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What does CU stand for?

CU stands for Crisp Uncirculated (paper currency grading)

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Some individual highlights include: 1879 Flowing Hair Stella $4 Cameo Proof 67, 1916-S $20 MS66, Friedberg 2231-B Series 1934 $10,000 dollar note Gem Crisp Uncirculated 65, Friedberg 1223-g Series 1882 $10,000 Gold Certificate - punch cancelled and listed as "Extremely Rare" in the catalog, 1890 Seated dime Proof 68 Deep Cameo, 1871 Judd-1100 pattern quarter in copper Proof 65 Red, 1899 Morgan dollar Proof67, 1836 Gobrecht dollar Judd-60 Proof 63, 1922-S and 1923-S Peace dollars both MS67 Ex: Binion Collection, and a 1900-O/CC Morgan dollar MS66.
The bank note portion of the auction also generated strong bids including: $40,825 for a Series 1886 $10 Silver Certificate certified Crisp Gem Uncirculated-66 Premium Quality (PQ) by Rare Currency Grading Service (RCGS); $33,350 for an 1878 $2 Legal Tender Note certified Very Fine-30 by Paper Money Grading company; and $18,400 for an 1882 $100 Gold Certificate certified Gem Crisp Uncirculated 65PQ by RCGS.