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    Lovely Chicago 1934 $5000 FRN

    Fr. 2221-G $5000 1934 Federal Reserve Note. PCGS New 62PPQ.
    A beautifully original piece that is consecutive to one other very nice note in the census. The number of notes known extant for this district hovers around a dozen pieces, a surprising number considering just 6600 examples were printed and issued. We have handled as many $5000 and $10000 notes as all of our competitors combined over the last decade, and this piece ranks among the best in regards to eye appeal. Each of the printed design elements is bold, with the overprint especially colorful. Bright original paper and full margins give the piece a full Choice or better appearance. Some as made crinkling in the paper is noted, but is of little concern, if any.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2012
    3rd Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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