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    Final $50 1922 Gold Certificate Type

    Fr. 1200 $50 1922 Gold Certificate PMG Uncirculated 62.
    The year 1922 saw the final $50 Gold Certificate series and type. These notes used the face design from the 1913 series featuring U.S. Grant and the back with the lathework denomination tablet at the center, but the serial numbers were enlarged. This is a quintessential gold note with bright yellow-gold color on the face and striking orange on the back. PMG notes an "Edge Piece Missing," which is very small and far from the engraved bordering. Ex: Hickman & Oakes, November 1986 sale, lot 259. Strictly Uncirculated Fr. 1200 notes are scarce, and the edge fault is minor. The note is bold, original, and has exceptional colors.
    From The Mike Coltrane Collection.


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