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

Archives International Auctions - Sale 53 72 June 20,2019 Archives International Auctions Massachusetts 527 527 Newburyport, MA. Merchants Bank, 1858 Issued $2 Obsolete Banknote. Newburyport, MA. $2, Haxby MA-910-S5, Issued Obsolete, Black printing without undertint or protector, Daniel Webster at left, Sailing ship top middle and right, small stag at bottom middle, blank back. S/N 5492, AU to Uncirculated, light toning on the back on the edges, 10 very small pin holes in middle that are very difficult to view unless held up to very bright light, DW & Co. Scarce in high grade. ����� Est. $130-260 U.S. OBSOLETE BANKNOTES - COLLEGE CURRENCY 528 528 Bryant & Stratton Bank, 1879 “Boston, Massachusetts” Branch of the Business College. Boston, Massachusetts, 1879, $100, Ser.A., Issued College Currency Obsolete, no serial numbers, black on light green underprint, Cotton bales and barrels on left, allegorical woman and child on lower right, back green with information of college on back. AU/Uncirculated, Rare College currency variety. A. Hoen & Co., Lith. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $200-300 U.S. OBSOLETE BANKNOTES Michigan 529 529 Saginaw City Bank, 1837-38 Obsolete Banknote Quartet. Saginaw, MI. Lot of 4 notes, MI-360-G4; G6; G8 and G10, all printed in black on thin paper, all are issued and uncancelled, Includes 1838, $2, Allegorical Mercury at left, Cherub in middle top and 2 U.S. Silver Dollars at right, S/N 2117, crisp AU to Uncirculated with margin cut close and touching design on left and top border, still attractive and a coin note; 1837, $3, Ship at left, Early train at right flanking “3” medallion, reaper at far right, S/N 1268, crisp Choice XF to AU condition; 1837, $5, Standing allegorical woman with sailboat at top middle, Crisp Choice XF to AU condition; and, 1837, $10, steamship at left, S/N 59, AU to Choice AU condition with 4 margins. RWH&E. Attractive group of notes.����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $500-800 Mississippi 530 530 Southern Railroad Co., December 26th, 1861, Issued Obsolete Banknote. Vicksburg, MS. 1861, $1, Issued obsolete banknote, Blue on beige paper, locomotive in middle L-R under curved title, VG to VG+ condition with a small piece missing from the right middle margin, rough edges and small edge tears, still a scarce note. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $60-100 U.S. OBSOLETE BANKNOTES - COLLEGE CURRENCY New Hampshire 531 531 New Hampton College Bank, ND (ca.1860-70’s) $500 College Currency Rarity. New Hampton, New Hampshire, $500, Issued and cancelled college currency obsolete banknote, Black on light green underprint with large red seal at center left, Arms at left with Washington and allegorical woman, small eagle on bottom, Hand written signature of the president wit 3 small POC’s, back green with denomination and text “Uncurrent except in the New Hampton college Bank”, VF with a couple of toning spots and 2 small edge tears. Rare college currency location and school. J & H Buffords Sons, Boston.�������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $600-1200 U.S. OBSOLETE BANKNOTES New Jersey 532 532 Freehold Banking Co., 18xx (ca.1850’s), High Grade Proof Banknote. Freehold, NJ. $2, Haxby NJ-155-G4b, black on red-brown underprint, seated allegorical reaper upper left, young boy with ox pulling wagon and young girl on lower right, PCGS graded Gem Unc 66PPQ, punch hole cancelled, attractive and scarce New Jersey proof. BC&C.��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $450-750 New York 533 533 Van Horn & Ellison’s Celebrated Soda Water ca.1870-90’s Specimen Cardboard Scrip Note trio. New York, NY. ND (ca.1870-1890’s), Lot of 3 different specimen scrip notes, 5cts, 10cts and 15cts. Business was located at “Fifth Avenue & 58th Street, New York”. Printed on different color thin cards. All with red specimen overprints and POC’s. Uncirculated. Rare NY obsolete scrip notes or tickets. ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $90-180 Texas 534 534 Treasury Warrant, Appropriation for Civil Service, 1862 Obsolete Banknote. Austin, Texas, January 3, 1862, Treasurer of the State of Texas, $2.50 Treasury Warrant, Black printing on thin beige paper, 2 or 3 very small pin holes and slight ink burn in 2 small areas, ink cancelled, back red, Choice Fine to VF condition. ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $60-120