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    Minneapolis $1,000 1934C Face and Back Specimens

    Fr. 2213-I $1,000 1934C Federal Reserve Note Face and Back Specimens PCGS New 61; Very Choice New 64PPQ.
    This Face Specimen is very nice for the grade as the top and bottom margins along with the left and right margins are each less than 1mm off from being perfectly balanced. Also, the back would be perfectly centered with just the slightest of shifts. Minneapolis has many dedicated collectors due to the district's smaller printings among other reasons, but only one winning bidder can own this Specimen pair from a series and in a denomination that did not even have any District 9 notes printed. (Total: 2 notes)
    From the Yuri Solovey High Denomination Collection


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2021
    6th-8th Wednesday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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