Paper Currency
Image Item ID Description Sales Price
115220 OBSOLETE 1814 50C LAWRENCE $250.00
Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. Fringe & Worsted Yarn Warehouse. 50 cents - 1814. OBSOLETE BANK NOTE. UNISSUED. Sheep shearing, spinning wheel. Epaulette. W. Kneass, Engraver. UNCIRCULATED. William Kneass was the Second Chief Engraver of the United States Mint. He was responsible for several major design changes, and for inventing the restraining collar, which kept struck coins from spreading out to wider diameters than were necessary.
124223 OBSOLETE 1862 $1 F12 WHITFIELD $75.00
G-4 $1 OBSOLETE BANKNOTE - BANK OF WHITFIELD, DALTON, GA. Oct 1st 1862. Long Black Train with steam. RED $1 LEFT, PRINTED BLACK "ONE" LEFT & RIGHT. PCGS CERTIFIED 80317567 GRADE FINE F12. SERIAL #6769 PLATE # D. Planters & Mechanics Bank of Dalton CHANGED NAME OF BANK TO THE BANK OF WHITFIELD and officers on DECEMBER 13th, 1859 and issued notes in 1860, 1861 and 1862. BANK OF WHITFIELD issued: 50c and 75c fractional and $1, $2, and $5 notes. CASHIER: Thomas B. White and PRESIDENT: Merritt Burns. On June 2, 1862 moved to #3 Crawford Street. DECEMBER 1, 1863 THE Union Army invasion seemed imminent and the Bank of Whitfield moved to Atlanta. Taken over by Robert F. Lowery and merged into LOWERY BANK OF ATLANTA. PCGS CERTIFIED FINE 12
103770 CURRENCY SHEET 9 NOTES AUGUSTA $250.00
CONFEDERATE TREASURE NOTES. BANK OF AUGUSTA - CENTERED IN BLACK. JANUARY 1, 1863 RED NUMBERS - 9 NOTES UNCUT. (1) 5C (2) 10C (2) 25C (3) 50C (1) 75C.
101331 OBSOLETE 1863 10c PLANTERS EF $70.00
10c OBSOLETE BANKNOTE - PLANTERS INSURANCE TRUST & LOAN COMPANY, DALTON, GA. MAR CH 19th, 1863. PCGS CERTIFIED 80317465 EXTREMELY FINE EXF0. BLACK LETTERS. Planters Insurance Trust and Loan Co. was chartered December 5th, 1862 by Duff Green. Signed by BEN E. GREEN, son of Col DUFF GREN - principal stockholder. ISSUED 10c, 25c and 50c FRACTIONALS.
125007 CSA 1864 $5 CSA T68 7TH ISSUE $35.00
CAPITOL OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES (VIRGINIA STATE CAPITAL, RICHMOND). DATED FEB 17,1864. BUST OF SECRETARY OF CONFEDRATE CABINET MEMBER - C.G. MEMMINGER IN OVAL FRAME AT RIGHT. 5,527,200 ISSUED. ENGRAVED BY KEATING & BALL, COLUMBIA S.C. BLUE BACK WITH DENOMINATON. NUMBER 3330
104261 CSA 1864 $20 T-70 VF $50.00
CSA TYPE 70 $20 FEBRUARY 17TH, 1864. KEATINGE & BALL, COLUMBIA SC, APPROXIMATELY 4,297,004 ISSUED. TENESSEE STATE CAPITOL IN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS (VICE PRESIDENT OF THE CONFEDERACY) TO THE RIGHT. REVERSE HAS BLUE BACK WITH DEMOMINATION. A POPULAR 1864 ISSUE. SERIAL NUMBERS HAND WRITTEN. THIS NOTE WAS PAYABLE TWO YEARS AFTER THE RATIFICATION OF A TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN THE CONFEDERATE STATES AND UNITED STATES. COMMON IN ALL GRADES.
104522 CSA 1864 $10 7TH ISSUE XF $60.00
TYPE 69 CSA $10 NOTE DATED FEBRUARY 17TH, 1864. HORSES PULLING CANNON IN THE CENTER. R.M.T. HUNTER (SECRETARY TO THE STATE AS WELL AS A CONFEDERATE SENATOR) TO THE RIGHT. BLUE BACK WITH DENOMINATION. THIS NOTE WAS PAYABLE TWO YEARS AFTER THE RATIFICATION OF A TREATY OF PEACE BETWEEN THE CONFEDERATE STATES AND THE UNITED STATES. DATED FEBRUARY 17TH 1864. NUMBER 439
103950 CSA 1864 $10 CSA T-68 AU $65.00
$10: HORSES PULLING CANNON. CONFEDERATE STATES PAPER MONEY. 7th Issue. February 17, 1864. FIELD ARTILLERY. BUST OF R.M.T. HUNTER, Confederate cabine member (lower right). PINK & BLACK. Blue web reverse with denomination. Plain paper. This is the most commonly available confederate note today. Issued in series 1 to 10 and without series. 55 varieties with plate letters (A to H) plus many insignificatnt difference in plate letters. There are several rare to extremely rare plate letter errors. B-A, C-A, A-C, E-A and G-missing G. Bragg's artillery at the Battle of Buena Vista in 1847 during the war with Mexico. If correct, it is apparently based on a portion of a contemporary painting by Carl Nebel, except from a different angle. Bragg became a confederate General during the civil war. CR 540-52.
130518 CURRENCY 1882 $20 NATIONAL $850.00
UNITED STATES $20 NATIONAL CURRENCY NOTE SERIES 1882. LOWRY NATIONAL BANK, ATLANTA, GEORGIA
126724 BOND SELMA ROME DALTON $225.00
HUGH SCHULL 8/16/03 SELMA, ROME, AND DALTON RAILROAD. 7% MORTGAGE BOND. CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURES OF THE STATES OF ALABAMA AND GEORGIA. BOND NO. 885 THE SELMA, ROME AND DALTON RAILROAD COMPANY INTEREST DUE OCTOBER 1ST, 1885
126723 STOCK CHEROKEE MANUFACTURING $95.00
CHEROKEE MAUUFACTURING CO. STOCK CERTIFICATE NO. 111. FOR 3 SHARES OF CAPITAL STOCK $100 EACH PURCHASHED BY H.C.BABCOCK DATED JUNE 3, 1893. PRINTED BY WITH CHEROKEE MANUFACTURING CO. CORPORATE SEAL AND SEVERAL HAND SIGNED WITNESSES SIGNATURES ON REVERSE: SADIE C. SAPP, etc.
122865 CURRENCY 1900 $20 LOWERY $625.00
LARGE SIZE TWENTY DOLLAR NATIONAL CURRENCY SERIES 1882 VALUE BACK. # 581. SIGNATURES: LYONS & ROBERTS. LOWERY NATIONAL BANK, ATLANTA
127126 CURRENCY 1963 A $2 US NOTE $20.00
UNITED STATES NOTE TWO-DOLLAR NOTES. 1963 A F-1514-A GRANAHAM FOWLER - 3,200,000 PRINTED - MOTTO ADDED.