Journal of Numismatic Research
Published by Roger Burdette in six issues from 2012-2014. Issues are as follows - Autumn 2012 (no. 1), Spring 2013 (no. 2), Summer 2013 (no. 3), Autumn 2013 (no. 4), Winter 2014 (no. 5). A sixth issue, Spring 2014, was issued only electronically. Back issues are available (as of 1/2021) from Wizard Coin Supply (https://www.wizardcoinsupply.com/). Issue contents are as follows:
Autumn 2012: Oberlin Smith - Patent for a Coining Press (1896), Victor Janvier - Patent for a Reducing Lathe (1899).
Spring 2013: Benjamin Franklin Peale - Inventions and Innovations for the United States Mint, 1835 to 1852.
Summer 2013: Saving Manila's Golden Treasure, Silver Divers of Corregidor (1942), U.S. Mint & Nazi Gold.
Autumn 2013: Origin of the 3-Cent Silver Coin, Purpose of the $3 Gold Denomination, Gold Dollars Used for Jewelry.
Winter 2014: The Women Who Ran the Mint (covering Margaret Ellen Kelley, Mary Margaret O'Reilly, Nellie Tayloe Ross).
Spring 2014: Barclay's Coinage Experiments, Bickford $10, International Coinage, Goloid & Metric Patterns, Cometallic Money.
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The Journal of Numismatic Research is dedicated to dissemination of the latest results of research into the history and practice of American numismatics. This is an in-copyright publication. "Snippet" results will appear in the Newman Portal search results.