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

Archives International Auctions - Sale 65 97 March 26,2021 Archives International Auctions SCRIPOPHILY - AUTOMOBILES & TRANSPORTATION Delaware 637 637 Chrysler Corp. Specimen Bond Trio, ca. 1970-1977 Delaware. Lot of 3 pieces, includes: 1970s $10,000 Specimen 8 7/8% Registered Sinking Fund Debenture Bond in pink; 1970 $5,000 Specimen 8 7/8% Registered Sinking Fund Debenture Bond in orange; 1977 $1000 Specimen 8 7/8% Registered Sinking Fund Debenture Bond in blue. Both have specimen POCs and are in Unc. condition. SCBN. (3) ����������������� Est. $130-200 638 638 LaFayette Motors Co., 1919 Progress Proof Stock Certificate Indiana and Wisconsin (Inc. in Delaware), ND (1919). Odd Shares Progress Proof Stock Certificate, Black text on off-white paper, Eagle at top center. Writing at left, Cancelled stamps at bottom. Fine condition. The LaFayette Motors Corporation was a United States-based automobile manufacturer. Founded in 1919, LaFayette Motors was named in honor of the Marquis de la Fayette, and LaFayette autos had a cameo of the Marquis as their logo. LaFayette was originally headquartered in Mars Hill, Indianapolis, Indiana, and made luxury motor cars, beginning in 1920. LaFayette innovations include the first electric clock in an auto. In 1921, Charles W. Nash became president of LaFayette. Nash was already president of Nash Motors, but for a time the two brands remained separate companies. In 1924, Nash Motors became full owner of LaFayette Motors, and the name was retired soon after. Its factories were quickly put to a new, more profitable use: the manufacture of Ajax motor cars. Rare Progress Proof Stock Certificate. ������������ Est. $130-260 639 639 Parenti Motors Corp. Issued Bond Pair, ca. 1920-1921 Delaware. 2 pieces: 1920 10 Shares I/U 7% Capital Stock Certificate; 1921 10 Shares I/U 7% Capital Stock Certificate. Both have black text with black border, yellow underprint, and an eagle at top center. Fine condition with some signs of splitting along vertical fold lines. (2) ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $120-200 Michigan 640 640 General Motors Acceptance Corp. 1925 Specimen Bond MI. $10,000 Specimen Collateral Gold Note Bond, Black text with blue border, Eagle above globe with company initials at top center. Red specimen overprints, 00000 serial numbers, and POCs. Fine-VF condition, ABNC. GMAC was founded in 1919 to provide financing to automotive customers. Today it is Ally Financial, a bank holding company that provides financial services including car finance, online banking, corporate lending, vehicle insurance, and mortgage loans. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $75-120 641 641 Hudson Motor Car Co., ca.1920-1930 Proof Stock Certificate Michigan. <100 Shares Common Stock Proof Certificate, Black print on brown border and under tint, Arial view of manufacturing plant at top, VF-XF condition, HBNC . �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $110-160 642 642 Reo Motors, Inc., 1939 Specimen Stock Certificate Michigan, 1939. Odd Shares Specimen Voting Trust Capital Stock Certificate, Black text with purple border and underprint, Two allegorical men flank company logo at top center. Red specimen overprint, 00000 serial number, POCs. VF condition, ABNC. The REO Motor Car Company was a Lansing, Michigan-based company that produced automobiles and trucks from 1905 to 1975. At one point the company also manufactured buses on its truck platforms. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $80-140 Wednesday, March 10 th , 2021 lots 637 to 1189 U.S. & World Scripophily, U.S. Federal Bonds, Liberty Loans, & Fiscal Documents, Security Printing Ephemera, Historic Ephemera, and U.S. & World Checks, Drafts & Exchanges Following the U.S. Banknotes Section