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    First Napier-McClung $10,000 Gold Certificate

    Fr. 1225e $10,000 1900 Gold Certificate PMG Very Fine 20 Net.
    A pleasing hole canceled example of this high denomination issue carrying the Napier-McClung signature combination which is represented by only a dozen serial numbers in the Track & Price census. It is also the first $10,000 note issued with this signature combination as the records at the BEP indicate that the run of Napier-McClung notes began with serial number K18001. Earlier examples of this unredeemable uniface design were often payable to large national banks, as in the case of this piece which was issued to the First National Bank of New York and which has been rubber stamped on the back by the New York Clearing House Association. PMG has assigned a net grade to this sharply inked note for a small tear repair and a few scattered pinholes.
    From the Doug Murray Collection

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    January, 2018
    3rd-9th Wednesday-Tuesday
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