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  1. #1

    Apr 2006
    Easton, Pa.
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    1929 "National Currency" $10.00 bill

    Yesterday My wife got a $5.00 National Currency bill, Today a $10.00 National currency bill.
    Thanks for looking
    Ken
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    KenPa

  2. #2

    Feb 2008
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    Re: 1929 "National Currency" $10.00 bill

    Sweet bill, and for a great price!!!

  3. #3
    us
    Feb 2007
    Pennsylvania
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    Re: 1929 "National Currency" $10.00 bill

    Here is a link that has a little bit of info on these
    http://www.coinsite.com/content/faq/national.asp

    It seems these can be very valuable?
    "The most common National Currency notes seen are worth 100% to 400% above face value in average circulated condition."


    Here is another site. This guy collects, sells and buy's these notes.
    http://www.kyzivatcurrency.com/nationals.htm

  4. #4
    us
    Dec 2006
    Western NY
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    Re: 1929 "National Currency" $10.00 bill

    I looked this up in the 20th edition of the Standard Catalog of U.S. Paper Money (Krause Publications, 2001). National Currency values are determined by both state rarity (New York is rarity 1 - common) and bank rarity. Your notes are from The Central Valley National Bank and has a small size bank rarity of 4 (very scarce). The value is about $35 over face value. Someone from Central Valley, NY may pay more for these than the book price. The bank charter number is 9990, so it was chartered in 1911. I hope this helps.

    Scott

  5. #5
    us
    Apr 2007
    N.E. of Atlanta
    684

    Re: 1929 "National Currency" $10.00 bill

    Ken, congrats on the nice looking notes! When you say that your wife "got" these notes, what does that mean? Did she get them in change, or buy them for you? Thanks, Gpurs....

  6. #6

    Apr 2006
    Easton, Pa.
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    Re: 1929 "National Currency" $10.00 bill

    Thanks for the info. My wife works at a Dunkin Donuts and a girl used them to pay for coffee. Now she has the 5, 10, and the 20
    KenPa

  7. #7
    us
    Apr 2007
    N.E. of Atlanta
    684

    Re: 1929 "National Currency" $10.00 bill

    Holy crap!! That is fantastic! Hopefully the girl will bring in a $50 and $100 in the next few days . I'd be very tempted to probe this girl(so to speak), and find out just how many more of these bills she has, and if there are any coins .. Congratulations and HH, Gpurs...

  8. #8

    Jul 2006
    Curitiba, Brazil
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    Re: 1929 "National Currency" $10.00 bill

    Damn Ken , that is awesome... hopefully these girl keeps bringing them in ...
    Is the juice worth the squeeze

 

 

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