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1907 N.Y. Curb Exchange Post Card Display
1907 N.Y. Curb Exchange Post Card Display
 
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The New York Curb Exchange was established in the early 1900s. It got it's name because brokers actually traded on the "curb" outside the New York Stock Exchange. It's name became formalized as the New York Curb Exchange in 1929 and eventually was renamed the American Stock Exchange in 1953. The American Stock Exchange, once a competitor of the NYSE and the third largest U.S. stock exchange, was purchased by NYSE Euronext in 2008.

This vintage post card depicts a fantastic scene of traders on Broad Street trading out of a covered wagon on the New York Curb Exchange.

This Curb Exchange Post Card is presented in a gorgeous high quality acrylic display that weights over 1.5 lbs. Magnetically held together, the display is easy to open if want to inspect your trade tickets. Perfect for a desktop or bookshelf display.

1907 New York Curb Exchange Post Card Display
  • Vintage Post Card
  • Display measures: 8" x 6" x .75"
  • Weight; over 1.5 lbs
  • Age: approx 1910s
  • Condition: Post card as pictured, VG very light foxing