Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by bryantallard, Nov 23, 2012.
The signatures are Cabral - Paulson, so it would be a Series 2006.
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Do you have a scanner? That will give you the best pictures of notes. The newer scanners won't copy notes, though.
Put the notes in mylar sleeves to keep them in the best condition possible.
then neither do i!
just the top one, of course.
Your Saint Louis District 1976 series 2 $ notes is a LONESOME THREE that was GREAT!:thumb:
oh well. it's a keeper anyways, and part of a set of sequentials ending in 00300000. i actually bought five of them (##96-00) from a guy that kept them in his safe deposit box ever since he had them postmarked back in '76, along with the wood block label they arrived in at his bank from st. louis. according to the seller, they've been handled by exactly 3 sets of human hands; mine, his, and the post office worker.
fun little addition.
Note with a serial number comprised of numerals that can be read upside down as well as right side up: 0, 1, 6, 8, 9, but the serial number itself does not read the same upside down as right side up — A note with SN 06891109 right side up reads 60116890 upside down.
I get mine at my local coin shop.
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