Memphis, Tennessee. $100 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1804-1. Union Planters NB & TC. Charter #13349. PMG Gem Unc

Memphis

1500 - 2000
Smithfield, Utah. $20 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1802-1. The Commercial NB. Charter #10135. PMG Very Fine 20.

Smithfi

800 - 1200
Montpelier, Vermont. $2 Original. Fr. 387. The First NB. Charter #748. PMG Very Fine 25.

Montpel

5000 - 7000
Alexandria, Virginia. $10 1902 Red Seal. Fr. 613. Alexandria NB. Charter #7093. PMG Very Fine 20. Se

Alexand

20000 - 30000
Fairfax, Virginia. $20 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1802-1. The NB. Charter #6389. PMG Choice Fine 15.

Fairfax

800 - 1200
Troutdale, Virginia. $5 1902 Plain Back. Fr. 608. The First NB. Charter #11990. PMG Very Fine 30 EPQ

Troutda

1000 - 1500
Wytheville, Virginia. $10 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. The First NB. Charter #9012. PMG About Uncirculate

Wythevi

800 - 1200
Wytheville, Virginia. $5 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1800-1. Wythe County NB. Charter #12599. PMG About Uncircul

Wythevi

800 - 1200
Palouse, Washington. $10 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. The Security NB. Charter #12184. PMG Choice Fine 15

Palouse

1000 - 1500
Ronceverte, West Virginia. $10 1929 Ty. 2. Fr. 1801-2. The Ronceverte NB. Charter #6226. PMG Very Fi

Ronceve

1000 - 1500
Spring Grove, Pennsylvania. $5 1902 Red Seal. Fr. 588. The Peoples NB. Charter #8141. PMG Choice Fin

Spring

2000 - 3000
Portage, Pennsylvania. $10 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. The First NB. Charter #7367. PMG Extremely Fine 4

Portage

800 - 1200
Waynoka, Oklahoma. $20 1902 Plain Back. Fr. 653. The First NB. Charter #9709. PMG Very Fine 25.

Waynoka

10000 - 15000
Wilmington, Ohio. $5 1882 Brown Back. Fr. 472. The Clinton County NB. Charter #1997. PMG Choice Unci

Wilming

1750 - 2750
Marietta, Ohio. $10 1902 Plain Back. Fr. 624. The First NB. Charter #142. PCGS Currency Very Choice

Mariett

800 - 1200
Dayton, Ohio. $100 1882 Date Back. Fr. 571. The Winters NB. Charter #2604. PMG Very Fine 25.

Dayton,

5000 - 7000
Bucyrus, Ohio. $5 1882 Brown Back. Fr. 467. The Second NB. Charter #3274. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EP

Bucyrus

2000 - 3000
Sanford, North Carolina. $20 1929 Ty. 2. Fr. 1802-2. The NB. Charter #13791. PMG Very Fine 25.

Sanford

2000 - 3000
Greensboro, North Carolina. $5 1902 Date Back. Fr. 592. The Commercial NB. Charter #9123. PMG Very F

Greensb

8000 - 12000
New York, New York. 1882 Brown Back $10 Fr. 480. The NB of Commerce. Charter #733. PCGS Currency Gem

New Yor

2000 - 3000
Lake George, New York. 1929 Ty. 1 $10 Fr. 1801-1. First NB. Charter #8793. PMG Very Fine 30 EPQ.

Lake Ge

900 - 1200
Bridgehampton, New York. 1929 Ty. 1 $10 Fr. 1801-1. Bridgehampton NB. Charter #9669. PMG Choice Fine

Bridgeh

800 - 1200
Brasher Falls, New York. 1929 Ty. 1 $10 Fr. 1801-1. The Brasher Falls NB. Charter #10943. PMG Very F

Brasher

800 - 1200
Newport, New Hampshire. $10 1882 Brown Back. Fr. 480. The First NB. Charter #888. PCGS Currency Abou

Newport

800 - 1200
Colebrook, New Hampshire. $5 1882 Brown Back. Fr. 471. The Colebrook NB. Charter #4041. PMG Choice F

Colebro

1000 - 1500

Lot:5380  1882南卡罗来纳州5美元 PMG XF 40

进入专场

拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 PMG XF40
拍品估价 USD 50000 - 100000 成交价 USD 36000
拍卖专场 SBP2020年3月巴尔地摩#8-美国纸钞 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2020-03-21 06:30:00 结标日期 2020-03-21 09:30:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1882南卡罗来纳州5美元 PMG XF 40

Columbia, South Carolina. $5 1882 Brown Back. Fr. 471. The Central NB. Charter #1765. PMG Extremely Fine 40. Serial Number 1. It has now been more than 17 years since a truly great South Carolina national banknote has appeared at auction. In January 2003 the world record price for SC numismatics was set by the serial #1 Chester first charter five. That note sold for $89,125 to the now deceased Roy Pennell. It, like the note offered tonight, was completely new to the census and available to the collecting community for the first time ever when it originally sold. It is a fun pastime to discuss the "best" notes on each state.

And while surely the most valuable SC national is the unique for type first charter $100 on Charleston, one could soundly make an argument that this serial #1 brown back should be in the conversation for one of the best on the state.It is not listed in the official census, but it is common knowledge among informed collectors that another serial #1 $5 brown back from this same charter is held in the most advanced collection of SC nationals. The other note, while equally rare, is circulated, has a poor trim, and blurry signatures.

The note we are offering is complete with a bottom selvage and lovely signatures. PMG assigns a grade of 40 and mentions rust, both of which are accurate, but do nothing to deter the appeal of such a special item.James Woodrow signs as the bank president. Woodrow (the uncle of President Woodrow Wilson) was born in England but rose to prominence in South Carolina as a well-regarded Presbyterian theologian. He was also the president of the University of South Carolina from 1891 to 1897. He was the president of The Central National Bank of Columbia for three years prior and four years after his stint at USC. As was commonplace, especially in Southern and Western banks, the president position here was clearly more of a figurehead title to a local person of renown, given mostly to help business connections. Jerome H Sawyer was at the bank from 1875 until it closed in 1901. During that time period he was the signing cashier.

It is very safe to assume that despite the lessor title of cashier, Sawyer was certainly responsible for managing the day to day operations of the bank.While the bank rarity and serial number are the main attractions, lets not discount just how difficult it is to find an interesting $5 brown back on SC. A mere dozen are listed in the census. Nine are from Charleston; one is a very low grade circus poster from Rock Hill, and another is a forgettable example from another Columbia bank.

The best piece listed in the census is a serial #8 from Batesburg and that is tied up in the South Carolina History Museum Holdings!It is very difficult to assign an accurate value to such a rare banknote from a closely held state like South Carolina. One would be hard-pressed to find more than two or three auction results for the top 20 best SC banknotes that have traded hands over the past 30 years. The best of the best so often gets placed privately without any publicly available pricing information.

With that said, we feel comfortable with a $50,000 to $100,000 estimate. After this opportunity passes tonight, it will be impossible to find another serial #1 brown back for sale on South Carolina.