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I have the chance to buy a 1918 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note from Cleveland in crisp almost uncirculated condition. The same type of note with a normal serial number and worse condition (eBay Listing) sold on eBay for $65. The note I am considering is serial number D70A and I was wondering if that low of a serial number in excellent condition wound command a price of 10x that. He's willing to let it go for about $700.
An unsold PCGS certified eBay listing in similar condition (Link) is asking over $2200.
Thanks for your thoughts.
Oct 31, 2014 6:58:02 AM PT