Mosher, Stuart, 1904-1956

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1904 - 1956

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Numismatic cartoonist, columnist, author, and editor Stuart Mosher (1904-1956) was born in Canada, settled in Buffalo in 1926, and moved to New York City in 1935, where he was associated with coin dealers Wayte Raymond and the New Netherlands Coin Company. He was the author of The Story of Money as Told by the Knox Collection (1936) and United States Commemorative Coins, 1892-1939 (1940) and he wrote and illustrated a newspaper column called Curiosities of Currency. He became editor of The Numismatist in 1945, a position he held until 1954, and in 1948 became acting curator of numismatics at the Smithsonian Institution.

Chronology

  • 1904: Born
  • 1926: Settled in Buffalo, Buffalo (N.Y.)External link.
  • 1935: Moved to New York City, New York (N.Y.)External link.
  • 1945 - 1954: Editor of The Numismatist
  • 1948: Became acting curator of numismatics at the Smithsonian

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New Netherlands Coin Co.
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Raymond, Wayte, 1886-1956External link



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