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    Bristol Board 10¢ Back Proof

    Milton 3E10R.2 10¢ Third Issue Experimental Back on Bristol Board PMG Choice Uncirculated 63. This is a very rare experimental back proof with only four known of this design and format. It was printed directly on Bristol Board leaving a razor sharp impression. This Green Back 10¢ is penned on the back as Valentine 84, (with both Val 84 and V-84 being used) which is the same as Milton 3E10R.2. PMG also informs us of an as made wrinkle. Bristol Board proofs are some of the most documented Fractional Currency items and their owners read like a Who's Who of the hobby. Now, your name can be added to Spinner, Crofoot, Burgett, Milton Friedberg, et al.
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    Auction Dates
    January, 2010
    7th-11th Thursday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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