Archives International Auctions Sale 63 U.S., Chinese & Worldwide Banknotes, Scripophily, and Security Printing Ephemera and Historic Ephemera December 9th & 10th 2020

Archives International Auctions - Sale 63 102 December 9-10,2020 Archives International Auctions Utah Territory 644 644 Wells Fargo & Co. Bankers 1877 I/C Check Quintet Shauntie, Utah Territory. Lot of 5 pieces, all are I/C checks from Wells Fargo & Co. Bankers, Salt Lake City, Utah, but issued in Shauntie, Utah. Black text with black border, orange revenue stamp underprint. Fine condition. Wells Fargo &Company is an American multinational financial services company headquartered in San Francisco, California, with managerial offices throughout the United States and overseas. It is the world’s fourth-largest bank by market capitalization and the fourth largest bank in the US by total assets. Shauntie Utah was formed in 1870 when miners entered the area and made some good discoveries. The area became a center point of the North and South Star mining districts. Long story short, the town boomed until 1877 when the ore dried up and everyone left. Rarer Utah Territorial, Ghost Town Checks. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $140-280 Various States 645 645 Large Group of Issued Bank Checks and other Ephemera, ca. 1860-70’s, Many With Adhesive Revenue Stamps. New York, Massachusetts and other States. Lot includes over 70 items, some are Issued bank checks from various financial institutions, such as: First National Bank of Malden in Malden Massachusetts; Pennsylvania National Bank; National Bank of Newburgh, New York; Highland National Bank in Newburgh, New York; and Harvard Trust Co. Also includes handwritten ephemera, such as judgements from County Supreme Courts and rental agreements, many from Orange County, New York. All date from the mid to late 1800s and are in Fine condition. Over 70 pieces total. ������������������������������������������������������� Est. $50-100 646 646 Western, Eastern & Midwest imprinted & Adhesive Revenue Checks, Drafts & Exchanges group of 28, ca.1828 to 1880’s. Various States, Lot of 28 pieces, highlights includes 20 different I.R. Checks including RN-G1, B, C, D & F varieties from Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. Also includes an 1865, San Francisco, CA., Silver Mining Company Assessment, an 1828 Chester County, Corporation of the Poor check, railroad related and banking checks and drafts and City Bank of New Haven; Charter Oak National Bank; Fourth National Bank of the City of New York; Thompson National Bank; New York and New Haven Railroad Co.; and Corn Exchange National Bank and others. Mostly I/C, some U/U with imprinted revenue. (28)����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $120-240 Vermont 647 647 Merchants National Bank of Burlington,Vermont, 1918 I/C Drafts, a Majority Attractive ABN Printed Designs. Burlington, VT. Lot includes of 109 pieces, all I/C checks from Merchants National Bank, located in Burlington, Vermont. Some of the checks have black text with green background, the rest have black text with a large eagle depicted at top center. Fine condition, most dating from 1918. 109 pieces. Merchants Bank was organized in 1849 and took a national charter in 1865 becoming The Merchants National Bank of Burlington, Vermont. (109) ����� Est. $140-250 648 648 Northfield National Bank, 1899 Group of 30 Drafts with IR RNX-7 Vermont, 1899. Lot of 30 Issued checks from the Northfield National Bank, Brown text printed on pink paper, Company logo depicted at left. All with RN-X7 imprinted revenues, All are in XF to AU condition. (30)�������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $25-50 EPHEMERA - ADVERTISING Various States 649 649 Trade Cards and Advertising Ephemera, ca.1880-1920’s Miscellaneous items. Various Locations. Lot of 14 items related to consumer product advertisements, highlights include: Whittemore Bros. & Co., Gilt Edge in Large Bottles; Nevills & McWatters, Hennings Health Preserving Corset; William Broadhead & Sons, “Broadmead” Dress Goods; and an advertisement for Edward W. Webb’s campaign for Regular Republican Nomination of Greenpoint; a Manhattan Beach- Coney Island trade card ca.18890’s with Steamship schedule on back; 1900-20, Key West, Florida, Stereo-photo card “Delivering Fresh Milk, Key West”; and other trade cards, Mostly Fine to XF. (14). ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $40-80