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    Stately PCGS Gem New 66 Five Dollar Educational

    Fr. 269 $5 1896 Silver Certificate PCGS Gem New 66.
    A spectacular $5 Educational note which is one of the highlights of this collection. The colors are bold, the paper and print quality exceptional, and the centering certainly nice enough to easily support the PCGS assigned Gem Uncirculated 66 grade. PMG records indicate that only two Fr. 269's have been awarded a higher grade than this piece, PCGS has six pieces graded higher than this, and we can well understand why this note is among the very finest of its Friedberg number. Not a rare note with a combined total of 486 pieces graded by both services. With only eight pieces assigned higher grades, it's clear that this is a very exceptional note.
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    January, 2015
    7th-12th Wednesday-Monday
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