美国。1996-2013年联邦储备银行券:$1,$10,$100美元。PMG Choice Uncirculated.

美国。1996

7000 - 12000
2006年美国联邦储备银行券100美元。Gem Uncirculated.

2006年美国

6000 - 12000
1972年越南国家银行500盾。PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ to Superb Gem 67 EPQ.

1972年越南

700 - 1000
1972年越南国家银行500盾。Very Fine to Uncirculated.

1972年越南

600 - 1000
1978年泰国银行100铢。PMG Mixed Grades.

1978年泰国

500 - 1000
1953年泰国政府20铢。样张。PCGS Currency Gem New 66 PPQ.

1953年泰国

600 - 900
1943年暹罗政府100铢。样张。PCGS Currency Choice About New 58 Apparent. Tape Remnant and Stains.

1943年暹罗

1500 - 2000
1935年海峡殖民地肋屿押国库银票拾圆。PMG Very Fine 30 Net. Repaired.

1935年海峡

400 - 600
1919年海峡殖民地政府(肋屿岬国库银票)一角。PMG About Uncirculated 55.

1919年海峡

500 - 700
1917年海峡殖民地肋屿押国库银票贰角半。PMG Choice Fine 15 Net. Repaired, Large Piece Reattached.

1917年海峡

600 - 1000
1917-18年海峡殖民地肋屿押国库银票一角。PMG About Uncirculated 55.

1917-18

400 - 600
1953年韩国银行一圈。About Uncirculated.

1953年韩国

3000 - 5000
1921年英属所罗门群岛政府10先令。PMG Very Fine 20 Net. Restoration.

1921年英属

6000 - 10000
不同银行,面值,年份。纸币一组。Uncirculated.

不同银行,面值

1500 - 2000
1999年新加坡货发行币局一万圆。ICG Choice Uncirculated 66.

1999年新加

15000 - 18000

Lot:50343  美国联邦储备银行券全套 近未流通

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拍品分类 世界钱币>纸钞 品相 近未流通
拍品估价 USD 50000 - 100000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2018年香港夏拍-纸钞 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2018-08-06 13:00:00 结标日期 2018-08-06 18:00:00 拍卖状态 流拍
拍品描述 美国。联邦储备银行券全套:$1、$2、$5、$10、$20、$50、$100。不同年份。16枚一组。近年来本行已经手成千上百张钞票,但从未见过如此独特的组合。其无与伦比之处在于:1)7枚钞票都带有藏家梦寐以求的全8编号。2)其他国家票券多为6位数字编号,而美国纸钞编号为8位,此系列每枚纸币出现的概率均为1/99,999,999。2)含世面上唯一一张面额$50 ,编号#88888888的票券,另一枚$2 #88888888钞票,是世面仅见的四枚之一。3)每枚票券都经PMG或PCGS认证,均为UNC未流通、Premium高级或EPQ超凡纸质。4)委託人历时愈十年,才从无数卖家手中收集此套。此组票券亦包含一套书夹作为额外惊喜,配合88888880至9编号的全8编码$20票券使用。以下为各枚纸币细节详解:2003年$1,编号G88888888D,PMG 67,EPQ Superb Gem裁切几近完美周正,崭新如初,显然是从整迭中小心取出的。 2003年$2,编号H88888888C,PCGS 64,PPQ,同面值全8序列号纸钞现仅有四张面世。此款仅在第八区印製。2006年$5,编号IF88888888A,PCGS 67,PPQ Superb Gem,色彩明亮艳丽,压花精美绝伦。紫色及绿色墨印交相辉映,十分美丽。2006年$10,编号IF88888888B,PMG 67,EPQ Superb Gem,墨色深邃浓丽。$10的纸张颜色与红色加盖对比鲜明,绚丽夺目。2009年$20,编号JC88888888C,PCGS 65,PPQ。十张一套编码 w/888888880至88888889票券, 其中编码#88888888的票券获评Gem Uncirculated。2013年$50,编号MG88888888A,PMG 67,EPQ。唯一一张面世的$50编码#88888888票券,获评Gem Uncirculated。在美钞中,$50和$2面额印製品质稍逊,本枚品相绝佳,实属珍罕。2006年$100,编号HB88888888Q,PCGS 66,PPQ。裁切周正,墨印精美。此枚品相近乎Superb,状态更佳者难觅。因香港从未拍卖过同类组合,本行欲向各位藏家展示,为收集一组梦寐以求的车牌号码,能花多少心血:2006年2月22日,一位竞拍者在香港曾以2,300,000美金的高价拍下一组车牌号码(引自CityLab 2-22-2016,Verbatim):"近期,一位竞拍者以1810万港币,即230万美金拍得象征"吉兆"的28号车牌,若金钱可买得运气,全香港最幸运的人非他莫属"。此竞拍金额看似巨资,但其背后意义极其单纯。广东话中"28"发音类似"易发",竞拍者认为此数字可带来财富。一直以来,国人对特殊数字较为热衷。类似数字组合包括6、8、9,与福禄、发财、长久等同音,皆代表幸运。有时,车牌耗资远超车辆本身价值。自1973年香港开放拍卖车牌至今,号码18拍得210万美金,号码9拍得170万美金。并非只有车牌有此殊荣,国人还愿意斥巨资购买第八层住所或幸运电话号码。2000年代早期,移动电话市场刚刚兴起,一组幸运电话号码价格可达$40,000。2001纽约时报亦有提及:"和诺基亚、爱立信或摩托罗拉等手机品牌相比,手机号码的数字6、8或9更彰显地位"。此外,4和7发音与死亡相关,被视为不幸数字。因此,北京无法以限号行车方式解决交通堵塞,因为其车牌数字分佈并不均衡。在香港实行车牌竞拍的40多年中,"28"号车牌起拍价为美金$413,000,历经六次抬价,拔得竞价头筹。70名买家参与竞拍,最终一位戴面具的男士将其收入囊中。该名男子同时以$174,000高价拍下编号"232"车牌,意寓"易生意"。香港迄今共拍出40张车牌,含一张8999,GG868和380,共计390万美金。除了香港,类似情形在其他地方亦有出现。2008年2月17日海湾新闻报道:阿布扎比:週日车牌竞拍打破世界纪录,世上最贵车牌高达5220万迪拉姆。25岁阿布扎比商人Saeed Al Khouri,成为阿联酋皇宫酒店激烈的终场车牌竞拍最大赢家。此车牌并非纯金打造,仅是寻常铝制标牌。但其数字的确足够招摇:"1"号车牌,光是这一数字就值143万美元。今日,一名名为Saeed Abdul Ghafour Khouri的商人,愿意7星级豪华皇宫酒店,为一块编号为"1"的本地车牌,花费5220万迪拉姆,即143万美金,世上最贵车牌,当之无愧。16 pieces in lot. While we have auctioned off hundreds of thousands of paper money lots through the years, we have never handled a paper money lot quite like this. It is unique in multiple ways: 1) Every serial number in this seven note set carries the coveted "SOLID EIGHTS" serial number. 2) U.S. Currency, unlike currencies in other countries where many have only six-digit serial numbers, carry an EIGHT DIGIT serial number. The frequency of this specific serial number being printed on U.S. Paper Money is one in 99,999,999. 2) This set contains the ONLY known $50 denomination serial #88888888 and one of four known $2 #88888888s. 3) Each note has been authenticated by either PMG or PCGS as being both Uncirculated and having Premium or Exceptional Paper Quality. 4) It took the consignor over a decade to locate each note working with multiple currency dealers to assemble this set. As a bonus, this set also includes the bookends for the run of 88888880-9 for the Solid 8 $20 Note in the below group.<p>Denom Series Serial Grade Comments<p>$1 2003 G88888888D PMG 67 EPQ Superb Gem with near perfect centering. As fresh as the day it was printed, carefully removed from its pack. <p>$2 2003 H88888888C PCGS 64 PPQ Only four $2 FRNs with s/n 88888888 exist. This one is printed on the 8th District<p>$5 2006 IF88888888A PCGS 67 PPQ Superb Gem with bright, bold colors and wonderful embossing. The purple and green inks contrast beautifully. <p>$10 2006 IF88888888B PMG 67 EPQ Superb Gem with exceptionally bold inks. The paper color on $10 notes with the red overprint is stunning. <p>$20 2009 JC88888888C PCGS 65 PPQ This is a 10 note set w/888888880-88888889, with the solid serial #88888888 being graded Gem Uncirculated.<p>$50 2013 MG88888888A PMG 67 EPQ This in the only known $50 serial #88888888 graded Gem Uncirculated. $50 and $2 denominations are printed in much lower quantities in the US.<p>$100 2006 HB88888888Q PCGS 66 PPQ Wonderful centering and well inked. They dont come much nicer than this Near Superb piece.<p><p>Since a set like this has never been auctioned in Hong Kong, it is worth noting what collectors have paid in the past for coveted license plate numbers. On February 22, 2006 an individual in Hong Kong paid $2,300,000USD for this plate: Quoted Verbatim from CityLab 2-22-2016: If money could buy you luck, then the luckiest person in Hong Kong right now should be the bidder who recently paid 18.1 million Hong Kong dollars, or $2.3 million in U.S. money, for an "auspicious" license plate bearing the number 28. That sounds like a wildly exorbitant amount of money (and it is), but the thinking is rather simple. In Cantonese, "28" sounds similar to the words for "easy" and "to prosper," so the number is thought to bring good fortune to its owner. Generally speaking, the Chinese get pretty superstitious when it comes to license plates. Number combinations that include 6, 8, or 9 - which typically create homophones for phrases associated with getting, and staying, rich - are considered lucky. Sometimes the numbers can end up costing far more than the vehicles they identify. Since Hong Kong began license-plate auctioning in 1973, the numbers 18 and 9 sold for $2.1 million and $1.7 million, respectively.<p>The practice doesnt end with plates. People are willing to fork over premiums to get their hands on apartment units on the eighth floor, or prosperous phone numbers. When the Chinese cell phone market was beginning to grow, in the early 2000s, a "lucky" number could be priced at $40,000. As The New York Times wrote in 2001: "prestige with a mobile phone is less about Nokia, Ericsson or Motorola than about 6, 8 and 9." Meanwhile, 4 and 7 are generally considered unlucky, as their pronunciation associates with death. That explains why Beijing has had trouble easing congestion via a vehicle plate restriction program: the distribution of lucky and unlucky plates is uneven.<p>The "28" plate went for almost six times the initial asking price of $413,000 (U.S. money), setting the record for the highest price ever paid for a license plate in the 40-some years the city has been auctioning them. It had 70 offers before a man in a mask outbid his competitors. The same man also bought 232 ("easy business") for $174,000. Altogether the city auctioned off 40 license plates, including ones like 8999, GG868, and 380, pulling in a total of $3.9 million. <p>The result above is not unique to Hong Kong. From Gulf News published on 2-17-2008: Abu Dhabi: Licence plate No 1 broke the world record as the most expensive, fetching a whopping Dh52.2 million in fierce bidding in Abu Dhabi on Saturday. Saeed Al Khouri, 25, a businessman in Abu Dhabi, won the number plate after a furious contest in the final stages of the auction conducted at the Emirates Palace hotel. No, its not made of solid gold - just ordinary aluminum. But it does come with the swagger of being labeled no. "1." And thats evidently worth a record $14.3 million. Today, a businessman named Saeed Abdul Ghafour Khouri was willing to pay 52.2 dirham - the equivalent of $14.3 million - for the local license plate labeled "1" at an auction at the 7-star Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi, making it the worlds most expensive license plate. <p>Mixed Gem Grades.