1855 Chinese 3-tael note sells for $10,620 at AIA auction
- Published: May 24, 2012, 8 PM
An 1855 Chinese 3-tael note sold for $10,620 during the May 15 Archives International Auctions Sale XI in New Jersey.
The auction realized $243,000 during the first auction held in the AIA’s new offices in Fort Lee, N.J. The new offices, located just across the George Washington Bridge from New York City, offers the firm the opportunity to schedule monthly mini-auctions and well as the firm’s LIVE auctions, according to Robert Schwartz, president of AIA.
Print catalogs are available for $25 in the United States and $35 for overseas requests. The catalog is available for viewing on the firm’s website at www.archivesinternational.com.
For more information about the upcoming auction contact the firm by telephone at 201-944-4800, by fax 201-871-4345 or by email at email@example.com.
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