Archives International Auctions

When:
Sat Oct 19, 2013 12:00AM
Where:
Museum of American Finance
48 Wall Street
New York City, NY

Archives International Auctions, LLC
Rare U.S. & Worldwide Banknotes,
Scripophily, Autographs & Ephemera
October 19th & 22nd, 2013
featuring "The Copps Collection" to be held in
conjunction with the 3rd Annual Wall Street Coin,
Currency & Collectibles Show
(October 17 to 19, in New York City).

SESSION I:
Sat. Oct. 19, Museum Of American Finance 48 Wall St NYC

SESSION II:
Tue. Oct. 22, Location 1580 Lemoine Ave, Fort Lee, NJ

Included will be over 1400 lots of Rare U.S. & Worldwide
Banknotes, Scripophily, Autographs, Security Printing Ephemera
and Historic Documents and Objects. Please view our website
for auction updates at WWW.ARCHIVESINTERNATIONAL.COM
Highlights include:
• From "The Copps Collection", A 1792 U.S. Federal Bond Issued to and Signed by George Washington, this is one of three known, the other two are in an institutions, this is the first time ever at auction
• U.S. Colonial; Obsolete; Fractional; and, Large Type Notes including a high grade "Educational" Set of 3 notes along with dozens of other rare banknotes.
• Worldwide Banknotes including an outstanding U.A.E. Specimen Set as well as hundreds of other rare and desirable notes.
• Hundreds of U.S. & Worldwide Stocks and bonds including autographed certificates and autographs by Daniel Drew; Thomas Edison; Buffalo Bill Cody, Robert Morris and many others.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE SHOW, PLEASE GO TO THEIR WEBSITE AT:  WWW.WALLSTREETBOURSE.COM
PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING CONSIGNING TO
OUR UPCOMING AUCTIONS. WE ARE CONSTANTLY LOOKING TO
BUY BETTER SINGLE ITEMS TO LARGE COLLECTIONS.
You may also bid through our website at Archives International Live.
ARCHIVES INTERNATIONAL AUCTIONS, LLC
1580 Lemoine Avenue, Suite #7, Fort Lee, NJ 07024
Phone: 201-944-4800 • Email: info@archivesinternational.com
visit WWW.ARCHIVESINTERNATIONAL.COM

Important 1792 U.S. Federal Bond Issued to and
Signed by George Washington. Never offered before at auction.
This historically significant
bond was endorsed by
Washington and carries
his bold signature.
Bank of America $10,000 Specimen Banknote
Edison Stock
Ticker ca.
1900-1920
First Liberty Loan For $50
U.S. $5 Eduactional with Dramatic Por-
Legal Tender, $10 Series of 1862 trait in High Grade
John D
Rockefeller
Signed 1876
Standard Oil
Company
Stock
Winona, Minnesota, First National Bank
of Winona, Charter 3224, $20 1882 Brown
Back Rarity

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