Archives International Auctions Auction 83 February 28, 2023

Archives International Auctions - Sale 83 87 February 28, 2023 Archives International Auctions New York 427 427 Drexel, Morgen & Co; Kidder, Peabody & Co.; and, Baring, Magoun & Co, Second of Exchanges, ca.1888-94. New York, 1888 to 189494. Lot of 3 Issued Second of Exchanges. All are payable to corresponding banks in England including Baring Brothers, All are VF to XF condition. All are printed by ABNC. (3). ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $55-110 Nevada 428 428 Carson City Savings Bank, 1877-1882, Gold Coin Deposit Certificate Assortment Carson, Nevada, 1877-1882. Collection of 22, I/C Gold Coin Deposit slips, metallic Gold printing with image of allegorical reaper at left side, All are payable between 8 to 10% interest. Fine to XF condition. (22) Sold “AS IS” no returns accepted. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $100-200 Pennsylvania 429 429 Pennsylvania Co. for Insurances on Lives and Granting Annuities, 1876-82, Lot of 51, IR RN-G1 Checks Pennsylvania, 1876-82. Lot of 51, I/C Checks, Black on pale pink paper with imprinted revenue RN-G1, Pieces are in Fine-VF condition. (51). Sold “AS IS” no returns accepted. ������������������������������������������������������ Est. $40-80 Texas 430 430 Marlin, Texas and Llano, Texas, ca.1900-1910, 2 Uncut Proof Check Sheets of 3 from Texas Banks Texas.... 1900-1910. Lot of 2 Uncut sheets of 3 Specimen/proof checks, Includes: LLano, Texas, 190x, Home National Bank of Llano, Black text with brown undertint of an eagle and shield, Long horn Steer at left, VF condition; and, Marlin, Texas. 190x, First National Bank of Marlin, Black text with building at left, VF condition with light staining. Both have lithograph printing details on back. (2 sheets of 3 checks) ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $55-110 U.S. & Peru 431 431 United States Navy Bill of Exchange, 1870 I/C Historic First Exchange Issued off of Callao, Peru. Callao, Peru and U.S., February 25th, 1870. $2000 I/C First of Exchange from USS ‘Onward.’ Portrait of George Washington at bottom and sailing ship at top with sailor along left side margin. Written Cancelled across face. Onward was launched 3 July 1852 by James O. Curtis at Medford, Massachusetts, for Reed, Wade, and Co., of Boston, Massachusetts, and operated in the merchant service between New York City, Boston, and San Francisco. Purchased by the U.S. Navy at New York City from John Ogden on 9 September 1861, for service in the American Civil War, Onward commissioned at New York Navy Yard on 11 January 1862, Acting Volunteer Lieutenant J. Frederick Nickels in command. The exchange was issued to Commander Milton Haxton and signed by him on the back on Feb, 25th, 1870 where it was evidently issued and endorsed to the Pacific Steam & Navigation Company on February, 1870 who then deposited it at the Bank of Liverpool in in England on April 2nd, 1870. The exchange also has a 1 Pound English “Foreign Bill” adhesive revenue stamp on the back. The corresponding bank of the Exchange-draft listed on the face was Baring Brothers in London. Commander Haxton was in charge of the U.S. steamer Mercedita and part of the North Atlantic Blockading fleet during the Civil War in 1865. Rare U.S. Navy bill of exchange. ABNC. �������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $600-1200