Delivery to my PO Box ~06.22.2011, small cutout paper w/ numbers
Click here to submit a clue for this page. 12/12/2011 name: jeff
Comments: This clue has to do with the Brashier Dabloon Today 12 December 2011 Yahoo.com news told of a sale of a Brashier dabloon like the one featured in a much earlier article-I will paste the story in this field I belive the seller may know the maydaymystery.org people. AP Exclusive: Rare 1787 gold coin fetches $7.4M By MARY FOSTER | AP – 8 hrs ago RELATED CONTENT In a photo provided by Blanchard and Company, Inc., a rare 1787 gold Brasher doubloon, … In a photo provided by Blanchard and Company, Inc., a rare 1787 gold Brasher doubloon, … NEW ORLEANS (AP) — An exceedingly rare 1787 gold Brasher doubloon has been sold for $7.4 million, one of the highest prices ever paid for a gold coin. Blanchard and Co., the New Orleans-based coin and precious metals company that brokered the deal, said the doubloon was purchased by a Wall Street investment firm. Identities of the buyer and seller were not disclosed. Minted by Ephraim Brasher, a goldsmith and neighbor of George Washington, the coin contains 26.66 grams of gold — slightly less than an ounce. Worth about $15 when it was minted, the gold value today would be more than $1,500. The Brasher doubloon is considered the first American-made gold coin denominated in dollars; the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia didn't begin striking coins until the 1790s.
Un Ami 09/06/2013
I find an error, and Tanuki is not quite right - this clue is for another page. PEth – phosphorylethanolamine!