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    Single Finest 1929 $100 FRBN Star Note

    Fr. 1890-G* $100 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ.
    PMG has been grading notes for well more than a decade. To date, this lone Chicago $100 Federal Reserve Bank Note Star is the lone finest of all the 1929 $100 FRBN Stars to be graded. Aside from three Kansas City Stars in 64, no other districts have uncirculated stars listed in the pop reports. This piece is incredibly original, with full margins and excellent printed design details. Lovely and an incredible grade rarity. When this note last sold, it realized more than $58,000. With finest known pieces from specific districts easily reaching into five figures, the finest of all small size FRBNs should at least repeat its last performance.
    From the Art Davidson Collection

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    Apr-May, 2018
    25th-1st Wednesday-Tuesday
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