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    David Hall Spoons

    2017

    David Hall Spoons Two David Hall Bird Decorated Place Spoons with a Henry Ormsby American Coin Silver Teaspoon Philadelphia Pennsylvania circa 1770 and 1835 9 7 8 inches and 5 5 8 inches long 4 65 troy ounces Condition Some rubbing to each David Hall spoon with some light wear to undersides of bowls from table contact Light dent to bowl of the Ormsby spoon light bend to stem manufacture related seam to reverse terminal This lot comprises two David Hall place spoons


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    David Hall Spoons

    2017

    David Hall Spoons Two David Hall Bird Decorated Place Spoons with a Henry Ormsby American Coin Silver Teaspoon Philadelphia Pennsylvania circa 1770 and 1835 9 7 8 inches and 5 5 8 inches long 4 65 troy ounces Condition Some rubbing to each David Hall spoon with some light wear to undersides of bowls from table contact Light dent to bowl of the Ormsby spoon light bend to stem manufacture related seam to reverse terminal This lot comprises two David Hall place spoons


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    David Hall Spoons

    2017

    David Hall Spoons Two David Hall Bird Decorated Place Spoons with a Henry Ormsby American Coin Silver Teaspoon Philadelphia Pennsylvania circa 1770 and 1835 9 7 8 inches and 5 5 8 inches long 4 65 troy ounces Condition Some rubbing to each David Hall spoon with some light wear to undersides of bowls from table contact Light dent to bowl of the Ormsby spoon light bend to stem manufacture related seam to reverse terminal This lot comprises two David Hall place spoons


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    David Hall Spoons

    2017

    David Hall Spoons Two David Hall Bird Decorated Place Spoons with a Henry Ormsby American Coin Silver Teaspoon Philadelphia Pennsylvania circa 1770 and 1835 9 7 8 inches and 5 5 8 inches long 4 65 troy ounces Condition Some rubbing to each David Hall spoon with some light wear to undersides of bowls from table contact Light dent to bowl of the Ormsby spoon light bend to stem manufacture related seam to reverse terminal This lot comprises two David Hall place spoons


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    David Hall Spoons

    2017

    David Hall Spoons Two David Hall Bird Decorated Place Spoons with a Henry Ormsby American Coin Silver Teaspoon Philadelphia Pennsylvania circa 1770 and 1835 9 7 8 inches and 5 5 8 inches long 4 65 troy ounces Condition Some rubbing to each David Hall spoon with some light wear to undersides of bowls from table contact Light dent to bowl of the Ormsby spoon light bend to stem manufacture related seam to reverse terminal This lot comprises two David Hall place spoons


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    David Hall Spoons

    2017

    David Hall Spoons Two David Hall Bird Decorated Place Spoons with a Henry Ormsby American Coin Silver Teaspoon Philadelphia Pennsylvania circa 1770 and 1835 9 7 8 inches and 5 5 8 inches long 4 65 troy ounces Condition Some rubbing to each David Hall spoon with some light wear to undersides of bowls from table contact Light dent to bowl of the Ormsby spoon light bend to stem manufacture related seam to reverse terminal This lot comprises two David Hall place spoons


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    Lot 19249



    Lot 19249 Morrisania NY Morrisania Bank 1 One Unit No Date Ca 1853 NY 1395 G2a Essay Proof PCGS Very Choice New 64 The Morrisania Bank One Proofs engraved and printed by Waterman Lily Ormsby s firm have been the subject of many discussions for decades New York State specialists once argued that it was not a banknote and should not be classified as having an actual location This debate was mostly debunked when Haxby listed the bank in his four volume opus Further corroboration was provided when the most meticulous New York Obsolete collector the architect of the White Oak Collec


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    Lot 19249



    Lot 19249 Morrisania NY Morrisania Bank 1 One Unit No Date Ca 1853 NY 1395 G2a Essay Proof PCGS Very Choice New 64 The Morrisania Bank One Proofs engraved and printed by Waterman Lily Ormsby s firm have been the subject of many discussions for decades New York State specialists once argued that it was not a banknote and should not be classified as having an actual location This debate was mostly debunked when Haxby listed the bank in his four volume opus Further corroboration was provided when the most meticulous New York Obsolete collector the architect of the White Oak Collec


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    Lot 19249



    Lot 19249 Morrisania NY Morrisania Bank 1 One Unit No Date Ca 1853 NY 1395 G2a Essay Proof PCGS Very Choice New 64 The Morrisania Bank One Proofs engraved and printed by Waterman Lily Ormsby s firm have been the subject of many discussions for decades New York State specialists once argued that it was not a banknote and should not be classified as having an actual location This debate was mostly debunked when Haxby listed the bank in his four volume opus Further corroboration was provided when the most meticulous New York Obsolete collector the architect of the White Oak Collec


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    Lot 19249



    Lot 19249 Morrisania NY Morrisania Bank 1 One Unit No Date Ca 1853 NY 1395 G2a Essay Proof PCGS Very Choice New 64 The Morrisania Bank One Proofs engraved and printed by Waterman Lily Ormsby s firm have been the subject of many discussions for decades New York State specialists once argued that it was not a banknote and should not be classified as having an actual location This debate was mostly debunked when Haxby listed the bank in his four volume opus Further corroboration was provided when the most meticulous New York Obsolete collector the architect of the White Oak Collec


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    Lot 19057



    Lot 19057 Camanche IA Butcher Dailey Co 1 185_ Oakes 19 UNL Remainder PCGS Very Fine 20 This is the finest known note to our knowledge from an exceedingly rare private Iowa issuer The company apparently acted as a bank and the obligation states or bearer One Dollar in Currency rather than goods or other scrip The note was engraved and printed by W L Ormsby New York using his unusual distinctive style and counterfeit protective devices Ormsby engraved notes are a study in themselves due to his interesting viewpoints on counterfeit protection and engraving techniques Interestingly this is one of the few Ormsby series without a color back which would have cost the client more money for an additional plate and subsequent printing cost The lay


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    Lot 19057



    Lot 19057 Camanche IA Butcher Dailey Co 1 185_ Oakes 19 UNL Remainder PCGS Very Fine 20 This is the finest known note to our knowledge from an exceedingly rare private Iowa issuer The company apparently acted as a bank and the obligation states or bearer One Dollar in Currency rather than goods or other scrip The note was engraved and printed by W L Ormsby New York using his unusual distinctive style and counterfeit protective devices Ormsby engraved notes are a study in themselves due to his interesting viewpoints on counterfeit protection and engraving techniques Interestingly this is one of the few Ormsby series without a color back which would have cost the client more money for an additional plate and subsequent printing cost The lay


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    Lot 19057



    Lot 19057 Camanche IA Butcher Dailey Co 1 185_ Oakes 19 UNL Remainder PCGS Very Fine 20 This is the finest known note to our knowledge from an exceedingly rare private Iowa issuer The company apparently acted as a bank and the obligation states or bearer One Dollar in Currency rather than goods or other scrip The note was engraved and printed by W L Ormsby New York using his unusual distinctive style and counterfeit protective devices Ormsby engraved notes are a study in themselves due to his interesting viewpoints on counterfeit protection and engraving techniques Interestingly this is one of the few Ormsby series without a color back which would have cost the client more money for an additional plate and subsequent printing cost The lay


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    Lot 19057



    Lot 19057 Camanche IA Butcher Dailey Co 1 185_ Oakes 19 UNL Remainder PCGS Very Fine 20 This is the finest known note to our knowledge from an exceedingly rare private Iowa issuer The company apparently acted as a bank and the obligation states or bearer One Dollar in Currency rather than goods or other scrip The note was engraved and printed by W L Ormsby New York using his unusual distinctive style and counterfeit protective devices Ormsby engraved notes are a study in themselves due to his interesting viewpoints on counterfeit protection and engraving techniques Interestingly this is one of the few Ormsby series without a color back which would have cost the client more money for an additional plate and subsequent printing cost The lay


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    Lot 18312



    Lot 18312 Lecompton KS State Bank 3 Nov 1 1856 KS 55 G6a Whitfield 335 Remainder PCGS Very Fine 30 Apparent W L Ormsby engraved a few series of notes during the Kansas Territorial period mostly from Leavenworth as seen in this sale The State Bank notes from Lecompton are much rarer than those and visually striking like most Ormsby notes As anti raising devices for each denomination the cherub was used as a counter with one cherub per 1 of denomination 2 cherubs on the 2 and so on The series also used


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    Lot 18312



    Lot 18312 Lecompton KS State Bank 3 Nov 1 1856 KS 55 G6a Whitfield 335 Remainder PCGS Very Fine 30 Apparent W L Ormsby engraved a few series of notes during the Kansas Territorial period mostly from Leavenworth as seen in this sale The State Bank notes from Lecompton are much rarer than those and visually striking like most Ormsby notes As anti raising devices for each denomination the cherub was used as a counter with one cherub per 1 of denomination 2 cherubs on the 2 and so on The series also used


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    Lot 19069



    Lot 19069 Lecompton KS State Bank 1 Nov 1 1856 KS 55 G2a Whitfield 333 Remainder PCGS About New 50 W L Ormsby engraved a few series of notes during the Kansas Territorial period mostly from Leavenworth The State Bank notes are much scarcer than those and visually striking like most Ormsby notes As anti raising devices for each denomination the cherub was used as a counter with one cherub per 1 of denomination 2 cherubs on the 2 and so on The series also used the Ormsby color backs Within the


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    Lot 19069



    Lot 19069 Lecompton KS State Bank 1 Nov 1 1856 KS 55 G2a Whitfield 333 Remainder PCGS About New 50 W L Ormsby engraved a few series of notes during the Kansas Territorial period mostly from Leavenworth The State Bank notes are much scarcer than those and visually striking like most Ormsby notes As anti raising devices for each denomination the cherub was used as a counter with one cherub per 1 of denomination 2 cherubs on the 2 and so on The series also used the Ormsby color backs Within the


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    Lot 19069



    Lot 19069 Lecompton KS State Bank 1 Nov 1 1856 KS 55 G2a Whitfield 333 Remainder PCGS About New 50 W L Ormsby engraved a few series of notes during the Kansas Territorial period mostly from Leavenworth The State Bank notes are much scarcer than those and visually striking like most Ormsby notes As anti raising devices for each denomination the cherub was used as a counter with one cherub per 1 of denomination 2 cherubs on the 2 and so on The series also used the Ormsby color backs Within the


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    Lot 19069



    Lot 19069 Lecompton KS State Bank 1 Nov 1 1856 KS 55 G2a Whitfield 333 Remainder PCGS About New 50 W L Ormsby engraved a few series of notes during the Kansas Territorial period mostly from Leavenworth The State Bank notes are much scarcer than those and visually striking like most Ormsby notes As anti raising devices for each denomination the cherub was used as a counter with one cherub per 1 of denomination 2 cherubs on the 2 and so on The series also used the Ormsby color backs Within the


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    Lot 28488



    Lot 28488 Iron Mountain MO Office American Iron Mountain Co to P Chouteau Jr Co 5 185_ Proof PCGS About New 50 A very rare Ormsby proof This is another denomination from the 1850s series and was missing from the Vacca sale An India paper proof engraved by W L Ormsby New York with a layout very similar to the other denominations known from the issue Under the curved title the same central vignette shows a locomotive and cars heading west while incongruously a small paddle wheeler sails east The upper corners show 5


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    Lot 28488



    Lot 28488 Iron Mountain MO Office American Iron Mountain Co to P Chouteau Jr Co 5 185_ Proof PCGS About New 50 A very rare Ormsby proof This is another denomination from the 1850s series and was missing from the Vacca sale An India paper proof engraved by W L Ormsby New York with a layout very similar to the other denominations known from the issue Under the curved title the same central vignette shows a locomotive and cars heading west while incongruously a small paddle wheeler sails east The upper corners show 5


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    Lot 19328



    Lee GRA 4 UNL PCGS Fine 12 This note is a two state tie issuer which was payable at the private bank of Ball in Grand Rapids Most of the notes were honored by Ball before he went out of business in 1864 The complex titles and placement on this note are illustrative of how a private company would prefer to have their issue appear as a banknote with a more official engraved look This W L Ormsby engraved series is rarer than the green color tinted notes by the American Bank Note Company The central vignette shows two workmen who stop to watch as the train passes by A steamboat is impossibly sailing along above At left an allegorical female leans her elbow casually on a large 3 counter This is a fully signed issued note and an Ormsby engraved rarity Ex Eric P Newman Numismatic


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    Lot 19328



    Lee GRA 4 UNL PCGS Fine 12 This note is a two state tie issuer which was payable at the private bank of Ball in Grand Rapids Most of the notes were honored by Ball before he went out of business in 1864 The complex titles and placement on this note are illustrative of how a private company would prefer to have their issue appear as a banknote with a more official engraved look This W L Ormsby engraved series is rarer than the green color tinted notes by the American Bank Note Company The central vignette shows two workmen who stop to watch as the train passes by A steamboat is impossibly sailing along above At left an allegorical female leans her elbow casually on a large 3 counter This is a fully signed issued note and an Ormsby engraved rarity Ex Eric P Newman Numismatic


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    Lot 19369



    Lot 19369 Leavenworth City KS Drovers Bank 1 July 1 1856 KS 30 G14a Whitfield 118 PCGS Choice About New 55 The second series notes from the Drovers Bank have the engraved Leavenworth City designation This 1 also used the full length vignette style exemplified by W L Ormsby on this title Peaceful livestock dominate the face of this note Identical 1 counters appear in each corner The back of the note shows a radiating circular pattern of red micro lettering which emanates from a solitary center based on its 1 denomination in the Ormsby note anti raising system This note is fully issued and boasts impressive wide margins The back has a purple library provenanc


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    Lot 19369



    Lot 19369 Leavenworth City KS Drovers Bank 1 July 1 1856 KS 30 G14a Whitfield 118 PCGS Choice About New 55 The second series notes from the Drovers Bank have the engraved Leavenworth City designation This 1 also used the full length vignette style exemplified by W L Ormsby on this title Peaceful livestock dominate the face of this note Identical 1 counters appear in each corner The back of the note shows a radiating circular pattern of red micro lettering which emanates from a solitary center based on its 1 denomination in the Ormsby note anti raising system This note is fully issued and boasts impressive wide margins The back has a purple library provenanc


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    Lot 19370



    Lot 19370 Leavenworth City KS Drovers Bank 2 July 1 1856 KS 30 G16a Whitfield 119 PCGS Very Fine 35 This is a popular Obsolete note series due to the vignettes and color backs As mentioned in the previous lot the second series notes from the Drovers Bank have the engraved Leavenworth City designation This 2 also used the W L Ormsby full length vignette style Livestock appear on the face of this note Identical 2 counters appear in each corner The back of the note shows a pair of radiating circular patterns of red micro lettering based on its 2 denomination which collide at the center in the Ormsby note anti raising system Only some honest circulation is seen but the note is problem free A perfect type note form th


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    Lot 19370



    Lot 19370 Leavenworth City KS Drovers Bank 2 July 1 1856 KS 30 G16a Whitfield 119 PCGS Very Fine 35 This is a popular Obsolete note series due to the vignettes and color backs As mentioned in the previous lot the second series notes from the Drovers Bank have the engraved Leavenworth City designation This 2 also used the W L Ormsby full length vignette style Livestock appear on the face of this note Identical 2 counters appear in each corner The back of the note shows a pair of radiating circular patterns of red micro lettering based on its 2 denomination which collide at the center in the Ormsby note anti raising system Only some honest circulation is seen but the note is problem free A perfect type note form th


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    Lot 19372



    Lot 19372 Leavenworth City Kansas T Drovers Bank 10 Nov 1 1856 KS 30 G22a Whitfield 122 Remainder PCGS Very Fine 30 This is a much scarcer denomination from this Kansas T engraved type Ormsby s intense hunting scene is at the center with a Native American rider confidently balanced on his horse as he drives his spear into the bison s tonnage The corners show intricate 10 dies The orange security back is unmistakable For the denomination there are ten X dies An underrated type and quintessential Ormsby engraved note Ex Eric P Newman Numismatic Education Society Realized 4


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    Lot 19372



    Lot 19372 Leavenworth City Kansas T Drovers Bank 10 Nov 1 1856 KS 30 G22a Whitfield 122 Remainder PCGS Very Fine 30 This is a much scarcer denomination from this Kansas T engraved type Ormsby s intense hunting scene is at the center with a Native American rider confidently balanced on his horse as he drives his spear into the bison s tonnage The corners show intricate 10 dies The orange security back is unmistakable For the denomination there are ten X dies An underrated type and quintessential Ormsby engraved note Ex Eric P Newman Numismatic Education Society Realized 4


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    Lot 20071



    Lot 20071 Salt Lake City UT Drovers Bank 3 July 1 1856 UT 5 G6a Rust 85 Nyholm 142 PCGS Extremely Fine 45 Apparent The Drovers Bank is a mysterious issue in Utah but similar looking notes originated in Kansas also engraved by W L Ormsby This is a Haxby listed bank and has always been a popular series with collectors as the only Obsolete bank listing from Utah The face is nearly completely filled with a bucolic scene of livestock titles are at the top and counters in the corners The security back is orange with three intersecting micro lettered circles radiating from different centers This was another of Ormsby s counterfeit


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    Lot 20071



    Lot 20071 Salt Lake City UT Drovers Bank 3 July 1 1856 UT 5 G6a Rust 85 Nyholm 142 PCGS Extremely Fine 45 Apparent The Drovers Bank is a mysterious issue in Utah but similar looking notes originated in Kansas also engraved by W L Ormsby This is a Haxby listed bank and has always been a popular series with collectors as the only Obsolete bank listing from Utah The face is nearly completely filled with a bucolic scene of livestock titles are at the top and counters in the corners The security back is orange with three intersecting micro lettered circles radiating from different centers This was another of Ormsby s counterfeit


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    Lot 19368



    Lot 19368 Salt Lake City U T Drovers Bank 2 July 1 1856 UT 5 G4a Rust 84 Nyholm 141 PCGS Choice New 63 The Drovers Bank is a mysterious issue in Utah but similar looking notes originated in Kansas also engraved by W L Ormsby This is a Haxby listed bank and has always been a popular series with collectors as the only Obsolete bank listing from Utah The face is nearly completely filled with a scene of cattle and sheep titles are at top and counters in the corners The security back is orange with two intersecting micro lettered circles radiating from different centers This was another of Ormsby s counterfeiting mea


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    Lot 19368



    Lot 19368 Salt Lake City U T Drovers Bank 2 July 1 1856 UT 5 G4a Rust 84 Nyholm 141 PCGS Choice New 63 The Drovers Bank is a mysterious issue in Utah but similar looking notes originated in Kansas also engraved by W L Ormsby This is a Haxby listed bank and has always been a popular series with collectors as the only Obsolete bank listing from Utah The face is nearly completely filled with a scene of cattle and sheep titles are at top and counters in the corners The security back is orange with two intersecting micro lettered circles radiating from different centers This was another of Ormsby s counterfeiting mea


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    Lot 19368



    Lot 19368 Salt Lake City U T Drovers Bank 2 July 1 1856 UT 5 G4a Rust 84 Nyholm 141 PCGS Choice New 63 The Drovers Bank is a mysterious issue in Utah but similar looking notes originated in Kansas also engraved by W L Ormsby This is a Haxby listed bank and has always been a popular series with collectors as the only Obsolete bank listing from Utah The face is nearly completely filled with a scene of cattle and sheep titles are at top and counters in the corners The security back is orange with two intersecting micro lettered circles radiating from different centers This was another of Ormsby s counterfeiting mea


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    Lot 19368



    Lot 19368 Salt Lake City U T Drovers Bank 2 July 1 1856 UT 5 G4a Rust 84 Nyholm 141 PCGS Choice New 63 The Drovers Bank is a mysterious issue in Utah but similar looking notes originated in Kansas also engraved by W L Ormsby This is a Haxby listed bank and has always been a popular series with collectors as the only Obsolete bank listing from Utah The face is nearly completely filled with a scene of cattle and sheep titles are at top and counters in the corners The security back is orange with two intersecting micro lettered circles radiating from different centers This was another of Ormsby s counterfeiting mea


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    SPINK TO SELL RARE 1852 ORMSBY WORK SEPTEMBER 29, 2010



    SPINK TO SELL RARE 1852 Ormsby WORK SEPTEMBER 29 2010 Image from E Sylum 9 26 2010 article 4 original article at https nnp wustl edu library periodical 12498 Type Other


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    MORE ON THE 1852 ORMSBY SOLD BY SPINK



    MORE ON THE 1852 Ormsby SOLD BY SPINK Image from E Sylum 10 24 2010 article 9 original article at https nnp wustl edu library periodical 12606 Type Other


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    ORMSBY’S 1862 'HARVEST OF COUNTERFEITERS'



    Ormsby S 1862 HARVEST OF COUNTERFEITERS Image from E Sylum 6 23 2013 article 16 original article at https nnp wustl edu library periodical 16033 Type Other


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    BANKNOTE BAD BOY W.L. ORMSBY



    BANKNOTE BAD BOY W L Ormsby Image from E Sylum 3 8 2015 article 30 original article at https nnp wustl edu library periodical 18682 Type Other


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    FURIOSO PLATES, W.L. ORMSBY, AND BANKNOTE FRAUDS



    FURIOSO PLATES W L Ormsby AND BANKNOTE FRAUDS Image from E Sylum 11 6 2016 article 5 original article at https nnp wustl edu library periodical 513095 Type Other


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    FURIOSO PLATES, W.L. ORMSBY, AND BANKNOTE FRAUDS



    FURIOSO PLATES W L Ormsby AND BANKNOTE FRAUDS Image from E Sylum 11 6 2016 article 5 original article at https nnp wustl edu library periodical 513095 Type Other


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    FURIOSO PLATES, W.L. ORMSBY, AND BANKNOTE FRAUDS



    FURIOSO PLATES W L Ormsby AND BANKNOTE FRAUDS Image from E Sylum 11 6 2016 article 5 original article at https nnp wustl edu library periodical 513095 Type Other


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    FURIOSO PLATES, W.L. ORMSBY, AND BANKNOTE FRAUDS



    FURIOSO PLATES W L Ormsby AND BANKNOTE FRAUDS Image from E Sylum 11 6 2016 article 5 original article at https nnp wustl edu library periodical 513095 Type Other


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    Lot 28487



    es from 1846 into the 1850s Those furnaces produced pig iron initially hauled by wagons for forty miles to Ste Genevieve Travel was more efficiently served by the Iron Mountain Pilot Knob and Ste Genevieve Plank Road which opened in 1853 and later the Iron Mountain Railroad from St Louis to Pilot Knob which was completed in 1858 The company operated until 1893 Finely engraved by W L Ormsby New York and printed on bond paper Under the curved title the central vignette shows a locomotive and cars heading west while incongruously a small paddle wheeler sails east in the ocean above The left end panel has a 2 counter in ornate lathe work the right has an oval Taylor portrait with a 2 die above These were designated to pay at sight to ____or Order TWO DOLLARS in Specie Th


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    Lot 28487



    es from 1846 into the 1850s Those furnaces produced pig iron initially hauled by wagons for forty miles to Ste Genevieve Travel was more efficiently served by the Iron Mountain Pilot Knob and Ste Genevieve Plank Road which opened in 1853 and later the Iron Mountain Railroad from St Louis to Pilot Knob which was completed in 1858 The company operated until 1893 Finely engraved by W L Ormsby New York and printed on bond paper Under the curved title the central vignette shows a locomotive and cars heading west while incongruously a small paddle wheeler sails east in the ocean above The left end panel has a 2 counter in ornate lathe work the right has an oval Taylor portrait with a 2 die above These were designated to pay at sight to ____or Order TWO DOLLARS in Specie Th


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    Lot 29157



    Lot 29157 MX Lot of 7 Altered Obsolete Banknotes from Indiana Source Types Another interesting nuanced selection using six different source types Four are altered from the Exchange Bank Hartford IN and originally printed by Ormsby CT 2 NY and PA One has fascinating repeating COUNTERFEIT stamping in red on the face the other three were altered from Thames Bank Laurel IN from VT 2 and Bank of Weston VA later West Virginia The last has a piece off the bottom The others are VG or better Ex Eric P Newman Numismatic Education Society From Newman VIII Heritage Auctions 11 2017 lot 29157 realized 456


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    Lot 29157



    Lot 29157 MX Lot of 7 Altered Obsolete Banknotes from Indiana Source Types Another interesting nuanced selection using six different source types Four are altered from the Exchange Bank Hartford IN and originally printed by Ormsby CT 2 NY and PA One has fascinating repeating COUNTERFEIT stamping in red on the face the other three were altered from Thames Bank Laurel IN from VT 2 and Bank of Weston VA later West Virginia The last has a piece off the bottom The others are VG or better Ex Eric P Newman Numismatic Education Society From Newman VIII Heritage Auctions 11 2017 lot 29157 realized 456


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    Lot 29456



    Lot 29456 Iron Mountain MO American Iron Mountain Co payable to Jules Valle Esq St Louis 1 185_ PCGS Good 6 Apparent The 1 denomination from this 1850s series was in the Vacca sale but it had a different payable to Messrs P Chouteau Jr Co instead of Jules Valle seen here Engraved and printed by W L Ormsby New York The layout is very similar to the other denominations known from the issue 1 2 3 and 5 Under the curved title the central vignette shows a locomotive and cars heading west as a small paddle wheeler heads east The left end has a 1 die at the top profile cameo head below and ONE block at the base President William Henry Harrison is at lower right and a 1 die is above


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    Lot 29456



    Lot 29456 Iron Mountain MO American Iron Mountain Co payable to Jules Valle Esq St Louis 1 185_ PCGS Good 6 Apparent The 1 denomination from this 1850s series was in the Vacca sale but it had a different payable to Messrs P Chouteau Jr Co instead of Jules Valle seen here Engraved and printed by W L Ormsby New York The layout is very similar to the other denominations known from the issue 1 2 3 and 5 Under the curved title the central vignette shows a locomotive and cars heading west as a small paddle wheeler heads east The left end has a 1 die at the top profile cameo head below and ONE block at the base President William Henry Harrison is at lower right and a 1 die is above


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