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    Fr. 1298 25¢ Third Issue PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ.
    PMG has graded 49 examples of this "a" fiber paper Fessenden, this and one other at the 65 EPQ level and a single note above them. The note is extraordinarily well margined, with fully bright bronze and terrific eye appeal. The reason that these fiber paper notes were nicknamed "Spider Leg" notes is quite apparent on this note, with its profusion of fibers that resemble guess what... spider legs. This cataloger has handled way more examples of this number than PMG has graded without ever seeing a note comparable to this one in overall quality.


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    January, 2020
    8th-14th Wednesday-Tuesday
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