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Public Auction #442

Click here for pre-auction bidding, ends November 22, 2019 at 6:00PM (New York time)
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Bids updated November 16, 2019 at 1:44pm (New York time)

COINS AND CURRENCY — Currency
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
32United States 1885 five dollars Brown Back National Currency from the First National Bank of Fort Pierce, South Dakota in Stanley County Charter # 4237. This bank was chartered in 1890 and liquidated in 1894 and had outstanding in 1910 of $150. Only this type of note was issued for this bank. According to the Kelly Book Fourth Edition, this bank is “unreported.” Note is heavily circulated condition having fraying and small tears on its edge. Being so scarce or possibly unique now is the time to obtain this rarity.Cat. Value: S.B. 500.00
Current Bid: $250.00
Minimum Bid: $260.00
33United States 1885 five dollars Brown Back National Currency from the Merchants National Bank of Portland, Maine in Cumberland County Charter # 1023. This bank was liquidated in 1905 and had outstanding in 1910 $14,936. This note appears to be in very good condition having several small tears and edge problems. This is a nice example from a rare bank.Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Current Bid: $100.00
Minimum Bid: $110.00

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34United States Department of Treasury uncut sheets in their original holders, envelopes or tube from the 1980s. Consists of $1.00 in increments of three each 32, 16, and 4 and $2.00 in two 16 and three 4. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY.Cat. Value: S.B. 220.00
Current Bid: $190.00
Minimum Bid: $200.00
35United States 1885 five dollars Brown Back National Currency from the Casco National Bank of Portland, Maine in Cumberland County Charter # 1060. This bank was liquidated in 1915 and had outstanding in 1916 $52,280. This note is in heavily circulated condition having fraying and several tears on its edge. An good example from a popular stateCat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Current Bid: $100.00
Minimum Bid: $110.00
36United States 1896 one silver dollar “Educational” currency. Appears to be in fine condition having a small tear by the middle right edge. Neat historical note.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Current Bid: $50.00
Minimum Bid: $55.00
37Accumulation of eight United States currency from around the Civil War. Consists of three fractional, two private issues, one Confederate notes, and two others. Condition varies; so bid accordingly.Cat. Value: S.B. 75.00
Current Bid: $60.00
Minimum Bid: $65.00
38Two Confederate States of America 1863 one dollar, 1864 twenty dollars and a Mississippi 1862 one dollar. All are in various grades of circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 75.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
39Mesilla, Arizona one dollar good for script issued on October 30, 1862 by I. Sumowski & Co. Folded vertically middle and condition as per scan.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $30.00
Minimum Bid: $32.00
40Confederate States 1862 two dollars, North Carolina 1861 two dollars, and Virginia Treasure 1862 one-dollar currency in various grades of circulated condition in a frame. Also includes two nicely framed “copies” of a Confederate 500 dollars and a State of Florida three dollars.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $20.00
Minimum Bid: $22.00
41United States 1934 A 20 dollars “Hawaii” overprinted Federal Reserve Note in circulated condition. Has soiling on its reverse.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
42Dominion of Canada 1882 four dollars currency in heavily circulated condition, Note has some foxing on its edge, small tears, and a small hole by the Duke of Argyll’s nose.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $34.00
Minimum Bid: $36.00
43Uncut sheets of four of a $1.00, $2.00, and $5.00 Federal Reserve Notes. Appears uncirculated.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $34.00
Minimum Bid: $36.00
44US currency 1923 horse blanket note. This fairly clean $1 silver certificate is complete with no holes, but has been noticeably folded a few times. A good example of this highly collectible note.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
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