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    Brighton, MA - $1 1875 Fr. 385 The National Market Bank Ch. # 806
    A lovely Series 1875 ace from this very scarce bank. Brighton was originally part of Cambridge, but separated from that city in 1807. It remained an independent community until 1874, when it was annexed by and became part of the city of Boston. This piece is the sole 1875 ace in the census and was acquired by our consignor out of a 1991 auction. It features bright colors, good signatures, and quite substantial margins for a New England ace. PCGS Very Fine 30, with just a couple of minor edge splits.
    From The Marvin R. Levine Collection


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    September, 2017
    6th-12th Wednesday-Tuesday
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