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Archives International Auctions - Sale 38 - Sessions 1 & 2


February 7-8,2017

Archives International Auctions


1809Banco Central del Uruguay. 1967 ND Issue.

Uruguay. 50, 100, 500,

1000, 5000, 10000 Pesos. P-46s, 47s, 48s, 49s, 50s, 51s. Artigas at center.

All Choice to Gem Uncirculated. 6 pieces. �����������������������������������Est.



1810Banco Ingles del Rio de la Plata, 1885, Very Rare Specimen High Denomination Note

Uruguay, specimen 100 Pesos, 1885, P-S194s,

graded Choice About Uncirculated 58 by PMG with a comment of

“minor thinning”. Perforated “SPECIMEN BW&Co London”. Unlisted

in the catalog as specimen and only priced in G but nothing above that.





1811Banco Central deVenezuela ND (1971) ABNC Progress Production Proof.

Venezuela, Caracas 10 Bolivares P-51 Unlisted Progress Proof

of partially engraved face on large card. Complete border and text but

missing under tints and lower engraved signature block areas. Hand

dated 8/27/71. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est.



1812Banco Central de Venezuela, 1960s-1990s, Trio of Specimen Notes

Venezuela, lot of 3 specimen notes, includes 5 Bolivares, P-50, no

date nor serial numbers (remainder specimen), UNC; and two pieces of

50 Bolivares, P-65s, one dated 1985 and with zero serials and specimen

stamp, and one dated 1990. All UNC.�������������������������������������������Est.



1813Banco Central de Venezuela, 1991-1992, Printer’s Production File for 1000 Bolivares

Venezuela, complete production file pertaining

to the 1000 Bolivares note of 1991-1992, P-73. The file includes over

70 pages of correspondence is between officials at Banco Central de

Venezuela and various individuals at Harrison & Sons Limited which

printed the order. The correspondence covers the conception of this

note, various design decisions and changes, security features, several

sketches and changes to aesthetic elements, as well as the need to fix the

error where a letter “i” without an accent was used instead of one with

an accent (P-73a vs. P-73b). Included in this lot are two specimen notes,

both UNC, one P-73s1 and one P-73s2. Very unusual and a must have for

any specialized collector.�������������������������������������������������������������Est.


Viet Nam


1814National Bank of Viet Nam, 1971, Specimen Banknote

South Viet

Nam, specimen 1000 Dong, 1971, P-29s, TDLR oval imprints, Specimen

No 013, Uncirculated. �������������������������������������������������������������������Est.



1815Socialist Republic of Viet Nam, 1991 (1993) Specimen Banknote.

Viet Nam, 5000 Dong, P-108s, Specimen, Blue on m/c, CU condition.