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6373: Mexico - Banco de Morelos
Auction ended on December 10th, 2008 UTC
6373: Mexico - Banco de Morelos
Sold for: $1,500|Estimate: $2,500 - $3,000|Sell a Similar Item
S350 500 Pesos ND (ca. 1902) Uniface punch cancelled face proof on card. Highest denomination of series. Lion. Rare in any form.
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Local taxes (KS 7.9%) apply for all buyers, only exception being those with a Sales Tax number on file with us.
Shipping fees are as follows:br 1 - 300 9br 301 - 3,000 17br 3,001 - 10,000 22br 10,001 - 25,000 27br 25,001 - 50,000 32br 50,001 - and over TBDbr On oversize and overweight packages, shipping will be billed accordingly.
Buyer Pays All Shipping Costs. Payments received without shipping included will not be shipped until balance is paid in full. REMEMBER TO ADD SHIPPING TO YOUR PAYMENT.
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