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    Virginia May 7, 1781 $2000 PMG About Uncirculated 50 EPQ. The highest denomination of the final issue of Virginia notes. By the early 1780's, inflation had necessitated the issuance of higher-denomination notes. Prior to the July 14, 1780 issue, nothing higher than $100 had ever been issued in Virginia. The October 1780 issue included $500 and $1000 notes, and this final emission of May 7, 1781 issued four denominations of $1000 and above. This note is a solid AU, with lovely signatures, excellent margins and, as PMG attests, "Exceptional Paper Quality."
    From The Collection of a Louisiana Gentleman

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    September, 2008
    17th-21st Wednesday-Sunday
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