Archives International Auctions in Hong Kong September 27, 2014 - page 3

Archives International Auctions - Hong Kong
27 September, 2014
Archives International Auctions
Welcome to the Sale
On behalf of the entire Archives International Auctions team, I would like to personally welcome you to our third
Hong Kong auction. We are offering over 270 lots of Chinese and Asian Banknotes, Scripophily and Coins in association
with Kelleher & Rogers, Ltd.,
Fine Asian Auctions
on September 27th, 2014 in Hong Kong. Included will be many desirable
banknotes that are rarely seen at auction in addition to a large assortment of specialized issues from many areas. We have
numerous banknotes in our current offering that will appeal to collectors and dealers at every level with many of the notes
new to the market obtained from old estates or collections.
Highlights include a 1913 dated Hong Kong & Shanghai $1 Specimen; a very interesting group of Ch’ing notes of
various dates and denominations from the “Hamtramck Collection” which was put together over a 40 year time period by an
astute high ranking U.S. army Colonel as he traveled the world from the 1940’s to the 1980’s. Additionally, we are offering a
lovely and rare $10, 1921, HK&SBC issued banknote; numerous group lots, mostly from the Hamtramck collection;
Scripophily including a 36th Year (1947) U.S. $5000 Short Term Treasury Notes of the Republic of China; Numerous
specimens and proofs from American Bank Note Company as well as Bradbury Wilkinson and TDLR. Numerous Provincial
issues, Foreign Banks, Private and Local Issues as well as offerings from Hong Kong, Laos, Indonesia and other Asian
countries help round out the sale.
We are looking forward to another exciting Hong Kong auction and hope you enjoy our current offerings. Our next
live auction is scheduled October 25th and 28th, 2014 at the Museum of American Finance held in conjunction with the
Fourth Annual “Wall Street Coin, Currency, Scripophily & Collectibles Show” and at our offices in Fort Lee, New Jersey.
The auctions will include U.S. & Worldwide Banknotes, Scripophily, Autographs, Coins and Historic Documents. We are
also in production for our next ephemera and historic document sale featuring the Rudolph Laubenheimer Archives, who was
known for engraving U.S. Postage Stamps as well as numerous medals for the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia
and the 1892-93 Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
We would also like to thank Kelleher & Rogers, Ltd.,
Fine Asian Auctions
and their warm and welcoming team for
their help and encouragement in holding our third Hong Kong Auction and look forward to many more in association with
them in the future.
I would like to thank everyone who has participated in our past auctions and has helped make this auction series a
resounding success.
Best of luck,
Bob Schwartz
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