361 Woodruff Rd
Greenville, SC 29607
We auction lots of different rare items, but numismatics, specifically currency, is likely our strongest area. Our currency auctions have a specific focus on national bank notes, large size type, high denominations, star notes, Canadian currency and other rare and collectible foreign banknotes. Consignments in those areas will be of particular interest. We also have an active bidder base for anything rare in other categories like obsoletes, MPCs, fractionals, errors, colonials, and confederate currency. Check out our FAQs to learn about our low seller rates. Please contact us today if you would like an appraisal, offer, or auction estimate on your paper money.
Ch. 2055 is now represented by just this one note.
This is the nicer of two notes known on Van Nuys, CA.
Wood framed bulletin board with fantastic reverse glass panel.
Here is a nice set of Venice scene Daum Nancy pieces.
This new find is the lowest number on the KC district.
This is the first documented note of any type from Charter 6191.
This newly found Panama City 1929 note should be in demand.
This is rare and beautiful, and that is the perfect combo.
Large DSP sign with great greyhound dog graphic.
Curved porcelain corner sign with phenomenal graphics.
Here is an Indiana trophy note that has never been seen before.
A note from Melrose, MA has never been auctioned before.
Near the best of just six red seals on the entire state.
Double sided Powerlube sign with Tiger Graphics
We love the base on this perfect 16" scenic shade.
We are auctioning several highly prized 18" Handel lamps.
Any light green seal high denom in gem or better is scarce.
Porcelain hanging sign from Greyhound Bus Depot
Here is a freshly discovered MN blue seal with loads of appeal.
Rare and possibly unique reverse glass hubcap sign.
This Colorado Springs Territorial Should Lead Oct. Sale
A fresh and in demand tough type and denomination for Hawaii.
One of several nice Rousseau vases we have consigned.
Here is an early large size type highlight for October.
This is a very pretty blue seal and the best on the town.