Auction Lots  :  Internet Auction #1145

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    1895-S $1 DGS VF35 Details (Lightly Cleaned)

    Vault Value
    Next Bid: $425.00
    Closes: 3D 19H

    The 1895-S is one our favorite dates in the series as a sleeper issue that is surprisingly difficult to locate in AU and above. Nice remaining luster with good details, this piece seems quite nice for the grade. The cleaning is rather light and we've seen worse not described as such, but for accuracy's sake it is still there.


    ABNC Stamp Plate Collection

    American Bank Note Company: Arizona Printing Plate (Tobacco Tax)

    Vault Value
    Next Bid: $1,200.00
    Closes: 3D 20H

    Steel 5.5 x 4 inches. This engraved plate was used to manufacture 1 cent tobacco tax stamps for the state of Arizona. Ten complete stamps are featured on this plate. Plate no. 81900. This unique plate is part of an exciting offering from the Continental Collection of American Bank Note Company Stamp Plates unlike virtually anything we have ever offered. The term unique is absolutely accurate here as these plates represent the actual dies used to create the finished products and in many cases trial designs along the way to a finished stamp mostly for late 19th and early 20th Century issues.


    ABNC Stamp Plate Collection

    American Bank Note Company: Iowa Printing Plate (Liquor Certificate)

    Vault Value
    Next Bid: $1,200.00
    Closes: 3D 20H

    Steel 4 x 3 inches. Engraved plate engraved with a State of Iowa liquor certificate (guaranteeing authenticity of the contents). Outline of the state which forms the border along with the state seal. Plate no. 6399. This unique plate is part of an exciting offering from the Continental Collection of American Bank Note Company Stamp Plates unlike virtually anything we have ever offered. The term unique is absolutely accurate here as these plates represent the actual dies used to create the finished products and in many cases trial designs along the way to a finished stamp mostly for late 19th and early 20th Century issues.


    ABNC Stamp Plate Collection

    American Bank Note Company: New Hampshire Printing Plate (Ship)

    Vault Value
    Next Bid: $1,875.00
    Closes: 3D 20H

    Steel 2.5 x 3 inches. Engraved plate with a single New Hampshire 2 cent tobacco products tax stamp. Central vignette of a merchant ship with a wreath surrounding. Plate no. 79792. This unique plate is part of an exciting offering from the Continental Collection of American Bank Note Company Stamp Plates unlike virtually anything we have ever offered. The term unique is absolutely accurate here as these plates represent the actual dies used to create the finished products and in many cases trial designs along the way to a finished stamp mostly for late 19th and early 20th Century issues.


    ABNC Stamp Plate Collection

    American Bank Note Company: Pennsylvania Printing Plate (State Seal)

    Vault Value
    Next Bid: $1,200.00
    Closes: 3D 20H

    Steel 3.5 x 3.25 inches. Engraved printing plate with a single Commonwealth of Pennsylvania $2.00 stock transfer revenue stamp. State seal at center. Plate no. 79415. This unique plate is part of an exciting offering from the Continental Collection of American Bank Note Company Stamp Plates unlike virtually anything we have ever offered. The term unique is absolutely accurate here as these plates represent the actual dies used to create the finished products and in many cases trial designs along the way to a finished stamp mostly for late 19th and early 20th Century issues.


    ABNC Stamp Plate Collection

    American Bank Note Company: United States Printing Plate (Military Themed)

    Vault Value
    Next Bid: $1,875.00
    Closes: 3D 20H

    Steel 4 x 3.5 inches. Printing plate engraved with an allegorical military-theme vignette with portraits of a sailor, pilot, and soldier. Plate no. 8012. This unique plate is part of an exciting offering from the Continental Collection of American Bank Note Company Stamp Plates unlike virtually anything we have ever offered. The term unique is absolutely accurate here as these plates represent the actual dies used to create the finished products and in many cases trial designs along the way to a finished stamp mostly for late 19th and early 20th Century issues.