Archives International will host Wall Street Collectors Bourse auction in October Archives International Auctions has been chosen once again to serve as official auctioneer for the second annual Wall Street Collectors’ Bourse be held Oct. 18-20 at the Museum of American Finance.
previously unknown denomination, early French notes (including Armee Catholique et Royale de Bretagne and Armee Catholique et Royale (1794) issued banknotes, 1940s issue Banque of France essay proof banknotes, and 1940-70 Bank of Ireland issued notes.
Hundreds of banknotes that have been off the market or never offered before at auction will include notes from Argentina, rare China issues, unlisted 1879 and 1880s Keeling Cocos rarities, East Africa, South Africa, Russia, an amazing collection of over 20 Georgia colonial banknotes and original advertising banknotes artwork from Hugo Fleury of Waterlow & Sons fame.
The auction will offer live bidding at both venues, plus phone and live Internet bidding at www.archivesinternational.com. A catalog will be available in late September, with the digital version downloadable or a virtual catalog that can be viewed online the week prior to the printed catalog. Archives International will conduct a first-ever Hong Kong auction on Jan. 25-26, 2013 and will still accept suitable consignments of Asian and worldwide material.
After that, the next worldwide and U.S. banknote auction is tentatively scheduled for early March 2013. Archives International Auctions is located not far from the New Jersey entrance to the George Washington Bridge, at 1580 Lemoine Avenue (Ste. 7) in Fort Lee, N.J.
Archives International Auctions is always looking for quality U.S. and worldwide banknotes, stocks, bonds, stamps, coins and postal history, from better individual items to large collections (for auction or purchase). To sell or consign a single piece or a collection, you may call them at (201) 944-4800, or you can inquire via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about Archives International Auctions and the firm’s upcoming Oct. 20-21 and 23 auction, to be held in conjunction with the Wall Street Collector’s Bourse at the Museum of American Finance in New York City, please log on to www.archivesinternational.com. To find out more about the Wall Street Collectors' Bourse, please contact John Herzog at email@example.com.