Archives International is excited to present their next auction on November 21st, 2019. Over 1000 lots come through the auction block and bidders are already loading up on early bidding. The auction is scheduled in the following format:
SESSION 1 – Lots 1 to 447 beginning at
10:30 AM EST
Chinese & Worldwide Banknotes and Scripophily
SESSION 2 – Lots 448 to 789 beginning no earlier than 3:00 PM EST
U.S & World Scripophily and Part 2 of the Stephen Beck Railroad Collection of CSX Predecessor Rail Lines
SESSION 3 – Lots 790 to 1040 beginning no earlier than
6:00 PM EST
U.S. Obsolete Banknotes, National Banknotes, Security Printing Ephemera, Historic Ephemera and Part 2 of the Highlands Collection of New Jersey Scrip Notes & Obsolete Banknotes
Registration is quick and easy and bidding can be done on any computer or mobile device.
International Auctions is an auction house and online store dealing in
financial history collectibles and investment material. They have been
recognized and respected, around the world, as dealers, consultants and
appraisers in the world of scripophily (collectible bond & share
certificates), numismatics (coins, paper currency & medals) and philately
(stamps & postal history) for over 30 years.
Archives International Auctions offers between 8 to 10 auctions per year as well as Live Internet Sales.
Archives International Auctions has helped clients maximize the value of their holding as well as a lasting legacy for their family’s collection through a stand alone catalog featuring the collector and their biography. They are relied upon to assess, value and auction estates and family collections.
Lot 169 features a 1912 Chinese Government 5% Gold Loan bond. This is a great piece for collectors! The details are:
“China. £500, Series C, K272, I/U bond, Black on brown border with blue underprint, 2000 originally, S/N 0334, VF condition. Printer: Roberts & Leete.”
A feature later in the sale is Lot 710. Offered up is a bond from the Atlantic Railroad Company and it opens for only $75. This is Tavares, Orlando from 1885 and is a specimen bond. Estimated value is a great range at $140 to $280.
Lot 857 is worth taking a look at, as the auction offers a note from the First National Bank of Elko opening for bidding at $3500. As one of the most valuable pieces in the sale, it is not to be missed. The auction catalog’s full description is:
“Elko, NV., $20, 1902 PB, Fr#650, Ch.# 7743, S/N 13873, PCGS graded Fine 15 Apparent with note of small repairs.”
iCollector.com and Archives International are excited to offer this catalog with such a high calibre auction full of unique and rare pieces. Bidders are encouraged to register early, put in their maximum bids ahead of the live auction, and be sure to ask questions through email or phone directly to the auctioneer.