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    Fr. 1247 10¢ Second Issue PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. This Fr. 1247, which PMG pedigrees to the Haynie Collection, was encapsulated very early on, and it lacks the EPQ comment. PMG's policy is to add the Exceptional Paper Quality comment to any early encapsulated note grading 65 or higher. PMG has not graded any Fr. 1247 above this 66 level, and this is certainly one of the very nicest we have ever seen. Although technically not part of the grade, the razor sharp "1" in the upper right corner of the back certainly adds to the value, as that "1" is what distinguishes the note as a 1247, and it is very often printed as merely a blob. On this example, it's extremely sharp, even clearly showing its serif at the top and split foot at the bottom. A rare and important piece

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    Apr-May, 2010
    28th-3rd Wednesday-Monday
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