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Edward Emery (died 1850?) was an English numismatist, responsible for the creation of forged coins.

Life

Emery was a coin-collector and coin-dealer living in London. He is said to have belonged to a respectable family, and to have been prosperous. After 1842 Emery is believed to have left London in debt, and to have died at Hastings about 1850.

Forgeries

Under Emery's direction notorious imitations of coins known as ‘Emery's forgeries’ were produced. He engaged an engraver to manufacture dies of rare English and Irish coins, and some of the specimens struck off from these dies sold for large sums. The forgeries were in the market during the summer of 1842, but they were exposed in The Times and in the Numismatic Chronicle. Before the end of that year Emery (or his engraver) was obliged to surrender the dies, which were then cut through the centre and rendered useless.

Emery's forgeries are: penny of Edward VI, with portrait; shillings of Edward VI with false countermarks of portcullis and greyhound; jeton or coin of Lady Jane Grey as queen of England; half-crown and shilling of Philip and Mary; gold ‘rial’ of Mary I; groats and half-groats of Mary I (English and Irish), and probably others. The forgeries are clever, but the lettering is not successful.

References

  • "Emery, Edward" . Dictionary of National Biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1885–1900.
Attribution

 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain"Emery, Edward". Dictionary of National Biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1885–1900.

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