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Lot:6044 Friedberg 98. 1875 $10 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Serial Number 1.

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SBP2020年3月巴尔地摩#5-Pogue集藏VI

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2020-03-20 09:30:00

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Friedberg 98. 1875 $10 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Serial Number 1. This remarkable Series of 1875 $10 Legal Tender Note proudly displays serial number A1 in bold red ink in panels to the lower left and upper right. Attractive reddish-pink overprints are featured on this "Series A" note and include a spiked Treasury seal at left and ornamental protector with TEN just to the right of center. The engraved signatures of Treasury officials Allison and New are featured on this rare variety. Just 38 serial numbers are reported in the Track & Price census. Broad margins and vividly printed inks enhance the overall appeal of this gem note. PMG has certified just 12 examples of the catalog number, with this serial number 1 note being the single finest graded. A true trophy note whose pedigree can be traced back to the personal holdings of Treasurer John C. New. Serial number 1 notes have been strongly contested in recent years and here is a note for which we expect to see spirited bidding. The face design is similar to that of the Series of 1869 save for changes in overprint, tints and seal type. The portrait of statesman Daniel Webster is seen on the left end. Webster was a New Hampshire native, a politician who twice served as United States senator from Massachusetts, in addition to serving as secretary of State under presidents Harrison, Tyler, and Fillmore. Continued at right is the motif known as <em>Introduction of the Old World to the New.</em> At the bottom center of the note is a perched American eagle that when turned upside down resembles the head of a donkey. The 1875 issues come with "Series A" varieties with that wording in a round overprint at top center and along the bottom edge of the design on the face, and a "no series" variety that lacks the "Series A" overprints. <em>From the personal holdings of John C. New; Lyn Knights sale of February 2000, lot 396; Lyn Knights sale of October 2004, lot 47. </em>