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    Fr. 1246 Milton 2R10.3c 10c Second Issue Inverted Back Surcharge PMG Very Fine 30. This Invert is one of the more common Fractional Inverts. There are about a dozen individual pieces known as well as a block of nine and two blocks of four. Although, it is certainly possible that individual notes, as well as the blocks of four, can trace their origins back to the block of nine which was last auctioned in the Chapman Brothers auction of the Spedding Collection on December 3, 1894. This note is solid for the grade, with nice back color and a strongly printed inverted surcharge. The bronzing shows signs of oxidation. This is mentioned on the third-party label.

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    May, 2007
    8th Tuesday
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