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Paper money provides a large canvas for a variety of designs, from the mundane but practical to colorful, painting-like artwork. The history of many nations can be viewed in their bank note designs. Here you'll find the bank notes, bills and bonds we have to offer.

 

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US Paper Money

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Colonial Notes

USA, $30, Sept. 26, 1778, serial 156966, PCGS Choice New 63 PPQ. CC-83. Very tough high grade example of this mid-Revolutionary War Continental note. PCGS #80393774. USA, $30, Sept. 26, 1778, serial 156966, PCGS Choice New 63 PPQ. CC-83. Very tough high grade example of this mid-Revolutionary War Continental note. PCGS #80393774. x082105073002e $1,150

US banknotes: Obsoletes

Columbus, Georgia, Farmer's Bank of Chattahoochee, $20 proof, no date (1830s), pp A, extremely rare. Columbus, Georgia, Farmer's Bank of Chattahoochee, $20 proof, no date (1830s), pp A, extremely rare.
Haxby-GA110G14. Extremely rare proof listed as "Surviving Example Not Confirmed" in Haxby; printed by Durand, Perkins & Co. of New York. UNC, 6 POCs (repaired). Spurious date, serial, and signatures; previously mounted.
x102106011001e $1,425
New Haven, Connecticut, Elm City Bank, $1, Oct. 20, 1855, serial 9228, extremely rare. Haxby-CT275C2. A very rare note in any form; a status only reinforced by Haxby stating, "Surviving Example Not Confirmed." Likewise, PMG has yet to grade an issued example of this denomination. The Elm City Bank of New Haven became the Second National Bank of New Haven in 1864; redemption of the Elm City Bank notes, in addition to usual loss or destruction, resulted in this important obsolete rarity. VF with bold signatures and serial, upper left corner missing, mounting remnants on the back. New Haven, Connecticut, Elm City Bank, $1, Oct. 20, 1855, serial 9228, extremely rare. Haxby-CT275C2. A very rare note in any form; a status only reinforced by Haxby stating, "Surviving Example Not Confirmed." Likewise, PMG has yet to grade an issued example of this denomination. The Elm City Bank of New Haven became the Second National Bank of New Haven in 1864; redemption of the Elm City Bank notes, in addition to usual loss or destruction, resulted in this important obsolete rarity. VF with bold signatures and serial, upper left corner missing, mounting remnants on the back. x102106011003e $1,100
Washington D.C., Bullion Bank, $2, July 4, 1862, serial 1131, pp A. Haxby-DC170G22a. VF, previously mounted. Washington D.C., Bullion Bank, $2, July 4, 1862, serial 1131, pp A. Haxby-DC170G22a. VF, previously mounted. x102106011036e $225

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World Paper Money

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Colombia

Barranquilla, Colombia, Banco de Barranquilla, 20 pesos, 26-7-1900, series P, serial 05638, PMG Good 4 net / paper damage, tape repairs. SCWPM-S258, DP-7497. Very rare note from this issuer and in a typical condition for Colombian bills of this time period. Notes from Colombian private banks in the early 1900s traded often and were printed on sub-par paper, hence most rare types are seen with heavy circulation. PMG holder notes paper damage and tape. Still possesses colorful ink, the serial and signatures faded yet with serial number fully visible. One of just two in the PMG census, the other being a Fine 12 example. Comparable in quality to the example sold in Lyn Knight's 2015 Memphis sale for $1,416 all in. PMG #8044294-013. Barranquilla, Colombia, Banco de Barranquilla, 20 pesos, 26-7-1900, series P, serial 05638, PMG Good 4 net / paper damage, tape repairs. SCWPM-S258, DP-7497. Very rare note from this issuer and in a typical condition for Colombian bills of this time period. Notes from Colombian private banks in the early 1900s traded often and were printed on sub-par paper, hence most rare types are seen with heavy circulation. PMG holder notes paper damage and tape. Still possesses colorful ink, the serial and signatures faded yet with serial number fully visible. One of just two in the PMG census, the other being a Fine 12 example. Comparable in quality to the example sold in Lyn Knight's 2015 Memphis sale for $1,416 all in. PMG #8044294-013. x081804629004e $1,495
Barranquilla, Colombia, Banco de Barranquilla, 50 pesos, 26-7-1900, series O, serial 14575, PMG Very Good 8 net / paper damage, tape. SCWPM-S260; DP-6140. Colombia private bank issues of 1900 are typically encountered heavily circulated. PMG holder mentions paper damage and tape repairs as some interior splits have been repaired with paper on the reverse. Otherwise, the ink colors are still bold and the serial number, while faded, is still visible. The series O 50 pesos from this bank are scarcer than the series P 20 pesos, evident in this being the only found in the PMG census and one of the very few to appear recently. Printed by local printer Armenta & Prieto. PMG #8044294-014. Barranquilla, Colombia, Banco de Barranquilla, 50 pesos, 26-7-1900, series O, serial 14575, PMG Very Good 8 net / paper damage, tape. SCWPM-S260; DP-6140. Colombia private bank issues of 1900 are typically encountered heavily circulated. PMG holder mentions paper damage and tape repairs as some interior splits have been repaired with paper on the reverse. Otherwise, the ink colors are still bold and the serial number, while faded, is still visible. The series O 50 pesos from this bank are scarcer than the series P 20 pesos, evident in this being the only found in the PMG census and one of the very few to appear recently. Printed by local printer Armenta & Prieto. PMG #8044294-014. x081804629005e $595

Haiti

Haiti, Republique d'Haiti, 2 gourdes, 22-12-1914, certified PMG Fine 12. SCWPM-132a. Series AA, serial 195094. Moderate circulation wear, common for Haitian notes of the time period, but overall intact paper quality. PMG #1743585-004. Haiti, Republique d'Haiti, 2 gourdes, 22-12-1914, certified PMG Fine 12. SCWPM-132a. Series AA, serial 195094. Moderate circulation wear, common for Haitian notes of the time period, but overall intact paper quality. PMG #1743585-004. x111704191066e $395

Russia

Priamur region, East Siberia, Russia, Far East Provisional Government Credit Note, 100 rubles, 1918 (1920), series BB, serial 196896. Priamur region, East Siberia, Russia, Far East Provisional Government Credit Note, 10 rubles, 1918 (1920), series GG, serial 078666. SCWPM-S1247. VF, light stains. x011743610012e $65

Venezuela

Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Serial B9083938. SCWPM-46e. PMG #1606378-009. x011804081001e $110
Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Serial Y4061339. SCWPM-46e. PMG #8049394-004. x011813181011e $125
Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Serial Y4061340. SCWPM-46e. PMG #8049394-005. x011813181012e $125
Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Serial Y4061344. SCWPM-46e. PMG #8049394-006. x011813181013e $125
Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Serial Y4061345. SCWPM-46e. PMG #8049394-007. x011813181014e $125
Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Choice Uncirculated 64. Caracas, Venezuela, Banco Central, 20 bolivares, 29-1-1974, PMG Choice Uncirculated 64. Serial Y4061346. SCWPM-46e. PMG #8049394-008. x011813181015e $100

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Shipwreck Paper Money: SS Andrea Doria, sunk in 1956 off Nantucket 

 

The SS Andrea Doria was an Italian luxury liner operated by the Italian Line from 1953 to 1956. During her three years of service, she had many transatlantic voyages and became popular with passengers for her luxury accommodations and quick speed. On the night of July 25, 1956, the Andrea Doria collided with the MS Stockholm, a Swedish American Line passenger liner, while travelling through heavy fog. The Stockholm's bow penetrated the Andrea Doria's starboard side, leaving a gaping hole. However, safety measures kept the Andrea Doria afloat for 11 hours, long enough for the survivors to evacuate. All together, 46 people died aboard the Andrea Doria while 6 crew members of the Stockholm were killed.

Divers descended upon the wreck just a day after its sinking to find it lying on its starboard side at a depth of about 250 feet, far too deep for recreational diving. Since then, through advances in diving equipment, technical divers are able to reach the wreck. However, heavy currents, silt clouds and the depth still make the Andrea Doria a difficult wreck to dive, earning it the nickname "the Mount Everest of wreck diving." Regardless, the allure of the ship's luxury and artifacts still on board bring divers back again and again.

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Please note there is an shipping and insurance charge of $17 on this item.  (Note these pieces are also listed under Shipwreck Coins Category)

 

USA, $1 silver certificate, series 1935D, serial R81178009F, Clark-Snyder, in lucite display, PCGS Currency Grade B. USA, $1 silver certificate, series 1935C, serial U09502130D, Julian-Snyder, PCGS Currency Grade B, with display box. Very scarce earlier note from this wreck; of the 2,726 silver certificates graded by PCGS Currency in 2006, just under 2.5% were from the 1935C series. PCGS #80016873. Encased in a Lucite holder contained in a display box accompanied by a salvager's certificate and promotional DVD entitled "S.S. Andrea Doria: A Journey of Adventure."  d072105065008 $695
USA, $1 silver certificate, series 1935D, serial R81178009F, Clark-Snyder, in lucite display, PCGS Currency Grade B. USA, $1 silver certificate, series 1935C, serial X74010311D, Julian-Snyder, PCGS Currency Grade B, with display box. Very scarce earlier note from this wreck; of the 2,726 silver certificates graded by PCGS Currency in 2006, just under 2.5% were from the 1935C series. PCGS #80016867. Encased in a Lucite holder contained in a display box accompanied by a salvager's certificate and promotional DVD entitled "S.S. Andrea Doria: A Journey of Adventure."  d072105065003 $695
USA, $1 silver certificate, series 1935D, serial R81178009F, Clark-Snyder, in lucite display, PCGS Currency Grade B. USA, $1 silver certificate, series 1935C, serial H58093282E Julian-Snyder, PCGS Currency Grade B, with display box. Very scarce earlier note from this wreck; of the 2,726 silver certificates graded by PCGS Currency in 2006, just under 2.5% were from the 1935C series. PCGS #80016882. Encased in a Lucite holder contained in a display box accompanied by a salvager's certificate and promotional DVD entitled "S.S. Andrea Doria: A Journey of Adventure."  d122105122009 $645

     

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