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    The Only $100 Federal Reserve Note Graded Superb Gem 68 By Either Service

    Fr. 1104 $100 1914 Federal Reserve Note PCGS Superb Gem New 68PPQ.
    This is a stunning note that has been magnificently preserved over the years. The two major grading services have graded 184 Fr. 1104s between them to date, with ten of those notes at the 67 tier and only one note higher, a single 68 which is offered here this evening. In fact, this is the only large size $100 Federal Reserve Note of any Friedberg number to have been graded Superb Gem 68 by either service. It is hard to imagine an example receiving a grade higher than tonight's note, as the current offering possesses natural paper wave, deep embossing, flawless inks, and near-perfect centering. This is a note for the best of collections for the collector who can afford the very finest.


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2012
    5th-10th Thursday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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