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    Fourth Liberty Loan $50 4 1/4% Gold Bond of 1933-1938 October 24, 1918 Very Fine.
    It was the patriotic duty of many Americans to purchase bonds for the Allied cause during World War I in order to defeat the Kaiser. The Fourth Liberty Loan was callable starting on October 15, 1933 and they matured on October 15, 1938. Total amount sold for this loan was seven billion dollars. This $50 example carries a H prefix serial number. Nine coupons remain on this $50 bond with a portrait of Thomas Jefferson. There is a slight rust spot on the back.

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    August, 2021
    24th Tuesday
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