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    Maryland 17(33) 15s Uncut Pair PCGS Apparent Choice About New 58. This uncut pair of remainders is from Maryland's first issue. This example does not have any folds, but the right-hand edge shows a few small tears that have repaired with archival tape along its entire length and so noted by PCGS. This note is printed on "MARYLAND" watermarked paper and it also has a complete indent. This is also the first time we have handled a multiple on this denomination from this issue. These notes are housed in a PCGS multi-note holder.

    Estimate: $800 - up.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2009
    8th-13th Tuesday-Sunday
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