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maxcrusha (aka Greg)
Any insight why they were broken out like this in the book?...

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Steve in Tampa

Bob explains it in the series summary, on page 30.
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Edited to add, I don’t necessarily agree with the pricing in the guide.

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maxcrusha (aka Greg)
thank you!!
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jhodgson
I know of no one who has tried to collect these late stars by group - just one to have an example for their collection.

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Steve in Tampa
I agree Jim...that would be insane. My example in an old PMG holder.
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
A better explanation:

They completed the 1969 series and switched to 1969A. 

In the Spring of 1971, more sheets of 1969 were found, and rather than waste them, they were printed as star notes. 
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synchr
What do 65PPQ go for now?
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Dollarsavr
I think that the switch from conventional to C.O.P.E. printing was involved. It happened around then.
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Steve in Tampa
synchr wrote:
What do 65PPQ go for now?

I’ve seen prices from $100 - $150 within the last three years.
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