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    J.S.G. Boggs Florida United Numismatists Two Examples with Supplemental Information.
    A pair of "notes" produced in the 1990s by renown artist J.S.G. Boggs for FUN. The first is a uniface example of his orange back Supreme Court Building $5 from 1996. This piece is number 69 of 1000 and therefore being number 960069. A BNR article accompanies this note that describes it in more detail. The other example is a black ink uniface $20 with a different view of the White House than what is found on United States paper money. This note is from 1998 and a letter from FUN explains the background and the circumstances surrounding how it was obtained by our consignor. The BNR article and letter are part of the count in this lot. (Total: 4 items)

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    January, 2015
    7th-12th Wednesday-Monday
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