P.K. Anderson notebooks, mid-1900s

Descriptive Summary

Repository
American Numismatic Society
Extent
1 cubic foot (1 box)
Language
English
Abstract
Notebooks with information on coins and tokens of Europe, European colonies, and the United States (first century B.C. to the 1900s), and a handwritten index to all four volumes of Numismatic Review (1943-1947).

A section of a page from one of the notebooks

Creator

Name
Anderson, P.K. (Paul Kenneth), 1894-1968external link (xeac:entity)
Abstract
P.K. (Paul Kenneth) Anderson (1894-1968) of Goteborg, Oklahoma, was an engineer and numismatist who published articles (circa 1930s-1960s), mostly on Spanish coins, in The Numismatist, the monthly magazine of the American Numismatic Association (ANA), and other publications. He served on the board of governors (1955-1961) and as president (1963-1965) of the ANA. His collection of Spanish coins was bequeathed to the American Numismatic Society.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection open to all researchers.

Custodial History

Held by ANS since 1969.

Preferred Citation

P.K. Anderson notebooks, mid-1900s, Archives, American Numismatic Society.

Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Permission to publish or reproduce must be secured from the American Numismatic Society.

Biographical Note

Biographical Note

P.K. (Paul Kenneth) Anderson (1894-1968) of Goteborg, Oklahoma, was an engineer and numismatist who published articles (circa 1930s-1960s), mostly on Spanish coins, in The Numismatist, the monthly magazine of the American Numismatic Association (ANA), and other publications. He served on the board of governors (1955-1961) and as president (1963-1965) of the ANA. His collection of Spanish coins was bequeathed to the American Numismatic Society.

Scope and Content Note

Scope and Content Note

Twelve loose-leaf notebooks dating from the mid-20th century, one of which contains a handwritten index to all four volumes of Numismatic Review (1943-1947). The other eleven notebooks contain notes on coins and tokens of Europe, European colonies, and the United States (first century B.C. to the 1900s), with descriptions, grading, hand-drawn illustrations, and references to published sources. Topic headings listed in the eleven notebooks are (1) Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico; (2) Peru, Philippine Islands, Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo, U.S.A., Venezuela; (3) Antigua, Azores, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Brazil, British Colonies, British Guiana, British Virgin Islands-Buck Island, Cuba, Curacao, Danish West Indies, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Dutch Guiana, England & Scotland, French Guiana, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Holland, Jamaica, Martinique, Montserrat, Nevis, New South Wales, Paraguay, St. Bartholomew, St. Eustatius, Santa Lucia, St. Martin, Salvador, The Saints, Tobago, Tortola, Trinidad, Vieque; (4) Celtiberian, Latin, Roman, Visigothic, Moorish; (5) Castile & Leon, Aragon & Navarre; (6) Ferdinand & Isabella; (7) Charles & Johanna, Philip II, Philip III, Philip IV, Philip IV (countermarked); (8) Catalan Revolt & French Occupation, Agramont, Banolas, Barcelona, Bellpuig, Besalu, Camprodon, Cataluna, Gerona, Manresa, Olot, Perpignan, Puigcerda, Roussillion, Solsona, Tagment, Tarrasa, Tarrega, Vich, Villa Franca Del Panades, Charles II, Philip V; (9) Charles III (Pretender), Luis I, Ferdinand VI, Charles III, Charles IV, Jose Napoleon; (10) Ferdinand VII, Isabella II; and (11) Isabella II (continued), Charles V (pretender), Provisional Government, The Interregnum, Amadeo I, Republic of Andorra, Canton de Cartagena, First Republic, Charles VII (pretender), Alfonso XII, Alfonso XIII, 2nd Republic, Civil War Issues, Francisco Franco.

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