Fr. 397a. Poughkeepsie, New York. $5 Original Series. The Fallkill National Bank of Poughkeepsie. Ch

Fr. 397

12500 - 17500
Fr. 587. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1902 $5 Red Seal. The Mellon National Bank of Pittsburgh. Charter

Fr. 587

2000 - 3000
Fr. 476. Clayton, New York. 1882 $5 Brown Back. The National Exchange Bank of Clayton. Charter #5108

Fr. 476

4000 - 6000
Fr. 474. St. Louis, Missouri. 1882 $5 Brown Back. The National Bank of Commerce in St. Louis. Charte

Fr. 474

2000 - 3000
Fr. 387a. Worcester, Massachusetts. $2 Original Series. The First National Bank of Worcester. Charte

Fr. 387

20000 - 30000
Fr. 380a. Boston, Massachusetts. $1 Original Series. The Boston National Bank. Charter #408. PMG Gem

Fr. 380

10000 - 15000
Fr. 537. Louisville, Kentucky. 1882 $5 Date Back. The National Bank of Kentucky of Louisville. Chart

Fr. 537

2500 - 3500
Fr. 609. Evansville, Indiana. 1902 $5 Plain Back. The National City Bank of Evansville. Charter #121

Fr. 609

600 - 800
Fr. 574. Carrollton, Illinois. 1882 $5 Value Back. The Greene County National Bank of Carrollton. Ch

Fr. 574

1500 - 2500
1870年5美元纸钞 PMG XF 40

1870年5美

50000 - 75000
Fr. 785. 1918 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Cleveland. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64.

Fr. 785

1250 - 1750
Fr. 747. 1918 $2 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Boston. No. A111A. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ.

Fr. 747

3000 - 5000
Fr. 364. 1891 $5 Treasury Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ.

Fr. 364

6000 - 8000
Fr. 361. 1890 $5 Treasury Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ.

Fr. 361

15000 - 20000
Fr. 357. 1891 $2 Treasury Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ.

Fr. 357

3000 - 4000
1890年2美元纸钞 PMG Gem Unc 66 EPQ

1890年2美

50000 - 75000
Fr. 352. 1891 $1 Treasury Note. PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 67 EPQ.

Fr. 352

2000 - 3000

Lot:11041  Fr. 590. New York, New York. 1902 $5 Date Back. The National Bank of Commerce in New York. Charter #

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拍品分类 外国钱币 品相
拍品估价 USD 1000 - 1500 成交价 USD 2280
拍卖专场 SBP2018年3月巴尔地摩-美国纸钞#5 Vanderbilt集藏 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2018-03-23 09:30:00 结标日期 2018-03-23 11:30:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 Fr. 590. New York, New York. 1902 $5 Date Back. The National Bank of Commerce in New York. Charter #733. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ.,This is a bright and very fresh note, with bold embossing and large rubber-stamped signatures of the bank officers that give it a somewhat dramatic appearance. Excellent freshness and color. Nicely centered with broad margins and sharp corner tips. <p><p>Though the 1902 Blue Seal Nationals are generally seen as common types, a note of this superior grade must be given the consideration it is due. Of all 1902 Date Back $5 notes graded by PMG, counting all Friedberg varieties, only two notes have been graded finer than this one. One of them is the same numerical grade with the Star designation, and the other is graded just one point higher. <p><p>This note traces its provenance to the famous James A. Stack, Sr. Collection, which we sold in March 1990. Mr. Stack, unrelated to the Stacks of our present firm, was a collector of a prior generation, but not just in terms of years past. As it was stated in our 1990 sale, his was "one of those all too rare collections that a true numismatist loves to see." It was collected at a time when beauty and attractiveness were the most important factors, long before the concept of numerical grading was applied to notes. Of course, with a discerning eye, notes bought with those factors in mind long ago often turn out to be superb by todays more technical standards and this is what we see in both the Stack and Vanderbilt collections. Many of the Stack notes came from the famed Albert Grinnell Collection, which Barney Bluestone sold in Syracuse, New York in the 1940s across seven sales (as the collection was vast). However, interest in paper money was not extensive, and at a given session fewer than 10 bidders were in the audience. It is one of the great provenances for United States paper money, and while it is not always possible to directly tie a note to a sale like Grinnell, when plates were scarce and serial numbers were not recorded, it is useful to know that James Stack is known to have participated in that famous sale, buying many high quality notes. Perhaps this beautiful Gem is one of them, but the facts are likely lost to history.<p><p>Grinnell had a chain of music stores in the Midwest that sold phonographs, music boxes, instruments, sheet music, and other goods.<p>,From the A.J. Vanderbilt Collection. Earlier from the James A. Stack, Sr. Collection, Stacks, March 1990, lot 1903.,