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Lot  202: George Washington Signed Document
Lot   68:1773 Benjamin Franklin Signed LetterLot  608: Colonial Currency 4/3/1742 NH 1s
Rancho Santa Fe, CA, United States
DoneSun, Feb 15, 2004 4:00 PM UTC

Autographs-Coins-Currency-Americana

Early American History Auctions, Inc. (EAHA) announces the release of the catalog for its February 14, 2004 Mail Bid Auction, consisting of 1,371 lots of Autographs, Coins, Currency, Civil War material, Prints, Maps, and other authentic, historic Americana. This Auction will close live over eBay Live Auctions on February 15, 2004.

AUTOGRAPHS: An ornate Military Commission signed “G. Washington” (as President, for the man who later became the first Commandant of West Point) (Est. $30,000-$60,000)

LINCOLN-RELATED: A Memorial Oil Painting of Abraham Lincoln on Ivory is expected to realize $4500-$6500.

CONTINENTAL/COLONIAL CURRENCY: The highlight of this section is an April 3, 1742 (redated February 1744/45) New Hampshire 1 Shilling “Proof” Specimen Note (Est. $40,000-$60,000).

ENCASED POSTAGE: One of the most important and complete collections of Encased Postage Stamps ever offered will include such classic rarities as a Unique 1¢ Ayer’s Cathartic Pills "Long Arrows” variety.

LARGE SIZE CURRENCY: A fabulous “Royal Flush and $5 Bill” Trompe L’Oeil Painting is expected to sell for between $8,000 and $10,000.

COLONIAL COINS: A PCGS VF-20 1788 “Head Left” New Jersey Copper is estimated at $4,500-$6,500.

UNITED STATES COINS: Highlighting this section is a 1907 Liberty Nickel struck on a Cent Planchet (Est. $4,250-$5,500).

Early American History Auctions will be closing the bid book over Ebay Live Bid starting at 10:00 AM Pacific Time on Sunday, February 15th. Catalogs are available from EAHA for an annual Subscription rate of $72 (Six Auction Catalogs -- a 40% discount off the individual price of $20).