Archives International Auctions Sale 47 March 13, 2018

Archives International Auctions - Sale 47 82 March 13,2018 Archives International Auctions 613 613 Lumbermans Bank, ca.1830-40’s Remainder Obsolete Banknote. Warren, PA, The Lumberman’s Bank, $5, G18 Remainder. Text in German, Crisp Uncirculated with stamp hinge remnant on top right back corner and a small 1.5mm thin on the top right border. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $120-180 Rhode Island 614 614 Merchants’ Bank in Providence, ca. 1810-1820’s Proof Obsolete Banknote. Providence, Rhode Island, $2, Proof, RI-355-G10, Black on white india paper, Standing allegorical woman overlooking sailing ship at top, PMG graded Choice Uncirculated 64, Leney & Rollinson, printer. �������������������������������������������������������� Est. $300-600 Texas 615 615 Treasurer of the State of Texas, 1862 Obsolete Banknote Pair. Austin, Texas, Lot of 2 notes, includes $1 and $2, both issued. Good to VG, both with small faults.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $70-130 Vermont 616 616 Bank of Burlington ca.1830’sObsolete Proof. Burlington, Vermont, Bank of Burlington, 18xx (ca.1830’s), $20, Plate A, VT-45-G44, Proof banknote, black on india paper, Seated allegorical woman with sword and lion with steamboat in background, left with sheaves of wheat, Native American in canoe on bottom, POC’s, PMG graded Choice About Uncirculated 58 condition. Durand, Perkins & Co., New York imprint. Found only in proof. (ex.Silver City Collection, AIA Sale VIII, 2011). ����������������� Est. $600-1000 Virginia 617 617 City of Richmond 1862 BanknoteQuartet. Richmond, VA, Lot of 4 notes, Includes 10cts; 25cts; 30cts and 60cts notes, all but the 60cts note are AU to Uncirculated, the 60ct note was printed on the back of a red and black obsolete banknote. VF. ���� Est. $50-90 Washington 618 618 Puget Sound Co-Operative Colony, 1880’s Washington Territorial Fractional Scrip Note. Port Angeles, Washington Territory, ND (ca. 1887), 50 Cents, P-Unlisted, Blue with gold underprint of the denomination “FIFTY CENTS”, a pair of small quail to the left of the denomination, partially issued and signed by Treasurer “Nellie Wood” with denominations in diamonds on the top left and right corners, measures 3.75 by 2.25 inches, Title in ornate letters on top, Choice AU Condition, The Puget Sound Co-operative Colony was a Utopian collective established at Portland in May 1887 and moved to the mouth of Ennis Creek, Port Angeles, Washington Territory in June of that year. Rare Western Territorial banknote and the first of two being offered in this auction. “West Shore Litho & Eng. Co. Portland, OR.” ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $300-500 U.S. OBSOLETE CURRENCY - ADVERTISING NOTES New York 619 619 Adolph Pearl Manufacturer of Tobacco, ca.1860-70’s Fractional Look-alike Ad Note. New York, 10 Denomination “Tobacco Currency”, Washington in middle with gold “10” numerals in 4 corners, blank back with writing on it, VF/XF with chips out of the left side. ����������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $50-110 620 620 Merritt’s Dining Rooms, NewYork $4Advertising Note, ca.1870’s. New York, $4 ad note, Black on red underprint, XF with stain upper right. Scarce and attractive note. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $85-140