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SOLD at 2012 May 15 @ 06:02UTC-4 : AST/EDT
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Tallahassee, Florida, Uncut sheet of 4 notes, 18xx (originally printed in 1843-44, these are ca.1960-70's), $1-$2-$3-$4, (FL-65-G20; G22; G23; G24), Revived Bank Issues Payable at the Office of D.S. Kennedy in New York (1843-44), Unlisted Modern ÒProprietary ProofÓ, The $1 note has reclining cherub on left and in numeral ones flanking central vignette of allegorical woman with Mercury and Gryphon; The $2 note has seated ÒProsperityÓ in middle, cameo on left and standing allegorical woman in numeral on right; The $3 note has 2 note has seated allegorical woman with cornucopia in middle, cameo on left and standing allegorical woman in numeral on right; and the $4 note has small locomotive over bridge on left, sailing ship on right and frontiersman and reaper with arms in middle, Black printing with no underprint printed on thin white card, PMG graded Choice About Uncirculated 55. RWH. This is the only uncut sheet from this bank found in the archive. (ABN Commemoratives, AIA XI, May 15, 2012)