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    Kingshid: what's your earliest * year, and what's your lowest run total note. Between all of us looking for stars, maybe we can pair up sn# to make up sets of 2-3-4's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozer D View Post
    Kingshid: what's your earliest * year, and what's your lowest run total note. Between all of us looking for stars, maybe we can pair up sn# to make up sets of 2-3-4's.
    I will have to go through them because I have hundreds of them. I haven't got around to it but some winter I want to try to get some runs out of what I have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozer D View Post
    Picked up two straps of $1 notes from my local branch. Found 3-star notes all with run sizes of 3.2 mil, plus two other notes as a "flush serial numbers = 8 different serial numbers" also called a "broken ladder" with 3-thru-0, and 1-8, as 69780543 & 37462185., a good poker hand.

    But, from you currency experts, is "0" zero considered as low or high "as ten"? If it's low, then I only have one broken ladder 1-8.
    From what I'm seeing on U-tube currency vids, my broken ladder 1-8 is a real collector piece. I wonder now, what value is there on it.

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    Question to you *star note hunters.
    Over the course of the past 5-weeks I've managed to collect several * notes. Now I'm noticing in particular the $1 2013 B series notes of Run #1, indicating that there is a POSSIBLY that there was a Duplicate running of the first 250,000 notes but they couldn't be sure. Wouldn't it a rare find to find TWO duplicate * notes with the same serial numbers? The 3 notes that brought this to my attention were from 2013, B-series, Run #1 that were run at Wash DC on Oct-2014., serial numbers B00268362, B02161137, B02201690. Those of you who follow the production tables can kind of grasp what I'm seeking here. Do you think it's possible? I wonder if this error could be a reality. If so, they would have to be serial numbers B00000001-B00250000., what a find this would be, a real NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK.

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    BANK STRAP HUNTING - findings, new to forum 4/7/19

    Went to pick up some dime boxes, one of my tellers said, "hey, Mr Dozer, I've been holding this Red Seal $2 bill for you, did you still want it", sure. Condition is Very Good, nice & crisp but shows some wear. Nice of that teller to save it, and keep me in mind.
    Oh, she did have a box of dimes for me also.

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    does this make your mouth water a 1935 E silver certificate. got in change in Colorado this past week Click image for larger version. 

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    Gold boy: nice pickup in the wild. Wouldn't it be nice now to exchange that for $1 in actual SILVER coin, like it was intended for back in 1935.
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    yea it would
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozer D View Post
    Gold boy: nice pickup in the wild. Wouldn't it be nice now to exchange that for $1 in actual SILVER coin, like it was intended for back in 1935.
    Give me a $100 gold cert any day of the week.
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