Archives International Auctions Part XXI Fall Auction 2014

Archives International Auctions, Part XXI 11 October 25, 2014 Archives International Auctions Louisiana Reconstruction Era Louisiana State Bond - Unique in ABN Archives 75 75 City of New Orleans, State of Louisiana, 1869 Specimen Bond. New Orleans, LA. 1st March, 1869, $50 Specimen Coupon Bond, “Issued in Conformity with section 1st of an “Act of the State Legis- lature” Approved 27th February 1969, Black on orange-yellow bor- der, Official looking building in middle top with standing allegorical women on right and state arms at bottom. Appears Fine but there are a number of archivally reinforced margins and fold due to small splits, otherwise, this amazing bond was the only specimen of this variety found in the archives. Issued during the Reconstruction Pe- riod right after the Civil War. Historic post Civil War bond by ABNC. ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $600-1200 76 76 Louisiana Certificate of Claim, 1876 Bond. Louisiana and London, England. 6% Loan of the State of Louisiana (Authorized under an act approved 13th March 1837), $400, which represents compensa- tion claim of the bond holder for Certificate #385 originally issued for $1000 and is now converted into a 7% bond with a 60% discount to the original face value. Issued in London by the Council of For- eign Bondholders. Scarce denomination. VF-XF. ���������������Est. $120-240 New Hampshire 77 City of Manchester, Granite Street Bridge Loan, 1896 Specimen Bond. Manchester, NewHampshire. $1000 4%Coupon Bond, Black on brown-red border, bridge in front of large building, VF, ABNC. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $90-180 New York 78 Queens, New York Bond Assortment. 1880’s & 1890’s. Union Free School District No. 7. Jamaica, NY. $1,000. 1897(12); Similar, but District 1; Long Island City Flushing Avenue Improvement(4); Village of Richmond Hill(2). Most areVF+, though a few have condi- tion problems. Must be seen. Sold as is. [19] ������������������������Est. $60-120 79 Rare City of Brooklyn Bond. 1867. FourthAvenue Bond. Seven per cent stock. Violet $1000. There are numerous hole punch cancels and a few stains, but this is the only example this cataloger has ever seen. ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $80-160 Pennsylvania 80 80 City of Philadelphia, Loan of 1898 Specimen Bond. Pennsylvania, ca.1900, $1000 Specimen Loan of $11,200,000, 3% Bond, brown border and underprint, with notable portrait at left, City Hall at bot- tom, No Coupons, POC’s, VF. ABNC. ������������������������������������Est. $60-120 81 City of Philadelphia, Loan of 1898 Specimen Bond. Pennsylvania, ca.1900, $-Odd, Specimen Reissued Loan of 1898, 3% Bond, green border and underprint, with notable portrait at left, No Coupons, POC’s, VF. ABNC. �����������������������������������������������������������������Est. $60-120 82 City of Philadelphia, Loan of 1902 Specimen Bond. Pennsylva- nia, $20,000, Specimen construction 3% Bond, green border and underprint, with notable portrait at center, No Coupons, POC’s, VF. ABNC. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $60-120 83 Municipal Bond Grouping. Loan of the City of Philadelphia. 1850’s(5.) Some with condition problems; 1917 City of New York for the “New East River Bridge,” and others, including an unissued County of Baldwin, Georgia bond . Should be seen. [15+] ����Est. $50-100 South Carolina 84 84 City of Georgetown 1902 Specimen Bond. SC. $1000, 4 1/2%Cou- pon Bond, Black on green border, Slave picking cotton and holding child on upper corners, Arms of SouthCarolina in middle, VF, ABNC. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $90-180 Tennessee 85 State of Tennessee, Settlement Bond (On Corrected Compro- mise Bond) 1882 Specimen Used as Model. Tennessee, 1882, $1000, Specimen bond used as a model for a different type of bond, Black on green underprint, Statehouse on top, portrait of distin- guished man with beard top right, the portrait on the top left was removed, Mining handwritten on top right and Cotton on top left, “Settlement” hand written on title with “Compromise” crossed out. Corrections also in text of bond and on the panel. VF with splits at folds between coupons and bond. Franklin BNC. Unique as a bond model. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $120-240