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    Virginia May 1, 1780 $2 PCGS Choice About New 58PPQ.
    This crisp red and black printed note that is fully signed on both its face and back and was fully issued. Signed by Forster Webb on the reverse "Guarantee" line and by John Lyne and Jonathan Boush upon its face. The edges and corner tips are all extremely sharp and this gorgeous note has outstanding freshness and overall eye appeal. It is perfectly centered on both its face and back. It was printed by Hall & Sellers on specially produced watermarked "FEDERATION" period laid paper. A separate printed interest payment table showing 5% per year, is located on the face side at the lower left. Having the eye appeal of Gem CU, this gorgeous PCGS certified Choice AU 58PPQ note is a valuable addition for any collection.


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    September, 2019
    4th-9th Wednesday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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