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Fr.-2407 1928 $500 Gold Certificate Ser. # A00120562A PMG-25

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Here is $500''s worth of pure paper gold. I am offering you a chance to purchase a 1928 $500 Gold Certificate. It is in a PMG VF-25 holder. The serial number is A00120561A. If you have ever searched for these high denomination gold certificates you will quickly find that most of them have been pressed and cleaned, which was an acceptable practice from the 1920 to the 1960 era. If you find one with a EPQ or PPQ notation on the holder, you will pay a steep premium for it. I do have one at this time with the PPQ designation on the website. This circulated 1928 $500 gold certificate has no rips, tears, bank stamps or pinholes. That in itself is unusual. I had six of these $500 gold certificates several months ago but this is the last one I have. This note is priced just right for the right person. Greensheet is $10,000 in a VF-20 holder. Get this one while you can! It is priced for a quick sale.

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