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    Fr. TN-8 $100 Act of December 26, 1814 Treasury Note Very Fine. This is an example of the variety that has the penned date of "Feb 11, 1815" and is filled in, but missing its three signatures. Friedberg mentions two known, and that includes this note. Also, the Ford sale did not contain an actual example, only a punch cancelled proof. This crispy note was once folded into fourths, but it did not stay long in that mode. It also has a couple of more folds that run just inside the top and bottom edges. A little other handling is noticed that includes an approximate half-inch tear in the upper right-hand corner, and a single pinhole through the watermarked paper. This is a great collecting opportunity tonight.

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    February, 2005
    18th-19th Friday-Saturday
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