‘Minted’ stationery set for sale in New York City
A minted, hand-crafted stationery from the 1800s is set to be auctioned at Sotheby’s New York on April 27, 2018.
The $500,000 sale will be held at Saks Fifth Avenue.
The sale is set for April 27 at 5 p.m.
Mint is a rare item in American art.
In 1878, George Washington Mint issued a set of three gold coins worth $250.
They were minted at a mint in Philadelphia.
The minting process took nearly five years, and the coins were first used in circulation in 1883.
The U.S. mint was founded in 1837 by John A. Lacy, the first American to hold a commission as the first President of the United States.
The United States minted more than 2,000 coins in the U.K. during the early 1900s, when the British Empire was still forming.
The minting of the American coins in Philadelphia was a unique experience.
They are so rare because the process is so labor-intensive, said George T. Tabor, who is president of the Mint Museum and Archives.
I had never seen them before, and now I’m getting the chance to see them, said Tabor.
One of the most famous coins minted by the U,S.
Mint was the “Signed” one in 1884.
It was the first U. S. coin minted using a die, and was issued by the Philadelphia National Bank, which was then known as the National Bank of the U., the nation’s largest commercial bank.
The coin has a design on the reverse that is almost identical to the one on the US. coin.
The face value of the coin is about $200.
The reverse design on each coin was hand-printed on one side and then soldered onto the other side.
Each coin was then hand-stamped with a mark.
It is a unique piece of American art, said Bob Egan, a member of the Sothebys American Museum in New Orleans.
For more information on the auction, visit www.sothebys.com/sale.