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    Three Early Colonial Notes DE-68 Delaware June 1, 1759 20s PMG Very Fine 25 Net, Pennsylvania PA-87 July 1, 1757 15s PCGS Fine 15 Apparent and Pennsylvania PA-111 May 1, 1760 15s PCGS Fine 15.
    All three notes were printed by Ben Franklin and carry his name on the back. The two Pennsylvania issues are fairly scarce and seldom seen. The Delaware carries the comment, "Multiple Repairs," the PA-87 is an Apparent for "Repairs and Mounting Marks" and the PA-111 carries multiple negative comments on the back of the holder. None of the repairs are terribly distracting and all three notes are reasonably attractive for their grades. (Total: 3 notes)


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    September, 2017
    6th-12th Wednesday-Tuesday
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