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    Exceptional Cleveland $5 Star

    Fr. 1850-D* $5 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Note. About Uncirculated.
    While not the rarest district for stars in this denomination, high grade examples are few and far between, with the census showing no hoards or runs of high grade examples. In fact, only one note is listed in Oakes as CU, one grading AU, one grading Extremely Fine, and the remainder dropping off considerably thereafter. The Cookson example, which is not listed in the census, is the sole high grade piece available in recent years. It's a most attractive example, with bright white paper, excellent centering, and but one light fold. Hard to predict with the demand shown for high grade stars in this series of late, but our best guess is...

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2004
    8th-10th Thursday-Saturday
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