sued by the State of New York, town of Sandy Creek in aid of the Syracuse Northern Railroad Co. .#313, I/C, $100 7% 20 yr bearer bond. Issued March 1, 1870. GREEN, yellow seal, Vignette top 4-4-0 w. cars leaving town of Sandy Creek and bottom left 4-4-0 rounding curve. $100 green underprint. Henry Seibert & Bros printer. Vf State: New York City: Date: 1870
25 shares of Nevada and Oregon Railroad Co. cert. #10 issued to Trennon Coffin on Sept 16, 1881. Signed by T. Coffin, secy. and Wheeler, pres. Raised co. seal. Incorporated April 25, 1881. Nevada and Oregon Railroad operated from Reno, NV northwest near present-day Hallelujah Junction continuing on to Oneida, CA in 1882. Today a part of that route is part of Union Pacific's branch connecting Feather River with Reno. Nevada and Oregon line incorporated June 5, 1880 based in Reno. A foreclosure in
Great big grab bag of authentic studio-used model sheet prints from a number of different Disney productions (including on early animated commercial). These are printed on photographic paper in sizes of 14" x 11" and 17" x 14", distributed only to animators working on each film. There are model sheets from : "Horse Suggestions," "Boy Clean-Up Model," and "Knight Clean-Up Model Sheet." From : "All the Cats Join(ed) In" and two more from this segment, featuring Fred Moore's "Freddy's Girls," plus
Mine names printed on the left side of the certificate: Graphic, St. James, Windsor, Crown Point, Crown Point Tunnel, Savage, Belcher & Princton. All located on Sheep Mountain, Robinson, Summit County, Colorado. No. 319, issued for $100 on June 5, 1883. Signed by president S.W. Hayward and the secretary. Not cancelled. Green border. Vignette of mining claims on a mountain. Four coupons attached. Printed by Collier & Cleaveland Lith, Denver. 6.5 x 12.25" Bent corner, folds. () State: Colorado Cit
Two bonds from the Albany and Susquehanna Railroad. 1) $1,000 first mortgage , 3-1/2% Forty year Gold Bonds. Unissued. No 983. Bond extended to April 7, 1921. 2) 4-1/2% General Mortgage Bond due July 1,1975. Albany and Susquehanna Railroad was a 6 ft broad-gauge railroad that connected Albany to Binghamton, New York. It operated from 1851 to 1870. Unlisted in Cox. State: City: Date:
Offered here Baseball HOFer’s Signed 3×5 Index Cards (10). The lot includes – Edd Roush; Riggs Stephenson; Carl Hubbell; Al Lopez; Rick Ferrell; Jimmy Reese; Luke Sewell; Burleigh Grimes; Charles Gehringer and Rip Sewell. All signatures are in blue/black ink and grade 8/9. Authentication: JSA Auction House Letter
1) City of Butte. 1890. 15 coupons remaining, Gold & Wihte. Excellent condition other than folds. Hole cancelled, Bottom left corner ripped, Not tears or damage at fold intersections. 2) 1900. 19 coupons reamining. Hole cancelled. No condition issues. 3) 1921. Hole cancelled. Excellent condition. State: Montana City: Butte Date: 1890, 1921
Two Goldfield Mining stock and Goldfield Enterprise & Esmeralda County News. 1) 5 shares of Goldfield Consolidated Mines Co., cert. # N.Y.07556 issued to Miss Elbie J. Miller dated April 11, 1919. Printed: Western Bank Note & Engraving Co., Chicago. 2) 1000 shares of Diamondfield Black Butte Re-Organized Mining Company, cert. # 5091 issued to H.H. Burt with corporate seal, dated June 21, 1913, signed by Harry Ruhl, secy. Location: Goldfield, Esmeralda County, NV. November, 1958 issue of Goldfiel
Ohio Body & Blower Co, Inc in Ohio issued unlisted number of shares to Elmer H Bright and Co. cert. #8/0 123 dated and registered Apr 25, 1920. Assigned Apr 29, 1920. Green border and co. seal. Vignette of women with globe behind her reading a book. Nov 11, 1919 the Ohio Body & Blower Co. was organized and incorporated in the state of Ohio. to take over the business of the Ohio Blower Co., which was incorporated in Ohio November 6, 1901. At that time the firm listed its principle products as aut
The lot comes with all (115) 3.5" x 5.5" Bronze Bust Football Hall of Fame Postcards shown. Please note, only (21) of the postcards have been hand-signed in black felt-tip pen by Bob Lilly, Chris Hanburger, Randy White, Carl Eller, Kellen Winslow, Lem Barney, Mike Haynes, Dave Wilcox, Bob St. Clair, Roger Wehrli, Floyd Little, Ozzie Newsome, Ken Houston, Charley Taylor, Bobby Bell, Elvin Bethea, Stan Jones, Joe Greene, Bob Brown, Raymond Berry, and Larry Little.
A black 7-hole punch binder with over 50 Pied Piper company checks from the East Bank of Palo Alto. The checks are in great condition and feature a right side column for Pied Piper's accounting department.
Excellent lot of about (150)different modern coil stamp covers. (50)plus are franked with various denominations, all of which have plate # singles, A few have large pieces. Then there are a group of about (20)22¢ flags with test coil singles. Finally there are (70)+ various correctly postally used decimal coils and other odd denominations on covers. May are non-profit rate covers. Also there are a fair number of used plate # coil stamps off cover, on pages as well. A great modern postal history
# 130 for 120 shares to WH Wasson trustee. SIgned by John DeW Allen and vice president Joseph D Redding. Dateline San Francisco 1891. Incorporated February 1890. Red and black print on white. Carlisle & Co. printer. Not cancelled. 1892 assessment stamp on back. Pin holes. Bottom left corner rounded. Nice! Manufacturer of a window-sash balance. State: California City: San Francisco Date: 1891
UPA Studio was at its zenith in the late '50s with hit characters like Mr. Magoo and Gerald McBoing-Boing. In this lot are three envelopes of holiday items gifted from the studio at that time. The first two envelopes contain Christmas posters highlighting popular UPA cartoons. One contains a pair of 20" x 29" Santa posters featuring Mr. Magoo. The second envelope contains five 20" x 29" Christmas posters promoting the show on CBS. The third envelope holds assorted Christmas cards sent to UPA an
Lot of (3) 1912 T202 Hassan Triple Folders with Hall of Famers. Includes #46 Fletcher/Mathewson "Devlin Gets His Man" (SGC 3 VG); #61 Evers/Chance "Evers Makes A Safe Slide" (SGC 2.5 GD+); and #106 Wood/Speaker "Speaker Rounding Third" (SGC 3 VG): SGC 2.5 GD+ and 3 VG
John Quincy Adams note signed, datelined Washington, 2 June 1846. Adams confirms receipt of documents, "Received from the Clerk House Reps U.S. five volumes Executive Documents 2d session of 28th Congress. [signed] J.Q. Adams". Note measures approximately 8.5" x 2.75" with unevenly trimmed top and bottom edges. Very good plus condition with very bold writing. John Quincy Adams note signed, datelined Washington, 2 June 1846. Adams confirms receipt of documents, "Received from the Clerk House Reps