1934 FRNs, which do you collect, LGS, DGS, or both?
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Seal color specific collecting  

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  1. 1. Seal color specific collecting

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I've realized I only collect one type note where seal color is a must be; that's the $5 FRN. This makes a very small specific collection. How does seal color affect your collection?

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The color change from dark to light and back to dark has created some varieties and I guess I'd have to call myself a variety collector. Even though in my eyes the LGS is more attractive I found myself collecting a DGS variety do to scarcity and the story behind them.

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Jim, I got a good chuckle from your reply; under your username it says "Learning the Ropes". If that's the case they should put "Tangled up in Ropes" under mine.

 

Edit: to show how my mind wonders now I'm trying to think of that song by Bob Dylan, "Tangled up in ???"

 

The FUN auctions are finished now and I didn't find a single DGS non-mule but did win a BP 629, BP 637, BP 204, and FP 307. Funny, at first I didn't think there was anything there for me.

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