TT FR 102 1880 $10 LEGAL TENDER SCARCE LARGE BROWN SEAL LCG 65 PPQ GEM NEW!
1880 $10 Legal Tender serial number Z6029570 with signatures of Bruce and Wyman. Fr 102, and plate B11/13. Graded 65 PPQ (Premium Paper Quality) Gem New by Legacy. Only about 152 examples of this number are known in all grades combined, and this lovely piece, with its bold, original embossing, perfect colors and broad margins has got to be one of the very finest of that small group. Each denomination from the Series of 1869 is represented by just a single catalog number. For the $10 denomination that is Fr. 69 (W-1275). The portrait of Daniel Webster, engraved by Alfred Sealey, is at left, while at right is the vignette variously titled Introduction of the Old World to the New or Pocahontas Presented at Court. At bottom center is an eagle perched upon a shield and clutching an olive branch and arrows. When inverted the eagle resembles a donkey lending to the popular "Jackass" nickname by which these notes are commonly known. The same design was used on the top of Fractional Currency Shields. This particular rendition of the national bird was continued on Legal Tender Notes through and including the Series of 1880.
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Shipping cost for International Packages
Unfortunately, with the rise of gas prices and everything else, FedEx increased the prices for international postage. We hold as much as we could to not pass the new prices to our customer, unfortunately we couldn't hold the prices any longer.
Always have in mind to combine your items to save on shipping.
First Class International: Total Value Under $150.00 = $25.00 and add $0.50 cents per extra item.
Registered Insured International exact costs are: Total Values from $151.00 up to $100,000.00 = $33.25 adding $0.50 cents per extra weighed item.
REGARDLESS OF THE NUMBER OF NOTES AND/OR AUCTION COST BEFORE SHIPPING, AT AN EXACT POSTAL RATE OF $33.25 PLUS $0.50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WEIGHED ITEM.
THESE ARE THE EXACT POSTAL PRICES THAT WILL BE STAMPED ON YOUR PACKAGE SO YOU CAN SEE THE EXACT POSTAL COSTS.
WE RECOMMEND OUR BUYERS TO BUNDLE & SAVE TO SAVE ON SHIPPING COSTS! WHICH MEANS WIN MULTIPLE AUCTIONS AND PAY ALL AT ONCE WHEN YOU ARE DONE, WE WILL COMBINE ALL YOUR AUCTION INTO ONE INVOICE AND YOU PAY ONLY ONE EXACT POSTAL FEE. IF YOU PAY TWICE YOU WILL PAY TWO SHIPPING FEES SO PLEASE DO NOT MAKE THAT MISTAKE. eBay MANDATES US TO SHIP WITHIN 24 HOURS OF PAYMENT RECEIVED. WE KINDLY ASK THAT YOU INFORM US THAT YOU ARE DONE BIDDING ON MULTIPLE ITEMS AND WOULD LIKE A COMBINED INVOICE WITH ONE SHIPPING COST.
You may consider $65.00 which includes up to 30 notes - with over 30 notes the cost will increase 0.50 cents extra per note.
Or we can also still ship Registered insured mail at $33.25 with 0.50 cent extra per note.
Express international mail is much faster taking only approximately 10-14 days and registered insured mail takes 30-60 days. You pay double the price for Express but the time is twice as fast. Both services are fully insured.
Both methods are exact cost at the United States Post Offices and are fully 100 percent insured.
Shipping Cost Domestic
USA $200 and under:: Pay First Class $6.00
USA From $201-$500 ::Pay Priority Mail $12.50
USA Over $501-$100K::Pay Express Overnight mail $25.00
If you win more than one item please contact us to send you an invoice and combine all your items in one parcel.
We are more than happy to help you.
By the end of the day you paid in full or first thing in the morning you will get the exact full tracking information to follow. Keep in mind with MOST international packages as soon as the package leaves the United States borders often times tracking goes dark , this does not mean the package is lost , it means the Post office’s computer systems does not update as fast as we like them to but after 20 years in business and 50,000 packages only 2 packages ever got lost so please allow 30-60 days for each package!
Do not be concerned with your package until the arrival time is delayed beyond the 45th day of the initial shipment. Then kindly email us to immediately investigate. 99 percent of the time because these registered insured packages must be signed for they often SIT at the Post Office waiting for YOU to claim the package so please inform your Postmaster you are expecting this package.
eBay mandates WE ship within 24 hours of payment so we can NEVER hold orders once you pay but you can delay payment up to but no longer than 15 days from the time of your very first purchase.
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