Archives International Auctions Sale 53 U.S., Chinese & Worldwide Banknotes, Scripophily, and Security Printing Ephemera June 20, 2019

Archives International Auctions - Sale 53 148 June 20,2019 Archives International Auctions Wisconsin 1014 1014Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company 1879 Specimen Bond Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois. 1879, $1,000. 6% Sinking Fund Bond. Black border w/ locomotive over bridge in middle with young women writing and spinning yarn on left and right. ABNC. Specimen, VF. Scarce and attractive bond.������������� Est. $130-200 1015 1015Green Bay and Western Railroad Co., 1958, $1000 Class B Specimen Bond. Wisconsin, 1958, $1000 Class B 2 1/2% Specimen Bond, Black printing with brown border and underprint, Locomotive straight on top left, POC’s and red SPECIMEN overprints, VF-XF condition, ABNC. �������������������������������������������� Est. $85-170 1016 1016Wisconsin Central Railway Co. 1899 Specimen Bond. Wisconsin. Specimen bond. 1899. $1000 1st General Mortgage 4% Gold Coupon Bond. Orange border and undertint. Locomotive at station, miners at bottom. Coupons attached. XF condition. ABNC.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $100-160 SCRIPOPHILY - REAL ESTATE Kansas 1017 1017 Topeka Land and Development Co., 1888 Issued Stock Certificate Topeka, Kansas. 12 Shares Common Stock I/U Certificate, Black print without any border, Company title at top, Fine condition, ABNC.���������������������������������������������� Est. $55-100 New York 1018 1018Bush Terminal Buildings Co. 1910 Specimen Bond. New York. $1000 Gold Coupon Bond Specimen. Locomotive on bottom. International BNC and ABNC imprints. Choice Very Fine. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $70-120 SCRIPOPHILY - STATE & CITY California 1019 1019City and County of San Francisco, 1908 (Issued 1912) I/C “Fire Protection” Bond. San Francisco, CA. $1000, I/C bond, The Great White Fleet sailing into San Francisco Bay flanked by American and additional flag. Signed by Mayor James “Sunny Jim” Rolph Jr. (August 23, 1869 – June 2, 1934) was an American politician and a member of the Republican Party. He was elected to a single term as the 27th governor of California from January 6, 1931 until his death on June 2, 1934 at the height of the Great Depression. Previously, Rolph had been the 30th mayor of San Francisco from January 8, 1912 until his resignation to become governor. Rolph remains the longest-serving mayor in San Francisco history.������������������������������������������������������� Est. $85-170