1863 3rd Issue 50 Cent One Sided Note Value – How much is 50 Cent Blank Back Worth?

1863 3rd Issue 50 Cent One Sided Note Value – How much is 50 Cent Blank Back Worth?

1863 Third Issue 50 Cent Notes Fractional Currency 11863 Third Issue 50 Cent Notes Fractional Currency 2
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Item Info
Series1863
TypeFractional Currency Proofs and Specimens
Seal VarietiesNone or N/A
Signature Varieties1. Colby - Spinner
2. N/A
3. Allison - Spinner
4. Jeffries - Spinner
Varieties40 Varieties. Includes Fronts, Backs only for both Narrow and Wide margins. Will identify from your image.
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Other Info1. Different design varieties exist - Your note may vary from image - Notes with blank backs are specimens and more valuable
Example RarityWith autographed signatures Allison-Spinner, signatures Allison - Spinner with no seal. Crucial: Wide Variety.
Comment: Great find, note is highly collectible. Notes in new condition up to $14500. 3
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