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    Giori Jefferson Note PCGS Gem New 65PPQ.
    One of the earlier Giori test notes that was printed in Germany. These test notes should have been destroyed, but were instead spirited away into the collector community. It is permissible to collect these interesting items as they are not an obligation of the United States. They also have cancel bars across the portraits in order to keep them from being used for nefarious purposes. This is one of the scarcer Giori varieties with Lincoln, Jefferson, and Grant portraits. The two basic Giori types are known by their center portrait. This example also sports an inverted serial number on the face and has a near complete watermark. Also, all Jefferson Gioris have inverted backs. This is a well preserved specimen with bold embossing and balanced top and bottom margins.

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    September, 2018
    5th-11th Wednesday-Tuesday
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