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Enjoyed watching the bidding tonight on Heritage. Many high quality lots brought two or three times estimates. Why did I think interest in fractionals was waning? 
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I also thought that they went for strong prices. I was going to bid on the Stanton and it went for almost twice as much as I was going to bid.
Sure wish I was selling my collection now and not in 2014.
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dtreter
The high octane stuff did really well but will have to wait to see how Friday's sale for fractional notes in CHCU do...

I'm sorry I didn't sell some of my better notes yesterday...😖
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dtreter
Wow again...the more common but still nice notes went for moon money in today's Central States auction A few didn't sell but the ones that did... really did very well.

Hindsight is good...since I've been wanting to sell my fractional collection, I am so sorry I missed the opportunity to submit my notes into this auction. 😪
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TomTomTomTom
The fractional wide margin specimens that sold today brought some excellent prices. Many were graded 65/66/67. If I were guessing, they all came from a very selective seller and were scooped up by some very hungry buyers.
Always looking for high quality fractional notes, specimens, proofs, experimentals and anything fractional related
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