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10¢ Mormon Store House Note

1895 10¢ General Tithing Store House note “Good only for Merchandise and Produce”These were utilized as vouchers and exchangeable only at the store house. The general tithing storehouse, established in Great Salt Lake City in 1850 , distributed the donated merchandise which was provided by the community from their 10% tithing. Extensive wear.
Catalog: # PM-0108
Price: $275.00

5¢ Mormon Store House Note

1898 5¢ General Tithing Store House Overprint Meat/Produce These were utilized as vouchers and exchangeable only at the store house. The general tithing storehouse, established in Great Salt Lake City in 1850 , distributed the donated merchandise which was provided by the community from their 10% tithing. Extensive wear and some light staining.
Catalog: # PM-0107
Price: $225.00

A Sheet Of Four Two Dollar Bills With A Large Colorful Cartoon Drawing Of Bluto Accomplished And Signed By Legendary Comic Hy Eisman

A choice uncut partial sheet of four uncirculated series 1995 two dollar bills with a full color cartoon drawing of Bluto, the famous nemesis of Popeye and admirer of Olive Oyl. Signed by Hy Eisman.6 1/8" x 10 1/4". The figure of Bluto is a full 8 1/2" inches in height. A great item boldly signed by the current cartoonist of one of America's most famous and beloved comic characters. Excellent.
Catalog: # PM-0177
Cancellation: Uncancelled
Condition: Excellent
Price: $495.00

A Sheet Of Four Two Dollar Bills With A Large Colorful Cartoon Drawing Of Popeye Accomplished And Signed By Legendary Comic Hy Eisman

A choice uncut partial sheet of four uncirculated series 1995 two dollar bills with a full color cartoon drawing of Popeye signed by Hy Eisman.6 1/8" x 10 1/4". The figure of Popeye is a full 9" inches in height. A great item boldly signed by the current cartoonist of one of America's most famous and beloved comic characters. Excellent.
Catalog: # PM-0175
Cancellation: Uncancelled
Condition: Excellent
Price: $950.00

American Bank Note Company Annual Reports

We have just acquired an interesting and extraordinary annual reports of business conducted by the legendary American Bank Note Company, ABN, as it is commonly know has been America’s premier engraver and printer for 150 years. These thirteen reports document the annual activity of the company from 1864-1876. The reports are fascinating to read and they document the company’s activities in printing national currency for the United States as well as currency for foreign governments. While the detail they offer on the company finances and production is interesting to read, they are signed by some of the period’s most prominent and well respected engravers who had been highly successful independent operators before forming the American Bank Note Company. There are various combinations of the trustees of the company. Signing at the conclusion of the annual reports including the following: George N. Hatch. J.D. Bald, Jno E. Gavit JU. V. Carpenter, William Cumming Smillie James L. Graham, John G. Wellsford, A.G. Goodall, Tracy R. Edson, Charles Welsh, Theo. H. Freeland and others. This unique offering represents perhaps the most important group of such material related to the history of the American Bank Note Company. The combinations of important figures in the engraving industry offer a highly unusual opportunity to acquire these individuals in combination with one another on the early reports of one of America’s important engraving and printing companies. Offerings such as this related to companies of importance are rarely seen. All reports are intact and fine or better condition.
Catalog: # SB-3418
Topic: Miscellaneous
Price: $12500.00

Banco De Londres & Rio De La Plata 50 Pesos Note

Montevideo, Uruguay. Banco de Londres & Rio De La Plata. 50 pesos. Nr. 015391. Brown/Black/Green. Lovely vignette of liberty, coat of arms. A large note measuring 10” x 5 ¼”. Unissued. UNC. 62. A choice note.
Catalog: # PM-0229
Price: $650.00

Canada. Quebec. La Banque Nationale

Specimen. Ten dollars. November 2, 1922. Vignette of Jacque Cartier and his men aboard his ship at left and a bust portrait of the bank’s president at right. Orange “Dix” underprint. Green reverse bears the Quebec City Seal. This item has been graded and encapsulated by PASS-CO. Ch. CU-63.
Catalog: # PM-0206
Country: Canada
Topic: International Currency
Price: $245.00

First Paul Revere Printing Of Massachusetts Notes, Used To Pay The Patriots Who Served At Bunker Hill

 REVERE, PAUL
Colony of Massachusetts Bay note for ten shillings. 7” x 3 5/8”. Massachusetts. May 25, 1775. This note, part of the first emission printed by iconic American patriot Paul Revere, bears the signature of Henry Gardner, the Receiver General of Massachusetts. Following the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the Provincial Congress of MA authorized an emission of £25, 998 in “Soldiers’ Notes” in order to raise an army. These notes, the first emission printed by Paul Revere, were paid to the men who soon found themselves facing British regulars at the Battle of Bunker Hill. Working night and day, Revere threw himself into this task, at times under the watchful eye of two members of congress. Moreover, the plate used for ten shilling notes in this emission was the backside of a recycled plate that had originally been used for Revere’s famous print of the Boston Massacre. This completely engraved note, excepting signature, notations and handwritten serial number, bears partial acantus leaf design and “MBC” (Massachusetts Bay Colony) monogram at scalloped left edge. Below this design is an “American Paper” notation, which the “Amer” of American. Paper also show partial “GR” & crown watermark, which refer to King George III. A great, historically rich note. This item has been encapsulated and graded by PASS-CO. Fine.
Catalog: # PM-0179
State: Massachusetts
Topic: American Revolution
Price: $6500.00

Ket Forint Obsolete Note

No date, n.p. Obsolete note for $2. Black/white. Top center vignette of an allegorical female leaning on a shield. Left and right border vignettes of allegorical females. Unissued and fine.
Catalog: # PM-0113
Condition: Fine
Price: $20.00

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
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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

Thomas De La Rue And Company Atm Test Specimens

One each of six denominations: one, five, ten, twenty, fifty and one hundred. The six notes bear the following illustrations on obverse and reverse: one, a steamer pulling into port; five, a riverside town at the base of a mountain range; ten, a herd of bison; twenty, early North American settlers in prayer by the sea; fifty, two woodmen chopping down a large tree; one hundred, cattlemen roping a steer. These items have been encapsulated and graded as a set by PASS-CO. Superb GEM CU-67.
Catalog: # PM-0209
Topic: International Currency
Price: $275.00

Thomas De La Rue and Company Giori Process Trial Specimen

Thomas De La Rue and Company. Giori Process Trial Specimen. Vignette of William Shakespeare at right and The Globe Theatre at left. Reverse bears a variety of Shakespearian theatrical scenes. Multi-colored underprinting and security printing on obverse and reverse depicts assorted theatrical masks. This item has been encapsulated and graded by PASS-CO.
Catalog: # PM-0225
Country: Switzerland
Topic: International Currency
Price: $225.00

Utopian Bank $5 Note

Circa 1825. Baltimore, Maryland. $5 Note. “The Utopian Bank standard for one dollar being one pound of pure silver, therefore this currency for Five Dollars passing as commercial medium for the admeasurement of value will be accounted for by the bank at the intrinsic or current Exchange.” Highly detailed engraved vignette of a utopian society at work. A small tear in the paper in upper right corner with some tape residue from its repair. Small archival tape repair at margin in upper left. A rare note and very unusual. Unissued and fine.
Catalog: # PM-0226
State: Maryland
Topic: Obsolete Currency
Price: $575.00

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