Kelly's Coins and Chatter
Kelly's Coins & Chatter was issued by Jim Kelly, Dayton, Ohio dealer, from 1948 to 1959. Series numbering is irregular and it is unknown if the issues presented here comprise a complete set.
See also The Asylum, Summer 1993, for a note from Michael Sullivan on this publication.
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James Kelly's "Coins and Chatter" newsletter for August 1950 (vol. 3, no. 7). Fixed price list of U.S. coins together with brief articles on ancient Greek coinage, wampum and US territorial gold. Offers unique 1873-CC No Arrows Seated Liberty dime for sale, unpriced, and 1894-S Barber dime for $2,000. Two of the rarest U.S. dimes offered in the same price list. To refute claims that his 1873-CC No Arrows dime was not unique Kelly offered a $100 unconditional reward for proof of another specimen. [Summary courtesy of Herman Blanton.]