Judd and Akers plate coin. A. Louden Snowden - William H. Woodin - Waldo Newcomer - consigned the coin to Wayte Raymond in 1932 but it did not sell - F.C.C. Boyd - Dr. J.H. Judd - Abe Kosoff, 1962:467 - acquired in a trade by Dr. John Wilkison in 1962 - sold to Paramount, 9/1973 - A-Mark in 1976 - repurchased by Paramount in 11/1978 - Paramount 7/1985:1306, $82,500 - Randolph S. Rothschild - Stack's 10/2003:1118, $276,000 - Heritage 1/2010:2373 (as PCGS PR65DCAM 15260583), $1,265,000
Waldo Newcomer owned an example of AW1366 (Judd 1373) that appeared on the list of patterns he consigned to Wayte Raymond in 1932. Raymond was unable to sell the coin at Newcomer’s list price (cost?) of $2,000 and he returned the coin to Newcomer. Most likely, this coin went to Judd.
Pedigrees are a blending of descriptions from the following:
Superior 2/1991, Lot 137
Stack’s 65th Anniversary sale 10/2000, Lot 1621
Stack’s 68th Anniversary Sale 10/2003, Lot 1118
Pollock III, A.W. (1994). United states patterns and related issues, p. 270-271. Bowers and Merena Galleries,
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