TT PK 146a 1954 SPAIN 5 PESETAS "ALFONSO X" PCGS 67 PPQ SUPERB GEM NEW TOP POP! 1954 5 Pesetas from Spain. Pk 146a and serial number N3853736. Graded 67 Premium Paper Quality Superb Gem New by PCGS and holds top population and is finest known according to PMG Population Report!
Fantastic banknote highlighting the superb gem qualities! Embossing is clearly seen through the plastic holder! Red serial number on the backside.King Alfonso X at right and as watermark. Library and museum building in Madrid on the reverse side. Alfonso X, called the Wise, was the King of Castile, León and Galicia from 30 May 1252 until his death.
During the Imperial election of 1257, a dissident faction chose him to be King of the Romans on 1 April. Note- Due to the new and burgeoning world currency market, PCGS has not yet made public a world currency population report.PCGS is slated to publish a population database in the coming months. Until that time, Trusted Traditions World has used the PMG population reports solely as a guide to help evaluate the rarity of all of our notes. Should your needs require, we are happy to request from PCGS an exact population report on a case by case basis. It's the early bird who catches this worm and those who invest and acquire the highest grades that they can afford will benefit better then any other rarity that we are aware of!!! Please always look at our Auctions as we will continue to bring you the finest material the World has to offer at today's severely under valued prices. Mark our words as we know what we are talking about! 3-5 Years from now you will only say to yourself, I coulda woulda shoulda bought more than I did.
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