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    Fr. 1890-K $100 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Choice Crisp Uncirculated.
    This is one of the key pieces to completing a set of these elusive notes, as it had a total print run of just 36,000 pieces. Hundreds in this grade from the dallas district were prohibitively rare until the late R.E. Wallace, and old time coin dealer in Fort Worth, dispersed a small cash hoard of Dallas fifties and hundreds about ten years ago. Many of the notes were closely margined and had minor age spots and pronounced handling. This piece, however, is the nicest we've seen from the hoard, with virtually no handling, great color, and centering that is very close to the gem standard. Expect this lovely example to easily reach and likely exceed the Oakes catalogue value of $2000.


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    Auction Dates
    September, 2003
    26th-27th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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