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Fr.-224 1896 $1 Educational (Courtesy Signature) Ser. # 55 PMG 40EPQ



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This is an amazing find as it is one of the lowest serial numbers known for a Fr.-224 1896 $1 Educational note. The serial number is a super two-digit solid serial number # 55 and it resides in a PMG-40EPQ holder. What make this rarity so important is it has a Courtesy Autograph on the back signed in very legible ink by the then Treasurer of the United States D.N. Morgan and dated July 23rd of 1897. That is 118 years ago! How cool is that? This was a Presentation Note that someone folded and put away as it never got into the general circulation! Too bad they folded it as it has GEM margins and the inks are as vibrant as the day it was printed.

Is anyone turning 55 this year? If you are I got the note for you. I bought this $1 Educational Note with Tillman and Morgan a courtesy signature several years ago when I turned 55. It is one of the few Courtesy Autograph $1 Silver Certificates I have seen. Just think, the signatures are over 118 years old.

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