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

Archives International Auctions - Sale 56 127 November 21,2019 Archives International Auctions Philatelic - Worldwide Philippines 886 886 Republic of the Philippines, Postal Stationary Embossed Proof Quartet, ca.1930-40’s Philippines, Lot of 4 items, Includes one full color Postal stationary proof and 3 embossed proofs of the same stamp. All are in Choice Uncirculated . ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $500-1000 U.S. Obsolete Banknotes - Highland Collection We are proud to offer Part 2 of the Highland Collection of New Jersey Obsolete Scrip Notes and Banknotes. Included in Part 2 of the collection are the towns beginning with Manchester to Woodbury, New Jersey. There are over 150 lots in the auction, with many lots featuring multiple items that deserve further research. Most of the notes are attributed to Wait or Haxby if previously listed by them, but a considerable number of notes are unlisted in Wait. In addition, there are a considerable number of lots featuring multiple notes with similar designs including original authentic notes and their Contemporary Counterfeit counterparts from numerous banks and locations. This is the most detailed collection of New Jersey scrip and obsolete notes we have handled and we are sure it will attract considerable interest from the collecting community. Alabama. Connecticut. Dist. Of Columbia. Georgia. Maryland. Michigan. Rhode island. Tennessee 887 887 Obsolete Banknote Octet ca.1839-1861. Various Cities. Lot of 8 notes, Includes the Montgomery, AL. $2, Central Bank of Alabama; East Haddam, CT, $2, Bank of New England; Georgetown, DC, $3, Bank of America; Bainbridge, GA., $10, Southern Bank of Georgia; Millington, MD., $5, Commercial Bank of Millington; Adrian, MI., $5, Erie and Kalamazoo Rail Road Bank; Tiverton, RI., $3, Tiverton Bank; Nashville, TN., $2, Central Bank of Tennessee. The Central Bank of Alabama, opened in 1855 and failed in 1865. The Bank of New England note was altered from a $2 Pioneer Association of Lafayette, IN note. The DC note is fraudulent. The Southern Bank of Georgia was incorporated in 1856 and failed in 1859. The Millington, MD bank opened in 1832, closed in 1836, was revived in 1839, and ultimately failed. The Erie & Kalamazoo Rail Road Bank was incorporated in 1835, failed about 1841, revived in 1853, and failed again in 1854. The Tiverton Bank opened in 1855, and failed in 1857. The town of Tiverton changed its name to Fall River in 1857. The Central Bank of Tennessee opened in 1856 and failed in 1858. VG to Choice Fine condition. (8) ��������������������������������� Est. $300-500