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    Condition Census T11 $5

    T11 $5 1861 PF-4 Cr. 44.
    The July 25th, 1861 issue of $5 notes was not small by any means, 72,885 notes in total, but they were heavily used. Today, few high grade examples exist and the condition census maintained by researcher Pierre Fricke indicates the top 10 is occupied by notes in the Fine to Very Fine grade range with a possible couple of examples topping the VF grade. This PCGS Apparent Very Fine 25 example is part of that elite group. Like many of the others in this range, it has some minor restorations. The paper is bright and attractive with a deep and attractive central design which is lost on the much lower grade examples.
    From The Tennessee Shamrock Collection


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    Sep-Oct, 2013
    25th-1st Wednesday-Tuesday
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