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    Label Set Fr. 1912-E $1 1981A Federal Reserve Notes Choice Crisp Uncirculated.
    This lot contains a label set, which is the first and last note of a 4,000 note "brick" plus the brick's front label. At this time moving forward, labels listed only the first serial number contained in the "brick." For everything you want to know about paper money label sets, see the article at - Paper Money Society of Paper Money Collectors Volume XXVIII No. 2 Whole Number 140 March - April 1989 page 52, "Currency Label Sets Old and New." You can view all Paper Money volumes since 1962 online if you are a member of SPMC. Notes in label sets often show signs of handling as they are the first and last notes of a "brick." This label set is a happy exception to that maxim. The label is not graded, but it is still mounted on its wood block. (Total: 3 items)

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    September, 2021
    28th Tuesday
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