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Auctioneer Middendorf Bros. Auctioneers and Real Estate 217-243-5486
Auction Date Aug 20 Auction
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American Legion
903 W. Superior
Jacksonville, IL
Time 04:00PM
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ESTATE AUCTION

TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2019 • 4 P.M.

RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE (to sell 6 p.m.)

LARGE AMOUNT OF MEDICAL AND OTHER COLLECTIBLES - COINS

TO SELL AT AMERICAN LEGION, 903 W. SUPERIOR, JACKSONVILLE, IL

 COLLECTIBLES: large medical collections of 150+ mortar and pestle (cast-iron, wood, pottery, brass, glass) - antique & vintage baby bottleseyewash cups - invalid feedersantique & vintage medical equipment and literature (Parke, Davis & Co., Dr. M.E. Renney, saddleback, chest, satchel -style ampoule bags & cases, A. A. Mellier, St. Louis MO, H.K. Millford Co. - microscope (Made in Japan) – wooden medical box for electropatic treatment – Many violet ray machines; hi-frequency violet ray for beauty & better health by Master Electric Co. Chicago – Halliwell Shelton High Frequency Violet Ray – Renulite violet ray generator Model H – E-lec-treat Electreat Manufacturing Co Peoria IL – hot water bottles (Boston Medical Goods, Portland, Geyser, Matchless Worcester Pressed Aluminum Co., Star, Cello – opthalmoscope (Cameron Surgical Speciality Co., Loring) – surgical kits (G. Tiemann & Co., sterling, Goodyear Original Syringe – scalpel kit (Leslie & Co) – Rademacher & Sheek Medicine Chest - physician bags – books and literature: Gunn's New Domestic Physician or Home Book of Health - 1890 literature?? - 1894 The International Medical Annual - 1920's and 1930's Dr. D. Jayne & Son Medical Almanac and Guide to Health 1940's and 1950's Illinois Herb Company Healthway products Almanac - bound Cinical Review Vol 4, 5, 7&8, Osler's Principles and Practice of Medicine, Chritian, Appleton Century, Gray's anatomy Descriptive and Surgical colored plates,   -  hundreds of thimbles (Gish, several countries, England, France, Germany, West Germany, Austria, Ecuador, Mexico, Spain, Korea, Thailand, USA, others, Coca Cola, Budweiser, advertising, many sterling, porcelain, cloth, unique and large collection and figurines (40+ Lefton medical profession figurines, many porcelain and other – many medical items not listed or pictured, please come look at this auction.

DR. JOSEPH J. KOZMA ESTATE

THE FARMERS STATE BANK AND TRUST CO.  ADMINISTRATOR

ATTORNEY: CHARLES E. McNEELY, THOMSON, McNEELY & CREWS P.C.

226 W. STATE ST., JACKSONVILLE, IL

BOB LINDE TO SELL: commemorative and other coins and medals, some silver

NOTE: PLEASE PLAN AHEAD FOR THE POSSIBILITY OF 2 AUCTION RINGS!

For photos and additional information, view at middendorfs.com, auctionzip.com #3493, or contact auctioneers.

TERMS – CASH.  Buyer number issued and check accepted upon presentation of photo identification.  Please make arrangements and be prepared by bringing packing material and containers as all purchases must be removed upon conclusion of each auction. Food available.

MIDDENDORF BROS. AUCTIONEERS AND REAL ESTATE

217/243-5486

Invalid feeders, most china/porcelain – old baby bottles (Stork, Wehr Dairy Hamilton Ohio, Biltmore Pharmacy NY, many other bottles) – eye wash cups – old breast pumps – baby bottle steamer – medical figurines (Lefton) – old bedpans (china, porcelain, graniteware) and urinals (china, glass) – medical bottles, equipment, medical books and literature – microscopes some w/case (AS Aloe & Co. Diagnostician St. Louis, Ernst Leitz Wetziar No. 221632, E. Seitr Wexrlar, Bausch & Lomb Optical Co.,

1)           Medical box w/medicine ampoules, cork stoppers, B10 on back

2)           Parke, Davis & Co. glaseptic ampoules, leather case w/snap closure holds 14 ampoules

3)           Medical saddleback style medical bag w/vintage medical tools

4)           Dr. M.E. Renney 17 ampoules, cork and thread closures, case w/snap closure

5)           Ampoule case w/ampoules, snap closure 17 new ampoules w/thread lids, labels by The Upjohn Co. Kalamazoo MI

6)           Leather ampoule case, 2-tiered case that holds 24 ampoules, 22 in case w/cork stoppers

7)           Divided medical bag 2 clasp, attaches to saddle

8)           A.A. Mellier, St. Louis, MO Sole Proprietor, saddle medical bag

9)           O.P. Brittin, M.D. Awarded Grand Prize St. Louis Exposition for Antitoxins, ampoule case w/ some ampoules, cork and thread tops Curative Sera Vaccines & Pharmaceuticals, H.K. Millford company, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago

10)      Saddlebag style ampoule case, 36 assorted size ampoules, buckle clasp

11)      Microscope, made in Japan, 5 slides

12)      Wooden medical box containing dry cell battery for electropatic treatment

13)      Medical device, high-frequency violet ray for beauty & better health Master electric Co., Chicago, carrying case w/handle, 1 light treatment bulb

14)      Halliwell Shelton High-Frequency violet ray for beauty & better health, manual included, 4 assorted style light treatment bulbs

15)      High-Frequency violet ray w/2 bulbs BD10

16)      RenuLite violet ray generator, Model H, patented 9/30/1919, 1 bulb

17)      Violet Rays kit guide published by The Bleadon-Dun Company, Chicago, assorted attachments

18)      Violet Ray 20w115v No. M66, the Master electric Co., Chicago, 3 bulbs and instructions

19)      Violetta The Bleadon and Dun Co. Chicago, 3 bulbs

20)      E-lec-treat copyright 1928, electrical treatment for pain Electreat Manufacturing Co. Peoria, IL

21)      Electreat

22)      The Master High-Frequency (Violet Ray) ordered 7/18/42, received 7/28/45, 3 bulbs

23)      54 assorted size ampoules w/case

24)      Satchel style ampoule case w/3 compartments, contains various size ampoules w/threaded tops

25)      Ampoule case w/handle holds 6, contains 4 used w/threaded caps

26)      Chest style ampoule case castor oil, essence of ginger, bottle from Franks S. MacPherson pharmacist

27)      Renulife Model R manual included, letter postmarked 9/1925

28)      Renulife Model K w/2 bulbs

29)      Dr. Scholl’s Pedo-graph The silent foot analyst patent May 9, 1912

30)      Hot water bottle, Worcester Pressed Aluminum Co.

31)      Water bottle/bed warmer Alum. Boston Metal Goods, Mfg. Co., w/stand topper

32)      Portland hot water bottle

33)      Geyser hot water bottle

34)      Matchless pure aluminum

35)      Hot water bottle, Worcester Pressed Aluminum Co.

36)      Star quality hot water bottle

37)      Cello sanitary hot water bottle, A.S. Campbell Co.

38)      Water bottle/bed warmer Alum. Boston Metal Goods, Mfg. Co., w/stand topper

39)      Cameron Opthalmoscope Surgical Specialty Co.

40)      Loring Opthalmoscope

41)      G. Tiemann & Co. surgical kit, sterling

42)      The Goodyear Original syringe

43)      Medicine Chest Rademaeher & Sheek, Philadelphia

44)      Scalpel kit, Leslie & Co.

45)      Syringe set

46)      Dezeng Opthalmoscope

47)      W. Leedmore syringe set??

48)      Medical kit

49)      Vial case

50)      Chest w/conents

51)      Fischer portable Diathermy and Electrocoagulation apparatus

52)      Relaxacizor, Hollywood California

53)      Cambridge Simpli-scribe model electrocardiograph, Made for Morgan County Tuberculosis Sanatorium

54)      Wood leg splint

55)      Exam table

56)      Doctor’s chair

57)      Bag w/contents

58)      Bag w/contents

59)      Bag w/contents

60)      Bag, empty

61)      Human anatomy display


Mortar and Pestle listing mortar diameter, mortar height, pestle length

Mortar and Pestle listing mortar diameter, mortar height, pestle length

1.      Cast iron mortar 7”, 6 1/8”, drapes on sides, 10”

2.      Cast iron mortar 7”, 7”, 10”

3.      Cast iron 5 ¾ ”, 5”, 8”

4.      Cast iron 5 ¼”, 4 ¾”, handles on both sides, OECHIVLAST MA on front, 9 ½ ”

5.      Cast iron 4”, 3 ¼”, on bottom CS & T 1, 7”

6.      Cast iron 3 5/8”, 5 ¾”, rough condition, 7”

7.      Cast iron 5”, 5”, 7 ¾”

8.      Cast iron 5 5/8”, 5 ¼”, damaged on lip, 7 ¾”

9.      Cast iron 6”, 6”, has lid, 11”

10.  Cast iron 5 5/8”, 5 7/8”, 8 ¼”

11.  Cast iron 6”, 5 ½”, 8”

12.  Cast iron 4 ¾”, 4 ¼”, 7”

13.  Cast iron 5 ½”, 5 1/4 ”, 7 7/8”

14.  Cast iron 6 ½”, 6”, handle on both sides, 9 ¼”

15.  Cast iron 7 ¾”, 7 ¼”, large crack on side, 9 ¾”

16.  Cast iron 5 3/8”, 5 ¼”, chip on rim, ball handle on each side, 11 ¾”

17.  Cast iron 6 ¾”, 6”, drapes all around sides, 11 7/8”

18.  Cast iron 4 3/8”, 4 ¼”, 7 ¼”

19.  Cast iron 8 3/8”, 10”, small chip on bottom, pestle 13 5/8”

20.  Cast iron 5 7/8”, 5 7/8”, 9 7/8”

21.  Cast iron 6 ¾”, 8 ¾”, 10”

22.  Cast iron 7 ¾”, 6” tall, some chips on rim, 10 5/8”

23.  Cast iron 13 ½”, 17 1,4” two handles, one broken off, 48”

24.  Pottery 7 7/8”, 4 ¾”, 10 ¼”, Dale Hall Pottery Co. on bottom of mortar

25.  Pottery 9 7/8”, 5 3/8”, 11 7/8”, pestle #10

26.  Pottery 9”, 4 7/8”, 10”, Warranted acid proof on bottom of mortar, pestle #8

27.  Pottery 9 ¼”, 5 1/8”, 9 ½”, several cracks, Bellmark Pottery

28.  Pottery 8 ¼”, 4 ¼”, 9 7/8”, 6 & 24 on bottom, No. 7 on pestle

29.  Pottery 5 ½”, 3 ¼”, 7 1/8” Coors USA on both

30.  Pottery 5 ½”, 3 1’8”, 7 3/8” #2 on mortar acid proof on bottom T.P. Co., #3 on pestle

31.  Pottery 5 ¾”, 3 1/8”, 9 1/8”, warranted acid proof on mortar

32.  Pottery 5”, 3”, 7”, Ducks & Sons Co., Warranted acid proof, #1 on pestle

33.  Pottery 11 ¾”, 6 3/8”, 14 ½”, warranted acid proof, #12 on pestle

34.  Pottery 3 7/8”, 2 ¼”, 5”, writing on bottom illegible, 000 on pestle

35.  Clear glass 6 5/8”, 5”, 8 ¾”

36.  Clear glass 5 ¼” 4 1/8”, 7”, mortar 16 oz on bottom

37.  Clear glass 4”, 2 7/8”, 5 ¼”, 4% on bottom of mortar

38.  Clear glass 2 ½”, 2 3/8”, 4 ½”, DC on bottom

39.  Clear glass 5”, 4 1/8”, 7 ¼”, 16 oz on bottom

40.  Clear glass 3 ¼”, 2 ½”, 4”, Osco Drug Chicagoland Pharmacy Dinner 1979

41.  Wood 3 ¼”, 5 5/8”, 6 5/8”, chip on bottom

42.  Wood 1 ¾” 4 5/8”, 7 3/8”, grinding corn on front

43.  Wood 3 ¾”, 5 ½”, 7 ½”, chip on top

44.  Wood 4 5/8”, 5 ½”, 5 ¾”

45.  Wood 5 ¼”, 6 ¼”, 10 ¼”, cracks on bottom

46.  Wood 3 ¼”, 3 ¾”, 5 ¾”, Made in Pakistan

47.  Wood 4 ¼”, 3 ¼”, 7”, rope handle on one side

48.  Wood 4 3/8”, 7 ½”, 9 ¾”

49.  Wood 5”, 5”, 6 ¾”, Ben Whalen 1990 mortar, pestle spalted ash, F&G Wood on bottom

50.  Wood 5 ½”, 7 ½”, 10 ¾”

51.  Wood 5 ½”, 7”, 8 ¼”

52.  Wood 5 ½”, 8”, 11”

53.  Wood 5 ¼”, 6 ½”, 9 ¾”, large crack on side

54.  Wood 5 ½”, 6 5/8”, 9”, chips on rim

55.  Wood 5 ¼”, 7 ¼”, 10 ¾”, 2 large cracks

56.  Wood 5 1/8”, 8 ¼”, 9 3/8”, dimple on bottom

57.  Wood 5 3/8”, 5”, 8 ½”, Made in Spain on bottom, hand carved

58.  Wood 5”, 3 7/8”, 7 ¾”, Made in Spain on bottom, hand carved, leather around mortar & pestle

59.  Wood 4 ¾”, 4 ¼”, 6”, appears very old

60.  Wood 4 1/8”, 3 ½”, 6 ¼”, hand carved

61.  Wood 4 1/8”, 3 ¼”, 6 ½”, Made in Spain, hand carved

62.  Wood 3 1/8”, 5”, 6 ¾”, Made in Taiwan, hand carved

63.  Wood 3 3/8”, 4 ¾”, 5 ½”, Made in Portugal

64.  Wood 2 ¾”, 4 ½”, 5 ¾”, Made in Portugal

65.  Wood 1 7/8”, 3”, 3 ¾”, Made in Haiti

66.  Wood 1 ¾”, 3”, 3 ¾”,

67.  Wood 1 ½”, 3 1/8”, 4”, Meyer Bros. St. Louis, MO, coffee & spice

68.  Wood 1 5/8”, 1 5/8”, 1 ¾”

69.  Wood 1”, 1 ¼”, 1 ¼”

70.  Wood 5 ½”, 10 3/8”, 9 ¼”, pestle is made of stone, some cracks, old

71.  Wood 5 ¼”, 7 ¾”, 8 ¾”

72.  Wood 4 7/8”, 8”, 8 ½”, cracked

73.  Wood 5 3/8”, 5 1/8”, 9”, Made in Italy F.O. Merz & Co.

74.  Wood 6”, 7 ¼”, 10 1/8”

75.  Wood 5 ½”, 6”, 9”

76.  Wood 3 ¼”, 6”, 5 ¼”, large crack

77.  Wood 3 ¼”, 6 7/8”, 6 3/8”

78.  Wood 3 1/8”, 5 7/8”, 8 3/8”

79.  Wood 3 1/8”, 4 ¾”, 4 5/8”

80.  Wood 2 ½”, 4 5/8”, 4 5/8”, metal bands around mortar

81.  Wood 2 ¾”, 3 ¼”, 5”

82.  Wood 10 5/8”, 9 ¾”, 13 ¼”, crack in bottom, pestle has damage

83.  Wood 6 ¾”, 11 1/8”, 19 ¾”, pestle has crack

84.  Cast-iron 5”, 4 5/8”, 8 ½”, 1914-1916 DURCHKRIEG-ZUMSIEIG , 2 handles, pestle is brass

85.  Brass 4 7/8”, 3 ½”, 8 ¼”, 4 handles

86.  Brass 5 1/8”, 4 ½”, 8 ½”, 2 handles, #9 on bottom

87.  Brass 4 ¾”, 3 3/8”, 7 3/8”

88.  Brass 4 ¾”, 4 1/8”, 8 ½”, 2 handles, etched around mortar

89.  Brass 4 ¾”, 4 ¼”, 8 1/8”, 2 handles

90.  Brass 5 3/8”, 5 1/8”, 9”, 2 handles

91.  Brass 4 1/8”, 2 ¾”, 5 5/8”

92.  Brass 4 5/8”, 2 7/8”, 8 7/8”

93.  Brass 3 ¾”, 3 ¼”, 7 ½”, 2 handles

94.  Brass mortar only 4”, 2 5/8”, crests on sides

95.  Brass 4”, 2 ¾”, 6 1/8”

96.  Brass 3 ½”, 3 5/8”, 6 1/8”, 2 handles

97.  Brass 3 ¼”, 3 1/8”, 4 ½”, 2 handles Korea, VERWIUIT A LINCK A.N.N.O. 1590 MIETTE

98.  Brass 3 ½”, 3 1/8”, 4 ¾”, 2 handles, etched on sides

99.  Brass 5 3/8”, 4 5/8”, 7 ¼”, 2 handles 1677 LOF 500 VAN AL

100.         Brass 3 ¼”, 3 1/8”, 5 ½”, 2 handles, chip on rim

101.         Brass 5”, 4”, 5 ¾”, 1580-1627 RX Louis Hebert, SECUNDUM ARTEM, pestle 1949 CORCIDIN 1969

102.         Brass 4 ½”, 4 5/8”, 9 3/8”, 2 handles

103.         Brass 4 ¼”, 2 ½”, 7 ¾”

104.         Brass mortar only 2 ½”, 2 1/8”, design on side

105.         Brass mortar only 2 1/8”, 2”, 2 handles, China

106.         Brass 2 3/8”, 2 ¼”, 3 ¼”, 2 handles

107.         Brass 2 1/8”, 2 ¾”, 3 ¾”

108.         Brass 2 ¼”, 2 5/8”, 3 ¼”, etched on sides

109.         Brass-like 2 ¼”, 1 ¾”, 4 ¾”, 5 handles on sides

110.         Brass 2”, 2 1/8”, 2 ½”

111.         Brass 1 7/8”, 1 ¾”, 3”, etched on sides

112.         Brass 2”, 1 ¼”, 3”, marking on sides

113.         Brass 1 ½”, 7/8”, 2 3/8”, chip on rim

114.         Brass 5”, 4 ½”, 8 7/8”, 2 handles, #9 on bottom

115.         Brass 4 ¼”, 4 ½”, 7 ¾”, lines around sides

116.         Brass 3 ¾”, 3 ¼”, 4 ½”, hole on side, chip on rim

117.         Brass 5 3/8”, 5 ¼”, 9 5/8”, 2 handles

118.         Brass 4 7/8”, 4 5/8”, 8”, 2 handles, #10 on bottom

119.         Brass 3 ¾”, 3 3/8”, 6 ¾”, 2 handles

120.         Brass 4 ¾”, 3 1/8”, 8 3/8”

121.         Brass 4 7/8”, 3 7/8”, 8 ½”,  lines around sides

122.         Brass 5 ¾”, 3 3/8”, 6 ¾”

123.         Brass 5 ¾”, 5 ¼”, 9 ¾”, 2 handles, #8 on bottom

124.         Brass 5 ¼”, 3 ½”, 9 5/8”

125.         Brass 5 3/8”, 4 1/8”, 7 ¾”

126.         Brass 3 ½”, 3 ¾”, 6 5/8”, 2 handles, markings on sides

127.         Brass 5”, 4 ½”, 7 ½”, 2 handles

128.         Brass 4 ½”, 3 ¾”, 7”

129.         Brass 5”, 4 ½”, 6 7/8”, 2 handles, writing on side

130.         Brass 3 ¼”, 3 ¼”, 6”, 2 handles

131.         Brass 3 1/8”, 2 7/8”, 5”, 2 handles, chips on rim

132.         Pitcher & pestle 2 7/8”, 5 ½”, 9”

133.         Pottery mortar w/wooden pestle 6 ½”, 5 ¾”, 8 ½”, 2 handles

134.         Pottery 6 1/8”, 2 ¾”, 5 ¾”, Royal ironstone china Alfred Meakin England on bottom

135.         Marble 4 ¾”, 2 ¾”, 4 ½”, Japan

136.         Marble 5 ¼”, 2 ¾”, 6”, Germany

137.         Marble 4 ½”, 2 ½”, 5 5/8”, pestle is wood, F&G Meakin warranted best compositions on bottom

138.         Marble 3 5/8”, 2 3/8”, 4”

139.         Marble 3 ½”, 1 ¾”, 3 5/8”, Illinois State Fair on side

140.         Marble 1 3/8”, 1 ¼”, 2 3/8”

141.         Marble 2 3/8”, 1 ¼”, 2 5/8”

142.         Pottery 5 3/5”, 5 1/8”, 8”

143.         Pottery 3 5/8”, 3 ½”, 6 ½”

144.         Brass 5 1/8”, 5 ½”, 9 ¾”

145.         Metal 5 ½”, 5”, 8 7/8”, handles

146.         Pottery 5 5/8”, 5 ½”, 8”

147.         Metal 2 ¾”, 3 3/8”, 4”, M on front

148.         Pottery 3”, 2 7/8”, 4 1/8”, RX on front, handles

149.         Metal 2 ¾”, 3 3/8”, 4”

150.         Pottery 3 1/8”, 4 1/8”, 5 1/8”, RX on side, ATH on bottom

151.         Metal 4 ½”, 4”, 7 ¾”, handles

152.         Marble 3”, 1 7/8”, 3 1/8”

153.         Pottery 3 ½”, 3”, 5”, handles

154.         China 1 ½”, 1 ¼”, 2”, Limoges France on bottom

155.         China 1 ½”, 1 ¼”, 2”

156.         Wood mortar only 3 ½”, 4 7/8”, Portugal

157.         Wood mortar only 1 ¼”, 1 5/8”

158.         Pestle only 12”, No. 9

159.         Pestle only stone & wood 10”, No. 5

160.         Pestle only wood 6 ¼”

161.         Pestle only red glass 4 7/8”

162.         Pestle only, glass 4 ¾”

163.         Pestle only, glass 7 ¾”

164.         Ceramic measuring pitcher 4 ½”, 5 ½”, NAGOYA on side

Bob Linde to sell (other coins and medals to sell not listed!):

Lot #

OTHER COINS AND MEDALS TO SELL NOT LISTED!

1

9 Sacagawea coins 2001D

2

Sacagawea 2000P

3

(2) Sacagawea 2000P

4

2004 American Eagle silver dollar 1 oz fine silver

5

2005 American Eagle silver dollar 1 oz fine silver

6

2006 American Eagle silver dollar 1 oz fine silver

7

Peace dollar, worn

8

(2) 1974 Eads Bridge Centennial medals, St. Louis, MO (1) 1976 Official Saint Louis Bicentennial Medal, antique bronze

9

1975 USSR CCCP 1 Ruble

10

1974 Bicentennial medal Commemorating The First Continental Congress

11

1974 and 1975 Bicentennial First Day Cover

12

1974 and 1975 Bicentennial First Day Cover

13

(2) Uncirculated 40% silver Eisenhower dollars 1974S

14

2 rolls Westward Journey nickles 2004P 2004D

15

1974S Eisenhower proof silver dollar in brown box

16

1974S Eisenhower proof silver dollar in brown box

17

(2) 1975 US Mint Sets, 12 coins each, original envelope

18

2003 US Mint silver proof set, NIB

19

2003 US Mint silver proof set, NIB

20

2005 US Mint silver proof set, NIB

21

2005 US Mint silver proof set, NIB

22

Royal Mint 1971 UK Great britain and Northern Ireland decimal set, NIB

23

2003 US Mint First Flight Centennial Commemorative coin, NIB, Cert. of Auth.

24

2003 US Mint First Flight Centennial Commemorative coin, NIB, Cert. of Auth.

25

1974 Royal Canadian Mint Prestige-Winnipeg Centennial proof set

26

2003 US Mint Missouri - 2004 Michigan, Arkansas, Wisconsin, all quarters, all D&P, in pkg.

27

1982 World Championship of Soccer silver proof coin collection, 18 coins, in box some .500, some .800, some .925

28

Espana 1982 coin set

29

1971 First Day Covers UNA-USA 6 medals, in new condition binder

30

1971 Lincoln Mint Limited Edition The Top Performers of the Past 25 years, 16 medals, in binder

31

US Mint 2003 National Wildlife Refuge Centennial Medal 90% silver, Elk

32

US Mint 2003 National Wildlife Refuge Centennial Medal 90% silver, Salmon

33

US Mint 2003 National Wildlife Refuge Centennial Medal 90% silver, Bald Eagle

34

America's National Parks Centennial Medals, 1972, 36 pc set, Volume I, II


35

24 Eisenhower dollars 1971-1978 (choice)

36

5 Susan Anthony dollars D

37

1921 Morgan silver dollar S

38

1922 Peace silver dollar P

39

1842 Eagle half dollar

40

(3) bi-centennial Kennedy half dollars D

41

7 Kennedy half dollars 1971-1989

42

9 Indian head pennies

43

2 large 1 cent

44

14 nickels 1942-1964

45

3 shield nickels

46

Three cent nickel 1865

47

3 bi-centennial quarters

48

4 Liberty head nickels 1885-1901

49

Buffalo nickel, token, 1857 one cent

50

Misc foreign coins

51

$5 woodchopper US large note 1907 series

52

$1 US large note 1917 series

53

Japanese one peso

54

US 2 dollar bill 1976

55

2 Red Seal 2 dollar bills 1953 & 1963A











































































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