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    New York March 5, 1776 $2 PMG About Uncirculated 53. Great detail is seen on this attractive, boldly printed, lightly handled $2 that was part of a printing of only 2350 pieces for this denomination. Although the signature in red ink has faded, enough remains visible to discern that the signer was N. Roosevelt. The black ink signature of Cornelius Ray is bold. The emblem on the back is a pair of storks, surrounded by the motto, SALUTARIS SIBI PARENTIBUSQUE (fortunate for itself and its parents). This note has great eye appeal. The current edition of the Newman reference prices these notes at $1250 in EF.

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    December, 2009
    15th Tuesday
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