Archives International Auctions XXX – U.S. & World Banknotes, Scripophily & Coins

Chinese-American Bank of Commerce, 1920 Shanghai Branch Issue.

Lot 2209: Chinese-American Bank of Commerce, 1920 Shanghai Branch Issue. Courtesy Archives International Auctions.

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Archives International Auctions (AIA) & Dr. Robert Schwartz are proud to present U.S., Chinese & Worldwide Banknotes, Scripophily, Coins & Security Printing Ephemera in three sessions at their offices in Fort Lee, New Jersey on Friday, December 11 and Monday, December 14, 2015:

Please view our virtual catalog for the December 11 and 14 auctions.

Bidding Information and Auction Registration

Please do not wait to register for online bidding in case you need additional help with the registration process. We can also accept Absentee bid sheets directly or you may place your bids through our website on Archives International Live's Internet Bidding Portal and either participate live during the sale or leave bids ahead of time to be executed when your lot comes up for bidding.

Link to bidding information page

AIA XXX Bid Sheet Download (PDF)

IF YOU ARE HAVING PROBLEMS REGISTERING FOR LIVE INTERNET BIDDING, PLEASE CONTACT US AT:

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AIA XXX Auction Highlights

The first session scheduled for Friday, December 11 will include over 900 lots of rare banknotes, scripophily, coins and security printing ephemera with a wide variety of material from numerous consignors including additional selections from the Arthur Matz collection.

The second session of Chinese & Asian material is scheduled on Monday, December 14 and will include over 380 lots of Chinese and Asian Banknotes, Scripophily and Coins in conjunction with Kelleher & Rogers Fine Asian Auctions Ltd., at our offices in Fort Lee, New Jersey. We are privileged to offer Part 2 of the Alexander I. Pogrebetsky Family Archives of rare Chinese and Asian banknotes as well as "The Shanghai Banker's Collection" of rare Chinese banknotes, with both collections having never been offered previously at public auction and were held very closely by their families for over 60 years each until earlier this year. Included will be many desirable banknotes that are rarely seen at auction as well as a large assortment of seldom seen local and specialized issues.

We will be holding our third session on Monday afternoon, December 14, beginning no earlier than 3:00 PM, which will be a Live Internet and absentee bidding auction only with no catalog available other than our Virtual Catalog. It will consist of over 660 lots of interesting U.S. & Worldwide Banknotes, Scripophily, Ephemera and Coins with many scarce and interesting items from numerous consignors. It will feature the Hamtramck Collection of Worldwide banknotes and coins put together over a 50 year time period by a U.S. Army officer who was stationed in Asia right after World War II and then stationed in Germany in the 1950s, eventually moving back to the U.S. in the '60s. He acquired thousands of banknotes and coins when no one else was seriously collecting them and had formed many country collections with hundreds of scarce issues.

Bodie Bluff Consolidated Gold Mining Co. 1879

Lot 503. Bodie Bluff Consolidated Gold Mining Co. 1879. Courtesy Archives International Auctions.

American Bank Note Co. Cincinnati Business Ad Card

Lot 674. American Bank Note Co. Cincinnati Business Ad Card. Courtesy Archives International Auctions.

Kwang Tung Sat Yip Bank, Swatow ca.1900 Private Banknote

Lot 2316. Kwang Tung Sat Yip Bank, Swatow ca.1900 Private Banknote. Courtesy Archives International Auctions.

Liberty Loan Bond of 1917

Lot 894. Liberty Loan Bond of 1917. Courtesy Archives International Auctions.

Ningpo Commercial Bank 1925 Issue Banknote

Lot 2166. Ningpo Commercial Bank 1925 Issue Banknote. Courtesy Archives International Auctions.

FRN. Boston. $5,1914. Fr# 846

Lot 832. FRN. Boston. $5,1914. Fr# 846. Courtesy Archives International Auctions.

Bank of China, 1912, Mukden, Manchuria Branch Issue Rarity

Lot 2074. Bank of China, 1912, Mukden, Manchuria Branch Issue Rarity. Courtesy Archives International Auctions.

Imperial Bank of China, 1898 Peking Branch Taels Issue

Lot 2046. Imperial Bank of China, 1898 Peking Branch Taels Issue. Courtesy Archives International Auctions.

Viewing Times and Appointments

At our offices at 1580 Lemoine Ave., Fort Lee, NJ

Monday, Dec. 7 to Thursday Dec. 10 Between 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM

Friday, Dec. 11, 11:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Monday, Dec. 14 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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We will be attending the New York International Numismatic Convention (NYINC) scheduled from January 7-10, 2016 and also the annual Virginia Scripophily Show the end of January. Please feel free to visit us at these shows or contact us anytime to discuss your participation in our frequent auctions as a consignor or purchaser. We are also interested in purchasing single items to large estate collections, so please contact us for our strong offer.

We are in the planning stages for our late February to early March 2016 U.S. & Worldwide Banknote, Scripophily and Coin auction. Please contact us at (201) 944-4800 or info@archivesinternational.com if you would like to discuss consigning to our upcoming auctions.
 

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