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

Archives International Auctions - Sale 53 73 June 20,2019 Archives International Auctions Virginia 535 535 Corporation of Winchester, 1861 Counterfeit-Facsimile Scrip Note. Winchester, VA. Counterfeit 5¢ Oct. 4, 1861, S/N 150, Tremmel VA-W1/C, VF condition. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $40-80 536 536 Corporation of Winchester, 1861 Issued Scrip Note. Winchester, VA. 25¢ July 15, 1861, S/N 16080, Plate D, Blue printing, Dog with sage top middle, Reaper and Indian maiden at left, Fine condition with stains on right. Lucas and son, Prs, Balt. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $40-80 537 537 County of Franklin, 1862 Issued Obsolete Scrip Note. Rocky Mount, VA. June 5th, 1862, 10 Cents, Issued Scrip note, black printing on off white paper, one extremely small pin hole, otherwise Choice XF to AU with 3 large margins. J.C. Watson, PR. One of the finest condition examples seen in auction.�������������������������������������� Est. $75-150 538 538 Page County Bond, 1861 Issued Obsolete Scrip Note. (Luray), VA. $1, Issued scrip Note, Black on beige paper, Eagle at left, Choice Fine to VF condition. Est. $40-80 539 539 Smyth County, 1862, Obsolete Scrip Note. Marion, VA. May 20th, 1862, $1, Issued Obsolete Scrip note, Black on blue underprint, S/N 1563, VF to VF+ condition. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $60-120 Washington, D.C. 540 540 City Bank, 1852 Proof $1 Obsolete Banknote. Washington, D.C., $1, Haxby #DC-185-G2 Unlisted Proof banknote, Black without undertint, Allegorical reclining “plenty” at top right, young women allegorical figures top middle left, Jenny Lind on lower left and Millard Fillmore lower right, POC’s in signature block, a pink “Property American Bank Note Co” printed on blank back with very slight bleed to the front middle, the note is Choice AU to Uncirculated, DB&C. ������������������������������ Est. $350-500 Wyoming 541 541 Cambria Trading Co., 1908, $1 Scrip Note - Depression/Panic Currency. Cambria, Wyoming. January 1908, $1, Unissued Remainder Scrip Note. Blue with no underprint, Miners in middle, back blue with view of mine, S/N 18248, Choice XF to AU Condition, Gast, St. Louis, MO. ������������������������������������������������� Est. $250-375 CONFEDERATE BANKNOTES & BONDS Virginia and Holland 542 542 ConfederateStatesofAmerica,1862(ca.1879)$100Contemporary Counterfeit Issued and Uncancelled Bond. Richmond, Virginia and Holland. $100 I/U, S/N 1553, Counterfeit bond printed about 1879 in Europe. A small white tell-tale dot to the left of Mallory’s portrait identifies this as a counterfeit. VF condition with all but 1 coupon attached. Scarce.�������������������������������������������������� Est. $100-200 543 543 Loan Certificate $500 plus 1863 certificate. CSA. Blank $500 certificate mounted on old scrapbook page, Issued 1863 8% bond for $1500. Pasture scene, Sailing ship respectively. Fine, holed. 2 pieces. ��������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $65-130 U.S. LARGE TYPE - LEGAL TENDER Washington, D.C. 544 544 U.S. Legal Tender, 1917 $1* Star Note, Fr.#37*, Fine to VF. Washington, D.C., $1* Star Note. Red Seal, S/N * 6148166B, Fine to VF condition, Elliot | Burke Signatures, attractive note for the grade with 4 full margins, 3 large. ����� Est. $180-280