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    John Reich Journal

    10/1/1992

    uke doubled his money and I made $100 and Richard got a nice looking Houck’s counterstamp for a very reasonable price. The 1832 Houck’s came back on the market May 31, 1992 in Superior Galleries’ auction The Dr. Jack Adams Collection (which featured other important collections from Tom Morley, Richard Pugh and the Federal Trade Commission) Lot 1489. I bought it and it is not for sale! 1832 0106 - houck's Panacea counterstamp. fed. - Photo courtesy of Superior Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA.J 39


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 21, No. 1 (83)

    3/1/2000

    Hanover Sts. In 1851 Henry T. Houck became proprietor of the business. He must have sold the rights to produce the medicine, as a bottle exists with Goddletsville. TN address, with another made in Nashville. The 1855 Nashville city directory earned an ad by A.G. Goodlet (presumably Goodlclsville was named for his family) who stated he now sold Houck’s Panacea, popular in both the South and North “houck's/Panacea/Baltimore” BAR-PUNCH, in loal shaped indentation. Bold, clear VF c/m fully in field, on choice Fine 1834 Bust Half Dollar. One of the most sought after US c/m, a classic collected for over a century! Also listed as Hard Times Token R-141 . (S60-H-190b on 1834 half) A lower grade example sold for S665 in the Stacks Sept. 1996 sale. An 1835 half in a recent Bowers <£ Merena sale brought $14


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    Maryland TAMS Journal, Vol. 21, No. 1 (83)

    3/1/2000

    Hanover Sts. In 1851 Henry T. Houck became proprietor of the business. He must have sold the rights to produce the medicine, as a bottle exists with Goddletsville. TN address, with another made in Nashville. The 1855 Nashville city directory earned an ad by A.G. Goodlet (presumably Goodlclsville was named for his family) who stated he now sold Houck’s Panacea, popular in both the South and North “houck's/Panacea/Baltimore” BAR-PUNCH, in loal shaped indentation. Bold, clear VF c/m fully in field, on choice Fine 1834 Bust Half Dollar. One of the most sought after US c/m, a classic collected for over a century! Also listed as Hard Times Token R-141 . (S60-H-190b on 1834 half) A lower grade example sold for S665 in the Stacks Sept. 1996 sale. An 1835 half in a recent Bowers <£ Merena sale brought $14


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    John Reich Journal

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