Archives International Auctions Part XXI Fall Auction 2014

Archives International Auctions, Part XXI 21 October 25, 2014 Archives International Auctions Peru 163 Banco De Credito Hipotecario, 1877, Stock Peru, 1 Share=1000 Soles, Black and Orange on Cream, attractive vignette of men har- vesting sugar cane from large fields, I/U, POC, VF+ with some soil - ing ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $75-150 164 Banco Del Commercio Del Peru, 1992. Lima, Peru, 1882, 1000 soles, blue, volcano, ship, VF+. ���������������������������������������������Est. $50-100 165 165 Callao & Lima, & Pacific Coast Railway, 1845. Offices at 6, Old Jewry, London, and Lima, Peru, 5 shares, blue and brown, EF. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $40-80 166 National Pisco To Yca Railway Company, 1869, Coupon Bond. Peru, 100 Soles/20 Pound Sterling, I/U, Blue onWhite with Coupons attached, VF, very attractive bond.  ������������������������������������Est. $60-120 167 Peruvian External Debt, Chilean assets Balance Certificate, 1893 Bond Peru, 1893, 3,500.00 Pounds Sterling, Toned paper, VF, I/U. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $60-120 168 168 Peruvian Mining Company, 1825, Stock Certificate. London, En- gland, One Share of Stock, XF, Typeset Document, I/U ��������� Est. $75-150 Philippines. 169 Attractive Spanish Bond & Share Assortment. Lot of (2) Interest- ing Spanish Certificates. Includes Compania General DeTabacos De Filipinas, Share Certificate, 1881, Spain, This Certificate not only has interesting views of Cherubs to an Indian Chief, but has an issue date error of 1979; The Second certificate also from Spain, Islas Del Guadalquivir, SA , is a Bond issued in 1926. Both certificates at XF/ AU with Minor handling. ������������������������������������������������������ Est. $75-150 Portugal 170 Sociedade d’AgriculturaColonial, 1902. Lisbon, Portugal, 5 shares, map, griffins, green, map, Portuguese revenue stamps, VF+, minor edge splits and stains. ����������������������������������������������������������� Est. $40-80 Russia 171 St. Petersburg Land and Mortgage Company, LTD., 1912. Is- sued Bond. St. Petersburg, Russia. September 10, 1912. 100 Pounds, blue borders, view of St. Petersburg, Waterlow, EF, not cancelled. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $60-120 Rare 1927 Specimen Russian Railroad Bond 172 172 U.S.S.R. 9% Railway Loan (Moscow)of 1927. Specimen Bond. Moscow. September 1, 1927. 100 Tchervonetz. Fine condition with separations archivally reinforced, Dark brown on orange and m/c, Obrasetz overprints, “000000” serial numbers, coupons attached. Rare as specimen. ������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $400-800 Saar 173 173 City of Saarbrueken, 1927 Specimen Bond with Proof Back. Saar Basin, Territory of Saar, Lot of 2 items, Includes 1927 $500 U.S., 6% Sinking Fund Gold Bond, Black on blue border and underprint, Arms of SAAR in middle, Specimen overprints, POC’s and “0000” serial numbers, unfortunately, this bond was used in the design and production of another certificate so a portion of the text from the back panel was cut out which left a 1.2 inch by 2.5 inch hole in the middle of the bond text below the vignette, still extremely rare and the only example found in the archives. Also included is approval proof in brown of the back panel with all of the detail included. Fine condition other than the missing piece, SBNC. *The Territory of the Saar Basin (French: Le Territoire du Basin de la Sarre; German: Saarbeckengebiet ), also referred as the Saar or Saargebiet, was a region of Germany occupied and governed by the United Kingdom and France from 1920 to 1935 under a League of Nations mandate. Initially, the occupation was under the auspices of the Treaty of Versailles. Its population in 1933 was 812,000, and its capital was Saarbrucken. After a plebiscite was held in 1935, it was restored to Germany. (*Wikipedia) ����������������������������������������������������� Est. $400-800