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    Redeemable 1943 Treasury Bond

    $1,000 United States Bearer Bond. Issued on September 15, 1943, with a due date of December 15, 1969, this $1,000 bond is, according to the Treasury Department, fully redeemable at $1,237.50 with the interest clock having stopped on December 15, 1969. The bond has 19 coupons remaining, and is clean, brightly colored, and very attractive. Its only problems are one body fold, a few corner folds, and a minor paper clip rust stain. The left edge appears to have been hand cut by scissors, as it is slightly irregular although well clear of all design and border elements. The bond itself, as well as all the coupons, bear Lincoln portraits, and the back is adorned by an unusual view of the U.S. Capital building, a large fasces, and a heraldic eagle. Likely one of the very few unredeemed examples, its numismatic value should far exceed its redemption value.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2003
    1st-3rd Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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