He said he had an offer on a note he put up for me on ebay. I told him to accept. The offer was $150. He had it listed at $184.99. I had a grand total of $1 invested into that $1 Federal Reserve Note. I pulled this particular note out of circulation in my truck stop days some 20+ years ago. I haven't listed on ebay in years. When they made Paypal mandatory I said enough. So he lists the occasional piece for me. At one point I had thousands of these particular notes. Seriously, a few thousand. An obscure error that was rather hot for a while. What was it? A 1995 295 engraving error. Paper enthusiasts may remember them. There were actually over 300 combinations of blocks, runs and face plates. The one just sold was an L-X block, run 3 347 face plate. Very scarce combination. Only 2 known. That was one of them. Average circulated. I pulled it out of my cash drawer for a buck back when I worked in a truck stop. He's had it listed for a while. I told him to take what he needed and I'll take the rest. Knowing him he'll just take the fees. I don't care - he can take half if he wants. Yes I still look at all of my change and all of my paper. Sometimes it can really pay off and I have found some very nice paper money errors over the years. Still have quite a few scarcer 295 errors that I'm doing nothing with. A few are on ebay as I type this. Like I said. A good day and I hope it only gets better.