Archives International Auctions Sale 56 U.S., Chinese & Worldwide Banknotes, Coins, Scripophily and Security Printing Ephemera November 21, 2019

Archives International Auctions - Sale 56 121 November 21,2019 Archives International Auctions Virginia 849 849 Confederate States of America 1861 Banknote Trio. Richmond, Virginia. Lot of 3 notes. All are 1861 issues. All were salvaged from the “Burning of Atlanta” by General William T. Sherman in November 1864, Includes $5; $20; and $50 denominations, All in VG to Fine with small faults. ������������������������������������������������ Est. $80-160 850 850 Confederate States of America 1862 Banknote Quartet. Richmond, Virginia. Lot of 4 notes. All are 1862 issues. Includes $1, T-54; $2, T-55; and 2 additional notes that were salvaged from the “Burning of Atlanta” by General William T. Sherman in November 1864, Includes $10 and $100 notes, All in VG to VF with small faults. ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $120-240 851 851 CSA, T-63, 50 Cents, 1863, VF condition. Richmond, Virginia. 50 Cents, T-63, S/N 50854, VF condition. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $35-60 852 852 Treasury of the Confederate States Unissued Call Certificate, 1860s Richmond, Virginia. $-Odd Unissued (as all are) 4% Call Certificate, Cr.159 - B354, Black print on small black border printed on very small certificate, Small illustration of men camping next to river at top, Fine to VF condition with minor staining. Scarce.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $120-200 Virginia and Connecticut 853 853 Confederate States of America, 1863-64 Bond Coupon Seized from Jefferson Davis’ Home 6 Weeks After Lee Surrendered. Watertown, CT., July 9, 1870, 4% $100 Bond Coupon #940 evidently captured from Jefferson Davis’s home. Back has written “This coupon was cut from a bond taken from the home of Jeff Davis in Richmond six weeks after gen. Lee surrendered, Charles Woodruff (his signature and handwriting)”. Charles Albert Woodruff, (1845–1920) Brigadier General in the United States Army, served in the American Civil War, and the Spanish–American War. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $150-300 U.S. Large Type - Silver Certificates Washington, D.C. Unique Essay Progress Proofs from the “Educational” Series featuring the well known “Electricity Presenting Light to the World” 854 854 Educational $5 1895 & 1896 Series Essay Face Progress Proof Rarities. Washington, D.C., Lot of 2 notes, includes 1895 $5 Silver Certificate. Hessler-SCE14. Rarity-7. Type of Friedberg 268 (W-799), Black on India paper only. Signatures of Tillman-Morgan. No plate letter. Central vignette, “Electricity Presenting Light to the World”. Engraved Date “Series of 1895” instead of the issued “1896” series. Appears complete but a number of areas are not completely engraved as well as the finer details of some of the design elements, mainly those of the design border are not complete. Similar to the final 1895 proof. PCGS graded Choice About Uncirculated 55 with note of “Minor Mounting Remnants” on back. (Ex: Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection); and 1896 $5 Silver Certificate back proof. Hessler-358. Green on India paper only. Portraits of Grant and Sheridan on the left and right. Appears complete. PCGS graded Very Choice Uncirculated 64. (Ex: Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection, Ex: Thomas F. Morris Estate). A spectacular pair of notes that will enhance even the most advanced collections. BEP. ����������������������������������������������� Est. $10000-15000