Friedberg 212a (W-3280). 1864 $100  Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Currency Very Fine 30.

Friedbe

125000 - 175000
Hessler X110A. Act of July 22, 1846. $50 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Currency Choice About New 58. R

Hessler

15000 - 25000
Friedberg 242 (W-362). 1886 $2  Silver Certificate. PCGS Currency Superb Gem New 67 PPQ.

Friedbe

5000 - 7000
Friedberg 246 (W-366). 1891 $2  Silver Certificate. PCGS Currency Superb Gem New 68 PPQ.

Friedbe

15000 - 25000
Friedberg 263 (W-794). 1886 $5  Silver Certificate. PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64 PPQ.

Friedbe

6000 - 8000
Friedberg 290 (W-1493). 1880 $10 Silver Certificate of Deposit. PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64.

Friedbe

100000 - 150000
Friedberg 291 (W-1494). 1886 $10  Silver Certificate. PCGS Currency Gem New 65 PPQ.

Friedbe

30000 - 50000
Friedberg Unlisted (W-Unlisted). 1897 $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64 PPQ.

Friedbe

20000 - 30000
Friedberg 312 (W-2173). 1880 $20  Silver Certificate of Deposit. PCGS Currency About New 50 PPQ.

Friedbe

30000 - 40000
Friedberg 320 (W-2181). 1891 $20  Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ.

Friedbe

20000 - 30000
Friedberg 328 (W-2928). 1880 $50  Silver Certificate of Deposit. PCGS Currency Choice About New 55 P

Friedbe

100000 - 150000
Friedberg 329 (W-2929). 1880 $50  Silver Certificate of Deposit. PCGS Currency About New 53 PPQ.

Friedbe

75000 - 125000
Friedberg 341 (W-3623). 1880 $100  Silver Certificate of Deposit. PCGS Currency About New 53.

Friedbe

125000 - 175000
Friedberg 342 (W-3624). 1880 $100  Silver Certificate of Deposit. PCGS Currency Extremely Fine 45.

Friedbe

75000 - 125000
1891年1000美元银券马西山  PCGS Currency Very Fine 25

1891年10

2000000 - 3000000
Friedberg 210 (W-4410). 1861 $1,000  Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Currency Choice About New 58. Proof

Friedbe

10000 - 15000
Friedberg 202c (W-3920). 1861 Proof $500  Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Currency Choice New 63. Face P

Friedbe

25000 - 35000
Friedberg 199 (W-3245). 1863 $100  Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Currency Very Fine 30.

Friedbe

125000 - 175000
Friedberg195c. 1861 $100 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64. Proof.

Friedbe

3000 - 5000
Friedberg 192b (W-2740). 1864 $50  Compound Interest Treasury Note. PCGS Currency Very Fine 30.

Friedbe

70000 - 100000
1869年1000美元彩虹 PCGS Currency 53

1869年10

1500000 - 2500000
1869年500美元彩虹 PCGS Currency 55 PPQ

1869年50

1500000 - 2500000
Friedberg 168 (W-3480). 1869 $100  Legal Tender Note. PCGS Currency Gem New 66 PPQ.

Friedbe

300000 - 500000
Friedberg 161 (W-2810). 1880 $50  Legal Tender Note. PCGS Currency Superb Gem New 67 PPQ.

Friedbe

27500 - 37500
1869年50美元  PCGS Currency 64PPQ

1869年50

300000 - 500000
Friedberg 127 (W-2000). 1869 $20  Legal Tender Note. PCGS Currency Superb Gem New 67 PPQ.

Friedbe

100000 - 150000
Friedberg 123 (W-1303). 1923 $10  Legal Tender Note. PCGS Currency Superb Gem New 67 PPQ.

Friedbe

20000 - 30000
Friedberg 96 (W-1275). 1869 $10  Legal Tender Note. PCGS Currency Gem New 66 PPQ.

Friedbe

12500 - 17500
Friedberg 85 (W-671). 1907 $5  Legal Tender Note. PCGS Currency Superb Gem New 68 PPQ.

Friedbe

6000 - 8000
Friedberg 72 (W-658). 1880 $5  Legal Tender Note. PCGS Currency Gem New 66 PPQ.

Friedbe

3000 - 4000

Lot:4022  Friedberg 212 (W-2680). 1864 $50 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Currency Very Fine 20.

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相
拍品估价 USD 100000 - 150000 成交价 USD 1320
拍卖专场 SBP2019年2月巴尔地摩#5-Joel集藏 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-03-01 06:00:00 结标日期 2019-03-01 07:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 Friedberg 212 (W-2680). 1864 $50 Interest Bearing Note. PCGS Currency Very Fine 20.This note was issued under an Act of Congress dated March 3, 1865, and bore interest at a rate of 7.3% per annum payable three years after the issue date. The type has a green border and security prints. The eagle vignette at center is a larger version of the eagle seen on $10 Legal Tender Notes, commonly referred to as "Jackass Notes," as the vignette resembles a donkey when viewed inverted. A red spiked Treasury Seal is at right while engraved signatures of Colby and Spinner are seen at bottom left and right. Red printed serial numbers are at lower left and upper right of center. The ornate back is in green with a vertically oriented clause at center stating the note could be converted into bonds after five years. Large 50 counters are to the left and right. These notes were originally issued with five coupons attached at right, though none remain on this example.pJust seven examples of the catalog number are recorded in the census, one of which resides in the National Numismatic Collection at the Smithsonian Institution. The present note has been in two of the most legendary United States currency collections of all time. It first was part of the Albert A. Grinnell Collection and now carries the pedigree of the Joel R. Anderson Collection. The note displays bold color and sharply detailed design elements. The paper faces up well but has seen some expert restoration with the grading service commenting "Restored Splits" on the back of the holder. All $50 Interest Bearing Notes are rare as a type and this is an important opportunity to secure one.strongAlbert A. Grinnell/strongpThe collecting of paper money had a great change in 1953 when Robert Friedbergs book, Paper Money of the United States was published. In this book, the author divided paper money into categories such as Legal Tender Notes, National Bank Notes, Fractional Currency, and others and arranged the issues in chronological order, assigning number to each issue. These became standard and remain so today. Thousands of numismatists began collecting federal currency. ppPrior to that the specialty was a relatively small niche. It is ironic but true to state that in earlier times Fractional Currency, Continental and colonial paper money, and even Confederate notes attracted more enthusiasts. So far as can be determined, hardly anyone pursued National Bank notes, Gold Certificates, and certain other issues.ppThe major exception to the rule was Albert A. Grinnell of Detroit, a principal in Grinnell Brothers, incorporated in 1912. The company was in the right place at the right time, and in the next quarter century operated a chain of music stores in the Midwest selling player and regular pianos, musical instruments, phonographs, sheet music, and other items. In time he became wealthy. A dedicated specialist, he avidly sought single notes and sheets.ppThe August 1929 issue of emThe Numismatist /emincluded this "how to pick them out" commentary for the annual convention ANA convention: "If you see a pleasant faced, elderly man eagerly examining the exhibits of United States paper money for notes not in his collection and not finding any, you will know he is A.A. Grinnell, of Detroit." ppA decade later in the 1937 issue he presented an article, "United States Paper Money From A Collectors Viewpoint." Collecting the same was interesting for three reasons, the author related: Beauty and character of engraving, variety of specimens issued, and historical and educational value. Grinnell went on to give an overview of different series, such as Coin Notes, Gold Certificates, Silver Certificates, National Bank Notes, and others. ppHis collection of paper money was sold in a series of auctions in Syracuse, New York by Barney Bluestone-seven sales from November 25, 1944 to March 8, 1947. Only six or seven collectors attended each sale, recalled Bill Donlon, who was one of the bidders.ppSix years later came the Friedberg book, changing the world of federal currency.pppFrom Barney Bluestones sale of the Albert A. Grinnell Collection, November 1944, lot 230; Rarcoas sale of August 1970, lot 1707; Kagins sale of August 1977, lot 3497; Currency Auctions of Americas sale of January 2000, lot 1723; CAA/Heritages sale of May 2002, lot 2505; Lyn Knights sale of June 2006, lot 126.