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    Incredible Double Face Printing $50

    Fr. 2119-B $50 1977 Federal Reserve Note. Gem Crisp Uncirculated. A simply stunning example of a double impression first face printing which covers the entire note. This would be a spectaular piece even on the normally seen lower denominations, but on a fifty it becomes something truly special. The entire printing is so doubled here that both plate numbers can be readily observed and most all of the wording on the face is utterly obscured. Any estimate here is just a guess, but whatever it takes to by this piece tonight will obtain what is undoubtedly the ne plus ultra of double print errors.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2003
    26th-27th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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