1935-A Hawaii Silver Certificate Grade?
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I'm leaning towards no, as far as grading goes. The condition is ok, I'd probably put it at around AU55, but I believe the L-C block is one of the more desirable or harder to find and that elevates it a little. I'm thinking the condition is enough to hold it down, the center fold is a killer along with some other issues. Too bad, it's a nice note, one I wouldn't think twice about adding to a collection, and it looks like HAWAII has some really great embossing. 

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