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

Archives International Auctions - Online Fall Sale #5 30 September 27,2018 Archives International Auctions Massachusetts 225 225 Bryant & Stratton Bank, 1879 “Boston, Massachusetts” Branch of the Business College. Boston, Massachusetts, 1879, $100, Ser.A., Issued College Currency Obsolete, no serial numbers, black on light green underprint, Cotton bales and barrels on left, allegorical woman and child on lower right, back green with information of college on back. AU/Uncirculated, Rare College currency variety. A. Hoen & Co., Lith. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $250-375 Nebraska 226 226 City of Lincoln, Nebraska, 1872 Nebraska Obsolete Scrip Note. Lincoln, NE. $1, Unissued obsolete banknotes, Black without underprint, Face with allegorical woman holding lightening bolts at right, back is green with portrait of Lincoln in middle, S/N 3321, Fine condition with soiling in middle of face, Continental BNC. Scarce note. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $180-280 U.S. OBSOLETE CURRENCY Rhode Island 227 227 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 U.S. OBSOLETE CURRENCY - COLLEGE CURRENCY Pennsylvania 228 228 United States Institute Bank, ND (ca.1860-70’s) Issued College Currency Bank. Easton, Pennsylvania. $10, Issued College Currency Note. Black on green paper with red overprint. Back with green design. ��������������������������������� Est. $120-200 CONFEDERATE - EPHEMERA Georgia 229 229 Army of theConfederateStates, Remainder Furlough bySurgeon, ca.1861-64. Guyton, Georgia/ 186x, Unissued furlough, “In accordance with General Orders No.69, Current Series….VF condition. Rare form. ���������������������� Est. $100-200 CONFEDERATE BANKNOTES & BONDS Virginia 230 230 C.S.A. $20, 1861, CT-20/141A, Contemporary Counterfeit Banknote. Richmond, VA. $20, CT-20/141A Counterfeit, Fine to VF, Pin holes at folds. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $60-120 CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA 231 231 C.S.A. 1861 $10, T-24 & T26 Issued Confederate Banknote Pair. Richmond, VA., 1861, Lot of 2 notes, both $10 denominations with similar designs, Includes $10, T-24, S/N 49142, Plate #H, PCGS graded VF 20 Apparent with Edge Tear at top Center, Minor stains; and $10, T-26, S/N 91743, pp X, PMG graded Fine 12 with note of Cut Cancelled, S/N 24727, Plate #C, PCGS graded Extremely Fine 45, Cross Cut Cancelled. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $325-500 232 232 C.S.A. 1861 $10, T-28 & $20, T18, Issued Confederate Banknote Pair. Richmond, VA., 1861, Lot of 2 notes, Includes $10, T-28, S/N 59691, Plate #A, Choice Fine to VF; and $20, T-18, S/N 13715, pp AK, PCGS graded Very Fine 25. Attractive pair of notes. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $140-250