Fr. 119 $10 1901 Legal Tender PCGS Extremely Fine 40.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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Lightly Circulated $10 "Bison" NoteFr. 119 $10 1901 Legal Tender PCGS Extremely Fine 40.
This lightly circulated Fr. 119 note, one of the scarcer "Bisons," is perfect for a type set. Broadly margined and beautifully bright with an attractive, bold red overprint and just a few light folds. Titled portraits of explorers Lewis and Clark are in ovals at the ends, and Columbia appears on the back. An ideal candidate for someone who is working on a lightly circulated Friedberg number set or represent this popular design.
Ex: Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society
Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500.
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