Archives International Auctions Auction 84 April 4, 2023

Archives International Auctions - Sale 84 96 April 4, 2023 Archives International Auctions EPHEMERA - SOCIAL Pennsylvania 497 497 Macerated Currency Post Card from the Treasury Department, dated 1910, Happy New Year Written on Back, Face States that the Post Card is made of $200 of Macerated Currency Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1910. BEP Macerated Currency Post Card used in 1910. Post card sent from Pennsylvania to Rhode Island wishing a happy new year. Eagle design at top left, VF condition. The face has printed “MADE FROM THE PULP OF BANK NOTES REDEEMED AND MACERATED BY THE U.S. TREASURY, WASHINGTON, D.C., ESTIMATED TO CONTAIN $200”. XF condition. Scarce and interesting. ���������� Est. $120-240 EPHEMERA - TRADING CARDS California 498 498 Roy Rogers Trading Card Set Pair, ca.1955. California, ND (1955). 2 Complete Sets of Roy Rogers Trading Cards, Presented with Roy Rogers Bubble Gum. Both sets have Cards N0. 1- 21. The cards feature scenes from Roger’s popular movie, Old Amarillo. Known as the “King of the Cowboys” American actor and singer Roy Rogers was actually born in the city as Leonard Franklin Slye, but changed his name to Roy Rogers when he got his first cowboy role. His character had a TV show of the same name between 1951 and 1957 and he appeared in many western films. Such was his popularity that the Roy Rogers name was used for all sorts of endorsements including these “Roy Rogers Bubble Gum” cards and even a restaurant chain. Roy was always the good guy who with his trusty horse Trigger, dog Bullet and a number of different sidekicks, sometimes including real-life wife Dale Evans, always defeated the baddies usually ending the show with a song. In this film the baddies are a greedy landowner and a ruthless gunman who are trying to cheat locals out of their property, but needless to say Roy puts everything right. This series was also produced under the name Roy Rogers Gum but without any text on the backs. Pure nostalgia from a time when good guys always wore white hats. (42 cards) ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $50-100 SECURITY PRINTING EPHEMERA Canada & Washington, D.C. 499 499 Dura Note, Sample Advertising Test Note - Polymer Material Progress Proof Block of 6AdNote 1980-1990’s. P-unlisted. 100 Denomination. Uncut block of 6 “Dura” Notes. Polymer banknote material similar to Tyvek but more translucent. Red brown on light green undertint, Ocean oil well drilling platform with ornate designs on front. back with undertint only, Uncirculated to Gem Uncirculated condition. (6 notes on one uncut block). ��������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $250-500 500 500 International Plate Printers, Die Stampers and Engravers Union of N.A., 1988, “95th Anniversary” Convention Souvenir Certificate Canada and Washington, D.C., 1988. Commemorative certificate celebrating the organizations 95th anniversary, Black intaglio printing with multiple beautiful vignettes including Canadian and U.S. buildings and Monuments, printed on thin card, Uncirculated to CU condition. British American Bank Note Inc. ���������� Est. $150-300 Kansas & Missouri 501 501 Printing Company Advertisements & Ephemera Assortment, ca.1970s-1990s KS & MO., ca.1970s-1990s. Group of Advertisement Cards and Scrip, Includes: $1, $3, $5, & $50 Auction Scrip to be used at auction (4); $15 Central Airlines Advertising Certificate; 10 cent, 25 cent, 50 cent, & $1 Executive Club Script (7) l Noonday Club Advertising Script (2); Citizens National Bank Advertising Note. Pieces are in VF-XF condition. (15). Sold “AS IS” no returns accepted. ��������������������������������� Est. $25-50