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    CT65/491 "Havana" Counterfeit $100 1864.
    A nice high-grade example of this famous so-called $100 Havana counterfeit featuring plate letter D, handwritten signatures, machine-printed six-digit serial numbers, slightly smaller dimensions than a genuine note, and a back with a lighter shade of blue than that found on a genuine note. A fully framed PCGS Gem New 65PPQ that is one of the most broadly margined examples we have ever seen. We have been selling 58PQ-graded examples for over $100, and the last Gem we sold was a PMG Gem CU 65 EPQ that realized $411.25 in September.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2016
    19th Tuesday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 16
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