Archives International Auctions Live and Online Fall Sale 5 - September 27,2018

Archives International Auctions - Online Fall Sale #5 26 September 27,2018 Archives International Auctions U.S. OBSOLETE BANKNOTES Florida 198 198 Bank of Florida, 1843 Obsolete Banknote. Tallahassee, FL., Mar.25th, 1843, $10, Issued obsolete banknote, Black on thin light brown paper, Steamboat with horses pulling wagon of cotton bales in foreground, standing allegorical liberty at right, small dog at bottom middle, Payable to “David S. Kennedy, New York”, “Exchange” printed on top, Cut Cancelled, Stains and small repaired hole in middle, still a scarce Florida obsolete. S/N 2949, Choice Fine to VF condition. RW&H. Scarce obsolete banknote.����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $180-280 Kansas 199 199 Kansas Valley Bank, Two Uncut Sheets of Progress Proofs of 3 - Proprietary Proofs. Atchinson, Kansas. Lot of 6 notes (2 uncut sheets of 3), 18xx (ca.1970’s), $20-50-100, (KS-10-G-12a; G-14a; G-16a). Modern “Proprietary Proofs”. Black printing on thin white card, CU condition. ABNC. Archival “Proprietary” proofs rarely seen in sheet form. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $400-600 Maine 200 200 Edward H. Garnsey, Sutler, 6th Reg’t Maine Volunteers, 1862 Scrip Note. Camp No.19, June 2, 1862, $1, Issued and spindle cancelled, Black text on small format note, “To Paymaster of the (66th or 96th) Reg’t Maine Volunteers: …… Witnessed by Capt.( J.D. Haycock?)”, Signed by Timothy Cocklin, Private of Company D. by an “X”, S/N 133, Choice Fine with foxing, toned spots but still very attractive and scarce Sutler item. First time seen by cataloger.����������������������������������������������������� Est. $120-200 Michigan 201 201 MichiganCavalry,J.H.BryanDivisionPurveyor.Acknowledgement of Indebtedness Form. Late 1860s. This document is a post Civil War item with J.H. Bryan named as Division Purveyor. Unissued Remainder. Uncirculated. Uniface. Printed on bond paper. 180mm by120mm. For use at Fort Laramie, Dakota Territory. Although unissued, still scarce.����������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $80-160 Nebraska 202 202 Corn Exchange Bank, 1860 Issued Obsolete Banknote. De Soto, Nebraska. $2, NE-20-G4a, Issued Obsolete Banknote. Black on orange-red border and underprint, Allegorical reaper lower left, young woman lower right and farm scene middle, S/N 1774, Choice Fine to VF condition with bright colors and 3 sharp corners. Attractive and scarce note issued. National BNC. �������������������������������������������������� Est. $200-300 203 203 Western Exchange, Fire & Marine insurance Co., 1857 Uncut Sheet of 4 Obsolete Banknotes. Omaha City, Nebraska, Uncut Sheet of 4 notes, $1-$2-$3-$5, denominations, Black with red protectors, Notes with images of Native Americans, Portraits of old white men, allegorical figures and steamboat, All with S/N 8490 Choice XF to AU condition, DWC. ����������������������������������������������� Est. $200-300