Elk Horn, Wisconsin. Elk Horn Bank. 18xx. $1. PCGS Currency Choice New 63.

Elk Hor

1250 - 1750
Northhousen, Wisconsin. Buffalo County Bank. ND (18xx). $5. PCGS Currency Choice New 63. Proof.

Northho

4000 - 6000
Oshkosh City, Wisconsin. Oshkosh Commercial Bank. Nov. 15, 1856. $5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof.

Oshkosh

1000 - 1500
Superior, Wisconsin. Bank of Superior. 18xx. $1. PCGS Currency Superb Gem New 67 PPQ.

Superio

1000 - 1500
Superior, Wisconsin. Bank of Superior. 18xx. $3. PCGS Currency Gem New 66 PPQ.

Superio

1250 - 1750
T-1. Confederate Currency. 1861 $1000. PCGS Currency Very Fine 35.

T-1. Co

15000 - 25000
T-2. Confederate Currency. 1861 $500. PCGS Currency Very Fine 30.

T-2. Co

20000 - 30000
T-3. Confederate Currency. 1861 $100. PMG About Uncirculated 55.

T-3. Co

20000 - 30000
T-3. Confederate Currency. 1861 $100. PCGS Currency Very Fine 30.

T-3. Co

7000 - 10000
T-4. Confederate Currency. 1861 $50. PMG About Uncirculated 50.

T-4. Co

15000 - 25000
T-4. Confederate Currency. 1861 $50. PCGS Currency Very Fine 35.

T-4. Co

7000 - 10000
T-4. Confederate Currency. 1861 $50. PCGS Currency Fine 12.

T-4. Co

4000 - 6000
T-5. Confederate Currency. 1861 $100. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63.

T-5. Co

2500 - 3500
T-5. Confederate Currency. 1861 $100. PCGS Currency Choice About New 58.

T-5. Co

2000 - 2500
T-6. Confederate Currency. 1861 $50. PMG Choice About Uncirculated 58.

T-6. Co

2500 - 3500
Charlottesville, Virginia. Monticello Bank. 1860. $100. PMG Very Fine 20.

Charlot

1250 - 1750
Castleton, Vermont. Mutual Bank. ND (18xx). $20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof.

Castlet

1500 - 2500
Houston, Texas. Republic of Texas. Dec. 1, 1837 $10. PCGS Currency Very Fine 20. Pen Cancelled.

Houston

5000 - 7000
Houston, Texas. Republic of Texas. Sept. 2, 1838. $3. PCGS Currency Very Good 10.

Houston

2000 - 3000
Houston, Texas. Government of Texas. April 1, 1838. $5. PCGS Currency Very Fine 25.

Houston

1500 - 2000
Houston, Texas. Government of Texas. April 1, 1838. $3. PCGS Currency Fine 15.

Houston

2000 - 3000
Houston, Texas. Government of Texas. Jan. 1, 1838. $1. PCGS Currency Fine 12.

Houston

1750 - 2250
Austin, Texas. Republic of Texas. 1839. $500. PCGS Currency Very Fine 25.

Austin,

3000 - 5000
Austin, Texas. Republic of Texas. July 10, 1839. $20. PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64.

Austin,

1750 - 2750
Tennessee. [Unknown]- Sutler 1st Tennessee Cavalry. March, 1863. 50 Cents. Very Fine.

Tenness

600 - 800
Tennessee. [Unknown]- Sutler 1st Tennessee Cavalry. March, 1863. 20 Cents. Choice Very Fine.

Tenness

700 - 900
Providence, Rhode Island. Globe Bank. ND (18xx). $2. About Uncirculated. Proof.

Provide

1500 - 2500
Providence, Rhode Island. Globe Bank. ND (18xx). $1. About Uncirculated. Proof.

Provide

1500 - 2500
North Scituate, Rhode Island. Hamilton Bank. ND (18xx). $1. Choice Uncirculated. Proof.

North S

800 - 1200
West Middlesex, Pennsylvania. Millers & Miners Bank. Jan. 10, 1866. $1. Fine.

West Mi

1000 - 1500

Lot:9134  1861弗吉尼亚州国库券500元 PMG Choice VF 35

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 PMG Choice VF35
拍品估价 USD 50000 - 100000 成交价 USD 780
拍卖专场 SBP2019年2月巴尔地摩#10-美国纸钞 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-03-02 05:00:00 结标日期 2019-03-02 08:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1861弗吉尼亚州国库券500元 PMG Choice VF 35
Richmond, Virginia. Virginia Treasury Note. Sept. 25, 1861. $500. PMG Choice Very Fine 35.(Shull Cr. 1861-B / Jones-Littlefield VT02-04) Hoyer & Ludwig. Richmond, VA. Serial number 3028, Plate A. Issue date of Sept. 25, 1861. Commerce, Ceres and Navigation at left. Washington at right. Red overprint with 500 flanked by females. These $500 Treasury Notes were authorized by an act of April 30, 1861 which allowed for up to $3,000,000 in 6% interest-bearing Treasury Notes in denominations of no less than $20. Only 6,150 examples of the $500 denomination were issued. By late 1863 just 217 remained outstanding and more were redeemed through the end of the war. pThis newly discovered note is just the third example of this important Southern States currency type that we can confirm. The encyclopedic Jones-Littlefield reference on Virginia currency plates an example consecutive to the presently offered piece, it being serial number 3029. The other known note is the Newman Collection example which graces the cover of Hugh Shulls emA Guide Book of Southern States Currency./em That note, with serial number 1002, sold for an eye-popping $70,500 in an April 2015 auction. pThe currently offered note is the finest of the two examples graded. It comes fully framed and displays only light traces of circulation. The paper is bright and creamy white in color. Dark lithographed inks present this prohibitively rare type in great detail. All of the handwritten inks are darkly penned and clear. This note is far superior than the previously mentioned Newman example which is heavily impaired despite the PCGS Currency assigned grade of Extremely Fine 40 Apparent. That note is backed and seen with edge tears and repairs along with paper scuffs. In comparison the note offered here is wholly original and without impairment.pThis is in our opinion the greatest Southern States currency note ever offered at auction. It is a type certainly missing from all but two of the most advanced collections in existence. Active collectors must take notice that this may be their last chance to obtain this ultra rare type as it could be decades before another becomes available. pp