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jhodgson
Finally found a 1934-A non-mule star note. I have been searching for several years for an example. Click image for larger version - Name: E3838ACB-C3FC-40B4-A333-A0D8C4671BD2.jpeg, Views: 55, Size: 801.61 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 66F7AA9C-77B8-4DCB-A1DA-184DBB0DCE06.jpeg, Views: 54, Size: 742.05 KB

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larry510
Excellent!
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TookyBandit
Sweet $100 star!!! Congrats on the addition.
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Jamericon
Nice catch.
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Very tough note. 
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jhodgson
Appears the star note was printed from a face plate with a short production life.

$100 FRN Series 1934-A New York face plate 20 was only used from Jul 13, 1944 to Aug 7, 1944.

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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
July 13, 1944 to August 07, 1944. 

The last serial number for 1944 was B00156000*, per the December 31, 1949 annual report. 

Could the run size be 24,000 notes (mostly mules) ?

There were no deliveries for 1945 through 1950. The last deliveries were in January 1951.
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