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    EP-10 HB-81 1¢ Burnett's Standard Cooking Extracts Extremely Fine.
    The 1¢ denomination is the scarcest of the lower denomination pieces for Burnett's Cooking Extracts. Fred Reed considers it to be an R-6, indicating 16 to 20 known and we suspect that is just about right. The case is a highly attractive golden brown with slightly brighter letters contrasting very nicely with the background. The stamp is well centered and 100% fully bright. The mica has a tiny craze mark at the top center, but it is fully clear. Frederick Mayer had two examples in his definitive collection, neither as nice as this piece.


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    Apr-May, 2011
    27th-2nd Wednesday-Monday
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