Canada DC-29 1929 $1,000, PMG Extremely Fine 40 EPQ, obverse

Canada DC-29 1929 $1,000, PMG Extremely Fine 40 EPQ, obverse

In celebration of its 10th Anniversary, Paper Money Guaranty® (PMG®) will display a dozen superb PMG-certified notes from the Drs. Joanne and Edward Dauer Collection at its booth (#1506) during the American Numismatic Association (ANA) World’s Fair of Money in Chicago, August 11-15, 2015. PMG is the official paper money grading service of the ANA.

The Dauer Collection notes include both U.S. and world rarities. Perhaps most significant are two $1,000 notes from Canada. One is a 1911 DC-20 graded PMG Fine 12 that is the only example in private hands, while the other, a 1925 DC-29 graded PMG Extremely Fine 40 EPQ, is the finest of just three pieces held by collectors.

PMG’s display will feature the finest United States 1874 Fr. 185a $500 Legal Tender Note, this example graded PMG Very Fine 30 and pedigreed to the Amon Carter Collection. Two 1869 “Rainbow Notes” will also be shown along with other rarities from the U.S., Canada, Bermuda and East Africa.

“Eddie and Joanne Dauer have built a phenomenal collection of paper money and we are very happy that they have allowed PMG to display some highlights,” says Sergio Sanchez, a PMG consultant who has worked with the Dauers for many years. “These notes are certain to excite paper money specialists and casual observers alike.”

Drs. Joanne and Edward Dauer have used PMG to certify many of the most important rarities in their collection. Explaining the impact of PMG on the hobby in the last decade, they say: “The grading and preservation services offered by PMG have provided credibility and safety to an ever increasing number of new collectors. Beginning as well as advanced collectors can now rely on the professional expertise of PMG. This has been a significant factor in the growth and popularity in paper money collecting.”

A flyer with images and descriptions of select notes to be displayed from the Drs. Joanne and Edward Dauer will be available at the PMG booth (#1506) and on the PMG website.

The Dauer Collection notes include both US and world rarities. Perhaps most significant are two $1,000 notes from Canada. One is a 1911 DC-20 graded PMG Fine 12 that is the only example in private hands, while the other, a 1925 DC-29 graded PMG Extremely Fine 40 EPQ, is the finest of just three pieces held by collectors.

 

Selections from the Drs. Joanne and Edward Dauer Collection include:

USA Fr. 151 1869 $50 Legal Tender, PMG About Uncirculated 50,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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USA Fr. 168 1869 $100 Legal Tender, PMG Extremely Fine 40 EPQ,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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USA Fr. 185a 1874 $500 Legal Tender, PMG Very Fine 30,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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USA Fr. 187j 1880 $1,000 Legal Tender, PMG Very Fine 25,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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Canada BC-17 1935 $500, PMG Very Fine 30,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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Canada DC-19 1911 $500, PMG Choice Fine 15 NET,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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Canada DC-20 1911 $1,000, PMG Fine 12 NET,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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Canada DC-28 1925 $500, PMG Choice Very Fine 35,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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Bermuda/British Administration Pick# 12 1941 £5, PMG Choice Uncirculated 64,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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East Africa, Currency Board Pick# 11 1920 20 Florins = £2 – Mombasa,
PMG Choice Extremely Fine 45 NET,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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East Africa, Currency Board Pick# 12 1920 50 Florins = £5 – Mombasa,
PMG About Uncirculated 53 NET,
obverse (left) and reverse (right)
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