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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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Guatemala, Banco de Occidente, 5 pesos, 2 June 1919, serial 3117752, P-S176b. Tallahassee, Florida, State of Florida, 10 cents, 2-2-1863. Cr-30. XF, handling around edges, some paper toning, good inking and nice signatures. x061804081001 $45
Guatemala, Banco de Occidente, 5 pesos, 2 June 1919, serial 3117752, P-S176b. Chicago, Illinois, USA, National Bank of the Republic, $10, charter 4605, series 1902, plain back, serial 254386. Fr-628. Fine, evenly circulated, no pinholes or internal tears. x061804594001 $155
Guatemala, Banco de Occidente, 5 pesos, 2 June 1919, serial 3117752, P-S176b. New York City, New York, USA, American Exchange National Bank, $5, charter (E)1394, series 1902, plain back, serial 419215. Fr-599. Fine, boldy inked, light stains, some small pinholes. x061804594002 $165
Guatemala, Banco de Occidente, 5 pesos, 2 June 1919, serial 3117752, P-S176b. Pensacola, Florida, USA, American National Bank, $20, charter 5603, series 1929 (type 2), serial A000386. Fr-1802-2; KL-1318. VF+, good paper quality, light folds. x061818081001 $185

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World Paper Money

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Colombia

Guatemala, Banco de Occidente, 5 pesos, 2 June 1919, serial 3117752, P-S176b. Bogota, Colombia, 1 peso oro front and back proof, ND (1929-54), PMG Gem UNC 66 EPQ and Gem UNC 65 EPQ, ex-Eldorado. SCWPM-380p. Separate obverse and reverse proofs mounted on large pieces of cardstock, the obverse graded 66 EPQ and the reverse graded 65 EPQ by PMG. Bright coloring and choice centering, no problems to note on notes or cardstock. PMG #8044464-007, -018. x011804535101 $250

Cuba

Guatemala, Banco de Occidente, 5 pesos, 2 June 1919, serial 3117752, P-S176b. Cuba, Banco Nacional de Cuba, 100 pesos, 1958, serial C109571A, certified PMG Gem UNC 64 EPQ, ex-Ortiz. SCWPM-82c. High grade, high denomination pre-revolution banknote. PMG #2501393-019. Pedigreed to the Emilio Ortiz collection. x061719161003 $125

Guatemala

Guatemala, Banco de Occidente, 5 pesos, 2 June 1919, serial 3117752, P-S176b. Guatemala, Banco de Occidente, 5 pesos, 2 June 1919, serial 3117752, P-S176b. Popular, colorful note with folds and light soiling but nothing to distract from its beauty. x111604161003 $190

Korea (North)

Paraguay, El Tesoro Nacional, 10 pesos, no date, (1862), serial 17190, P-26. North Korea, Central Bank, 2000 won specimen, (2009), PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ. x011709081009 $45

Paraguay

Paraguay, El Tesoro Nacional, 10 pesos, no date, (1862), serial 17190, P-26. Paraguay, El Tesoro Nacional, 10 pesos, no date, (1862), serial 17190, certified WBG AU 55. P-26. Nice AU note with strong blue printing, no problems. Sharp corners and edges. WBG certification #0132955. x111604161004 $285

Spain

Madrid, Spain, Ministry of Finance, 2 pesetas, 1938, serial A2452504, certified PMG Choice Uncirculated 64. P-95. Bold, well-centered printing, nice paper quality. Madrid, Spain, Ministry of Finance, 2 pesetas, 1938, serial A2452504, certified PMG Choice Uncirculated 64. P-95. Bold, well-centered printing, nice paper quality. x011743571013 $95

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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 V40075861F, salvaged from the Andrea Doria (1956), in large PCGS Currency capsule and promotional case, Grade USA, $1 silver certificate, series 1935E, serial J00768538H, salvaged from the Andrea Doria (1956), in large PCGS Currency capsule and promotional case, grade "B." Grade B (defined by PCGS as being between 75 to 90 percent intact), some staining, degradation along edges and on left side of note, good original ink colors and paper quality. The note is encased in a lucite holder contained in a display box and comes with a salvager's certificate. PCGS #80019217. Recovered from: the Andrea Doria, sunk in 1956 off Massachusetts. x071804606002e $275
USA, $1 silver certificate, series 1935D, serial V40075861F, salvaged from the Andrea Doria (1956), in large PCGS Currency capsule and promotional case, Grade Italy, 1,000 lire, no date (1947-51), serial F58 070563, salvaged from the Andrea Doria (1956), in large acrylic display and promotional case, PCGS grade Genuine. Degradation from saltwater immersion, full serial number, partial woman's portrait visible, typical quality of Andrea Doria-recovered Italian lire which degraded more heavily when compared to the silver certificates due to different paper used. The note is encased in a lucite holder contained in a display box and comes with a salvager's certificate. PCGS #80020110. Recovered from: the Andrea Doria, sunk in 1956 off Massachusetts. x071804606005 $165

     

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