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    Fr. 1273SP 15¢ Third Issue PCGS New 62.
    The Grant/Sherman fractional notes were the only victims of the Act of April 7, 1866. The act forbade the portraits of living persons being placed on paper money, bonds, etc., heretofore engraved. Since these notes had only been printed as uniface specimens, they could not be printed as regular notes. The Colby/Spinner signature combination is very rare and was used only on Pink and Green Shields. Single notes have all been removed from them. The ink has begun to bleed through to the back but has not eroded any of the paper. A very bright, crisp example of this rare variety.

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