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A Diamond in the Rough! posted by Riccee

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A Diamond in the Rough! Well very Rough! What do you think it will grade?


I just picked up this very very rare note. It is truly a Diamond in the Rough. Don't believe me check the population report on this note.

FR. 1607m 1935 MULE M-A Block $1 ONE DOLLAR SILVER CERTIFICATE. It has a population of ONE and it is a 20.

What's a mule, you ask?

In the case of 1935 mules, they are actually 1935 faces printed on 1935A backs!

This is easily determined by the back plate size & number.

The 1935 Plain series used a "micro-plate" back numbers ranging from # 1- 929.

The 1935A series used a "macro-plate" back numbers starting at # 930 .

This note bears back plate # 940, making it a 1935 mule!

In the Small Size U.S. Paper Money 10th Edition (Scott Lindquist) book this note is valued at $750.00 in V-F.


So the big question is What Do You Think It Will Grade?


My guess is 12 net. What's your guess? Based on the pictures what do you think it will grade?


I will post pictures when the note gets back from PMG. The search continues.



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