H.R.Harmer and Archives International to Auction Historic American Bank Note Archive

. February 13, 2009

H.R.Harmer and Archives International announce the auction of historic worldwide banknotes, stocks and bonds from the American Bank Note Company archives including hundreds of rare worldwide banknotes.

Dr. Robert Schwartz, President of Archives International, “The American Bank Note Archive auctions have been one of the most challenging and interesting endeavors I have been involved with in my 20 years as a collector-researcher-dealer. Everyday brings new surprises and only reinforces the immense scope of security printed items produced by this amazing company and its predecessors. ”

There are over 2,330 lots of material in this sale including over 900 lots of rare stocks & bonds. Categories include railroads, mining, worldwide, sports and other topics.

There are close to 1,100 lots of U.S. and Worldwide proof, specimen and issued banknotes in this auction including many rarities seen for the first time. Some of the high lights include:

190+ lots of Proof, Specimen and Issued Banknotes, stocks and bonds from Mexico

40+ lots of Philippines Essay Specimen and Proof Banknotes and stocks and bonds

For more information on this auction visit WWW.ABNHARMERAUCTIONS.COM . This is a live auction including phone; agent; Fax and internet bidding on Archives International – Artfact Auction House Partner Current Sales. The entire auction is also posted on H.R. Harmer Inc. with photos of all lots and additional bidding information.

The auction will take place at H.R.Harmer, Inc., in Bethel, Connecticut on February 18th to 20th, 2009. Dr.Robert Schwartz, President of Archives International, LLC, has been active in the fields of numismatics and philatelics for over 20 years and is actively buying, selling and consulting in the fields of historical documents, paper money, stocks and bonds, stamps and security printing ephemera.

H.R.Harmer, Inc.
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