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    Rare Fr. 806 $5 1915 Dallas FRBN

    Fr. 806 $5 1915 Federal Reserve Bank Note PMG Very Fine 30.
    There are only 17 recorded notes for this 1915 $5 Dallas FRBN. Except for elite offerings such as the Mike Coltrane Collection, they are seldom seen at public auction. Before we sold an example in January 2020, we had not cataloged another since 2013. In addition to its rarity, this has the stamped signatures of Talley (as "Cashier") and Van Zandt combined with the Teehee-Burke engraved treasury signatures. It appears on the census, but we are not aware of any auction records for this piece. In the 2008-2013 period, auction records average approximately $4,000 for this type and grade. Superior to Mike's other example which realized $1,920 (PMG Very Fine 30) due to centering.
    From The Mike Coltrane Collection.


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    June, 2021
    24th-25th Thursday-Friday
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