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    $10 1928 Minneapolis FRN Uncut Sheet

    Fr. 2000-I $10 1928 Federal Reserve Notes. Uncut Sheet of 12. PMG Choice About Unc 58 Uncut Sheet
    Small size FRN uncut sheets before Series 1976 are rare in all denominations. The only FRN sheets known before the 1976 Series are from the 1928 and 1928B Series. We see for those series just six sheets of $5s, seven sheets of $10s, six sheets of $20s, and zero sheets enumerated for both $50s and $100s. This Minneapolis sheet is one of the seven $10s listed in the census. The third party label reads small tears. The small tears are entirely within the margins and are not a surprise as uncut sheets were often admired by their owner and others and thus enjoyed a great deal of handling. Now with the third party encapsulation, this sheet is protected.


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2012
    5th-10th Thursday-Tuesday
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