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Guest Dana G   
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Q: What US type note features a cornucopia (or Horn-of-Plenty)?

 

Good luck everyone & have a great weekend!

 

 

Our first place winner will receive a coupon for 1 note graded under the Standard grading tier. (You must have an active account with PMG,call PMG for details) There will also be a runner up prize given to a randomly selected player with the correct answer.

 

REMINDER: The Numisma-Quest ends on Saturday at midnight EST. Entries after that time will not be valid. See the Trivia info post for more details.

 

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Amarillo   
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The national bank note series 1902 with, red seal, blue seal and date back, or blue seal and plain back (third charter period), with the portrait of president Benjamin Harrison, F-587 to F612

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Kenneth F   
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The 1886 $1 Silver Certificate "The Martha Note".

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SamD   
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[font:Arial Black]1886 & 1891 Martha Washington $1 Silver Certificate.

Obverse Lower Right Corner. [/font]

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hunter's gold   
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The first $100 Federal Reserve note featured a portrait of Benjamin Franklin on the obverse and allegorical figures representing labor, plenty, America, peace and commerce on the reverse. The figure representing plenty is holding a cornucopia or horn of plenty

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Guest Dana G   
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Q: What US type note features a cornucopia (or Horn-of-Plenty)?

 

A: Fr 215-223, 587, among many other US-type notes.

 

 

Great job everyone and congratulations to our winner L1ncolnF4n and our runner up Amarillo!!!!

 

Don't forget to stop by this Friday for NGC's question!!

 

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