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    Fr. 1216 $500 1882 Gold Certificate PMG Fine 15. A solid Fine example of an 1882 Five Hundred Dollar Gold, plated in the Dauer book on page 345. There are no uncirculated or About New notes known, and most of the pieces are right around this grade. This note first came to the market in the second Grinnell sale, held by Barney Bluestone in 1945. Since that time, it has reappeared only once: in the 1970s. While we agree with the Choice Fine grade assigned by PMG, the note appears fully Very Fine when viewed from the face. The back, although it is a bit weaker, still has excellent color, which is quite unusual for a well circulated, high-denomination Gold Certificate.
    From The Dr. Edward and Joanne Dauer Collection


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    Auction Dates
    September, 2006
    13th-15th Wednesday-Friday
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