Three exceedingly uncommon 19th century U.S. foreign money notes are anticipated to promote for a mixed $7 million when they’re auctioned off subsequent week.
One of many distinctive payments being auctioned is a $1,000 “Rainbow” observe from 1869 that is stated to be the one one among its sort in non-public fingers, in accordance with Stack’s Bowers Galleries. It was final auctioned in 1946 and incorporates a portrait of DeWitt Clinton, who oversaw the development of the Erie Canal throughout his tenure because the sixth governor of New York.
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The public sale contains one other “Rainbow” observe within the $500 denomination that depicts President John Quincy Adams on one aspect and the allegorical determine of Justice — holding stability scales and an upward pointing sword — on the left-hand aspect. In accordance with the public sale home, solely 89,360 examples of this invoice had been printed and in the present day solely three are recognized to exist.
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The bizarre payments embody a well-known 1891 “Marcy Notice” — a $1,000 invoice that includes a portrait of former New York Gov. William L. Marcy that is believed to be the one one among its sort in non-public fingers, in accordance with Stack’s Bowers Galleries. The observe is anticipated to fetch between $2 and $three million.
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One other uncommon $1,000 invoice that was dubbed the “Holy Grail of paper cash” bought for $2 million at public sale in October.