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I haven't heard a word about the $2 note sets sold late last year by the BEP.

 

Any word on the secondary market? What about those who drew the low, low #'s? Any f/u news at all?

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I haven't heard a word about the $2 note sets sold late last year by the BEP.

 

Any word on the secondary market? What about those who drew the low, low #'s? Any f/u news at all?

 

Just don't try to spend them at any Best Buy in Baltimore, MD. The Balto. Co. PD has already arrested one man for trying to pass legitimate $2 notes.

 

Chris

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I haven't heard a word about the $2 note sets sold late last year by the BEP.

 

Any word on the secondary market? What about those who drew the low, low #'s? Any f/u news at all?

 

Just don't try to spend them at any Best Buy in Baltimore, MD. The Balto. Co. PD has already arrested one man for trying to pass legitimate $2 notes.

 

Chris

Yes, and Taco Bells as well.Do you remember that story?

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Latest ads in June 6 issue of Coin World :

 

Hanks & Associates, Inc. - 2003 $2 FRN, Pack of 100 consecutive numbers - $239; 2 Packs - $469; 5 Packs - $1099

 

Paul Sims, Inc. - 2003 $2 FRN, Green Seal - $2.95

 

No ads for low serial numbers, but I thought I read somewhere that someone who got one of the earliest filled orders got shafted with very high numbers.

 

Chris

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Still no word on the remaining 6000 notes from each of the other districts.

 

As to the premium sets, I don't see them selling at anywhere near where they should be. The Millennium $2 sets sell for more, and the individual notes were all released, a print of 9,999 for each district. By contrast, the 2003 $2 notes have a print of 8000 for each district, and only the premium sets have been released so far. I lucked out and got set #158 & 159. I'll toss one on Ebay in the next week or two.

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