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    Attractive Binion $10000

    Fr. 2231-B $10000 1934 Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Apparent Choice New 63.
    A lovely $10000 from the storied display in Ted Binion's Horseshoe Casino. The Las Vegas display included a staggering 100 $10000 notes in a man-sized horseshoe frame. The display was likely a perfect tool to entice gamblers with visions of immense wealth and perhaps that a fortune was only a few dollars away at any one of the Horseshoe's tables or slots. Were it not for Binion's display, only about half the number of known $10000s would be available for collectors. Crisp edges are displayed and the embossing of the overprint can be seen through the third party holder. Though PCGS indicates filled pinholes, they are only visible when the note is candled.


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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2009
    29th-3rd Wednesday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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