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Introduction to the Show and Sale

Dear Friends,

This is the 6th auction by Archives International at the Wall Street Bourse, and it is a great

pleasure to welcome Dr. Bob and his team to this year’s meeting. We have new kinds of

collecting specialties represented this year, with two very fine print dealers, and also, the

participation of the Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society, which has provided so much

leadership and information in the new appreciation of this local Founding Father.

Several fine presentations also await you, and it is with great pleasure to welcome you

to the 6th Bourse, and to an opportunity to view the excellent exhibit by the Museum

“Worth Its Weight – Gold from the Ground Up.”

Don’t forget to buy your ticket to the raffle of two tickets to the Broadway musical “Hamilton”

and the inspiration for the virtual exhibit about Alexander Hamilton and popular culture,

on all during the Bourse.

John E. Herzog and the Bourse Team.


On behalf of the entire Archives International Auctions team, I would like to personally welcome you to

our 36th auction we have held over the last nine years. We are privileged be able to hold our first auc-

tion session in the historic and amazing venue of the main gallery of the Museum of American Finance

in conjunction with the 6th Annual Wall Street Bourse on Saturday, October 22nd followed by the

second session to be held at our offices in Fort Lee on Tuesday, October 25th.

We are excited to offer a large and varied group of Banknotes, Scripophily and Security Printing

Ephemera from numerous estates and longtime collections with many items having never been offered

privately or by auction in over 30 to 50 years. The sale begins on Saturday with an offering of over 370

lots of desirable banknotes, Liberty Loans, ephemera, autographs, historic object and artifacts, scripophily

and security printing ephemera. The second session on Tuesday, October 25th begins with over 280 lots

of worldwide banknotes. It is followed by almost 300 lots of U.S. Colonial, obsolete, fractional, large

and small type and related notes. The Live Internet portion of the auction finishes with over 340 lots of

desirable U.S. & Worldwide Scripophily. We will be offering a third session in a Live and Absentee

bidding sale of 182 lots of interesting banknotes, scripophily and ephemera, so please do not forget

to view our website to see our offerings.

We are in the process of completing our December 2016 auction catalog of U.S. & Worldwide Banknotes,

Scripophily, Coins, and Security Printing Ephemera. We are still seeking consignments for our upcoming

2016-17 auctions including our December dates. I would like to thank everyone who has participated in

our previous sales and has helped make this auction series a resounding success. We are looking forward

to another exciting auction and hope you enjoy our current offerings.

Best of luck,

Bob Schwartz