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    Connecticut June 1, 1773 2s6d PCGS Apparent Very Fine 35. A much scarcer issue, and in fact, the first and only example of its number that HCAA has handled. The "Apparent" grade is due to "Edge Splits." There are just two of them, about a quarter of an inch long, at the left and right of the horizontal center fold. Amazingly inexpensive for its rarity.

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    March, 2009
    29th Sunday
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