SCOTT J. WINSLOW ASSOCIATES INC.
actively handles a wide variety of historical American collectibles specializing in autographs, manuscripts, stocks and bonds, paper money and a wide variety of historical americana. Since 1985, we have successfully served an extensive client base, including museums, libraries, universities, and private collectors. We have paid many millions of dollars for documents, ranging from one piece to major collections involving thousands of items.
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The 16th Annual National Stock & Bond Show
January 27 - 28 , 2017
Crowne Plaza Hotel - Dulles Airport
2200 Centreville Road
Herndon, Virginia 20170
For Hotel Information Call 800-227-6963 and Mention Code "ANC"
For Show Information Call Bob Schell at 715-542-2321
Highly Colorful And Graphic Advertising Broadside - American Fashions 1866-67[Genio Scott].22 7/8” x 18 1/4” poster advertising “American Fashions Fall & Winter 1866, 67 by Genio C. Scott, No 171 Broadway New York.” Wonderfully illustrated with twenty-two color drawings of the seasons’ fashions. .
Genio Columbus Scott began his career in the fashion periodical business in New York City, publishing Scott’s Report of Fashions and The Monitor of Fashion. He also owned a clothing store on Broadway called Fashions. However, his true love was fly fishing. He wrote Fishing in American Waters (1875), illustrating it with 170 of his own pencil sketches. Extremely Fine.$750.00
A RARE BOND ISSUED DURING THE WAR OF 1812 ENDORSED BY JOHN JACOB ASTOR
JOHN JACOB ASTOR (1763-1848). Fur trader; Capitalist. Astor remains as one of the quintessential representations of wealth in America. He was certainly the greatest merchant of his time, with the beginning of his fortune being founded upon fur trading and his founding of the American Fur Company. By investing much of his profits in New York real estate, he gained control of a large portion of Manhattan property, building some of its most prominent early buildings. He was for some time, the wealthiest individual in America. At the time of his death, his fortune was conservatively estimated at $20,000,000.
This loan was authorized by Congress on February 8, 1813 to fund a extremely large projected deficit resulting from carrying on the war against Great Britain. Endorsed on verso by John Jacob Astor and Peter Schenck, a partner of Astor's in a variety of business dealings.$19,500.00