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    HB-154 EP-119 10¢ Irving House Hunt & Nash Ribbed Frame Very Fine. This is actually one of the more common ribbed-frame pieces, with about a dozen examples known. Our consignor pedigrees this piece, which has an inverted back, to the Arnold Perl sale of December 1969. The case is an attractive natural light brass color that shows a fair degree of wear from circulation. The stamp and mica are both in amazingly good shape for a piece that has clearly done its job in circulation for quite some time.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2007
    4th-6th Thursday-Saturday
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