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    Fr. 1300 Milton 3R25.3a 25¢ Third Issue Choice New. A wholly uncirculated Fr. 1300, with no damage, splits or problems with the paper. When we first sold this note in January of 1995 (the same sale as, but not part of, the Gengerke Collection), we referred to it as the overall finest example that we have handled. That still holds true ten years later, upon seeing this piece for the second time. In fact, this is very likely the second finest piece in existence. The note is strictly uncirculated, with bright bronze and exceptional printing quality. The margins are tight, and although they touch the frame line at the top right, they are free of the design at all points. The note is lightly aged, but that is typical of Fiber Paper notes. The all-important "a" is sharp, clear and clean. A magnificent piece. Neither the Gengerke nor the Milt Friedberg Collections had an uncirculated Fr. 1300.

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    May, 2005
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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