Heritage Features Flynn Notes at CSNS
By Numismatic News
An Original Series $50
National Gold Bank Note from the diverse Tom
Flynn collection is a top highlight of
Heritage-Currency Auctions of America's April
16-18 sale at the Central States Numismatic
Society convention in Rosemont, Ill.
Flynn acquired the note directly from Amon
Carter at the 1973 American Numismatic
Association convention, according to sale
catalogers, who graded the note very fine and
said it is the finest known Original Series $50
NGBN from the First National Gold Bank of San
Francisco, Calif. They estimate it to sell for
Also to be offered in the auction will be
Canadian notes, Colonial Currency, Fractional
Currency, Military Payment Certificates,
obsolete notes, National Bank Notes, small-size
notes and large-size type notes. More than 169
individuals have consigned lots. This Heritage
sale is the official currency auction of the
Central States Numismatic Society convention,
and will take place Wednesday through Friday,
April 16-18, at the Donald E. Stephens
Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill.
Encased Postage features items from the
Frederick R. Mayer collection, including
merchants such as Ayer's, Buhl, Cook, Irving
House, Hunt & Nash, Gault and Mendum.
Colonials and Confederate Currency will be
offered while a selection of obsolete notes
features a $50 Idaho Territory note issued by
B.M. DuRell & Co.
An online 1,200-lot Final Session will close
April 21 on www.HA.com.
For a sale catalog, $30, call (800) US COINS
(872-6467), ext. 272, or write HCAA, 3500 Maple
Ave., 17th Floor, Dallas, TX 75219. Lots will be
viewable, and bids accepted, at