Archives International Auctions Sale 61 U.S., Chinese & Worldwide Banknotes, Scripophily, and Security Printing Ephemera and Historic Ephemera October 4 & 5, 2020

Archives International Auctions - Sale 61 187 October 4-5,2020 Archives International Auctions New York 1249 1249 Bryant & Stratton’s International College Bank, 1868, $1000 Issued College Currency Obsolete Note. New York.... January 2, 1868, $1000, Issued Obsolete College Currency, Black on green underprint, Native American Warrior on horseback on the lower left, George Washington portrait at lower right, NY State Arms middle, S/N 7051, Back with green text describing the courses and information of the college as well as the locations. VF condition with a 3 small pi holes in center, Scarce high denomination college currency note. Hatch & Co., N.Y.��� Est. $140-250 1250 1250 Chas. H. Shepard, M.D., Turkish Bath, ca.1860’s 75 Cents “Good For” Proof Ticket. Columbia Heights, Brooklyn..... NY, ND (ca.1860’s), 75 Cents, Proof Scrip Note, Printed on india paper, 2.5 x 1.25 inches, Black printed on india paper, Cherub messaging another cherub on left, Attractive and cute scrip note for interesting subject. Uncirculated. Franklin BNC. ������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $130-260 1251 1251 The Park Bank New-York, ND (ca.1850-60’s) Proof Obsolete Banknote Back. New York, NY. The Park Bank proof back printed on india paper mounted on manila card. The plate # V 41399 is printed on the original impression and also on the top of the manila card. View of large fountain in middle with barrels, boat, rope and miscellaneous items flanking the central vignette with cross hatching on the left and right. No denomination. printed by RWH&E. AU condition with some staining spots on the left and light glue stains on the right. Rare.����������������������������������������� Est. $70-120 Pennsylvania 1252 1252 Borough of Hollidaysburg, 1841 Obsolete Scrip Note Trio. Hollidaysburg, PA., Lot of 3 notes, Includes 12 1/2 cents, H 159-15, Signed Remainder, AU; 50 cents, H 159-20, Issued, VG; and $2, H 159-26, Remainder, appears AU but there is a 8 mm missing piece on the lower right margin, Scarce notes rarely seen at auction. (3)���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $250-500 1253 1253 Philadelphia Loan Company, Financial Panic of 1837 Uncut Proof Sheet of 6 Notes by UBS&H. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 22nd May, 1837, Uncut proof sheet of 6 notes, black on off white paper, 50cts-10cts-10cts-25cts-5cts-5cts. Mounted on thin white card, Evidently a secured scrip note that paid 1% per year, Light toning, foxing and glue stains in the corners, otherwise in Fine condition. Underwood, Bald, Spencer & Hufty imprint. Rare and possibly unique as sheet. ������������������ Est. $600-1000 South Carolina. Iowa. Ohio 1254 1254 Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail Road, 1873 Obsolete Scrip Note & Others (ca. 1920s). Railroad & Advertising Trio. SC. IA. OH. Lot of 3 items, includes rail pass for two dated 1873, by the Charlotte, Columbia, & Augusta Rail Road, “10” denomination, VF with a 4 mm tear bottommiddle, S/N 2159; 1860-70’s, Creston, Iowa furniture dealer George W. Auracher issue scrip/advertising note with “3” denomination, VG with missing pieces; and a ca.1920’s Deerfield Water advertising note/coupon for a “Glass of Deerfield”, Fine. An unusual trio. (3)������ Est. $70-120 Tennessee 1255 1255 City of Memphis 1867 (Reprint ca.1960-70’s) Uncut Sheet of 4 Progress Proprietary Proofs With Undertint. Memphis, TN..... Lot of 2 Sheets, Includes lot of 4 notes (uncut sheet of 4) of black printing without underprint and another sheet of the underprint in green without black text, border or vignette, Originally printed in 1866-67 (ca.1960-70’s), $5-5-10-20, (Haxby Unlisted), Modern “Proprietary Proofs”. The $5 proofs have ornate dock scene with cotton bale loaded steamboats, barrels and workers on top middle, standing allegorical women on left with flag; The $10 note has locomotive at station on top left with Tennessee arms on lower right; The $20 note has portrait of military man in uniform flanked by allegorical female holding sheaves on left and blacksmith on right, Black printing without underprint printed on white paper of text, title and vignette and a second sheet of only the green underprints, Uncirculated condition. ABNC. Archival “Proprietary” proofs rarely seen in sheet form. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $400-800