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    Massachusetts October 18, 1776 4s/6d PMG Very Fine 25, 4s PMG Choice Fine 15. The 4s/6d becomes only the sixth and highest graded example from this popular Codfish issue to grace one of our auctions in six years. There are broad margins on all sides with a bold signature and superb codfish design. But for a better centered back this would likely be a half grade higher. Also in this lot is this Small Change Codfish 4s note that was printed by Paul Revere using face plates that he engraved. The backs were printed by John Gill. It's problem-free for the grade, suffering from the usual pinholes and a split becoming only the fourth example to be offered by us. (Total: 2 notes)

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    September, 2007
    26th-28th Wednesday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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