Archives International Auctions, in partnership with iCollector.com, are pleased to present their upcoming auction for live bidding on March 10th, 2015. This world renowned auction company will show a huge auction with US and Worldwide Banknotes, Security Printing Ephemera, and US Federal Bonds and Documents. In addition, this auction is featuring an exceptional banknote collection from a Middle Eastern gentleman and well as some additional selections from the Hamtramck Collection. Live bidding technology is provided by The Live Auction Group, and secure registration is available now via iCollector.com
Dr. Robert Schwartz is the President of Archives International Auctions, and has an extensive history and incredible reputation within the collecting world. He has been an active dealer, consultant, researcher, and collector in the world of scripophily, numismatics, and philatelics for the last 25 years. This auction is the 23rd sale over the last 8 years and is one of the best to date.
In the first section of the auction, a notable item is Lot 128. This is a highly sought after Dominion of Canada $50 1917 Registered War Loan and Accompanied Check, drawn on the Bank of Montreal. This War Loan Bond from the Liberty Loan Collection features the portraits of King Edward and Queen Mary. These were very scarce in relation to the WWI American Liberty Loan Bonds. This beautiful piece of history is up for auction with an opening bid of $4500 USD. A photo and a detailed description are available in the online catalog on iCollector.com
One of the notes expecting to fetch the highest price during the day is Lot 746. This is a specimen set of 4 notes from the United Arab Emirates Currency Board. All notes have “000000” serial numbers and are beautiful in design. They have a Camel caravan, palm tree, and oil derrick on the face, while the backs have different landmarks and historical designs. Details of each note as well as several high quality images can be viewed now online. This note is estimated to sell in the range of $150000 USD to $20000 USD.
This auction gathers collectors worldwide along with a live audience for full interactive live bidding starting at 10:30 AM Eastern Time on Tuesday March 10th, 2015. Absentee bidding is open now for those unable to bid live on auction day. Registration is quick using an existing iCollector.com account, an email address, or Facebook and Google Plus accounts. The auction is listed on iCollector.com under Archives International Auctions and can be browsed on any computer, Mac, or mobile device.