Inverted Back T52Inverted Back Error T52 $10 1862 PF-9IB Cr. 373IB.
This inverted back has a high third party grade for this error and is special for another reason as it does not exhibit the downward shift of the back printing that often accompanies PF-9IB. Fricke rates this error number as a rarity of R10, 21 to 50 known, in his Field Edition 2014. This latest edition does not list serial numbers of condition census notes, but we are fortunate in that the Comprehensive Edition 2005 of the Fricke reference does list serial numbers. We see on page 511 of the latter that this error with serial number 7277-C was once listed in first place at the very top of the condition census with a grade of Unc. The census also tells us that this exact note once resided in the Sanderson, Mintz, and Fricke Collections before being acquired by our consignor. This example now resides in a PCGS Choice About New 58 holder. We do see some frivolous handling with a painstaking search of face and back, but in all truthfulness, this may be too harsh of an adjective. Nonetheless, with the latest Fricke reference valuing this number at $3,500 in Unc and at $2,800 in AU, we feel extremely confident in our estimate of . . .
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