~ Counterstamped 4 The Weekend ~
1835 Capped Bust Quarter "Houck's Panacea Baltimore" Maryland, Counterstamp, HT-140, Rarity-7.
Most commonly seen on CBH's, but are also known on CBQ's, $1's, and gray/dark side silver which was still circulating at the time.
This was a newly discovered date as none had been known dated beyond 1819 on a capped bust quarter.
1777-PTS Bolivia 2 Reales, Circa 1836 "Houck's Panacea Baltimore" Maryland, Counterstamp, HT-143, Rarity-7
Houck counter stamped coinage received as payment for his bottles of Panecea for advertising purposes which proves how long foreign silver circulated in the USA.