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    North Carolina May 28, 1757 £5 per Centum PCGS Very Fine 30.
    This entire issue is extremely rare and unpriced in Newman or Friedberg. Although some denominations have not been seen in both varieties, it is presumed that all four denominations were printed with the words, "per Cent or per Centum." This variety is listed on the PCGS holder as a NC-90a with the words per Cent on the holder. The note is actually a per Centum variety, a NC-90b. This note is in an incredible grade for the issue. The back is heavily handwritten and has six red wax marks from a previous mounting, but none of those problems show through to the face. Both signatures are strong and every word of the text is clear and bold.
    From the Thomas A. Gray Collection of North Carolina Colonial Currency

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2018
    5th-11th Wednesday-Tuesday
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