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

Fr. 587

2000 - 3000
Fr. 590. New York, New York. 1902 $5 Date Back. The National Bank of Commerce in New York. Charter #

Fr. 590

1000 - 1500
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


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


50000 - 75000

Lot:11042  Fr. 397a. Poughkeepsie, New York. $5 Original Series. The Fallkill National Bank of Poughkeepsie. Ch


拍品分类 外国钱币 品相
拍品估价 USD 12500 - 17500 成交价 USD 12000
拍卖专场 SBP2018年3月巴尔地摩#5-美国纸钞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. 397a. Poughkeepsie, New York. $5 Original Series. The Fallkill National Bank of Poughkeepsie. Charter #659. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ.,This is an incredible example with bright fresh paper, strong ink tones, and lovely penned signatures of the bank officers. The note was hand cut from the original sheet and the edges are a bit wavy, adding to the charm of a note of this vintage. Though unevenly cut, the borders are all complete and comfortably broad, particularly on the face. The quality is superb in every respect and it was described unwaveringly as a "Gem Crisp Uncirculated" note when it last sold in 2002. The cataloger at that time went on to comment, "In fact, we have never graded such a note as gem on any price list or in any auction sale. We have now found the very first First Charter $5.00 note that meets all of the tests for the gem criteria." That this note would be the first one seen by that writer in his over 30-year career that he felt deserved the Gem grade speaks to just how impressive it is. <p><p>This was the second of six National Banks chartered in this Dutchess County city, opened when the Civil War was beginning to wind down in December 1864. It was also the most successful, issuing the second largest amount of currency during its time in operation, including everything from Original Series notes to 1902 Plain Backs, excepting only the rare 1882 Value Backs and Date Backs. Of the nearly $4 million issued, it was estimated that just $12,473 remained outstanding as of the last accounting in 1935. <p><p>Today, 66 notes are known on this title, however, there are only two $5 Original Series notes and a single $5 Series of 1875. This is a rare type and denomination for this bank and this piece is outstanding among them for its exceptional condition. In fact, it is the highest graded note in the Census confirmed by a third party grader.<p><p>Beyond the specific bank title, it is worth mentioning that PMG has graded only ten Original Series $5 notes as Uncirculated across all nine Friedberg varieties known. Just two examples of this specific Friedberg number are at this grade with just two finer, each by a single point. This is not only the best First Charter $5 on this bank title, it is one of the finest of all surviving Original Series $5 notes, an issue even rarer in high grade than the more famous Lazy Deuces.<p>,From the A.J. Vanderbilt Collection. Earlier from Heritage, May 2002, lot 3511.,