Fr. 185m (W-4088). 1880 $500 Legal Tender Note. PCGS About New 50.

Fr. 185

200000 - 300000
1863年1000美元纸钞 PCGS AU 58

1863年10

800000 - 1200000
1880年1000美元纸钞 PCGS BG AU 55

1880年10

800000 - 1200000
Fr. 189 (W-5300). 1878 $10,000 Legal Tender. PCGS Very Choice New 64. Proof Mounted on Bonded Card.

Fr. 189

25000 - 35000
Fr. 190b (W-1236). 1864 $10 Compound Interest Treasury Note. PCGS New 61

Fr. 190

40000 - 60000
Fr. 191a (W-1953). 1864 $20 Compound Interest Treasury Note. PCGS Extremely Fine 40.

Fr. 191

15000 - 25000
Fr. 197a (W-1930). 1863 $20 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS About New 50 PPQ.

Fr. 197

70000 - 100000
Fr. 199 (W-3245). 1863 $100 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Very Fine 30

Fr. 199

100000 - 150000
Fr. 202a (W-2600). 1861 $50 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Choice About New 58. Specimen.

Fr. 202

15000 - 25000
Fr. 202c (W-3920). 1861 $500 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Choice About New 55. Specimen.

Fr. 202

15000 - 25000
Fr. 202d (W-4400). 1861 $1000 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS New 61. Proof.

Fr. 202

15000 - 25000
Fr. 203 (W-2660). 1863 $50 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Very Fine 30.

Fr. 203

70000 - 100000
Fr. 207 (W-2620). 1861 $50 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Very Fine 25.

Fr. 207

225000 - 275000
1861年500美元纸钞 PCGS VF 25

1861年50

300000 - 400000
Fr. 212. (W-2680) 1864 $50 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Fine 15.

Fr. 212

75000 - 100000
Fr. 165a (W-3432). 1862 $100 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Very Fine 35.

Fr. 165

80000 - 100000
Fr. 150 (W-2773). 1863 $50 Legal Tender Note. PCGS About New 50 PPQ.

Fr. 150

175000 - 225000
Fr. 138 (W-2011). 1880 $20 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Superb Gem New 67 PPQ.

Fr. 138

15000 - 20000
Fr. 126b (W-1968). 1863 $20 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ.

Fr. 126

12500 - 17500
Fr. 95b (W-1264). 1863 $10 Legal Tender Note. PCGS New 62 PPQ.

Fr. 95b

7500 - 12500
Fr. 65 (W-653). 1875 $5 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ.

Fr. 65

4000 - 6000
Fr. 63a (W-637). 1863 $5 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Superb Gem New 67 PPQ.

Fr. 63a

10000 - 15000
Fr. 51 (W-319). 1880 $2 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ.

Fr. 51

3000 - 4000
Fr. 44 (W-314). 1875 $2 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ.

Fr. 44

5000 - 7500
Fr. 41 (W-305). 1862 $2 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ.

Fr. 41

15000 - 25000
Fr. 37 (W-34). 1917 $1 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Superb Gem New 67 PPQ.

Fr. 37

1000 - 1500
Fr. 28 (W-23). 1880 $1 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Superb Gem New 67 PPQ.

Fr. 28

3000 - 4000
Fr. 16 (W-9). 1862 $1 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Superb Gem New 67 PPQ.

Fr. 16

20000 - 25000
Fr. 11 (W-1907). 1861 $20 Demand Note. New York. PCGS Very Fine 25.

Fr. 11

80000 - 100000
Fr. 8 (W-1213). 1861 $10 Demand Note. Boston. PCGS Very Fine 30.

Fr. 8 (

10000 - 15000

Lot:1016  1863年500美元纸钞 PCGS BG MS 64

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拍品分类 外国钱币>纸钞 品相 PCGS BG MS64
拍品估价 USD 700000 - 1000000 成交价 USD 900000
拍卖专场 SBP2018年3月巴尔地摩-美国纸钞#4 Anderson集藏 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2018-03-23 07:30:00 结标日期 2018-03-23 09:30:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1863年500美元纸钞 PCGS BG MS 64

Fr. 183c (W-4006). 1863 $500 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ.,This 1863 $500 Legal Tender Note is one of the most prominent notes in the Joel R. Anderson Collection and a true marvel to behold. It is one of just two known Uncirculated examples of the type. Just six notes are recorded in the census for this $500 design type including both 1862 and 1863-dated varieties. Three of the five known are of this catalog number, and only two of these are held privately, the third being a likely permanent resident in the collection of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. PCGS has graded both this note and the serial number 42223 example as Very Choice New 64 PPQ. The remaining notes of the type are all in the Very Good to Very Fine range.

Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin is seen at the center, surrounded by a circular frame of tiny die counters each reading FIVE HUNDRED. Large 500 counters are seen at the upper left and right, while FIVE HUNDRED overlaps ornate green panels below on either side. A boldly inked red Treasury Seal is seen left of the portrait. Printed signatures of Chittenden and Spinner are seen at lower left and right. The printing is beautifully executed by the American Bank Note Company, with all of the design elements vividly detailed and strongly inked. The rich green and red colors for which these early Legal Tender types are known are as nice as the day they were printed. The ornate back design is fully printed in green with large 500 counters to left and right and the obligation centered inside an oval frame. The paper is incredibly well preserved and is creamy white with traces of natural paper wave and original embossing still evident.

This note is the plate example in <em>100 Greatest American Currency Notes</em> by Q. David Bowers and David M. Sundman, where the type is ranked #19, and it carries a fine provenance to the collections of James Wade, the legendary Amon Carter, Robert Friedberg and James W. Thompson. This note last traded publicly in October of 2005 where it sold for $621,000.

$500 Legal Tender Notes, Series of 1863, Second Obligation</strong><p>Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin at the center of the face is one of the most important figures in the history of the Treasury. He served from 1801 to 1813 and was very erudite on banking and financial matters, a trait not common among political employees.

The face, back, and tint plates for the $500 Series of 1862 and 1863 Legal Tender Notes were engraved by the American Bank Note Company. The American and National Bank Note companies shared the printing for the Second Obligation notes, as here. Treasury signatures of Chittenden and Spinner were printed on the face by using a separate plate and a special ink.

The face bears the imprint, "American Bank Note Co. New York" in drop-out white letters on a black strip in the green vignette below the portrait, which is not easy to see. At the left is a red Treasury Seal. Below the green vignette to the right is "PATENTED 30 JUNE 1857," referring to the "Canada green" said to deter counterfeiting. The serial number is imprinted in red at the right. All bear the address of the Sub-Treasury in New York City. We estimate that 8,000 were printed of this variety. Such notes were hardly ever used in daily commerce, but were useful in bank-to-bank and Treasury transactions.<p>,From the Joel R. Anderson Collection of United States Paper Money, Part I. Earlier from Koike, Limpert & Hessler Illustrations; James M. Wade; Matt Haft; Robert Friedberg; Amon Carter; James W. Thompson; Hickman & Oakes June 1985 sale, lot 1150; Lyn Knights December 1998 sale, lot 101; Lyn Knights June 2000 sale, lot 301; Jay Parrino February 2002 Fixed Price List; Lyn Knights October 2005 sale, lot 13.<p>,