Volume 58, No. 9/10
September-October 2023 Articles include:
- “Notgeld” — A Post-World War I Emergency Issue of Koblenz: by Ross Irvin, NI #2843. After World War I, among the widespread scarcity of goods, there was also a scarcity of coinage metals in Germany. The New Weimar Republic allowed local administrators to mint their own coinage or issue paper money for commercial use. The local currency was……..
- Cromford Derbyshire Countermarks — The Order and Method of Over-Punching, by Eric Hodge, NI #2784. Richard Arkwright’s cotton-spinning mill in Derbyshire England issued countermarked dollars to the value of 5 shillings (5s) and 4 shillings and 9 pence (4/9) as detailed in Manville. Some of the 5s marks are certainly over the………..
- WWI Emergency Money of Ghent, Belgium 1915 – 1918, by James T. Martin, NI #2657. My interest in these coins began when I was offered a 2 Franc piece at a local pawn shop a few years ago. The elaborate design and the fact that one side was plated in brass, and the other in copper, was an immediate eye-catcher. The obverse of this square coins………..
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