World renowned auctioneer, Archives International, is preparing for their upcoming auction putting over 950 Lots through the auction block! The have another packed auction filled with every piece imaginable for fine collectors. Bidding is open now and the live auction kicks off online at 11AM Eastern Time on Thursday, October 29th, 2020.
Here is a selection of some of the best offerings in the sale:
Lot 56 – Commercial Bank of China, 1920 Specimen “Tael Issue” Banknote Rarity
Lot 91 – Chinese-American Bank of Commerce, 1920 “Harbin” Branch Issue Rarity
Lot 147 – Mandats Territoriaux, ND (1796) Issue Rarity
Lot 252 – Banque De LA Republique Du Mali, 1960 Issue Banknote
Lot 306 – Bank of Korea, 4286 (1953) Issued Banknote Rarity
Lot 393 – Blackwell’s Durham Tobacco Co. 1890’s Specimen Stock Certificate
Lot 690 – Kansas City and Southern Railway Co., 1883 Specimen Bond
Lot 719 – Long Island Traction Co. and The Brooklyn Heights Railroad Co., ND (1890-1900) Specimen Bond
Lot 873 – New Hampton College Bank, ND (ca.1860-70’s) $500 College Currency Rarity
Lot 884 – Nashville Bank at Winchester 1820’s Copper Printing Plate Engraved By William Kneass, Chief Engraver
The company hopes that you enjoy their catalog! The team has taken many careful hours procuring, researching, professionally photographing, and preparing these amazing pieces for you to enjoy. Please contact them at email@example.com or 201-944-4800 for anything you need from questions on this auction to consignments for future auctions.
About The Auctioneer
Archives International Auctions is an auction house and online store dealing in financial history collectibles and investment material. We 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 offer 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. We are relied upon to assess, value and auction estates and family collections.
About Our Team
Dr. Robert Schwartz, President of Archives International Auctions, has been active as a dealer, consultant, researcher and collector in the world of scripophily, numismatics and philatelics for the last 25 years. Dr. Schwartz is a member of the International Bank Note Society; The International Bond & Share Society; ANA; American Stamp Dealers Association; and also Vice-President of PSTA (Professional Scripophily Trade Association) and has been intimately involved in the sales and acquisition of numerous philatelic and numismatic properties. Dr. Schwartz was closely involved with updating and pricing the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money for numerous Pick general and specialized issues of the Foreign Banks in China as well as a majority of early private Mexican Bancos of the Mexico Banco period of the 1860’s to 1914 in the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money specialized catalog. Bob originated and cataloged the American Bank Note Archives Auctions, Parts I through VIII held from 2007 to 2011 and is considered a foremost expert in Security Printing and related Ephemera.
Leroy Mitchell, Production Manager of Archives International Auctions, has been actively involved in
all aspects of the philatelic and numismatic auction business for over 10 years. Leroy has a strong management and accounting background as well as extensive experience in cataloging, scanning and imaging as well as auction fulfillment and organization.
You may contact us to discuss all of your auction needs from appraisals to outright sales
to auction consignments.
Archives International Auctions is constantly seeking consignments
and is also a buyer of single items to large estates.
We are happy to offer you a complementary consultation to discuss your collection,
accumulation or single better items and the various options available to you.