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    $10,000 Gold Cut Sheet of Three. . . Plus One

    Fr. 1225 $10,000 1900 Gold Certificates Choice New. This group of four consecutive is made-up of a cut sheet plus the "a" note from the next sheet. Unlike most all other notes, these $10,000 Gold Certificates were printed in sheets of three, not four. The four consecutive notes offered here are "A, B, C, A." These notes had been extremely rare in high grade (and still are rather scarce) until a group showed up in the Washington D.C. area about ten years ago. These notes have all the hallmarks of being from that group. They are free of the damage that is so common to these notes, but they are aged across the bottom and show minor signs of having been damp. All four are well margined, crackling fresh and strictly uncirculated. An unusual and important group of these unredeemable ultrahigh denomination Gold Certificates. (Total: 4 notes)

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2002
    17th-18th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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