SQL 2008 R2 Getting first record that occurs

I have table with results similar to:

ID1  ID2
1      1
2      1
3      1
10    4
11    4
12    3
15    7
16    7
17    7
I want to only retrieve the first occurrence of ID2.   So I would like the results to be:

ID1  ID2
1       1
10     4
12    3
15    7

Thank you!
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nemws1Database AdministratorCommented:
Is the first occurrence of ID1 always the lowest value?
SELECT MIN(ID1), ID2
FROM numbers_table
GROUP BY ID2
ORDER BY MIN(ID1)

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*EDIT: Missing MIN() for ORDER BY
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