DescriptionNorth Carolina March 9, 1754 10s PCGS Apparent Very Fine 30.
The apparent grade is due to a repaired center split and an edge split, which are certainly present, but very inconsequential with no paper loss or materials added. The signatures and vignette are bold and sharp. This is well above what is typically seen with massively restored examples being the norm. This denomination is seen with less frequency than the other higher denomination notes. We just sold a PCGS VF 35 for $575 and this note is essentially the same grade with the same look.
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