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December 15, 1840 $5,000 Bank of the United States, New York, NY Obsolete - PCGS VF-30/mounting remnants/edge splits/LR corner damage
US Currency-Obsolete Currency
December 15, 1840 $5,000 Bank of the United States, New York, NY Obsolete - PCGS VF-30/mounting remnants/edge splits/LR corner damage
A bunch of disclaimers simply indicate the note was proudly mounted at one time, which is no surprise since not often do $5000. This iteration of the Bank of the United States had a Pennsylvania...
$1,050 $1,150
2
1862 $1 Fr# 16c - PMG AU-58/small tears
US Currency-Legal Tender Notes, Large
1862 $1 Fr# 16c - PMG AU-58/small tears
The Supernova Collection. Small tears on the far right do not intrude at all into the design. The paper remains fairly bright but does tone down a bit outside the left/right design borders.
$600 $700
3
1880 $10 Fr# 111 - VF
US Currency-Legal Tender Notes, Large
1880 $10 Fr# 111 - VF
An underrated FR number within the Legal Tender series, this tougher 1880 does have about a half-dozen visible pinholes but no other mentionable issues. Good centering and decent margins on both...
$500 $600
4
1880 $10 Fr# 102 - PMG XF-40
US Currency-Legal Tender Notes, Large
1880 $10 Fr# 102 - PMG XF-40
The Supernova Collection. A tight upper margin seems typical of these 1880 brownbacks. This note otherwise faces up slightly better than XF40 due to pleasing vibrancy and straight edges.
$1,000 $1,150
5
Four 1907 $5 Woodchopper notes - VF-XF
US Currency-Legal Tender Notes, Large
Four 1907 $5 Woodchopper notes - VF-XF
The Supernova Collection. Evenly matched. All four examples within this group lot are nearly identical 1907 $5 Legal Tender issues that are more commonly referred to as “Wood Choppers”. Each of...
$600 $800
6
1917 $1 Fr# 37, two digit serial number - PMG VF-35/tear repair
US Currency-Legal Tender Notes, Large
1917 $1 Fr# 37, two digit serial number - PMG VF-35/tear repair
A common note made somewhat more appealing by the two-digit serial number. A tear repair at bottom left cannot be missed, and the red seal has seeped a little into the back of the note.
$400 $500
7
1923 $1 Fr# 40 - ChCU
US Currency-Legal Tender Notes, Large
1923 $1 Fr# 40 - ChCU
The Supernova Collection. Despite a tight lower margin, the ChCU grade seems appropriate given strong color and potentially exceptional paper. Original embossing shows clearly on the back of the...
$500 $700
8
Five 1899 $1 Black Eagle notes - XF-ChCU
US Currency-Silver Certificates, Large
Five 1899 $1 Black Eagle notes - XF-ChCU
The Supernova Collection. The 1899 Silver Certificate, more commonly known s the “Black Eagle” is simply to impressive to ignore. This popularly collected note is represented five times over within...
$900 $1,100
9
Sequential pair of 1899 $1 Black Eagle Fr# 233 - PMG AU-58 EPQ
US Currency-Silver Certificates, Large
Sequential pair of 1899 $1 Black Eagle Fr# 233 - PMG AU-58 EPQ
Tehee-Burke signatures for this pair of 1899 Black Eagle ones. Both are designated EPQ and appear hands-down ChCU as viewed through the plastic. Two note lot.
$650 $750
10
1899 $2 Fr# 258 - PMG GemCU-65 EPQ
US Currency-Silver Certificates, Large
1899 $2 Fr# 258 - PMG GemCU-65 EPQ
The Supernova Collection. Just about sensational, the paper practically gleams with whiteness -- one can almost hear the crispness right through the plastic holder. Great left/right margins as...
$1,400 $1,600
11
1899 $5 Chief Fr# 275 - VF
US Currency-Silver Certificates, Large
1899 $5 Chief Fr# 275 - VF
The Supernova Collection. A VF example that faces up as nearly XF due to brighter paper and surprisingly vibrant blue color. Sharp edges for this photogenic example.
$600 $700
12
1899 $5 Chief - VF
US Currency-Silver Certificates, Large
1899 $5 Chief - VF
The Supernova Collection. Slightly better Teehee-Burke signatures for this moderately circulated yet still partially crisp Chief. Modestly subdued color is the result of honest wear and delicately...
$600 $700
13
1899 $5 Chief Fr# 274 - VF
US Currency-Silver Certificates, Large
1899 $5 Chief Fr# 274 - VF
The Supernova Collection. Slightly better Napier-McClung's signatures on this second-scarcest Chief number. This nice looking example had attractive color for the grade and excellent margins, with...
$500 $600
14
1899 $5 Chief Fr# 273 - PMG VF-20
US Currency-Silver Certificates, Large
1899 $5 Chief Fr# 273 - PMG VF-20
Absolutely ideal from the front, while the back shows modest linear toning toward the right where it follows the original creasing. Rock-solid with no problems at all.
$900 $1,000
15
1899 $5 Chief Fr# 277 - PMG VF-30
US Currency-Silver Certificates, Large
1899 $5 Chief Fr# 277 - PMG VF-30
The Supernova Collection. Ideal color and reasonably crisp edges are fully commensurate with the choice grade level. The bottom two corners have been folded over in the past, and turning to the back...
$900 $1,100
16
1899 $5 Chief Fr# 277 - PMG XF-45
US Currency-Silver Certificates, Large
1899 $5 Chief Fr# 277 - PMG XF-45
The Supernova Collection. UNC from the front, one must turn to the back of the note to discover the creasing that drops the grade into the choice XF range. Bright seal and denomination for a...
$875 $975
17
Five 1923 $1 Fr# 237 - CU
US Currency-Silver Certificates, Large
Five 1923 $1 Fr# 237 - CU
The Supernova Collection. All five pieces within this group lot of large size notes are 1923 Fr. 237 silver certificates that all grade out as Choice Uncirculated. Crispy and original comes to mind...
$400 $500
18
Two 1929 Type 1 National Bank Notes
US Currency-National Bank Notes
Two 1929 Type 1 National Bank Notes
Holly Berry Tree Collection. A pair of 1929 issues. First is $10 Second National Bank and Trust Company of Saginaw, Michigan, XF or better and showing outstanding contrast. Second and final is $5...
$300 $450
19
1875 $20 - Los Angeles, CA Charter #2491 - PMG F-15/stained
US Currency-National Bank Notes
1875 $20 - Los Angeles, CA Charter #2491 - PMG F-15/stained
The First National Bank of Los Angeles, California. A scarce first charter National off of one of America's great cities. Decent signatures remain relatively sharp even if the cashier's has fade a...
$2,300 $2,500
20
1882 $5 Brown Back - Norwalk, CT Serial Number 1.  Charter #754 - PMG F-12/splits
US Currency-National Bank Notes
1882 $5 Brown Back - Norwalk, CT Serial Number 1. Charter #754 - PMG F-12/splits
The Fairfield County National Bank of Norwalk, Connecticut. SERIAL NUMBER 1, and the only known existing #1 note off of the most populous county in Connecticut. On the northern shore of Long Island...
$1,900 $2,100
21
1882 $10 Value Back - Mason City, IA Charter #2574 - PMG CU-62 EPQ
US Currency-National Bank Notes
1882 $10 Value Back - Mason City, IA Charter #2574 - PMG CU-62 EPQ
The First National Bank of Mason City, Iowa. Crisp, charming black signatures adorn the front of the note, and turning to the back, one finds outstanding embossing which exemplifies the EPQ...
$1,300 $1,500
22
1902 $5 Red Seal - Benton, IL Charter #6163 - PMG VF-20
US Currency-National Bank Notes
1902 $5 Red Seal - Benton, IL Charter #6163 - PMG VF-20
The First National Bank of Benton, Illinois. Humongous, deep black signatures propel the visual drama for this Franklin County red seal. Only three have been reported, and this surely must be a...
$500 $600
23
Original Series $5 - Centralia, IL Charter #1001 - VG
US Currency-National Bank Notes
Original Series $5 - Centralia, IL Charter #1001 - VG
The First National Bank of Centralia, Illinois. Pen signatures have faded a little but remain highly legible for this very scarce Marion County five. Top and bottom margins are a bit frayed. Only...
$3,500 $4,000
24
1882 $10 Value Back - Dallas City, IL Charter #5609 - VF
US Currency-National Bank Notes
1882 $10 Value Back - Dallas City, IL Charter #5609 - VF
The First National Bank of Dallas City, Illinois. A generally vivid dateback ten off of the only bank to issue currency in Dallas City of Hancock County. Pen signed in pleasing grey-black ink for...
$900 $1,100
25
1882 $5 Brown Back - East St. Louis, IL Charter #4328 - VF
US Currency-National Bank Notes
1882 $5 Brown Back - East St. Louis, IL Charter #4328 - VF
Fr#471, charter 4328. The short-lived First National Bank of East St. Louis issued only this type before dissolution in 1907 and references suggest no more than ten large examples extant. This...
$1,300 $1,600
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