AN IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF COLONIAL AND CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, BEING THE COLLECTION FORMED BY WILLIAM P. BEMENT OF PHILADELPHIA AND A SMALL LOT FROM ANOTHER SOURCE. Stan V. Henkels.

AN IMPORTANT COLLECTION OF COLONIAL AND CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, BEING THE COLLECTION FORMED BY WILLIAM P. BEMENT OF PHILADELPHIA AND A SMALL LOT FROM ANOTHER SOURCE.

Philadelphia: June 4, 1925. Tall 8vo, original printed card covers. 34 pages; 399 lots. Partly priced, with some annotations. Covers discolored; text block detached from spine. Very good or so. Item #6191

Adams 15 in the “Miscellaneous” chapter of United States Numismatic Literature, Volume II, rating the sale B+ overall and A in the area of colonial paper money. Henry Chapman’s copy, with his signature and address on the front cover. Chapman’s annotations are not extensive, but in certain places are quite detailed. An interesting copy of a very scarce catalogue.

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