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    Fr. 2028-A $10 1988A Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Apparent Extremely Fine 40.
    A pre-face print foldover in the upper right corner is found on this E3 position Boston $10. The Apparent grade is for minor stains which is the spot of ATM ink along the upper edge. This "ATM" inking is used by tellers to facilitate counting. When the tellers are loading the ATM machines with bundles of notes, they will mark the top edge of every other bundle with a marker. Later when the tellers balance the ATM machines, they can count the marked and unmarked bundles and then just pull the last bundle of the stack to count the individual notes.


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    September, 2014
    23rd Tuesday
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