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    First $1 1928B Silver "Sheet"

    Fr. 1602 $1 1928B Silver Certificates. Partially Cut Sheet of 12. Choice Crisp Uncirculated.
    This is the first sheet issued for the 1928B Series and it has serial numbers V51000001A through V51000012A from this better block. The top half has been cut into two vertical strips of three and the bottom half is a block of six. The Schwartz-Lindquist reference reports that there are no known $1 1928B Silver uncut sheets, making this "number one" partial cut sheet as close as one is likely to get. The quality of the individual notes, the three separate parts, and the "sheet" as a whole are choice, if not better. The natural paper wave and embossing is prominent and it reflects how well this three-part "sheet" has been cared for since it was printed in March 1932. (Total: 3 items)


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2008
    10th-12th Thursday-Saturday
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