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Lot:6200 Lincoln, Illinois. $50 1875. Friedberg 449. The First NB. Charter #2126. PMG About Uncirculated 55.

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SBP2020年3月巴尔地摩#5-Pogue集藏VI

2020-03-20 06:30:00

2020-03-20 09:30:00

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Lincoln, Illinois. $50 1875. Friedberg 449. The First NB. Charter #2126. PMG About Uncirculated 55. Serial Number 1. This First Charter $50 and its corresponding $100 sheet mate to follow represent two of the most incredible National Currency notes known to collectors. This Rosecrans-Huston signed $50 is the only known serial number 1 First Charter $50 in existence. Furthermore, the note is unique for its Friedberg number. Approximately 60 Series of 1875 $50s are known from all banks. The face design features <em>Washington Crossing the Delaware</em> as engraved by Alfred Jones at left, with <em>Prayer for Victory </em>by Louis Delnoce at right. The back illustrates the <em>Embarkation of the Pilgrims</em>, engraved by W.W. Rice, at center with the state seal of Illinois at left and a bald eagle with shield at right. These notes were printed by the American Bank Note Company.The note displays only light handling. Three broad margins are found though the cut touches the frame of the design at top right. The plate impression is vividly inked and sharply detailed. Bold red overprint inks are featured on the face including the all-important serial number 1 found in the bottom left corner. The First National Bank of Lincoln was chartered in August of 1873 and issued $878,800 in National Currency before liquidating in 1923. Just 650 Series of 1875 $50-$100 sheets were issued by the bank. The pedigree of this note can be traced back to the famed collection of Albert A. Grinnell. It was featured in Barney Bluestones June 1945 sale of Grinnells collection where it realized $165. It last appeared in auction in Stacks May 1992 sale where it was sold for $8,000. This note will be highly sought after not only as one of the most significant National Currency notes to appear at auction in decades but also as necessary for any advanced collector seeking to complete a collection of notes by Friedberg number. <em>From Albert A. Grinnell; Barney Bluestones sale of June 1945, lot 1181; Amon Carter; our (Stacks) sale of May 1992, lot 1238. </em>

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