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1880 | | Coins &c. | Ores &c. | Total. | Brot up. | 9,311.24 | 2617.79 | 11,929.03 March 22. | For Vol. I of American Journal of Numismatics | 4.50 | | | For No. 8 of Vol. III. of do. [[ditto for American Journal of Numismatics]] | .50 | | 5.00 June 14. | For platinum counterfeit of U.S. Half-eagle, Real value | 1.75 | | 1.75 Sep. 8. | For U.S. half-cent of 1796. (Extremely rare) | 20.00 | | 20.00 1881 | | | | Feb. 25. | For full set of the proof U.S. Coins of 1881. | 44.44 | | 44.44 Nov. 7. | Doubloon of New Grenada. 1838. | 15.61 | | 15.61 1882 | | | | Feb. 2. | For full set of the U.S. proof coins of 1882 | 44.44 | | 44.44 Feb. 21 | For a crown of Ferdinand of Bavaria 1645, and a silver pieces Rhuens, 1794 (Ragusa) | 2.10 | | 2.10 | | [[line]] | [[line]] | [[line]] | | 9,444.58 | 2617.79 | 12,062.37
Feb. 21 entry: Name in parentheses is probably "Ragusa" (maritime republic 1358-1808, per https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Republic_of_Ragusa), but "Rhuens" is neither coin type nor city name?
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