Partners & Resources

C.R. Clark, Florida Tokens. (1990) & Florida Tokens “A Twenty Year Supplement”. (2011)

E.A. King, Masonic Chapter Pennies. (1981)

Philip A. Pfeiffer, Pensacola’s Currency Issuing Banks and their Banknotes 1833-1935. (1975)

Carling Gresham, Territorial Florida Banks & Bonds 1821-1845. (1988)

Ralph A. Mitchell & Neil Shafer, Standard Catalog of Depression Scrip of the United States “The 1903’s including Canada and Mexico”. (1984)

Benice, Ronald J., Florida Paper Money an Illustrated History, 1817-1934. (2008)

Friedberg, Arthur L. & Ira S., Paper Money of the United States. (2004)

Friedberg, Robert, Paper Money of the United States. (1975)

Kelly, Don C., National Bank Notes. (2004)

Cassidy, Daniel G., The Illustrated History of Florida Paper Money. (1980)

Freeman, Harley L., Florida Obsolete Notes and Scrip. (1967)

Criswell, Grover C. Jr., Confederate & Southern State Currency. (1976)

Rulau, Russell:  Standard Catalog of United States Tokens: 1700-1900.

Florida Bankers Association:  History of Banking in Florida,  1828-1954; 1954-1963; 1976-1982.

David J. Ginzl:  Barnett The Story of “Florida’s Bank” University of Tampa Press 2001.

Florida Stampless Postal History 1763-1861. (1999)

Smithsonian Florida Proof Project

All items pictured on this museum site are the property of William Youngerman, Inc. with exception of 9 Smithsonian Proof Sheets (no known notes in existence). No duplication or copying of any notes, tokens, currency or objects on this site is permitted without written permission from WYI.  The museum site is a free educational site for the educating of persons interested in learning about Florida’s history as seen through it’s vast assortment of numismatic and financial instruments.  This collection is a result of decades of collecting by William Youngerman and is always a work in progress.  Persons having material not found on this site should contact WYI, as we are always looking to add to the collection.  We are also interested in any information that may add historical accuracy and interest to objects,  places, and people.  Please feel free to contribute articles and information to the museum for publishing on our site with credits given to you.