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    New York September 2, 1775 $10 PCGS Apparent Very Fine 25.
    An always popular New York Colonial issue that is really not all that common, much less so than the oft-seen March 5, 1776 notes. PCGS correctly notes stains, edge splits, and tears. Printed by John Holt, with a large elephant vignette seen on the back. A few months ago, we sold a $5 note in a PMG VF 20 Net holder for $199.75.


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    August, 2015
    11th Tuesday
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