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We are pleased to have this very well margined early legal $1 note to offer. It has good color and excellent eye appeal for a note at the lower end of the VF grade. The edges are quite solid with only a couple of very minor nicks seen, none a distraction. The red overprint is bold and the lower serial# 564 is a plus. A popular note in a good collector grade.
A very popular early legal tender note and one that seldom shows up with a PPQ grade! It is much tougher than the common Fr#16 which lists 1536 notes in the Track&Price census, compared to 493 for Fr#17a. Trimmed in a bit along the top with a large bottom margin as sometimes seen on these D plate notes. Great color and fully original, it will surely please its new owner. Just try to find another PPQ or EPQ note - it won't be very easy at all!
We love these large brown seal legals and this one is a real beauty. It has 3 broad margins with the top one close on this D plate note. It has a bold overprint and shows a bunch of blue and red security threads that add to its nice look. PMG states Great Embossing, which we surely agree with.
This is the earlier $1 legal tender note that has a small red seal and blue serial numbers. The blue serials add to its nice eye appeal. It is a transition between the large seal 1880s and the 1917 series notes. It is the first of a pair that we have to offer. This one is well margined with clean but flat paper. These have always been woefully underpriced on the Greensheet. Just try to find one at those prices?!!
This is the second of the 2 Fr# 35s. The colors are bold and the margins are quite good. This one shows a bit more soiling but has crispier paper and a bit more originality. Check out the 2 notes and see which one fits your needs.
Low serially numbered large size notes are always in demand and really spice up a collection. We are lucky that a few of these were saved for us to collect today. This note, ser# B44A is new to the census and fits into a run of 100 notes, many more still to be found! It is fresh and original with good color and deep embossing. Add some pizazz to your collection!
Low serial# B68A makes this note very special! It is fresh and beautiful with deep embossing evident thru the PCGS holder, and confirmed by its PPQ designation. A closer margin at the upper right is minor and does not affect its great eye appeal and desirability. Add a cool note to your collection.
Excellent margins for this issue make this a very sharp and desirable note. It is crispy, clean and bright and ready for a home in your collection.
A beautiful note that has the appearance of a ChCU 64. As expected at this grade level, any light bend or handling is impossible to see thru the holder. Likely submitted expecting a 64 grade but something very minor was noticed, thus the 58 grade.
This note is 2 serial#s higher than the previous note and is a perfect match! Strong color and bright paper make for a very eye appealing note. Saves you some $$s over a 64 that would not look any nicer.
STAR NOTE, *12639042B, FpF1064, Bp16. This evenly circulted star note is perfect for a collector seeking a common note for the type. The paper is quite clean, the colors good and bold.
A good looking note that has a close bottom margin and a light, partial horizontal fold. Two corner tip folds are seen but not affecting its look.
This well margined beauty has great color and superb eye appeal. A very minor light corner bend at the lower right is likely the reason for the AU grade.
SOLID SERIAL# R66666A makes this beauty most interesting and desirable! We see many 2 and 3 digits low #s from this series but a solid is quite unusual and interesting. Fresh and fully original, only a slightly closer bottom margin keeps it from a Gem grade. Add a cool note to your collection!
A very popular note in a strong collector grade that is sure to please. Crispy, clean and bright with a deep red overprint and excellent margins. The usual 3 folds for an XF but with some minor handling and a crimp that keep the grade down just a bit.
A fresh and beautiful note that had strong color and good embossing. A broad corner fold at the upper right keeps it from a higher grade. A popular one year type that we are always pleased to have to offer.
An unbelievably fresh and fully original note with cavernous embossing and a deep red overprint! With some persistence a minor bend shows at the left. For originality this one just cannot be beat!
This always popular one year type note faces up beautifully as it has strong color and well balanced margins. The back is shifted a bit to the left limiting the grade to a solid 64.
A very sharp example of this popular one year type note with strong color and very nice margins. A neat lower serial# A408B is a plus.
This attractive early legal $2 has good margins and color. A bit of light staining is seen but generally blends in quite well on this lower end VF note. Very nice for the grade with good eye appeal.
A very tough type to find in a good collector grade such as this. So many have edge tears or a lighter overprint, but this one is the exception. Trimmed a bit tight at the top with the other margins very good on both sides! The ornate back design shows well with no heavy folds to distract. The colors are quite nice for the grade. At the lower end of the VF grade, we feel a VF20 grade is surely deserved.
Excellent eye appeal on this boldly inked note. The paper is crispy and clean with good color. The front is centered quite low but not touching the design, the back just about perfect on this A plate note.
A fresh and well margined beauty that has several sharper vertical folds but little signs of any time in circulation. The paper is crispy and clean with square corners and a bold overprint.
A well margined beauty with crackly crisp paper and the look of a CU at first glance. We see a corner fold and light handling that prevent assigning a higher grade.
Outstanding eye appeal makes this a superb note. Just a very light corner bend at the lower left keeps it from a CU grade.
Here's a note that has been hard to find, especially in such a strong collector grade. These tend to come in low grade or in CU. This beauty has full margins all around, along with strong color and clean paper. Even the back is well centered. PMG states Residue but does not assign a Net grade. After plenty of time spent searching for this Residue, all we can determine is that it refers to a tiny, insignificant rust spot at the upper right on the back. On a note like this it is truly unimportant. We think that it is well worth stretching for - check the scans and you are sure to agree!
Fancy red ornamentation sets this early Woodchopper apart from the later 1907 series notes. Our note has excellent color that contrasts well with the bold inking and bright paper. A couple of corner folds appear to all that prevents a CU grade.
This large brown seal, red serial# Woodchopper has very nice eye appeal. It is a popular type that is represented by only 3 Fr#s, 70, 71 and 72. This is the choice for the type as Fr#70 is quite rare and expensive. Crispy paper and strong color make this collector grade note perfect for many collections. There are a number of CU runs in the Track&Price census but only 18 VFs are listed among the 162 known! SOLD
This earlier Woodchopper has a small red seal and blue serial#s, the transitional design from the large seals of the 1880 series to the 1917 series. Nicely embossed with crispy paper and strong color, it also has well balanced margins and plenty of eye appeal. SOLD
A well circulated Woodchopper that has a scattering of pinholes.
This earlier Woodchopper has crispy, deeply embossed paper and excellent eye appeal. The margins are a bit skewed on the front but not affecting the design - the back is very well centered. We do not see any folds, juat a bit too much handling for a CU grade.
This earlier Fr# Woodchopper has great color, deep embossing and well balance margins. A much tougher Fr# with only 461 known. We love fresh and original notes likr this one and so do our customers.
A superb Woodchopper that has outstanding eye appeal. Deep embossing and wonderfully fresh paper make it a note that you will want for your collection. It has excellent margins for the issue. SOLD
This is the last of the 10 Fr#s used on the popular Woodchopper, and one of the rarer with only 4 Fr#s tougher. Only 265 are recorded in the Track&Price census, compared to 6043 for Fr#91! It has strong color and good eye appeal but does have a very close top margin.
This large brown seal Jackass note has great eye appeal and desirability! The Track&Price census shows but 62 known, close to half of them CU or better. The front centering is skewed a bit, the back very well centered. This is one of the tougher early Jackass notes that are always in strong demand.
This Jackass note has a large red spikeless seal and blue serial#s. It has excellent eye appeal and well balanced margins making it just right as an example of this popular type. The only grade limiting thing that we can see on this well embossed note is a light corner fold at the lower left. It must be backlit to be seen and has no affect on its excellent eye appeal. Track&Price shows but 105 notes known, this beauty a new addition.
Superb color makes this Bison note a perfect note for many collectors. Fresh and fully original it has good margins, clean paper and plenty of crispness. There are several sharper folds but they are not a distraction. Close examination shows small pinholes, 1 in each corner, mentioned for full disclosure. It is a strong VF note.
A mid grade Poker Chip is an excellent find, one that has been very elusive in the current market. This is an attractive note in a great collector grade. It has excellent originality with good color and bright, clean paper. It shows even wear and no distractions of note making it perfect for many collectors. We saw several at the recent PCDA show but they had all been worked over and had problems. This one will surely please.
This is one of the very best collector grade Poker Chip notes that we have seen in a long time. Fully fresh and original with strong color and plenty of crispness and originality. Well centered on the front, the back shifted a bit high but quite acceptable. It has superb eye appeal looking even nicer than its technical grade. You will love this one!
This later issue Hamilton $20 has the small red seal and blue serial#s. Well margined with good crispness remaining, it shows light soiling along the top and bottom margins and along 2 folds on the back. Only 101 listed in Track&Price compared to 800+ for the common Fr#147, the usual choice for the type. SOLD
This Franklin $50 is likely to be missing from many collections as most collections don't get past the $20 denomination. This one is ideal for the type as it is the most common. It has enough grade to present the designs quite well and will be within the reach of many collectors. It looks nice for the grade with the "Split Repair" mentioned on the holder well done at the top center. As expected for the grade we see minor margin roughness and some pinholes.
This broadly margined Martha note has excellent eye appeal and crispy paper. A very interesting penned notation fills the entire margin on the back. It reads as follows starting at the lower right corner and progressing in a clockwise direction: This $1.00 bill has been around the world coming in from the west (San Francisco) Philad-to England then through Suez Canal to British India & cte. Chicago ILL" rubber stamp AUG20 1903. A very nice note that someone is sure to find neat and interesting - we sure did!
This is an attractive Martha note that has plenty of originality. Well margined with good color and clean paper, it shows nice embossing. There are several heavier vertical folds on this crackly, crisp note. This one has the open back design. SOLD
This beautiful Educational Ace looks like a Gem at first glance, well margined with great color! Close examination reveals the usual 3 light bends that define the grade. SOLD
This is the second and much rarer Fr# for this popular issue. It has a census of about 1/2 of the 224. Fresh and original paper is readily obvious, along with strong embossing, hence the PPQ designation. It is a beauty that is sure to please. SOLD
We love these first Fr# Black Eagles as the colors are special! The seal and 1 are more a sky blue color while the serial#s are a deep, dark blue. This is a better Fr# with only 3 of the 13 Black Eagle Fr#s rarer. The note is well centered and shows original paper wave but no signs of a fold or bend thru the holder.
Bright, fresh and crispy, this Black Eagle shows strong embossing and plenty of eye appeal.
A sharp Black Eagle note that shows nice paper wave, great color and very good margins.
A attractive Black Eagle note that has a great low serial# E25A! A low number on a popular series makes for a real winner! Fresh and bright but with a bit closer top margin all that keeps it from a higher grade.
A well worn Black Eagle note with trimmed margins and a fsir amount of soiling. Could be just right for a bargain minded collector.
An evenly circulated Black Eagle note that retains good color. An always popular note that many will find just right for their needs.
Good embossing and excellent color show on this 3 fold XF black eagle note. Fresh and original and a note that you willo love.
STAR NOTE *17046116D, FpD6969, Bp4318. Not the prettiest star note by any means but a star nonetheless and in need of a good home. The paper is stained but has the crispness of a VF and pinholes in each corner. Likely pinned up somewhere and finally saved for us. Can you give it a good home?
Clean and crispy with good color and no mproblems. A good beginning to a large type collection.
A CUT SHEET of 4 notes, plates EFGH. A neat group of notes, all a bit closer at the top but superbly fresh and original with excellent embossing.
A nicely embossed note that has broad corner folds UR and LL. Well margined with good color nad plenty of crispness.
A crispy, well embossed example of the most common large silver certificates. A couple of small stains below the portrait lowers the price just a bit.
Strong color and deep embossing are seen on this lightly circulated note. A light center fold is all that prevents a CU grade
A really neat serial# Z80000001A makes this a very special note. Deeply embossed and wonderfully original, its grade is limited only by a crimp by the seal and some minor handling at 2 corners.
The rare Woods-Tate signature combination graces this crispy, attractive note. We are always happy to have one of these to offer. The margins and color are good on this evenly circulated note.
This Educational $2 note shows the designs very well. The problems are in the margins with some tears and some missing pieces at the left. Check the scans to see if it works for you.
An evenly circulated, problem free Educational $2 note that shows all of the wonderful designs very well indeed! Well centered with good color, there are no folds breaking the design or impairing its look in any way. We feel that it represents the VF20 grade very well, looking even a bit nicer. These get much pricer as the grades go up.
A superb note, SERIAL# 5, the fifth note issued in this long running series! The top note from the second sheet printed! A simply super note that has great color, crispy deeply embossed paper and well balanced margins. A light sheet fold shows in the top margin and is a bit more evident on the back. Sold as a Gem and ChAU, it is a special note destined to dress up even an advanced collection.
This is a beautiful example of the second rarest 1899 $2 silver certificate. Track&Price shows only 143 known, second only to the very tough Napier-Thompson Fr# 254 with 89 known. It is a fresh and original note, one of only 7 XFs listed. The census shows 60 CUs and 39 grading Fine or less, leaving few collector grade notes like this for the many who seek these. Only 5 XFs have been offered at public auction since 1992, the last one in May of 2010. The PPQ designation speaks of its originality, easily verified thru the holder.
The first of 2 well matched 1899 $2 silvers that we are pleased to offer. Strong color and bold inking make it very eye appealing, as does its originality. Embossing can still be seen on this popular type. This is a great collector grade for this type.
The second example of the Fr# and just a bit nicer. It has the same bold color and original embossing. It has excellent eye appeal and just a bit less wear. Either one should do you well - check the scans to see which one is for you!
A wonderfully deep blue overprint makes this a superb looking note! Deeply inked, it has good margins and well embossed paper. This beauty offers superb eye appeal and would look great in most any collection.
We are pleased to have this good looking Silver Dollar Back to offer, a type that is in strong demand in all grades. This well margined note has a small red seal. The all important back design shows very well for the grade. The only problem noted is a closed tear at the upper right that extends through the border design. It has no effect on the designs but does lower the price a bit. Lots to like about this popular note.
Thought by many to be our most beautiful note, this example shows the designs very well indeed. Educational notes are among our most popular and this one looks very sharp. Broadly margined with crispy paper, it shows a sharper center fold and some minor soiling in the left margin on the back. It is a solid VF note, we feel a VF30 and priced accordingly.
The always popular Chief note is here in a strong collector grade. We love VF notes and have quite a few listed for our customers to consider. This one is a solid note that has good color, margins and eye appeal.
This good looking Chief note has very crispy paper and good color. It faces up nicely with the back showing a bit heavier horizontal fold. The front margins are very good, the back good but shifted just a bit lower. Lots to like about this problem free Chief! SOLD
A well but evenly circulated Chief that will please a budget minded collector who wants a decent, problem free example of this popular type.
A simply gorgeous Chief note, one that looks as nice as a Gem but at a much better price! It is well margined with great color and a very light center bend that can be seen only on the back. Lots to like about this superb note.
This popular Porthole faces up very well with clean paper and a bold blue overprint. The back shows several sharper folds and a couple of minor edge splits, as mentioned by PMG. It comes in a good collector grade that should appeal to many collectors.
A beautiful and popular Porthole note with crispy, clean paper and strong color. We see 3 light vertical bends and few other signs of any wear. The front shows a closer top margin while the back centering is dead on! A beauty that is sure to please.
These black back silvers are very tough and always in demand. It is the kind of note that raises the level of any collection that it enters. This very well circulated note comes from a tougher Fr# that shows only 74 known in the Track&Price census. The edges are rough and there are several larger tears into the design. The back design still shows quite well in spite of the wear. It may be the best that many can afford. Please check out the scans to see if it works for you.
We are pleased to have this evenly circulated Treasury Ace to offer, one that our customers always seem to appreciate. This D plate note has a larger bottom margin and 2 very wide side margins. Clean paper and good color make it most eye appealing. SOLD
Notes from this popular series are always in demand so this good looking General Thomas note was a must buy at our last show! The originality is evident thru the holder. The grade of NEW62 is likely attributable to full but slightly uneven margins. They hardly affect its good look as the colors and inking are both deep and attractive. We invite your inspection of the scans - we think that you will like what you see.
Those seeking to complete their district set of $1 FRBNs will likely find this Boston note just right for them! Well margined on the front, the back a bit high, and with good embossing, the originality is readily apparent thru the holder. No folds are seen, perhaps some light handling that does not affect its eye appeal.
Boston district. This is the first in a nice run of $1 FRBNs from 10 of the 12 districts. They are all in good collector grades and will help those desiring to complete their district sets. This note has crispy, clean paper with just a small spot in the bottom margin on the back. A tougher district to find here in the midwest.
New York district. Evenly circulated with crispy paper, it shows a bit of light stains at the upper left. They are minor but must be disclosed.
Philadelphia district. The paper is very fresh and crispy with light folds and the look of a higher grade. A most eye appealing beauty tha you will love!
This attractive Cleveland district note bears low serial# D14A! Only 3 lower serial#s exist for this Fr# - #1, 2 and 11! The note is fresh, clean and crispy, likely folded several times and saved. There are 3 vertical folds and one horizontal, a perfect VF-XF or VF35. If you seek a cool note for your FRBN set, give this one a good look!
Cleveland district. A fresh and beautiful note with crispy paper, good color and strong eye appeal. The folds are light making it look nicer than its technical grade.
Atlanta district. This note comes from a tougher district and has good initial eye appeal. Closer examination shows that it has been pressed and feels flat. The paper is clean and ther color remains quite good.
St Louis district. It looks CU at first look but it is flat and feels a bit soft. The paper is very clean and the color bold.
St Louis district. This note is fresh and original with good crispness and color. There is a bit of light soiling and an extra fold or two but it comfortably fits into the VF grade.
Minneapolis district. This is a nice 3 vertical fold XF note from a tougher district. It has brighr paper and a very bold blue overprint.
A fresh and beautiful note from the better Minneapolis district, one that is sure to be on many want lists. Crispy, clean and bright, it also features well balance margins, especially on the front.
Dallas district. A good looking note from one of the tougher districts. It has good eye appeal but the paper feels a bit soft. The margins are slightly skewed on the front, the back very well centered.
San Francisco district. The last note in this excellent run of $1 FRBNs. Good margins, strong color and clean paper make for a most eye appealing note from a tougher district.
This rarer St. Louis district note shows but 35 in the Track&Price census. The paper is dark and aged and a bit brittle along the upper right margin. An internal tear in the right serial# has been reinforced on the back with a small piece of tape.
The Kansas City district is well represented by this evenly circulated and very attractive note. Well margined on both sides with good color, the paper is very clean and retains some crispness. We would put it at the lower end of the VF grade but it looks much nicer. An overlooked series that is gaining interest from many new collectors, thanks to Dave Rickey and his superb collection recently auctioned by Lyn Knight.
Blue Seal from Boston. A better Burke-Glass note from a tougher district. The paper is crisp and bright but hard horizontal and vertical center folds intersect in the portrait leaving a small hole in the portrait. It was folded and saved as the paper shows few other signs of much time in circulation.
Blue Seal from Cleveland. This rarer Burke-Glass note is one of the the lower serial #s of the 56 notes in the Track&Price census. Only 9 are graded Fine with the majority much nicer grade. A solid, evenly circulated note that also has good margins and color.
Blue Seal from Atlanta. A well circulated but problem free note from a much better district. The Track&Price census lists 83 notes, 9 of which are listed as CU. It is well centered with some light soiling as expected for the grade. A better note sure to be on some want lists.
Blue Seal from Chicago. A crispy bright note that has 3 sharper folds but clean paper and good color.
Blue Seal from Chicago. A wonderfully fresh and original note with good margins, bold color and great eye appeal. Just a center fold seen more so on the back than the front.
Blue Seal from St. Louis. This well circulated note has the rarer Burke-Glass signatures.
Blue Seal from Minneapolis. An evenly circulated note with the rarest signature combination on this series, Burke-Glass. Track&Price shows 59 known, the 5th rarest district with 3 of them very close to this district with just a couple less known. An attractive, problem free note that has good color and crispness. A good note for the Fed specialist.
Blue Seal from Kansas City. The paper seems a bit flat on this well margined, clean note.
STAR NOTE, L521546*, FpB315, Bp??. Blue Seal from San Francisco. A tougher star but washed and pressed with soft paper. Minor margin roughness is seen along the top. Only 23 listed in the Track&Price census.
Red Seal from New York. Fully original paper is clearly evident thru the comment free PMG VF20 holder. The red overprint is bold and dark with no sign of any bleed on the back. It faces up very nicely but the back shows some minor soiling at the center, not affecting the vignettes. A perfect note for the type.
Red Seal from Philadelphia. A tougher note with Track&Price showing only 24 in their census. It shows well for the grade with even wear and soiling. A problem free note that is sure to please its new owner.
Red Seal from Kansas City. This is a new addition to the 41 listed in the Track&Price census. It shows even wear and good color for the grade. PCGS assigns an Apparent grade for an Edge Tear at Right; Minor Rust Stain on Back. The edge tear shows, the rust stain is in the bottom margin and is hardly a problem.
Blue Seal from Boston. A veery attractive note with good margins, color and crispness. Perfect for your district set.
Blue Seal from New York. An evenly circulated note just right for the type.
Blue Seal from New York. This is a sharp example of the tougher c variety that shows 3 sharper vertical folds that define the XF40 grade. Well centered with razor sharp corners and bright white paper, it appears to have spent little if any time in circulation, rather folded and saved for us to enjoy.
Blue Seal from Philadelphia. A fresh and eye appealing note from Philly. The color is bold and the paper very clean and crispy. A bit of press bed ink shows in the upper right margin.
Blue Seal from Cleveland. Crispy and clean with a heavier center fold.
Blue Seal from Richmond. This lower end VF note shows even wear and light soiling. It comes from a tougher district and is likley to be needed by a number of Fed collectors.
Blue Seal from Chicago. A very attractive note in spite of a couple of sharper folds. Crispy, clean paper and a bold overprint give it the look of a higher grade. A bit of soiling at the bottom center is but a very minor distraction on this better c variety note.
Blue Seal from St Louis. A well centered note that retains good crispness and color. Light even soiling keeps it toward the lower end of the VF grade. A better district sure to attract interest.
Blue Seal from Minneapolis. First look says AU at least but closer examination shows that it has been pressed. The margins are good and the blue overprint shows very well. It comes from a tougher district.
Blue Seal from Kansas City. A very sharp note with clean, crispy paper and a bold overprint. We do not see any body folds, just a corner fold and a fair amount of light handling. It offers outstanding eye appeal from a better district.
Blue Seal from Dallas. For many years this Burke-Glass Dallas note was by far the rarest of the $5s with about 5 known. More have since shown up but it remains a rare note with 23 now listed in the Track&Price census. Only 2 are listed as higher grades, 1 in XF, 3 VFs (25 and higher). We sold the XF thru Heritage in 2006 for $5175, an indication of its super rarity at that time. The last 4 VF20s sold for $1025, $327, $1840 and $1075 back thru 2007. Our note is fully original with SOILING mentioned by PMG, as seen on the front left side of the note. Otherwise clean and with a good overall look. We have priced it based on our experience and best feel, you be the judge as to whether it fits into your collection.
Blue Seal from Dallas. A tough district, one that we seldom see here in the Midwest! The paper retains good body but there is light, even soiling and some wear and soiling in the margins.
Blue Seal from New York. Fresh and original with clean paper, it represents this type very well.
Blue Seal from Philadelphia. Good embossing is still evident on this lightly circulated beauty. Crispy and clean with a bold overprint, we see 1 horizontal and 1 vertical fold. It offers excellent eye appeal and enough grade to fit well into most any fed collection.
Blue Seal from Chicago. A crispy, clean beauty just perfect for the type!
Blue Seal from Chicago. Crackly crispy with clean paper - a high end VF that you will love!
Blue Seal from Chicago. A well centered, crispy and attractive example of this better b variety White-Mellon note.
Blue Seal from St Louis. This evenly circulated note has the much better Burke-Glass signature combination. A solid note for the grade and showing quite well. SOLD
Blue Seal from San Francisco. Outstanding eye appeal makes this better district note a real winner. It has great margins and bold color on bright paper.
Blue Seal from San Francisco. A well but evenly circulated note with a pinhole in the left margin.
Blue Seal from San Francisco. A tougher b variety that is much tougher to find on the $20 notes! Well centered with even wear and good color, it has a blue stamped CHOP MARK at the upper right on the back. Not unusual for these to have circulated all around the world. This likely showed its acceptance in the far east.
Blue Seal from San Francisco. A small scattering of pinholes are seen on this better b variety note. Clean paper and good color add to its eye appeal.
Blue Seal from New York. A very scarce "b" variety, issued in this denomination by only 2 districts. New York is by far the rarer of the 2 with only 21 known, compared to 94 from Cleveland. A solid note with clean paper and good color. A very minor nick in the top margin is mentioned only for full disclosure. Astute fed collectors will see the rarity of this note and find a good home for it in their collection.
Broad and well balanced margins, along with bold color, make this earlier gold note a perfect note to represent this type in their collection. The folds are light giving it the look of a higher grade. SOLD
Good margins and strong color make this gold note just right for many collectors. Even wear and soiling but with some light green stains in the margins. See the scans to see if it works for you.
A fresh and bright gold note with the usual close margins almost always seen on this type. While close, the margins do not touch the design in any way. The paper is crispy and original.
A very well margined 1922 $10 gold that has tons of eye appeal and shows fresh, original surfaces! The inking is bold and dark, the gold color superb.
Great color on this better gold note, along with the Napier-Thompson signature combination. It is the rarest by far of the 6 Fr#s for the 1906 golds with only 101 listed in the Track&Price census. This one is new to the census and with its good margins and strong color, should be a great addition to many collections. This is the first that we have had to offer abd is sure to please. PMG states Small Tear but no NET grade. Three of us went over the note very carefully and found no tear! We wonder sometimes what they see!!
This well centered gold note comes in a strong collector grade that many will find just right for their needs. Well margined with strong color, it shows just a bit of light staining in the lower right margin. These 1906 series notes are many times rarer than the common 1922 series but are priced about the same. SOLD