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    Delaware February 28, 1746 15s. Two Examples. Fair
    Delaware February 28, 1746 20s. Two Examples. Fair.

    These notes were printed by Benjamin Franklin and this is the first time we have had examples of the 15s in any of our auctions. All four worn apart notes have been repaired to varying degrees with silk. "B. Franklin" can be read on both 20s, while a few letters of the future statesman name can be made out on one of the 15s, while the other 15s has a backing where the "Franklin" name is. This is the earliest obtainable Delaware issue. There will be no returns on this lot for any reason. (Total: 4 notes)


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2008
    15th Tuesday
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