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    Pennsylvania July 1, 1757 15s PCGS Very Fine 35.
    Only the sixth example we have offered according to our archives, this is the highest graded example by fifteen points. All three signatures remain clearly visible on this plate letter A note. B. Franklin and D. Hall were the printers. The PCGS Apparent Very Fine 20 example we offered in our 2009 Long Beach auction sold for $862.50 while a PMG Fine 12 Net note in that same sale sold for $575. That was the last time we were able to offer one of these notes until now. This higher graded example, housed in a comment free holder, should do considerably better.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2012
    5th-10th Thursday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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