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PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 9:02 am 
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I just finished processing the Session 2 catalogue and noticed that they have more than 250 proof notes, many from New York, and MANY MORE from Pennsylvania. I'll post the results when I get time to clean up and normalize the data, but I wouldn't wait for me to do that. The online catalogue is available here: http://media.stacksbowers.com/VirtualCa ... s-2-LR.pdf


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 11, 2014 9:37 am 
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An additional 100++ proofs among the offerings in the Session 9 (Internet Only) auction catalogue, found here: http://media.stacksbowers.com/VirtualCa ... s-9-LR.pdf


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2014 12:09 pm 
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By the way, Yehuda, there are a few AL notes in this auction:

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1019 Kingston, Alabama. County of Autauga. April 10, 1867.
$1. Fine. (Haxby-Not listed; Rosene 151-2). Corlies & Macy,
N.Y. Printed on white rag paper. Green protector ONE center
with upper green 1 counters. Center, obligation. Le, train.
Right, eagle. Fully signed and issued. Listed as a Rarity-6,
but we think much rarer. e rst we have cataloged and
likely the known examples in the domain of only the most
advanced collectors. Alabama scrip notes of all types always
in vogue. Wrinkly, but solid paper with decent color.
Est. $800-$1200

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1020 Selma, Alabama. Bank of Selma. Jan. 1, 1862. $5.
Uncirculated. (AL-95 G2a). American Bank Note
Company. Vermillion title, protector and upper corner
counter surrounds. Top center, named steamboat SELMA.
Vignette originally ‘’Western Steamer’’ by Draper, Welsh
& Co. Lower le, Alabama Comptroller’s die. Lower right,
eld hand picking cotton. A gorgeous ABN type with an
early Civil War date. ese are scarce in Very Fine, this note
is top grade. Bold and vibrant color. Exceptionally attractive
and a condition rarity. e rst of many gorgeous collector
quality notes formed into a graceful collection by a serious
vignette and color tinted oriented collector. Ex Roger H.
Durand Collection and plated in About Vignettes I.
Est. $400-$600

9009 Eufaula, Alabama. Eastern Bank of Alabama. 1860. $1.
PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. Proprietary Proof. ABNC. A
pleasing design seen with nice color and detail.
Est. $300-$500

9010 Eufaula, Alabama. Eastern Bank of Alabama. ND (18xx).
Lot of (2) Color Tinted Remainder Notes. (AL-15) ABN.
Full red tint. $10. G10b. Steamboat unloads. Extremely Fine,
top split on the hard crease | $20. G12b. Top center, wide
locomotive at depot. Lower le, Justice. Uncirculated. Both
are toned, the second more so.
Est. $300-$500


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 15, 2014 7:49 pm 
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The Autauga County $1 is one I mentioned selling and not being able to replace. I'll be looking into this one. Much appreciated!!


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