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    Moskovitz Fractional Display Board with Full Sheet of Twenty First Issue 5¢ Notes.
    Only rarely do Fractional Moskovitz Display Boards come up at auction. This example was not included in the 1977 Kriesberg sale of the Moskowitz collection. It has a full sheet of First Issue notes with straight edges and presumably the ABNCo monogram on the back (Fr. 1230) as there are no known sheets without the monogram (Fr. 1231). The sheet is pristine with some wrinkling but no major issues. It has been trimmed so that there is no selvage present. All Moskovitz boards are done in red, gold, and black calligraphy. The board has been placed in a very nice silver frame that really makes the notes stand out. Mr. Moskovitz was a renowned collector and exhibitor of coins and currency in the 1960s. He had artcraft exhibit boards developed for his exhibits by Edwin Leslie.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2019
    9th-14th Wednesday-Monday
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