These Checks are from Deep River National Bank, Deep River, Connecticut. All large checks have serial numbers on them. The larger bank checks have on them " To Fourth National Bank Of New York ". These checks are in excellent condition, Some have several pin holes in them as this is how they bundled them in those times using pins. Has the cancellation cut in the center of the check. The smaller checks are personal checks drawn on the same bank Deep River National Bank. The date`s vary. In the upper lefthand side you`ll see that there is a Blue 2 cent stamp that says above the head U.S. INTER. REV. Stamp appears to be hand canceled. With the exception of 1885 the larger bank checks have the INTER - SERV STAMP (Orange) imbedded in the paper itself. These Bank Checks were in storage for over 100 years, they were found in a sealed box in an old bank crawl space by accident several years ago. They have no discoloration at all, they are in original condition. Shipping will be U.S. First Class Mail and is included in the price. There are also a small number of Delaware County, New York checks.
Checks will be selected at random for shippng. We will however if given a particular year and or date will try to match for you and ship same. The years available are 1880, 1882, 1883, 1885
While we try to keep up with our website, sometimes we get behind. We only have 6 of these so e-mail before paying, to make sure we still have Delaware checks available.
This page was last updated: August 31, 2018
MAKE CHECK OR MONEY ORDERS OUT TO AND SEND TO:
147 River Street
Deep River,CT. 06417-1947
ALL CHECKS HAVE ENDORSEMENTS AND OR STAMPED ON BACK
DEPOSIT SLIP JULY 10,1883
PERSONAL CHECK #2 1883
CHICAGO STEREOTYPE WORKS AUG.24,1884
PAYABLE TO DEEP RIVER NATIONAL BANK
PROMISSORY NOTE 1880`s
PERSONAL CHECK #1 1882
2 cent INTER-REV STAMP IMBEDED IN CHECK
BUSINESS CHECK 1882
2 cent Blue INTER-REV STAMP
PAY TO MYSELF 30 DAYS AFTER DATE NOV.20,1883 FROM HENRY LINDENMEYER PAPER WARE, NEW YORK
Check comes with NO PROTEST stub still intact (UNIQUE)
ONLY 1 AVAILABLE
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PHOTO`S SHOWN ARE FROM STOCK AND IT SHOULD NOT BE ASSUMED THAT THESE ARE THE PARTICULAR CHECKS YOU WILL RECEIVE. YOU WILL HOWEVER RECEIVE CHECKS IN THE SAME MINT CONDITION SHOWN.
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*********************** ABOVE CHECKS ARE $2.50 EACH ****************************
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Beautiful Solid Oak Frame, Checks are mounted on acid free archival linen mounting board, with acid free archival corner mounts, with TruGard UV Protection Glass to prevent fading from light, mounted to Library of Congress standards for preservation purposes. No glues or adhesives used. The back of the frame is sealed to keep moisture out. The documents mounted in this frame are top to bottom a August 4,1882 personal check for $20.03 made out to FOX CO. Next is a July 10,1883 a CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSITE Slip for $500.00. Has 2 vignette with a woman riding a deer in a flowing gown and the other is a woman with bonnet and holding what appears to be flowers in one hand and a scythe in the other hand. Next is a September 16,1880 check for $6.72 made out to PRATT & WHITNEY Co. And last is a March 21,1882 check for $537.89 issued by The Higganum,Man`F`G,Co. This check has a raised seal on it that says THE HIGGANUM MANUFACTURING CORPORATION around the edge and in the center says ORGANIZED 1877. Also has perfect vignette with a man, a horse,2 sheep, 2 cows, a calf and a pig. Due to the Quill Pen and India Ink used in those days it`s hard for me to tell who some of the signatures are from. The script is just stunning especially when compared to todays penmanship. All have endorsements on back.
The Personal Check and the Pratt & Whitney checks have a 2 cent Inter-Rev Stamp imprinted and The Higganum Manufacturing Check has the blue 2 cent Inter-Rev Stamp attached.
These checks are drawn on or from the Deep River National Bank which was located in the Town of Deep River, Connecticut. These checks are in original condition and were discovered in a sealed box in a crawl space in an old bank building several years ago and since have had very little exposure to artificial light and no exposure to sunlight. These vintage documents will make a great addition to anyone who favors such items. These checks were sealed up for over a hundred years before discovery. Light spot on top check is just that a light spot and is not a defect on the check. All checks are in original condition.