Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by cplradar, Feb 28, 2021.
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Had it happen to me. Got 10 Jeff 2 dollar notes last year at local branch bank. Kept two & decided to put the others back in circulation. Tried to included them in with grocery purchase & cashier had to call the manager. Had to get both of them to look up 2 dollar bills on their I-phones for verification. Woman in line behind me snagged those 8 bills up & said she would include them in a card for her daughter's upcoming 16th birthday. Hope they put a smile on the recipient's face.
cplradar thats a nice little find. great job. hey SteveInTampa thats a really great story and a really great idea that the fan base put together. great job man....
I went to a Dollar Tree in January. My total came to $7.20. I gave the cashier a quarter, three ones, and two twos. Everything was fine until the cashier counted the bills and came to the two twos. He literally called the manager on a phone and had the manager verify that they could be accepted and were genuine! The manager took them away and scratched the bills with his fingernail. He brought them back and said they're good.
I made a comment about the younger generation not understanding what's legal tender and who in their right mind would counterfeit a two dollar bill and bring even more unwanted attention from using this denomination. The manager was all, "Oh, we've seen everything counterfeited including ones." I said even twos? He said not them, no. It was an annoying and unnecessary situation but one that was not too surprising based on similar stories I've read before.
OK. I apologize. I don't get it.
What makes the original bill of this post rare?
The OP’s note is not rare. You don’t see them too often in circulation, and that may have been their point.
Nobody has indicated they don't like getting them - in fact, several have expressed appreciation for the thoughtfulness of giving them something "so rare".
Where they end up back at the tellers window so you can get more silver! Briliant!
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