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    $1,000 1928 Gold Certificate Very Fine Beauty

    Fr. 2408 $1,000 1928 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice Very Fine 35.
    This is certainly a most pleasing example of this much desired design. The $1,000 Gold in this lot exhibits bright paper and ideal inks, while serial number embossing is also observed. Overall, the quality is very nice for the grade as the note looks like it was folded into eighths as soon as it entered circulation. It picked up just a touch more handling along the way, but the paper remained bright and it certainly is a premium note for the grade. The last problem free PMG 35 Fr. 2408 that we offered was this exact note that realized $23,500 on a $17,500 to $22,500 estimate in January, 2017. Bidders for this VF beauty tonight must be prepared that it will once again outdistance its estimate.


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2020
    8th-14th Wednesday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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