Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 23

Pre-Long Beach Coin and Currency Auction


U.S. Currency - Colonial
 
 
Lot Photo Description Realized
Lot 1
Maryland, 10 Apr. 1774, $2 and $4. The $4 note is very nice and bright. Lot of 2 notes. Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Estimated Value $100 - 150.
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Realized
$150
Lot 2
Continental, 1776, One-Third and Two-Thirds Dollar Notes. Fugio. Lot of 2 notes. Very Good to Fine.
Estimated Value $125 - 175.
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Realized
$150
Lot 3
Delaware, 1 Jan. 1776, One Shilling. Very Fine or better.
Estimated Value $50 - 75.
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Realized
$86
Lot 4
Connecticut, 19 June, 1776, 6 Pence. Trimmed recently. Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Estimated Value $50 - 75.
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Realized
$75
Lot 5
Continental, 2 Nov. 1776, $6. Recently trimmed. Extremely Fine.
Estimated Value $75 - 150.
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Realized
$173
Lot 6
North Carolina, Dec. 1777, £1. Extremely Fine.
Estimated Value $300 - 400.
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Realized
$207
Lot 7
North Carolina, Dec. 1771, £2. Fine to Very Fine.
Estimated Value $200 - 250.
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Realized
$127
Lot 8
Virgina, 4 May 1778, $1. Dark, but scarce! Very Fine.
Estimated Value $175 - 225.
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Unsold
Lot 9
North Carolina, 8 Aug. 1778, $25. Very Fine.
Estimated Value $125 - 175.
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Realized
$72
Lot 10
Continental, 14 Jan. 1779, $55 and $80. Fine to Very Fine.
Estimated Value $125 - 175.
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Realized
$104
Lot 11
North Carolina, 5 May 1779, $25. A very scarce note, and while the note does face up well, the split on the back as been repaired with old tape that has yellowed. Good.
Estimated Value $20 - 40.
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Realized
$81
Lot 12
New Jersey, 9 Jun. 1780, $3, Signed by David Brearly. David Brealey (1745-1790), Signer of the U.S. Constitution in 1787. He took part in the controversy of the colonies with Great Britain, and was arrested for high treason, but was set free by a mob of his fellow-citizens. He was a member of the first convention to frame a constitution prior to 1781, and an officer in the revolutionary army. In 1779, he was elected chief justice of New Jersey, resigning in 1789, when he was appointed U.S. district judge. Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Estimated Value $600 - 800.
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Realized
$489
Lot 13
Virginia, 16 Oct. 1780, $500 or £150. A very scarce note in a very nice grade. Thin paper and signed by J. Hopkins. Very Fine.
Estimated Value $800 - 1,200.
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Unsold
Lot 14
Continental, 14 Jan. 1779, $35. Together with Pennsylvania, 10 Apr. 1777, Three Pence. The Continental note would grade at least a Fine, but it does have a large tear. Net grade for the note: Good+; The Pennsylvania Three Pence is clean and very nice. Extra Fine. Lot of 2 notes.
Estimated Value $125 - 175.
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Realized
$72






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