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  1. clayirving

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  3. dursin

    dursin Senior Member

    I like those a lot too! Just picked this one up at a recent Heritage auction
    [​IMG]'s one of my new favorites.
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  4. RickieB

    RickieB Expert Plunger Sniper

    Nice 28 those notes!!

  5. Daggarjon

    Daggarjon Supporter**

    very nice note.

    i like them too... I am picking up 2 star notes... i think :)
  6. clayirving

    clayirving Supporter**

    Very nice note! Especially since its from the Chet Krause Collection! The LGS is an awesome note.
  7. dursin

    dursin Senior Member

    If you have the Standard Guide to Small Size US Paper Money, it's also the plate note that is pictured in that book. Here's another favorite...another 1928C, however this one is from the Richmond district. Doesn't look nearly as nice, but it's probably the scarcest of all the LGS long as you don't count star notes and high denoms!
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  8. clayirving

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    Wow! Now, I'm really impressed! :hail:

    I just looked and you are correct -- It is the note pictured in Standard Guide to Small Size US Paper Money.

    Double wow! The same book indicates the VF Richmond district is valued at $3,000!
  9. RickieB

    RickieB Expert Plunger Sniper

    Clay... the Series 1928 C FR notes are among the scarest Small size notes out there. Gem examples will run in the Thousands of dollars, unless you get lucky!

    I have a $5 LGS from Atlanta that I paid $200 is an XF note at best.
    I know where a $10 1928 C is sitting right now that will cost you close to $5K and is the highest grade reported for that note.

    Always keep an open eye for 28 C's....great notes that are not easily found!

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  10. urbanchemist


    here are a few of my favorites:smile

    1934 $10 CHICAGO FRN **STAR NOTE**

    1934 A $20 CHICAGO FRN **STAR NOTE** **MULE**
  11. clayirving

    clayirving Supporter**

    They're beautiful notes! Something better than a nice LGS is a LGS Star Note -- Thanks for sharing them.
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  12. BuffaloNickel86

    BuffaloNickel86 Spare Change Hunter

    I've got one myself, the only one I have. And I love the look too.

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  13. bobbeth87

    bobbeth87 Coin Collector

    Don't have one, but I just lost out on a bid for a 20 with it. :( I likey too.
  14. GoldFinger1969

    GoldFinger1969 Well-Known Member

    I added these beauts a few weeks/months ago:

    1928B $10 FR #2002 LGS front.jpg

    1928B $10 FR #2002 LGS back.jpg

    1934 $10 FR #2002 LGS front.jpg
    1934 $10 FR #2002 LGS back.jpg
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  15. GoldFinger1969

    GoldFinger1969 Well-Known Member

    I can't see the back of his bill, but Dursin's 40 EF (above) does NOT appear at 1st glance to be materially worse than my 65's. The bottom margin could be a bit wider but the corners look sharp, I don't see any folds/creases, and the paper quality appears comparable to mine.

    What am I missing (assuming all the blems aren't on the back side) ?

    I look at bills in the 30's and below, it's clear you can see rounded corners, discolaration, folds, creases, and other defects immediately upon seeing the bill. Not seeing it with bills in the 40's and above at 1st glance -- are you vets ?
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  16. CaptainMK

    CaptainMK Active Member

    Great pics and information, thank you for sharing
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  17. mpcusa

    mpcusa "Official C.T. TROLL SWEEPER"

    Great Thread, its a shame that we havent heard from many of the posters
    On it in years :(
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  18. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Why is your 20* a Mule. I honestly have no idea.
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