Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Dr Kegg, Dec 16, 2010.
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This just floors me -- star notes were supposed to replace error notes, right? How is it possible that a star error slipped by?
Here's a new acquisition - another large FRBN, this one from Atlanta. This one is the Teehee/Burke Bell/Wellborn signature, which along with the T/B Bell/McCord combo are the rarest of the $1 FRBN releases. I actually have the McCord too, and I'd normally sell it but I think I like having both...
Why do you think that?
Now you've gone too far! [ translation : I'd like to see that too - I expect to, right after I win a huge lotto jackpot and a meteorite lands on my head ]
Looks a bit limier in this picture, but the previous one it really looked Blue Green, plus it's sort of in the "no mans land" for known serials of lime notes from Richmond. Highest shown in Schwartz/Lindquist is 066#####.
The bad news is since I am looking for a lime $10 Richmond as well, if yours is blue green, then that's TWO in the market for a lime E...
2001 F* FW 640,000
2006 IA* 3.8 mill
Photos were taken through the plastic holder and the notes are like brand new crisp...
Not sure, but I was lucky enough to get one as well a year or so back!
Both are $20 bills.
1934D $5 Silver Certificate and 1934C $5 Silver Certificate - Gem Uncirculated
1928D and 1928F $2 Legal Tender - AU
1934C $10 FRN - Very Fine; 1934B $10 FRN - Crisp Uncirculated
1935A $1 North Africa Silver Certifcate (Very Fine w/ stains) and 1957B $1 Silver Certificate Autographed (Crisp Uncirculated)
1917 $1 Legal Tender (Very Fine, Stained)
Looks awesome! I really like the presentation... If there was a "Love" button I would have pushed that too, Nice Work!
Nice frame, Mr. I can afford all these fancy notes. Any plans for the small size $500 or $1000 golds?
I was just in a bank the other day talking to a teller. Apparently he knows what's up when it comes to money. A lady brought in a crisp $500 gold certificate about 6 weeks ago that she found in her grandfather's photo album, and ask for change in hundreds. He told her he wanted to have it and offered to exchange it with her personally. He didn't have $500 in cash on him, and he would be fired if caught switching it with the money from the drawers. She agreed to come back in a few hours, but she never did.
Turns out the process for taking in high denominations is an annoying one and full of large amounts of paperwork.
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