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    Fr. UNL Hessler X106I $10,000 Loan of 1842 Registered Bond Proof Choice Crisp Uncirculated.
    This is the highest registered bond denomination issued under the 1842 act. This proof bond is given Hessler's highest rarity rating of R8, 1 to 3 known. It is bright and the edges are healthy and it too is mounted on light card stock. The back has a $3000 registry stub attached while the back has also picked up a transference impression from the Hessler X106M that is also in this auction. The impressions found on the card stock of these bonds are due to the nature of storage and length of time. They laid undisturbed for almost 150 years before being disbursed in the 1990 auction of the ABNCo archives.

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    April, 2008
    16th-18th Wednesday-Friday
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