||Atlanta, GA - Lot of 3 Bank of Fulton Issued Banknotes. All engraved notes by Danforth, Wright & Co. and fully issued. $1 Nov. 1, 1859 GA-25 G2a. PCGS Very Good 10 Apparent. Men discuss livestock at top center, a drovers scene is at lower left, and a woodcutting vignette is at lower right. Red "1" protectors flank the denomination and location. "Rust Stains" are noted by PCGS. $2 Oct. 1, 1859 GA-25 G4. PCGS Very Good 8. At top center, one man examines tobacco leaves while the other points to a barrel designated as TOBACCO No. 1.A. In ovals are a Native American princess at left, and a train at right. The "ABC" monogram is discreetly placed. $5 July 20, 1858 GA-25 G6a. PCGS Very Fine 20 Apparent. Above the title, an allegorical female reclines with an eagle as a train passes by in the distance with a city view behind. A frontiersman loads his rifle at top left, and a female portrait is at lower right. Red "5" protectors flank the denomination and location. Grading notes a "Small Edge Tear at Right." Ex: Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society, Heritage Auctions Internet Sale (5/2017).
(Description courtesy of Heritage Auctions, ha.com.) Realized $114.00.