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    One of Only Eight Known

    Fr. 1132-H $500 1918 Federal Reserve Note PMG Very Fine 30.
    An extremely rare Friedberg number with only eight examples enumerated in the Track & Price census, with one of that number permanently impounded in the National Numismatic Collection in the Smithsonian. This offering is one of those eight pieces and is among the finer notes reported. It does have a few scattered pinholes and minor paper defects, but the devices remain clear and the colors are quite sharp on this high denomination issue. Last year, a repaired PCGS Very Fine 25 specimen realized $20,400 at auction.




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    Auction Dates
    April, 2020
    22nd-27th Wednesday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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