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03/25/2023 07:25 PM
(3) PIECES PAPER CURRENCY + (2) EARLY BANK “COUNTERFEIT DETECTORS”
Comments: (3) Pieces Paper Currency + (2) Early Bank “Counterfeit Detectors” Lot includes a 1806 Two Dollar Bank Note in Poor Condition with tape over torn section. A large size Five Dollar Federal Reserve Note series of 1914 that is in Good Condition with blue seal and serial number, A two Dollar Federal Reserve Note Dated 1976 in Fair Condition. This lot also includes (2) partial pieces of early Notes used so Banks could verify the engraving and detect counterfeit Notes. All are in plastic sleeves. At our auction Gallery for preview.
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