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Continued Available Currency From Issue Three: 12/05/1864—08/16/1869

Third Issue Three Cent Note Light Background

Washington Portrait Partially Encircled By Wreath

The Sole Three Cent Produced In The Fractional Series

It's Real Value Was, Like The Three-Cent Silver Piece Produced Concurrently, It Could Be Used To Buy A Three-Cent Postage Stamp. No stains, or holes. Some barely visible creasing seen mainly in margins on reverse. Gem margins on front.

 

EF

 

FR 1226

 

 

$79.00

       

        

 

        

Third Issue Five Cent Note

Portrait of Spencer M. Clark, Superintendent of the National Currency Bureau.

 

Choice Uncirculated, PMG Graded Five-Cent
Clark Note Of The Rarer Type Identified By The "a" On Right Side Of Obverse. Also Awarded The Prestigious "EPQ" i.e. "Exceptional Paper Quality" Designation Making It Among The Best Of The Best Examples Of This Richly Storied Bill.

 

Please Take A Moment To Read How The Superintendent's Likeness Came To Appear On The Note—Instead Of  A Depiction Of Explorers Lewis And Clark, Whose Images Were Supposed To Have Graced The Obverse

 

 

FR1239 with "a"

PMG Graded UNC 64, EPQ

 



$279.00

      

 

Third Issue Five Cent Note

Portrait of Spencer M. Clark, Superintendent of the National Currency Bureau.

Clean Note, Superior Color, AU/UNC. Nice Clarks Are Getting Scarce

 

Please Take A Moment To Read How The Superintendent's Likeness Came To Appear On The Note—Instead Of  A Depiction Of Explorers Lewis And Clark, Whose Images Were Supposed To Have Graced The Obverse

 

Clark Authorized The Funky Bronze Circles Framing The Portraits Of The Second Issue

 

FR1238

$99.00


       


 

 

Third Issue Five Cent Note

 

Portrait of Spencer M. Clark, Superintendent of the National Currency Bureau.

About Gem, Superior Paper Quality, And Excellent Margins

 

Please Take A Moment To Read How The Superintendent's Likeness Came To Appear On The Note—Instead Of  A Depiction Of Explorers Lewis And Clark, Whose Images Were Supposed To Have Graced The Obverse

FR1238

 

$139.00


 

Third Issue Five-Cent Specimen Pair
Narrow Margin

 

Pleasing Example Of A Specimen Pair Taken From A Shield. The Colors And Graphics Are As Rich As Any Seen On Uncirculated Notes, But The Cut And Texture Of The Paper Would Keep This Pair In The EF Range. One Reverse Is Stamped "Specimen" While The Other Is Blank. Both Reverses Show The Strain Of Removal From The Display Shield; Still, This Offering Provides A Very Presentable Couple Of Matched Speciment Notes At A Bargain Rate. If You're Not A Specimen Collector, But Would Like A Pair To Fill Out Your Fractional Inventory, Here's Your Chance.

 

 

FR 1238spnb
FR 1236spnmf


Very Fine

 

 

 

 


$120.00




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