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    Harper's Monthly Magazine

    /1914

    Highlight: “I’d be — glad to have him stay here,” said Treadway, a bit huskily. “It’s a fine place for a little fellow. . . . But — ” “ But — nothin’,” growled Zaanan. “Kin he stay or can’t he?” Treadway frowned an instant at the old man, then smiled. “As far as I’m concerned,” he said, “he can stay — and — and I’m more glad than I can tell you to have such a place to leave him. You know I’m alone. I can’t give him a home^-” Again Zaanan Frame chuckled. Hitherto Melvin Treadway had been able to visit his son once a month. ,He had believed it impossible to come of- tener. But presently he found himself traveling to the Guide farm once in two weeks. At the end of six months he arrived every Saturday night and re- mained over Sunday. . . . He found himself welcome. It was midwinter when he sat in the

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1920)

    1/1/1920

    Highlight: Treadway. May I ask a question there, Mr. Chairman ? May I see if I understand that idea, Mr. Leffingv'ell? We have now out- standing about $25,000,000,000 of bonds 1 Mr. Leffingwele. Yes, sir; bonds and certificates and notes. Mr. Treadway. Having to do with the war? - Mr. Leffingwele. That is the gross debt. Mr. Treadway-and-a-half part of what we now have— do I understand from your argument that you would expect to see the outstanding twenty-five billions depreciate in value that 12i per cent? Mr. Leffingwele. No; I would not go as far as that. Mr. Treadway. Well, isn’t that the line of your argument? Mr. Leffingwele. No. The Government instruments of credit are part of the whole mass of instruments of

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1920)

    1/1/1920

    Highlight: Treadway. Mr. Leffingwell, you have said several times that the least injurious method would be, in your opinion, some additional method of taxation ? Mr. Leffingwell. Yes, sir. Mr. Treadway. Have you any views to express as to the form of taxation? Mr. Leffingwell. The only method that occurs to me would be the imposition of additional normal income taxes. Mr. Treadway. That would be on the normal income ? Mr. Leffingwell. Normal income taxes. Mr. Treadway. There have been several suggestions of placing it on incomes above $25,000. Mr. Leffingwell. The situation, in my opinion, is this; We have f one beyond the point of productivity with respect to surtaxes. 'o-day the country is suffering from a lack of capital for investment purposes. That is because you can not get the same dollar twic

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1920)

    1/1/1920

    Highlight: Treadwayive it as an honorable document. To what extent would you consider the likelihood of those bonds getting into the general market ? Mr. Leffingwell. That would just mean that he would get 30 cents on the dollar instead of some larger amount. If you give a man something that is not negotiable, and he wants money, then he doesn’t get so much money ■«men he sells it as he otherwise would. Mr. Treadway. The suggestion has not been made, I tMnk, that they would not be negoti^e, but would be issued to the individual soldier boy and then he could do as he saw fit. The testimony was given this morning by one of the Members of the House that m his

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1920)

    1/1/1920

    Highlight: Treadway. Even starting with $25,000 ? Mr. Leffingwell. Well, it may be that you can straighten out the line a little. I think there is a bit of sag in some of the lower brackets. Mr.- Treadway. Just where do you consider that sag is? Mr. Leffingwell. I would not be able to say offhand. It is a long time since I studied the figures, but my impression is that the line sags in just a little bit, and it might move up a little bit straighter. I question, though, whether there is any considerable amount of revenue to be had by that method. There is one thing about the productivity of taxes that we must all bear in mind. The taxes we are collecting are on the present basis of industrial activity, and one can not feel perfect confidence that business is going to remain speeded up, or prices are

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    Rochester Numismatic Association Minutes, 1955

    /1955

    Highlight: List of those present at the Annual Banquet at the Treadway Inn Jan. 8, 1955 - Mumford L. Barnes, Mrs. Jane Bauer, George J. Bauer, Clem J, Bauer, Mrs. Clem J. Bloom, Barney Bloom, Mrs. Rose Bordwell, Wm. K. Jfhite, James Boylen, George E. Cady, Dr. Franois Cady, Mrs. Ruth Chapin, Herbert L. - Caledonia Cohen, Jack Cohen, Mrs. Jack Costello, Edward J. Costello, Mrs. Edward J. Cowley, Mrs. Mildred V. Cox, Edmund J. Dean, Alex - Caledonia Elston, Wm A. Jr. Elston, Esther Mrs. Elstoh, Wm. A. Sr. - Pittsford Elston, Mrs. W. A. Sr. Roller, Mrs. Mary Foster, Charles W. Foster, Mrs. Catherine Gilroy, Edward A. Gilroy, Mrs. Rita Harris, John Harris, Mrs. John Judd, Arnim B. Judd, Mrs. Marian Judd, Michael Smith, Miss Barbara Judson, Valance W. Judson, Mrs. Valance W. Kolb, Alphonse A. Kolb, Mrs.

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    Rochester Numismatic Association Minutes, 1955

    /1955

    Highlight: Page # 3 - 935th - meeting Treadway Inn had not served the soup as ordered at our Annual Banquet and an error was made in their charge for this affair. He explained that the 031 was paid in addition to the original bill. T&4s makes the Banquet bill 0341.35. There was a balanoe of 031.05 left over from the ticket sale on aooount of this error. This amount along with an approved appropriation of 013.95 was used to pay for the entertainment oost of 035. The Vioe- Pres- ident told of a new record of 105 attending the banquet. He thanked Alph- onse A. Kolb for his part in arranging the entertainment that turned out to be of the highest oalibre. Letters of thanks were sent to those making donations to be used as favors. Herbert W. VandenBrul commented that our Vice-President did an excel- j ob

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    Karl Moulton, October 2000, List #3

    1/10/2000

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 10/25/1935 John G. Townsend, 73pp., 1612 Lots Nice Early Large Cents 20. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots Nice Gold Dollars 20. 01/20/1937 Another copy, Elder’s checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don’t take this." Obviously, somebody did. Has

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    Karl Moulton, May 2001, List #2

    1/5/2001

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 20. - 10 -

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    Karl Moulton, November 2001, List #4

    1/11/2001

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988. Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 10/25/1935 John G. Townsend, 73pp., 1612 Lots, Nice Early Large Cents 20. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars 20. Another copy. Elder's checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don’t take this.” Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spin

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    Karl Moulton, June 2002, List #2

    1/6/2002

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars 20. Another copy, Elder's checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don't take this." Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover corners torn. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton

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    Karl Moulton, January 2003, List #1

    1/1/2003

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & LG. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars 20. Another copy, Elder's checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don’t take this." Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover corners torn. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton

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    Karl Moulton, December 2003

    1/12/2003

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars 20. Another copy, Elder's checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don't take this.” Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover comers tom. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton

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    Karl Moulton, April 2004

    1/4/2004

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars. Elder’s checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don't take this.” Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover corners torn. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, S. Von

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    Karl Moulton, October 2004

    1/10/2004

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to'the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1 827 Bust Quarters . 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars. Elder's checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don’t take this.” Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover corners torn. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, S. Von

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    Karl Moulton, September 2005

    1/9/2005

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars. Elder’s checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don’t take this.” Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover corners torn. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, S. Von

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    Karl Moulton, January 2006

    1/1/2006

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 04/03/1936 Livingston, 82pp., 1858 Lots 15. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, S. Von Lieven, G. Ross, & Clancy, 94pp., 2055 Lots, Early Quarter Eagles, & Early Copper. A few pencil marks & prices . Pt HWP 18. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots . 12. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch,

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    Karl Moulton, Fall/Winter 2007

    1/9/2007

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots .. 15. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., 770 Lots 15. 03/23/1938 A. R. Gray, D.P. Dickie & F. Herrick, 168pp., 3419 Lots, Has sold for more at auction 20. GEORGE FARRIER 05/02/1876 Coins & Medals, 77pp., 1940 Lots 45. 31

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    Karl Moulton, Winter 2008

    1/12/2008

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots 15. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., < 770 Lots 15. 03/23/1938 A. R. Gray, D.P. Dickie & F. Herrick, 168pp., 3419 Lots, Has sold for more at auction 20. GEORG E FARRIER < 05/02/1876 Coins & Medals, 77pp., 1940 Lots 45.1 8

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    Karl Moulton, Spring/Summer 2009

    1/3/2009

    Highlight: 05/10/1935 Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots Few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated ’’Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collec- tion prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 25. 7

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    Karl Moulton, Winter 2009/2010

    1/12/2009

    Highlight: 05/10/1935 Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots Few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collec- tion prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots .. 15. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., 770 Lots 15. 03/23/1938 A. R. Gray, D.P. Dickie & F. Herrick, 168pp., 3419 Lots, Has sold for more at auction 20. GEORGE FARRIER 05/02/1876 Coins & Medals, 77pp., 1940 Lots 45. FEDERAL BRAND

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    Karl Moulton, Spring/Summer 2010

    1/3/2010

    Highlight: 05/10/1935 Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots Few prices In pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collec- tion prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots . 15. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., 770 Lots 15. 03/23/1938 A.R. Gray, D.P. Dickie & F. Herrick, 168pp., 3419 Lots, Has sold for more at auction 20. GEORGE FARRIER 05/02/1876 Coins & Medals, 77pp., 1940 Lots 45. FEDERAL BRAND (U.S.

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    Karl Moulton, Summer/Fall 2011

    1/6/2011

    Highlight: 05/10/1935 Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots Few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated "Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collec- tion prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots 15. ED FROSSARD 03/23/1881 American & Foreign Coins, 46pp., 1079 Lots, Index page torn. Interesting commentary of Becker's forgeries of Ancient coins 20. i Another copy Nicer 25. I 05/27/1881 Sale #14, 25pp., 611 Lots Taped rear cover with several uncut

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 75]

    /1907

    Highlight: Treadway, Pres., In place of E. B. Dunbar, deceased; W. A. Ingraham, Vlce-Pres., In place of Chas. T. Treadway. Middletown— Middletown National Bank; Wm. W. Wilcox, Vloe-Pres., In place of Hy. Woodward. New HaVen— ^Second National Bank; James S. Hemingway, Second Vlce- Pres. Ridgefield— First National Bank; A. V. Davis, Chshler, In place of D. S. Sholes. — ^Ridgefield Savings Bank; D. S. Sholes, Pres., deceased. FLORIDA. Alachua^-^nk of Alachua; W. J. GaJl- oway. Asst. Chshler. Miami — Bank of Bay Blscayne; Jos, A, McDonald GEORGIA. Acworth— S. Lemon Banking Co.; O. Awtrey, Pres.; Jas. W. McMillan, Vlce-Pres. Atlanta — Lowry National Dank; capital Increased from 1600,000 to 1800,000. Fitzgerald— Citizens' Bank; J. H. Good- win, Vice-Pres.; J. H. Harris, Chsh- ler. Fort Gaines— First

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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1920)

    1/1/1920

    Highlight: Treadwayri«[an. If there is no objection that course will be taken. Mr. Garner. Let him get an authentic statement from Mr. Mc- Adoo as to what he said. I am perfectly willing to have it go into the record, but we ought to write to Mr. McAdoo and ask him to send a copy of the statement that he made. I would not like to put into the record a newspaper report of what he is alleged to have said. Mr. Treadway. Certainly, it ought to be a correct statement. The Chairman. Then if that is agreeable to

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    Karl Moulton, October 2000, List #3

    1/10/2000

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 10/25/1935 John G. Townsend, 73pp., 1612 Lots Nice Early Large Cents 20. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots Nice Gold Dollars 20. 01/20/1937 Another copy, Elder’s checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don’t take this." Obviously, somebody did. Has

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    Karl Moulton, May 2001, List #2

    1/5/2001

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 20. - 10 -

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    Karl Moulton, November 2001, List #4

    1/11/2001

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988. Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 10/25/1935 John G. Townsend, 73pp., 1612 Lots, Nice Early Large Cents 20. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars 20. Another copy. Elder's checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don’t take this.” Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spin

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    Karl Moulton, June 2002, List #2

    1/6/2002

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars 20. Another copy, Elder's checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don't take this." Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover corners torn. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton

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    Karl Moulton, January 2003, List #1

    1/1/2003

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & LG. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars 20. Another copy, Elder's checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don’t take this." Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover corners torn. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton

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    Karl Moulton, December 2003

    1/12/2003

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars 20. Another copy, Elder's checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don't take this.” Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover comers tom. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton

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    Karl Moulton, April 2004

    1/4/2004

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars. Elder’s checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don't take this.” Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover corners torn. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, S. Von

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    Karl Moulton, October 2004

    1/10/2004

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to'the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1 827 Bust Quarters . 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars. Elder's checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don’t take this.” Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover corners torn. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, S. Von

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    Karl Moulton, September 2005

    1/9/2005

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 20. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 01/20/1937 Street, Knowles, W.S. Crowther, Schley, 142pp., 3183 Lots, Nice Gold Dollars. Elder’s checking copy. Possibly used on the podium at the sale. Elder wrote “don’t take this.” Obviously, somebody did. Has taped spine and front cover corners torn. Interesting 20. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, S. Von

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    Karl Moulton, January 2006

    1/1/2006

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 04/03/1936 Livingston, 82pp., 1858 Lots 15. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, S. Von Lieven, G. Ross, & Clancy, 94pp., 2055 Lots, Early Quarter Eagles, & Early Copper. A few pencil marks & prices . Pt HWP 18. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots . 12. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch,

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    Karl Moulton, May 2006

    1/5/2006

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 18. 05/13/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, S. Von Lieven, G. Ross, & Clancy, 94pp., 2055 Lots, Early Quarter Eagles, & Early Copper. A few pencil marks & prices . Pt HWP 1 8. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots . 12. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., 770 Lots 12. 03/23/1938 A.R. Gray, D.P.

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    Karl Moulton, Fall/Winter 2007

    1/9/2007

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There's a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots .. 15. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., 770 Lots 15. 03/23/1938 A. R. Gray, D.P. Dickie & F. Herrick, 168pp., 3419 Lots, Has sold for more at auction 20. GEORGE FARRIER 05/02/1876 Coins & Medals, 77pp., 1940 Lots 45. 31

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    Karl Moulton, Winter 2008

    1/12/2008

    Highlight: Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots A few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collection prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters . 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots 15. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., < 770 Lots 15. 03/23/1938 A. R. Gray, D.P. Dickie & F. Herrick, 168pp., 3419 Lots, Has sold for more at auction 20. GEORG E FARRIER < 05/02/1876 Coins & Medals, 77pp., 1940 Lots 45.1 8

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    Karl Moulton, Spring/Summer 2009

    1/3/2009

    Highlight: 05/10/1935 Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots Few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated ’’Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collec- tion prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 25. 7

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    Karl Moulton, Winter 2009/2010

    1/12/2009

    Highlight: 05/10/1935 Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots Few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collec- tion prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots .. 15. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., 770 Lots 15. 03/23/1938 A. R. Gray, D.P. Dickie & F. Herrick, 168pp., 3419 Lots, Has sold for more at auction 20. GEORGE FARRIER 05/02/1876 Coins & Medals, 77pp., 1940 Lots 45. FEDERAL BRAND

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    Karl Moulton, Spring/Summer 2010

    1/3/2010

    Highlight: 05/10/1935 Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots Few prices In pencil. 1827 Over-dated “Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collec- tion prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots . 15. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., 770 Lots 15. 03/23/1938 A.R. Gray, D.P. Dickie & F. Herrick, 168pp., 3419 Lots, Has sold for more at auction 20. GEORGE FARRIER 05/02/1876 Coins & Medals, 77pp., 1940 Lots 45. FEDERAL BRAND (U.S.

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    Karl Moulton, Fall/Winter 2010

    1/9/2010

    Highlight: 05/10/1935 Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots Few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated "Restrike" Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collec- tion prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots . 15. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., 770 Lots 15. 03/23/1938 A. R. Gray, D.P. Dickie & F. Herrick, 168pp., 3419 Lots, Has sold for more at auction 20. GEO RGE FARRIER 05/02/1876 Coins & Medals, 77pp., 1940 Lots 45. FED ERAL B RAND

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    Karl Moulton, Summer/Fall 2011

    1/6/2011

    Highlight: 05/10/1935 Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots Few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated "Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collec- tion prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots 15. ED FROSSARD 03/23/1881 American & Foreign Coins, 46pp., 1079 Lots, Index page torn. Interesting commentary of Becker's forgeries of Ancient coins 20. i Another copy Nicer 25. I 05/27/1881 Sale #14, 25pp., 611 Lots Taped rear cover with several uncut

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    Karl Moulton, Winter/Spring 2011

    1/12/2011

    Highlight: 05/10/1935 Treadway, 70pp., 1684 Lots Few prices in pencil. 1827 Over-dated "Restrike” Quarter, which was one of the first important purchases made by the Norweb family. This quarter reappeared in the March 24, 1988, Norweb Collection sold by Bower and Merena. There’s a strong possibility that this was from the Virgil Brand collec- tion prior to the Treadway offering as Brand owned an even dozen over-dated 1827 Bust Quarters 25. 06/22/1935 Wendell C. Foster & L.G. Morris, 46pp., 892 Lots 20. 06/15/1937 Dr. Clifton Wheeler, 128pp., 2819 Lots . 15. 02/26/1938 Julius C. Steele & Edward Rausch, 30pp., GEORGE FARRIER 05/02./1876 Coins & Medals, 77pp., 1940 Lots 35. FEDERAL BRAND (U.S., Foreign) 08/17/54 ANA, 200pp., 4175 Lots 30. 05/19/56 Ohio, 60pp., 2363 Lots 20. 01/11/62 F.U.N., 62pp., 1721

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    Rochester Numismatic Association Minutes, 1955

    /1955

    Highlight: List of those present at the Annual Banquet at the Treadway Inn Jan. 8, 1955 - Mumford L. Barnes, Mrs. Jane Bauer, George J. Bauer, Clem J, Bauer, Mrs. Clem J. Bloom, Barney Bloom, Mrs. Rose Bordwell, Wm. K. Jfhite, James Boylen, George E. Cady, Dr. Franois Cady, Mrs. Ruth Chapin, Herbert L. - Caledonia Cohen, Jack Cohen, Mrs. Jack Costello, Edward J. Costello, Mrs. Edward J. Cowley, Mrs. Mildred V. Cox, Edmund J. Dean, Alex - Caledonia Elston, Wm A. Jr. Elston, Esther Mrs. Elstoh, Wm. A. Sr. - Pittsford Elston, Mrs. W. A. Sr. Roller, Mrs. Mary Foster, Charles W. Foster, Mrs. Catherine Gilroy, Edward A. Gilroy, Mrs. Rita Harris, John Harris, Mrs. John Judd, Arnim B. Judd, Mrs. Marian Judd, Michael Smith, Miss Barbara Judson, Valance W. Judson, Mrs. Valance W. Kolb, Alphonse A. Kolb, Mrs.

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    Rochester Numismatic Association Minutes, 1955

    /1955

    Highlight: Page # 3 - 935th - meeting Treadway Inn had not served the soup as ordered at our Annual Banquet and an error was made in their charge for this affair. He explained that the 031 was paid in addition to the original bill. T&4s makes the Banquet bill 0341.35. There was a balanoe of 031.05 left over from the ticket sale on aooount of this error. This amount along with an approved appropriation of 013.95 was used to pay for the entertainment oost of 035. The Vioe- Pres- ident told of a new record of 105 attending the banquet. He thanked Alph- onse A. Kolb for his part in arranging the entertainment that turned out to be of the highest oalibre. Letters of thanks were sent to those making donations to be used as favors. Herbert W. VandenBrul commented that our Vice-President did an excel- j ob

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 59]

    /1899

    Highlight: Treadway, who has been Cashier of the bank since its organization. He is also prominently identified with many successful manufacturing industries. Morris L. TUIany, for twenty-three years teller in the bank, succeeds Mr. Treadway as Cashier. John H. Sessions, Jr., was elected a director to fill the vacancy caused by his father*s death. A Woman Bank Treasurer.— Mrs. A. A. Merrill has been elected Treasurer of the Fair- field (Me.) Savings Bank, to succeed her husband, the late Simon Merrill. Mrs. Merrill is the second woman in the State to be elected Treasurer of a bank. Boston.— The banks of the State of Maine will be added to the list of country banks which transact business through the Boston Clearing-House. Eventually the banks of other New England States will become patrons of the

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 70]

    /1905

    Highlight: Treadway, deceased; Chas. T. Treadway, Vice-Pres. in place of E. B. Dunbar. DELAWARE. Georgetown — First National Bank; Landreth L Layton, Pres, in place of Jno. L. Thompson. FLORIDA. Jacksonville — Atlantic National Bank; D. D. Upchurch and J. Denham Bird, Aaot Miami — Fort Dallas National Bank; Milton W. Curry and R. R. McCor- mick, Vice-Pres.; Geo. R. Gomph, Cas. in place of C. L Hobbs. Milton — First National Bank; L G. McNabb, Asst. Cas. GEORGIA. Barnesville — First National Bank; W. H. Mitchell, Vice-Pres. in place of W. B. Smith. Calhoun— Calhoun National Bank; A. B. David. Cas. Dawson — Dawson National Bank; R. L Savllle, Cas. in place of M. M. Lowrey; F. E. Clark. Asst. Cas. IDAHO. Coeur D'Alene — First National Bank; J. T. Carroll, Vice-Pres.; Harry A. Kunz, Cas. in place of F. L

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 75]

    /1907

    Highlight: Treadway, Pres., In place of E. B. Dunbar, deceased; W. A. Ingraham, Vlce-Pres., In place of Chas. T. Treadway. Middletown— Middletown National Bank; Wm. W. Wilcox, Vloe-Pres., In place of Hy. Woodward. New HaVen— ^Second National Bank; James S. Hemingway, Second Vlce- Pres. Ridgefield— First National Bank; A. V. Davis, Chshler, In place of D. S. Sholes. — ^Ridgefield Savings Bank; D. S. Sholes, Pres., deceased. FLORIDA. Alachua^-^nk of Alachua; W. J. GaJl- oway. Asst. Chshler. Miami — Bank of Bay Blscayne; Jos, A, McDonald GEORGIA. Acworth— S. Lemon Banking Co.; O. Awtrey, Pres.; Jas. W. McMillan, Vlce-Pres. Atlanta — Lowry National Dank; capital Increased from 1600,000 to 1800,000. Fitzgerald— Citizens' Bank; J. H. Good- win, Vice-Pres.; J. H. Harris, Chsh- ler. Fort Gaines— First

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    The January 2013 Americana Sale

    Highlight: Treadway & Co. Rulau-Un- listed, B-IL-340. Extremely Fine, Cleaned. 34mm. Shell: embossed gilt brass 1868 double eagle obverse (F). Insert: yellow cardboard. HENDRICK, / TREADWAY & CO. / GENER- AL / Insurance Agents / 3 Chambers Commerce / CHICAGO, ILL. From the Stephen L. Tanenbaum Estate. Earlier ex: William Ross; Elenry Spangenberger; Q. David Bowers, November 29, 1982. 14009 Illinois, Chicago. E.H. Stein's Bazaar. Rulau-635, B-IL- 520. About Uncirculated, Light Oxidation. 34 mm. Shell: gilt brass 1868 double eagle obverse (C). Insert: gilt brass. E.H. STEIN'S / BAZAAR / CITY / OF PARIS / No. 83 / S. CLARK ST. /CHICAGO, ILLS. Gem of the West and Soldiers' Friend, Vol. 7, 1879, adver- tisement: "CITY OF PARIS. At Stein's Dollar Store, No. 124 West Madison street (formerly No 83 South

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