Friedberg 1225h (W-5540). 1900 $10,000  Gold Certificate. PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64 PPQ.

Friedbe

3000 - 5000
Middletown, Connecticut. $5  1902 Red Seal. Friedberg 587 (W-755). The Middletown NB. Charter #1216.

Middlet

3000 - 4000
Springfield, Ohio. $5  1902 Date Back. Friedberg 590 (W-760). The First NB. Charter #238. PCGS Curre

Springf

300 - 400
South Pasadena, California. $5  1902 Plain Back. Friedberg 609 (W-781). The First NB. Charter #12797

South P

3000 - 4000
Gary, Indiana. $10  1902 Red Seal. Friedberg 615 (W-1406). The First NB. Charter #8426. PCGS Currenc

Gary, I

6000 - 8000
Edwards, New York. 1902 Date Back  $10  Friedberg 623 (W-1415). The Edwards NB. Charter #10569. PCGS

Edwards

3000 - 4000
Fowler, Indiana. $10  1902 Plain Back. Friedberg 633 (W-1429). The First NB. Charter #5430. PCGS Cur

Fowler,

1000 - 1500
Rochester, New York. 1902 Red Seal  $20  Friedberg 640 (W-2110). The NB of Commerce. Charter #8111.

Rochest

8000 - 10000
Los Angeles, California. $100  1902 Plain Back. Friedberg 707 (W-3593). The Pacific NB. Charter #124

Los Ang

15000 - 25000
Blue Ball, Pennsylvania. $20 Uncut Sheet  1929 Ty. 2. Friedberg 1802-2. The Blue Ball NB. Charter #8

Blue Ba

20000 - 30000
United States Bond. Act of March 14, 1812. 6% Loan. $400. PCGS Currency Extremely Fine 45. Remainder

United

3000 - 5000
Friedberg 1166b (W-2200). 1863 $20  Gold Certificate. PCGS Currency About New 50.

Friedbe

300000 - 500000
Friedberg 1072a (W-3700-A-a). 1914 Red Seal $100  Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Currency Gem New 66 PPQ

Friedbe

40000 - 50000
Friedberg 953b (W-2240-B-b). 1914 Red Seal $20  Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Currency Gem New 66 PPQ.

Friedbe

7500 - 12500
Friedberg 893b (W-1550-B-b). 1914 Red Seal $10  Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Currency Gem New 66 PPQ.

Friedbe

3000 - 5000
Friedberg 838b (W-830-F-b). 1914 Red Seal $5  Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Currency Superb Gem New 67

Friedbe

4000 - 6000
1891年1000美元银券马西山  PCGS Currency Very Fine 25

1891年10

2000000 - 3000000
Friedberg 342 (W-3624). 1880 $100  Silver Certificate of Deposit. PCGS Currency Extremely Fine 45.

Friedbe

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

Friedbe

125000 - 175000
Friedberg 329 (W-2929). 1880 $50  Silver Certificate of Deposit. PCGS Currency About New 53 PPQ.

Friedbe

75000 - 125000
Friedberg 328 (W-2928). 1880 $50  Silver Certificate of Deposit. PCGS Currency Choice About New 55 P

Friedbe

100000 - 150000
Friedberg 320 (W-2181). 1891 $20  Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ.

Friedbe

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

Friedbe

30000 - 40000
Friedberg Unlisted (W-Unlisted). 1897 $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64 PPQ.

Friedbe

20000 - 30000
Friedberg 291 (W-1494). 1886 $10  Silver Certificate. PCGS Currency Gem New 65 PPQ.

Friedbe

30000 - 50000
Friedberg 290 (W-1493). 1880 $10 Silver Certificate of Deposit. PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64.

Friedbe

100000 - 150000

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拍品估价 USD 400000 - 600000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2019年2月巴尔地摩-Joel集藏#5 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 预展
拍品描述 1882年1000美元金币流通券 PCGS Currency 35
Friedberg 1218e (W-4620). 1882 $1000 Gold Certificate. PCGS Currency Very Fine 35.

Here is another magnificent rarity from the unprecedented Joel R. Anderson Collection. Just four Rosecrans-Nebeker signed 1882 $1000 Gold Certificates are known to survive while the presently offered example may be the only one in private hands. A portrait of Alexander Hamilton is at right. "GOLD" is printed in large gold inks at top center. A red scalloped Treasury Seal is near the bottom, just to the right of center. A large 1000 counter is found at left and bold blue serial numbers are within gold panels at lower left and upper right. The engraved signatures of Rosecrans and Nebeker are along the bottom frame line. The vibrant orange-gold back design is elaborate, with a bald eagle with shield at center and a large Roman numeral M counter at left.pTwo of the four recorded examples are permanently impounded in the collections of the Federal Reserve Banks of Chicago (C24675) and San Francisco (C29156). Serial number C24623 was long used as the Friedberg plate note for the catalog number, but the source of the image and whereabouts of the note are unknown. It has not been seen in decades and is possibly in an institutional collection. The presently offered note, with serial number C26834, was discovered in 2013 and first came on the market in a January 2014 auction where it realized $881,250. pThe note exhibits bold inks and vibrant colors and just a moderate degree of circulation. Full margins nicely frame this rarely seen design. The grading service makes mention of "Minor Restorations" on the back of the holder and indeed they are difficult to detect. This is almost certainly the only example of this catalog number that will be available for quite some time, if ever.strongGold Coins in 1882/strongpIn the year that the 1882 Series of Gold Certificates was authorized, gold coins were readily available in the channels of commerce. They were most popular in the American West, including the Pacific Coast and the Rocky Mountains. In the Midwest and East they were not widely seen in everyday business, but most banks had a supply on hand. Gold coins had been hoarded beginning in late December 1861 when the outcome of the Civil War was in doubt. The Confederate States of America had won many victories. Some observers, such as many political writers in England and France, predicted a win for the South. The CSA sold large quantities of bonds to eager investors in Great Britain. In addition, silver coins disappeared from commerce in the spring.ppOn December 17, 1878, gold coins achieved parity with federal paper money, and a new generation learned of coins that had not been seen for nearly 20 years. The Treasury anticipated the demand for small-denomination gold coins to be intense and ramped up production of such pieces. It turned out that there was little demand, and most gold dollars, quarter eagles, and $3 coins went into Treasury vaults. Today anyone seeking $1 and $3 coins from 1879 to 1889 will find them to be in Mint State. An Extremely Fine coin would be a great rarity! Such aspects are interesting to study.ppIn 1882 higher denomination coins were being struck at the Philadelphia, New Orleans, Carson City, and San Francisco mints. The two mints in the West obtained most of their metal from regional mines. New Orleans used Western gold as well as foreign coins that were melted. The Philadelphia Mint mainly used gold from the West and other native sources.ppThe double eagle, a denomination that made its debut in 1850, was the coin used for the vast majority of production. It was cheaper and more efficient, for example, to coin one $20 coin than four $5 pieces. Gold Certificates were backed with an equivalent value in gold coins, usually double eagles, held in Treasury vaults.ppFrom Heritage Auctions sale of January 2014, lot 17167.