Archives International Auctions Part XXI Fall Auction 2014

Archives International Auctions, Part XXI 1 October 25, 2014 Archives International Auctions 1 1 “La Maison du Chocolat’s elegance and refinement define this exquisite hatbox presenting a large selection of ganaches, pra- lines and sweets in dark and milk chocolate. Approximately: 2.02 lbs of chocolate” ������������������������������������������������������ Est. $250-350 2 2 National Stock Summary, Issue of 1958 ���������������������������� Est. $40-80 3 3 La Bourse , Barcet, Emmanuel, Paris, France October 1902, No. 80 (15) pgs. France, original printed illustrated wrapper, modern half calf gilt. Satirical journal L’Assiette au Beurre la Bourse appeared in nearly 600 issues from March 1901 to October 1912. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $30-60 4 4 Original “Puck” Artwork With Expert Water Color Additions. Painted on original Puck illustration “The Helping Hand” with Uncle Sam helping an old man, The illustration is 17.5 x10.75 inches and printed on a 22.5 x 13.5 inches thin cardboard backing that is print- ed on both sides. The coloring was added to the original Black and White cartoon. Evidently the second side was for another version if necessary. Rare Puck Internal Artwork production material. VF con- dition. The Puck Press. ������������������������������������������������������Est. $100-200 Part XXI U. S. & Worldwide BankNotes, Coins, Scripophily, Security Printing Ephemera & Autographs in Three Sessions First Session Saturday October 25, 2014 at 10:30 am The First Hour Welcome to the Auction for theWall Street Bourse IV . We are very pleased to have your attention, and hope that you will find items of interest in the pages ahead. As usual, there are special items in the opening lots of the auction, and these have been donated by the Anniversary Companies, proceeds of which will benefit financial education, or were items of special interest though possibly not numismatic in nature. We hope that you will enjoy these offerings, and wish you good luck for the entire auction. John E. Herzog