Event with MoAF founder John Herzog on the trading of securities, liquidation of paper assets and notable certificates of the historic Penn Central bankruptcy.
Mr. Herzog is the Museum’s founder and Chairman Emeritus. He is also Chairman Emeritus of Spink/Smythe, an auction house specializing in antique stocks and bonds, banknotes, coins, autographs and photographs. He has collected financial memorabilia for more than 40 years, with a particular interest in American Revolutionary bonds and other 18th century documents, and has donated much of his personal collection to the Museum. Formerly he was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Herzog Heine Geduld, Inc.
The Penn Central Bankruptcy And Certificate Horde
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