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Here are two Hanover notes that are about 4,000 serial numbers apart. Both are evenly circulated VFs.

Here are two Hanover notes that are about serial numbers apart. Both are evenly circulated VFs.

Single sided curved porcelain corner sign for Brazil Beer by the Brazil Brewing Co of Brazil Indiana. This brewery is only listed as operating from 1901-1907 so for a short lived brewery this sign has great graphics. This incredible piece has fantastic colors with top notch central vignette of a swordsman who has B.B.Co. lettered on his uniform and art nouveau style curved borders.

Single sided curved porcelain corner sign for Brazil Beer by the Brazil Brewing…

Here is a high quality $50 confederate. High grade notes like this are as valuable today as they have ever been, and that trend does not appear to be slowing at all.

Here is a high quality $50 confederate. High grade notes like this are as valuable today as they have ever been, and that trend does not appear to be slowing at all.

Pittsburg, PA - Ch. 6023 - 1882 $10 Brown Back This $10 brown back is from a short-lived Pittsburg bank that was only in business from 1901 to 1914, this note has held up well despite an extensive tour in the channels of commerce. Decent color and paper are found on this Very Good example.

Pittsburg, PA - Ch. 6023 - 1882 $10 Brown Back This $10 brown back is from a short-lived Pittsburg bank that was only in business from 1901 to 1914, this note has held up well despite an extensive tour in the channels of commerce. Decent color and paper are found on this Very Good example.

This serial number one blue seal was last on the market in 2007 when it sold for $7,450 at a Baltimore auction. Our estimate of just $3,000 - $4,000 could prove too conservative based on its prior price history. Monongahela City is today part of the Pittsburgh Metro area. Pittsburgh has always been a strong "coin town" and this note will likely end up back in one of the many advanced numismatic collections of that area.

This serial number one blue seal was last on the market in 2007 when it sold for $7,450 at a Baltimore auction. Our estimate of just $3,000 - $4,000 could prove too conservative based on its prior price history. Monongahela City is today part of the Pittsburgh Metro area. Pittsburgh has always been a strong "coin town" and this note will likely end up back in one of the many advanced numismatic collections of that area.

1902 $5 Key West Note Charter #7942

This bank issued currency for just two years and only issued red seals. Two notes are recorded but they don't hold a candle to this serial number one example.

A lightly circulated large size note from the second of two note issuers to operate in this Jefferson County community. This piece retains nice color, dark printed signatures, and strong, original embossing. Its only detracting factor is a small tear in the top margin.

A lightly circulated large size note from the second of two note issuers to operate in this Jefferson County community. This piece retains nice color, dark printed signatures, and strong, original embossing. Its only detracting factor is a small tear in the top margin.

SC collectors are lucky that so many high grade banknotes are available. This $10 note is no exception.

SC collectors are lucky that so many high grade banknotes are available. This $10 note is no exception.

The nationals portion of the auction gets kicked off with this newly discovered serial number 1 note on Alabama. This becomes the first serial number one note reported for the charter. It is a type2 five that faces up XF. The back shows four mounting remnants in the corners that could easily be removed by a professional restorer. Certainly a great chance to add some flare to an Alabama or state #1 collection.

This isn't super rare, with almost 20 small reported. But it is in the top three in terms of condition, despite having 4 pinholes.

New York, NY - Ch. 1461 - $5 1882 Brown Back This is a nice brown back that works perfectly for the type. It has good margins, strong paper, and dark signatures. You can get all of that without spending thousands of dollars.

New York, NY - Ch. 1461 - $5 1882 Brown Back This is a nice brown back that works perfectly for the type. It has good margins, strong paper, and dark signatures. You can get all of that without spending thousands of dollars.

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