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    Pennsylvania July 1, 1757 20s About New. This is an incredible grade for the issue, which is not listed above Very Good in Friedberg or Fine in Newman. In 40 years of handling Colonial notes, we have seen only a single example of this issue that was marginally nicer than this piece. It's well margined, with three legible signatures and a strong serial number. The inverted back has a perfectly clear, "Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall. 1757." imprint, as this note was at one time blank paper and ink in a bottle at the Philadelphia shop of our nation's first sage.

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    January, 2002
    10th-12th Thursday-Saturday
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