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  1. BEP 1995 RUNS - ONE DOLLAR BACK PLATE ERROR The was reholder to show the corrected information on the PMG note data cover in the holder that show FR number and other information. The photo show the reholder note. FR #1922-Ibpe See more journals by STEVE R
  2. Now my scan Heritage says, "The margins are outstandingly large for this type, and the gold inks are as deeply colorful as we have ever seen them. PMG likely saw some very minor flaw with the note out of the holder, but in the holder its obvious original embossing along with its other attributes makes it look like a 65 EPQ to us. From The Yuri Solovey Collection" Now look at their scan compared to mine once I received the note. When will this monkey business stop!!?? I expect it from Ebay trolls, but a fine Auction House?? See more journals by Sheck_Shiek
  3. Heritage Auctions posts scans that are not realistic either!! Heritage says, "The margins are outstandingly large for this type, and the gold inks are as deeply colorful as we have ever seen them. PMG likely saw some very minor flaw with the note out of the holder, but in the holder its obvious original embossing along with its other attributes makes it look like a 65 EPQ to us. From The Yuri Solovey Collection" Now look at their scan compared to mine once I received the note. When will this monkey business stop!!?? I expect it from Ebay trolls, but a fine Auction House?? S
  4. BEP RUNS - ONE DOLLAR MULE or BACK PLATE ERROR This series of 1995 notes are listed in the population report, its cover only three notes Fr #1992-Hbpe, Fr #1922-Ibpe and Fr #1922-Lbpe. There are only 35 graded to date. This group of note cover the following blocks G/M thru L/X blocks with more than 85 group. The notes will be added in time to the One Dollar District Set with Stars and Varieties. This will be part of the updating to this set. Over time this set has been updated over time and will change the notes slots from 627 to 630 slots. In the photo below show the Fr #1922-Im mul
  5. Create Sets and Upload Images Finally figured out how to create images on the registry site. Now I am able to start searching for bills to match sets. See more journals by mdaje
  6. THE REST OF THE SILVER CERTS GOT 3 1935 F SERIES BILLS SERIAL NUMBERS: U 040006581 I, Z 55232228 I, Z 76129511 I, AND A 1928 A SERIES, SER: F 52406831 B. NOW WHAT SHOULD I DO PLEASE IF ANYONE CAN GIVE ME A LITTLE INSIGHT ID BE FOREVER GRATEFUL.....SORRY ABOUT THE ALL CAPS MY KEYBOARD GOT WET. SEMPER FI! See more journals by JAKABUSK
  7. PICKED UP 4 $1 SILVER CERTIFICATES I AM NEW TO THIS AND IM HOPING I DIDNT GET RIPPED OFF HAHA GOT 3 1935 F SERIES BILLS SERIAL NUMBERS: U 040006581 I, Z 55232228 I, Z 76129511 I, AND A 1928 A SERIES, SER: F 52406831 B. NOW WHAT SHOULD I DO PLEASE IF ANYONE CAN GIVE ME A LITTLE INSIGHT ID BE FOREVER GRATEFUL.....SORRY ABOUT THE ALL CAPS MY KEYBOARD GOT WET. SEMPER FI! See more journals by JAKABUSK
  8. BEP NEW RUNS - ONE thru HUNDRED DOLLARS NOTES with STARS The closing out of the 2013 series notes, the first printing were in November of 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 2018 or 2020 with the printing delay with new series notes. The 2013 notes came in under the presidency of Barack Obama's under his second term, the newly elected presidency will have a change of appointing a new Secretary of the Treasury and a Treasurer of the United State.
  9. The best grades are not always the greatest eye appeal. My $20 large note gold certificate collection is almost complete, only lacking the Fr-1179. As you may know the Fr-1179 and 1180 are the technicolors so you will forgive me if I only have one of the two in my collection? This reverse is my most wonderful. I love it dearly. See more journals by Sheck_Shiek
  10. New Note Notifications for the Novice Well I have just entered the exciting world of collecting notes, currency, or paper money as it is called in the trade. I recently purchased 89 notes graded by CGA the olde, and as we all know that holder is not from the promised land, but a grader which fell into the lower regions for various reasons. I got two books on paper money; my favorite so far is the Whitman Encyclopedia of U.S. Paper Money. My send favorite is Paper Money of the United States by Friedberg. There is a third one which I use at shows for quick ID'ing and evaluations
  11. BEP ADDING 2013 ONE DOLLAR NOTES with STARS In checking the last updated www.uspapermoney.info in October shows that one new run of Fort Worth Facility, Kansas J10 stars notes, in September of 2016 with a run of 250,000 or 5,000 sheets, this is the first 2013-J* stars notes printed. Also in June, from the Fort Worth Facility is the second run of NEW YORK B2 with B/C and B/E block. Also the first run B2 Star notes with a run of 6,400,000 notes. You will see the slots added to the sets over the next six to eight months with addition of other districts sets notes. The following notes ha
  12. It really doesn't matter what grading company one uses. The standards are so well-defined and tight now that the value of a note has almost no wiggle room. As you can see here, I wanted a reputable company to grade a note. Of course, it was a waste of money since the note graded the same thus the value remained the same. Anyone note any sarcasm? That's because there is plenty!! I knew the note would not grade as well. I thought perhaps a 58EPQ would be the lowest but more likely a 62EPQ. Holy cow. What does this say about our hobby as an investment??? See more journals by Sheck_Sh