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    HB-67 EP-8 1¢ F. Buhl & Co. Extremely Fine. Reed considers this One Cent Buhl as an R-8, indicating five to ten pieces known, a range with which we are inclined to agree. We've handled five over the years, and we suspect that eight or ten examples are known. This one has a nice XF case that is totally free of flaws, and has a handsome, natural light brass color. The stamp, although less than fully fresh, still has its strong blue color and looks quite nice. The mica has no flaws worthy of mention and is very substantially crystal clear. Fred Mayer had two pieces of this number in the collection we sold last September. One realized just about $3000, and the other $3700.

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    September, 2008
    17th-21st Wednesday-Sunday
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