Colonial & Continental Currency-Coinage-Historic Peace Medals- Encased Postage StampsJul 13, 2019 12:00 EDT
The Early American History Auction is a time portal to the historic coins, currency, and stamps. The auction offers a sneak peek into iconic collectibles such as George Washington Inaugural Button with inscription that says “Long Live the President”. Alongside, this auction has the highest bid of 1775 Paul Revere Engraved & King Philip printed Mass Loan Certificate Document with an estimation of $8,000-$12,000. In coherence, there are pieces such as 1st Continental Currency, Encased Postage Stamps, 24 Hunt and various more. For more information and bidding options, visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Coins, Currency & Stamps (270)
# of Lots:270
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Colonial Currency, Georgia. 1777, $7, HAND Vignette Seal Rarity PCGS EF-45||
|Encased Postage Stamps, 3 Cent, JOHN W. NORRIS, Chicago Silvering Rarity-9||
|George Washington Inaugural Button LONG LIVE THE PRESIDENT Heavy Dot Script GW||
|1775 PAUL REVERE Engraved + Printed KING PHILIP Mass. Loan Certificate Document||
|1st Continental Currency Issue, May 10, 1775 $20 MARBLED BORDER Note PCGS EF-40||
|Colonial Currency, Maryland October 17, 1780 One Sixth Dollar, PCGS Very Fine-30||
- Coins, Currency & Stamps
- Continental Currency
- Early American History Auction
- Encased Postage Stamps
- George Washington
- Inaugural Button
- MARBLED BORDER Note
- PAUL Revere
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