Up for auction here is a nice 1929 Type 2 $10 note from The Hamilton National Bank of Chattanooga, TN. This is a nice note with some crispness to the paper and bold color that appears to be around XF for condition. Please view photos and grade for yourself.
I do offer a return policy but please let me know right away if a return is necessary. Please ask questions and view photos as returns are an inconveniance for both buyer and seller, but if the item does not work, returns are not a problem at all. I accept paypal, from CONFIRMED addresses only. Shipping for this item is 5.00 with insurance and will be mailed via USPS.
I will be listing a decent size collection of nationals now and over the next week or so, please view my other items.
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Arizona residents 9.3% sales tax on paper money.
Shipping charges are based on the current prices of insured shipping through the USPS. The post office has raised their rates and costs are seemingly increasing more and more often. I calculate shipping on what I expect the item to sell for and what the insurance costs will be. Thanks again and have a great day.
On May-08-12 at 08:31:11 PDT, seller added the following information:
I have had a couple of questions on authenticity. I guarantee the coin to be genuine. I have had a couple of experts look at this coin and the first thought it was uncirculated, the second thought it was a proof, and I have handled a couple of 1872 Two Cent Pieces myself over the past couple of years and do not have any concerns on this one. I certainly believe this to be genuine, but of course cannot guarantee that it will grade or what it will grade. It is a very nice piece and looks great, as I think the pictures do a fair job of showing. I hope this explanation helps to clarify.
Thanks and please feel free to ask any questions.