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mikelaw

Somewhat difficult. Hopefully grade is fully blacked out. No looking up the serial number. Good luck

 

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Mike
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
I think I see a couple counting marks, centering not the best, and handling at left. AU55 ? 

It is hard to tell from scans. 
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Scooter1
 I don’t know?  XF 45 ?
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MaineJoe
I'm with Scooter, 45Q
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mikelaw
Nope. Nice tries. Good luck. 
Mike
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postalnotes
au58 epq

Researching United States Postal Notes 1883-1894.

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MaineJoe
2nd guess 55Q
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Tova5608
Maybe 62 no PPQ
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Scooter1
2nd guess… 64 no Q
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mikelaw

Tova was closest.... 62Q. 

 

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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Good guess Tova

I didn't consider that the back is orange instead of green, and mistook the discoloration at the left as staining or soiling from circulation. It is just the reverse ink showing through. 

Nice note. 
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Tova5608
Thanks ESSF. Hard to see any embossing through holder-hence my no ppq.
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