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SmallSizedGuy
With the purchase of the J-Star off of eBay, I now I have a complete block set of known $5 FRN 1934 DGS non-mule notes.

REGULAR NOTES

Currently the Kansas City note remains unreported.












STAR NOTES

Currently the Richmond note remains unreported.











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Tookybandit
Superb set of $5's SSG!!!

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funkee
Very nice! Impressive set.

I have seen plenty of DGS KC notes. I'm not sure why they wouldn't be reported. Unless you are talking about non-mules?
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SmallSizedGuy


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Very nice! Impressive set.

I have seen plenty of DGS KC notes. I'm not sure why they wouldn't be reported. Unless you are talking about non-mules?




Yes, non-mules. I edited the title and post to state that.
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delistamps
Sweet!!!
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luckybucks
HUGE accomplishment. That is a very very tough set to complete.
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Jim61
Incredible accomplishment! Great set!
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gnat
Congratulations on getting that J Star and competing this extremely tough set.
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CMCART
Awesome
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Jamericon
"... and competing[sic] this extremely tough set." Understatement of the year, but from someone who knows from experience.

Fabulous set Jim, and based on rarity, worth more than nearly any other comparable set that can be assembled.

I'm only half way there...
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gnat
Bumping some eye candy
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Bumping for a forum member.

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Steve in Tampa
Amazing set, congratulations!
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TennisCoach
It's quite a set, it must have been a proud moment when you acquired the 1934 $5 DGC J star non-mule.  I am sure many of us would love to have that same feeling someday!
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HoneyBadger
This is an awesome collection!

Wish these were more plentiful — other than the Minneapolis.
FRN Collections Complete - 1928-1934 LGS: $5 [87%] - $10 [37%] - $20 [2%] - $50 [6%] - $100 [0%] - $500 [0%]

http://www.1928notes.com - If you have a new note to add, please let me know.
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jhodgson
i have not upgraded any of the notes in the past three years.

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Dan Cong
from looking in the catalog, it seems the non-mule San Francisco notes should not be rare. If you don't have one, I assume they really are rare, both regular and star ....
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jhodgson
Dan Cong wrote:
from looking in the catalog, it seems the non-mule San Francisco notes should not be rare. If you don't have one, I assume they really are rare, both regular and star ....



San Francisco DGS non-mule green seals may not have been printed. DGS non-mule sheets were printed in 1937 and had serial numbers applied in 1941-2. All San Francisco sheets printed in 1937 were used in the first printings of Hawaii notes in 1942.

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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Bumping for forum member.

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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
One more reason to ax Photof*ckit: Unless you have a paid account, the blurr you images. 

Jim: nice set and a very tough set to complete in any grade !!
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mfontes
Photobucket sucks. I can’t beli anyone would pay that ransom. Are they still on business?  Freaking criminals. 
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gnat
Funny, in mobile version, the scans look fine.

An impressive accomplishment, likely the only set ever assembled.
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