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    Pennsylvania March 1, 1769 £3 PCGS Apparent Very Fine 25.
    The highest denomination note of the four emitted from this March 1, 1769 issue. A superior grade note, quite bold; the back has a very deeply inked nature print as well as the Hall and Sellers imprint. Noted only with a "Small Edge Split at Left." This is better than most notes from the issue date. This will be only the third we've ever handled of this note and only the second genuine example. That genuine note was a PCGS 20 which we auctioned in 2009 at Long Beach as part of the Midnight Ride Collection. It realized $1725. This boldly signed, very attractive example could approach that figure.

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    Apr-May, 2016
    27th-2nd Wednesday-Monday
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