Over 2019 you will see this set type “One Dollar Federal Reserve Notes – District Set with Stars and Varieties” change as more new notes are added and with the correction of Mule and Back Plate Error, also the addition of the sheet notes and other BEP issue items. This year, I hope to see the scoring system be completed to remove all of the dual scoring system. Over the last year 2018, with all the changes added up to more than 15 note slots to the sets. You will also see the addition of more 20
By accident, I've become of fan of these small towns along I-81!
Just added an 1882 Value Back $20 from Mexico, NY. It joins my Albion, NY notes. Albion is England and Mexico is typically known for its beaches and sun, not so much for its lakes. Look for these town names when you are on I-81, but don't blink! Notes are in my Signature set of Nationals along with a few better PA notes. I'd love to add other Mexico NY (and other states) nationals to my collection. H
In Japanese, a Kanban (看板) is a signboard or billboard, but in lean manufacturing a Kanban is a scheduling system. Submissions at PMG start out in a Received Status. Then your notes move into a dreaded state, "scheduled for grading"; a purgatory for notes. You you eagerly await a status of Quality Control--if you're like me, you start checking every day after about 30 days. Where are my notes submitted last October? Purgatory. Quality control means the notes made it to the end of the queue
The One dollar Federal Reserve Note – District Set with Stars and Varieties set type, was just updated to add the missing mule (m) and back plate error (bpe) notes to the set. The last change added more note slots count and was change to 704 within the set. As more information and research work is done, the number of notes within this set will be added. Also some of the mule note are BEP sheet note and would need to be added as part of this set and are some of rarest. You will find most of infor
I've managed to reunite an interesting pair of $20 Plain Backs from Salem, OH, Charter 43. Both were acquired in Baltimore from different dealers about 6 months apart. So far these are the only two PBs with Lyons | Roberts signature combinations or Fr. 650 and dated Apr. 11, 1902 just like charter 43 date backs. Other $20 PBs that I can find have Speelman | White signatures or Fr. 635 and are dated Apr 10, 1922 (note: Track and Price doesn't identify the Fr. #). The Serial numbers are 5226/
I am trying to complete a set from one national bank set. I chose the First National Bank of Pittsburgh (Ch #252) because I originally bought an ungraded 1902 $5 Plain Back. It graded 35 EPQ and the signature of the bank president Lawrence Saunders is a wonderful signature. Also, this is a common bank with many notes so I thought the chances of getting most of the denominations would be better. It's not as easy as I thought. I rarely see the large denomination notes for sale. If anyone can help,
How about FOUR different signature pairs for a single bank. Two of the notes show the cashier presumably promoted to the President. And C.C. Taylor, the cashier quite common on the Ch # 252 notes is President on the 1929 small versions from this Charter. I wish someone could explain this bank's storied signatute lines. Obviously the "FirstSecond NB" merged to become the First NB but the multiple signatures requires some research of which I haven't done yet.
I did business with the purveyor of these notes. Note the tape as the holder fell apart. Fortunately I don't see many of these holders anymore but it was not a good way to begin collecting, doing business with a person that doesn't care about long term customer relations as opposed to making a quick buck. If you do see these holders, treat them as CGA or ungraded notes as the owner was grading and selling notes at the same time. I still find it hard to believe that ungraded note sellers on Ebay
At this time the BEP SSFRN sheet notes are not part of the Registry sets of notes and are not part of the scoring system, but the sheet notes are listed in all are part of the some of the existing one dollar sets at this time. I have ask that the BEP sheet notes be added for all sets or as a stand-a-loan sets. All of the information is listed on the US Paper Money Website for $1 thru $100 notes with all the serial number listed. The Registry list Disney Dollars as part of sets, but this is not c
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SSFRN – THEY ARE ONE DOLLARS 2013 D AND J STAR NOTES
The last two one dollar star notes to be added to the $1 Federal Reserve Note – District Set with Stars and Varieties, master set are the 2013 D star block with two runs totaling 3,450,000 as a normal run and the 2013 J star block with only 250,000 notes printed making this a rare note. All the information is on uspapermoney.com and in BEP mouthy production data. The note were added to the MASTER ONE DOLLAR SET.
BEP NEW RUNS - ONE thru HUNDRED DOLLARS NOTES with STARS – NO WOMAN ON THE TWENTY DOLLARS BILL
The closing out of the 2013 series notes, the first printing were in November 2013, could be change out within the next two years with the changing of the existing Treasurer of the United States or the Secretary of the Treasury, the year could be as soon as 2017 or 2020 with the printing delay with the new series notes. The 2013 notes came in under the presidency of Barack Obama’s under his second
UPDATING THE SCORING SYSTEM and CORRECTING THE SETS FOR MULES AND BACK PLATE ERROR NOTES
I am very happy to see the Registry adding and updating the scoring system and also being proactive in adding the new series of 2017 notes as the information is issue by BEP and other website for the notes that have been printed. In this way a collector can see what notes that have been printed an issue by BEP and can picked up a new note as a bank note fine. They also have update the sets with m
THE BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING – ADD MORE THE NEW 2013 FIVE DOLLARS STAR NOTES.
SSFRN – THIS UPDATE THE FIVE DOLLARS 2013 series B, F AND H STAR NOTES
The last update on uspapermoney.info show the adding of the following new Five Dollars star notes MB/star, MF/star and MH/star all form Eastern Facility (DC) and one MK/star from the Western Facility (FW). The star note complete the DC taking the series to 17 notes and one note from FW facility.
THE BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING – NEW SERIES OF 2017 SHEET NOTES LISTED IN BEP STORE
SSFRN – ONE DOLLAR 2017 F/A BLOCK SHEET NOTE
The notes were printed and is not part of standard runs for this 2017 issue by the eastern currency facility or Washington D/C an the same serial number block F/A of notes with serial F35315001A thru F35400000A, the photo below is one of the note cut from a sheet of five notes. The note below will be sent in to PMG for grading within
SSFRN – THE FIRST TWENTY DOLLARS 2017 B-STAR NOTE ISSUE
In checking the monthly production report, BEP in December 2017 show the first printing for the 2017S series of notes and is listed for fiscal year 2018 and fiscal month December 2017. A small run of 320,000 notes from 10,000 sheets. The notes are listed as New York $20.00 2017S NB/* star and issue by the eastern currency facility or Washington D/C. This will make this run of twenty dollars notes a “RARE” issue with this low pri
THE BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING – NEW SERIES OF 2017 NOTES WERE LISTED IN OCTOBER CURRENCY REPORT
SSFRN – THE FIRST IS A ONE DOLLARS 2017 F-STAR NOTE
In checking the monthly production report that BEP for October 2017 show the first printing for the 2017S series of notes and is listed for fiscal year 2018 and fiscal month October 2017. A small run of 250,000 notes from 5000 sheet with the serial F00000001* thru F00250000*. The note is listed as a Atlanta $1.00 201
I am a collector of all Baltimore MD small town notes. With the exception of Charter 1413, I am buying all Charter Baltimore notes. They should grade VF35 or better. My only missing note in my collection is Charter 1432 which has 7 total in the inventory and last was in a public aucthion dated 2009.
I finally had it graded. I picked the note up for a very nice price ungraded. There are several notes that were preserved with about the same serial number range so the lack of extreme rarity makes these notes of less value. I have seen several of the CH# 1555 in $10 and $20 denominations sold at auction. They are always graded and always seem to be AU or Unc with the EPQ designation. So, as I have posted before, these type of notes are not graded for a reason and here is it this time. When I re
This Thomas Flynn Fr. 774 "battleship" note was sold for $6,037.50 in April of 2008.
The same note sold for $4,312 in 2014.
I just picked it up at auction for $3231.75. This is 46% reduction in 9 years. I wish there would be a really good article on how much the currency market has softened quite a bit. One vendor says the premium for low serial number specimens has dropped out the bottom. Interesting since there are Bison notes and other low serial number notes still going for several