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Post-Confederation Promissory Notes, 1868 - 1905

Currency:CAD Category:Coins & Paper Money Start Price:125.00 CAD Estimated At:250.00 - 500.00 CAD
Post-Confederation Promissory Notes, 1868 - 1905
SOLD
200.00CAD+ buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2019 Oct 04 @ 22:16UTC-4 : AST/EDT

Buyer’s Premiums will be added on all items as per the Terms & Conditions of the sale. Invoices will be emailed out after The Toronto Coin Expo.

Post-Confederation Promissory Notes, 1868 - 1905, all but a few are used but includes an unused commercial college promissory note. Many show bank stamps, where the note was discounted as collateral for a loan, and there are some "rare" banks involved such as Union Bank of Halifax and Bank of Yarmouth. Many have at least one vignette, and sometimes the vignette will have a counterpart on a chartered bank note. There are lots of interesting names to research, including Timmins & Gorman, merchants at Mattawa, Ontario — some of that Timmins family were involved with the founding of Timmins, Ontario. Over fifty documents from the Walter Allan collection.