Heritage Auctions: US Currency Weekly - bidstart 5/24, 142222, Dallas

Auction Details

Auction Report
Auction Date
05/31/2022 - 05/31/2022
Page Size: 399 items in 16 pages

Lot NumberAuthor NameBook TitlePlace PrintedYear PublishedEstimateActual Price
81001

Continental Currency November 29, 1775 $8 PMG Choice Very Fine 35.

1775USD 120.00 - 180.00USD 288.00
81002

Continental Currency February 17, 1776 $1/3 Very Good-Fine.

1776USD 120.00 - 180.00USD 204.00
81003

Continental Currency May 9, 1776 $8 PMG Extremely Fine 40.

1776USD 220.00 - 330.00USD 288.00
81004

Continental Currency September 26, 1778 $50 Extremely Fine.

1778USD 140.00 - 210.00USD 180.00
81005

Continental Currency September 26, 1778 $50 Contemporary Counterfeit Fine-Very Fine.

1778USD 120.00 - 180.00USD 180.00
81006

Continental Currency January 14, 1779 $1 Fine; Continental Currency January 14, 1779 $80 Very Good-Fine.

1779USD 200.00 - 300.00USD 312.00
81007

Connecticut June 19, 1776 2s New, CC.

1776USD 120.00 - 180.00USD 228.00
81008

Connecticut Treasury-Office Payment Certificate 11L/15s February 1, 1789 Signed by Peter Colt Very Fine-Extremely Fine.

1789USD 80.00 - 120.00USD 129.00
81009

Maryland April 10, 1774 $6 PMG Uncirculated 62.

1774USD 240.00 - 360.00USD 312.00
81010

New Jersey December 31, 1763 6s PMG Uncirculated 62 EPQ.

1763USD 180.00 - 270.00USD 264.00
81011

New York February 16, 1771 £10 Fine.

1771USD 80.00 - 120.00USD 149.00
81012

New York September 2, 1775 $10 PMG Choice About Unc 58.

1775USD 600.00 - 900.00USD 780.00
81013

New York March 5, 1776 $1/6 Fine.

1776USD 80.00 - 120.00USD 149.00
81014

New York March 5, 1776 (Water Works) 8s PCGS New 61.

1776USD 240.00 - 360.00USD 480.00
81015

North Carolina March 9, 1754 10s; 15s; 20s; 40s (2) Good or Better.

1754USD 160.00 - 240.00USD 360.00
81016

North Carolina March 9, 1754 20s; 26s8d; 40s Good or Better; North Carolina June 14, 1760 5s Good; North Carolina April 23, 1761 10s; 30s Good or Better; North Carolina December, 1771 1s; 2s6d Duck Very Good.

1754USD 200.00 - 300.00USD 384.00
81017

North Carolina May 10, 1780 $100 Fortis Cadere Cedere Non Potest PCGS About New 53.

1780USD 320.00 - 480.00USD 492.00
81018

Pennsylvania October 1, 1773 5s Fine; Pennsylvania October 1, 1773 10s Fine.

1773USD 120.00 - 180.00USD 192.00
81019

Rhode Island July 2, 1780 $1 PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ.

1780USD 200.00 - 300.00USD 384.00
81020

Rhode Island July 2, 1780 $2 PCGS Gem New 66PPQ.

1780USD 280.00 - 420.00USD 432.00
81021

Rhode Island May 1786 6d PCGS New 62.

1786USD 140.00 - 210.00USD 192.00
81022

South Carolina March 6, 1776 £2 PMG Very Fine 20 Net.

1776USD 480.00 - 720.00USD 810.00
81023

South Carolina April 10, 1778 2s 6d Remainder PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ.

1778USD 320.00 - 480.00USD 540.00
81024

South Carolina April 10, 1778 5s Remainder PMG Choice Uncirculated 63.

1778USD 520.00 - 780.00USD 600.00
81025

South Carolina- City of Charleston July 6, 1789 1s3d PMG Extremely Fine 40.

1789USD 220.00 - 330.00USD 336.00
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