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SCWPM PS137A 5 Dollars Hungarian Banknote Extremely Fine / About Uncirculated EF/AU (02/02/1852)

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PS137A   B 5 dollars 02/02/1852 EF/AU $ 103.50 In Stock
PS137A B 5 dollars 02/02/1852 EF/AU $ 103.50 In Stock
New York , February 2nd, 1852 $5 Hungarian Fund note from New York with printed date and signature of Louis Kossuth. Series B. Printed by Danforth, Bald & Co. in New York City. Handwritten serial number in pink
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The rare denomination in the series and awfully underpriced in the catalogue. Louis Kossuth was a Hungarian statesman, the foremost leader of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848-1849. The Hungarian Fund notes were an attempt to raise funds in the United States to back their uprising. Condition: Extremeley fine to about uncirculated. Cashier pinhole in top corner,which is usual for this note. Some ageing signs as it is from 1852 - 165 years old- but no harsh folds.

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