Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by SensibleSal66, Oct 25, 2020.
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"If I'm lion, I'm dyin!"
One winter when I was 13, while we were at our cottage in Ocean City, MD, I found a hand-carved drum that had washed ashore. It was crudely made, and it had an animal skin stretched on the top. It looked like a lion's mane and had thick hair on the outer edges.
When we returned home to the Maryland suburbs of DC, I got an opportunity to take it to the Smithsonian for examination. You could tell by the tiny worm holes in the wood that it had been in the water for some time, and the person from the Smithsonian who examined it said that it probably came from West Africa.
This topic has been mentioned very few times here on CoinTalk.
Maybe close to 20 years. Didn't think that it would still be up and running. Not sure I could even remember my credentials. Email address should still be the same however.
Is it possible that the notes were forwarded through the banking system to one of the FRB's where they were set aside for destruction?
Click on the Your Account tab, click Your bills, and then refresh. There will be a link to all the bills you've entered while logged in. Also on the Your account tab, if you click on Hit Analysis Report and refresh, you can link to all your bills that were hit
If you get a Where's George bill, you can still enter it without registering. You'll get to see where it stared but won't know if gets hit in the future. I've never had any problems with email being spammed
I think as long as you know the email where you registered, Hank can get your username and password fixed
Yep, just logged in and checked out the 59 bills that I've entered into the system years ago.
Well, you got me curious. It's been about 10 years since I went to the website. My acct like yours had been purged. There is an orange link that you can hit that will restore your bills. I did and found out that I had 30 bills registered for $728.
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