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    Fr. 344 $100 1891 Silver Certificate PMG Good 6 Net. The $100 Silver is one of the scarcest types available to collectors and until this note appeared on the market, none was available for a price in the four figure range. Save for a slightly weak seal, the design details are still strong. A contemporary inscription is noted in the margin on back, "Youngstown 3/9/98 J H ?". Tillman-Morgan signed notes were printed between 1893 and 1897 meaning this note was signed shortly after it was printed and released into circulation. PMG indicates splits and tears, which affected the grade, but only marginally.

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    June, 2010
    17th-21st Thursday-Monday
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