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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Why not, and it will be a great reference. 
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
57 hits, yet Radio silence.

Doesn't appear to be on anyone's radar, so I won't bother. 


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Springfield
If the replies could be anonymous, that might result in participation.

Some collectors might not want others to know what exact notes they own.
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maxcrusha (aka Greg)
seems like an overwhelming effort

(just my 2 cents)
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
I would do this for just star notes and rarer blocks, mostly from 1928 to 1934D

This would give a better idea of what is rare what is not and what is perceived to be rare but really isn't. 

People could PM me numbers if that makes them more comfortable. 


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tigertrader


Well before I make another section I think it would be best to build it and collect it in a specific thread and then once we had a critical mass of data, look to incorporate that into its own category. 


I do intend to actually build out some showcases so I can show some examples of what my intention was for that section, but life keeps getting in the way... So, I certainly don't want to create something that will not ultimately move forward. If I cant get around to doing the showcase soon, it will likely be hidden until I do have time. That's just an example and FYI...



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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Thanks tigertrader.

I am going to keep it reasonable.

Notes with more than 50 known (with a few rare exceptions), I will just say 50+ known and not give specific data of serial numbers.

My focus will be the $1 1928C, D, and E stars, 1928 and 34 series stars, and 1929 FRBN stars, as well as known rare blocks like 1928A DA, EA, HB, IB and JB, 1928B VA, WA, and XA, 1928C $1 CB, and JB, 1928D EB, and 1928E GB and JB. 
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