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    Fr. 1958-B $5 1934B Federal Reserve Note with Face Plate 212. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ.
    The extremely rare Face Plate 212 engraving error, which Schwartz-Lindquist lists as having been used on New York district notes only. This nicely centered and well preserved note is easily the finest we have ever offered of this engraving error and it is the sole finest graded by PMG.
    From the Gerald Glasser Collection, Part II


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    April, 2020
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