Archives International Auctions Part XXI Fall Auction 2014

Archives International Auctions, Part XXI 113 November 4, 2014 Archives International Auctions Scripophily - Confederate United States 1019 1019 Scarce Confederate Erlanger Bond. Confederate States of Ameri- ca. 1863. S/N 845. 100 Pounds - 2,500 Francs. Ball 156. Cr. 116. “Cot- ton Loan.” Brown coupons. Woman with CSA flag leans on cotton bales. Signed by John Slidele, Confederate diplomate who was cap- tured during the “Trent Affair.” XF. ����������������������������������� Est. $400-600 Ephemera - Civil War 1020 1020 Civil War Badges, Buckles, and Pins. Assorted Union badges, but- tons, patches. Army, navy, cavalry. Some by James S. Smith. Lin- coln badge. GAR pins and badges. Must be seen. Sold as is. [20+ pieces], weight approximately 1.5 lbs. ������������������������������� Est. $250-500 1021 Civil War Bullets. Mostly from Confederate rifles. Includes a round musket ball, and a revolver shell. [12], weight approximately 1 lb. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $50-100 1022 1022 Miniature Civil War Bible and Civil War Letter. Soldier’s pocket bible. Black. 3 ¾” x 2 ¼”. Tucked away inside the bible is a 1 ¼” oval sepia image of General P Kerney, a G. A. R. lecture card dated 1869 and other assorted items. Stamped letter from James Higgs, Com- pany D, 61st Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, 6 Corps, Wash- ington, DC. Addressed toGeorgeW. Price, New Brunswick, NJ. Dat- ed July 6, 1864. “This little Testament was picked up on the Battle field in the Wilderness……” “….on opening it I found a request that if found it should be sent to you.” “Please let me knowwhether your brother is safe or not.” The letter is pretty much intact, but repaired with tape. �������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $250-500 Fractional Currency 1023 First Issue 5 Cent Fractional Pairing. 1) Fr.1229. Perforated edges. No monogram. PMG Very Fine 30. NET “Tear.” 2) Fr.1230. Straight edges. With monogram. PNG Choice Unc. 63. NET. “Rust.” [2] � Est. $75-150 1024 U.S. Fractional Currency, First Issue, 5 Cents, Uniface Wide Mar- gin Front Specimen, Fr.1231spwmf. 5 Cents, wide margin. PMG graded. Choice Uncirculated 64 NET. “Trimmed.” ��������������� Est. $90-180 Rare Fractional Error 1025 1025 First Issue 10 Cent Fractional Error Note. Fr.1242. 10 Cent First Is- sue. Straight edges, with monogram. PMGAU 53 NET.”As Made Ink Blot Foreign Substance.” Neat error. ����������������������������������Est. $150-300 1026 First Issue 10 Cent Fractional Pairing. 1) Fr.1242. Straight edges, with monogram. PMG AU 5. NET. “Foreign Substance.” 2) Fr.1243. Straight edges, without monogram. PMGVery Fine 25. [2] ��Est. $50-100 1027 1027 First Issue 10Cent Fractional. Fr.1240. 10Cent First Issue. Perforat- ed edges, with monogram. PMG 64 Choice Unc. ���������������Est. $200-400 1028 First Issue 10 Cent Fractional. Fr.1242. 10 Cent First Issue. Straight edges, with monogram. PMG MS 65 EPQ. �������������������������Est. $120-240 1029 First Issue 10 Cent Fractional. Fr.1243. 10 Cent First Issue. Straight edges, without monogram. PMG AU 53. NET. Previously Mounted.” ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $40-80