Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Mountain Man, Mar 23, 2020.
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Nice honest example. Congrats.
Always want to buy one of those notes.
Mind if I ask what you paid for it?
Some politicians want to ban LuLu lemon sweat pants.
I can't imagine them approving reissuing Educational Notes.
brings it down a bit on the scale, and another good thing there are no adverse
comments on the rear, looks like maybe a split that was repaired at the top
hard to tell with out having the note in hand also what appears to be rust
on the boarders.
I hear this often and somewhat agree, although I’m not sure how the older iconic designs would translate to the smaller notes. Some of today’s notes also have wonderful, historic vignettes.
I do so enjoy the reverse of the modern $2.00 bill.
At auction it hammered at $450, and then buyer's premium and S/H fees=$527.45. I've been trying for quite a while now and they usual go for $800 to $1200, some higher as the grade goes up.
Yes. I saw that too but I will wait to pass judgement when I have it in hand.
I can't really afford it either, but my birthday was on the 10th and my sister sent me money. LOL Aside from the souvenir cards, you can get very nice reproductions to fill your blanks.
Congratulations. Nice note at a great price.
Thought about getting a bunch of those and doing a large framed display.
Unless you are planning to cut out the notes from the card, that is going to be one heck of a big display!
If you meant Souvenir Cards, Ken Barr has many on his website http://www.kenbarr.com/souvcd.html and they regularly show up on eBay.
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