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mvnb767355
Anything new obtained?  Just received this one.  This railroad was was just 35 miles long, from Bigelow, MO to Burlington Junction, MO.  Existed from 1879 to 1900 and was bought by the CB&Q.  

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Looking for Missouri Nationals/NW Missouri/SW Iowa
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Steve in Tampa

Nice certificate.

New/Recent Purchases already have a thread.
https://www.papermoneyforum.com/post/recent-purchases-8250121?pid=1311273421

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GregAlex
Thanks for sharing that Nodaway stock -- love that locomotive! Steve pointed out that new purchase thread on the main forum, which is a great place for currency. I don't have a problem with having something similar on this sub-forum for things like vignette proofs, souvenir cards, and other banknote-related ephemera.

Here's the latest addition to my vignette collection -- my first one from the Banknote Corp. of America. I like the Concorde flying across the background.
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mvnb767355
Thanks Steve....I was looking for a "new post" for engravings.....so I started this one. Sorry.
Looking for Missouri Nationals/NW Missouri/SW Iowa
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Steve in Tampa
My apologies @mvnb767355
  • I wasn’t paying attention and didn’t notice it was under the Souvenir Card Category. I think it’s just fine. Once again, I’m sorry.
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CurrencyDen1
I received my order of 33 souvenir cards for 60 cents each (net) & thought I would show some.  Of course I love all the ANA educational note series (front & back) + the $5 Onepapa note.  I also now have the only 24 cent inverted Curtis  "Jenny" stamp I will ever be able to afford.  I also now have a good start on Zeppelins!
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Dan Cong

An iconic building - 
FLATIRON BUILDING CORPORATION Bond 1925. Manhattan New York City.jpg 
FLATIRON BUILDING CORPORATION Bond 1925. Manhattan New York City 2.jpg 

In October 1925, Harry S. Black, in need of cash for his U.S. Realty Company, sold the Flatiron Building to a syndicate set up by Lewis Rosenbaum, who also owned assorted other notable buildings around the U.S. The price was $2 million, which equaled Black’s cost for buying the lot and erecting the Flatiron. The syndicate defaulted on its mortgage in 1933, and was taken over by the lender, Equitable Life Assurance Company after failing to sell it at auction.
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GregAlex
I also now have the only 24 cent inverted Curtis  "Jenny" stamp I will ever be able to afford.  I also now have a good start on Zeppelins!
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Ha! -- That's exactly the reason I picked these cards up when I was just learning about souvenir cards. I could never have afforded the actual Zeps.

Here's one of my latest purchases. An engraved invitation to a BEP reception during the 7th Pacific Rim Banknote Printers Conference in 1987. I think this will end up being cataloged as an FB card.

7th Pac Rim Bknote Conf invite cover.jpg  7th Pac Rim Bknote Conf invite back.jpg  7th Pac Rim Bknote Conf invite inside.jpg 
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GregAlex
Dan Cong wrote:

An iconic building - 
 
FLATIRON BUILDING CORPORATION Bond 1925. Manhattan New York City 2.jpg 


That's a great bond, Tom! There's a building in Portland, Oregon that always reminds me of the Flatiron, but on a much smaller scale:
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Dan Cong
I have a block of four of the Jenny's - worth anything ? They are unused

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Steve in Tampa
That block of 4 sold for $2.7M in 2005.
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tigertrader

I am a nice guy so I will round it up to $1, don't worry about repaying me the .06 ...


I received my order of 33 souvenir cards for 60 cents each (net) & thought I would show some.  Of course I love all the ANA educational note series (front & back) + the $5 Onepapa note.  I also now have the only 24 cent inverted Curtis  "Jenny" stamp I will ever be able to afford.  I also now have a good start on Zeppelins! 


@CurrencyDen1 thank you for pointing these out in the other thread. I was also able to pick up a lot of them for like $8 and it has many decent cards in it! I meant to go back and say that in the other thread but forgot and seeing your post jogged my memory...
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GregAlex
Dan Cong wrote:
I have a block of four of the Jenny's - worth anything ? They are unused.


I like the colors on those. You could stick them on an envelope and mail them to me. But tear off that selvage at the the bottom with the number, that's just annoying. 😎
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CurrencyDen1
I received 10 "B" souvenir cards today I scored (of course thanks to Greg) on Ebay.  I picked all cards with currency images except this one, B-217.  I just liked the engraving!  (Scanner at fault, not card).
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GregAlex
A little back story: Renovated butter was spoiled butter that was reprocessed for consumption. Just a little something that the butter industry pushed through to avoid waste. Yum!
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tigertrader

WHAT?    Mind blown!
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mfontes
Couldn’t be worse than butter milk.
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