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    Bullion Fund Registers, 1887 - 1960 (pg. 71)

    /1887 [Numismatics U.S. Mint]

    f Paul s Parish Officer Pay Munc Rights Payne on Municipal Rights Peach Mar Sett Peachey on Marriage Set tlements Peak Peake s Nisi Prius Cases English Courts Peak Add Cas Peake s Additional Cases Nisi Prius English Peak Ev Peake on Evidence Peak N P Cas Peake s Nisi Prius Cases English Pear Pearson s Reports Pennsylvania Pearce C C Pearce s Crown Cases English peck or Peck Tenn Peck s Reports Ten nessee Peck El Cas Peckwell s Election Cases English Peck 111 Peck s Reports Illinois Reports vols 11 30 Peck Mun L Peck s Municipal Laws of Ohio Peck Tr Peck s Impeachment Trial Peere Wms or Peere Williams Peere Wil liams s Reports English Chancery Pernh J 0 Pemberton s Judgments and Orders Perrib R S Pemberton on Revivor


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    Philadelphia Inquirer Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 5)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 25 2019 Gmail Re obscure discovery More searches led to more tidbits Eventually peck and Newman put together a likely scenario Bills may have been printed for the New Jersey institution the State Bank at Trenton which employed Fairman s firm to design and print many of its bills But the bank began to fail in July 1825 and its notes were worthless by 1826 Meanwhile the State Bank of Camden had issued bills similar to the Trenton notes and also printed by Fairman In those d


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    Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Peck, Robert M., Audubon) (pg. 157)

    /2001 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    Page 2 of 3 For reference I am attaching a copy of my initial query letter of last February I will look forward to hearing from you or Sandra at your earliest convenience Until then with continuing best wishes I remain Sincerely Bob peck Robert M Peck Senior Fellow of the Academy The Academy of Natural Sciences 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia PA 19103 1195 U S A Phone 215 299 1138 3 24 2009 3 35 PM Dear Mr Peck I did receive the article and forwarded it to Sandra Markham the new editor of the journal However in the past several weeks we have been in discussions about how our journal will be publish


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    Audubon Grouse Correspondence (pg. 72)

    /2013 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    Newman was an expert on the early paper currency of America and had written a definitive work on the subject He didn t know of any but he began looking Meanwhile peck investigated the Audubon side of the mystery That first diary reference had been on July 12 1824 Audubon had since moved from Mill Grove but he was back in Philadelphia to garner support from the academy the preeminent scientific institution in the country at that point for his bird watercolors That never happened due to what historians contend were jealousies involving another bird ar


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    Mark Borckardt Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 13)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 25 2019 Gmail RE The Grouse Eric Newman s latest coup banknote with a bird on it Newman was an expert on the early paper currency of America and had written a definitive work on the subject He didn t know of any but he began looking Meanwhile peck investigated the Audubon side of the mystery That first diary reference had been on July 12 1824 Audubon had since moved from Mill Grove but he was back in Philadelphia to garner support from the academy the preeminent scientific institution in the country at that point for his bird watercolors That never happened due to what historians contend were jealousies involving another bird ar


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    Sale 63 (1 of 2) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 6, folder 1] (pg. 91)

    4/18/1972

    rev sharper Scarce Misc lot of Maundy money 1746 4d 1746 5 3d 1743 0 2d 1753 2 Id also 1758 j Shilling and George III 1787 Shilling without hearts ESC 1906 2031A rare 2233 a 4 scarce unlisted ESC 1213 1216 Borderline Unc 2 Unc 2 Very Fine Ex Fine plus 6 Pcs 30 X George III 1797 Cartwheel Twopence and Penny 11 leaves on wreath Copper peck 1077 1 133 Very Fine or better 2 Pcs 30 00 Mexican 1777 8 Reales with contemporary counlerstamped head of George HI in oval 1797 99 ESC 129 Fine two edge test marks to detect counterfeits which basic coin may be not the counterstamp and several minor field scratches 40 00 Similar to last but 1802 and George III head in octagon 1799 1804 ESC 138 Very Fine or belter Rare


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    Sale 60 (1 of 3) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 5, folder 10] (pg. 90)

    12/3/1968

    ie if not the actual purpose of its execution or its use in the present instance Firstly a few specimens are known of a Payern halfpenny utilizing this identical obverse after it had been slightly reworked or modified These are combined with a reverse of much poorer quality dated 1796 and showing Britannia seated as on the 1770 75 British halfpehnics This combination is listed by C W peck as his No 924 pgs 236 37 and is illustrated on PI 15 of his English Copper Tin and Bronze Coins in the British Museum 1558 1958 second edition London 1964 Peck attributes this 1796 muling to Lewis Pingo Chief Engraver to the Royal Mint from 1780 to 1815 but does so with some hesitation having considerable doubts about the miserable reverse of obsolescent design We attribute it to J


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    Sale 63 (1 of 2) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 6, folder 1] (pg. 35)

    4/18/1972

    sharper Scarce Plate 250 X Misc lot of Maundy money 1746 4d 1746 5 3d 1743 0 2d 1753 2 Id also 1758 Shilling and George III 1787 Shilling without hearts ESC 1906 203IA rare 2233A scarce unlisted ESC 1213 1216 Borderline Unc 2 Unc 2 Very Fine Ex Fine plus 6 Pcs 30 00 G i igqlTl 1797 Cartwheel Twtipence and Penny 1 1 leaves on wreath Cttpper peck 1077 1 1 33 Very Fine or better 2 Pcs 30 X1I Mexican 1777 8 Reales with contemporary counterstamped head of George III in oval lll97 WI ESC 129 Fine two edge test marks to detect counterfeits which basic coin i may b not the counterstamp and several minor field scratches 40 00 Similar to last but 1802 and George HI head in octagon 1799 1804 ESC 138 Very Fine or t ty f


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    Sale 60 (2 of 3) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 5, folder 11] (pg. 146)

    12/3/1968

    ie if not the actual purpose of its execution or its use in the present instance Firstly a few specimens are known of a Pattern halfpenny utilizing this identical obverse after it had been slightly reworked or modified These are combined with a reverse of much poorer quality dated 1796 and showing Britannia seated as on the 1770 75 British halfpehnies This combination is listed by C W peck as his No 924 pgs 236 37 and is illustrated on PI 15 of his English Copper Tin and Bronze Coins in the British Museum 1538 1958 second edition London 1964 Peck attributes this 1796 muling to Lewis Pingo Chief Engraver to the Royal Mint from 1780 to 1815 but does so with some hesitation having considerable doubts about the miserable reverse of obsolescent design We attribute it to J


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    St. Louis Business Journal Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 1)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 25 2019 Gmail Re Audubon story f s Gmail Eric Newman Re Audubon story 2 messages Fri Jul 30 2010 at 6 40 PM Diana Barr To Robert ericnumis aol com Mr peck and Mr Newman Thank you so much for your time on the phone today We rushed to get a story up today on our website knowing that you ll continue to get great national and international coverage on the topic Here s a link to the story http stlouis bizjournals com stlouis blog 2010 07 numismatist_newman_makes_audubon_find html Best of luck on your research I know several archivists in town w


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 51)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    M Gmail Eric Newman Money on Paper proofs 5 messages Gr etchen Qberfranc Tue Aug 31 2010 at 12 27 PM Dear Mr Newman and Mr peck Attached please find page proofs of your contribution to Alan Stahl s Money on Paper catalogue I hope you will be pleased with the layout This project is on a very tight schedule If possible I would like to have your corrections by next Tuesday A list by page and line number is fine With best regards Gretchen Oberfranc 1 Audubon pdf 1 384K Tue Aug 31 2010 at 1 40 PM Dear Ms Oberfr


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    Alan Stahl Correspondence, 2010-2015 (pg. 4)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 23 2019 Gmail Money on Paper proofs h l Gmail Eric Newman Money on Paper proofs 5 messages Gr etchen Qberfranc To HmnniHi Tue Aug 31 2010 at 12 27 PM Dear Mr Newman and Mr peck Attached please find page proofs of your contribution to Alan Stahl s Money on Paper catalogue I hope you will be pleased with the layout This project is on a very tight schedule If possible I would like to have your corrections by next Tuesday A list by page and line number is fine With best regards Gretchen Oberfranc 1 Audubon pdf 1 384K Tue Aug 31 2010 at 1 40 PM Dear Ms Oberfr


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    Philadelphia Inquirer Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 1)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    M Gmail Eric Newman Re Audubon and Bob peck stories 2 messages Wed Aug 11 2010 at 3 50 PM Dear Sandy I specifically asked Bob Peck to ask you for an original newspaper with the Audubon story or stories in it I am sure you can locate original copies for me You certainly gave us a lot of wonderful publicity just the specific page is adequate not the entire issue The address is 6450 Cecil Ave St Louis MO 63105 Thanks Eric P Newman


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    Philadelphia Inquirer Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 4)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 25 2019 Gmail Re obscure discovery What he and Eric Newman a numismatic historian from St Louis found has rocked the world of Audubon scholars who are calling their discovery a eureka moment Their quest began about a decade ago when Newman visited the academy as part of a tour of libraries and important collections He and peck met They had lunch A year later Peck wrote to him Had Newman ever seen a New Jersey banknote with a bird on it Newman was an expert on the early paper currency of America and had written a definitive work on the subject He didn t know of any but he began looking Meanwhile Peck investigated the Audubon side of the mystery That first diary reference had been on July 12 1824 Audubon had


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    Philadelphia Inquirer Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 7)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    in Montgomery County mentioned that he had given a drawing of a running grouse to a Philadelphia engraver for use on a New Jersey banknote It would have been a key moment the first published illustration for the struggling artist then 29 years old But if so where was it Nobody could find it And as time went by many began to dismiss the story as a typical Audubon exaggeration But Robert peck curator of art and artifacts at the Academy of Natural Sciences decided to give it one last try What he and Eric Newman a numismatic historian from St Louis found has rocked the world of Audubon scholars who are calling their discovery a eureka moment Their quest began about a decade ago when Newman visited the academy as part of a tour of libraries and important collections He and Pe


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    Sale 63 (2 of 2) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 6, folder 2] (pg. 78)

    4/18/1972

    395 George IV 1821 Crown Laurealed head ESC 246 Nearly Unc minor edge nicks Still in demand 125 00 396 1825 Penny Copper peck 1420 Seaby 3064 Ex Fine Abt Unc light tan faded from mint color traces of original red 35 00 397 William IV 1834 Halfcrown W W in script ESC 662 Nearly Unc not too sharply struck up on part of hair faint traces of cleaning 70 00 398 1831 Penny Copper Plain truncation Peck 1455 Seaby 3084 Ex Fine light tan mi nute rim nick 30 00 399 Victoria 1845 Crown Young h


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    Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Peck, Robert M., Audubon) (pg. 234)

    /2001 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    Reproduction rights Page 1 of 1 Subj RE Reproduction rights Date 1 12 2012 8 23 02 A M Central Standard Time From peck ansp org To ioelo audubonart com CC EricNumis aol com Hi Joel Thanks for your message and congratulations on your book I am delighted that you will be telling the Grouse banknote story Did I ever send you the full paper In case not or in case you need the reference for a footnote citation you can see it at the following link http www ansp org about publications Peck Newman 2010 JER 30


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    Audubon Grouse Correspondence (pg. 73)

    /2013 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    Fairman To Olson everything fits Other wildlife artists of the day had found that making drawings for banknotes gave them not only money to live on but a certain cachet So why not Audubon peck said he thought Audubon s little grouse drawing worked against him To be sure it was different from all the eagles and was not the sort of thing counterfeiters might use or copy It also showed his prowess as an ornithologist something he longed for in the stuffy Philadelphia science world that had rejected him But the grouse was in a word odd Bank managers who wanted emblems of security


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    Audubon Grouse Correspondence (pg. 97)

    /2013 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    Subj RE Audubon and Bob peck stories Date 8 11 2010 4 14 37 P M Eastern Daylight Time From sbauers phillynews com To EricNumis aol com Will do I may have missed today s mail pick up If so they ll go out tomorrow at the latest Best Sandy From EricNumis aol com mailto EricNumis aol com Sent Wednesday August 11 2010 4 01 PM To Bauers Sandy Subject Re Audubon and Bob Peck stories Dear Sandy I asked Bob Peck s


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    Audubon Grouse Correspondence (pg. 156)

    /2013 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    19 2013 3 34 39 P M Central Standard Time From ihtchanq comcast net To rmp89 drexel edu CC EricNumis aol com Thanks for your note Stuart Frank the Senior Curator at the New Bedford Whaling Museum said that his experience the banknotes always copied from some previously published illustration I guess everybody including whalemen copied Jack Sent from my iPad On Feb 19 2013 at 1 32 PM peck Robert rmp89 drexel edu wrote Dear Jack Thank you for your message I am fascinated to learn that the source of the woman on the 3 Norwalk Bank Note was a piece of scrimshaw as interprested by an engraver of the same scene from The Keepsake of 1829 I am sorry to say that I can not give you the exact date of the Norwalk bill but we do know that the bank operated between 1833 and 1849 a


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    Secret of the Good Samaritan Shilling (Correspondence) (pg. 79)

    /1959 Numismatics Archives

    RTMENT OF COINS AND MEDALS BRITISH MUSEUM LONDON W C l CM D 23rd January 1957 Mr E P Newman 400 Washington Avenue St Louis 2 Missouri U S A Dear Mr Newman Your Coinage for Colonial Virginia has arrived at the Museum and I am reading it with great interest You are certainly doing first class work on your period I have been looking into the matters which you raised with Mr peck but am afraid that the problems are not as simple as you seem to imagine In the first place our Public Records Office is quite a distance from where Mr Peck works and it is not easy for him or for me to visit there I should perhaps add for your private ear that Mr Peck is already a very busy man However I am perfectly sure that the Public Records Office could deal with your enquiries by dir


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    Journal of the Early Republic Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 2)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 22 2019 Gmail Fwd Re JER Spring Issue t s Gmail Eric Newman Fwd Re JER Spring Issue 1 message Robert peck Wed Mar 23 2011 at 9 31 AM To EricNumis aol com Dear Eric Here is the reply I received from the Journal of the Early Republic Perhaps it is best if you communicate directly with them about your copy of the spring issue Best wishes Bob The Journal of the Early Republic3 23 2011 9 24 AM Dear Bob I sent him one some time ago so I m concerned that it did not reach him I can try sendi


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 82)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 18 2019 Gmail RE New Year Greetings from Bob peck M Gmail Eric Newman RE New Year Greetings from Bob Peck 3 messages Dear Eric I hope your Christmas was a good one and that you were able to spend it with your family and friends In going through my office for its annual year end clean up I found a check that you sent me last October October 2010 for 63 50 for the offprints of our Audubon banknote article For some reason I never cashed t


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 98)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 18 2019 Gmail RE Bank note question from Bob peck M Gmail Eric Newman RE Bank note question from Bob Peck 1 message Rob ert Peck Tue May 22 2012 at 4 27 PM To Dear Eric Thank you for your quick reply I am thrilled to think that you might have one of these polar bear bank notes Unfortunately I am being pressed to provide the illustrations for my article as soon as possible and no later than early June If your son would be willing to loo


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 99)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 18 2019 Gmail RE Bank note question from Bob peck To Robert Peck Subject Re Bank note quest from Bob Peck Dear Bob I believe I have the note you are looking for It is in a bank safe deposit vault It is an exciting scene I am leaving for Martha s Vineyard on Thursday and will not be back until September Can it wait until I return If it will not I will have to ask my son to try to find it at that vault Glad you are fine and writing My b


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 101)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 18 2019 Gmail Bank note quest from Bob peck M Gmail Newman Bank note quest from Bob Peck 2 messages Rob ert Peck Tue May 22 2012 at 1 28 PM To Dear Eric Greetings I hope you are well and enjoying the spring It has been a beautiful one here in Philadelphia I am writing to seek your help I have written an article on the use of Arctic imagery in the 19 th century and I wanted to illustrate it with among other images a famous bank no


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 103)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 16 2019 Gmail RE Bank of Norwalk 3 note and Audobon and scrimshaw M Gmail Eric Newman RE Bank of Norwalk 3 note and Audobon and scrimshaw 2 messages peck Robert To Cc trie Newman Tue Feb 19 2013 at 3 32 PM Dear Jack Thank you for your message I am fascinated to learn that the source of the woman on the 3 Norwalk Bank Note was a piece of scrimshaw as interprested by an engraver of the same scene from The Keepsake of 1829 I am sorry to say that I can not give you the exact date of the Norwalk bill but we do know that the bank operated bet


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    Mark Borckardt Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 14)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 25 2019 Gmail RE The Grouse Eric Newman s latest coup peck said he thought Audubon s little grouse drawing worked against him To be sure it was different from all the eagles and was not the sort of thing counterfeiters might use or copy It also showed his prowess as an ornithologist something he longed for in the stuffy Philadelphia science world that had rejected him But the grouse was in a word odd Bank managers who wanted emblems of security


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    Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Peck, Robert M., Audubon) (pg. 156)

    /2001 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    Page 1 of 3 Subj Fwd Re Article idea Date 6 12 2009 11 49 55 A M Central Daylight Time From peck ansp org To EricNumis aol com Dear Eric I just received this depressing reply from the New York Historical Society The good news we hadn t yet submitted the article so we aren t lost in limbo I will now explore the Journal of the Early American Republic Bob Robert M Peck Senior Fellow of the Academy The Academy of Natural Sciences 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia PA 19103 1195


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    Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Peck, Robert M., Audubon) (pg. 217)

    /2001 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    Page 1 of 1 Subj Audubon discovery Date 7 30 2010 11 43 20 A M Eastern Daylight Time From peck ansp org To EricNumis aol com There is a copy of the Peck Newman Journal of the Early Republic article on Audubon s first published work at http www ansp org about publications Peck_Newman_2010_JER 30 3 pdf Robert M Peck Senior Fellow of the Academy The Academy of Natural Sciences 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia PA 19103 1195 U S A Phone 215 299 1138 Friday July 30 2010


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    Eric P. Newman Correspondence (Peck, Robert M., Audubon) (pg. 239)

    /2001 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    Page 1 of2 Subj RE New Year Greetings from Bob peck Date 12 28 2011 12 12 21 P M Central Standard Time From To Dear Eric I hope your Christmas was a good one and that you were able to spend it with your family and friends In going through my office for its annual year end clean up I found a check that you sent me last October October 2010 for 63 50 for the offprints of our Audubon banknote article For some reason I never cashed this a


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    Audubon Grouse Correspondence (pg. 92)

    /2013 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    Subj Date From To Fwd RE New Audubon discovery 8 10 2010 3 05 41 P M Eastern Daylight Time peck ansp org EricNumis aol com Hi Eric Here are some questions from the editor of Antiques Magazine that I think you are best suited to answer Can I have her call you Best wishes Bob Robert M Peck Senior Fellow of the Academy The Academy of Natural Sciences 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia PA 19103 1195 U S A Phone 215 299 1138 Eleanor Gustafson 8 10 2010 12 22 PM One


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    Audubon Grouse Correspondence (pg. 96)

    /2013 [Numismatics Numismatics Archives]

    Subj Re Audubon and Bob peck stories Date 8 11 2010 4 00 51 P M Eastern Daylight Time From EricNumis aol com To sbauers phillynews com Dear Sandy I asked Bob Peck specifically to have you send me an original copy of the articles you wrote on the discovery of the Audubon grouse Please find the appropriate pages and mail them to Eric P Newman at 6450 Cecil Ave St Louis MO 63105 Your article was wonderful and was spr


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    St. Louis Business Journal Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 2)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 25 2019 Gmail Re Audubon story Robert M peck Senior Fellow of the Academy The Academy of Natural Sciences Robert Peck Fri Jul 30 2010 at 8 47 PM To ericnumis aol com Thank you Diana for providing the link to your very nice story It was a pleasure to talk with you this afternoon Best wishes Bob Robert M Peck Senior Fellow of the Academy The Academy of Natural Sciences Diana Barr 07 30 10 6 57 PM Quoted text hidden http


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    John Burroughs School Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 3)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    nniversary of the Scholarshop I looked for Dorothy Lee Pelton s name in our database and she was indeed a JBS alum I will definitely follow up after I get this issue to press I have included mention of Mrs Edison at the end of the Audubon article But I d like to give Mrs Newman a more active role if it is appropriate Would it be accurate to include the following in the second paragraph peck decided to give it one more try He contacted Newman who is a numismatic historian and scholar and Newman with the help of his wife of 70 years Evelyn Edison Newman 37 started looking They searched for grouse pictures Following is the draft that includes your edits from yesterday with a mention of Mrs Newman at the end of the article Let me know if I can change it as suggested ab


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    David Gladfelter Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 19)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    The article is by staff writer Sandy Bauers She says What Robert peck curator Academy of Natural Sciences and Eric Newman a numismatic historian from St Louis found has rocked the world of Audubon scholars who are calling their discovery a eureka moment I will save this article for you As you know the Library Company of Philadelphia will also publish your findings in their journal this fall Nice work David Fri Jul 30 2010 at 10 22 AM David You we


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    Robert peck Correspondence 2010 Eric P Newman Correspondence Peck Robert M Eric P Newman Email correspondence between Eric P Newman and Robert Peck on varying topics


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 78)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    M Gmail Eric Newman RE New Year Greetings from Bob peck 3 messages Dear Eric I hope your Christmas was a good one and that you were able to spend it with your family and friends In going through my office for its annual year end clean up I found a check that you sent me last October October 2010 for 63 50 for the offprints of our Audubon banknote article For some reason I never cashed this and have only rediscovered it now Since I am sure th


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 84)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 18 2019 Gmail RE New Year Greetings from Bob peck Phone Fax e mail Wed Dec 28 2011 at 2 47 PM Dear Bob Thank you for the Holiday greetings and I am glad to reciprocate I still receive further comment on our Audubon work and recently had occasion to read some of Ford s 1897 publications and noticed that an illustration of a page from his journals which seems to have three separate bird feathers drawn on the same one page sheet by Audubon


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 85)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    1 18 2019 Gmail RE New Year Greetings from Bob peck Senior Fellow of the Academy Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia PA 19103 1195 Phone Fax e mail From mai V r Sent Weanesaay ecemDer 28 2011 2 47 PM To Robert Peck Subject Re New Year Greetings from Bob Peck Quoted text hidden https mail google eom mail u 1 ik 504c5c6882 view pt search all permthid thread f 3A138946396178906


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    Robert Peck Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 93)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    RE Reproduction rights M Gmail Eric Newman RE Reproduction rights 1 message Hi Joel Thanks for your message and congratulations on your book I am delighted that you will be telling the Grouse ban kn ote story Did I ever send you the full paper In case not or in case you need the reference for a footnote citation you can see it at the following link http www ansp org about publications peck_Newman_2010_JER 30 3 pdf htt p www ansp or q about publications Peck Newman 2010 JER 30 3 pdf To obtain the imageorpermissiontouse the image you should contact my co author Eric P Newman His e mail address is I will look forward to reading your book With all best wishes for the new year I remain As ever Bob Robert M Peck Curator of Art and Artifacts and Senior Fellow of the Academy


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    Jim Haxby Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 6)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    tal image which could be used for publication as the engraving firm s name particularly is very unclear on the image in the book you sent Perhaps the publisher has such an image The 6th edition is dated 2008 and I wonder if another edition is in the works To answer your questions about my progress I am glad to tell you that University of Pennsylvania Press has printed the off prints ordered by peck and me at our expense and said they are on the way to Peck Peck will then send me a group of off prints I have not even seen an original printing of the Journal of the Early Republic containing our article printed by the above Press and thus have been delayed in the revision I have started it I want to eliminate anything without real numismatic interest and am urged by the Numismatist to ha


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    Mark Borckardt Correspondence, 2010 (pg. 12)

    /2010 [Numismatics Numismatics Correspondence]

    in Montgomery County mentioned that he had given a drawing of a running grouse to a Philadelphia engraver for use on a New Jersey banknote It would have been a key moment the first published illustration for the struggling artist then 29 years old But if so where was it Nobody could find it And as time went by many began to dismiss the story as a typical Audubon exaggeration But Robert peck curator of art and artifacts at the Academy of Natural Sciences decided to give it one last try What he and Eric Newman a numismatic historian from St Louis found has rocked the world of Audubon scholars who are calling their discovery a eureka moment Their quest began about a decade ago when Newman visited the academy as part of a tour of libraries and important collections He and Pe


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    Sale 60 (1 of 3) [ANS New Netherlands Coin Company records, box 5, folder 10] (pg. 52)

    12/3/1968

    which it closely resembles The AU example in our last sale sold for 110 to a floor buyer Dr Black coll Splendid Pair of London Elephant Tokens 243 Elephant Token 1672 London Halfpenny Elephant tusks nearly or quite touch toothed border Rev Arms of the City dagger in first quarter no diagonal cross 6 pointed star below LONDON GOD PRESERVE Thick flan weight 229 grains peck 503 Uncirculated light original red blend ing with olive Planchet with far fewer defects than usual but showing two or three minute granular pit like flaws behind the elephant s ear and a few traces of verdigris mostly upon the obverse An exceptional specimen superior to all but one we have ever offered Worth considerably more than the MS 60 example in our June 1967 offering which realiz


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    Rochester Numismatic Association Minutes, 1955 (pg. 36)

    /1955 Rochester

    son Valance W Judson Mrs Valance W Kolb Alphonse A Kolb Mrs Alphonse A Laufer Ray D Winstanley Miss Edna McGowan lames I McGowan Mrs Stella McGrath William MacMillan Dr John M MaoMillan Mrs John M Moyes William R Moyes Mrs Edna K Nash Burdette R Nash Mrs Burdette R Newell Floyd B Newell Mrs Floyd B Osterman Howard F Osterman Mrs Stella Osterman Mrs Ann peck H Peck Mrs Wm H Pittman John J Pittman Mrs Gehring C Pittenger Arnold J Place S Clarke Place Mrs Mildred Orbaker Miss Jean Wilson Harold Plumb Harold W Plumb Mrs Marie W Prince Norman F Prince Mrs Norman F Frioker Mrs W Quagliana Edwin V Quagliana Mrs Edwin V Ricard Charles J Roecker Robert M Rutali s Anthony Rutalis Mr 8 Louise Skinner Gordon J Skin


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    Rochester Numismatic Association Minutes, 1954 (pg. 35)

    /1954 Rochester

    W A Jr Harris John Harris Mrs John Judd B Judd Mrs A B Judd Miohael Smith Barbara Judson V W Judson Mrs V W Kolb Alphonse A Kolb Mrs A A Engel Albie Engel Mrs Albie McGowan James I McGowan Mrs J I McGrath William Mrs MacMillan Dr John M MacMillan Mrs J M Nash Burdette R Newell Floyd B Newell Mrs F B Osterman Howard F Osterman Mrs Stella peck W H Peck Mrs W H Pheilshifter Ralph Pittenger Arnold J Pittman John J Pittman Mrs J J Place S Clark Plumb H W Plumb Mrs H W Prince Norman F Prince Mrs Norman F Fricker Mrs W Quagliana Edwin V Quagliana Mrs E V Ricard Charles J Roeoker Robert M Rutalis Anthony Rutalis Mrs Anthony Shaver W R Sloane John W Sloane Irvin Sloane Mrs Irvin Sloane


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    Rochester Numismatic Association Minutes, 1951 (pg. 30)

    /1951 Rochester

    Three Newell at the end of the program and all present benefited to some extent from the speakers efforts j After the propram the club auction v as held with John Pittman acting as auctioneer Commission received froai t e sale was 2 70 Respectfully sjlbmltted Secretarv P S The application of Wm Henry peck was voted on at this meeting and he was unamimous ly elected to membership Congratulations Mr Peck V If iff The application of Paul Kagin for membership in the R N A was voted on at this meeting and failing to meet the required majority his check was returned to him The ballot was 15 for 6 against L L_


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    Rochester Numismatic Association Minutes, 1956 (pg. 33)

    /1956 Rochester

    nk A MacMillan Dr John M MaoMillan Mrs John M McGowan James 1 McGowan Mrs Stella Moyes William R Moyes Mrs Edna K McGrath William Newell Floyd B Newell Mrs Floyd B Nash Burdette R Nash Mrs Burdette R Ogg Robert E Osterman Howard F Osterman Mrs Stella Prinoe Norman F Prince Mrs Norman F Place S Clarke Place Mrs Mildred Plumb Harold W Plumb Mrs Marie W peck William H Banquet at the Manger Rochester Hotel 7 1956 Pittman John J Pittman Mrs Gehring C Quagliana Edwin V Quagliana Mrs Edwin V Roeoker Robert M Rioard Charles J Saunders Miss Ruth Sommer Miss Marie J Skinner Gordon J Skinner Mrs Gordon J Sloane John W Radtke Mrs Louise Sloane Erwin Sloane Mrs Erwin Sloane Marvin Sloane Mrs Marvin Sloane Willard Sloane Mrs


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    Richard Picker Correspondence, 1964 (pg. 66)

    /1964 Numismatics; Correspondence; American Colonial Money; Fugios; Continental Dollar; Colonial notes

    er P O BOX 366 ALBERTSON LONG ISLAND N Y Area Code 516 MAyfair 1 0763 2 22 64 Desr Eric These two look very suspicious to me They are being offered to me by a dealer and I i an trace them back to another reputable dealer in England These might be another link in the chain that might lead us to the English counterfeiters peck page 139 says that he was able to examine 32 specimens and that they all appeared to be from the same pair of dies I had Ted heck them with his pieces and his notes are on the back of one of the envelopes Though very similar I think that they re from different dies That alone isn t so important Peck could have missed it but the almost exact weight is very suspicious Ted feels that t


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    H. Allen Curtis Correspondence, 1969-1973 (pg. 12)

    1/1/1969

    d with the manuscript Enclosed is another copy of my April 5 1969 letter to replace the missing one You may or may not be interested in my motivation for writing the article but in case you are here it is The area of my greatest numismatic interest is English coinage after the Restoration In my modest collection I have a 1690 tin farthing which I treasure In the first edition of C Wilson peck s classic English Copper Tin he stated on pg 1 56 in regard to a 1689 tin farthing with mistakenly paired edge inscription NVMMORVM FAMVLVS 1690 Far more puzzling is the fact that no 2nd issue farthing has so far been traced with the particular 1690 edge with 5 pointed mullets My 2nd issue tin farthing did have 5 pointed mullets but appeared to have an extra one the lower


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