Archives International Auctions Auction 71 November 23, 2021 U.S. & Worldwide Banknotes, Scripophily, Security Printing Ephemera, and Historic Financial Ephemera

Archives International Auctions - Sale 71 67 November 23, 2021 Archives International Auctions 352 352 C.S.A., 1861, $5, T-34, PCGS VF 25. Richmond, VA.... September 2nd, 1861. $5, T-34, Issued banknote, S/N 27495 Plate #Y, PCGS graded Very Fine 25. Cross-Cut Cancelled, Mounting remnants, Tape stain at top center, LL corner tip missing. K&B. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $160-280 353 353 C.S.A., 1861, $5, Third Issue, CGA Fine 15. Richmond, VA….. September 2nd, 1861. $5, Third Issue, Issued banknote, S/N 94879, CGA graded Fine 15. ��� Est. $120-240 354 354 C.S.A., 1862, $2, T-42, PCGS VF 35. Richmond, VA.... June 2nd, 1862. $2, T-42, Issued banknote, S/N 35954 Plate 2, PCGS graded Very Fine 35. ���������������� Est. $150-300 355 355 C.S.A., 1862, $2, T-43, PCGS Fine 15. Richmond, VA….. June 2nd, 1862. $2, T-43, Issued banknote, S/N 59001 Plate #9, PCGS graded Fine 15. Apparent small edge tear at top left, Partially repaired edge tear at left. ������������������������������������������������� Est. $220-375 STAMPS, POSTAL HISTORY & BACK OF BOOK Washington, D.C. 356 356 Francis E. Spinner Hand Written Autograph Official Business Envelope as Treasurer of the U.S., 1862. Washington, D.C..... Francis E. Spinner Autograph on envelope at top right corner, underneath Official Business header, with Treasurer U.S. underneath. Fine condition with toning from large red wax stamp on back. Francis Elias Spinner ( January 21, 1802 – December 31, 1890) was a U. S. Representative from New York from 1855 to 1861. Two weeks after Spinner left Congress, President Abraham Lincoln appointed him Treasurer of the United States. He served through the Johnson and Grant administrations from March 16, 1861, until his resignation on July 1, 1875. During the Civil War, he hired women as clerks because they weren’t subject to military service. He paid them well and defended their employment against critics. He was the first government administrator to hire women, and he continued to do so after the Civil War. ��������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $90-180 U.S. LARGE TYPE New York 357 357 Francis E. Spinner Autograph on 1846 MohawkValley Bank Check Mohawk, New York, 1846. $38.47 I/C Check from Mohawk Valley Bank, Black text with George Washington depicted at left, Person in rowboat at bottom center. Signed by Francis E. Spinner as Cashier. Fine condition. Francis Elias Spinner ( January 21, 1802 – December 31, 1890) was an American politician from New York. He served as Treasurer of the United States from 1861 to 1875, under presidents Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, and Ulysses S. Grant. He also was the first administrator in the federal government to employ women for clerical jobs. Spinner cultivated his singular autograph, seen on paper money, checks and other financial documents, in order to prevent counterfeiting. He was buried at the Mohawk Cemetery in Mohawk, New York, where a large bronze statue of him stands. Scarce and famous autograph. ������������ Est. $80-160 U.S. SMALL TYPE Washington, D.C. 358 358 U.S. F.R.N., $1, Series of 2001, Pack of 100 Replacement* Notes. Philadelphia, PA. $1, Pack of 100 Replacement notes, Series 2001, Murin | O’Neill signatures, S/N C03219301* to C03219400*, Choice to Gem Uncirculated. �������� Est. $180-280