Thomas G. Melish
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Thomas Gatch Melish (October 28, 1876 – February 15, 1948) was a Cincinnati entrepreneur and coin collector. In the 1930s, Melish was responsible for two United States commemorative coin issues, the Cincinnati Musical Center half dollar and the Cleveland Centennial half dollar.
Melish was a descendant of Jacob Bromwell, founder of Jacob Bromwell, Inc.
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- "Commemorative Coins of the United States". www.pcgs.com. Retrieved 2018-10-08.
- "Story trumps rarity for 1936 Cleveland commem - Numismatic News". Numismatic News. 2018-02-20. Retrieved 2018-10-08.
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