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Gold: $1,943.67
Silver: $26.41
Platinum: $944.37
Palladium: $2,110.55
G/S: 73.59
Pt/G: 0.49
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Lot #: Go
Lot Title: Three Obsolete Banknotes
Lot Number: 1
Description: Berry Tree Collection. First is Farmers Bank of (Richmond) Virginia, payable at Alexandria Branch, graded PCGS F-12, and with provenance to the John J Ford collection. Next is Carson City (NV) Savings Bank $75 Jan. 31, 1883, and rubber stamped "Paid Feb 28 1883." This outstanding note features a vignette of an 1870 Liberty gold coin on the front, which ambiguously could represent a half-eagle or eagle, both of which are very rare and expensive coins. Finally, a very rare Jefferson City, MO $3 printed on cream-tinted paper is cited by PCGS as grading "VF-35 apparent" due to "minor edge tear at lower right". Intriguing currency-collector material in this three note lot.
Estimate: $350-$400
Lot Status: Bidding has been closed for this lot.
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Hammered Price: $350
Price Realized: $403

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Three Obsolete Banknotes
Three Obsolete Banknotes