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    Fourth Liberty Loan 4 1/4% Gold Bond of 1933-38 $50 Oct. 24, 1918 PMG About Uncirculated 55 EPQ.
    A "short" bond with all four six month coupons attached. A "long" bond could be acquired after the first two years of interest was paid. This bond has two horizontal folds and a well embossed Treasury Seal. Entertainers of the era promoted Liberty bonds, which helped the bonds to bring in nearly $17 billion for the war effort. This example was folded twice into thirds. It has a Treasury Seal with prominent embossing which is pointed out on the back label as PMG mentions, "Exceptional Paper Quality & Embossing." The Joe I. Herbstman Collection of American Finance states that there are fewer than ten known examples for this particular bond.


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