wheat'swheats

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    Collector is an understatement.

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  1. Can we see the back and just a little smaller please. The paper and the red ink just does not look right
  2. Nationals, educational series and notes of that era ,and not quite US but Confederate. You can break the nationals into several groups. Large size, Small size, all states, specific states just your state. There is also a large following in the broken Bank notes, which can be broken down much like nationals.
  3. Looks washed out would have left it alone, and would have been perfectly happy with it as it was.
  4. I can't access the photos, however I do know that bleach will cause the green on a bill to turn yellow, it could be possible they have been through the cleaners and that damaged the bills.
  5. Just a different printing of a different series
  6. I think the ONE in us paper would be the $1000 Grand Watermelon which was a circulating note. As opposed to the $100,000 gold note which was used for bank to bank transactions.
  7. The ones that are signed on back are most of the time by the person who issued the note, but there are many reasons that a note may have been signed
  8. Common as pig tracks. In that condition about $20
  9. Just like a coin, somebody crossed it or regarded it and advised the TPG of that fact and they removed the note from their list
  10. with tear it has I would put it in a mylar holder and leave it alone
  11. I personally don't think that there will be much collectability there for the simple fact that these notes were created for the collector and every one of them will be saved in pristine condition with few exceptions. Sure there will only be a 100 radars in this series but it is still 100 of them. to each his own but I would buy something else. Now there might be some nut that will run up the price for these first issued notes as we saw with HOF coins last summer but there are always people who have more money than brains.
  12. close but no Cadillac, if the two center numbers were 66 it would be a radar. As far as extra value that would be in the eye of the buyer.
  13. You can get tubes at staples office supplies, however I think you will find your $100 asking price a little much. Those have been just over face since their printing.