paper damaged by acidic ink from printer's note on second, together with a 1-Mil Reis of the same issue (P.A201), proof on card and rubber-stamped "SPECIMEN" in signature area, printer notes on opposite signature area with "5" written on all four corners over original denomination, (see introduction for note on general condition of this consignment) (3)(lot) " /> Empire of Brazil, National Treasury Notes, First Printing (1835 - 1836), Law of June First, 1833, 2, 5-Mil Reis, dated 1833, (P. A201, A205), both proofs on card, all examples rubber-stamped "SPECIMEN" in signature area, printer annotations on opposite signature areas, <I>paper damaged by acidic ink from printer's note on second,</I> together with a 1-Mil Reis of the same issue (P.A201), proof on card and rubber-stamped "SPECIMEN" in signature area, printer notes on opposite signature area with "5" written on all four corners over original denomination, <I>(see introduction for note on general condition of this consignment)</I> (3)(lot) | Christie's