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Lot:6099 Friedberg 328. 1880 $50 Silver Certificate of Deposit. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ.

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Friedberg 328. 1880 $50 Silver Certificate of Deposit. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. One of the most impressive notes in the D. Brent Pogue Collection is this Series of 1880 $50 Silver Certificate of Deposit. This is the only 1878 or 1880 dated $50 Silver Certificate to achieve an Uncirculated grade from PMG, and it is a Gem! This vividly inked and broadly margined note displays the reserved portrait of politician and renowned orator Edward Everett at right. A large brown spiked Treasury Seal is prominent at center. The engraved signatures of Rosecrans and Huston are stacked to the bottom right. Blue printed serial numbers are in panels at the bottom left and top right. Just 100,000 examples of this variety were printed and today roughly 35 are known to survive.This note last sold at auction in a PCGS Currency Gem New 65 holder for $287,500 in October 2005. PMG has since affirmed the Gem grade. We sold the second finest known example of the catalog number, the Joel R. Anderson Collection example graded About New 55 PPQ by PCGS Currency, for $132,000 in our February 2019 Baltimore sale. This example is far superior, unequaled in terms of quality and way ahead of the pack in terms of assigned third-party grade.Edward Everett is best remembered as an orator from Massachusetts, although he held a number of political offices. It was Everett who, at the dedication of the Gettysburg National Battlefield in 1863, gave a two-hour speech before Lincoln made his Gettysburg Address, which the president said would be little remembered. It became a classic, of course, while what Everett had to say is unknown except to the most dedicated student of Civil War trivia. It was Everett in the late 1850s who took the lead in the restoration of Mount Vernon and gave over 200 speeches in this regard. <em>From Kreisberg & Schulmans sale of March 1965, lot 931; NASCAs sale of November 1979, lot 1957; Lyn Knights Fixed Price List of October 1980; Lyn Knights sale of December 1998, lot 189; Lyn Knights sale of December 2000, lot 175; Jay Parrinos Fixed Price List of February 2002; Sterling Crum; Dave Rickey; Lyn Knights sale of October 2005, lot 73. </em>