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    Important Frederick Girsch engraving of the presentation of the Declaration of Independence which originally appeared on the First Charter $100 National Bank Notes. Vignette is approximately five inches by two and one-half inches, including flourishes, struck on a cut down card. Title and American Bank Note Co. Imprint below the scene of the delegates. A pencil notation on the card back indicates the currency use of the image by Friedberg designations. Vignette has several ink smudges.

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    January, 2001
    4th Thursday
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