The major fold lines are vertical. it looks like people folded the bill in half then in half again. there is also a hint of another vertical fold between the two outer and the middle fold. it looks as though it got folded up wrong.
This is the key to the series with less than a hundred Fr 1170a notes known. This one has an appealing low 7 digit serial number too. The note grades VF-25 to 30 in my opinion. The color is very bold, this note has not been washed or pressed or altered.
Signatures; Napier-McClung. Very nice large size circulated currency, very attractive for the grade, bright ink, clean paper, with Horizontal and Vertical fold marks. Premium Paper Quality. Serial # B38282210.
Parker & Burke Signatures. Certified Very Fine 35 by PCGS. What do you see in the unedited scan is what you will get. Grading is subjective and is ONLY our opinion. You look at super sized pictures and grade for yourself.
Excellent paper quality. Punch through embossing. Bright and bold colors. Fantastic eye appeal. Once again the ridiculous fall back to AU58PPQ grade has been assigned. This note shows no sign of circulation.
Faults, if any, will be described in the item condition field. Certified Currency may have grade designations such as Exceptional Paper Quality / Premium Paper Quality (EPQ/PPQ) and appr (for appearing) or net.
Believe it or not, we used to have currency that was able to be converted to gold. And if you could still convert it, this note would have been turned in long ago! This is a slightly more rare 1907 issue.
BETTER SERIES 1907 Gold Certificate! over 110 years old in great shape for its age! The back of the note is printed in a beautifulorange-gold color and states GOLD COIN on the bottom of the note. This certificate is.
This Beautiful Series of 1907 $10 Gold Certificate is graded Very Fine 20 by PMG who have just 229 in their population report compared to a whopping 3,519 of the more commonly seen 1922 Series Fr 1173. View the many unaltered high-resolution scans and see if you like it for your collection. Items always ship well protected, insured, and the same or next day of receiving clear payment. REAL Legal Tender Currency Serial # E 4151562.
We maintain a HUGE inventory of PCGS and NGC certified coins, many with the independent CAC approval. We want to hear from you. We're happy to describe any item for you in detail, explain the value, and we will even negotiate a better price when possible.
Up for sale is a 1907 United States of America $10 Gold Certificate that is PMG certified Very Fine 30. This note features the portrait of Michael Hillegas, the first Treasurer of the United States. The reverse design, treasury seal and roman numeral X are printed in a golden-orange ink as a reminder that it is a gold note. Please enlarge photos to get a better look at the note you will receive. It is tough to find these Gold Certificates in such nice condition. Don't miss out. Add this one to your own collection, before someone else beats you to it. STATE SALES TAX IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF THE ITEM LISTED. If you live in a state that has state sales tax, you may be required to pay it when checking out through eBay. For more great coins/notes and rounds, check out my other auctions.
Great centering along with good paper, and nice embossing combine to give this truly superb note premium eye appeal. There aren't too many bills with a nice look like this note. If you are a currency collector who wants a solid note then look no further.
BETTER SERIES 1907 Gold Certificate! over 110 years old in great shape for its age! The back of the note is printed in a beautifulorange-gold color and states GOLD COIN on the bottom of the note. This is aBEAUTIFUL CRISP CLEAN VF note with just a small amount of wear from circulation.
The F-1171 piece signed by Parker and Burke has a serial number of E4479911. I'm not a professional grader but comparing it to others I've seen, this certificate would grade quite high. The bill has gone through the grading process since the photos were taken!
Believe it or not, we used to have currency that was able to be converted to gold. And if you could still convert it, this note would have been turned in long ago! This is the more rare 1907. It has been graded About Uncirculated 53 by PMG.