WM. JACKSON. / WAVERLY. HOTEL. / (Masonic symbols) / 1867

WAVERLY, NY on the planed off obverse of a Liberty Seated quarter

WM. JACKSON. / WAVERLY. HOTEL. / (Masonic symbols) / 1867, Image 1

An intricate counterstamp displaying a Masonic square and compass, 3 flower buds, and a border seemingly made by repeatedly punching a "0" stamp. It is unknown if William Jackson merely resided at the hotel, managed it, or owned it. It is apparent that he was a Mason due to the symbols used. Waverly is a small town on the border of New York and Pennsylvania.

Date: 1867

Measurement: 1"

Condition: Host coin extremely fine


SKU: 849-124

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