Archives International Auctions Sale 65 Wednesday, March 10th, 2021 U.S., Chinese & Worldwide Banknotes, Scripophily, World Coins,

Archives International Auctions - Sale 65 176 March 26,2021 Archives International Auctions Washington, D.C. 1091 1091Federal Home Loan Banks 1977 “$10,000” Specimen Bearer Bond Washington, D.C., 1977. $10,000 Specimen 7 3/8% Series B Consolidated Coupon Bond, Black text with pink border, Pair of allegorical men standing over a town and city. Red specimen overprint, Manufacturing stamp at top right, 0000 serial numbers, and POCs. VF condition, ABNC. The Federal Home Loan Banks (FHLBanks, or FHLBank System) are 11 U.S. government-sponsored banks that provide reliable liquidity to member financial institutions (not individuals) to support housing finance and community investment. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $150-300 1092 1092Buy Defense Savings Stamps, 1941 Original American WWII Poster Washington, D.C., 22 x 28 inch poster from the U.S. Government Printing Office 1941, stating that Defense Savings Stamps can be purchased at any location with this emblem displayed, as a service of the American Railroads in the interest of National Defense. Portrait of a “Colonial Minute Man” with rifle next to title “Buy Defense Savings Stamps Here”. These stamps were sold by the United States Treasury Department to fund participation in World War II. In contrast to Liberty Bonds, which were purchased primarily by financial institutions, war savings stamps were principally aimed at common citizens. When the Treasury began issuing war savings stamps during World War II, the lowest denomination was a 10-cent stamp, enabling ordinary citizens to purchase them. In many cases, collections of war savings stamps could be redeemed for Treasury Certificates or War Bonds. XF condition and appears new. �������������� Est. $120-240 1093 1093U.S. Savings Bond, Series EE “Patriot Bond”, 2002 Bond. Louisiana and Washington, D.C., Series EE, $5000, signed by the Secretary of the Treasury, Lloyd Bentsen, printed on IBM punch card size paper. Issued in Texas and cancelled in Louisiana. Uncirculated condition. From a new find of U.S. modern savings bonds. Series EE bonds were overprinted “Patriot bond” and were issued mid December 2001. They was no financial difference other than the overprint. ������������������������������������ Est. $200-300 1094 1094War of 1812 Capital Funded Stock Receipt Remainder, Receipt for Loan of 1813, Hessler X-71 with 1814 Secretary of the Navy report. Washington, D.C., issued March 1813. Six Percent Certificate of Annuity. This remainder was bound into a book which contained a group of Letters (Reports) from the Secretary of the Navy with accounting of the Navy Department during the years of 1814-1815. Printers of the documents from “Washington City” are Roger Chew Weightman and A. & G. Way. Documents contain various expenditures during the period and to whom they were made. It is postulated by your cataloguer with paper being so expensive at that period of history, printers and book binders used what they could to bolster the bindings of reports and books. Without that practice this document would have been lost to history. The Receipt Remainder while in portions is in need of archival restoration. Nonetheless, this is a significant fiscal document from the formative years of our nation’s history. The bond was issued by Act of February 8, 1813 and is listed on pages 88 & 89, as an (R-8) in the Hessler Guide. The Receipt like bond displays the “Great Seal with Ram’s head above, safety numerals on the indented border. As an (R-8) which designates only 1-3 specimens remain, this may be your only chance of a representative example of this issue! Worthy of notice to any collector of early U.S. Treasury Fiscal paper. �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $2000-4000 1095 1095Third Liberty Loan Bond 4 1/4% Gold Bond of 1928 Issue May 9, 1918. Washington, D.C., $50, Third Liberty 4 1/4% Gold Bond of 1928 Issue May 9, 1918. SN.499813. Black on white paper with red underprints with red seal, back brown with Sitting Bald Eagle. Excellent example of this 10 year treasury Bond of 1918-1928. 4 remaining coupons included that are unattached. Attractive bond in VF to Choice VF condition. BEP. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $600-1000