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    St. John's, NF- Government of Newfoundland $1 Jan. 2, 1920 Ch. # NF-12b.
    The Newfoundland Treasury Notes of 1920 were issued to deal with a shortage of silver coin (precipitated, as Charlton notes, by the withdrawal of the cash notes) at a time when the price of silver was very high on world markets. By 1939, about 99% of the total amount of these notes printed had been redeemed and destroyed. Well margined PMG Very Fine 25 EPQ, with good color and original surfaces.
    From The St. John's Collection of Newfoundland Banknotes


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