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    Philip Peck

    Harper's Weekly (pg. 332)

    /1866 Numismatics; Periodicals

    ll at 1 2 lbs Imperial B jS Scott at 1 21 lbs Gunpowder B S Scott at 1 lbs Young Hyson A C Shumway at 1 250 625 250 250 2 50 2 50 1 lb Oolong A C Shumway at 1 00 1 00 lbs Imperial A Hakes at 1 21 5 lbs Young Hyson John Miller at 1 21 2 lbs Oolong Mrs L Booth at 10 2 lbs Young Hyson J W McCutchin at 1 21 2 lbs Philip Peck at 12 2 lbs S H Wetmore at 12 lib Uncolored Japan S H Wetmore at 12 1 lb Young Hyson Geo P Smith at 12 1 lb Imperial Geo P Smith at 1 2 1 lb Young Hyson N Smith at 1 2 1 lb Imperial H Cliapen at 1 lb Oolong 3 75 6 25 2 00 12 12 H Chapen at 125 100 125 1 lb Oolong Richard Hoadley at 1 00 1 00 2 lbs Young Hyson Theo


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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine (pg. 229)

    12/25/1966 Numismatics; Periodicals

    ng a set may acquire them for 50c plus a self addressed envelope by writing the club at 18814 Florwood Ave Torrance Calif 90504 Limit one set per person Ancient Coin Society of New York Formed A group of ancient coin collectors in New York City got together and organized the Ancient Coin Society of New York Monthly meetings are held and a newsletter is sent to mem bers Bill Selfridge and Philip Peck were speakers at recent meetings Collectors interested in joining the society may contact Cyrus Elliott 21 Overlook Rd Hastings on Hud son N Y 10706 Dues are 5 00 per year Trend to Currency Unions The issue of a common currency or a currency union appears on the agenda in three continents Europe America and Africa Unlike the monetary unions of the 19th century such as the Latin M


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    The Numismatic Scrapbook Magazine (pg. 213)

    1/25/1967 Numismatics; Periodicals

    w These are still avail able for 1 each or 3 for 2 postpaid Wooden quarters were made by a rotary wood slicing machine and processed by club members These are available at 10c plus 10c postage up to 10 pieces 20c postage over 10 pieces Address the Greater Mans field Philatelic and Numismatic Soci ety P O Box 271 Mansfield Ohio 44901 John R Solomon General Chairman Club Speakers Philip Peck N J Numismatic Soci ety subject Some Amusing Ex periences Encountered as Curator of Coins Mary Ellen Newell West Valley Calif Coin Club subject Monies of the Civil War Harvey Rose International Nu mismatic Society of San Diego Calif subject Coinage of Guate mala Evelyn Manning Beaumont Tex Coin Club subject Elementary Coin Collecting Ken Morse Union County N


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    Coin World [12/01/1965] (pg. 37)

    12/1/1965

    COIN WORLD Wednesday December 1 1965 Poge Thirty Seven Money Museum Features Patte Don Taxay right curator of the Chase Manhattan Bank Money Museum points out a trial piece of special interest to Philip Peck assistant curator The museum located at 1254 Avenue of the Americas in New York City is currently featuring a display of essay or trial or pattern coins Coins displayed which are of interest include a 1792 eagle on globe pattern in white metal a 50 gold piece dated 1877 of gilt copper an 1852 annular gold half dollar and an 1804 silver dollar Admission is free to the museum open from 1


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    Coin World [09/14/1962] (pg. 87)

    9/14/1962

    lo nickel Sendl Gregory A Prince 1090 Acanto Place Lo Angeles 49 Cali fornia 126 MY ONE roll Buffalo s Good to Fine for two 1960 P small date BU or twelve 1955 S BU Lincolns Dominick Caravella 33 24 Farrington Street Flushing 54 New York 126 I960 DOUBLE D dime cracked quarter 1962 P nickel double profile errors visible without glass Send G VG S mint Lincolns before 1916 Philip Peck Route 1 Newtown Connecticut vl26 TRADE NINETEEN 1921 S cents In F VF for 1938 D 1921 PDS 1916 PDS Liberty walking halves Write stating what you have Donald Zeller Maloney Road Pough keepsie New York 126 TWO COMMEMORATIVES BU Booker T Washington and Washington Carver will trade for 1911 S or 1924 D any grade Irving Doktor 5028 West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles 19 California 1


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    Coin World [08/31/1962] (pg. 76)

    8/31/1962

    an 1942 Tombac or 1948 nickel Fine or better Larry Thomas 45 Summer Street Haverhill Massachusetts 124 SILVER DOLLARS have all dates Mor gan and Peace for Indian cents EF to Une Trade Red Book each coin Dollars AU EP and Unc Michael Fehlan Route L Wellington Ohio 126 ANCIENT ROMAN coin loglblc sent to you for Liberty standing quarter legible date and mint mark Many trades Philip Peck 215 West 23rd Street New York 1L New York 124 HELPI NEED Lincolns have nickels Will trade stamp books for coins Under 10c stamp please Write first David Drake 601 15th Street Santa Monica Calif 125 1794 HALF cent Good weak date Will trade for best offer 1914 D or 1931 S Lincolns or key Indians Goorgo Sell welghofer 936 Cromwell Brldgo Road Baltimore 4 Maryland 125 CANAD


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    Coin World [09/07/1962] (pg. 71)

    9/7/1962

    y and semi key nickels Alma Seamon 523 North Sixth Street Baton Rouge Louisiana 126 MY ONE roll Buffalo s Good to Fine for two 1960 P small date BU or twelve 1955 S BU Lincolns Dominick Caravella 33 24 Farrington Street Flushing 54 New York 126 1960 DOUBLE D dime cracked quarter 1962 P nickel double profile errors visible without glass Send G VG S mint Lincolns before 1916 Philip Peck Route 1 Newtown Connecticut 126 TRADE NINETEEN 1921 S cents In F VF for 1938 D 1921 PDS 1916 PDS Liberty walking halves Write stating what you have Donald Zeller Maloney Road Pough keepsle New York 126 TWO COMMEMORATIVE3 BU Booker T Washington and Washington Carver will trade for 1911 S or 1924 D any grade Irving Doktor 5028 West Pico Boulevard Los Angeles 19 California 126


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    Coin World [12/07/1966] (pg. 31)

    12/7/1966

    trans ported as well as prohibitive fines The article notes that dealers located in Mexico City and else where in Mexico apparently have these permits to export Readers are advised to purchase through these channels and to have the dealers send the coins to their homes This procedure it is stated can save the tourist considerable trouble and ex pense Peck To Give Talk At Meet In Newark Philip Peck curator of the Money Museum of the Chase Manhattan Bank of New York will speak before a meeting of the New Jersey Numismatic So ciety on December 8 The ses sion will be held at Military Park hotel Newark N J Collectors in the area are in vited to attend to hear Peck speak on Some Amusing Experi ences Encountered as Curator of Coins East African Coin The one shilling coins of East


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    Coin World [02/08/1967] (pg. 54)

    2/8/1967

    l Coin Show of the Waterloo and Cedar Falls Coin Clubs It will be held April 23 in down town Waterloo Several classes will be open for exhibits and bourse tables may be reserved with Jack Kel ler P O Box 179 Waterloo Io wa 50704 Doors will be open from 9 a m until 5 p m The Decline of Art which ac companied the Decline of the Ro man Empire was the subject of a recent talk given by Philip Peck to the Ancient Coin Society of New York N Y Peck a member of the staff of the Chase Manhattan Money Museum used several ancient coins to illustrate his talk The group was established last fall but has withheld formal af filiation with any other group until they are assured that their objectives are identical with those of the affiliating organiza tion according to Cyrus M El liott


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    Coin World [01/18/1967] (pg. 40)

    1/18/1967

    Known Today nr t fUWI Nrt HiHfl t fppl like DUt Sperry Heads Marion Club A _ m T Today in its beautiful quar ters in Radio City in the heart of mid town New York the Chase collec tion which ma tured under the excellent cura tors Zerbe Ver non Brown and Don Taxay is A Kosoff a must for out of town collec tors Its present director is Mrs Caroline Harris Philip Peck is assistant curator Our active collectors Includ ed men like Moritz Wormser El liott Smith Fred C C Boyd Howland Wood Julius Guttag T O Mabbott Leonard Kuster er Robert Robertson Edward L Newell H V H Proskey Ar ther C Wyman George H Blake Sidney P Noe and Ja cob Marx among others in the New York City area Leading lights in other cities were collectors like Billy Su


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    The Numismatist, January 1966 (pg. 9)

    1/1/1966 ANA Numismatist

    you We will never reach a point where we will be satisfied There will always be new horizons new goals new objectives In all our endeavors it will be our purpose to produce currency and our other secu rity printed products at the highest standard of quality and security at tainable New York Exhibit Don Taxay r curator of Chase Manhattan bank money museum goes over a new exhibit with Philip Peck assistant curator The ex hibit of U S essay coins features a number of great rarities The museum is open from 10 a m to 5 p m Tuesday through Saturday admission free JANUARY 1966 9


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