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    Strictly Original Kansas City $5000

    Fr. 2221-J $5000 1934 Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Extremely Fine 45PPQ.
    Just 2,400 1934 $5000 Federal Reserve Notes were printed for the Kansas City District. Only the Cleveland District received fewer notes, though notes from that district remain unknown. According to our records, this beautifully original note has never before been offered at public auction. It features wholly original paper with crisp, sharp corners and full margins. The fully embossed overprint is a pleasing light green. It is readily apparent over the last two years that wholly original ultra-high denomination notes featuring the PPQ or EPQ designations from the grading services command strong premiums at auction as they are not often seen, so expect a realization of...


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2011
    6th-10th Thursday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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