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    Fr. 452-63 Hessler UNL $100 National Bank Note Back Proof About New. This is an item that has us baffled, as it may or may not be a proof. It is printed on India paper and the green ink portion of the note is printed as sharp and crisp as any done by the BEP or the two New York bank note companies. However, the faces of the statesmen are not as expertly engraved, leaving the impression that some of the participants at the Signing of the Declaration of Independence are decidedly sad or upset. We have not seen a counterfeit note or a counterfeit detector note printed on India paper, leading us to the proof theory. However, we have not seen all in the paper money world. The note displays a top margin fold and a small margin tear is also noticed. It is offered without estimate. From the California Proof and Specimen Collection.

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    January, 2006
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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