U.S. Congressional Reports
This series covers Congressional reports with numismatic content. These documents provide insight into the legislative process underlying activities of the Mint and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
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Report of Campbell P. White, from the Select Committee on the Gold and Silver Coins of the United States.
22nd Congress, 1st Session, House doc. no. 420.
Gold and silver coins : March 17, 1832 ... Report [of] the Select Committee to whom were referred the consideration of the ... relative value of gold and silver ...
The House committee on coinage considers seignorage charges for bullion deposited at the Mint, and the legal tender status of gold and silver coins. From the 22nd Congress, 1st session, House Resolution no. 7.
Gold and Silver Coins [Report of Committee on Coins.....authorizing prompt payment in coin for bullion delivered at the Mint]
Two extensive reports on the questions of coinage expense and legal tender status of gold and silver coins, from Campbell P. White (congressional coinage committee) and Samuel Moore (Mint Director, beginning on p. 18). This copy ex. Tennessee Historical Society.
From the 22nd Congress, 1st session, House document no. 496.