i saw it time and time again when i would open new bricks of notes when i worked at a bank.
the smudging on the front is not rare for the first note of a strap.
lol i would rarely leave the house.
i use to get them all the time when i was a teller. this was a few years back
glad to see you back in the saddle again
i worked at a bank for many years. so many unbelievable finds.
as mentioned quite common for that time period
yeah definitely cut from a sheet. not even cut well either.
looks original to me as well. i don't see any signs that would lead me to believe differently. i have owned many of them and they look legit
i doubt it. especially since those pen marks generally tend to fade away after time
it's nice toning but as mentioned it is common for those sets.
it's an interesting idea but the second one's color looks just like every other artificially toned coin for sale on ebay. really no originality
the $1 has very little updating. so if you know what a dollar looks like a 1969 $10 looks very similar. obviously the president and denomination...
ah the stupidity. i first would have laughed at the lp rep. i would have asked what makes you think it is counterfeit. then as mentioned ask them...
i am not seeing anything interesting either. i would say spenders because of the amount of the denomination.
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