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353   Fr. 225 $1 1896 Silver Certificate  $200 $477 $525 7 You must login to place a bid.
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#353 - Fr. 225 $1 1896 Silver Certificate Estimate: $2,500+

Gorgeous 1896 'History Instructing Youth' silver certificate

Beautiful Fr. 225 $1 1896 Silver Certificate, serial no. 53440009, plate A100/160, graded by PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ. This is part of the 'Educational Series' of notes which had been authorized by an act of Congress on August 1, 1886. Entitled 'History Instructing Youth,' the front of this note features an allegorical image on the front showing 'History,' styled as Lady Liberty, teaching a child, with the landmarks of Washington, DC, in the distance. The back features portraits of George Washington and Martha Washington. A superb piece with excellent visual appeal.

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