Dec 5, 2023 10:00 EST

Coins, Bank Notes, Stamps & Collectibles

 
Lot 1110
 

1110

Great Britain 1791 Spade Guinea

Estate / Collection: Property from The Estate of Donald D. MacDermid Sold to Benefit The American School In Switzerland (TASIS)

Attractive example with nice color and strong details, Extremely Fine.
EF

Estimate
$800 - $1,200
 

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Estate / Collection: Property from The Estate of Donald D. MacDermid Sold to Benefit The American School In Switzerland (TASIS)

Attractive example with nice color and strong details, Extremely Fine.
EF

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Auction: Coins, Bank Notes, Stamps & Collectibles, Dec 5, 2023

  • Auction of Coins, Bank Notes, Stamps & Collectibles on Tuesday, December 5, 2023 at 10am
  • Featuring an Important Discovery National Bank Note
  • We Invite You to Contact Us for a Complimentary Auction Evaluation of Your Collection


NEW YORK, NY -- Doyle's auction of Coins, Bank Notes, Stamps & Collectibles on Tuesday, December 5, 2023 at 10am will showcase U.S. and World numismatic and philatelic rarities from collections in the New York area and other regions of the country. Featured in the sale is a group of rare baseball cards.

Discovery Note from The West Hollywood National Bank of Crescent Heights

Highlighting the sale is an important discovery note -- the ONLY KNOWN National Bank note from The West Hollywood National Bank of Crescent Heights, California, Charter 11880. This exciting discovery note bears the serial number 1485 and is boldly signed by the bank president Geo B. Mauser. For almost 100 years, the note has been safely sequestered away by the daughter of the president and has never changed hands. Clean and crisp paper, with a few barely noticeable handling marks, the note is of high quality and near Uncirculated.

Crescent Heights is an affluent neighborhood of West Hollywood in Los Angeles county. The bank charter was formed in 1924 under the supervision of the Federal Reserve. A total of approximately $65,580 worth of $10 notes were issued. The bank closed in 1926 and was absorbed by Pacific Southwest Trust & Savings Bank of Los Angeles, at which time there were approximately 2300 notes outstanding. What happened to these remaining notes is unclear. This note, serial number 1485, is the only known example from this elusive Charter.

SALE NOTICE
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