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World Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 271

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 170
World Banknotes Lot
271
World (10) an interesting and very collectible group of notes in various grades mostly GVF - EF to about UNC - UNC and comprising a Scarce n Civil War East -Chita 100 Rubley "Sparrows" Gosudarstvenniy Bank (State Bank) - Chita branch Pick S1187b 1920 Ataman Semenov's money issued by the Government of the Russian Eastern Border Regions, variety with cubes in frame on reverse. These notes were called Sparrows due to their grey paper and were printed later in blue reason being, whatever ink was available that is what was used to print. The fate of the “sparrows” was a fe conclusion: even when released, their cost was 2 times lower than that of Kolchak’s “Siberian squirrels”. And by the end of 1920, their value was striving for zero. Also, a very attractive and very well-preserved selection of Obsolete Currency of various issuers and denominations (5) comprising a Bank of New-England at Good's Landing East Haddam, unissued remainder circa 1800's. The Bank of Macomb County, Mt. Clements, State of Unissued Remainder dated 1st April 1858. The Chesapeake & Canal Company 9th November 1840 No. 372B. The Canal Bank New Orleans 20 dollars series D Unissued remainder circa 1800's. And The State of , Milledgeville dated 1st February 1863 series A No. 11384 with 2 manuscript signatures and a black of Georgia seal on reverse dated 1864, a nice and even original cut. Also known as a C-note with a portrait of war time Governor Joe Brown, who contemplated the idea of Georgia succeeding from the Confederacy. The lot also includes an Biglietto Di Stato Pick 29c signatures Di Cristina, Cavallaro & i. 5 s 63c from 2009. And a pair of Disney Dollars r series D of 2009 (2) including 1 Dollar Mickey Celebrate and Daisy Duck & Minnie Mouse.
£120
World (10) an interesting and very collectible group of notes in various grades mostly GVF - EF to about UNC - UNC and comprising a Scarce Russian Civil War East Siberia -Chita 100 Rubley "Sparrows" Gosudarstvenniy Bank (State Bank) - Chita branch Pick S1187b 1920 Ataman Semenov's money issued by the Government of the Russian Eastern Border Regions, variety with cubes in frame on reverse. These notes were called Sparrows due to their grey paper and were printed later in blue reason being, whatever ink was available that is what was used to print. The fate of the “sparrows” was a foregone conclusion: even when released, their cost was 2 times lower than that of Kolchak’s “Siberian squirrels”. And by the end of 1920, their value was striving for zero. Also, a very attractive and very well-preserved selection of USA Obsolete Currency of various issuers and denominations (5) comprising a Bank of New-England at Goodspeed's Landing East Haddam, Connecticut 2 Dollars unissued remainder circa 1800's. The Bank of Macomb County, Mt. Clements, State of Michigan 10 Dollars Unissued Remainder dated 1st April 1858. The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Company 20 Dollars 9th November 1840 No. 372B. The Canal Bank New Orleans 20 dollars series D Unissued remainder circa 1800's. And The State of Georgia, Milledgeville 100 Dollars dated 1st February 1863 series A No. 11384 with 2 manuscript signatures and a black Treasury of Georgia seal on reverse dated 1864, a nice and even original cut. Also known as a C-note with a portrait of war time Governor Joe Brown, who contemplated the idea of Georgia succeeding from the Confederacy. The lot also includes an Italy Biglietto Di Stato 1 Lira Pick 29c signatures Di Cristina, Cavallaro & Parisi. Egypt 5 Pounds 63c from 2009. And a pair of Disney Dollars r series D of 2009 (2) including 1 Dollar Mickey Celebrate and 5 Dollars Daisy Duck & Minnie Mouse. : World Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 271
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World (10) an interesting and very collectible group of notes in various grades mostly GVF - EF to about UNC - UNC and comprising a Scarce Russian Civil War East Siberia -Chita 100 Rubley "Sparrows" Gosudarstvenniy Bank (State Bank) - Chita branch Pick S1187b 1920 Ataman Semenov's money issued by the Government of the Russian Eastern Border Regions, variety with cubes in frame on reverse. These notes were called Sparrows due to their grey paper and were printed later in blue reason being, whatever ink was available that is what was used to print. The fate of the “sparrows” was a foregone conclusion: even when released, their cost was 2 times lower than that of Kolchak’s “Siberian squirrels”. And by the end of 1920, their value was striving for zero. Also, a very attractive and very well-preserved selection of USA Obsolete Currency of various issuers and denominations (5) comprising a Bank of New-England at Goodspeed's Landing East Haddam, Connecticut 2 Dollars unissued remainder circa 1800's. The Bank of Macomb County, Mt. Clements, State of Michigan 10 Dollars Unissued Remainder dated 1st April 1858. The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Company 20 Dollars 9th November 1840 No. 372B. The Canal Bank New Orleans 20 dollars series D Unissued remainder circa 1800's. And The State of Georgia, Milledgeville 100 Dollars dated 1st February 1863 series A No. 11384 with 2 manuscript signatures and a black Treasury of Georgia seal on reverse dated 1864, a nice and even original cut. Also known as a C-note with a portrait of war time Governor Joe Brown, who contemplated the idea of Georgia succeeding from the Confederacy. The lot also includes an Italy Biglietto Di Stato 1 Lira Pick 29c signatures Di Cristina, Cavallaro & Parisi. Egypt 5 Pounds 63c from 2009. And a pair of Disney Dollars r series D of 2009 (2) including 1 Dollar Mickey Celebrate and 5 Dollars Daisy Duck & Minnie Mouse. : World Banknotes : Auction 170 : Lot 271
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