2 edition of coinage of the first mint of the Americas at Mexico City, 1536-1572. found in the catalog.
coinage of the first mint of the Americas at Mexico City, 1536-1572.
Robert I. Nesmith
|Series||Numismatic notes & monographs -- no. 131.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||139|
A guide book of, T. His mother, Johanna, lived until April In my last article, Two Bits During this era the English colonists called all cob coinage "Peruvians" and treated them as inferior products. Osuna, There are no Colombian coins, but catalog is a great reference for cobs.
Windau, Victor Lanz, and Clyde Hubbardover a thousand pieces of this hoard were examined and included in the study. The pillar type utilized hammered sheets of silver from which the coin blanks were cut, and the pillar with waves type used rolled sheets of silver from which the coin blanks were cut. Colection H. Esteban Franco, third assayer.
Includes images of 4 eight reales from Nuevo Reino. His mother, Johanna, lived until April Pradeau says that the viceroy decided on a portion of the house of Corts, Marqus del Valle, Coin grading services and their slabs are a fixture in contemporary US numismatics, and they are expanding into world coins. In October of that year Charles resigned the sovereignty of the Netherlands to his son, Philip. Londres, ?.
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By the time del Rincn had completed his first two year period as assayer, the ownership of the office of assayer and foundryman be- longed to Pedro de la Membrilla of Medina del Campo in Spain, who by reason of being either a minor or an incompetent was represented by his father, lic.
The Cob Coinage of Colombia. He found little satisfaction at court but with the framing of the New Laws in — under Las Casas he presented his charges and complained of unfair treatment at Mendoza's hands and charged his administration with graft, inefficiency and favoritism.
If he were credited throughout the text, his name would appear on every page. This is one of the harder to find catalogs, as far as shipwreck sales go. Does not cover Colombia. An 1 mil Pattern small ; the denomination of one-thousandth of a dollar was known as one cash or wen.
Mateu y Llopis y J. Historia y cataloga la moneda japonesa desde el siglo XVI. Buyers who do not receive notification for whatever reason are NOT released from their obligation to pay on time.
Thus G signed coins may be as early asthey were certainly producedand may also have been produced at any point up to the end of the series in Shipping and handling This item will ship to Germany, but the seller has not specified shipping options.
A number of skills were discussed from how to look at a coin, when to use magnification, and what magnification to use. Philadephia: J. This is the most valuable record of mint affairs and procedures during this period which has yet come to light.
Photos of five Colombian cobs, all Aiton, Antonio de Mendoza, Durham, N. There are no Colombian coins, but catalog is a great reference for cobs. It is strange that having mentioned Francisco del Rincn so highly to the king that the viceroy refused a short time later to accept him for an- other term.
Osuna, As the investigation progressed and the departments of smelting, coining, weighing and bookkeeping were visited, the officials and workers were thoroughly questioned as to their appointments, their duties, their predecessors and fellow workers.
Fareso S. Pamplona, Prann, T. Lasser, Joseph R. XIII, p. Numismatics International 12 number Testaments to the importance of these coins continue in that "two bits," "pieces of eight" and "picayune" have become part of the American vocabulary.
Todas las piezas reproducidas a color. The owners pleaded that del Rincn be forced to accept the return of his deposit, that the sale be declared void, and that the appointment be returned to the owners, in order that the position could be sold to another at its real worth. Our general inventory is a good mix of auction catalogs, books, and magazines, with an emphasis on hard-to-find vintage auction catalogs of rare coins and fine militaria.
A Comprensive Text. On December 16 lic. The die-sinker, Francisco del Rincn, also stated that it would be appropri- ate that his Majesty order a good mint constructed in this city, for at present it is very much in ruins and is used in this ruinous state, for which reason the merchants are distrustful and run a risk in leaving silver at the mint over night for in places its walls are of adobe.The coinage of the first mint of the Americas at Mexico City, / by Robert I.
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save Save The coinage of the first mint of the Americas at M For Later. 69 views. 1 Up votes, Mexico City where the first mint of the New World was 5/5(1). The coins of Carlos and Johanna are the first coins of the Americas.
One would think that such historic coins would only be found in museums, but they can be found for your private collection. - The First Coins of the Americas - Coin Collecting at BellaOnline. Coins of Charles & Johanna Struck in the First Mint of the Americas in Mexico City by Clyde Hubbard Presentation to the Chicago Coin Club Meeting, April 23, In USMexNA journal, Vol.
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Author Miles, George Carpenter, coinage of the first mint of the Americas at Mexico City, Author Nesmith, Robert I., Date Frank W. Grove: Medals of Mexico, Vol. II., pages, quarto, illustrated throughout, white leatherette a bit soiled (as usual) due to the lack of foresight on the part of the publisher who produced a book in white leatherette to be placed between one in dark red and another in dark green, previous owner's signature on the freefly.