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    First Fr. 1210 With Premium Paper Quality To Be Offered At Auction

    Fr. 1210 $100 1882 Gold Certificate PCGS Extremely Fine 40PPQ.
    A Fr. 1210 that was ordered off of a 1984 dealer's fixed price list by our consignor. It is a charming example with full margins and ideal color. It also shows embossing which earned this $100 Gold its PPQ grade modifier. Track & Price lists only 29 serial numbers with three of those being in the collection of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and a fourth is in the Smithsonian Institution. The note in this lot is one of the higher graded specimens to be consigned to our auctions. We have had only one Fr. 1210 third party graded higher to cross our auction block. That PCGS 45 realized $13,200 last January. Our current offering will surely make a strong run at that figure.
    From the C.R. Chambliss Collection

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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2018
    25th-1st Wednesday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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