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JOHN MORTIMER COURTNEYThe civil servant who specialized in banking and finance signed this Canadian dollar Currency Signed: “J.M. Courtney” 3¼x7¼. Dominion of Canada dollar #936834. John Mortimer Courtney (1838-1920) was an English financier and banker.
Sale Price $180.00
JACK DEMPSEY - CURRENCY SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: TOM DRAKE, KAY FRANCIS, REX STUART, GRACE DARBY, HAZEL RANDALL, MARGARET HOLM, BASIL RATHBONE, GOVERNOR ARTHUR CAPPER, BING CROSBY - HFSID 175535Strip of eight notes from the United States and Algeria and from the Japanese occupation forces, signed by many celebrities, including champion boxer Jack Dempsey, singer Bing Crosby, actors Basil Rathbone, Kay Francis and Tom Drake, trombonist Fred Robinson and Kansas Governor Arthur Capper
Sale Price $595.00
DOUGLAS DILLON and ELIZABETH RUDEL SMITH Dollar bill signed by Douglas Dillon and Elizabeth Rudel Smith, U. S. Secretary of the Treasury and U. S. Treasurer under President John F. Kennedy Dollar bill signed "Elizabeth Rudel Smith" in blue ink and "Douglas Dillon" in black ink. 6x2½. Silver certificate, Series 1957.
Sale Price $252.00
HENRY FOWLER. Currency signed: "Henry H. Fowler" above his facsimile signature on front of a $1.00 U.S. Federal Reserve Note, 6x2½, Series 1963 A. Henry H. Fowler (1908-2000) of Virginia was
Sale Price $162.00
OSCAR MAYER. Silver Certificate signed: "Oscar Mayer", 6¼x2½, Series 1935E.German-born Oscar Mayer founded Oscar Mayer & Brothers in Chicago in 1883. His meatpacking firm became a household name through catchy jingles, the Weinermobile and other innovative marketing strategies
Sale Price $658.75
PAUL ANTHONY SAMUELSON 1936 Chinese five-yuan note signed by the 1970 Nobel Prize laureate for economics Chinese five-yuan note signed: "Paul A Samuelson/MIT, 1977", 6x3. Central Bank of China Note, 1936.
Sale Price $270.00
CONFEDERATE CURRENCY (NORTH CAROLINA, CO-SIGNED BY: R.G. LINDSAY) The seceding state's Public Treasurer signs a 50-cent bill. Currency signed: "R. G. Lindsay" as Public Treasurer, 5x2¾. Raleigh, North Carolina, 1862 September 1. Printed State of North Carolina Treasury note no.
Sale Price $252.00