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New York, NY, United States
DoneThu, Feb 1, 2007 3:00 PM GMT

American Bank Note Company Archives

H.R.Harmer, Inc. and Archives International LLC are Proud to Present the Historic American Banknote Company Archives Auction of Stocks and Bonds, Banknotes, Vignettes, Production Material and Security Printing Ephemera. A majority of the material in this sale will be offered for the first time to the collecting public. All of the items being offered are fresh from the Archive of the American Banknote Company. The scope and quality of the material in this archive is staggering and offers many opportunities for the general collector, specialist and dealer to acquire items that are unique or extremely rare. Over 1,400 lots of stocks and bonds from hundreds of well known companies are represented and being seen for the first time. Topics include Railroads; Automobile; Navigation; Mining; Wall Street and Stock Brokers; Banking and National Banks; Oil and Gas; Manufacturing; Computers and Internet; Entertainment; Sports; Breweries; Aviation and countless others. Some of the many high lights are: · Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Class A Stock, with the highest share price of any stock certificate on the NYSE · Unique Enron models and proofs with production files · 100+ lots of aviation certificates · 120+ lots of railroads, many unlisted · 70+ lots of automobile and related stocks including Cord, Tucker, Rolls Royce, Daimler-Benz, Hercules, Volvo, unique essay Ford stock and many others · 150+ lots of Banking and National Bank stocks · 100+ lots of foreign stocks and bonds · Over 25 lots of Hawaiian stocks · Early Browning Arms Co. Stock, the famous gun company · Original artwork including an incredible original oil painting by A.E.Foringer · 200 + lots of foreign banknotes from Panama; Colombia; Viet Nam; Laos; China; Venezuela; Mexico; El Salvador; Indonesia; Philippines; Ethiopia and other countries will be offered in this sale. · Thousands of proof vignettes used on banknotes, stocks, stamps and documents from 1830 to the 1970’s are offered.