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Fourteen (14) Foreign and United States currency items, including silver Spanish Colonial, French, Italian, Roman Imperial Alexandrian Tetradrachm, and more. 1st item: Spanish Colonial Mexican Charles III of Spain 4 Reales milled bust type silver coin, 1797. Includes handwritten notation on an envelope indicating that the coin originally belonged to F.W. Taylor II and that it was presented by Mrs. David Getay and her daughter Louise GetayTaylor on September 6, 1917. 2nd item: French Louis XVIII 5 Francs silver coin, 1817 B. 3rd item: Italian Napoleon 5 Lire silver coin, 1811 M. 4th item: Spanish Colonial Mexican Half Reales milled pillar type silver coin, circa1734Ð1771. 5th item: Mexican Empire of Maximilian 10 cent silver coin, 1866 M. 6th item: Roman Imperial Alexandrian Tetradrachm coin, depicting the bust profile of EmperorCarus (282-283), obverse, a standing eagle with the regnal year L A in field, reverse. 7th item: Illegible Roman coin, possibly an AS or Follis, depicting a bust profile, obverse, and a temple facade, reverse. 8th item: Chinese "cash" coin. Includes a handwritten note stating that the coin was brought back by Miss Rankin who was a Christian missionary in 1885 and that it was presented by Miss Hattie Ray of Asheville, NC. 9th item: Illegible Spanish Colonial Mexican coin. Includes a handwritten note reading "Sent me by J M Rader 1897 No 748". 10th item: Republic of Mexico1 Centavo coin, 1886 M. 11th item: US Liberty Head Large Cent coin, illegible date. 12th item: Cuban Remember The Maine coin, circa1898.Includes a handwritten note reading "749". 13th item: Facsimile C. Bechtler Georgia Gold 5 Dollar coin. 14th item: Dominion of Canada One Dollarbill, issued in Ottawa, March 31, 1898. Serial # 433270. Plate # B. For Minister of Finance/Countersigned signatures. Includes a cloth drawstring bag with a handwritten note reading "The coins in this bag was given me by F. T. Nance They were formerly the propertyof AX Shields June 5/ 08 F.W. Taylor". Total silver weight, 5 coins: 66.5 grams. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: All items in circulated condition.