Submitted by gary burhop on Mon, 01/28/2019 - 12:27
Who handles Depression Era Script? An accumulaton of foreign included Guilford county, NC first issue April 1933 Tax Anticipation notes of 5, 25 and 50cents along with Lodi, NJ Tax Anticipation notes of 1936 denominated $5, 10, 25 and $50. Or, are they common as dirt? firstname.lastname@example.org
All of those Depression scrip
All of those Depression scrip examples you mentioned are quite common, and might go for a few dollars at most on eBay, depending upon condition. Rarer kinds such as unusual stamp scrip or obscure clearinghouse certificates will fetch higher prices. I've never known anyone to spend more than a few hundred dollars for any particular example. It's really a niche specialty.
Depression scrip is an interesting area to collect, although I only have picked up a few inexpensive pieces for my collection.
I found the following website that I find interesting (depressionscrip.com) that has a photo guide of many examples and gives some history of the subject.