$100 STAR NOTE MULTI UNIQ. SER. #
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This $100 star note is not only a star not but the serial number is unique in multiple ways.  Not only is serial number 19102661 unique in the way of 1910 (year) and 2/6/61 being two dates but this is a very unique relevance if you are a Boy Scout.  Why?  This note represent the first year of the Boy Scouts being 1910 and the date 2/6/61 is a year that President Kennedy was President, which he was the first Boy Scout to become President of the United States.

Please provide any feedback and guidance on the value of this unique note.2002246319_100STARNOTE2009SERIEScr.jpg.857d71ff4e88fd7872ae18d36c19665d.jpg1466239964_100STARNOTE2009SERIESREV_cr.jpg.d41c734453b8097131d0b7490b6cef64.jpg

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Usually on eBay they can sell for about $125+. Could be more depending on the condition. But you do have to pay 10% to eBay. if it's graded by PMG as a 66 or higher could be worth a lot more. Looks like Heritage had two of them nice crisp that's sold for about $240. 

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Thank you very much for the feedback and info..  Do you think it could bring more due to the two date scenario and relevance with the Boy Scouts?  

Also, I have another post about two $100 bills having "in Order" serial numbers.

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I like to collect Star notes but seldom do I pay for circulated notes. If these were mine I would simply keep them in my collection. And then if I needed money I would spend them. 

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On 5/5/2019 at 10:32 AM, T-Collects said:

This $100 star note is not only a star not but the serial number is unique in multiple ways.  Not only is serial number 19102661 unique in the way of 1910 (year) and 2/6/61 being two dates but this is a very unique relevance if you are a Boy Scout.  Why?  This note represent the first year of the Boy Scouts being 1910 and the date 2/6/61 is a year that President Kennedy was President, which he was the first Boy Scout to become President of the United States.

Please provide any feedback and guidance on the value of this unique note.

I think the stuff about the date in the serial number is kind of  nonsense. The note itself has nothing to do with the boy scouts and it doesn't link to the boy scouts in any way. While 1961 is a year that Kennedy was president, it's not like 2/6/61 is the date of his inauguration or anything. I don't see anyone with an affinity for boy scouts stuff sharing your interpretation for the serial number. You're just reaching too far.

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