Posted by Two Cities on October 20, 1998 at 14:49:23:
In Reply to: Re: Money posted by Patrick Henry on October 14, 1998 at 19:36:30:
These items are available for investigation. (numismatically)
I just don't have any.
A departure date would then be the civil war, and
issue from the United States Mint, before and after.
: With the exception of the difference in CASE between the inscriptions on the coins and the descriptions of the inscriptions in the statute, all of our coins do in fact meet the parameters of the statute.
: It would prove interesting if someone had access to an original copy of the statute at large before codification to see if there was any difference in the case used originally. If the original statute-at-large did not have the inscription in all caps, then MY opinion is that this would just be another evidence that the use of different CASE in words has never had any legal significance in this country.
Anyone can request from the respective state attorney general an
opinion on the subject. The one that acknowledges your status is the
one that deals with you, within that realm. Remember, they wrote the book.
In order to grab their attention, you need to have proper business pending.
I.e. I Mr. natural person will get no attention, because no business is pending,
and thus can be ignored, or the agency addressed is not authorized to deal with
I THE FICTION, will receive a public policy answer, and
truthfulness towards fictions may not be part of policy.
: I would be surprised if you can find a coin from any country that uses lower case. It's much harder to use lower case and still get readable results in the minting process.
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