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    PCGS 68PPQ 1886 Deuce

    Fr. 242 $2 1886 Silver Certificate PCGS Superb Gem New 68PPQ. "A glorious Hancock Deuce, with huge margins, ideal colors and beautiful centering of both sides. This is a type that does come nice, but you won't find a nicer one than this beauty. It has everything it needs for the ultimate grade." We used that description two years ago when we first sold this note. PCGS concurred with our original description and placed the note in a 68PPQ holder. Over the next decade, there are going to be a fair amount of Hancock Deuces in 65 and 66 holders, and a comfortable little handful in 67 holders. But we doubt if this number will be represented by more than two or three examples that make the 68PPQ grade. Essentially, this note is worth whatever it may cost. Finding another will be nearly impossible.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2006
    27th-28th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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