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

Archives International Auctions - Sale 56 123 November 21,2019 Archives International Auctions 862 862 Reno, NV., Reno National Bank, $5 1902 PB Ty 1, Ch.# 8424 Reno, NV., $5, 1902 PB Ty 1, Ch.# 8424, S/N 28551, Fine to Choice Fine condition.��Est. $1500-2500 New Jersey 863 863 Hackensack National Bank. $10, 1882 Brown Back Ch#5921 E, National Bank Note. Hackensack, NJ. $10, S/N 4780 - U208806U, This bank was in existence for about 20 years. According to the census, there are 16 notes known on the bank. This note is only the second 1882 Brown Back note known, and the first $10 Brownback to surface. Choice Fine to VF with large even margins, bright colors and relatively firm paper with sharp corners. There are 3 small pin holes on the right border and 2 small pin holes on the left border. Rare and attractive note. ��������������������Est. $1250-1750 New York 864 864 Buffalo, NY., Lincoln NB in Buffalo, $5 1929 Ty 1, Ch.# 13219, Serial Number 1. Buffalo, NY., $5, 1929 Ty 1, Fr#1800-1, Ch.# 13219, Serial Number 1., S/N E000001A, PMG graded Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ. �����������Est. $1500-2500 U.S. Depression Scrip California 865 865 California Market, San Jose, 1934 & 1937 Depression Scrip Pair from SiliconValley. San Jose, CA. Lot of 2 notes, Includes 1937, 25 cents, AU and 1934, $1, XF, notes, Both have black printing with blue order, The market was located on 213 West Santa Clara Street. Scarce California depression scrip notes. ����������� Est. $100-200 Colorado 866 866 Fort Collins Clearing House Certificates, 1907 Depression Scrip Note. Fort Collins, Colorado. $5, Series B, black on yellow paper, S/N 4000, XF stains, Scarce Western 1907 Depression Scrip note. ������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $80-160 Kansas 867 867 Wichita Clearing House Association, 1914 Historic World War I Panic Currency Scrip Note. Wichita, Kansas. August 3rd, 1914, Issued and uncancelled scrip note for $1, Black on off white paper, Ornate title and design, no vignettes, back orange-yellow with portrait of young girl in middle, S/N 1630, VF to Choice VF condition. Western litho Co., Wichita. Rare depression related scrip note that was issued due to the onset of the First World War. As an additional emergency measure, the New York Clearing House Association on the morning of August 3, 1914, began the issuance to applying banks of clearing-house loan certificates, which, as in several previous crises, gave further relief to a strained situation and was reported at $158,327,000. The clearing-house associations in Chicago, St. Louis, and in other important cities throughout the country including in Kansas had followed the lead of New York in the issue of loan certificates to help meet threatening conditions. First time seen by cataloger. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $140-250 Missouri 868 868 National Bank of Commerce in St. Louis, 1907 Depression or Panic Currency. St. Louis, Missouri, November 1st, 1907. $1 Issued and uncancelled scrip note. Black on light gray paper, ornate design with Bank arms at left, blank back, VF condition. S/N E3206, Rare 1907 Scrip note, No printer listed, First time seen by cataloger. ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $120-200