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Massachusetts “Codfish” Note

Massachusetts. October 16, 1778. Fr. MA-255. 3 pence. Vignette of Codfish at top center, Pine Tree on verso. Signed by George Partridge. The verso imprint is a bit sharper than recto. Stain at lower right corner. VF.
Catalog: # CJ-1
State: Massachusetts
Topic: Colonial Currency
Price: $425.00

Mechanics Bank Of Augusta

The Mechanics' Bank of Augusta 1850's $50. Attractive mutli-vignetted note. Printed by Rawdon, Wright & Hateh. Fine
Catalog: # PM-0056
Cancellation: Uncancelled
Condition: Fine
Topic: Obsolete Currency
Price: $39.00

North Carolina Five Shilling Colonial Note

1771, December. North Carolina. Colonial note for FIVE SHILLINGS. 4” x 2 ¼”. Lower left corner vignette of a pen and quill. Signers were Richard Caswell, Lewis De Rosset, John Harvey and John Rutherfurd. Tear at center fold repaired on verso with archival tape. Numerous small repairs on verso with archival tape. Some chinking along borders. Upper right corner missing. Uncancelled.
Catalog: # PM-0178
Cancellation: Uncancelled
State: North Carolina
Topic: Colonial Currency
Price: $175.00

North Carolina Ten Shilling Colonial Note

1771, December. North Carolina. Colonial note for TEN SHILLINGS. 4” x 2 ¼”. Lower left corner vignette of a ship. Signers were Richard Caswell, Lewis De Rosset, John Harvey and John Rutherfurd. Tear at vertical and horizontal centerfold repaired on verso with archival tape. Uncancelled.
Catalog: # PM-0181
Cancellation: Uncancelled
State: North Carolina
Topic: Colonial Currency
Price: $175.00

North Carolina Two Shillings & Six Pence Colonial Note

1771, December. North Carolina. Colonial note for TWO SHILLINGS and SIX PENCE. 4” x 2 ¼”. Lower left corner vignette of a house. Signers were Richard Caswell, Lewis De Rosset, John Harvey and John Rutherfurd. Tear at center fold repaired on verso with archival tape. Numerous small repairs on verso with archival tape. Some chinking along borders. Upper right corner missing. Uncancelled.
Catalog: # PM-0183
Cancellation: Uncancelled
State: North Carolina
Topic: Colonial Currency
Price: $145.00

Obsolete Massachusetts Cochituate Bank $5 Note

1850's, Massachusetts. A Cochituate Bank $5 Note. Very graphic vignettes throughout.
Catalog: # PM-0030
Cancellation: Uncancelled
State: Massachusetts
Topic: Obsolete Currency
Price: $55.00

Scarce California, New York & European Steamship Company Scrip

1865. Unissued $50 scrip payable “ at any Office of the Company for a second cabin ticket between New York and San Francisco….or…in payment of freight, or it will be redeemed in gold as paid.” Printed by Archibald, Maclaw. New York. Scarce.
Catalog: # PM-0150
State: California
Price: $495.00

Serial # 32 Presented To Frances Cleveland

 CLEVELAND, FRANCES F.
Extremely Rare low serial number (#32). 1896 $1 Silver Certificate Friedberg No. 224 with original presentation envelope to the President’s wife, Mrs. Grover Cleveland. In an original Treasury Department envelope as transmitted to the first lady: “Mrs. Cleveland #32, July 23, 1896.” A choice opportunity to acquire one of the lowest possible numbers of this highly popular series which was presented to the First Lady. An interesting rarity.
Catalog: # PM-0106
Topic: Presidents and First Ladies
OUT OF STOCK

State of Connecticut Note For Interest Due

6” x 3 ¼”. “THIS Certifies that the Sum of Four pounds Hard Money, payable out of the Dec. 2d. Tax 1782, March 1d. March 2d. March 9d. April 12d. Dec. 6d. Tax 1783, March 8d. Dec. 6d. Tax 1784, or …Tax 1785, is due from the State of Connecticut, unto …Brooks for Interest…. Money loaned to said State. February 19, 1786.” Signed by J. Lawrence as Treasurer. Whole cut cancellation at center. Very Fine.
Catalog: # PM-0230
State: Connecticut
Topic: Early America
Price: $145.00

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