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    Double Autographed Serial Number 23 Richmond $20

    Fr. 1870-E $20 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Gem Crisp Uncirculated.
    A beautiful note which was likely a presentation piece, as it is double autographed by both the Cashier and the Governor of the Richmond branch of the Federal Reserve Bank over their printed signatures. The note has a pedigree going back to Donlon's 1951 auction sale, thence to the Fantastic Collection, and was finally sold by us to Dr. Lawrence Cookson in our November, 1995 auction. This piece, bearing serial number E00000023A, is as nice as they come, combining perfect centering on both face and back with bright white paper and vivid ink colors. Expect some stiff competition before the hammer falls on this treasure, likely in the range of...


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2006
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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