Result list 31 October 2020

The results of our October 31 sale are now online. Unsold items can be obtained in our aftersale until November 29 (first come, first served). .

Lotnumber: 1178
6% Bond of 8000 pesos. black. Folds and some faint brown staining. Large format with text in English and Spanish. Issued to Baring Brothers, London. News of the French Revolution and the American Revolutionary War brought liberal ideas to Latin America. After the French seized powerin Spain, Buenos Aires formed its own junta on May 25, 1810 and invited the other provinces to join. It declared its independence in 1811. Military campaigns led by General José de San Martín between 1814 and 1817 made independence increasingly a reality. In 1816, a Congress gathered in Tucuman and finally issued a formal declaration of independence from Spain. The United Kingdom officially recognized Argentine independence in 1825, with the signing of a Treaty of Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation on February 2. This allowed Argentina and its states to raise finance on the London capital market, and so led to the Barings loan, of which this is a part. The loan soon went into default, and remained there until 1857, when a settlement was reached. Arms of Argentina. Hand signed by "Don Manuel H. du Aguirre", President of Buenos Ayres, also endorsed and signed by the British Consul there. Extremely early date for South American scripophily. Scarce.
Date: 16 April 1828
Quality: VF
Startprice: € 750