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    Fr. 1167 $10 1907 Gold Certificate PMG Choice About Unc 58 EPQ. This basic design was used for the only two series of Ten Dollar Gold Certificates. Only very minor changes were made to the face in the the switch from the 1907 series to the 1922, and both notes share the identical back design. This piece gives the appearance of a perfect Gem, though as a technical AU note, it should prove to be quite affordable. According to the Dauer book, Michael Hillegas, whose portrait appears on this note, "...was a good friend of Ben Franklin... He is buried next to Franklin in Philadelphia, near the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall." This note appears on page 292 of American History as Seen Through Currency.
    From The Dr. Edward and Joanne Dauer Collection

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