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Harmony Institute $3 Note 1817

Harmony Institute $3 Note 1817

Harmony, PA was founded by the Harmonists who, upon their decision to leave for Indiana, sold it to the Mennonites. Jacob Schneeā€™s signature appears on this note as President and he also operated the first all girls school west of the Alleghenies; the Harmony Institute.

Serial #548

 

Priced at: $245.00

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Natchez, Mississippi 50-Cent Note 1862 PMG F15

Natchez, Mississippi 50-Cent Note 1862 PMG F15

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PMG Cert #1074462-016

 

Priced at: $235.00

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New Jersey Colonial Currency 1776 1 Shilling PMG 64EPQ

New Jersey Colonial Currency 1776 1 Shilling PMG 64EPQ

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PMG Cert #1519754-001

 

Priced at: $450.00

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New Jersey Colonial Currency 1776 18P PMG 58EPQ

New Jersey Colonial Currency 1776 18P PMG 58EPQ

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PMG Cert #1046967-005

 

Priced at: $700.00

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Operation Bernhard Bank of England Fifty-Pound Counterfeit PCGS Apparent EF45

Operation Bernhard Bank of England Fifty-Pound Counterfeit PCGS Apparent EF45

Operation Bernhard was a major counterfeiting program instituted by the German government and directed by SS Major Bernhard Kruger to produce counterfeit British currency during World War II. The notes that were eventually produced have been considered some of the most perfect counterfeits ever to be discovered and were meant to destabilize the British economy during the war by causing inflation after release. The counterfeits were produced with denominations of five, ten, twenty and fifty Pounds and most are believed to be have been disposed of at the bottom of Lake Toplitz at the end of the war. This example is from a fifty Pound note with a PCGS grade of Apparent EF45 with noted edge damage at right and serial number 46742.

 

Priced at: $325.00

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Operation Bernhard Bank of England Ten-Pound Counterfeit PCGS Apparent EF45

Operation Bernhard Bank of England Ten-Pound Counterfeit PCGS Apparent EF45

Operation Bernhard was a major counterfeiting program instituted by the German government and directed by SS Major Bernhard Kruger to produce counterfeit British currency during World War II. The notes that were eventually produced have been considered some of the most perfect counterfeits ever to be discovered and were meant to destabilize the British economy during the war by causing inflation after release. The counterfeits were produced with denominations of five, ten, twenty and fifty Pounds and most are believed to be have been disposed of at the bottom of Lake Toplitz at the end of the war. This example is from a ten Pound note with a PCGS grade of Apparent EF45 with noted edge damage at right, pinholes and small rust spots with serial number 30110.

 

Priced at: $225.00

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Operation Bernhard Bank of England Ten-Pound Counterfeit PCGS VF35

Operation Bernhard Bank of England Ten-Pound Counterfeit PCGS VF35

Operation Bernhard was a major counterfeiting program instituted by the German government and directed by SS Major Bernhard Kruger to produce counterfeit British currency during World War II. The notes that were eventually produced have been considered some of the most perfect counterfeits ever to be discovered and were meant to destabilize the British economy during the war by causing inflation after release. The counterfeits were produced with denominations of five, ten, twenty and fifty Pounds and most are believed to be have been disposed of at the bottom of Lake Toplitz at the end of the war. This example is from a ten Pound note with a PCGS grade of VF35 and serial number 16164.

 

Priced at: $225.00

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Rhode Island Colonial Currency 1780 Set $1 Through $20 PCGS 63-65PPQ

Rhode Island Colonial Currency 1780 Set $1 Through $20 PCGS 63-65PPQ

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$1 PCGS 65PPQ Cert #80309569
$3 PCGS 64PPQ Cert #80309570
$7 PCGS 63PPQ Cert #80309571
$8 PCGS 64PPQ Cert #80309572
$20 PCGS 65PPQ Cert #80309573

 

Priced at: $2,500.00

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South Carolina Colonial Currency 1776 $4 PCGS 64

South Carolina Colonial Currency 1776 $4 PCGS 64

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PCGS Cert #80158318

 

Priced at: $450.00

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Contact Information

Numismatic Americana Incorporated
P.O. Box 608
Chester, NJ 07930

William Shamhart, Jr.
Phone: 1-908-962-1500
email: Bill@numismaticamericana.com

Notes on Our Next Show

Whitman Coin & Collectibles Expo
Table 511
October 30-November 2, 2014
Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD

If you have items to SELL please stop by our table and we will be happy to discuss purchasing them

We will also have many items with us for you to view. If you are looking for anything in particular, or have an interest in anything on our website, please email or give us a call, prior to the show and we will make sure we bring this item for you to view.

Thank you and we look forward to meeting you.

Show Schedule

Whitman Coin & Collectibles Expo
Table 511
October 30-November 2, 2014
Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD

Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum Coin Expo
November 8, 2014
Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum
Allentown, PA

58th Money Show of the Southwest
December 4-6, 2014
George R. Brown Convention Center
Houston, TX

FUN 60th Annual Convention
January 8-11, 2015
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL

National Money Show
March 5-7, 2015
Oregon Convention Center
Portland, OR

Central States Numismatic Society
April 22-25, 2015
Schaumburg Convention Center
Schaumburg, IL

Colorado Springs Coin Show
June 25-28, 2015
Freedom Financial Services Expo Center
Colorado Springs, CO