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    Significant $10 1933 Silver Certificate

    Fr. 1700 $10 1933 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice Very Fine 35.
    The 1933 Silver Certificate was the only Silver Certificate with a redeemable clause that read "Payable in silver coin to the bearer on demand" and the only note with the obligation clause printed over the Treasury Seal. Released in February, 1934, very few of these notes from the 216,000 print run are left in existence. Track and Price lists only 79 entries in their census. A very attractive note, the piece here has light folds and a bottom margin just below the frameline. The tight bottom margin is commonly found on Fr. 1700 notes. A significant note for small size collectors, it will be an outstanding addition to any collection.


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