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Public Auction #444

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COINS AND CURRENCY — Currency
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
1039United States 1896 five dollars Educational Silver Certificate appears to be in very fine condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 750.00
Current Bid: $425.00
Minimum Bid: $450.00

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1040An art museum and historical library in four stockbooks. A huge hoard of German Areas Notgeld, or emergency currency, issued by numerous cities, towns, and regions in the German Empire and the Weimar Republic, 1917-1920’s. About 1,500 individual items. Almost no duplication. The currency might have had only fleeting purchasing power, but the colors, design, printing methods, and subject matter lend each note enduring artistic and cultural value. Condition is excellent overall; few notes saw any actual use. Neatly organized. Awaiting a new owner who will give direction and focus to this assemblage of hundreds and hundreds of items.Cat. Value: S.B. 600.00
Current Bid: $425.00
Minimum Bid: $450.00
1041United States 1896 two dollars Educational Silver Certificate appears to be in extra fine condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 600.00
Current Bid: $375.00
Minimum Bid: $400.00
1042United States 1896 one dollar Educational Silver Certificate appears to be in almost uncirculated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 500.00
Current Bid: $325.00
Minimum Bid: $350.00
1043Massachusetts Bay “Codfish Note” colonial currency four shillings, six pence from. October 18, 1776. In circulated condition, severely folded vertically middle, barely staying as an intact note. Still super scarce and historical.Cat. Value: S.B. 400.00
Current Bid: $200.00
Minimum Bid: $210.00

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1044Twelve Confederate States of America currency from 1861 to 1864. Includes one dollar to one hundred dollars in circulated condition which varies from note to note. Also involves six notes from North Carolina and one from the City of Richmond. Coming along for the ride is an additional two US fractional currencies. A well-rounded holding which needs viewing to come up with a comfortable buying price.Cat. Value: S.B. 350.00
Current Bid: $210.00
Minimum Bid: $220.00
1045United States fractional currency selection involving 9 fifty cents cents from the First, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Issues. Notes are in various stages of circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 300.00
Current Bid: $150.00
Minimum Bid: $160.00
1046United States fractional currency selection comprising of 9 ten cents from the First, Second, Third, and Fifth Issues. Notes are in various stages of circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Current Bid: $100.00
Minimum Bid: $110.00
1047United States 1906 $20 gold certificate currency Fr. 1186. Graded by PCGS very fine 30.Cat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Current Bid: $160.00
Minimum Bid: $170.00
1048United States 1917 $1 Legal Tender currency Fr. 39 Speelman/White. Graded by PMG choice about unc. 58.Cat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Current Bid: $100.00
Minimum Bid: $110.00

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1049United States thirteen currency selection. Includes 1899 and 1923 one-dollar silver certificates and 1917 one-dollar legal tender note. Also Republic of Texas currency from the early 1840s comprising one, two, three, five, ten,100, and 500 dollars in poor condition having severe tears, fraying, foxing, and some pieces missing. Likewise includes one each five, ten dollars from 1864 Confederate States and one-dollar 1854 Bank of Washtenaw, Michigan. Still fascinating historical grouping. Condition as per scans; so viewing important in order to place a bid.Cat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Current Bid: $300.00
Minimum Bid: $325.00
1050United States fractional currency selection involving 5 twenty-five cents from the First, Second, and Third Issues. Notes are in different stages of circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Current Bid: $75.00
Minimum Bid: $80.00
1051New Jersey fifteen shillings colonial currency from March 25, 1776 in nice circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Current Bid: $70.00
Minimum Bid: $75.00
1052Group of canceled and audited 1862 5 and 10¢ obsolete notes from Portage County, Ohio in the town of Ravenna. Includes five, 5 centers and ten, 10 centers. Mixed condition. Canceled in 1883.Cat. Value: S.B. 120.00
Current Bid: $60.00
Minimum Bid: $65.00
1053Maryland four dollars colonial currency from April 10, 1774 in circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 120.00
Current Bid: $50.00
Minimum Bid: $55.00
1054United States 1914 $10 Federal Reserve currency New York Fr. 911a. Graded by PMG very fine 25.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Current Bid: $50.00
Minimum Bid: $55.00
1055United States fractional currency selection consisting of 5 five cents from the First, Second, and Third Issues in various stages of circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Current Bid: $50.00
Minimum Bid: $55.00
1056Massachusetts Bay two dollars colonial currency from May 5, 1780 in circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Current Bid: $50.00
Minimum Bid: $55.00
1057United States Continental colonial currency eight dollars from July 22, 1776 in circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Current Bid: $50.00
Minimum Bid: $55.00
1058United States Continental colonial currency six dollars from February 26, 1777 in circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Current Bid: $50.00
Minimum Bid: $55.00

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