A Project of the Robert H. Gore, Jr. Numismatic Endowment
University of Notre Dame, Department of Special Collections
by Louis Jordan (questions answered)

Images Coordinated by
James C. Spilman and the Colonial Newsletter Foundation

COLONIAL COINS - Section Contents


INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL

MONEY SUBSTITUTES

COINS PRODUCED IN THE COLONIES TO 1750

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Introductory Material
Money Substitutes
Produced by 1750
Imports to 1750
Spanish Circulation
Dutch Circulation
British Circulation
French Issues
Late Colonial
Revolutionary War
1783 Americans
Confed. Era Coppers
Confed. Patterns/Experimentals
Republic/State Coppers
Fed. Contract Coppers
Imitation British Coppers
West Indies
Post Confed. Local
Post Confed. Imports
Washington Tokens
US Mint Provisional Issues

COINS IMPORTED INTO OR RELATED TO THE COLONIES TO 1750

SPANISH COINAGE CIRCULATING IN THE COLONIES

DUTCH COINAGE CIRCULATING IN THE COLONIES

BRITISH COINAGE CIRCULATING IN THE COLONIES

FRENCH ISSUES FOR NEW WORLD COLONIES

LATE COLONIAL COPPERS

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA COINAGE

THE AMERICAN COINS OF 1783

CONFEDERATION ERA PRIVATE COPPERS 1785-1787

CONFEDERATION PATTERNS AND EXPERIMENTAL ISSUES 1785-1787

REPUBLIC and STATE COPPERS

FEDERAL CONTRACT COPPERS 1787

NEW YORK PRIVATE ISSUES 1786-1787

IMITATION BRITISH COPPERS MADE IN NORTH AMERICA

BRITISH WEST INDIES COPPERS

POST CONFEDERATION LOCAL ISSUES

POST CONFEDERATION IMPORTS

WASHINGTON TOKENS

US MINT PROVISIONAL ISSUES OF 1792


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For questions or comments contact Louis Jordan by:
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, telephone: (574) 631-0290, or mail:
Department of Special Collections, 102 Hesburgh Library,
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556

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