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jdizzle
@jordon I don't have access to T&P...can you post how many are in each of the nine four-digit ranges and the three-digit range for comparison?  I'm more curious than anything...if it's not too much of a hassle.  :-) 
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jordon
There are a few dubious records, but to give a rough idea:

A00000XXXA: 165
A00001XXXA: 137
A00002XXXA: 12
A00003XXXA: 0
A00004XXXA: 130
A00005XXXA: 0
A00006XXXA: 3
A00007XXXA: 3
A00008XXXA: 6
A00009XXXA: 2

Interesting stuff.
Florida and Washington state Nationals; engraving errors and varieties; courtesy autographs
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jdizzle
jordon wrote:
There are a few dubious records, but to give a rough idea:

A00000XXXA: 165
A00001XXXA: 137
A00002XXXA: 12
A00003XXXA: 0
A00004XXXA: 130
A00005XXXA: 0
A00006XXXA: 3
A00007XXXA: 3
A00008XXXA: 6
A00009XXXA: 2

Interesting stuff.

Very interesting indeed!  Thanks for sharing the SN data.  Is A00002748A on the T&P census?  
1928 $1 LT A00002748A Obv.jpg 
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jordon
jdizzle wrote:
Is A00002748A on the T&P census?


No, it's not. I wonder how many more in that range exist but aren't reported...
Florida and Washington state Nationals; engraving errors and varieties; courtesy autographs
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Tippahnum
Been in my collection for many moons...

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larry510
Here's one in the 5000 range.  Discovered at a coin shop here in California in 2011 Click image for larger version - Name: 20200529_001633.jpg, Views: 45, Size: 145.97 KB
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SerialNumberGuy
I know that serial number A00002222A  exists in CU condition.  The owner of the note died in the 1980's and it was sold in I believe a Hickman - Oakes auction. 

Jordon: Would you be able to post the actual serial numbers shown in Track and Price for the A00006XXXA, A00007XXXA, A00008XXXA and A00009XXXA serial number range?

Track and Price is a great service to collectors but their data is no where near complete as there are many notes that changed hands via auctions long before T & P existed. Some notes change hands via private sale as well and T & P depends on seeing a transaction. Over time T & P's data will get better and better as they observe more notes. For example how many star notes do they have in their census for this series? I have recorded 73 but I've been at it for 40 years - much longer than T & P.
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jordon
It's true that T&P isn't the end-all-be-all, but it is a decent guide, especially for a less experienced collector like me. I've come across many notes not in the census, but I've also found it useful for getting an idea of relative rarity when I want to buy something.

Would you be able to post the actual serial numbers shown in Track and Price for the A00006XXXA, A00007XXXA, A00008XXXA and A00009XXXA serial number range?


A00006586A
A00006765A
A00006834A
A00007072A
A00007438A
A00007796A
A00008163A
A00008317A
A00008425A
A00008482A
A00008593A
A00008765A
A00009733A
A00009913A

Over time T & P's data will get better and better as they observe more notes. For example how many star notes do they have in their census for this series? I have recorded 73 but I've been at it for 40 years - much longer than T & P.


That's impressive! T&P has only 47.
Florida and Washington state Nationals; engraving errors and varieties; courtesy autographs
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SerialNumberGuy
Thanks Jordon for the info you posted. I think T & P is a great collector resource. It provides very meaningful data for a collector that is not readily available elsewhere and over time it will only get better and better. But it will never be perfect as there will always be something new showing up somewhere. Over the last 20 years or so Ebay has turned up many notes that otherwise would have not seen the light of day. It has been an easy way for anyone to post a note for sale that otherwise would not have ever made it to a traditional currency auction. An example is the $2 1928C mule which in the mid 1990's was thought to be exceedingly rare with just a couple known. Now there are at least 43 of these recorded. Sometimes a collector writes an article about a specific note that gets published and when read by other collectors they start looking and may find another note like it. As people get educated to something more examples are likely to be found or noticed.  
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