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    Montreal, PQ- The Bank of Montreal $5 Sep. 3, 1912 Ch. 505-52-02
    A pleasing mid-grade note with bold signatures and design details. This is the first issued note from the 1912 emission that we have sold from the Bank of Montreal. The most recent census of Canadian bank notes shows just two of these $5's listed in the Very Fine grade, with none finer. With one locked up permanently in an institutional collection, and this note topping out at the high end of the VF scale, it may very well be the finest example available to collectors. PMG Very Fine 30 with mention of some stains, which hare minor to say the least.


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2014
    9th-13th Thursday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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