Early American History Auction: October 21, 2006 Early American announces the release of the catalog for its October 21st • Mail Bid and Internet Auction, consisting of 845 lots of Authentic, Historic Autographs, Coins, Currency and Americana.
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Early American History Auctions, Inc. announces the release of the catalog for its October 21st, Mail Bid and Internet Auction, consisting of 845 lots of Authentic, Historic Autographs, Coins, Currency, Encased Postage Stamps, Civil War Material, Prints, Maps, and other Americana.
Additional items will be offered in the following areas: Colonial America, American Revolution, Washington-related, Post-Revolutionary War to Civil War, Civil War, Lincoln-related, Black History and Slavery, Famous Signers on Continental Currency, Colonial Notes Printed by Benjamin Franklin, Fiscal Paper and Stamps, Fractional Currency, Colonial and Washington Coinage, Medals, Ancient and World Coins, Newspapers, Pamphlets, Books, Posters, Political, Silk Ribbons, Americana, Judaica, Fossils, Meteorites, and Cultural Artifacts.
Early American History Auctions - October 21st Auction
We will accept absentee mail, phone, fax, and email bids
until 5:00 PM Pacific Time on Saturday, October 21, 2006.
Early American publishes an Internet version of their catalogs and Prices Realized at www.EarlyAmerican.com. Every item in the catalog is shown both enlarged and in full color, along with complete descriptions, Terms of Sale, Bid Form, Bidding Hints, etc.
Printed Catalogs may be purchased at the individual price of $25 per catalog or at the annual subscription rate of $72 for a full year of catalogs.
Consignments of Important Material
are Now Being Accepted
For Our Upcoming 2007 Auctions
For Additional Information and Consignment Terms, please contact:
Mr. Dana Linett, President, at (858) 759-3290, Fax (858) 759-1439
or write to P.O. Box 3507, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067