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jhodgson
Purchased the following note this weekend.  Is there any up-to-date census information for this note?  Where does Atlanta place in the overall rarity for $10 star notes?

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Numbersman
Here's what T&P has to say.Your note makes 7 for Atlanta. DSC08282.jpg 
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
I haven't got that far yet with census info, but am working on it. 

Heritage Auction Archives should also be of help. 
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jhodgson
Thanks! 

One last question, what is the highest serial number observed?

I always knew the $10 Atlanta star was tough, since I have seen very few over the years.  I didn't know it was the third rarest behind Boston and Dallas.

Edited to add - I didn't realize how bad of a picture I took until I saw it on my computer.  There is a lot of glare off the holder.

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jhodgson
Thanks again!

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Roger Ramjet
The census I have lists a few more than Track and Price.  With yours, it looks like 14 Atlanta $10 star notes listed.  I got the census a few years ago.  I have 3 Atlanta $10 stars, all Fine, and none of the 3 are listed in Track and Price.   It appears the 5927* is the high serial number. Click image for larger version - Name: F-1860-F $10 Atlanta Star - Front.jpg, Views: 25, Size: 257.08 KB Click image for larger version - Name: F-1860-F Star - Obverse.jpg, Views: 25, Size: 397.08 KB Click image for larger version - Name: F-1860-F STAR 2 cropped - Front.jpg, Views: 25, Size: 224.09 KB
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jhodgson
Thank you.  A quick analysis - 6000 star notes for one million regular notes is a lower than normal ratio.  

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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Jim: Do you mean 36,000 notes ? 

So far, all of the known notes are from the March 11, 1933 batch (F1* to F00012000*).

Funny that F00005926* and F00005927* survived in F / VF grades. I wonder the stories they could tell. 
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