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    Connecticut July 1, 1780 5s PCGS About New 50.
    Very rare uncanceled, and in fact, the first example of this denomination that we have ever handled without a cancelation. Listed as rare and unpriced in either Friedberg or Newman as an uncanceled note in spite of being extremely common hole canceled and fairly common slit canceled. It is a solid AU with no problems listed on the holder.


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    Auction Dates
    Sep-Oct, 2013
    25th-1st Wednesday-Tuesday
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