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Fr.-2404 1928 $50 Gold Certificate Ser. A02984211A PMG-64EPQ



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Price: $3,950.00


 

Fr.-2404 This is a very nice example of the 1928 $50 Gold Certificate in a PMG-64PPQ holder. Of all the 1928 gold certificates, the $50 denomination is the hardest to acquire in uncirculated condition. The $10 and $20 gold certificates are more common in uncirculated condition. The other reason being is that there were less $50 issued than the $100 gold certificate. I donít understand why this one did not get in at least a 65PPQ holder? The centering and margins are definitely a 65 grade on the face and at least a 65 on the reverse. Go figure, maybe someone had a bad day at the office. But you can see for yourself and be the judge. Iíve seen many 64ís and a few 65ís with the same centering!

Anyway the colors are excellent and it is a very nice note for the gold certificate collector. A wonderful 1928 $50 Gold Certificate in a PMG-64EPQ holder. The serial number is A02984211A. The colors are a bright golden color and the margins are great for the grade. There are no rips, tears or pinholes.

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