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    Serial #5 North Carolina March 9, 1754 40s PCGS Apparent Very Fine 30.
    "While we normally don't ogle over such run of the mill colonials allow your cataloger to fawn over this piece. It is fresh and bright with three bold signatures and razor sharp printing. PCGS does note multiple pinholes and repaired splits and tears. Of particular note is that it has super low serial number 5 which should greatly increase both its desirability and value." This was our description when we sold this note for $293.75 in September 2012. We just sold a run of the mill Apparent VF 35 for $270 and with the super low serial number this should easily be worth more.

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    March, 2014
    4th Tuesday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 1
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