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Continued Available Currency From Issue Three: 12/05/186408/16/1869

Third Issue Fifty Cent Spinner

 

 

 

Portrait of General F.E. Spinner, U.S. Treasurer Under Lincoln, And The Creator Of Fractional Currency. Design Figure "a" On Obverse.

 

Type 2 Green Back

 

 

Very collectible example of a scarcer Spinner. The margins are clean and even, and the corners are sharp. Neat but pronounced bronzing flank the father of fractional currency. The snazzy and collectible Type II back is a wonder of mandala-like graphics and grapic flourishes, at once fun to look at, but difficult to counterfeit.

PMG 40 EF

 

FR 1342


$189.00

Third Issue Fifty Cent Spinner

 

Portrait of General F.E. Spinner, U.S. Treasurer Under Lincoln, And The Creator Of Fractional Currency. Design Figure "1" on obverse.

Type 2 Green Back, W/O Surcharges

Spinners were printed on pages that contained twelve uncut notes, three across and four bills down.

 

"Positioning" characters were used on each sheet. The first horizontal "row" of the sheet had the "a" imprinted, and the first vertical column had the numeral "1" as the design figure. One in twelve, the uppermost left bill, had both the "a" and the "1".

 

This excellent example includes the design figure "1" , and was also given the "Premium Paper Quality" designation by PCGS.

PCGS Spinner 45

 

FR 1341

 


$200.00

 

Third Issue Fifty Cent Note       

 

 

Red Back

 

Without Design Figures

Surcharges A-2-6-5 on Reverse

Portrait of General F.E. Spinner, U.S. Treasurer Under Lincoln, And The Creator Of Fractional Currency.

 

One of the best looking Spinners I've seen, with red back. The margins on this note are generous all the way around, front and back. Centering is outstanding. A beautiful note.

 

 

PMG AU55

 

 

FR 1324

 


$269.00

 

 

Third Issue Fifty Cent Note

Type I, Red Back

Portrait of General F.E. Spinner, U.S. Treasurer Under Lincoln, And The Creator Of Fractional Currency.

Though Identified As An FR1324 By PMG, the "Colby" signature looks hand signed, and the "Spinner" ink has bled through, which it rarely does with printed autographs. One could argue this one to be a 1328.

As Indicated By The "EPQ", i.e. "Exceptional Paper Quality", This Note's Texture Is As Outstanding As Its Overall "Gem" 65 Rating.

Compactly Spaced "A-2-6-5"

 

FR 1324

 

PMG 65

Gem Uncirculated

Exceptional Paper Quality


A Near Perfect Note.

 


$695.00

 

Third Issue Fifty Cent Note

 

Type II, Green Back

 

 

Portrait of General F.E. Spinner, U.S. Treasurer Under Lincoln, And The Creator Of Fractional Currency.

 

 

The "Choice 58" appears on first look to be Uncirculated say the graders. Like the Choice VF35, all the elements are there, and in spades on this rarer type. Spinners were printed in sheets of twelve, and only one of the twelve had both the "1" and "a" position numbers on the obverse. Lots of eye appeal, rarity, and of Exceptional Paper Quality.

 

FR 1340


 

Choice About Uncirculated

 

 


$449.00

 

 

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