Archives International Auctions Auction 83 February 28, 2023

Archives International Auctions - Sale 83 85 February 28, 2023 Archives International Auctions Philadelphia and New York 417 417 American Bank Note Company, 1860 Business Letterhead Pair Issued in New York and Philadelphia. New York and Pennsylvania, 1860, Lot of 2 different Intaglio printed letterheads by ABNC branches that are both addressed to Titus Eddy & Co., Ink manufacturers in Troy New York. Includes: New York, Jan. 25, 1860 Letterhead from the New York officethat is requesting 2 barrels of Calcined Black (ink) with the letter signed by Wm. H. Whiting from the firmWellstood, Hay & Whiting, the letterhead design is relatively simple with a curved “Office of the American Bank Note Co.”, title curved on top with the New York location; and, Philadelphia, June 19th, 1860. Letter to Eddy requesting a bill with the letter signed by Henry Perkins from the firm Danforth, Perkins & Company. The letterhead has ornate lettering on top listing Robert Draper as Manager and Henry Perkins as Secretary and Treasurer over the comapny name with listing of the companies making up ABNC on the left and the office branch locations on the right. This is an early rare variety of ABNC letterhead. Both are in VF to XF condition. ABNC. (2) ������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $350-500 Washington, D.C. 418 418 Bureau of Engraving & Printing, Large Format Presidential Vignette Assortment Washington, D.C., Vignettes of Past United States Presidents, includes George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, JFK, Harry Truman, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon and more, on 9x12 on thin cardstock, Uncirculated condition. (17). Sold “AS IS” no returns accepted. ���������������������������������������������������� Est. $80-160 U.S. Federal Bonds & Fiscal Documents 419 419 Federal Reserve Bank of NewYork. United States. 8-1/2 x 11 inch three ring 1 inch thick binder packed with printed fliers and documents relating to the NY Fed, US Treasury or Government Printing Office documents on the US Savings bond program. Ca. 1946-1971. Probably not complete, however, informative for research on rates and procedures. Many loose pages, now with rough edges. ������������������������������������������� Est. $55-110 England & Washington, D.C. 420 420 United States Government 4% Loan, Scrip for $100, 1895 Specimen Bond. U.S. & England. $100, Specimen $100, Series D, Ochre-brown text and borders, Black “00000” Serial Numbers, POC’s, Payable in Pounds Sterling. U.S. Government 4% Loan of 1895 for $62,317,500, AU condition, English imprinted revenue stamp on the upper left and punch cancelled, BW&C. ��������������������������������������� Est. $500-1000