Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Tlberg, Apr 18, 2019.
This has had a rough life but it will always be worth $2.
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Looks like honest wear.
Series 1928G $2 note was part of a 12-subject sheet. The following series, 1953 $2 started the use of 18-subject sheets.
Nice older but well worn bill.
It is my favorite of the few notes I have saved.
We all have a favorite.
Learning a lot in a short time here. I know I risk rath & ridicule...but in the case of this specific note wich is only good for display...any thoughts on cleaning?
I just had it out again - never mind. :/
I can't delete the post- so My thought was to flatten out 2 coffee filters, place the bill between them & lock them in an embroidery hoop. Then set the hoop in my ultrasonic parts cleaner with some undetermined cleaning solution. Would have been very gentle..
Best to leave as is.
Agreed - back in the fire safe
Don’t mess with its patina. The years of soiling go well with all the folds and handling marks. Looks evenly worn.
This note sure didnt get cheated on use ! well worn is an understatement..LOL
LoL - ya the mint got their moneys worth
SOILING??... I suddenly feel the urge to clean it @SteveInTampa LoL
Dang that 2 dollar bill is about as worn down as mine is
I still find wheatbacks that push 100 years but Bills...that amazes me
I ment Notes. :/
I didn't find that note I bought it like 5 years ago for a very cheap price at a used goods/antique store
I think this is my oldest note too @Zako
If you try to clean it you will only ruin it.
It will be unnaturally whiter, or in this case, it will rip, etc.
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