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    New Jersey March 25, 1776 Strip of Four - 3s, 12s, 18d and 12s PCGS Choice About New 58PPQ.
    Extremely rare as a multiple in spite of the fact that the individual notes are quite common. The numbering sequence leaves itself open as an interesting research project, as the two 12s are consecutively numbered, but the 3s and 18d notes are 23,500 numbers apart. All four notes are well-signed, bright and attractive. There are no real comps. In the weak 2009 market, we sold a raw AU strip for $1,955. In 2013, we sold a 40 apparent strip that was brittle and burnt with large pieces missing for $440. The Colonial market is better now, particularly for unusual items and this strip certainly qualifies for that.

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    January, 2018
    3rd-9th Wednesday-Tuesday
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