Heath, Laban.
Heath's infallible counterfeit detector at sight. : The only infallible method of detecting counterfeit, spurious, and altered bank-notes, and applicable to all banks in the United States and Canadas, as now in circulation, or that may be issued, with genuine bank-note designs, by the American Bank-Note Company, New York and Boston.
Boston: : Published by Laban Heath, teacher on counterfeit detecting. A. Williams & Co., publisher's agents, 100 Washington Street., [1864?]
Copyright 1864 by Laban Heath.
"Dakin, Davies, & Metcalf, stereotypers and printers, 37 Cornhill."--t.p. verso.
Title and text printed inside double-rule borders.
LCP AR 1999 p. 56.
American Bank Note Company.
Bank notes -- Forgeries.
Counterfeits and counterfeiting.
Printer Heath, Laban, publisher.
Imprint MASS. Boston. 1864.
Printer A. Williams & Co., publisher.
Printer Dakin, Davies, & Metcalf, printer.
Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science
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