Archives International Auctions Sale 47 March 13, 2018

Archives International Auctions - Sale 47 86 March 13,2018 Archives International Auctions U.S. LARGE SIZE - F.R.N. 643 643 F.R.N., $50 Series of 1914, Fr#1039a, White | Mellon signatures, Cleveland, Ohio District. Cleveland, OH. $50 F.R.N., Fine to choice Fine with stain on lower right margin, a small notch due to a strong vertical fold on top right and date stamp on back.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $280-375 U.S. LARGE SIZE - LEGAL TENDER 644 644 U.S. LegalTender, $2 1917 Banknote Pair, Fr#’s 59 and 60. U.S. Legal Tender, Lot of 2 notes, both are $2, Series of 1917, one VF and the second Fine with stains.����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $120-180 U.S. LARGE TYPE - U.S. NOTE 645 645 United States Note. 2 Dollars. Series of 1917. United States. Fr. 60m. Mule issue with back plate number at bottom left of center 2. Speelman-White signatures. Very Good-Fine, cut tight at top.������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $75-120 U.S. DEPRESSION SCRIP Nebraska 646 646 Commercial Bank, Wausa, Nebraska, 1907-1908 Depression Or Panic Currency. Wausa, Nebraska, $10, issued and hand stamp cancelled, Black on beige paper, S/N C213, VF/XF. (of Associated Banks of Eastern Knox County), Rare Nebraska 1907 Depression Scrip. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $140-230 Colorado 647 647 Fort Collins Clearing House Certificates, 1907 Depression Scrip Pair. Fort Collins, Colorado. Lot of 2 notes, Includes $5, black on yellow paper, S/N 4000, XF stains; and $10, Green on light green, both are unissued. Scarce Western 1907 Depression Scrip notes.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $130-200 Various States 648 648 U.S. Depression ScripAssortment, ca. 1933-36. U.S. Depression Scrip…. Lot of over 20 pieces, Includes Various states, Highlights include notes from City of Lincoln Park, MI; Borough of Lodi, NJ; City of Montgomery, AL; NY, Rochester Clearing House and many others, condition varies between Fine to AU condition. (over 20 pieces). Sold “As is” No returns accepted. ��������������������������������������������������������� Est. $120-180 U.S. FEDERAL BONDS & LIBERTY LOANS Washington, D.C. 649 649 Fourth Liberty Loan 4.25 %Gold Bond of 1933-1938 IssueOctober 24, 1918. $100 Fourth Liberty Loan 4.25 % Gold Bond of 1933-1938 Issue October 24, 1918. S/N E 04185525 complete and scarce “short” or temporary bond that was later to be transferred into the longer “green” bonds shown in the prior example. Nicely embossed and crisp VF+ example of this series.�������������������������������������������������� Est. $800-1200