NEWMARK & GRUENBERG & Co. A.A.A. S.F. Coffin Whiskey - What's it Worth?

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cannibalfromhannibal

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ETC, ETC...

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Lastly, what you already know.....Jack

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Well, Jim from Idaho was close. John Thomas lists it in the 1974 edition of "Picnics, Coffins And Shoo-Flies" as being made only in 1882-84 but valued at $25.
I've long wanted a copy of this jewel of a book, just never had the money at the right time. I have LOTS of referrence books and this would be in my library if possible. Even with the prices useless, as are many / most price guides, the information is still relevent and can be invaluable when making rarity / desireability comparisons. Thanks for this info. Jack.
 

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