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Lot 90: Rare 1902 $100 First National Bank of Nashville Rare 1902 $100 First National Bank of Nashville Lot 90: Rare 1902 $100 First National Bank of Nashville

Rare $100 “Plain Back” Red Seal bank note dated 1902 from the First National Bank of Nashville, Tennessee, depicting the portrait of John Jay Knox, Jr., American financier and government official. Serial # A310881/3318 pp A. CH # 150. FR # 686. Lyons/Roberts signatures. PMG graded 12/Fine. Provenance: the collection of the late James A. Newman (Nashville, TN, 1892-1964). CONDITION: PMG graded 12/Fine. Some chips to edges, one corner missing. [See more photos →]

$24,000.00
Lot 860: 1796 US Draped Bust Silver Dollar Coin 1796 US Draped Bust Silver Dollar Coin Lot 860: 1796 US Draped Bust Silver Dollar Coin

1796 United States Draped Bust silver dollar coin. Depicts the bust of Lady Liberty, obverse, and the American bald eagle encircled by a laurel wreath, reverse. PCGS graded 25/Very Fine. Note: While the identity of the Lady Liberty model is unknown, it has been suggested that Philadelphia socialite Ann Willing Bingham posed as the model. (See: Julian, R.W. (1993). Bowers, Q. David, ed. Silver Dollars & Trade Dollars of the United States. Wolfeboro, New Hampshire: Bowers and Merena Galleries). Provenance: the estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: PCGS graded 25/Very Fine. [See more photos →]

$9,600.00
Lot 98: 1882 $5 First National Bank, Salinas, CA National 1882 $5 First National Bank, Salinas, CA National Lot 98: 1882 $5 First National Bank, Salinas, CA National

$5 “Date Back” bank note dated 1882 from the First National Bank of Salinas, California, depicting the portrait of President James A. Garfield, obverse. Portrait of George Washington, left, vignette of the Capitol building, right, reverse. Second Issue. Serial # E101032/1010 pp H. CH # 5074. FR # 534. Tillman/Morgan signatures. PMG graded 20/Very Fine. Provenance: the collection of the late James A. Newman (Nashville, TN, 1892-1964). CONDITION: PMG graded 20/Very Fine. [See more photos →]

$7,400.00
Lot 40: 1896 U.S. $2 "Educational" Silver Certificate 1896 U.S. $2 "Educational" Silver Certificate Lot 40: 1896 U.S. $2 "Educational" Silver Certificate

1896 US $2 “Educational” silver certificate, depicting the allegory of Science presenting Steam and Electricity to Commerce and Manufacture, obverse. Engraved by Charles Schlecht (United States/Germany, b. 1843) and George Frederick Cumming Smillie (District of Columbia, 1854-1924) after designs by Edwin H. Blashfield (New York/Massachusetts, 1848-1936), figures, and Thomas F. Morris, frame and background. Portraits of Robert Fulton and Samuel F.B. Morse, reverse. Engraved by Lorenzo J. Hatch (New York/Vermont, 1857-1914). Serial # 12087730/ pp B. FR # 248. Bruce/Roberts signatures. PMG graded 64/Choice Uncirculated. Provenance: the collection of the late James A. Newman (Nashville, TN, 1892-1964). CONDITION: PMG graded 64/Choice Uncirculated. Exceptional Paper Quality. [See more photos →]

$5,350.00
Lot 42: 1891 U.S. $50 Silver Certificate 1891 U.S. $50 Silver Certificate Lot 42: 1891 U.S. $50 Silver Certificate

1891 US $50 silver certificate, depicting the portrait of Edward Everett, former Secretary of State. Serial # H139973/ pp A. FR # 334. Vernon/Treat signatures. PMG graded 25/Very Fine. Provenance: the collection of the late James A. Newman (Nashville, TN, 1892-1964). CONDITION: PMG graded 25/Very Fine. [See more photos →]

$5,120.00
Lot 61: 1905 U.S. $20 "Technicolor" Gold Certificate 1905 U.S. $20 "Technicolor" Gold Certificate Lot 61: 1905 U.S. $20 "Technicolor" Gold Certificate

1905 US $20 “Technicolor” Red Seal gold certificate, depicting the portrait of George Washington. Serial # A2727225/ pp A. FR # 1180. Lyons/Treat signatures. PMG graded 30/Very Fine. Provenance: the collection of the late James A. Newman (Nashville, TN, 1892-1964). CONDITION: PMG graded 30/Very Fine. Good Color. Spindle Holes. [See more photos →]

$4,860.00
Lot 436: Group 32 Confederate Bills Group 32 Confederate Bills Lot 436: Group 32 Confederate Bills

Group of thirty-two (32) Confederate States of America (CSA) bills. 1st item: One (1) CSA State of Alabama $100 bill, issued in Montgomery, AL, dated January 4, 1864. Serial # 834/ pp F. 2nd-6th items: Five (5) CSA $10 bills, issued in Richmond, VA, dated February 17, 1864. Serial # 8623/ pp D, 3rd series; Serial # 29031/ pp C, 6th series; Serial # 5025/ pp G, 7th series; Serial # 8301/ pp E, 7th series; Serial # 31628/ pp B, 8th series. Signatures "for Registrar" and "for Treasurer". 7th-10th items: Four (4) CSA $5 bills, issued in Richmond, VA, dated February 17, 1864. Serial # 45340/ pp F, 3rd series; Serial # 52960/ pp D, 5th series; Serial # 55610/ pp G, 5th series; Serial # 55009/ pp C, 6th series. 11th-12th items: Two (2) CSA $2 bills, issued in Richmond, VA, dated December 2, 1862, Serial # 30333/ pp I, 1st series, and February 17, 1864, Serial # 47718/ pp C. Signatures "for Registrar" and "for Treasurer". 13th-19th items: Seven (7) CSA $1 bills, issued in Richmond, VA, dated December 2, 1862, Serial # 29808/ pp F; Serial # 41922/ pp A, and April 6, 1863, Serial # 49891/ pp D, 1st series; Serial # 94442/ pp A, 1st series; Serial # 143379/ pp A, 1st series; Serial # 13899/ pp F, 2nd series; Serial # 98703/ pp B, 2nd series. Signatures "for Registrar" and "for Treasurer". 20th-22nd items: Two (3) CSA State of Alabama $1 bills, issued in Montgomery, AL, dated January 1, 1863, 1st series. Serial # 3455/ pp A; Serial # 55298/ pp I; one with no serial number/ pp A. Signed by Governor John Gill Shorter and "For Controller". 23rd-24th items: Two (2) CSA State of Mississippi $1 bills, issued in Jackson, MS, dated May 1, 1862, Serial #140361, and November 1, 1862, Serial # 243503. Signatures "for Auditor" and "for Treasurer". 25th-27th items: Three (3) CSA State of Mississippi $1 bills, issued in Macon, MS, dated May 1, 1864. Serial # 1619/ pp L; Serial # 9590/ pp B; Serial # 9591/ pp C. Signed by A. J. Gillespie, State Auditor of Mississippi from 1862 to 1865. 28th item: One (1) CSA J. A. Benjamin $1 bill, issued in New Orleans, LA, dated January 20, 1862. Serial # 162B/ pp A. Signed by J. A. Benjamin. 29th item: One (1) CSA A. de Monasterio $1 bill, issued in New Orleans, LA, dated 1862. Serial # 902. No signatures present. 30th item: One (1) CSA bill, issued by Claiborne County, MS, dated June 5, 1862. Serial # 1179. Signed by the county treasurer with "attest" signature. 31st item: One (1) CSA Barney's Trice 10 cent fractional note, issued in Verona, MS, dated June 10, 1862. Illegible signature. 32nd item: One (1) CSA W. Hoyer and Company 50 cent fractional note, issued in New Orleans, LA, dated March 1, 1862. Illegible serial number and signatures. CONDITION: Overall good condition with tears, areas of loss, fading, etc. to be expected from age and manner of use. 1st item: 1 1/4" stain with mylar residue, lower left of bill. 13th-19th items: 3" x 2 light blue paper backing to $1 bill serial # 49891. 29th item: Signatures torn away, lower section of de Monasterio bill. 30th item: Claiborne County bill backed by fragment of unspecified June 1861 almanac. 31st item: 1/2" x 1/2" tear obscuring signature. [See more photos →]

$3,360.00
Lot 729: 1895 Liberty $20 Gold Coin, Mounted 1895 Liberty $20 Gold Coin, Mounted Lot 729: 1895 Liberty $20 Gold Coin, Mounted

1895 $20 Liberty Head Double Eagle gold coin, regular strike, .90 fineness, reeded edge, designer James Barton Longacre, 34 mm, mounted in a 14K rope style jacket with a 14K link style chain. Coin: 33.4 grams, 68.7 total grams. CONDITION: Coin shows almost uncirculated details, but it has been cleaned [See more photos →]

$3,120.00
Lot 814: 24 About UNC Confederate 1861 $10 Bills 24 About UNC Confederate 1861 $10 Bills Lot 814: 24 About UNC Confederate 1861 $10 Bills

Twenty-four (24) Confederate States of America (CSA) $10 September 2, 1861 Bills, Series 2, including sequential serial numbers. Issued in Richmond, VA, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the painting General Marion Inviting a British Officer to Share His Meal by John Blake White, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Senator, lower left, vignette of the goddess Minerva, right. Serial Number 89275/ pp 8, sequential Serial Numbers 89279, 89280, 89281, 89282/ pp 8, sequential 89285, 89286/ pp 8, sequential 89288, 89289/ pp 8, sequential 89291, 89292, 89293, 89294, 89295, 89296/ pp 8, 80327/ pp 2, Serial Number 80330/ pp 2, 80333/ pp 2, 80335/ pp 2, sequential 88365, 80366/ pp 2, 80368/ pp 2, sequential 80370, 80371/ pp 2. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. All bills approximately 3 1/4" H x 7 1/8" W. Mid 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: About Uncirculated condition. One "For Treasurer" signature is not present. [See more photos →]

$2,688.00
Lot 802: 17 BU Rolls of Franklin Half Dollars 17 BU Rolls of Franklin Half Dollars Lot 802: 17 BU Rolls of Franklin Half Dollars

17 Brilliant Uncirculated rolls of Franklin Silver Half Dollars, minted 1948-1963. Approximately 122.98 total troy ounces. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Brilliant Uncirculated condition. [See more photos →]

$2,520.00
Lot 757: 1850 $20 Gold piece, Mounted, plus 1851 $1 Liberty Head 1850 $20 Gold piece, Mounted, plus 1851 $1 Liberty Head Lot 757: 1850 $20 Gold piece, Mounted, plus 1851 $1 Liberty Head

One (1) 1850 $20 Gold Liberty coin, mounted in a 14K yellow gold bezel, and one (1) 1851 $1 Liberty Head gold dollar coin, 3 items total. 1st item: 1850 $20 Gold Liberty coin set in a 14K yellow gold bezel with a 24" L gold filled necklace. The bezel tests 14K and the bezel plus coin weighs 41.75 grams. The necklace is marked "1/20 12K" and weighs 11.1 grams. 2nd item: 1851 $1 Liberty Head gold dollar coin, New Orleans mint, designed byJames Barton Longacre (Pennsylvania,1794-1869).Depicts the head of Liberty, obverse,laurel wreath tied with a ribbon, reverse. Reeded edge. 13mm, .900 purity,1.70 grams. 43.45 total gold grams. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: Both coins are in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$2,304.00
Lot 818: 39 TN Bank Notes & US Bills 39 TN Bank Notes & US Bills Lot 818: 39 TN Bank Notes & US Bills

Thirty-nine (39) Tennessee Bank Notes and US Bills. 1st item: One (1) Shelby County, Tennessee $5 bill, Series 3, 1873, Henry Seibert & Bros, New York, NY. Agricultural vignettes, lower left and right. Bill "certifies Shelby County is indebted to Selma, Marion, and Memphis Rail Road, or bearer, the sum of Five Dollars for Stock Subscription in said Road". Serial Number 1885. Chairman of the County Court signature. 2nd item: One (1) Bank of Chattanooga, Tennessee $5 bill, issued in Chattanooga, TN, June 20, 18_8, printed by Danforth, Wright, and Co., New York, NY, Philadelphia, PA. Vignette of Commerce, lower left, allegorical female figures, top and lower center, lower right. Serial Number 8142/ pp B. Cashier/President signatures. 3rd item: One (1) Bank of Chattanooga, Tennessee $3 bill, issued in Chattanooga, TN, January 4, 1863. Vignette of slaves picking cotton, lower right. Serial Number [blank]/ pp A. Cashier/President signatures. 4th item: One (1) The Exchange Bank of Tennessee $1 bill, issued in Murfreesboro, TN, January 1856, printed by Danforth, Wright, and Co., New York, NY, Philadelphia, PA. Vignette of the Tennessee State Capitol Building, top center, vignette of an American eagle on a shield, lower left, portrait, lower right. Serial Number 8215/ pp A. Cashier/President signatures. 5th-6th items: Two (2) Bank of Chattanooga, Tennessee $1 bill, issued in Chattanooga, TN, August 28, 1861, printed by Jules Manouvrier, New Orleans, LA. Serial Number 5511/ pp A, 8349/ pp B. Cashier/President signatures. 7th item: One (1) Bank of Chattanooga, Tennessee $1 note, issued in Chattanooga, TN, January 4, 1863, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Vignette of a train, top center, vignette of a blacksmith, lower right. Serial Number [blank]/ pp B. Cashier/President signatures. 8th item: One (1) $1 promissory note, issued in Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee, January 14, 1863. Vignette of a young woman, left. Note reads "Good for One Dollar. Redeemable in Confederate Treasury Notes when the sum of Five Dollars is presented". Serial Number 182. Signed, lower right. 9th item: One (1) 50 cents promissory note, issued in Elkton, Tennessee, December 1862. Note reads "Good for Fifty Cents, in Confederate Treasury when the sum of Five Dollars is presented". Serial Number 135. Signed, lower right. 10th item: One (1) 50 cents promissory note, issued in Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee, April 2, 1863. Note reads " On Demand, I will pay Fifty Cents to Bearer when presented in sums of Five Dollars or upwards". Serial Number 106. Signed, lower right. 11th item: 1899 US $2 "Mini-Porthole" Blue Seal Silver Certificate, depicting the portrait of George Washington, center, flanked by male and female figures representing Mechanics and Agriculture. Engraved by George Frederick Cumming Smillie (District of Columbia, 1854-1924). Serial Number N38474157/ pp A. FR # 255. Teehee/Burke signatures. 12th item: 1917 US $1 "Sawhorse" legal tender note, depicting the portrait of George Washington, center, with a vignette of Christopher Columbus sighting land thus "discovering America", designed by Joseph P. Ourdan (District of Columbia, 1828-1881), left, obverse. The "sawhorse reverse", reverse. Serial Number A98495058A/ pp B. FR # 36. Teehee/Burke signatures. 13th item: $1 "Flying Eagle" bank note dated 1918 from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia, depicting the portrait of George Washington, obverse. Vignette of an eagle holding the American flag, reverse. Serial Number F4356977A/ pp E. FR # 723. Teehee/Burke/Pike/McCord signatures. 14th-15th items: Two (2) 1923 US $1 "Horse Blanket/Cogwheel" silver certificates, depicting the portrait of George Washington, obverse. The "cogwheel reverse", reverse. Serial Number Z90576016B/ PP D, A88002298D/ pp F. FR # 237. Speelman/White signatures. Blue seal. 16th-37th items: Twenty-one (21) 1953 A-C and 1963 US $2 legal tender note, depicting the portrait of Thomas Jefferson, obverse. Vignette of Monticello, Albemarle County, Virginia, reverse. Series 1953: Serial Number A28362467A/ pp O, 1 note total. FR # 1509. Priest/Humphrey signatures. Series 1953 A: Serial Number A53849066A/ pp K, A55963969A/ pp I, A56282108A/ pp G, A58223992A/ pp N, A59707735A/ pp P, A62145230A/ pp L, A62413836A/ pp G, A62412799A/ pp G, A62864942A/ pp L, 9 notes total. FR # 1510. Priest/Anderson signatures. Series 1953 B: Serial Number (star)03155511A/ pp N, A63429032A/ pp D, A0191190A/ pp R, A70249523A/ pp C, 4 notes total. FR # 1511 and 1511(star). Smith/Dillon signatures. Series 1953 C: Serial Number A79814804/ pp M, 1 note total. FR # 1512. Granahan/Dillon signatures. Series 1963: Serial Number A01504079A/ pp D, A01507232A/ pp D, A04167652A/ pp A, A07360802A/ pp A, A09487717A/ pp C, A14583414A/ pp B, 6 notes total. FR # 1513. Granahan/Dillon signatures. Red seals. 38th item: 1874 Twenty-Five Cents Fractional Currency note, depicting the portrait of Robert J. Walker, former Secretary of the Treasury. FR # 1309. Fifth Issue. Allison/Spinner signatures. 39th item: 1874 Ten Cents Fractional Currency notes, depicting the portrait of William M. Meredith, former Secretary of the Treasury. FR # 1264. Fifth Issue. Allison/Spinner signatures. Bills range in size from 1 3/4" H x 4 1/2" W to 3 1/4" H x 7 3/8" W. Mid 19th/mid 20th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: All bills in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$2,280.00
Lot 1062: 186 US Coin Items, incl. 92 90% Silver Coins 186 US Coin Items, incl. 92 90% Silver Coins Lot 1062: 186 US Coin Items, incl. 92 90% Silver Coins

One hundred and eighty-six (186) United States coins, including ninety-two (92) 90% silver Peace, Morgan, Seated Liberty, Franklin, and other collectible coins. 1st-26th items: Twenty-six (26) 90% Peace Dollars, twelve (12) 1922 (six (6) D and one (1) S), seven (7) 1923 (two (2) S), four (4) 1924 (one (1) S), one (1) 1925, one (1) 1926-S, and one (1) 1934-D. Fifteen (15) cardboard coin holders and two (2) housed in round plastic slabs. 27th-49th items: Twenty-three (23) 90% Morgan Dollars with three (3) Uncirculated New Orleans mint (one (1) 1883, one (1) 1884, and one (1) 1885), including one (1) 1880-S, one (1) 1882-S, two (2) 1883-O, one (1) 1884-O, one (1) 1885-O, one (1) 1886, one (1) 1888-O, one (1) 1889, one (1) 1890, two (2) 1891-O, two (2) 1896, two (2) 1900-O, one (1) 1901-O, one (1) 1903, and five (5) 1921 (two (2) S and one (1) D). Three (3) housed in a fitted red velvet hinge case, four (4) housed in round plastic slabs, seven (7) housed in cardboard coin holders. 50th-54th items: Five (5) 90% Seated Liberty Half Dollars, including one (1) 1841, one (1) 1843-O, one (1) 1847-O, and two (2) 1854-O. All housed in cardboard coin holder. 55th-58th items: Four (4) 90% Columbian Exposition Half Dollar, including one (1) 1892 and three (3) 1893. All housed in cardboard coin holders. 59th items: 90% 1900 Barber Half Dollar. Housed in a round plastic slab. 60th item: 90% 1943 Walking Liberty Half Dollar. 61st-64th items: Four (4) 90% Franklin Half Dollars, including one (1) 1950, one (1) 1958, one (1) 1960, and one (1) 1961. 65th item: 20th Century U.S. Silver Dollars proof set containing five (5) silver dollars, including one (1) 1921 90% Morgan Dollar, one (1) 1923 90% Peace Dollar, one (1) 1993 90% American Silver Eagle, one (1) 1971 40% Eisenhower Dollar, and one (1) 1979 Susan B. Anthony Dollar. All housed in a rectangular plastic slab. Includes a certificate of authenticity. Sealed in a plastic sleeve. Slab – 3/4" H x 8 5/8" W x 4 1/8" D. 66th item: 90% 1925 Stone Mountain Half Dollar. Housed in a cardboard coin holder. 67th-68th items: Two (2) 90% Standing Liberty Quarters, illegible dates. Housed in cardboard coin holders. 69th item: 90% 1909 Barber Quarter. Housed in a cardboard holder. 70th item: 89% 1823 Large "E" Capped Bust Dime. Housed in a cardboard coin holder. 71st-72nd items: Two (2) 90% Seated Liberty Dimes, including one (1) 1843 and one (1) 1853. Housed in cardboard coin holders. 73rd-74th items: Two (2) 90% Barber Dimes, including one (1) 1892O and one (1) 1904. All housed in cardboard coin holders. 75th-77th items: Three (3) 90% Mercury Dimes, including one (1) 1942, one (1) 1943, and one (1) 1945. All housed in cardboard coin holders. 78th-82nd items: Five (5) 90% Roosevelt Dimes, including one (1) 1948, one (1) 1950, one (1) 1962, and two (2) 1964. All housed in cardboard coin holders. 83rd-90th items: Eight (8) 90% Seated Liberty Half Dimes, including two (2) 1838, one (1) 1852, one (1) 1853, one (1) 1856, two (2) 1857, and one (1) 1858. Two housed in cardboard coin holders. 91st item: 1836 89% Large "5C" Capped Bust Half Dime. 92nd-117th items: Twenty-five (25) 40% Kennedy Half Dollars,including two (2) 1964, two (2) 1965, five (5) 1966, six (6) 1967, and ten (10) 1968-D, and one (1) 1971. All housed in cardboard coin holders. 118th item: 40% 1971-D Eisenhower Dollar. Housed in a cardboard coin holder. 119th-121st items: Three (3) Liberty Head "V" Nickels, including one (1) 1891, one (1) 1906, and one (1) 1912. All housed in cardboard coin holders. 122nd-124th items: Three (3) Buffalo Nickels, including one (1) 1913, one (1) 1934, and one (1) 1936. All housed in cardboard coin holders. 125th item: 1867 Liberty Head Three-Cent Nickel. Housed in a cardboard coin holder. 126th-129th items: Four (4) Three-Cent Pieces, including one (1) 1851, one (1) 1853, one (1) 1858, and one (1) illegible date. Three housed in cardboard coin holders. 130th-132nd items: Three (3) Coronet Head Large Cents, including one (1) 1830, one (1) 1837, and one (1) 1838. 133rd-134th items: Two (2) 1857 Flying Eagle Pennies. Housed in a cardboard coin holders. 135th-147th items: Twelve (12) Lincoln Pennies, including one (1) "VDB" 1909, one (1) 1910, one (1) 1920, three (3) 1929, one (1) 1955-D, one (1) 1959-D, one (1) 1964, two (2) 2009, and one (1) 2014. Nine housed in cardboard coin holders. 148th item: 1893 World's Columbian Exposition Chicago, Treasury Department, United States Mint Exhibit token. Housed in a cardboard coin holder. 149th item: 1847 Zachary Taylor Campaign Medal. Housed in a cardboard coin holder. 150th-155th items: Six (6) West Virginia coal company coins, including three (3) New River Company coins, (two (2) five cents and one (1) 10 cents), one (1) Winding Gulf Coals, Inc. ten cents coin, one (1) Kingston Pocahontas Coal Company five cents coin, and one (1) Chilton Bock Coal Company one cent coin. All housed in cardboard coin holders. 156th item: 1971-D Kennedy Half Dollar. Housed in a cardboard coin holder. 157th-182nd items: Twenty-five (25) Washington Quarter Proofs, including one (1) 1955, one (1) 1956, one (1) 1957, one (1) 1958, one (1) 1959, one (1) 1960, one (1) 1961, one (1) 1962, one (1) 1963, one (1) 1964, one (1) 1968-S, one (1) 1969-S, one (1) 1970-S, one (1) 1971-S, one (1) 1972-S, one (1) 1973-S, one (1) 1974-S, one (1) 1975-S, one (1) 1976-S, one (1) 1977-S, one (1) 1978-S, one (1) 1979-S, one (1) 1980-S, one (1) 1981-S, and one (1) 1982-S. All housed in cardboard coin holders. 183rd-186th items: Four (4) Jefferson Nickels, including one (1) 1958, one (1) 1964-D, one (1) 1969 Proof, and one (1) 2014-S. Three housed in cardboard coin holders. Combined weight, 90% silver – approximately 53.66 troy ounces, combined weight, 89% silver – approximately .13 troy ounces, combined weight, 40% silver – approximately 9.294 troy ounces. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: Most coins in circulated condition unless specified in description. 27th-49th items: Three (3) New Orleans mint coins with toning. 70th item: Drill hole at top. 126th-129th items: 1851 and illegible date coins with drill holes. [See more photos →]

$2,176.00
Lot 732: 1922 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin, Mounted 1922 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin, Mounted Lot 732: 1922 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin, Mounted

1922 $20 Saint-Gaudens double eagle gold coin, Philadelphia Mint, designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens (New York/New Hampshire/Massachusetts/France, 1848-1907), 1/20th gold filled screw bezel pendant mounting, marked. Depicts Liberty holding a torch and olive branch, backed by the rays of the sun, the U.S. Capitol visible; 46 stars circle design, obverse, an eagle in flight, backed by rays from the sun, reverse. Edge lettered "E PLURIBUS UNUM". 38.1mm, .900 purity, 33.43 grams. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Coin has uncirculated details, but has been polished (hairlines present). [See more photos →]

$2,040.00
Lot 733: 1915 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin 1915 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin Lot 733: 1915 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin

1915 $20 Saint-Gaudens double eagle gold coin, Philadelphia mint, designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens (New York/New Hampshire/Massachusetts/France, 1848-1907). Depicts Liberty holding a torch and olive branch, backed by the rays of the sun, the U.S. Capitol visible; 46 stars circle design, obverse, an eagle in flight, backed by rays from the sun, reverse. Edge lettered "E PLURIBUS UNUM". 34.1mm, .900 purity, 33.43 grams. CONDITION: About Uncirculated/Almost Uncirculated condition. [See more photos →]

$2,040.00
Lot 418: 13 Rolls of Unc. Half Dollars and Quarters 13 Rolls of Unc. Half Dollars and Quarters Lot 418: 13 Rolls of Unc. Half Dollars and Quarters

13 Uncirculated rolls United States Coins, including Franklin Half Dollars, Washington Quarters, Kennedy Half Dollars. 1st item: 1 roll of Franklin Half Dollars, minted 1962. Approximately 7.23 total troy ounces. 2nd-8th items: 7 rolls of Washington Quarters, minted 1963. Approximately 50.64 total troy ounces. 9th-12th items: 4 rolls of Kennedy Half Dollars, minted 1964. Approximately 28.94 total troy ounces. 13th item: 1 rolls of Kennedy Half Dollars, minted 1965. Approximately 2.96 total troy ounces. Total weight for coins pre 1964 – 86.81 oz troy. Provenance: The Estate of Mrs. Frank Wood, Evansville, Indiana and Dickson, Tennessee. CONDITION: Uncirculated condition. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
Lot 756: 1897 $20 Liberty Head Double Eagle 1897 $20 Liberty Head Double Eagle Lot 756: 1897 $20 Liberty Head Double Eagle

1897 $20 Liberty Head Double Eagle or Coronet double eagle gold coin, San Francisco mint, designed by James Barton Longacre (Pennsylvania, 1794-1869). Head of Liberty wearing a coronet, inscribed "Liberty", surrounded by thirteen stars, representative of the original states, and the year of issue, obverse. A heraldic eagle, holding a double ribbon inscribed "E Pluribus Unum" and an olive branch and arrows with thirteen stars, arranged as a halo, together with an arc of rays surrounding the motto "In God We Trust", with "United States of America" and "Twenty Dollars" above and below, reverse. Reeded edge. 34mm, .900 purity, 33.436 grams. CONDITION: Extremely Fine/About Uncirculated. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
Lot 758: 1984 22K Gold South African Krugerrand 1984 22K Gold South African Krugerrand Lot 758: 1984 22K Gold South African Krugerrand

198422K 1 Ounce Gold South African Krugerrand, designed by Otto Schultz (German, 19th Century) andCoert Steynberg (South African, 1905-1982). Profile of Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger known as Oom Paul [Uncle Paul], South Africa's first and only president, obverse. Image of the national animal of South Africa, a Springbok antelope, reverse. Reeded edge.32.77 mm, .9167 purity, 33.93 grams. Housed in a black velvet coin box. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: Uncirculated condition. [See more photos →]

$1,792.00
Lot 760: 1924 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin, Mounted 1924 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin, Mounted Lot 760: 1924 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin, Mounted

1924 $20 Saint-Gaudens double eagle gold coin, designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens (New York/New Hampshire/Massachusetts/France, 1848-1907), 14k gold rope bezel pendant mounting. Depicts Liberty holding a torch and olive branch, backed by the rays of the sun, the U.S. Capitol visible; 46 stars circle design, obverse, an eagle in flight, backed by rays from the sun, reverse. Edge lettered "E PLURIBUS UNUM". No mink mark. 34.1mm, .900 purity, 33.43 grams. 43.10 grams total weight. Provenance: The Living Estate of Elizabeth Johnston Davidson Frierson, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: Overall good condition. See photos. [See more photos →]

$1,560.00
Lot 805: 2 US Gold Coins, incl. 1836 $2.50, 1854 $5 2 US Gold Coins, incl. 1836 $2.50, 1854 $5 Lot 805: 2 US Gold Coins, incl. 1836 $2.50, 1854 $5

Two (2) United States Gold Coins, including 1836, 1854. 1st item: 1836 $2.50 Classic Head coin, designed by William Kneass. Depicts the head of Liberty, obverse, an eagle with outstretched wings with a shield on its chest as it clutches an olive branch and a cluster of arrows, reverse, reeded edge. 18.2mm, 0.8990 fineness, 4.18 grams. 2nd item: 1854 $5 Liberty Head gold coin, designed by Christian Gobrecht. Depicts the head of Liberty, obverse, an eagle with outstretched wings with a shield on its chest as it clutches an olive branch and a cluster of arrows, reverse, reeded edge. 21.6mm, 0.900 fineness, 8.36 grams. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Both coins in uncirculated condition. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
Lot 759: 1927 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin 1927 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin Lot 759: 1927 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin

1927 $20 Saint-Gaudens double eagle gold coin, designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens (New York/New Hampshire/Massachusetts/France, 1848-1907). Depicts Liberty holding a torch and olive branch, backed by the rays of the sun, the U.S. Capitol visible; 46 stars circle design, obverse, an eagle in flight, backed by rays from the sun, reverse. Edge lettered "E PLURIBUS UNUM". No mink mark. 34.1mm, .900 purity, 33.43 grams. Provenance: The Living Estate of Elizabeth Johnston Davidson Frierson, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: Overall good condition. See photos. [See more photos →]

$1,440.00
Lot 387: N.B. Forrest Signed Selma Marion Memphis Railroad $1000 Bond, 1869 N.B. Forrest Signed Selma Marion Memphis Railroad $1000 Bond, 1869 Lot 387: N.B. Forrest Signed Selma Marion Memphis Railroad $1000 Bond, 1869

Nathan Bedford Forrest (1821-1877) signed Selma Marion Memphis Railroad Company $1000 First Mortgage Eight Per Cent Bond, No. 746, endorsed by the State of Alabama, dated September 1, 1869. Lithographed by Henry Seibert & Brothers, New York. Vignette of a train in a landscape setting, top center, surrounded by a decorative green border. Thirty-three (33) coupons for $40 each remain. Secretary/President Nathan Bedford Forrest signatures. Governor of Alabama Robert B. Lindsay endorsement signature with President Nathan Bedford Forrest signature and additional writing, en verso. Float mounted and matted in a carved gilt wood frame with double sided glass. Bond – 20" H x 17" W. Framed – 30" H x 27 1/8" W. Note: Nathan Bedford Forrest was a Confederate Calvary leader who attained the rank of lieutenant general in the Confederate Army, and after the war was involved in various business enterprises, including this railroad. Forrest, an inveterate opponent of Reconstruction, used such ventures to rebuild his fortune after the Civil War. He was not as successful in railroad promoting as in war and, under his direction, the company went bankrupt. (adapted from https://www.gilderlehrman.org/collection/glc01593 and Wikipedia). CONDITION: Overall good condition with toning, tears, largest 3/8", to edges of bond. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
Lot 806: 403 Silver Washington Quarters, Loose & Unrolled 403 Silver Washington Quarters, Loose & Unrolled Lot 806: 403 Silver Washington Quarters, Loose & Unrolled

Four hundred and three (403) Silver Washington Quarters, loose and rolled. 1st-123rd items: One hundred and twenty-three (123) Washington Quarters, loose, including three (3) 1934, nine (9) 1935, five (5) 1936, five (5) 1937, one (1) 1938, four (4) 1939, three (3) 1940, seven (7) 1941, four (4) 1942, six (6) 1943, five (5) 1944, ten (10) 1945, three (3) 1946, one (1) 1947, four (4) 1948, one (1) 1950, five (5) 1951, four (4) 1952, six (6) 1953, three (3) 1954, four (4) 1956, four (4) 1957, four (4) 1958, three (3) 1959, one (1) 1960, six (6) 1961, six (6) 1962, one (1) 1963, four (4) 1963, and one (1) illegible/mistrike. 24.12 total troy ounces. 124th-163rd items: Roll of Forty-Three (43) Washington Quarters, including three (3) 1934, one (1) 1935, six (6) 1936, two (2) 1937, one (1) 1939, three (3) 1939, three (3) 1940, one (1) 1941, five (5) 1942, one (1) 1943, two (2) 1944, one (1) 1945, one (1) 1946, four (4) 1952, one (1) 1962, and eight (8) 1964. Approximately 8.43 total troy ounces. 164th-203rd items: Roll of Forty (40) Washington Quarters, including one (1) 1935, three (3) 1940, two (2) 1942, three (3) 1943, one (1) 1944, one (1) 1945, two (2) 1946, one (1) 1948, one (1) 1950, two (2) 1952, two (2) 1953, one (1) 1954, one (1) 1956, one (1) 1958, one (1) 1959, one (1) 1960, two (2) 1962, three (3) 1963, and eleven (11) 1964. Approximately 7.83 total troy ounces. 202nd-243rd items: Roll of Forty (40) Washington Quarters, including one (1) 1940, ten (10) 1941, two (2) 1942, one (1) 1943, three (3) 1944, one (1) 1948, one (1) 1950, one (1) 1952, one (1) 1960, three (3) 1962, four (4) 1963, and twelve (12) 1964. Approximately 7.83 total troy ounces. 244th-283rd items: Roll of Forty (40) Washington Quarters, including ten (10) 1942, five (5) 1943, six (6) 1944, four (4) 1945, six (6) 1946, two (2) 1948, two (2) 1949, two (2) 1950, and three (3) 1951. Approximately 7.83 total troy ounces. 284th-323rd items: Roll of Forty (40) Washington Quarters, including two (2) 1960, four (4) 1961, six (6) 1962, five (5) 1963, and twenty-three (23) 1964. Approximately 7.83 total troy ounces. 324th-403rd items: Two (2) Rolls containing approximately eighty (80) Washington Quarters, approximately 40 quarters each, approximately 15.66 total troy ounces. 79.53 total troy ounces for all coins. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st-123rd items: Circulated condition. 124th-323rd items: Dates are recorded according to information on wrappers, coins have not been examined outside of wrappers for date or condition. 324th-403rd items: Coins have not been examined outside of wrappers for date or condition. [See more photos →]

$1,152.00
Lot 1004: 2 U.S. $5 Gold Coins 2 U.S. $5 Gold Coins Lot 1004: 2 U.S. $5 Gold Coins

Two (2) United States Mint $5 Gold Coins: 1898 Liberty Head, 1912 Indian Head. 1st item: 1898 $5 Liberty Head gold coin, San Francisco Mint, designed by Christian Gobrecht (Pennsylvania, 1785-1844). Depicts the head of Liberty, obverse, an eagle with outstretched wings with a shield on its chest as it clutches an olive branch and a cluster of arrows, reverse. Reeded edge. Housed in a cardboard coin holder. 27mm, .900 purity, 16.72 grams. 2nd item: 1912 $5 Indian Head gold half eagle coin, likely Philadelphia Mint, designed by Bela Lyon Pratt (Connecticut/California, 1867-1917). Depicts a Native American wearing a war bonnet headdress surrounded by 13 stars, obverse, an eagle clutching a group of arrows, reverse. Reeded edge. Housed in a plastic coin envelope. 21.6mm, .900 purity, 8.36 grams. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Both coins are in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
Lot 763: 62 Southern Obsolete Notes, incl. Colonial, Civil War era 62 Southern Obsolete Notes, incl. Colonial, Civil War era Lot 763: 62 Southern Obsolete Notes, incl. Colonial, Civil War era

Sixty-two (62) Early Southern obsolete paper currencybills and fractional notes, including South Carolina Colonial $2 bill, 1817 Corporation of Jonesborough fractional remainder note, 1855 $50 Bank of theState of Georgia bill, Civil War era, and more. 1st item: 1776 $2 two dollar South Carolina Colonial Currency Bill. Issued on December 23, 1776. Printed by P. Timothy, Charlestown. Serial # 2097. J. McCall/W Green/Ed Lightwood/W Blake signatures. 2nd item: 1817 $12 1/2 twelve dollar and fifty cents Corporation of Jonesborough fractional remainder note, issued in Jonesborough, TN. No serial #. No signature. 3rd item: $50 fifty dollar Bank of theState of Georgia bill, issued in Savannah, GA, December 21, 1855. Serial # 161, Plate D. Ink stamps reading "PAID 25 PR. CT. GOLD" and "E" to surface.Cashier/President signatures. 4th item: $10 ten dollar City Bank, State of Georgia bill, issued in Augusta, GA, January 1, 1853. Serial # 2880, Plate A.Cashier/President signatures. 5th item: $5 five dollar Monticello Bank, State of Virginia bill, issued Charlottesville, VA, June 19, 1860. Serial# 487, Plate A.Cashier/President signatures. 6th item: $5 five dollar Bank of Commerce bill, issued in Fredericksburg, VA, February 1, 1854. Serial # 1718, Plate B.Cashier/President signatures. 7th item: $5 five dollar Bank of Charleston, State of Virginiabill, issued in Charleston, VA, July 9, 1851. Serial # 4909, Plate A.Cashier/President signatures. 8th-11th items: Four (4) $1 one dollar Virginia Treasury Notes, issued in Richmond, VA, includingone (1) May 15, 1862, Serial # 8039, Plate A; one (1) July 21, 1862, Serial # 77.455, Plate A; and two (2) October 21, 1862, Serial # 55677, Plate A and Serial # 82891, Plate A. All with "For Aud. Pub. Accts."/"For Treasurer" signatures. 12th item: $4 four dollar Bank of North Carolina bill, issued in Raleigh, NC, 1844. Serial # 611, Plate A. Cashier/President signatures. 13th item: $2 two dollar Merchant Planters Bank State of Georgia bill, issued in Savannah, GA, illegible date. Illegible serial #, Plate D.Cashier/President signatures. 14th item: $1 one dollar Bank of Charleston bill, issued in Charleston, VA, June 1, 1861. Serial # 2768, Plate B.Cashier/President signatures. 15th-16th items: Two (2) Central Bank of Virginia bills, issued in Staunton, VA, July 4, 1862, including one (1) $2 two dollarbill, Serial # 1186 and one (1) $1 one dollar bill, Serial # 5208. Both with Cashier/President signatures. 17th-18th items: Two (2) Bank of the Old Dominion, Stateof Virginia bills, issued in Pearisburg, VA, including one (1) $1 1/4 one dollar and twenty-five cents, May 1, 1862, no serial #, and one (1) $1 one dollar bill, February 1, 1862, Serial # 71. Both with "For the Cashier"/"For the President" signatures. 19th-34th items: Sixteen (16) Greenbrier County bills, issued in Lewisburg, VA, including one (1) $1 one dollar bill, November 1, 1862, Serial # 2308; four (4) seventy-five cents fractional notes, three (3) September 1, 1862, Serial # 475, 752, and 1821, and one (1) November 1, 1862, Serial # 1821; six (6) fifty centsfractional notes, two (2) September 1, 1862, Serial # 493 and 1277, and four (4) November 1, 1862, Serial # 349, 388, 861, and 911; and five (5) twenty-five cents fractional notes, two (2) September 1, 1862, Serial # 738 and 2572, and three (3) November 1, 1862, Serial # 173, 424, and 429. All with Clerk signatures. 35th-42nd items: Eight (8) State of North Carolina bills and fractional notes, issued in Raleigh, NC, including one (1) $2 two dollar bill, October 6, 1861, Serial # 7152, Plate D; one (1) $1 one dollar bill, September 1, 1862, Serial # 236, Plate C; one (1) seventy-five cents fractional note, January 1, 1865, Serial # 139, Plate E; two (2) fifty cents fractional notes, January 1, 1866, Serial # 1824, Plate D and Serial # 55699; one (1) twenty-five cents fractional note, January 1, 1864, Serial # 536, Plate P, ink stamp reading "25 Cts"; one (1) ten cents fractional notes, January 1, 1863, Serial # 296, Plate T; and one (1) five cents fractional note, January 1, 1863, Serial # 407, Plate L. All with "For Pub. Treas." signatures. 43rd-48th items: Six (6) currency bills and fractional notes, issued in Monroe County, Union, VA, including (1) $1 one dollarbill, January 1, 1863. Serial # 3839. Newspaperbacking en verso; two (2) seventy-five cents, one (1) June 16, 1862, Serial # 464 and one (1) January 1, 1863, Serial # 2541; two (2) fifty cents fractional notes, June 16, 1862. Serial # 1564 and 1872; and one (1) twenty cents fractional note, January1, 1863. Serial # 5144. All with Clerk signatures. 49th item: $1 one dollarFarmers Bank of Virginia bill, issued in Richmond, VA, December 10, 1861. Serial # 5716, Plate B. "For the Cashier"/"For the President" signatures. 50th item: $1 one dollar County of Blount bill, issued in Maryville, TN, December 16, 1862. Serial # 09, Plate B. Chairman signature. 51st item: Fifty cents Bank or Confederate Treasury fractional note,Eufaula, AL, April 15, 1862. Serial # 441, Plate B.Young, Woods & Gardner signature. 52nd item: Fifty cents Palace Mills fractional note, issued in Columbus, GA, December 26, 1861. President signature. 53rd item: Fifty cents fractional note, issued inBotetourtCounty, Fincastle, VA, July 5, 1862. Serial # 18566. Presiding Justice/Clerk signatures. 54th-55th items: Two (2) fractional currency notes, issued in Richmond, VA, April 14, 1862, including one (1) thirty cents note, Serial # 716768; and one (10) ten cents note, Serial # 138299. Both with"For the President" signatures. 56th-57th items: Two (2) fractional currency notes, issued in Augusta County, Staunton, VA, May 25, 1862, including one (1) twenty-five cents note, Serial # 24751; and one (1) fifteen cents note, Serial # 31270. Both with "By Order of Court" signatures/printed Presiding Judge signatures. 58th item: Twenty-five cents Union Bank of the State of Tennessee fractional note, issued in Nashville, TN, 1837. No serial #. No visible signature. Affixed to paper backing. 59th item: Twenty-five centsfractional note, issued in Montgomery County, Christiansburg, VA, June 1, 1862. Serial # is not present. Clerk signature. 60th item: Twenty-five cents State of Georgia fractional note, issued in Milledgeville, GA, January1, 1865. Serial # 31384, Plate C. "ForCompt. Genl."/"For Treasurer" signatures. 61st item: Twenty-five cents Merchants and Planters Bank fractional note, issued in Savannah, GA, March 1, 1863. Serial # 346.President signature. 62nd item: Fifteen cents fractional note, issued in Highland County, Monterey, VA, September 15, 1862. Serial # 2738. Treasurer signature/printed Presiding Justice signature. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: All in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
Lot 736: 1926 $2.50 U.S. Sesquicentennial Gold Coin, Philadelphia Mint 1926 $2.50 U.S. Sesquicentennial Gold Coin, Philadelphia Mint Lot 736: 1926 $2.50 U.S. Sesquicentennial Gold Coin, Philadelphia Mint

1926 $2.50 United States Sesquicentennial gold coin, Philadelphia mint, John Ray Sinnock (New Mexico, Philadelphia, 1888-1947). Depicts Lady Liberty, bearing a scroll representing the United States Declaration of Independence and a torch, obverse, Independence Hall, with a rising Sun behind it, reverse. Reeded edge. 18mm, .900 purity, 4.18 grams. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Extremely Fine condition. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
Lot 433: 481 American & International Coins 481 American & International Coins Lot 433: 481 American & International Coins

Four hundred and eighty-one (481) American and International coins, including one (1) Classic Head half cent, dated 1828. 1st-443rd items: Four hundred and forty-three (443) American and international coins. 1st-56th items: Fifty-six (56) various American coins. One (1) Classic Head half cent, dated 1828, one (1) Liberty Head large cent, dated 1837. Fifteen (15) Mercury dimes, including one (1) 1913, one (1) 1919, one (1) 1923, one (1) 1929, three (3) 1936, two (2) 1939, one (1) 1941, two (2) 1943, one (1) 1944, and two (2) 1945. Five (5) Franklin half dollars, including one (1) 1954, one (1) 1962, and three (3) 1963. Three (3) Walking Liberty half dollars, including one (1) dated 1941 and two (2) dated 1943. Five (5) Indian Head pennies, including one (1) 1865, one (1) 1880, one (1) 1881, one (1) 1900, and one (1) 1903. Six (6) Lincoln Wheat pennies, including one (1) 1940, one (1) 1943, three (3) 1944, one (1) 1945, one (1) 1946. Six (6) Washington quarters, including one (1) 1935, one (1) 1939, two (2) 1941, one (1) 1955, and one (1) 1959. Two (2) Three-cent nickels, including one (1) 1868, and one (1) 1871. Three (3) Buffalo/Indian Head nickels, including one (1) 1926, one (1)1927, and one (1) 1929. One (1) Shield nickel, dated 1867. One (1) Two-cent Union Shield, dated 1867, one (1) Liberty Head nickel, dated 1883, one (1) Barber quarter, dated 1898, and one off center penny. Also includes three (3) reproduction California gold coins, including a 1852 octagon coin, a 1853 1/4 dollar, and a 1855 1/2 octagon dollar. 57th-443rd items: Three hundred and eighty-seven (387) various coins from around the world, including the Persia, Syria, the U.S.S.R., Denmark, Poland, Venezuela, Republic of Formosa, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Laos, South Vietnam, Luxembourg, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Italy, Holland, France, England, Finland, Sierra Leone, Egypt, Tunisia, Greece, Turkey, Mexico, and more. All coins housed in cardboard coin holders in a three ring binder with plastic sleeves. Binder – 11 3/4" H x 12 1/2" W x 3 3/4" D. 444th-481st items: Thirty-eight (38) American and international coins, 1st-18th items: Eighteen (18) ancient Greek, Macedonian, Roman, Byzantine, and Persian coins, possibly replicas. 19th-21st items: Three (3) American coins, including one (1) 1809 Draped Bust 50 cent coin, one (1) undated Seated Liberty 1 oz troy coin, and one (1) 1926 Walking Liberty $1 coin in silver tone necklace bezel. 22nd-26th items: Five (5) Asian coins, including four (4) Japanese coins and one (1) Chinese coin. 27th-30th items: Four Spanish coins, including one (1) 1746 coin, one (1) 1810 coin, one (1) 1890 coin, and one (1) 1892 coin. 31st-33rd items: Three (3) French coins, including one (1) 1280 aiglenant or silver eagle coin, one (1) 1508-1544 Lorraine coin, and one (1) 1720 coin. 34th item: One (1) 1684 Great Britain 3 pence coin. 35th item: One (1) 1780 Austrian Maria Theresa Silver Thaler coin in silver tone necklace bezel. 36th item: One (1) 1779 Peruvian 1/2 real coin. 37th-38th items: Two (2) unidentified coins, one (1) 1794 bronze coin and one (1) undated silver coin. Most coins housed in cardboard or plastic coin holders, two housed in silver tone necklace bezels. CONDITION: 1st-443rd items: Coins in circulated condition. 444th-481st items: Coin in circulated condition. Older coins possibly replicas. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
Lot 815: 33 Mixed Confederate Bills, incl. $100, $50 33 Mixed Confederate Bills, incl. $100, $50 Lot 815: 33 Mixed Confederate Bills, incl. $100, $50

Group of Thirty-Three (33) Confederate States of America (CSA) Bills. 1st item: One (1) $100 bill, Series unspecified, issued in Richmond, VA, October 18, 1862, printed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, SC. Vignette of a milkmaid, lower left, vignette of a train with diffused steam, top center. Serial Number 62971/ pp A. 2nd item: One (1) $100 bill, Series unspecified, issued in Richmond, VA, December 1862, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Portrait of John C. Calhoun, American statesman and 7th Vice President of the United States, lower left, vignette of slaves working, top center, the female personification of the Confederacy, lower right. Serial Number [illegible]. 3rd item: One (1) $100 bill, Series 1, issued in Richmond, VA, February 17, 1864, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Vignette of Confederate soldiers, lower left, a portrait of Lucy Pickens, the "Queen of the Confederacy", top center, and a portrait of George W. Randolph, CSA General and Secretary of War, lower right. Serial Number 16840/ pp A. 4th item: One (1) $50 bill, Series unspecified, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1864, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Richmond, VA, Columbia, SC. Portrait of Jefferson Davis, President of the CSA, top center. Serial Number 80718/ pp A. 5th-6th items: Two (2) $20 bills, one (1) April 6, 1863, one (1) February 17, 1864, issued in Richmond, VA. Vignette of the Tennessee State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Alexander H. Stephens, Vice President of the CSA, lower right. 5th item: One (1) $20 April 6, 1863 bill, Series 2, lithographed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Serial Number 159119/ pp B. 6th item: One (1) $20 February 17, 1864 bill, Series 8. Serial Number 40760/ pp B. 7th item: One (1) $10 bill, Series 2, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the painting General Marion Inviting a British Officer to Share His Meal by John Blake White, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Senator, lower left, vignette of the goddess Minerva, right. Serial Number 80372/ pp 2. 8th-16th items: Nine (9) $10 bills, four (4) December 2, 1862, five (5) February 17th, 1864, issued in Richmond, VA. Vignette of a battle scene, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Confederate Senator, lower right. 8th-11th items: Four (4) $10 December 2, 1862 bills, Series 4 and unspecified, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC, Richmond, VA. 4th Series: Serial Number 34322/ pp H. Unspecified Series: Serial Numbers 26799/ pp A, 104844/ pp B, 46605/ pp F. 12th-16th items: Five (5) $10 February 17th, 1864 bills, Series 7-9, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. 7th Series: Serial Number 18646/ pp G. 8th Series: Serial Numbers 70186/ pp F, 90584/ pp F. 9th Series: Serial Number 38475/ pp E, 36871/ pp F. 17th item: One (1) $5 bill, Series 2, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, SC. Vignette of Commerce seated, top center, vignette of a sailor, lower left. Serial Number 225563/ pp A. 18th-24th items: Seven (7) $5 bills, six (6) December 2, 1862, one (1) February 17, 1864, issued in Richmond, VA. Vignette of the Virginia State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Christopher Gustavus Memminger, CSA Secretary of Treasury, lower right. December 2, 1862: 1st Series: Lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Serial Number 111661/ pp C, 41159/ pp F, 209[illegible]7/ pp G. 2nd Series: Engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. Serial numbers 157784/ pp C, 157254/ pp G. 3rd Series: Lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Serial Number 53634/ pp Fl. February 17, 1864: 3rd Series: Engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, lithographed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. Serial Number 72020/ pp D. 25th-26th items: Two (2) $2 bills, Series 2-3, issued in Richmond, VA, June 2, 1862, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Portrait of Judah P. Benjamin, CSA Cabinet Member, top left, vignette of the female personification of the Confederacy striking down the Union, top center. 2nd Series: Serial Number 50059/ pp 1. 3rd Series: Serial Number 11094/ pp 3. 27th-28th items: Two (2) $2 bills, Series 1, one (1) December 2, 1862, one (1) April 6, 1863, issued in Richmond, VA, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Portrait of Judah P. Benjamin, CSA Cabinet Member, center right. December 2, 1862: Serial Number 26312/ pp F, 1 bill total. April 6, 1863. Serial Number 16824/ pp G. 29th-31st items: Three (3) $1 bills, Series 1 and 3, issued in Richmond, VA, June 2, 1862, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the goddess Liberty, top left, vignette of a steamship at sea, top center, a portrait of Lucy Pickens, the "Queen of the Confederacy", lower right. 1st Series: Serial Numbers 55 47/ pp 8, [illegible]/ pp 5. 3rd Series: 58224/ pp 10. 32nd-33rd items: Two (2) $1 bills, Series 1, issued in Richmond, VA, April 6, 1863, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Portrait of Clement Claiborne Clay, CSA Senator. Serial Number 119035/ pp B, 110966/ pp E. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. All bills approximately 3 1/4" H x 7 1/8" W. Mid 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: All bills in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
Lot 813: Group of 37 Confederate 1864 $10 & $20 Bills Group of 37 Confederate 1864 $10 & $20 Bills Lot 813: Group of 37 Confederate 1864 $10 & $20 Bills

Thirty-seven (37) Confederate States of America (CSA) 1864 Bills, including twenty (20) $20 bills and seventeen (17) $10 bills. 1st-20th items: Twenty (20) $20 Bills, Series 2, 4-8, 10-11, and unspecified. Issued in Richmond, VA, February 17, 1864, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the Tennessee State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Alexander H. Stephens, Vice President of the CSA, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 2nd Series: Serial Number 38420/ pp A, 1 bill total. 4th Series: Serial Number 33836/ pp A; Serial Number 76034/ pp B; Serial Number 81682/ pp C; Serial Number 52029/ pp D, 4 bills total. 5th Series: Serial Number 38850/ pp C, 1 bill total. 6th Series: Serial Number 22747/ pp A; Serial Number 54671/ pp C, 2 bills total. 7th Series: Serial Number 65879/ pp B; Serial Number 61095/ pp C; Serial Number 81724/ pp C; Serial Number 82950/ pp D, 4 bills total. 8th Series: Serial Number 62760/ pp C, 1 bill total. 10th Series: Serial Number 6778/ pp B; Serial Number 29613/ pp C; Serial Number 31899/ pp C; Serial Number 87041/ pp D, 4 bills total. 11th Series: Serial Number 7817/ pp D; Serial Number 30358/ pp D, 2 bills total. Unspecified Series: Serial Number 12375/ pp C, 1 bill total. 21st-37th items: Seventeen (17) $10 Bills, Series 2-3, 6-10, and unspecified. Issued in Richmond, VA, February 17, 1864, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. Vignette of a battle scene, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Confederate Senator, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 2nd Series: Serial Number 28473/ pp C; Serial Number 1054/ pp G; Serial Number 52541/ pp G; Serial Number 92274/ pp H, 4 bills total. 3rd Series: Serial Number 3643/ pp C; Serial Number 27271/ pp H, 2 bills total. 6th Series: Serial Number 48706/ pp B; Serial Number 61409/ pp H, 2 items total. 7th Series: Serial Number 100813/ pp A, 1 bill total. 8th Series: Serial Number 35711/ pp E, 1 bill total. 9th Series: Serial Number 30079/ pp D; Serial Number 31443/ pp E; Serial Number 37317/ pp H, 3 bills total. 10th Series: Serial Number 27182/ pp D; Serial Number 43812/ pp E, 2 bills total. Unspecified Series: Serial Number 97409/ pp G; Serial Number 71205/ pp H, 2 bills. Bills approximately 3" H x 6 7/8" W. Mid 19th century. CONDITION: All bills in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
Lot 807: 577 Mercury & Roosevelt Silver Dimes 577 Mercury & Roosevelt Silver Dimes Lot 807: 577 Mercury & Roosevelt Silver Dimes

Five hundred and seventy-seven (577) Mercury and Roosevelt Silver Dimes. 1st-229th items: Two hundred and twenty-nine (229) Mercury Dimes, including seven (7) 1916, eight (8) 1917, four (4) 1918, four (4) 1919, three (3) 1920, one (1) 1921, six (6) 1923, eight (8) 1924, five (5) 1925, eleven (11) 1926, ten (10) 1927, five (5) 1928, eight (8) 1929, one (1) illegible circa 1920, one (1) 1931, three (3) 1934, thirteen (13) 1935, thirteen (13) 1936, thirteen (13) 1937, five (5) 1938, nineteen (19) 1939, eleven (11) 1940, seventeen (17) 1941, eleven (11) 1942, ten (10) 1943, eighteen (18) 1944, and fourteen (14) 1945. 17.59 total troy ounces. 230th-279th items: Roll of Fifty (50) Mercury Dimes, including one (1) 1936, two (2) 1942, two (2) 1945, two (2) 1946, two (2) 1947, one (1) 1951, two (2) 1952, two (2) 1953, one (1) 1954, one (1) 1956, three (3) 1957, one (1) 1960, four (4) 1961, five (5) 1962, three (3) 1963, and eighteen (18) 1964. Approximately 3.90 total troy ounces. 230th-527th items: Two hundred and forty-eight (248) Roosevelt Dimes, including eighteen (18) 1946, thirteen (13) 1947, nineteen (19) 1948, fifteen (15) 1949, ten (10) 1950, ten (10) 1951, six (6) 1952, eleven (11) 1953, eight (8) 1954, two (2) 1955, four (4) 1956, nine (9) 1957, three (3) 1958, four (4) 1959, seven (7) 1960, eight (8) 1961, six (6) 1962, six (6) 1963, and eighty-nine (89) 1964. 19.75 total troy ounces. 528th-577th items: Roll of Fifty (50) Franklin Dimes, including two (2) 1946, four (4) 1947, two (2) 1950, one (1) 1951, three (3) 1922, one (1) 1953, one (1) 1954, one (1) 1956, three (3) 1957, one (1) 1958, two (2) 1959, three (3) 1960, five (5) 1961, four (4) 1962, ten (10) 1963, and five (5) 1964. Approximately 4 total troy ounces, approximately 45.24 total troy ounces for all coins. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Majority of coins in circulated condition. 230th-279th items: Dates are recorded according to information on wrappers, appear to be in circulated condition. 528th-577th items: Dates are recorded according to information on wrappers, coins have not been examined outside of wrappers for date or condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
Lot 816: Group of 31 Confederate $5, $10, & $20 Bills Group of 31 Confederate $5, $10, & $20 Bills Lot 816: Group of 31 Confederate $5, $10, & $20 Bills

Thirty-one (31) Confederate States of America (CSA) Bills of various dates, including sequential serial numbers and pink necessity paper. 1st-4th items: Four (4) $20 bills, Series unspecified, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, printed by Hoyer and Ludwig, Richmond, VA. Vignette of a sailing ship, top center, vignette of a sailor, lower left. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. Serial Number 19864/ pp A, Serial Number 95440/ pp A, Serial Number 95444/ pp A, Serial number [blank]/ pp A. 5th item: One (1) $20 bill, Series 1, issued in Richmond, VA, December 2, 1862, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, printed by J. T. Paterson, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the Tennessee State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Alexander H. Stephens, Vice President of the CSA, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. Serial Number 77568/ pp F. 6th-7th items: Two (2) $10 bills, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, lithographed by J. T. Paterson, Columbia, SC. Vignette of Ceres and Commerce holding an urn, top left, vignette of a train, center right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. Serial Number 124542/ pp A, Serial Number [blank]/ pp A, 2 bills total. 8th-18th items: Eleven (11) $10 bills, issued in Richmond, VA, including ten (10) December 2, 1862, one (1) April 6, 1863. Vignette of the proposed South Carolina State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Confederate Senator, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 8th-17th items: Ten (10) $10 December 2, 1862 bills, Series 3-4, and unspecified, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Blanton Duncan and Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 3rd Series: Serial Number 29286/ pp B, Serial Number 205624/ pp C, printed on pink necessity paper, 2 bills total. 4th Series: Serial Number 44621/ pp B, 42724/ pp G, 2 bills total. Unspecified Series: Serial Number 35202/ pp B, Serial Number 38888/ pp E, Serial Number 86339/ pp E, Serial Number 5361/ pp H, Serial Number 34355/ pp H, Serial number 96437/ pp H, 6 bills total. 18th item: One (1) $10 April 6, 1863 bill, Series 1, lithographed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Serial Number 7768/ pp D. 19th-21st items: Three (3) $5 Bills, Series 2, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, SC. Vignette of Commerce seated, top center, vignette of a sailor, lower left. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. Sequential Serial Numbers 119256, 119257, 119258/ pp A. 22nd-27th items: Six (6) $5 bills, issued in Richmond, VA, December 2, 1862. Vignette of the Virginia State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Christopher Gustavus Memminger, CSA Secretary of Treasury, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 1st Series: Lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, SC, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Includes two (2) sets of sequential Serial Numbers 62.246, 62.247/ pp A, printed on pink necessity paper, Serial Numbers 1958, 1959/ pp B, 4 bills total. 2nd Series: Engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. Serial numbers 167782/ pp C, 156703/ pp E, 2 bills total. 28th-31st items: Four (4) $5 bills, Series 3-5, and unspecified, issued in Richmond, VA, February 17, 1864, lithographed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the Virginia State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Christopher Gustavus Memminger, CSA Secretary of Treasury, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 3rd Series: Serial Number 92056/ pp D, 1 bill total. Series 4: Serial Number 32240/ pp E, 1 bill total. 5th Series: Serial Number 83240/ pp H, 1 bill total. Unspecified Series: Serial Number 86171/ pp H, 1 bill total. Bills approximately 3" H x 6 7/8" W. Mid 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: All bills in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
Lot 817: Obsolete & Confederate Bills w/ Fullton Letter Obsolete & Confederate Bills w/ Fullton Letter Lot 817: Obsolete & Confederate Bills w/ Fullton Letter

Twenty-Four (24) Obsolete/Confederate States of America (CSA) bills, one (1) Overton Fullton ALS, 25 items total. 1st item: One (1) State of Georgia $10 bill, issued in Milledgeville, GA, February 1, 1863, engraved by Howell, Savannah, GA. Classical vignettes, left and right, Georgia State seal, top center. Serial Number 6785/ pp A. Auditor/Treasurer signatures. 2nd item: One (1) State of Mississippi $10 bill, July 1, 1862. Vignettes of a maiden and a youth, left and right, vignette of a train, top center. Serial Number 21107. For Compr. General/For Treasurer signatures. 3rd item: One (1) State of Georgia $4 bill, issued in Milledgeville, GA, January 1, 1864, engraved by Howell. Agricultural vignettes, left and right, vignette of a goddess, top center, Georgia state seal, lower center. Serial Number 14721/ pp A. For Compr. General/For Treasurer signatures. 4th item: One (1) State of Mississippi $3 bill, issued in Jackson, MS, April 1, 1862. Vignette of a ship, left, vignette of a maiden in a sailor's uniform, lower right, vignette of a train, top center, vignette of a dog, lower center. Serial Number 5861. Auditor/Treasurer signatures. 5th item: One (1) The Exchange Bank of Virginia $3 bill, issued in Richmond, VA, May 3, 1862. Classical vignette, left, Virginia state seal, top center. Serial Number 3591/ pp A. For Cashier/For President signatures. 6th item: One (1) State of North Carolina $2 bill, issued in Raleigh, NC, October 6, 1861, lithographed by F. W. Bornemann, Charleston, SC. Serial Number 1437/ pp D. For Public Treasurer signature. 7th item: One (1) The Bank of Washtenaw, Michigan $1 bill, issued in Ann Arbor, MI, May 9, 1835, engraved by Draper, Toppan, Longacre, and Company, Philadelphia, PA, New York, NY. Vignette of a Native American, left, vignette of an early train, right, classical vignette, top center, vignette of a dog, lower center. Serial Number 495/ pp A. Cashier/President Signatures. 8th-9th items: Two (2) State of North Carolina $1 bills, issued in Raleigh, NC, October 13-14, 1861. Classical vignette, left, image of a ship, center. Serial Number 88/ pp B, 10300/ pp B. For Public Treasurer signatures. 10th item: One (1) State of Mississippi $1 bill, Jackson, MS, May 1, 1862. Vignettes of a maiden and a youth, left and right, vignette of a train, top center. Serial Number 184599/ pp. Auditor/Treasurer signatures. 11th item: One (1) State of Georgia $1 bill, issued in Milledgeville, GA, January 1, 1863, engraved by Howell. Vignette of a train, top center. Serial Number 9815/ pp C. For Compr. General/For Treasurer signatures. 12th item: One (1) State of Georgia, Wills Valley Railroad Company $1 bill, April 1, 1872. Vignette of a train, left. President signature. 13th item: One (1) State of North Carolina 75 cents fractional note, issued in Raleigh, NC, January 1, 1863, engraved by J.T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of Industry with a beehive, top center. Serial Number 388/ pp M. For Public Treasurer signature. 14th-17th items: Four (4) State of North Carolina 50 fractional notes, three (3) September 1, 1862, one (1) January 1, 1863, issued in Raleigh, NC, engraved by J.T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of a sailing ship, top center. Three (3) September 1, 1862 bills. Serial Number 219, 277, 289. One (1) January 1, 1863 bills. Serial Number [blank]/ pp H. For Public Treasurer signatures. 18th-19th items: Two (2) State of Alabama 50 cents fractional note, issued in Montgomery, AL, January 1, 1863, engraved by J.T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of the map of Alabama on a tree, top center, portrait of Lucy Pickens, the "Queen of the Confederacy", lower right. Serial Number 17378/ pp F, 15495 pp K. John Gill Shorter, Governor facsimile signature. 20th item: One (1) State of Georgia 50 cents fractional note, issued in Milledgeville, GA, January 1, 1863, engraved by Howell. Vignette of three men, top center. Serial Number 39370/ pp D. For Compr. General/For Treasurer signatures. 21st item: One (1) Planters Bank, Pulaski, Tennessee 25 cents fractional note, issued in Nashville, TN, January 2, 1862, Dan Adams, Nashville, TN. Serial Number 1196. Cashier signature. 22nd item: One (1) State of Georgia, Wills Valley Railroad Company 25 cents fractional note, April 1, 1862. Vignette of a train, top center. President signature. 23rd item: One (1) State of North Carolina 25 cents fractional note, issued in Raleigh, NC, September 1, 1862, engraved by J.T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of a goddess, lower left. Serial Number 319/ pp D. For Public Treasurer signature. 24th item: One (1) Confederate States of America (CSA) Loan coupon, February 20, 1863. Coupon reads "The Confederate States of America Will pay to bearer Three 50/100 Dollars for Six Months Interest due July 1st 1864 on Bond No. 10628 for $1000". For Register of Treasury signature. Bills range in size from 1 5/8" H x 3 1/8" W to 3 1/8" H x 7 5/8" W. Early/mid 19th century. 25th item: ALS. One page handwritten letter. From Overton Fullton, Franklin, TN, to Mr. M.D. Sullivan, Pulaski, TN, April 14, 1925. Fullton references some obsolete bank notes that he is sending to Sullivan writing "In accordance with my promise I take pleasure in enclosing a few of the old bank notes I told you of last Saturday night–Trust you may find them interesting–use them as you see fit–Yours Truly– Overton Fullton". 10 1/8" H x 7 1/8" W. Early 20th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st-24th items: All bills in circulated condition. 25th item: Overall good condition with some insect damage, tears, to letter. Fullton signature in good condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
Lot 808: 304 Barber Silver Half Dollars, Quarters, & Dimes 304 Barber Silver Half Dollars, Quarters, & Dimes Lot 808: 304 Barber Silver Half Dollars, Quarters, & Dimes

Three hundred and four (304) Barber Silver Half Dollars, Quarters, and Dimes. 1st-52nd items: Fifty-two (52) Barber Half Dollars, including one (1) 1893, one (1) 1895, one (1) 1897, two (2) 1899, two (2) 1900, two (2) 1901, two (2) 1902, four (4) 1903, two (2) 1904, three (3) 1906, eight (8) 1907, ten (10) 1908, six (6) 1909, one (1) 1910, three (3) 1911, two (2) 1912, and two (2) 1915. 19.35 total troy ounces. 53rd-125th items: Seventy-three (73) Barber Quarters, including two (2) 1892, one (1) 1895, one (1) 1896, three (3) 1897, four (4) 1898, seven (7) 1899, one (1) 1900, seven (7) 1902, two (2) 1903, four (4) 1904, one (1) 1905, four (4) 1907, six (6) 1908, seven (7) 1909, three (3) 1911, one (1) 1912, one (1) 1913, nine (9) 1914, three (3) 1915, and five (5) 1916. 13.23 total troy ounces. 126th-304th items: One hundred seventy-nine (179) Barber Dimes, including one (1) 1893, one (1) 1897, two (2) 1898, four (4) 1899, two (2) 1900, two (2) 1901, nine (9) 1902, eight (8) 1903, four (4) 1904, two (2) 1905, eight (8) 1906, twelve (12) 1907, eight (8) 1908, seven (7) 1909, six (6) 1910, nineteen (19) 1911, twenty-four (24) 1912, eleven (11) 1913, twenty (20) 1914, nine (9) 1915, twelve (12) 1916, and eight (8) illegible, 12.93 total troy ounces. 45.51 total ounces troy for all coins. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$840.00
Lot 812: 17 CSA/Obsolete Bills, incl. McDonald BN signed 17 CSA/Obsolete Bills, incl. McDonald BN signed Lot 812: 17 CSA/Obsolete Bills, incl. McDonald BN signed

Seventeen (17) Confederate States of America (CSA) and Southern Obsolete banknotes, inc. McDonald Battalion signed. 1st item: One (1) $10 bill, signed by Robert J. Rhodes, 3rd (Forrest's Old) Cavalry Regiment, known as McDonald Battalion after the Battle of Shiloh, April 6-7, 1862. Issued in Richmond, VA, February 17, 1864, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. Vignette of a battle scene, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Confederate Senator, lower right. Serial Number 52954/ pp B. Blue crayon inscription reads "Robt_J Rhodes/Whiteville/McDonald Battalion Tenn/Forrest Old Reg_/Co_E" en verso. Note: 3rd (Forrest's Old) Cavalry Regiment was organized at Memphis, Tennessee, in October, 1861, as an eight-company battalion. In January, 1862, it was increased to regimental size. The history of this unit is very complex because over twenty companies from Tennessee, Kentucky, Texas, Mississippi, and Louisiana were attached to it at one time or another. After the Battle of Shiloh, four companies were transferred to the 4th (Russell's) Alabama Cavalry Regiment and thereafter it was called 18th or 26th Battalion, Balch's Battalion, and McDonald's Battalion. It fought at Fort Donelson and Shiloh, and during April, 1862, contained 463 effectives. The unit was attached to Forrest's, F.C. Armstrong's, and E.W. Rucker's Brigade, and served in the Army of Tennessee and the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. It confronted the Federals in Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky, and Alabama, and surrendered in May, 1865. The field officers were Colonels Nathan B. Forrest and David C. Kelley; Lieutenant Colonels P.T. Allin, Robert M. Balch, and Edward E. Porter; and Majors James C. Blanton, William H. Forrest, Charles McDonald, and Edwin A. Spotswood. (source: https://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-battle-units-detail.htm?battleUnitCode=CTN0003RC). 2nd item: One (1) $20 bill, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, printed by Blanton Duncan, Richmond, VA. Vignette of Industry behind the number "20" with Commerce and a beehive, top center, vignette of a goddess with an anchor and a palm tree, center right, portrait of Alexander Stephens, CSA Vice President, lower left. Serial Number 151151/ pp 7. 3rd item: One (1) $20 bill, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Portrait of Alexander Stephens, CSA Vice President before a decorative vignette, top center. Serial Number 5891/ pp Y. 4th item: One (1) partial Bank of Commerce, Savannah, GA, $20 bill, 1857. Vignette of cattle, lower left, vignette of a boating scene, lower center. Serial number not present/ pp B. Cashier signature. 5th-6th items: Two (2) $10 bills, Series 2, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the painting General Marion Inviting a British Officer to Share His Meal by John Blake White, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Senator, lower left, vignette of the goddess Minerva, right. Serial Number 106545/ pp 8, [blank]/ pp 8. 7th item: One (1) $10 bill, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1862, printed by Hoyer and Ludwig, Richmond, VA. Vignette of Ceres, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Confederate Senator, lower right. Serial Number 9257/ pp l. 8th item: One (1) $5 bill, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, SC. Vignette of Commerce seated, top center, vignette of a sailor, lower left. Serial Number 69657/ pp A. 9th item: One (1) partial Macon Savings Bank $5 bill, issued in Macon, GA, March 16, 1863, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Vignette of two allegorical female figures, top center, vignette of a sailing ship, lower right. Serial Number 6592/ pp A. Cashier signature. 10th-14th item: Five (5) State of North Carolina $1 bills with sequential serial numbers, issued in Raleigh, NC, January 1, 1863, printed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignettes of Shipping and Industry flanking the number "1", top center. Serial Number 92, 93, 94, 95, 96/ pp B. For Public Treasurer signatures. 15th-16th items: Two (2) State of North Carolina 50 cents fractional notes, issued in Raleigh, NC, January 1, 1863, printed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of a sailing ship, top center. Serial Number 238/ pp O, [blank]/ pp L. For Public Treasurer signatures. 17th item: One (1) State of Alabama 50 cents fractional note, issued in Montgomery, AL, January 1, 1863, engraved by J.T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of the map of Alabama on a tree, top center, portrait of Lucy Pickens, the "Queen of the Confederacy", lower right. Serial Number 1909/ pp K. John Gill Shorter, Governor facsimile signature. Majority of bills with For Register/For Treasurer signatures unless specified. Bills range in size from 2 1/2" H x 5" W to 3 1/4" H x 7 1/2" W. Mid 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: All bills in circulated condition. 4th item: Lower center to top right of bill is not present, including serial number and part of second signature. 9th item: Left side of bill with vignette is not present. [See more photos →]

$832.00
Lot 741: 4 GSA Morgan CC Silver Dollars, Uncirculated & Mixed 4 GSA Morgan CC Silver Dollars, Uncirculated & Mixed Lot 741: 4 GSA Morgan CC Silver Dollars, Uncirculated & Mixed

Three (3) Uncirculated and One (1) Mixed General Service Administration (GSA) Carson City Morgan Silver Dollars, 4 items total, including two (2) 1882, one (1) 1883, and one (1) 1884. Each coin includes documentation, three (3) with serial numbers: 78040076, 82454786, and 84003212. Each coin housed in a Carson City holder with fitted boxes. Holders – 5 1/2" H x 3 1/2" W x 1/2" D. Boxes – 6 5/8" H x 4 5/8" W x 5/8" D. Approximately 3.436 total troy ounces. Average grade of MS-63. CONDITION: Uncirculated and Mixed condition. One box top is no longer connected to the lower portion. [See more photos →]

$768.00
Lot 765: 10 PCGS Graded Morgan Silver Dollars, incl. MS63 10 PCGS Graded Morgan Silver Dollars, incl. MS63 Lot 765: 10 PCGS Graded Morgan Silver Dollars, incl. MS63

Ten (10) PCGS graded Morgan Silver Dollars, including five (5) MS63, five (5) Brilliant Uncirculated. 1st-5th items: Five (5) MS63 graded Morgan silver dollars, including one (1) 1878-S, one (1) 1883-O, one (1) 1896, one (1) 1901-O, and one (1) 1921. 6th-10th items: Five (5) Brilliant Uncirculated graded Morgan silver dollars, including one (1) 1881-S, one (1) 1885- O, one (1) 1896, one (1) 1900, and one (1) 1921. All coins housed in PCGS slabs. Approximately 8.594 total troy ounces. Total face value $10.00. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: PCGS graded MS63/Brilliant Uncirculated. [See more photos →]

$720.00
Lot 762: 28 Confederate Bills, incl. $50, $20, $10 28 Confederate Bills, incl. $50, $20, $10 Lot 762: 28 Confederate Bills, incl. $50, $20, $10

Twenty-eight (28) Confederate States of America (CSA) bills, issued in Richmond, VA, including $50, $20, $10, $5, $2, $1, and 50c notes, circa 1862-1864. Twenty-five (25) engraved by Keatinge and Ball, B. Duncan, Columbia, SC, three (3) unspecified. 1st item: $50 fifty dollar bill, Series unspecified, February 17, 1864. Serial # 3072. Plate A. 2nd item: $2 two dollar bill, Series 2, June 2, 1862. Serial # 7896. 3rd-4th items: Two (2) $20 twenty dollar bills, February 17, 1864. One (1) Series 4, Serial #82758, Plate D. One (1) Series Six, Serial # 65353, Plate D. 5th item: $10 ten dollar bill, Series 2, April 6, 1863. Serial # 22590, Plate D. Ink stamp reading “SEPT’R, 1863.” top right of bill. 6th-20th items: Fifteen (15) $10 ten dollar bills, February17, 1864. Series 1 (includes sequentialnumbers): Serial # 28600, Plate D; Serial # 94488, Plate C; Serial # 98801, Plate G; Serial # 98808, Plate G; Serial # 98809, Plate G; Serial # 98817, Plate G; Serial # 98819, Plate G; Serial # 98824, Plate G; Serial # 98831, Plate G; Serial # 98832, Plate G; Serial# 98840, Plate G; Serial # 98868, Plate G; Serial # 99527, Plate A; and Serial # 99548, Plate A; Unspecified Series: Serial # 108221, Plate D. 21st item: $5 five dollar bill, Series 4, February17, 1864. Serial # 40380, Plate C. 22nd item: $2 two dollar bill, Series 2, April 6, 1863. Serial # 31355, Plate F. 23rd-25th items: Three (3) $1 one dollar bills, one (1) April 6, 1863 and two (2) February 17, 1864. Series 2: Serial # 4734, Plate E; Unspecified Series: Serial # 81498, Plate A and Serial # 81901, Plate G. 26th-28th item: Three (3) fifty cents fractional notes, Series 1, April 6, 1863. Serial # 5245, Plate F, 50720, Plate A, and 99879, Plate I. Twenty-five (25) with “For Registrar”/”For Treasurer” signatures, three (3) withRegistrar/Treasurer signatures. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: All in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$704.00
Lot 1005: Three (3) GSA Morgan CC Dollars, Uncirculated Mixed Three (3) GSA Morgan CC Dollars, Uncirculated Mixed Lot 1005: Three (3) GSA Morgan CC Dollars, Uncirculated Mixed

Three (3) Uncirculated Mixed General Service Administration (GSA) Carson City Morgan Silver Dollars, including one (1) 1883 and two (2) 1884. Each coin includes documentation with serial numbers: 84175817, 83249181, and 84175832. Each coin housed in a Carson City holder with fitted boxes. Holders – 5 1/2" H x 3 1/2" W x 1/2" D. Boxes – 6 5/8" H x 4 5/8" W x 5/8" D. Approximately 2.578 total troy ounces. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Uncirculated Mixed condition. [See more photos →]

$660.00
Lot 1064: 8 Obsolete Currency Notes, incl. TN $1000 Bond 8 Obsolete Currency Notes, incl. TN $1000 Bond Lot 1064: 8 Obsolete Currency Notes, incl. TN $1000 Bond

Eight (8) Obsolete currency notes, including State of Tennessee bond signed by Governor William Gannaway "Parson" Brownlow (1805-1877), one (1) 1773 Pennsylvania colonial note, four (4) Southern bank notes, and two (2) Confederate States of America (CSA) notes. 1st item: 1868 United States of American State of Tennessee One Thousand Dollar bond note. Issued to Louisville and Nashville Railroad, January 1, 1868. Serial # 1777. Signed by Governor William G. Brownlow and Secretary of State A. J. Fletcher. Includes fifty-nine (59)intactcoupons.Encapsulated (not laminated) in a plastic archival sleeve. 24 7/8" H x 18" W. 2nd item: 1773 Pennsylvania Fifteen Shillings colonial note. Issued on October 1, 1773. Printed by Hall and Sellers, Philadelphia. Serial# 4132. Signed by Jonathan Mifflin, AlexanderTod, andJames Hartley.Encapsulated (not laminated) in a plastic archival sleeve. 3 3/4" H x 2 7/8" W. 3rd item: 1855 Tennessee Mechanics of BankMemphis Ten Dollarnote. Issued March 1, 1855. Printedby Danforth, Wright, and Company, New York, Philadelphia. Serial # 264. Signed by the bank president and cashier. Housed in a plastic archival sleeve. 3 1/8" H x 7 1/4" W. 4th item: 1861 New York WilliamsburgCity Bank Three Dollar note. Issued April 15, 1861. Printed by Toppan, Carpenter, Casilear, and Company, New York. Serial # 4708.Signed by the bank president and cashier.Encapsulated (not laminated) in a plastic archival sleeve. 3 1/8" H x 7 1/4" W. 5th item: 1861 Alexandria, Loudoun & Hampshire Railroad Company Twenty-Five Cents note. Issued on May 25, 1861. Printer unspecified. Serial # 122. Signed for the company.Encapsulated (not laminated) in a plastic archival sleeve. 2 3/4" H x 6 1/4" W. 6th item: 1861 Farmers Bank of Virginia Two Dollar note. Issued June 20, 1861.Printer unspecified. Serial # 341.Signed by the bank president and cashier.Encapsulated (not laminated) in a plastic archival sleeve. 3 1/4" H x 7" W. 7th item: 1864 Confederate States of America Twenty Dollar note. Issued February 17, 1864. Printed by Keating and Ball, Columbia. Serial # 11796, 11th Series.Signatures "for Registrar" and "for Treasurer". Encapsulated (not laminated) in a plastic archival sleeve. 3 1/4" H x 7 1/4" W. 8th item: 1864Confederate States of America Two Dollar note. Issued February 17, 1864. Engraved and printed by Keating and Ball, Columbia. Serial # 49948.Signatures "for Registrar" and "for Treasurer". Encapsulated (not laminated) in a plastic archival sleeve. 3 1/8" H x 7 1/4" W. All housed in a faux black leather and red canvas portfolio. Portfolio – 26" H x 20 3/4" W x 1/2" D. Third quarter 18th/third quarter 19th century. Provenance: the estate of Dr. Benjamin Caldwell, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: All items in circulated condition. Portfolio in worn condition. 1st item: Signatures in overall visible, clear condition. Tears, areas of separationto fold lines, largest 6 1/4" (does not affect signatures). [See more photos →]

$640.00
Lot 768: 20 American Notes, incl. Colonial, Silver Certs. 20 American Notes, incl. Colonial, Silver Certs. Lot 768: 20 American Notes, incl. Colonial, Silver Certs.

Twenty (20) American currency notes, including colonial, silver certificates, legal tender, and fractional currency. 1st item: 1775 $7 Seven Dollars Continental Colonial Currency Note.Issued on November 29, 1775. Printed by Hall and Sellers. No serial number. J. Watkins, Jr. signature.2nd item: 1779 Continental Currency $35 Thirty-Five Dollars Colonial Currency Note. Issued on January 14, 1779.Printed by Hall and Sellers. No serial number. George Bond signature. 3rd item: Series 1899 US $1 "Black Eagle" silver certificate, featuring a vignette of an eagle standing on the flag before the Capitol building, center, with the portraits of Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant, below, left and right, obverse. Engraved by George Frederick Cumming Smillie (District of Columbia, 1854-1924). Serial # H12963596. Plate Serial # D3009. FR # 236. Lyons/Treat signatures. Housed in a rectangular slab. Slab – 8 3/8" H x 4 1/4" W. 4th item: Series 1923 US $1 "Horse Blanket/Cogwheel" Blue Seal silver certificate, depicting the portrait of George Washington, obverse. The "cogwheel reverse", reverse. Serial # B64402122D. Plate Serial # B6525. FR # 237. Speelman/White signatures. 5th item: Series 1917 US $2 Red Seal Legal Tender, depicting the portrait of Thomas Jefferson, engraved by James Smillie (New York, 1807-1885), left, vignette of the Capitol Building, center, obverse. The "bracelet reverse", reverse. Serial # E23468063A. Plate Serial # C935. FR # 60. Speelman/White signatures. 6th item: July 17, 1862 Ten Cents Fractional Currency note, depicting the portrait of George Washington. FR # 1242. First Issue. No signatures. 7th-9th item: Three (3) July 17, 1862 Five Cents Fractional Currency notes, depicting the portrait of Thomas Jefferson. FR # 1230. First Issue. No signatures. 10th item: March 3, 1863 Ten Cents Fractional Currency note, depicting the portrait of George Washington. FR # 1244. Second Issue. No signatures. 11th-12th items: Two (2) March 3, 1863 Five Cents Fractional Currency note, depicting the portrait of George Washington. FR # 1232. Second Issue. No signatures. 13th item: March 3, 1863 "Spinner" Fifty Cents Fractional Currency note, depicting the portrait of Francis E. Spinner, Treasurer of the United States. FR # 1331. Third Issue. Colby/Spinner signatures. 14th item: March 3, 1863 Twenty-Five Cents Fractional Currency note, depicting the portrait of William P. Fessenden, former Secretary of the Treasury. FR # 1294. Third Issue. Colby/Spinner signatures. 15th item: March 3, 1863 Ten Cents Fractional Currency note, depicting the portrait of George Washington. FR # 1255. Third Issue. Colby/Spinner signatures. 16th item: March 3, 1863 Fifty Cents Fractional Currency note, depicting the portrait of Samuel Dexter, former Secretary of the Treasury. FR # 1379. Fourth Issue. Allison/Spinner signatures. 17th item: 1874 Twenty-Five Cents Fractional Currency note, depicting the portrait of Robert J. Walker, former Secretary of the Treasury. FR # 1309. Fifth Issue. Allison/Spinner signatures. 18th-19th items: Two (2) 1874 Ten Cents Fractional Currency notes, depicting the portrait of William M. Meredith, former Secretary of the Treasury. One (1) FR # 1266 and one (1) undetermined. Fifth Issue. Allison/Spinner signatures. 20th item: 1875 "Bob Hope" Fifty Cents Fractional Currency notes, depicting the portrait of William H. Crawford, Secretary of War. FR # 1380. Fifth Issue. Allison/New signatures. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: All items in circulated condition. 3rd item: Tape residue across 3 1/4" tear to left side of bill. [See more photos →]

$576.00
Lot 764: 3 Carson City Morgan Silver Dollars, Uncirculated 3 Carson City Morgan Silver Dollars, Uncirculated Lot 764: 3 Carson City Morgan Silver Dollars, Uncirculated

Three (3) Uncirculated General Service Administration (GSA) Carson City Morgan Silver Dollars, including one (1) 1883 and two (2) 1884. Two (2) coins include documentation with serial numbers: 82335400 and 84256164. Each coin housed in a Carson City holder, two (2) with fitted boxes. Holders – 5 1/2" H x 3 1/2" W x 1/2" D. Boxes – 6 5/8" H x 4 5/8" W x 5/8" D. Approximately 2.578 total troy ounces. Provenance: Estate of Anne Harrison Taylor & Joseph F. Taylor, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: Uncirculated condition. [See more photos →]

$576.00
Lot 419: 811 US/International Coins and More 811 US/International Coins and More Lot 419: 811 US/International Coins and More

Approximately eight hundred and eleven (811) United States and International coins, one (1) 1995 $2 US bill, and three (3) vintage fountain pens, 815 items total. Includes five (5) 1964 Kennedy Half Dollars. Approximately 2.53 total troy ounces; two (2) Seated Liberty Quarters, including one (1) 1853 with arrows and one (1) 1875; three (3) Standing Liberty Quarters, illegible dates. Approximately .54 total troy ounces; thirteen (13) Mercury Dimes, including three (3) 1918, one (1) 1928, one (1) 1929, one (1) 1935, one (1) 1937, two (2) 1941, two (2) 1942, and two (2) 1944. Approximately .87 total troy ounces; five (5) Half Dimes, one (1) 1853 with arrows, one (1) 1854 with arrows, one (1) 1836, one (1) 1839 with "A. Dough" stamp to obverse, and one (1) illegible with arrows; six (6) Three Cent Nickels, including one (1) 1865, one (1) 1866, one (1) 1867, one (1) 1868, one (1) 1870, and one (1) 1874; two (2) Kennedy Half Dollars, including one (1) 1969 and one (1) 1971. Approximately .30 total troy ounces; four (4) Barber Dimes, including one (1) 1902, one (1) 1906, and two (2) 1913. Approximately .29 total troy ounces; three (3) Seated Liberty dimes, including one (1) 1857 and two (2) 1876; one (1) 1857 Silver Three Cent; one (1) Barber Quarter, illegible date; one (1) 1753 German States Prussia 1/12 Thaler coin; seventy-three (73) Roosevelt Dimes, assorted years dated between 1950-2006. One (1) 1962 D coin with possible "Hot Lips" error; ten (10) Liberty Head Nickels, one (1) 1898, one (1) 1901, one (1) 1903, three (3) 1906, one (1) 1908, one (1) 1910, one (1) 1911, and one (1) 1912; three (3) Buffalo Nickels, including one (1) 1935 and two (2) illegible. 1867 Shield Five Cents; seven (7) 2000 P Sacagawea Dollars; seventy-eight (78) Washington Quarters, including one (1) 1934, one (1) 1936, four (4) 1942, two (2) 1945, one (1) 1947, one (1) 1952, one (1) 1953, two (2) 1965, two (2) 1966, four (4) 1967, two (2) 1972, one (1) 1973, four (4) 1974, eight (8) 1976 Bicentennial, two (2) 1977, one (1) 1978, two (2) 1979, one (1) 1981, two (2) 1982, five (5) 1985, two (2) 1986, one (1) 1987, two (2) 1988, one (1) 1991, one (1) 1992, two (2) 1993, one (1) 1994, five (5) 1995, five (5) 1996, four (4) 1997, and seven (7) 1998. 1934-1953 quarters: approximately 1.99 total troy ounces; one hundred and ninety-eight (198) Jefferson Nickels, assorted years dated between 1937-2001; two (2) 1979 D Susan B. Anthony Dollars; thirteen (13) Indian Head Pennies, assorted years dated between 1859-1905; six (6) Two Cent Pieces, including two (2) Civil War era 1865, two (2) 1866, one (1) 1867, and one (1) illegible; 1847 Liberty Head Large Cent; 1893 Columbian Exposition Commemorative Half Dollar; approximately two hundred and eight (208) Lincoln Pennies, assorted years dated between 1909-2003, including eleven (11) 1943 steel cents and one (1) flattened; 1972 New Zealand Elizabeth II seven coin proof set in case. 3 3/8" H x 5 5/8" W x 5/8" D; forty-three (43) international coins from France, England, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Spain, Greece, India, Cuba, Mexico, Canada, and more; four (4) undetermined coins; one hundred and twelve (112) assorted novelty tokens and souvenir coins; 1995 US $2 Federal Reserve note, depicting the portrait of Thomas Jefferson. Serial # F52266569A/ pp F. Withrow/Rubin signatures. Two (2) W.A. Sheaffer fountain pens, including one (1) with nib marked 14K. One (1) Eversharp Skyline fountain pen with 14K yellow filled gold cap. Provenance: The Estate of Mrs. Frank Wood, Evansville, Indiana and Dickson, Tennessee. CONDITION: Few coins in proof/uncirculated condition, majority of coins in circulated condition. Eversharp pen is broken. [See more photos →]

$570.00
Lot 742: 1878 GSA Morgan Carson City Dollar, Uncirculated 1878 GSA Morgan Carson City Dollar, Uncirculated Lot 742: 1878 GSA Morgan Carson City Dollar, Uncirculated

1878 Uncirculated General Service Administration (GSA) Carson City Morgan Silver Dollar. Includes documentation with serial number: 83133020. Housed in a Carson City holder with fitted box. Holder – 5 1/2" H x 3 1/2" W x 1/2" D. Box – 6 5/8" H x 4 5/8" W x 5/8" D. Approximately .859 total troy ounces. CONDITION: Uncirculated condition. [See more photos →]

$540.00
Lot 809: Collection of 2469 US Coins, incl. Silver Collection of 2469 US Coins, incl. Silver Lot 809: Collection of 2469 US Coins, incl. Silver

Approximately two thousand four hundred and sixty-nine (2469) US coins, including Morgan Dollars, Franklin Half Dollars, Columbia Exposition, and more. 1st-5th items: Five (5) Morgan Dollars, including one (1) 1879, one (1) 1885, one (1) 1896, one (1) 1921, and one (1) illegible. 4.06 total troy ounces. 6th-29th items: Twenty-four (24) Franklin Half Dollars, one (1) 1954 and twenty-three (23) 1963. 9.66 total troy ounces. 30th-32nd items: One (1) Columbian Exposition Half Dollar and two (2) elongated Columbian Exposition coins, all 1893. .66 total troy ounces. 33rd-61st items: Twenty-nine (29) Kennedy Half Dollars, including nine (9) 1964, seven (7) 1966, seven (7) 1967, four (4) 1968, and two (2) 1969. Approximately 11.04 total troy ounces. 62nd-269th items: Two hundred and eight (208) Jefferson Nickels, minted 1938-1964, including one (1) 1945 "War Nickel". 32.97 total troy ounces. 270th-309th items: Roll of Forty (40) Jefferson Nickels, including two (2) 1948, four (4) 1949, one (1) 1951, three (3) 1952, six (6) 1954, six (6) 1954, one (1) 1955, three (3) 1956, seven (7) 1957, six (6) 1958, and one (1) 1959. Approximately 6.36 total troy ounces. 310th-349th items: Roll of Forty (40) Jefferson Nickels, with six (6) "War Nickels", including one (1) 1938, two (2) 1939, thirteen (13) 1940, six (6) 1941, two (2) 1942, two (2) 1943, two (2) 1945, four (4) 1946, five (5) 1947, and three (3) 1948. Approximately 6.36 total troy ounces. 350th-549th items: Approximately two hundred (200) Jefferson Nickels, two (2) rolls labeled "pre 1960". Housed in five (5) rolls. Approximately 31.80 total troy ounces. 550th-584th items: Thirty-five (35) Buffalo Nickels, dates and mints ranging from 1917-D-1938-D. Housed in a blue Whitman Buffalo Nickel Collection 1913 to 1938, No. 9008 folder. Approximately 5.60 total troy ounces. 585th-636th items: Fifty-two (52) Lincoln Wheat/Memorial Cents, dates and mints ranging from 1909-1940-S. Housed in a blue Whitman Lincoln Head Cent Collection 1909-1940 Number One, No. 9004 folder. Approximately 4.94 total troy ounces. 637th-697th items: Sixty-one (61) Lincoln Wheat/Memorial Cents, dates and mints ranging from 1941-1964-D. Housed in a blue Whitman Lincoln Head Cent Collection Starting 1941 Number Two, No. 9030 folder. Approximately 6.10 total troy ounces. 698th-710th items: Thirteen (13) Indian Head Cents, dates ranging from 1864-1906. Housed in a blue Whitman Indian Head Cent Collection Including 1856 to 1909, No. 9003 folder. Approximately 1.17 total troy ounces. 711th-769th items: Fifty-nine (59) Jefferson Nickels, dates and mints ranging from 1938-1961-D. Housed in a blue Whitman Jefferson Nickel Collection Starting 1938, No. 9009 folder. Approximately 9.44 total troy ounces. Folders approximately 7 5/8" H x 6" W x 1/4" D. 770th-1210th items: Four hundred and forty-one (441) Lincoln Wheat Cents, dates and mints ranging from 1912-1958-D, including twenty-two (22) steel 1943 cents. Approximately 43.82 total troy ounces. 1211th-1460th items: Approximately two hundred and fifty (250) steel 1943 Lincoln Wheat Cents, from various mints. Housed in five (5) rolls. Approximately 22.50 total troy ounces. 1461st-1760th items: Approximately three hundred (300) Lincoln Wheat Cents, minted 1909-1956. Housed in six (6) rolls. Approximately 28.50 total troy ounces. 1761st-1960th items: Approximately two hundred (200) Lincoln Memorial Cents, minted post 1959. Housed in four (4) rolls. Approximately 20 total troy ounces. 1961st-1460th items: Approximately five hundred (500) Lincoln Wheat Cents, minted 1909-1956. Housed in five (5) envelopes. Approximately 50 total troy ounces. 2461st-2469th items: One (1) Brown faux letter bag and eight (8) tins and glass jars, 9 items total. Ranging in size from 2 5/8" H x 10 3/4" H. Approximately 294.98 total troy ounces for all coins. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: All coins in circulated condition. 550th-769th items: Coins in circulated condition. Folders are not completely filled. Does not include all coins within the described parameters. Folders in worn condition. 1961st-2460th items: Two (2) of the envelopes are torn, all associated coins have been kept together. [See more photos →]

$510.00
Lot 439: 1996 Smithsonian Proof Gold Five Dollar Coin 1996 Smithsonian Proof Gold Five Dollar Coin Lot 439: 1996 Smithsonian Proof Gold Five Dollar Coin

1996 United States Mint Smithsonian Proof Gold Five Dollar Coin, issued in commemoration of the Smithsonian's 150th anniversary. Coin housed in plastic capsule and includes certificate of authenticity and original box. Provenance: Private Maryville, TN collection. CONDITION: Uncirculated condition. [See more photos →]

$450.00
Lot 810: 148 Mixed US Coins w/Silver, incl. Franklins, 1921 Peace 148 Mixed US Coins w/Silver, incl. Franklins, 1921 Peace Lot 810: 148 Mixed US Coins w/Silver, incl. Franklins, 1921 Peace

One hundred and forty-eight (148) Mixed US Coins with silver, including UC Franklin Half Dollars, 1921 Peace Dollar, Carson City Morgan Dollar, 1882. 1st-17th items: Partial Roll of Seventeen (17) Franklin Half Dollars, all 1963. 6.83 total troy ounces. 18th-32nd items: Partial Roll of Fifteen (15) Franklin Half Dollars, all 1954. Approximately 6 total troy ounces. 33rd item: One (1) Peace Dollar, 1921. .85 total troy ounces. 34th item: One (1) Carson City Morgan Dollar, 1882. .84 total troy ounces. 35th-39th items: Five (5) Barber Half Dollars, including one (1) 1892, one (1) 1905, one (1) 1911, one (1) 1914, and one (1) 1915. 1.88 total troy ounces. 40th item: One (1) Alabama Centennial Half Dollar, 1921. .39 total troy ounces. 41st item: One (1) Liberty Head Quarter, 1915. .15 total troy ounces. 42nd-49th items: Eight (8) Seated Liberty Quarters, Dimes, and Half Dimes. Two (2) quarters, including one (1) 1840 and one (1) 1854. Three (3) dimes, including one (1) 1875, one (1) 1878, and one (1) illegible. Three (3) half dimes, including two (2) 1853 and one (1) 1854. .71 total troy ounces. 50th-54th items: Five (5) Standing Liberty Quarters, all illegible. .90 total troy ounces. 55th-105th items: Fifty-one (51) Liberty Head Nickels, one (1) 1883, two (2) 1893, one (1) 1895, one (1) 1898, six (6) 1899, two (2) 1900, one (1) 1901, five (5) 1902, four (4) 1904, three (3) 1905, three (3) 1906, two (2) 1907, one (1) 1908, two (2) 1909, one (1) 1910, five (5) 1911, seven (7) 1912, and four (4) illegible. Includes used window wrapper. 7.68 total troy ounces. 106th-107th items: Two (2) Capped Bust Coins, including one (1) dime and two (2) half dimes, all 1883. .15 total troy ounces. 108th-130th items: Twenty-three (23) Buffalo or Indian Head Nickels, including one (1) 1925, one (1) 1926, three (3) 1928, two (2) 1929, one (1) 1930, one (1) 1935, two (2) 1936, four (4) 1937, and eight (8) illegible. 3.59 total troy ounces. 131st-133rd items: Three (3) Liberty Head 3 Cent Pieces, including one (1) 1865, one (1) 1869, and one (1) 1873. .20 total troy ounces. 134th-137th items: Four (4) Shield 2 Cents, including two (2) 1864 and two (2) illegible. .74 total troy ounces. 138th-143rd items: Six (6) Indian Head Cents, including one (1) 1859, one (1) 1863, one (1) 1887, one (1) 1894, one (1) 1901, and one (1) 1902. .66 total troy ounces. 144th item: One (1) Wheat Penny, 1957. .10 total troy ounces. 145th item: One (1) Eureka, California Fractional Gold Coin, 1835. 146th-147th item: Two (2) Civil War Tokens, 1863. 148th item: One (1) Eisenhower Dollar, 1971. Approximately 18.55 total troy ounces for all silver coins. Approximately 31.67 total troy ounces for all standard US pre-1964 coins. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st-32nd items: Uncirculated condition. 33rd-148th: Circulated condition, some coins with drill holes. [See more photos →]

$420.00
Lot 437: 38 Pcs. Framed Confederate Obsolete Currency 38 Pcs. Framed Confederate Obsolete Currency Lot 437: 38 Pcs. Framed Confederate Obsolete Currency

Thirty-eight (38) pieces of framed Confederate Obsolete Currency. States represented include NC, SC, Georgia and Virginia and denominations range from 5 cents to $100. All mounted onto green board backs and housed in two separate gilt wood frames. Framed – 41" H x 14 1/2" W. Provenance: Private Maryville, TN collection. CONDITION: Various condition and wear to bills. Housed in wooden frames, not inspected out of the frames. [See more photos →]

$384.00