Archives International Auctions Part XXI Fall Auction 2014

Archives International Auctions, Part XXI 13 October 25, 2014 Archives International Auctions New York 95 95 NewYork Telephone Co., 1919 Specimen Bond. NewYork, 1919, $1000 Specimen 6% Gold Bond. Allegorical women and men flank old fashioned telephone. POC. Coupons attached. XF Condition. ABNC. Rare and early NYTelephone specimen. �����������������Est. $120-240 96 Philco Corp. 1959. Bond Specimen. NewYork. 1959. $1,000 4 1/4% Convertible Subordinated Debenture, Orange border, Benjamin Franklin, EF, ABNC. ����������������������������������������������������������������Est. $25-50 Washington Bill Gates Facsimile Signature on Specimen Microsoft Stock 97 97 Microsoft With Facsimile Bill Gates Autograph. Washington, Shares, Famous software maker, Specimen, Green, #MS, ink nota- tion in margin, otherwise XF. ��������������������������������������������� Est. $250-500 98 98 Jenkins Television Corp Historic TV Pioneer Stock 1930. I/U stock. 25 Shs. Green border, Temp Cert. XF cond. Charles Francis Jenkins was a leading inventor and promoter of mechanical scanning T.V. and largely responsible for strong interest in television in the 1920s and early 1930s in the U.S. Jenkins also provided the first public T.V. demonstration in theU.S. on 13 June 1925. He co-invented and pub- licly demonstrated the first practical motion picture projector in the U.S. (1894), developed an automobile with the engine in the front instead of under the seat (1898) and founded the Society of Motion Picture Engineers in 1916. He had 400U.S. patents for inventions as diverse as an airplane brake and a bean-shelling machine. Today he has been almost forgotten by all but a few television historians.Yet in the U.S. he was responsible for the advent of television and was the first pioneer to make television a reality. Rare. Only one found in old Maine estate. �����������������������������������������������������������Est. $200-400 99 Radio Corporation of America,”RCA”, ca.1920-30’s - David Sar- noff ND, ca.1920-30’s, 100 Shrs, Specimen stock certificate. Radio and electric power lines flanked by World Globes. Red specimen overprints, POC’s and “00000” serial numbers. XF condition. David Sarnoff facsimile signature as president. Rare early RCA certificate. ABNC. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $75-150 Scripophily - Food & Drinks Maryland 100 Columbia Tea & Coffee Co., 1909 Stock Certificate. Maryland, 3 Shares, I/U, Eagle on top left, S/N 17, Fine condition with a small tear on the top right excess margin. ������������������������������������� Est. $50-80 Missouri 101 101 Seven-Up Bottling Co. 1977 Specimen Stock Certificate. St.Louis, Missouri. 100 Shares, Specimen stock, blue border. “7 Up” logo. Scarce certificate. XF condition. Republic BNC. ������������������ Est. $80-160 Pennsylvania 102 102 Hershey Chocolate Corp. 1925 Specimen Bond. Hershey, Penn- sylvania, 1925, $1000, Specimen 5 1/2% Gold Coupon Bond. Green border. Seated allegorical woman with two children. Red specimen overprints, POC’s and “00000” serial numbers. Fine toVF condition. Rare early famous chocolate makers bond. ABNC. �������������Est. $200-400 103 Booth Fisheries Co. 1922 Specimen Bond. Delaware, 1922, $1000, Specimen 7% Sinking Fund Gold Coupon Bond, Two fishermen in small boat bringing in their catch with lighthouse and other fisher - men behind them, VF-XF condition, ABNC. ������������������������� Est. $80-160 104 Coca-Cola International Finance, N.V. 1983 Specimen Bond. Netherlands Antilles, $10,000 Specimen 11 3/4% Coupon Bond. ABNC, XF. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $40-80