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larry510
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gnat
Larry, Those are three super nice examples of the rare 637 back $5 USNs.

Fit for the finest collection!!!
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larry510
Thanks Randy.  Boy would I hate to have to find three this nice all over again.  It was a real challenge
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mfontes
That's why I still don't own them.  You rock man.  Nice set.  I think the 1928 E $5 star mule is the monster if I recall.  I haven't worked on this set for a very long time.  I still need all the monster notes. 
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larry510
mfontes wrote:
That's why I still don't own them.  You rock man.  Nice set.  I think the 1928 E $5 star mule is the monster if I recall.  I haven't worked on this set for a very long time.  I still need all the monster notes. 


I don't think I can afford any of the rare star mules.  Robert owns a couple I think from Glasser's collection.  The 1928B star mule is pretty tough too.  My best is only a VF 25
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mikelaw
Love ‘em. Congrats and thanks for posting. 
Mike
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Very tough set to complete in that grade. 

Well done. 
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jdizzle
@larry510 Sick group of 637s sir...fabulous examples! 
Enamored with VF-35 and lower grade PPQ/EPQ notes!
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TennisCoach
Absolutely beautiful group of mules, any one of those would make a collector proud! 
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TookyBandit
👏 Bravo! ❤️ 
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