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    HB-225 EP-28 Scott-169 Reed-TA01 1¢ N & G Taylor Very Fine.
    Numerical grade: 70case.80stamp.70mica. = 220
    Mr. Mayer's duplicate One Cent N & G Taylor has seen a fair amount of actual circulation, as the high points of the letters are clearly worn. The case is a problem free deep mahogany color, the stamp is beautifully fresh but centered a bit high, the mica shows typical circulation-caused surface marks and a few minor cracks and crazes at its outer edges. Mr. Mayer attributes this piece as having been Lot 978 from the Stack's December 1969 sale of the Arnold Perl Collection. The description matches the piece perfectly.
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    September, 2007
    26th-28th Wednesday-Friday
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