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    Lovely $500 1928 Gold Certificate

    Fr. 2407 $500 1928 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice Very Fine 35.
    A lovely example of this much in demand high denomination Gold Certificate which comes to us courtesy of the Krause collection. It is an exceptional specimen for a circulated note, with vivid colors, bright white paper, and loads of eye appeal...in short, everything a circulated high denomination Gold ought to be but seldom is. In fact, having seen this note before it was slabbed, this cataloguer could make a convincing argument that PMG was highly conservative in its grade assessment here. This note is the plate example in both the Standard Catalog of United States Paper Money as well as the current edition of the Standard Guide to Small Size U.S. Paper Money.
    From The Chet Krause Collection


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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2009
    29th-3rd Wednesday-Sunday
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