Archives International Auctions Part XXI Fall Auction 2014

Archives International Auctions, Part XXI 111 November 4, 2014 Archives International Auctions 999 Uncut Sheet of Colorful Newport, Rhode Island Obsoletes. New EnglandCommercial Bank. $10-5-5-5. Green. Large central X, wom- an in largeV. AU, unissued. �������������������������������������������������Est. $80-150 Tennessee 1000 1000 State of Tennessee, 1883 “For Redemption of the Notes of the Bank of Tennessee” Obsolete Banknote. Tennessee, 1883, $20, Series D, Cr.30, Garland 1276, Issued obsolete banknote, Choice good toVG. ����������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $150-250 Vermont 1001 1001 Brattleboro’ Vermont “Facility”, ND (ca.1810-30’s) Obsolete Scrip Sheet of 9 Different Scrip Notes Brattleboro,VT. Uncut Unis- sued merchant scrip sheet. Brattleboro, VT. ND (ca.1820-30’s). 9 different scrip notes on one sheet. Payable in Goods at our Store on demand. All are either different denominations or methods of spelling, numerals and numbers, no duplicates. Sheet is format- ted in two vertical rows of four and one note to the right vertically. Includes 5cts - 5cts - 6 1/4cts - 6 1/4cts - 10cts - 12 1/2cts - 20cts - 25cts - 50cts. Printed on thin brown onion skin like paper. Rough edges on margins, but almost all notes are AU to Unc. with mild toning. Rare Vermont Merchant scrip sheet without company name. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $250-500 Virginia 1002 1002 Virginia Treasury Note, 1862 Obsolete Banknote. Virginia, $10, Issued obsolete banknote, Black on green underprint, PMG grad- ed Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ, attractive note rarely seen this nice. K&B. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $250-500 1003 Virginia Treasury Note, 1862, Obsolete Banknote. Richmond, VA. $10, VA Cr.8, ppC. Issued banknote, woman on throne with shield, green protectors, PMG graded Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $100-150 Wisconsin 1004 1004 1868, La Crosse, Wisconsin Uncut pair of $1 Lottery tickets Lot of 3 items, Includes 1868, La Crosse,Wisconsin Uncut pair of $1 Lot- tery tickets for Stanley’s 18th Annual Gift Sale at Pomeroy’s Opera House, Esperson’s Brick Block, prizes include Farms, Diamonds, Pianos, Fine Watches, Sewing Machines, etc. Blue with building in middle, Choice XF/AU. Also includes Low Fractional Banknote pair, 5 cents, 1st issue and 10 cents, 5th issue in Fine toVF. �������Est. $150-300 1005 1005 Knapp, Stout & Co. “In Culled Lumber”, 1870-90’s Uncut Ob- solete Banknote Sheet of 2 Notes. Menomonie, Wisconsin. ND (ca.1870-90’s). Uncut sheet of 2 notes $2-$5. Choice Uncirculated with large generous margins. Vignette of man chopping down large tree with friend watching. Back is blank. Unissued Sheet. Printed by “The Milwaukee Litho & Engraving Co. Scarce sheet from a popular state. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $300-600 Wisconsin & Mississippi 1006 1006 Racine & Mississippi Rail Road Co., 1858 Income Scrip Obsolete Banknote. Racine, Wisconsin, July 15th, 1858, $2, Racine & Missis- sippi Rail Road Co. (WI-686-SC8). Issued Obsolete Note. Farmer, sailor and hunter hold counter with ‘2’ at left; ornate medallion counter with ‘2’ at right. S/N 433, Choice VG to Fine condition due to toning and small edge faults on bottom left margin, This issuer was formed on March 29th, 1856, as a result of the business com- bination of the Racine and Mississippi Railroad Company and the Savannah Branch Railroad Company, and after a series of combi- nations and divestitures, ended up as part of the Chicago, Milwau- kee, St. Paul and Pacific lines. All of these scrip issues are rare; this is an issued example from the $125,000 issue which provided the bearer a call on the income earned by the segment of the road built between Beloit and Freeport. R-7 in Krause where a remain- der of this note was in his collection. Rare and possibly unique issued. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $300-600