1913 25 Ore Greenland. Pick #11c, Serial #S/N 194612. Graded 65 EPQ (Exceptional Paper Quality) by PMG with only one graded finer according to PMG Population Report. This 1913 25 Ore note is charming example of a temporary circulating note issued for the Danish possession. This Greenland state note comes with a unique story; recovered from the Tatham Stamp and Coin Company from Springfield, Mass., it was found there in the 1950’s selling for $1. The original Tatham Stamp and Coin envelope also comes with this note and features the accurate description “Artic [Arctic] Duck” typed on the front of the envelope. The note itself does feature an Arctic duck on the face side, as well as a faint polar bear on the obverse side. An amazing, historic note with a story of how it ended up in your hands! The Trusted Traditions World Division strongly advises the additions of World Notes to your numismatic portfolio. At this time, prices realized for rare, top certified population world notes of the highest quality are 50%-75% less than the cost of comparable US notes. Often, these world notes are older, with more history and just as ornate. Globalization has brought world notes into a new market and Trusted Traditions wants to be your reliable source for this thriving market in the same way we have been for over 16 years in our US division. With any world note that you may observe, if you have any questions, thoughts or suggestions, please do not hesitate to call or email us directly. Thank you and enjoy! Note- populations are accurate at date of post. 1814tyyhalc.