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    New Hampshire Counterfeit November 3, 1775 40s PMG Extremely Fine 40.
    A charming note that was deemed a counterfeit by PMG probably because the period after "hereof" is below the "e" instead of the "n" in "Payments." Newman goes on to say on page 471 of his fifth edition, "this counterfeit is under study because the type could have slipped. The same type fonts were used for the counterfeits as well as the genuine bills." The legal notes were printed by Daniel Fowle, while his nephew, Robert Fowle, printed the counterfeits. The third party label cites tear repairs.
    From the David F. Noyes Collection, Part I


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    September, 2019
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