George W. Cogan scrapbook of submitted bids and invoices, 1879-1880

Descriptive Summary

Repository
American Numismatic Society
Extent
1 scrapbook
Language
English
Abstract
Scrapbook containing bids submitted to Cogan, along with invoices from New York City coin dealers.

Portion of a letter with bids submitted by the Hughes Brothers of Cincinnati, January 14, 1880


Creator

Name
Cogan, George W.
Abstract
George W. Cogan of Brooklyn, New York, cataloged and administered bids for coin auctions held by Bangs Co. during the 1880s. He was the son of pioneering coin dealer and cataloger Edward D. Cogan (1803-1884).

Administrative Information

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Collection open to all researchers.

Preferred Citation

George W. Cogan scrapbook of submitted bids and invoices, 1879-1880, Archives, American Numismatic Society.

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Biographical Note

George W. Cogan of Brooklyn, New York, cataloged and administered bids for coin auctions held by Bangs Co. during the 1880s. He was the son of pioneering coin dealer and cataloger Edward D. Cogan (1803-1884).

Scope and Content Note

Scrapbook containing bids submitted to Cogan and invoices from New York City coin dealers Bangs & Co. and Geo. A. Leavitt & Co. Bidders include C.P. Nichols of Merchants Despatch Transportation Company (Springfield, Massachusetts), F. Merritt Alden (Springfield, Massachusetts), R.B. Winsor of Winsor & Brown Lumber Merchants (Providence, Rhode Island), the Hughes Brothers Steam Printing Works (Cincinnati), and Andrew Zabriskie (New York City).

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