Military | Currency
ROBERT B. ANDERSON Robert Anderson signs a series 1957 Silver Certificate One Dollar Bill. Dollar Bill signed: "Robert B. Anderson", 6x2½. Series 1957 Silver Certificate One Dollar Bill bearing facsimile signatures of U.S. Treasurer Ivy Baker Priest and Secretary of the Treasury Robert B. read more...
Sale Price $180.00
VICENTE T. "BEN" BLAZ A Five Dollar Japanese note signed by the United States Brigadier General, dated 1877. Extremely rare! Currency signed: "V.T. Blaz/BGen USMC/8/8/77", in black felt tip, 6x3. A Japanese Government Five Dollar Note. Vicente T. read more...
Sale Price $198.00
WORLD WAR II: GREGORY "PAPPY" BOYINGTON Signed Japanese Invasion Money. One Dollar Bill signed: "Pappy Boyington", 5½x2½. This one dollar bill was issued by Japan during its occupation of Malaya in World War II (1942-1945). Called "Japanese Invasion Money", the "M" in "ML" stood for Malaya. read more...
Sale Price $405.00
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 read more...
Sale Price $595.00
Japanese occupation currency note, signed by Ferebee with details of the Hiroshima bombing. Ferebee says the bombing occurred at 09:15, an hour later than most accounts, suggesting that his watch was set to the time of his base on Tinian. read more...
Sale Price $552.50
ENOLA GAY CREW: GEORGE R. CARON. Currency signed: "George R. Caron/Tail Gunner -/Enola Gay", 6x2½. One dollar U.S. Federal Reserve Note, Series E, 1988. George R. "Bob" Caron was the tail gunner on the Enola Gay on its historic mission to drop an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan on August 6, 1945. read more...
Sale Price $216.00
ENOLA GAY CREW: THEODORE VAN KIRK The navigator - and last surviving crew member - from the first atomic bomb mission, signs a 100-peso piece of Japanese occupation currency Currency signed: "Dutch Van Kirk/Navigator/Enola Gay/Hiroshima/6 Aug 1945", 6¼x2¾. read more...
Sale Price $552.50
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 read more...
Sale Price $162.00
WILLIAM K. HARRISON, Jr. A 100 Korean Armistice Note signed by the Purple Heart Lieutenant General Currency signed: "W.K. Harrison/LTG, USA (RET)", in black ink, 6¼x3½. A 100 K.D. Korean Armistice Note. William K. Harrison, Jr. read more...
Sale Price $198.00
[SADDAM HUSSEIN] Iraqi 25-dinar note bearing his image, with vignette depicting the Battle of Qadisyyah Currency, unsigned, 6½x2¾. Iraqi paper currency, a 25-dinar note, dating from the Saddam Hussein era and bearing his image in uniform. read more...
Sale Price $510.00
EDGAR D. MITCHELL The lunar module pilot on the Apollo 14 mission signs this American $1 bill Currency signed: "Ed Mitchell" in blue felt tip, 6x2½. Edgar Mitchell (1930-2016), a U.S. read more...
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. read more...
Sale Price $252.00
CLEMENT H. STEVENS. Original Five Dollar Note signed: "C.H. Stevens," 7x3. Charleston, 1853 January 19. "Planters & Mechanics Bank South Carolina Will pay on demand Five Dollars to Bearer." "Published by Toppan.Carpenter & Co. read more...
Sale Price $1,190.00