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    Massachusetts December 7, 1775 1s/4d PCGS Apparent Fine 15. In a PCGS Red Holder, with the comment, "restored split at center." The work has been very well done, and the note has an excellent overall appearance for the assigned grade. It's a solid example with a strong back vignette. While none of the notes from this issue can be considered common, it is our experience that these lower denominations are seen with considerably less frequency. This piece is #4802 out of only 6,250 printed. No counterfeits were made of the lower denominations, so the tedious process of deciding genuineness becomes moot.

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    May, 2007
    21st Monday
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