Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by tbudwiser, Oct 18, 2011.
Another Uncut Sheet of 4 1976 Series Twoo US Dollar- SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT. L 01913188*
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Another San Francisco District 1976 Series Two US Dollar Uncut Sheet of 4 L 01858558*
Are you trying to pull from circulation, or also interested in purchasing. If purchasing, I can give you info on the person who helped me out with my district set. PM me if that's the case.
My Saint Louis District Uncut Sheet of 4 with Watermark Series 1976 Two US Dollar H 0967581*
Try finding a KANSAS CITY star sheet.......
I know what you mean haha. Just one of those finds that makes the whole seem awesome. Thats an awesome find. I'd imagine it was stolen from someones personal collection and spent, it was passed on to somebody who just spent it, the person who had it for a while ran broke and spent it, or something along those lines. Nice find!
Wow . Where did you buy that? Nice find!
Well, since other people are post their $50's, I'll go ahead and share what I have for mine.
1996 (1) AB075*
2004 (1) EE003*
my 1996 $100 star note
I have one of these examples... Similar condition. I did get it from my bank tellers.
is it considered an error if the seal is off centered?
Many of these are common, but to an extent, they start to carry premiums. Pictures would be required in order to try to give you an idea on weather you have a true error or not.
i did lol its the 100 i posted.
Oooooohhh. No, that is not an error, sorry. The seal would have to be touching the serial number below or touching part of the "THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" on top. Or, my estimate would be at least 51% of the seal completely out of the '100' mark. Here is my example just for fun. I guess its a little nicer than I rememered it.
Here's a 1950 $10 star i got from a bank.
When did you happen to acquire sed note?
what is a sed note? I got this about a month ago from b of a.
Nevermind it. I can't belive people still find such * old notes in circulation still!
tbudwiser check out this find today ,its not a star but not too shabby , i got this from b of a. http://www.cointalk.com/t10176-1106/#post1285707
Wow! The oldest notes I've gotten for every denomination for face out of circulation are as follows the first year is non star and after is star:
$5: 1950B and 1950D/2003A*
I live in Sacramento. Do you live in a more remote area? It seems to me that the most older style notes out there are in the lower populated areas, where cash probably doesn't get around much or older folks holding onto the old cash will spend it or what have you.
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