED SET AWARD.

View Coin FRANCE 1815A 5F NAPOLEON "THE HUNDRED DAYS" FRANCE - PART 4 SILVER 5F 1815A NAPOLEON KM-172.1; Gad-595 PCGS AU Details France 1815-A 5 Francs
Napoleon “The Hundred Days”
Mint: Paris
Mint Mark: A
Mintage: 473,000
Catalog Numbers: KM-172.1; Gad-595

The Hundred Days (French: les Cent-Jours) marked the period between Napoleon's return from exile on the island of Elba to Paris on 20 March 1815 and the second restoration of King Louis XVIII on 8 July 1815 (a period of 111 days).[ This period saw the War of the Seventh Coalition, and includes the Waterloo Campaign, the Neapolitan War as well as several other minor campaigns. The phrase les Cent Jours (the hundred days) was first used by the prefect of Paris, Gaspard, comte de Chabrol, in his speech welcoming the king back to Paris on 8 July.

Napoleon returned while the Congress of Vienna was sitting. On 13 March, seven days before Napoleon reached Paris, the powers at the Congress of Vienna declared him an outlaw, and on 25 March Austria, Prussia, Russia and the United Kingdom, members of the Seventh Coalition, bound themselves to put 150,000 men each into the field to end his rule.[5] This set the stage for the last conflict in the Napoleonic Wars, the defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo, the second restoration of the French kingdom, and the permanent exile of Napoleon to the distant island of Saint Helena, where he died in May 1821

Purchased in Stack's Bowers January 2019 NYINC Auction, Lot #42793
View Coin   United States SILVER 20C 1908 USA-PHIL PCGS PF 63 Mint: Philadelphia
Mintage: 500
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engmraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.75
Weight: 4g
ASW: 0.0964oz
Melt Value: $2.28 (2/12/2022)
Diameter: 20mm
Edge: Reeded


1908 20 Centavos PCGS PR63 (Cert. #21245608).
Crossed over to NGC as PF64 (Cert # 4087840-006) Scratch Resistant Holder
View Coin   United States SILVER PESO 1936 M USA-PHIL ROOSEVELT-QUEZON PCGS MS 64 SPECIFICATIONS
Mint: Manila
Mint Mark "M"
Mintage: 10,000
Designer: Ambrocio Morales
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.8000
Weight: 20.0000g
ASW: 0.5144oz
Diameter: 35mm

In 1936 the Manila Mint produced a set of three coins to commemorate the founding of the Commonwealth Of The Philippines on November 15,1935. The set consisted of a Fifty Centavos, and two One Peso Coins. The coins were designed by Ambrosio Morales, a Professor of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines. The two commemorative Pesos were struck in .800 fineness silver. The Fifty Centavos was struck in .750 fineness silver. The three coin set had a face value of 2.5 Pesos, equal to $1.25 in U.S. Dollars, and sold for $3.13.

The obverse design of the Roosevelt-Quezon Peso features portraits of the first Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon and U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. This was the second appearance of a living U.S. President on a coin issued by the United States. The other was on the U.S. Sesquicentennial commemorative Half Dollar issued in 1926 on which living President Calvin Coolidge was portrayed.

The reverse design of the Roosevelt-Quezon Peso depicts the official seal of "The Commonwealth of the Philippines".
Design elements of the Commonwealth Reverse incorporate the rich history of the Philippines. The eagle perched atop the shield, of course, represents the United States. The shield used was an adaptation of a design used for the official seal of The Government of the Philippine Islands which appeared on Philippine paper money starting in 1905 (Allen 2008). The three stars at the top of the shield represent the three main geographical regions of the Philippines: Luzon, Mindanao, and the Visayas. The lettering on the Scroll beneath the shield reads Commonwealth of the Philippines. The oval in the center of the shield depicts a modification of the Coat of Arms of the City of Manila which dates to 1596.

On the 20th of March, 1596 King Philip The II bestowed upon the ensigne y siempre leal City of Manila a Coat of Arms such as is possessed by other cities of the Indies. It shall consist of a shield which shall have in its upper part a golden castle on a red field closed by blue doors and windows and which shall be surmounted by a crown and on the lower half on a blue field, a half lion and half dolphin of silver armed and langued gules (red nails and tongue). The said lion shall hold in his paws a sword with guards and hilt. (Royal Edict of March 20, 1596 as quoted in Perez 1946 and 1975)

If you look at the above picture, you can clearly see the castle surmounted by a crown and the half lion-half dolphin holding a sword with guards and hilt in his paws.

The mintage of the 1936M Roosevelt-Quezon Peso was 10,000 coins, however, the actual number of existing coins is far less as many of these coins were crated and thrown into Manila Bay, near Corregidor, in 1942 to avoid seizure by the invading forces of Japan.

References:
U.S./Philippine Coins, 6th Edition, 2008, by Lyman L. Allen
The Copper Coinage of the Philippines by Dr. Gilbert S. Perez, first published in the Coin Collectors Journal, Sept-October 1946 and reprinted in Philippine Numismatic Monographs Number 19 in 1975.

This near Gem specimen was purchased Raw on Ebay many years ago.
View Coin   United States SILVER PESO 1903 S USA-PHIL PCGS AU 55 Mint: San Francisco
Mint Mark: S
Mintage: 11,361,000
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.9000
Weight: 26.9500g
ASW: 0.7800oz
Melt Value: $20.43 (4/29/2021)
Diameter: 38mm
Edge: Reeded

This Choice AU specimen is beautifully toned and has exceptional eye appeal for the grade. Purchased Raw on eBay many years ago.
View Coin   United States SILVER 10C 1916 S BARBER PCGS XF Details SPECIFICATIONS
Mint: San Francisco
Mint Mark: S
Mintage: 5,820,000
Designer: Charles E. Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.9000
Weight: 2.5000g
ASW: 0.0723oz
Melt Value: $1.89 (4/29/2021)
Diameter: 17.9mm
Edge: Reeded

This specimen was purchased "raw" many decades ago.
View Coin   United States PESO 1936 M USA-PHIL ROOSEVELT-QUEZON PCGS MS 64 800 Silver, 20.0 grams. Mintage 10,000 (The actual number of existing coins is far less as many of these coins were crated and thrown into Manila Bay, near Corregidor, in 1942 to avoid seizure by the invading forces of Japan.) Combined Population 98/138.

In 1936 the Manila Mint produced a set of three coins to commemorate the founding of the Commonwealth Of The Philippines on Novenber 15, 1935. The obverse design of the Roosevelt - Quezon Peso features portraits of the first Philippine President Manual L. Quezon and U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. This was the second appearance of a living U.S. President on a coin issued by the United States. The reverse design depicts the official seal of "The Commomwealth of the Philippines".

This PCGS MS-64 specimen is a beautiful lusterous, untoned, fully struck example of the Roosevelt-Quezon Commerative Peso.
View Coin   United States COPPER-NICKEL PESO 1922PM USA-PHIL CULION LEPER COLONY CADUCEUS STRAIGHT WINGS NGC VF Details CULION LEPER COLONY
1922PM PESO
CADUCEUS STRAIGHT WINGS

SPECIFICATIONS
Mint: Manila
Mint Mark: PM
Mintage: 8,280
Composition: Copper-Nickel
Diameter: 35.2 mm

Purchased RAW from Cookie Jar Collectibles in Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII (September 2019) Lot # 935BB. Described by Cookie Jar Collectibles as "CLC 1922 Peso, Straight Wings, recut "2". slight underlying luster, XF." NGC graded VF Details (Obverse Scratched).

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View Coin   United States COPPER-NICKEL 20C 1922PM USA-PHIL CULION LEPER COLONY NGC XF Details CULLION LEPER COLONY
1922PM 20 Centavos

Mint: Manila
Mint Mark: PM
Mintage: 10,155
Composition: Copper-Nickel
Diameter: 31.8 mm

Purchased RAW from Cookie Jar Collectibles in Philippine Male Bid Sale XXII+, Lot # 931B. (September 2019). Described by Cookie Jar Collectibles as XF. NGC graded XF Details (Obverse Scratched).

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View Coin   United States BRONZE 1C 1938 M USA-PHIL NGC UNC Details 1938 M USA-PHILIPPINE One Centavo
Uncirculated Details (Altered Color)

SPECIFICATIONS
Mint: Manila
Mint Mark: M
Mintage: 1,000,000
Obverse Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Reverse Designer: Ambrosio Morales
Composition: Bronze
Weight: 5.3g
Diameter: 24mm
Edge: Plain

Purchased RAW from Cookie Jar Collectibles. Purchased as Allen-3.02a RPD (Recut 1). NGC believes this is a case of machine doubling and not a separate Allen variety. Specimen was Details graded due to suspected "Altered Color".

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View Coin   United States BRONZE 1C 1933 9/9 M USA-PHIL ALLEN-2.30a NGC MS 64 RB U.S. Philippine One Centavo 1933 9/9
Allen-2.30a
NGC MS64 RB

SPECIFICATIONS
Mint: Manila
Mint Mark: M
Mintage: 8,393,000 (all Varities)
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Bronze
Weight: 4.7g
Diameter: 24mm
Edge: Plain

This near Gem specimen is the single finest NGC certified example of this Allen variety. When viewed under light this specimen is lustrous with beautiful hot pink, aqua, purple, and blue toning particularly on the obverse upper left quadrant and throughout the reverse. The obverse is well struck with good detail. The reverse is a typical weak strike which lacks detail in the left center particularly on the bottom feathers of the eagles wing and foot and the upper the left portion of the shield. Two of the stars are weakly struck and another two stars are completely absent.

NGC Population: 1/0

Purchased RAW from Cookie Jar Collectibles.

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View Coin   United States SILVER PESO 1936 M USA-PHIL ROOSEVELT-QUEZON KM-177 NGC MS 67 Mint: Manila
Mint Mark "M"
Mintage: 10,000
Designer: Ambrocio Morales
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.8000
Weight: 20.0000g
ASW: 0.5144oz
Diameter: 35mm

In 1936 the Manila Mint produced a set of three coins to commemorate the founding of the Commonwealth Of The Philippines on November 15,1935. The set consisted of a Fifty Centavos, and two One Peso Coins. The coins were designed by Ambrosio Morales, a Professor of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines. The two commemorative Pesos were struck in .800 fineness silver. The Fifty Centavos was struck in .750 fineness silver. The three coin set had a face value of 2.5 Pesos, equal to $1.25 in U.S. Dollars, and sold for $3.13.

The obverse design of the Roosevelt-Quezon Peso features portraits of the first Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon and U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. This was the second appearance of a living U.S. President on a coin issued by the United States. The other was on the U.S. Sesquicentennial commemorative Half Dollar issued in 1926 on which living President Calvin Coolidge was portrayed.

The reverse design of the Roosevelt-Quezon Peso depicts the official seal of "The Commonwealth of the Philippines".
Design elements of the Commonwealth Reverse incorporate the rich history of the Philippines. The eagle perched atop the shield, of course, represents the United States. The shield used was an adaptation of a design used for the official seal of The Government of the Philippine Islands which appeared on Philippine paper money starting in 1905 (Allen 2008). The three stars at the top of the shield represent the three main geographical regions of the Philippines: Luzon, Mindanao, and the Visayas. The lettering on the Scroll beneath the shield reads Commonwealth of the Philippines. The oval in the center of the shield depicts a modification of the Coat of Arms of the City of Manila which dates to 1596.

On the 20th of March, 1596 King Philip The II bestowed upon the ensigne y siempre leal City of Manila a Coat of Arms such as is possessed by other cities of the Indies. It shall consist of a shield which shall have in its upper part a golden castle on a red field closed by blue doors and windows and which shall be surmounted by a crown and on the lower half on a blue field, a half lion and half dolphin of silver armed and langued gules (red nails and tongue). The said lion shall hold in his paws a sword with guards and hilt. (Royal Edict of March 20, 1596 as quoted in Perez 1946 and 1975)

If you look at the attached picture, you can clearly see the castle surmounted by a crown and the half lion-half dolphin holding a sword with guards and hilt in his paws.

The mintage of the 1936M Roosevelt-Quezon Peso was 10,000 coins, however, the actual number of existing coins is far less as many of these coins were crated and thrown into Manila Bay, near Corregidor, in 1942 to avoid seizure by the invading forces of Japan.

This "Top Pop" "Superb Gem" is among the finest known examples of the Roosevelt-Quezon Peso. NGC has graded only seven (7) specimens in the lofty grade of MS67 with none graded higher. PCGS has graded only eight (8) specimens in MS67 with none graded higher. This hauntingly gorgeous specimen is boldly struck and exhibits a deep tone comprised of cobalt, russet, and deep burgundy.

NGC PHOTO PROOF STATEMENT REGARDING THIS SPECIMEN
"Filipino sculptor Ambrosio Morales created the models for this commemorative coin issued to mark the Philippines' new status as a commonwealth. Part of a three-coin set, this entry features overlapping portraits of USA President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Philippines President Manuel Quezon. It was coined at the Manila Mint, whose mark is at 7 o'clock reverse. This lovely gem is well struck overall, with very bright and satiny luster. Overlaying this is splendid toning of amber, magenta and azure. Only the tiniest of marks are seen, and the quality of this specimen is superb. NGC has certified just seven others at this grade and none finer (4-18)."

NGC Population: 7/0 (11/25/2020)
PCGS Population: 8/0 (11/25/2020)
Combined NGC/PCGS Population: 15/0 (11/25/2020)

References:
U.S./Philippine Coins, 6th Edition, 2008, by Lyman L. Allen
The Copper Coinage of the Philippines by Dr. Gilbert S. Perez, first published in the Coin Collectors Journal, Sept-October 1946 and reprinted in Philippine Numismatic Monographs Number 19 in 1975.
View Coin   United States GILT 1904 MO H-30-90 GRAND PRIZE MEDAL LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPO NGC MS 62 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION
GRAND PRIZE MEDAL
Gilt Bronze
Hendershott-30-90
NGC MS62

SPECIFICATIONS
Manufacturer: U.S. Philadelphia Mint
Mintage:3,300
Shape & Dimentions: Shield Shape, Height 74.3 mm, Width 60.2 mm
Weight: 149.7 Grams

DESIGNER
Designer: Adolph Alexander Weinman

The "Grand Prize" was the highest of four award medals given out at the 1904 Lousiana Purchase Exposition. Other awards included a "Bronze Medal", Silver Medal", and "Gold Medal". All of the award medals were struck in Bronze. however it was common practice for recipiants of "Gold" and "Grand Prize medals to have their award medals gilded after recieving them.

OBVERSE
The obverse of the medal depicts two female figures above the date MCMIV (1904). The taller figure is Columbia, with her arms spread wide holding the United States flag. The youthful maiden at her side represents the Louisiana Purchase Territory. Emblematic of her reception into the union, the maiden is divesting herself of the cloak of France, the material decorated with bees, the emblem of Napoleon. In the background is the rising sun, marking the dawn of a new era of progress to the nation. Encircling the two figures are the words "Universal Exposition - Saint Louis - United States of America."

REVERSE
The reverse shows an architectural tablet inscribed with "Grand Prize" and "Louisiana Purchase Exposition". Below the tablet are two dolphins symbolizing the nations' eastern and western boundaries, the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Above the tablet is a large eagle with its wings spread. :

Purchased in Heritage Auctions, 2021 August 22 Certified American Tokens & Medals Showcase Auction, Auction #60215, Lot # 91445

NGC Population: 1/2 (8/23/2021)
View Coin   United States SILVER SC$1 1920 HK-449 WILSON DOLLAR MANILA MINT OPENING NGC MS 63 1920 (M) HK-449 SO-CALLED DOLLAR
WILSON DOLLAR
SILVER MEDAL COMMEMORATING THE OPENING OF THE MANILA MINT
NGC MS63

SPECIFICATIONS
Mint: Manila
Mint Mark: None
Composition: .800 silver, .200 copper
Weight: 440 grains
Diameter:38.2 mm
Edge: Plain

Dies for the " Wilson Dollar" were cut by by George Morgan, who was the Mint's Chief Engraver in 1920, and who was also responsible for the U.S. Morgan Silver Dollar.

OBVERSE
The obverse presents a well executed portrait of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson. Inscriptions are; "PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES".

REVERSE
The reverse shows a representation of "Juno Moneta" (the goddess of money and minting) kneeling and watching over a nude youth who is pouring planchets (coin blanks) into a coining press. Inscriptions are: "TO COMMEMORATE THE OPENING OF THE MINT", MANILA P.I.", and "1920". A small letter M (for Morgan) is inscribed to the right of Juno Moneta's left foot. The design used is a modification of a much earlier Morgan design that was used on several of the U.S. Assay Commissions Annual Medals in the 1880s and 1890s.




Left: reverse of the 1890 U.S. Assay Commission Medal. Right: reverse of the 1920 Manila Mint Opening Commemorative Medal.

Mintage 2,200 Silver (HK-449), 3,700 Bronze (HK-450), and between 5 and 15 Gold (HK-1031). The surviving number of Wilson Dollars particularly in mint state is much less as many specimens were lost during WWII. When Japan invaded the Philippines in 1942 the U.S. government dumped 16 million Pesos in silver coins into Manila Bay to prevent it's seizure by the Japanese. Many Silver and Bronze Wilson Dollars were included in this dumping. Although many of these coins and medals were salvaged after the war the majority are heavily corroded from their long immersion in salt water.

All Wilson Dollars are scarce particularly in true Mint State. According to NGC and PCGS online population reports (3/10/2014) NGC and PCGS combined have only certified 120 Silver and 22 Bronze Wilson Dollars in MS60 and above.

NGC PHOTO PROOF STATEMENT REGARDING THIS SPECIMEN
"The opening of the Manila Mint in The Philippines prompted the production there of handsome medals in bronze, silver and gold. The dies were sculpted by U.S. Mint Chief Engraver George T. Morgan. Of the 2,200 silver impressions struck, an unknown quantity was dumpted into the sea to prevent their capture by the advancing Japanese Army in 1942. pristine examples such as this choice silver piece are thus quite rare. Well struck overall and highly lustrous, this lovely medal displays subtle blushes of gold, blue and red at its peripheries. NGC has certified 48 examples as MS63 and just 31 finer (11-21)."

Auction Appearances Of This Specimen:
Stephen Album Rare Coins (www.stevealbum.com) Auction 31, Lot 1010, Item No:237255
Cookie Jar Collectibles, September 2019, Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII+, Lot # 974.

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View Coin   United States SILVER 20C 1912 S USA-PHIL NGC AU 55 Mint: San Francisco
Mint Mark: S
Mintage: 750,000
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.7500
Weight: 4.0000g
ASW: 0.0964oz
Melt Value: $2.61 (1/30/2021)
Diameter: 20mm
Edge: Reeded

NGC Population: 1/20 (1/30/2021)

Purchased on eBay 1/21/2021

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View Coin   United States COPPER-NICKEL 5C 1916 S USA-PHIL KM164 NGC MS 65 Mint: San Francisco
Mint Mark: S
Mintage: 300,000
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Copper-Nickel
Weight: 5.25g
Diameter: 20.5mm
Edge: Plain

With a mintage of only 300,000 the 1916-S 5 Centavos is the lowest mintage 5 Centavos business strike and is a key date in the 5 Centavos series. This attractive specimen features gentle surface tone and a crisp strike, with a full expression of cartwheel brilliance beneath. The 1916-S 5 Centavos is a conditional rarity in GEM condition with only nine specimens graded MS65 or higher by NGC and PCGS combined. This specimen is tied (with one other) for the finest yet recognized by NGC, while only 5 examples certify finer by PCGS.

NGC Population: 2/0 (12/12/2021)
PCGS Population: 2/5 (12/12/2021)
Combined NGC/PCGS Population: 4/5 (12/12/2021)

Purchased in Heritage Auctions 2021 December 11 - 13 HKINF World Coins Signature Auction - Hong Kong #3095, Session 2, Lot #35392.
View Coin   United States COPPER-NICKEL 5C 1916 S USA-PHIL KM-164 PCGS AU 50 Mintage: 300,000
Composition: Copper-Nickel
Weight: 5.2500g
Diameter: 21.3mm

With a mintage of only 300,000 the 1916-S Five Centavos is the lowest mintage coin in the entire Five Centavos series.

NGC Population: 2/10
PCGS Population: 5/22
View Coin   United States GOLD G$100 2019 W High Relief - .9999 Fine First Day - ANA NGC SP 70 ENHANCED FINISH 2019 AMERICAN LIBERTY HIGH RELIEF GOLD COIN

COIN SPECIFICATIONS
Denomination: $100.00
Finish: Enhanced Uncirculated
Composition: 99.99% Gold
Diameter: 1.205 inches (30.61 mm)
Weight: 1.0000 troy oz. (31.108 grams)
Edge: :Reeded
Mint: West Point
Mint Mark: W

COIN ARTISTS
Obverse Designer: Richard Masters
Obverse Sculptor-Engraver:Joseph Menna
Reverse Designer: Donna Weaver
Reverse Sculptor-Engraver: Michael Gaudioso

OBVERSE DESIGN: Features Liberty with 13 rays of light emanating along her headdress, symbolizing the free and creative spirit of America's people. Inscriptions are "LIBERTY", "2019"', and "IN GOD WE TRUST".

REVERSE DESIGN: Depicts a bald eagle as it prepares to land. Inscriptions are "$100", "E PLURIBUS UNUM", ".9999 FINE GOLD", and "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA".

PEDIGREE: First Day of Issue - Chicago ANA World's Fair of Money (This specimen was the first 2019 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin sold at the Chicago ANA release ceremony)
Certificate of Authenticity & Black lacquered Wood Display Case autographed by Director of the Mint David J. Ryder.

Issue Date: August 15, 2019
Issue Price: $1,940.00
Authorized Mintage: 50,000
Mintage: 10,421
NGC Pop In SP70 EH: 112 (8/19/2021)
View Coin   United States SILVER S$1 2021 Eagle Eagle Landing T-2 First Releases Emily S. Damstra Signed PCGS MS 70 2021 Silver American Type-2 (Eagle Landing)
First Strike
Emily S. Damstra Signed
PCGS Population: 2000/0
PCGS Standard Holder
Protected by NFC anti-counterfeiting technology
View Coin   United States SILVER S$1 2021 Eagle Eagle Landing T-2 First Day of Issue Michael Gaudioso Signed NGC MS 70 2021 Silver American Type-2 (Eagle Landing)
First Day of Issue
Michael Gaudioso Signed
View Coin   United States Silver S$1 2021 Eagle Eagle Landing T-2 First Day of Issue Michael Gaudioso Signed NGC MS 70 2021 Silver American Type-2 (Eagle Landing)
First Day of Issue
Michael Gaudioso Signed
View Coin   United States SILVER S$1 2021 Eagle Eagle Landing T-2 First Day of Issue Michael Gaudioso Signed NGC MS 70 2021 Silver American Type-2 (Eagle Landing)
First Day of Issue
Michael Gaudioso Signed
View Coin   United States SILVER S$1 2021 Eagle Eagle Landing T-2 First Day of Issue Michael Gaudioso Signed NGC MS 70 2021 Silver American Type-2 (Eagle Landing)
First Day of Issue
Michael Gaudioso Signed
View Coin   United States SILVER S$1 2021 Eagle Eagle Landing T-2 First Day of Issue Michael Gaudioso Signed NGC MS 70 2021 Silver American Type-2 (Eagle Landing)
First Day of Issue
Michael Gaudioso Signed
View Coin   United States SILVER Medal (2020)Silver End of WW2 75th Anniversary NGC PF 69 ULTRA CAMEO 'END OF WORLD WAR II 75th ANNIVERSARY SILVER MEDAL

SPECIFICATIONS
Finish: Proof
Composition: 99.9% Silver
Diameter: 1.598 inches (40.60 mm)
Weight: 1.000 troy oz. (31.103 grams)
Edge: Plain
Mint: Philadelphia
Mint Mark: None
Mintage: 20,000
First Day of Issue: November 9, 2020
Issue Price: $75.00

MEDAL OBVERSE
Designer: Ronald Sanders
Engraver: Phebe Hemphill
Description: The obverse design features an eagle in flight grasping an olive branch, symbolizing peace, in its right talon. The design is inspired by the 1945 version of the Great Seal of the United States, where the eagle faces right, toward the olive branch. Inscriptions are "LIBERTY", "1945" and "WORLD WAR II."

MEDAL REVERSE
Designer: Donna Weaver
Engraver: Renata Gordon
Description: The reverse design echoes the sun element on the obverse of the 1945 World War II Victory Medal. The sun from that medal has, 75 years later, risen to noon day brilliance. It shines on the olive branches. The inscription is "75th ANNIVERSARY."

Holder: NGC Scratch-Resistant
Label: V-Day Special Label
Pedigree: END OF WORLD WAR II 75th ANNIVERSARY




View Coin   United States SILVER Medal (2020)Silver End of WW2 75th Anniversary NGC PF 70 ULTRA CAMEO END OF WORLD WAR II 75th ANNIVERSARY SILVER MEDAL

SPECIFICATIONS
Finish: Proof
Composition: 99.9% Silver
Diameter: 1.598 inches (40.60 mm)
Weight: 1.000 troy oz. (31.103 grams)
Edge: Plain
Mint: Philadelphia
Mint Mark: None
Mintage: 20,000
First Day of Issue: November 9, 2020
Issue Price: $75.00

MEDAL OBVERSE
Designer: Ronald Sanders
Engraver: Phebe Hemphill
Description: The obverse design features an eagle in flight grasping an olive branch, symbolizing peace, in its right talon. The design is inspired by the 1945 version of the Great Seal of the United States, where the eagle faces right, toward the olive branch. Inscriptions are "LIBERTY", "1945" and "WORLD WAR II."

MEDAL REVERSE
Designer: Donna Weaver
Engraver: Renata Gordon
Description: The reverse design echoes the sun element on the obverse of the 1945 World War II Victory Medal. The sun from that medal has, 75 years later, risen to noon day brilliance. It shines on the olive branches. The inscription is "75th ANNIVERSARY."

Holder: NGC Scratch-Resistant
Label: V-Day Special Label
Pedigree: END OF WORLD WAR II 75th ANNIVERSARY





View Coin   United States SILVER S$1 2020 W Eagle 'V75' NGC PF 69 ULTRA CAMEO END OF WORLD WAR II 75th ANNIVERSARY AMERICAN EAGLE SILVER PROOF COIN -'V75' PRIVY MARK

SPECIFICATIONS
Denomination: $1
Finish: Proof
Composition: 99.9% Silver
Diameter: 1.598 inches (40.60 mm)
Weight: 1.000 troy oz (31.103 grams)
Edge: Reeded
Mint: West Point
Mint Mark: W
Privy Mark: 'V75'
Mintage: 75,000
First Day of Issue: November 5, 2020
Issue Price: $83.00

COIN DESIGNERS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman (1870-1952)
Reverse: United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver John M. Mercanti.

COIN DESIGNS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman's full-length figure of Liberty in full stride, enveloped in folds of the flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left. Inscriptions are "LIBERTY", "IN GOD WE TRUST", and "2020". In the field above the inscription "IN GOD WE TRUST" is a special 'V75' Privy Mark. The shape of the V75 privy mark mirrors the aerial view of the Rainbow Pool, which is part of the National World War II Memorial in Washington, DC.

Reverse: Heraldic eagle with shield, an olive branch in the right talon and arrows in the left. Inscriptions are "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA", and "1 OZ. FINE SILVER - ONE DOLLAR", The "W" Mint Mark is below the olive branch.

Holder: NGC Scratch-Resistant Holder
Label: NGC V-Day Special Label
Pedigree: WWII Privy Mark, 'V75', End of World War II 75th Anniversary

View Coin   United States SILVER S$1 2020 W Eagle 'V75' NGC PF 70 ULTRA CAMEO END OF WORLD WAR II 75th ANNIVERSARY AMERICAN EAGLE SILVER PROOF COIN -'V75' PRIVY MARK

SPECIFICATIONS
Denomination: $1
Finish: Proof
Composition: 99.9% Silver
Diameter: 1.598 inches (40.60 mm)
Weight: 1.000 troy oz (31.103 grams)
Edge: Reeded
Mint: West Point
Mint Mark: W
Privy Mark: 'V75'
Mintage: 75,000
First Day of Issue: November 5, 2020
Issue Price: $83.00

COIN DESIGNERS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman (1870-1952)
Reverse: United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver John M. Mercanti.

COIN DESIGNS
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman's full-length figure of Liberty in full stride, enveloped in folds of the flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left. Inscriptions are "LIBERTY", "IN GOD WE TRUST", and "2020". In the field above the inscription "IN GOD WE TRUST" is a special 'V75' Privy Mark. The shape of the V75 privy mark mirrors the aerial view of the Rainbow Pool, which is part of the National World War II Memorial in Washington, DC.

Reverse: Heraldic eagle with shield, an olive branch in the right talon and arrows in the left. Inscriptions are "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA", and "1 OZ. FINE SILVER - ONE DOLLAR", The "W" Mint Mark is below the olive branch.

Holder: NGC Scratch-Resistant Holder
Label: NGC V-Day Special Label
Pedigree: WWII Privy Mark, 'V75', End of World War II 75th Anniversary

View Coin   United States SILVER 50C 1944 S USA-PHIL OBVERSE OF 1907-1921 NGC MS 64 1944-S FIFTY CENTOVOS - OBVERSE OF 1907 - 1921

SPECIFICATIONS
Mint: San Francisco
Mint Mark: S
Mintage: 19,187,000 (All varities)
Obverse Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Reverse Designer: Ambrosio Morales
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.75
Weight: 10 grams
ASW: 0.2411oz
Melt Value: $5.64 (2/10/2022)
Diameter: 27mm
Edge: Reeded

Purchased from Panhandle Numismatics (Matthew Savanich) 4/20/2020

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Scratch Resistant Holder
View Coin   United States SILVER 50C 1936 M USA-PHIL MURPHY-QUEZON KM176 NGC MS 67 Mint: Manila
Mint Mark: M
Mintage: 20,000
Designer: Ambrosio Morales
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.7500
Weight: 10.0000 grams (154.32 grains)
ASW: 0.2411oz
Diameter: 27.5mm
Edge: Reeded

In 1936 the Manila Mint produced a set of three coins to commemorate the founding of the Commonwealth Of The Philippines on November 15,1935. The set consisted of a Fifty Centavos, and two One Peso Coins. The coins were designed by Ambrosio Morales, a Professor of Fine Arts at the University of the Philippines. The two commemorative Pesos were struck in .800 fineness silver. The Fifty Centavos was struck in .750 fineness silver. The three coin set had a face value of 2.5 Pesos, equal to $1.25 in U.S. Dollars, and sold for $3.13.

The obverse design of the Murphy-Quezon Fifty Centavos features portraits of the first Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon and U.S. Governor General Frank Murphy. The reverse design depicts the official seal of "The Commonwealth of the Philippines". The actual number of existing Murphy-Quezon Fifty Centavos is far less than the mintage figures would suggest as many of these coins were crated and thrown into Manila Bay, near Corregidor, in 1942 to avoid seizure by the invading forces of Japan.

This Superb Gem is boldly struck and lightly colored with an icy mint tone that evenly bathes the surfaces. It is the single-finest certified example of the Murphy-Quezon Fifty Centavos.

NGC PHOTO PROOF STATEMENT REGARDING THIS SPECIMEN
"Only 20,000 pieces were coined of this coin commemorating The Philippines' achievement of Commonwealth status within the United States, all struck at the Manila Mint. An unknown number were destroyed in 1942 to prevent capture by the advancing Japanese Army. The design features facung portraits of outgoing Governor-General Frank Murphy and incoming President manuel quezon. This astounding specimen is the single finest example certified by NGC (11-21). It displays bright, satiny fields gently covered in warm shades of blue-green and gold."

Purchased in Heritage 2020 January 21 NYINC World & Ancient Coins Signature Online Auction #3082, Lot #34638.

NGC Population: 1/0 (11/25/2020)
PCGS Population: 0/0 (11/25/2020)
Combined NGC/PCGS Population: 1/0 (11/25/2020)
View Coin   United States PHILIPPINES SILVER 10C 1944 D NGC MS 65 Mint: Denver
Mint Mark: "D"
Mintage: 31,592,000 (All Varieties)
Obverse Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Reverse Designer: Ambrosio Morales
Composition: Silver
Weight: 2.0000g
ASW: 0.0482oz
Melt Value: $0.83 (11/21/2019)
Diameter: 16.5mm
Edge: Reeded

NGC Population: 29/20 (11/21/2019)

Purchased Raw in Cookie Jar Collectibles Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII, Lot #641.
View Coin   United States SILVER 10C 1907 S USA-PHIL NGC AU 58 Mint: San Francisco
Mint Mark: "S"
Mintage: 4,930,000
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.7500
Weight: 2.0000g
ASW: 0.0482oz
Diameter: 16.5mm
Edge: Reeded

NGC Population: 5/37 (11/19/2019)

Mint Mark is fully doubled plus machine doubling of date and legend to the southwest, red toned.

Purchased Raw in Cookie Jar Collectibles Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII, Lot #562
View Coin   United States SILVER PESO 1909 S/S/S USA-PHIL ALLEN-17.04b PCGS Genuine 1909 S/S/S Peso, Allen-17.04b
PCGS Genuine (Cleaned)
View Coin   BRONZE 1907-DATED PHILIPPINE HONEYCUTT-79a 1ST LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY BASSO-743 NGC AU 58 BN 1907 BRONZE MEDAL
FIRST PHILIPPINE LEGISLATIVE ASSENBLY
VISIT OF SECRETARY OF WAR TAFT

SPECIFICATIONS
Struck by:Crispulo Zamora
Mint Mark: CZ
Diameter: 38 mm
Composition: Bronze
Weight: 24.8 grams

ENGRAVER
Crispulo de Mendoza Zamora (10 June 1871 - 11 October 1922)

OBVERSE
The obverse features the seal of the Government of the U.S. Territory of the Philippines. Inscriptions round the circumference of the obverse are: "Venida Del Secretario De La Guerra Mr. Taft / Para Inaugurar La Asamblea Filipina" / Islas Filipinas.. The inscriptions, which are in Spanish, translate as: "Coming of Secretary of War Mr. Taft / To Inaugurate The Philippine Assembly" / Philippine Islands".

REVERSE
inscribed in Spanish in the center of the reverse is the date "16 Octuber 1907" (October 16 1907). Below the date in very smal letters are the initials "CZ" (Crispula Zamora). Inscriptions round the circumference of the reverse are: "Inauguracion De La Asamblea Filipina / Gobierno Del General Smith / Festejos Populares" The inscriptions which are in Spanish translate as :"Inauguration Of The Philippine Assembly / Governor General Smith / Popular Celebrations"

CATALOG NUMBERS
BASSO-743
HONEYCUTT-79a

The inauguration of the first Philippine Legeslative Assembly was a major milestone in building democratic processes in the Philippine Islands. To celebrate this momentous occasion Secretary of War William Howard Taft traveled to the Philippines to join the celebration. Taft who was the first U.S. Governor General of the Philippines had been promoted to Secretary of War by President Theodore Roosevelt but still had responsibility for the Philippines as the Bureau of Insular Affairs in the U.S. War Department administered all of America's Island Territories.

As part of the celebration the Philippines premier engraver Crispula Zamora designed and engraved medals in two different designs. Both designs were struck in bronze and Silvered Bronze and all are very rare. Although both designs celebrate the 1st Philippine Legislative Assembly only this design commemorates the visit of Secretary of War Taft to this important event.

Purchased from Heritage Auctions in their 2019 September 5 - 9 Long Beach Expo World & Ancient Coins Signature Auction, Long Beach #3076, Session 5, Lot # 34506.

NGC AU58 BN
NGC Population: 1/0 (February 10 2022)
View Coin   United States ALUMINUM 5C 1913 USA-PHIL CULION LEPER COLONY KM-6 NGC AU 55 SPECIFICATIONS
Manufacturer: Frank and Company (Manila)
Mint Mark: None
Composition: Aluminum
Diameter: 26 mm
Mintage: 6,000
Catalog Number: KM-6, and McFadden-753

In 1906 the Bureau of Health for the U.S. Territory of the Philippines established a colony for leper patients on the small island of Culion in the China Sea. For health reasons, the decision was made that the leper colony should have a separate coinage of its own which would not circulate in the rest of the Philippines. One of the fascinating features of the monetary system in the leper colony was the strict regulations which separated the circulation of government coinage and the special "Leper Coins". In the colony proper "Leper Money" was the only legal medium of exchange. Government coinage was not allowed within the colony and non-lepers that did business in the colony had to exchange their "Government Money" for "Leper Money" before they entered the colony. When they exited the colony they exchanged their "Leper Money" for "Government Money". In this way "Leper Money" only circulated within the colony. The police strictly enforced these regulations and violators were subject to a fine of not more than Fifteen Pesos, imprisonment of up to one month or both. The first issue of "Leper Money" consisted of Half Centavo, One Centavo, Five Centavos, Ten Centavos, Twenty Centavos, and One Peso coins which were struck in aluminum by the firm of Frank and Company, Manila in 1913. The common obverse design was a "Caduceus" surrounded by the inscription "Bureau Of Health" at the top and the date below. The reverse used a simple inscription of value as its central design. "Culion Leper Colony" was inscribed at the top, and "Philippine Islands" below. The 1913 issue carried no mint marks.

The 1913 Five Centavos is the Key Coin in the Culion Leper Colony series. The few surviving specimens are typically well worn and show signs of heavy wear and environmental damage. It is quite difficult to find in any condition and problem free certifiable examples are extremely rare. This choice AU specimen offers problem free surfaces and a hint of remaining luster. It is the single finest certified example of this key date.

NGC PHOTO PROOF STATEMENT REGARDING THIS SPECIMEN
"The fear that attended the treatment of leprosy victims was such a century ago that Filipino and American patients were isolated on the small island of Culion. They utilized a unique coinage that was not to leave the colony. The five-centavos piece presented here is one of the rarest entries in the series, with a mintage of just 6,600 pieces. The Philippine climate was highly damaging to aluminum coins, and this AU 55 specimen is the finest by far of just three examples certified by NGC (11-21). It is fully struck, with residual mint luster and only the tiniest of marks."

Purchased in Stack's Bowers October 2019 Collectors Choice Online Auction, Lot #72698.

NGC Population: 1/0 (A NGC Top Pop Coin)
View Coin   United States SILVER 10C 1912 S USA-PHIL KM-169 NGC MS 62 'Mint: San Francisco
Mintage: 1,010,000
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.7500
Weight: 2.0000g
ASW: 0.0482oz
Melt Value: $0.86 (10/29/2019)
Diameter: 16.5mm
Edge: Reeded

This specimen is fully brilliant with radiating eye appeal.

NGC Population: 6/16 (10/29/2019
View Coin   United States SILVER 50C 1944 S USA-PHIL S/S Allen-15.01a NGC XF 40 Scarce Fifty Centavos, 1944 S/S North, Allen 15.01a

Mint: San Francisco
Mint Mark: "S"
Mintage: 19,187,000 (All Varieties)
Obverse Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Reverse Designer: Ambrosio Morales
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.7500
Weight: 10.0000g
ASW: 0.2411oz
Diameter: 27mm
Edge: Reeded

Purchased RAW from Cookie Jar Collectibles Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII Lot #842.

View Coin   United States SILVER 20C 1913 S/S USA-PHIL ALLEN-11.09a NGC VF Details Mint: San Francisco
Mint Mark: "S"
Variety: S/S ALLEN-11.09a
Mintage: 949,000 (All Varieties)
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.7500
Weight: 4.0000g
ASW: 0.0964oz
Diameter: 20mm
Edge: Reeded

Purchased RAW from Cookie Jar Collectibles in Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII, Lot #698
View Coin   United States BRONZE 1C 1908 S/S USA-PHIL ALLEN-2.06a NGC MS 63 BN 1908 S/S ONE CENTAVO - ALLEN-2.06a

Mint: San Francisco
Mint Mark: "S"
Variety: S/S ALLEN-2.06a
Mintage: 2,187,000 (All Varieties)
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Bronze
Weight: 4.7000g
Diameter: 24mm
Edge: Plain

NGC Population (Allen-2.06a): 4/8 (11/19/2019)

Purchased Raw in Cookie Jar Collectibles Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII, Lot #279.
View Coin   United States SILVER 20C 1929 2/2/2 M USA-PHIL ALLEN-11.19b NGC AU 58 1929 2/2/2 M Twenty Centavos ALLEN-11.19b

SPECIFICATIONS
Mint: Manila
Mint Mark: "M"
Variety: 1929 2/2/2 M ALLEN-11.19b
Mintage: 1,970,000 (All Varieties)
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.7500
Weight: 4.0000g
ASW: 0.0964oz
Diameter: 20mm
Edge: Reeded

NGC Population: 1929 2/2/2 M ALLEN-11.19b: 2/3 (11/19/2019)

Nice eye appeal on this CHCAU example of a very rare variety.

Purchased RAW from Cookie Jar Collectibles in Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII, Lot #751
View Coin   United States SILVER 20C 1929/9 M USA-PHIL ALLEN-11.19c NGC MS 64 1929/9 M Twenty Centavos ALLEN-11.19c

SPECIFICATIONS
Mint: Manila
Mint Mark: "M"
Variety: 1929/9 M (ALLEN-11.19c)
Mintage: 1,970,000 (All Varieties)
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.7500
Weight: 4.0000g
ASW: 0.0964oz
Diameter: 20mm
Edge: Reeded

NGC Population (1929/9 M, Allen-11.19c):1/0 (11/19/2019)
SINGLE FINEST EXAMPLE OF THIS VARIETY CERTIFIED BY NGC

Purchased Raw in Cookie Jar Collectibles Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII, Lot #748.
View Coin   PHILIPPINES SILVER PESO 1897 Philippine NGC AU Details SPECIFICATIONS
Composition: .900 Fine Silver
Weight: 25 grams

AUCTION HISTORY
Purchased Raw in Cookie Jar Collectibles Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII, Lot #144.
View Coin   United States SILVER PESO 1905 S USA-PHIL CURVED SERIF ALLEN-16.06 NGC AU 55 1905 S PESO CURVED SERF ALLEN-16.06

Mint: San Francisco
Mint Mark: "S"
Mintage: 6,056,000 (All Varieties)
Designer: Melicio Figueroa
Engraver: Charles Barber
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.9000
Weight: 26.9500g
ASW: 0.7800oz
Diameter: 38mm
Edge: Reeded
NGC Population (All Varieties): 25/48 (11/21/2019)

Purchased Raw in Cookie Jar Collectibles Philippine Mail Bid Sale XXII, Lot #866 (March 31, 2019)
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