DescriptionChemicograph $50 and More.
The Chemicograph $50 back is a mysterious black and white rendition with a red overprint mounted on thin cardstock. It is not an example produced by Philip H. Chase. Included with this lot is a uniface "TEN" back. We also see a January 1, 1923 United States Government Thrift Card that contains two 25¢ war savings certificate thrift stamps. A United Cigar Stores Company 1/2 Certificate with an approximate half inch tear at bottom center and a wooden certificate for the centennial of Wheeling, (West Virginia) are included. Fine or better. There will be no returns on this lot for any reason.
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