Here is a large silver bar poured at the The Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada in 1920. The bar is marked .995 and has beed assayed to confirm the marking. The stamped weight is 1060.45 oz. Troy. This is a good-till-canceled price and it includes shipping. No credit cards accepted on this item.
This is an attractive Currency Shield with a gray background. It is graded Choice VF per it last sale in the Bowers and Merena "Montgomery" sale in 1998, lot 52. The catalog read in part "Overall quite attractive with a bright crisp appearance to each individual note."
This is a Cincinnatus membership document awarded to John H. Wedell, hand signed by Washington (G. Washington) at Mount Vernon on December 7th, 1785. Countersigned by Henry Knox (H. Knox). This is a fabulously historical document on velenium (lamb skin) with a period backing.