THE COLLECTORS SOCIETY - HAS UPDATE THE NOTES SETS WITH THE ADDITION OF 2013 SERIES NOTES
Over this past year The Collector Society has updated and corrected all of the Small Size Federal Reserve Notes sets and has added new notes to all of the denominations sets. But most of the work has been on the One Dollar notes sets with the addition of mules and back plate error notes along with the addition of the 2013 series notes printed by both the Washington DC and Forth Worth Facility. With the addition of the mules and the back plate error notes such as the 1974 FR #1908 with the 905 back plate error and the 1985 FR #1913 with the 129 back plate error were added to the One Dollar Federal Reserve Note - District Set with Stars and Varieties, this set now reflex the notes that are in the PMG graded notes within the population report. Also the Collectors Society have added and corrected the other sets and updated the scoring for the newly added star designation notes. Over this year (2016) you will see more changes to all of the Small Size Federal Reserve note sets. Also over the next two years we may see a change in the addition of a 2013A notes with a change of the Treasure of the United State or the Secretary of the Treasury.
Take a look at this Set Type: $1 Federal Reserve Note - District Set with Stars and Varieties, you will see the latest addition to the set. Within this district master set, there are 282 PMG-66E, 116 PMG-67E and 13 PMG-68E. Also within this set there are 42 RARE notes with a score ranging from 250 to 2500 points and three notes with a PMG-66 EPQ* star designation. Also only 48 out of 620 notes were purchase from a coin or currency dealer in a PMG holder, all other were from bank notes or from various current dealers and were sent in to PMG for grading. The remaining 4% or twenty two notes will be the hardest to fine graded or ungraded. The first change will be the addition of three new 2013 FR #3001-H, FR #3002-A and FR #3002-F* star. It had taken four year to build this One Dollar Master set and my take another four more to complete this set. Within the three One Dollar District Sets there is a total of 1,021 graded notes. Over the last seven years I have added a total of 1,946 notes, of that 1,941 notes are within all the sets.
This has been a very good year for the Small Size Federal Reserve notes and 2016 will be better.
Updated January 20, 2016 - The Journal Entry should be used to inform the members of the Collectors Society an add information to help the membership and share your notes and the love of the hobby. I have over the last six years to cover the Small Size Federal Reserve Notes and inform members of changes, upcoming notes and correction to the sets and help make correction to the scoring system, along with the addition of mules and back plate error notes. This series of small size notes will be with the American people for a lone time. As a collector I can not afford the price of sum of the large size notes or the gold series notes. This is away new members can start with notes from 1963 series to the present at a affordable price. The same way we all started with a penny collection or other US Mint coins.
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