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I have reached my maximum limit of images (i.e. 250) to post at this web-site; so, I will instead describe each note.
1891 $1 Silver Certificate (s/n E26855652; FR 223): 1) This note was sold at Heritage Auctions on January 10, 2014 (Lot 17392; Auction #3526). When it was sold there, it was graded by PCGS as AU53. 2) Since then, it was re-slabbed by CGA as GU66. This note is currently for sale (scheduled to be auctioned on June 7, 2015), but I am prohibited from: a) naming the place of auction, b) naming the party selling it, c) listing the lot number, or d) linking the image from Heritage Auctions. However, the seller is the previous owner of CGA.
For those of you that wish to see additional postings with images, you may view my previous blog entitled "Questionable Paper Money (aka Hall Of Shame) Part 4"; where you will find 494 postings. If you wish to see these other postings, just click here. Or if you wish to view Part 5 which has 232 postings, then click here.
May 28, 2015 11:02:34 PM PT