One of 6 notes that exist for a small town. Obverse wasn't greatly changed. Reverse stains removed. A tape repair was made better. I haven't seen many examples of professional restoration posted and thought the results were positive. Not overly aggressive work.
Work was completed by Poli Restoration--- saw "Nancy" referred to on another forum. Not sure what the lows/highs of the repairs for others might be. This one was over $300 to do. I will probably hold this one for a long time. You can submit pics to her and she will give you an estimate.
I try and keep my Web handbook upto date & recently noticed the Web overprint on back error note sold in Heritages January 2019 auction graded 63EPQ by PMG was originally sold raw in Heritages January 2007 auction as AU and notes light circulation with corner folds.
This is the same note pictured on page 120's plate note.
Since serial numbers don't lie, and no corner folds are visible, someone had to process this note.
I added this information to my copy, along with copies of my errors & other info not mentioned in the recent handbook & thought I would share some pics of what my copy looks like.