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    Pennsylvania March 1, 1769 12s PCGS Apparent Fine 15.
    Even in its Apparent holder, this note is top-pop at both services combined and likely to remain that way far into the future. It faces up like a VF, although it does have some work. Edge splits and minor damage have been repaired and redrawn though all the work is confined to the outer edges. All three signatures are strong and the note is about as rare as a note can get. We have never handled one and this is the only example that either service has ever seen. A highly important colonial note. Two other denominations from this issue were in our 2009 Long Beach auction, an 8s graded PMG 15 realized $1,955 and a £3 in a PCGS 20 holder realized $1,725.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2014
    3rd-8th Wednesday-Monday
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