Stack’s Bowers is busy preparing the catalog for its auction for the Whitman Baltimore Spring Expo, March 30-April 2, at the Baltimore Convention Center. The currency portion of the sale is on March 30.
Peter Traglia, director of currency for Stack’s Bowers, provided BNR with a few of the top lots.
Among National Bank Notes, a certain leader is a No. 1 1882 $5 Brown Back on the First National Bank of Medicine Lodge, Kan., charter 3253. It is graded PMG Very Fine 30.
An 1882 $100 Brown Back, charter 1999, from The Citizens National Bank of New Philadelphia, Ohio, is also a star of the sale.
The attractive Fr. 525 is in PMG Very Fine 30.
Another Ohio highlight is a new-to-the-census 1882 $50 Brown Back on the First National Bank of St. Clairsville, Ohio, charter 315, graded PMG Very Fine 25.
Also spotlighted are:
• 1928 $500 Gold Certificate, Fr. 2407, PMG About Uncirculated 50;
• 1880 $100 Legal Tender Note, PMG Very Fine 30 Net;
• Obsolete, $5 color proof, Oil City Bank of Oil City, Pa., Haxby PA-380 G6a, choice uncirculated;
• Obsolete, $1 Bank of Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa., Haxby PA-150 G8a, VF.
For additional information, visit www.stacksbowers.com.
This article was originally printed in Bank Note Reporter. >> Subscribe today.
More Collecting Resources
• The Standard Catalog of United States Paper Money is the only annual guide that provides complete coverage of U.S. currency with today’s market prices.
• When it comes to specialized world paper money issues, nothing can top the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, Specialized Issues .