Here's the press release for the upcoming 2015 Wall Street Bourse show in New York. -Editor
At the 5th Wall Street Bourse and Auction, several unusual new events and activities are planned. One of these will be the first
offering of one of the most important collections of scripophily, the collecting of antique stock and bond certificates, that of John E.
Mr. Herzog has been a collector since 1959, and when he began, there were very few collectors and very few certificates offered for
sale. As the years went by, interest grew and the market became very interesting. During much of this time, Mr. Herzog was also the
Chairman of R. M. Smythe & Co., Inc., a numismatic auction firm, and so had an opportunity to see this rapidly growing market at close
Herzog came to appreciate 18th century financial documents, especially those of the very young America, and has devoted much attention
to the Federal Period in his collecting interests. Small specialties were also created, and his collection covers many subjects, such as
shipping, medical subjects, women on certificates, and others.
Offerings from the collection will be on the Bourse floor at the Roland & Co. dealer table, and there will also be a number of lots in
the Archives International auction on Saturday October 24, also being held at the Museum of American Finance. Two Edison electric light
bulbs will be there, and other objects of financial history interest. This will be the beginning of a series of offerings from the
important Herzog Collection and promises to be quite interesting.
The 5th Annual Wall Street Collectors Bourse will be held October 22-24 in the exhibition gallery of the Museum of American Finance at
48 Wall Street (www.moaf.org). An event for lovers of financial history, it brings dealers, collectors and artists together to enjoy and
exchange coins, collectible stock and bond certificates, antique paper money, autographs, and related memorabilia.
Archives International Auctions will hold the public and Internet sale on the Bourse floor on Saturday morning, October 24 at
Museum admission is FREE during the Bourse, so visitors can enjoy the show and museum's fascinating exhibits in one visit, as well
as interesting talks and workshop, and many interesting offerings. Don't miss this unusual collectors event.
I've never been to the Museum of American Finance, and this sound ike a great opportunity for people to visit. Here are the
educational talks planned for the event. -Editor
October 22, 2pm
Numismatist Thomas Tesoriero: "The Twelve Caesars on Gold Coins"
October 23, 2pm
Artist Joel Iskowitz: "Designing Congressional Gold Medals: An Artist's Perspective"
October 24, 9am
Dealer Scott Winslow, International Bond and Share Society Breakfast Talk, (light breakfast available)
Saturday, October 24, 11am-12 noon
Inspector Collector Harley Spiller and Award-winning Dealer Declan Hurley, "The Secret Life of C-Notes: A Workshop for Teens Who
Like Money", in the Museum auditorium
October 24th 2pm
Collector/Dealer Lawrence Schuffman, "American History on Our Money"
To read the complete article, see:
5th Annual Wall Street Collectors Bourse
THE BOOK BAZARRE
A NEW Q. DAVID BOWERS MASTERPIECE! Lost and Found Coin Hoards and Treasures
tells the stories of America’s
greatest troves and their discoveries. 480 pages, hardcover, richly illustrated. Available October 27, 2015. Pre-order your copy now for
$39.95 at Whitman.com
Wayne Homren, Editor
The Numismatic Bibliomania Society is a non-profit organization
promoting numismatic literature. See our web site at coinbooks.org.
To submit items for publication in The E-Sylum, write to the Editor
at this address: email@example.com
To subscribe go to: https://my.binhost.com/lists/listinfo/esylum
Copyright © 1998 - 2020 The Numismatic Bibliomania Society (NBS)
All Rights Reserved.
NBS Home Page
Contact the NBS webmaster