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    Fr. 1310a 50¢ First Issue PMG Uncirculated 62.
    Perforated 14 refers to the number of perforations per 20 millimeters of edge length. The normal perforations, on all other First Issue Fractional notes, are slightly larger: perf. 12, or 12 perforations per 20 millimeters of edge length. The generally accepted history of these smaller perforated notes is that they were produced from two sheets by dealer Harlan P. Smith circa 1890. This variety was listed by Blake, Valentine, Limpert and Rothert as genuine, therefore it remains highly desirable and collectable today. Fully perforated with good centering, bright colors and the extra-wide sheet selvage on the right. That selvage contains back plate number 14TH.


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