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26 1887 | Jan. 6 | From Theodore Frick. 3252 Chestnut St Philadelphia | 20 Centimes of Switzerland 1885 | 10 do do do. [[ditto for Centimes of Switzerland 1885]] | 5 do. do. do. [[ditto for Centimes of Switzerland 1885]] Jan. 20 | From George P. Pilling. S. E. Cor. 10th & Chestnut Sts. Phila. | Aluminum watch chains, From the residue of the ingot used by Col. Wm. Frishmuth in casting the Aluminum Apex now surmounting the cap stone of the Washington Monument. Feb. 11. | From Mrs. R. L. Stewart, New York, | The original Count de Fleury, [[strikethrough]]Medal[[/strikethrough]] Silver Medal. For Stony Point. March 7. | From Commerzienzath Vogel. Chemnitz, Saxony, | A large Silver Medal, of Bernhard of Sax-Weimar, Germany, 1639. May 5 | Gustaf Berg, 227 S. 13th St. Philadelphia | silver. | 1 Krone. | 50- Ore | 25- do. [[ditto for Ore]] | 10- do. [[ditto for Ore]] | copper | 5 ore | 2 do. [[ditto for ore]] | 1 do. [[ditto for ore]]
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