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|Type||Fractional Currency Proofs and Specimens|
|Seal Varieties||None or N/A|
|Signature Varieties||1. Colby - Spinner|
3. Allison - Spinner
4. Jeffries - Spinner
|Varieties||40 Varieties. Includes Fronts, Backs only for both Narrow and Wide margins. Will identify from your image.|
|See Also||If your note doesn't match try:|
1. 1862 1st Issue 50 Cent Fractional Specimens
2. 1863 2nd Issue 50 Cent Fractional Specimens
3. 1862 1st Issue 50 Cent Fractional Currency
4. 1863 2nd Issue 50 Cent Fractional Currency
5. 1863 3rd Issue 50 Cent Fractional Currency
6. 1863 4th Issue 50 Cent Fractional Currency
|Other Info||1. Different design varieties exist - Your note may vary from image - Notes with blank backs are specimens and more valuable|
|Example Rarity||With 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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