Whaling Vignette.

Whaling

2000 - 3000
Whaling Scene Vignette.

Whaling

1000 - 1500
Whaling Scene Vignette Related to the Union Bank of New London.

Whaling

2000 - 3000
Lot of (4) Meredith, New Hampshire. Belknap County Bank. Steel Printing Plates. $1, $2, $3, and $10.

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3000 - 6000
Branch Mint of the United States, Charlotte N.C. Mint Certificate for

Branch

5000 - 10000
Fr. 1996-H. 2013 $5 Federal Reserve Note. St. Louis. PMG Choice Very Fine 35 EPQ. Mismatched Serial

Fr. 199

1250 - 1750
Fr. 1962-B. 1950A $5 Federal Reserve Note. New York. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Mismatched Serial

Fr. 196

1000 - 1500
Fr. 1910-A. 1977A $1 Federal Reserve Note. Boston. PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Mismatched

Fr. 191

1500 - 2500
Fr. 2175-A. 1996 $100 Federal Reserve Note. Boston. PCGS Currency Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. Printed Obs

Fr. 217

5000 - 7000
Fr. 2086-F. 1999 $20 Federal Reserve Note. Atlanta. PCGS Currency Extremely Fine 40. Printed Tear.

Fr. 208

600 - 800
Fr. 2187-K. 2009A $100 Federal Reserve Note. Dallas. PCGS Currency Gem New 66 PPQ. Cutting Error.

Fr. 218

700 - 900
Fr. 2187-A*. 2009-A $100 Federal Reserve Star Note. Boston. PCGS Currency Very Fine 35. Cutting Erro

Fr. 218

1500 - 2500
Fr. 2180-L*. 2006 $100 Federal Reserve Star Note. San Francisco. PCGS Currency Choice About New 58 P

Fr. 218

800 - 1200
Fr. 2180-B. 2006 $100 Federal Reserve Note. New York. PCGS Currency Very Fine 35. Printed Foldover;

Fr. 218

1000 - 1500
Fr. 2175-L. 1996 $100 Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. PCGS Currency Choice About New 55 PPQ. Pr

Fr. 217

700 - 900
Fr. 2126-C. 1996 $50 Federal Reserve Note. Philadelphia. PCGS Currency Gem New 66 PPQ. Pre-Face Prin

Fr. 212

800 - 1200
Fr. 2083-E. 1996 $20 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. PCGS Currency About New 50. Pre-Face Print Fold

Fr. 208

1000 - 2000
Fr. 2171-L. 1985 $100 Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Printed Fold

Fr. 217

1000 - 1500

Lot:9519  Hackensack, New Jersey. The Bergen County Bank. Circa 1855-1857. Face Plate and Face Tint Plate for

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相
拍品估价 USD 5000 - 7000 成交价 USD 0
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 预展
拍品描述 Hackensack, New Jersey. The Bergen County Bank. Circa 1855-1857. Face Plate and Face Tint Plate for a 4-Subject Sheet. $1-$2-$3-$5.Circa 1855-1857. Face plate and face tint plate for a 4-subject sheet. $1-$2-$3-$5. Haxby NJ-170, G2-G4-G6-G8. Engraved date November 26, 1855. Steel. 9 x 14 inches. Imprint of Danforth, Wright and Company, New York and Philadelphia. The face plate is light pewter gray, satiny and bright. Typical hairlines are seen from old cleaning of the plate in preparation for printing, but otherwise handling marks are few and minor in nature. A couple of tiny oxidation spots are seen, but these are confined to the margins and thus do not affect the design of any note on the sheet. Some very light golden brown toning is seen in places. Deeply engraved and beautifully vignetted, this plate is truly an aesthetic delight. Historically important as a record in steel of all the legitimate currency designs issued by the bank. The $1, $3 and $5 are priced in Haxby, but the $2 denomination is listed as SENC. The tint plate is similarly well preserved, and shows a little wax buildup. On this plate, a few minuscule oxidation marks are seen, but these are at the very edges, again not affecting the sheet design. Neither the descriptions in Haxby, nor the illustrations of the known denominations confirm the use of this tint plate for the notes of the Bergen County Bank, but this name is engraved in the top margin above the ONE tint confirming the original intent. Both plates are with their original paper wrappers, hand labeled as to bank, denomination and type of plate. The wrappers are both intact. A superb pair of plates. (Total: 2 pieces)pMark of J. Keim, Philadelphia on back of each plate. The Bergen County Bank was a smallish institution in northern New Jersey. In 1857 its capital was a modest $50,000. Louis Becker was president, and C.D. Taylor was cashier.