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Cody71086
https://www.ebay.com/itm/598664-Banknote-United-States-Twenty-Dollars-1934-KM-2326-star-VF/324174312994?hash=item4b7a4b7622:g:5VwAAOSwjZZeyADJ

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mikelaw
That’s a crappy looking note. Who would ever buy that. It looks like blood. Someone’s  just trying to be funny. What a waste
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Steve in Tampa

Seller is in France. 

Am I the only one seeing a bunny and a paw print ?

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TomTomTomTom
I've seen soaking in coffee to make them look old...but chocolate easter bunny??
Always looking for high quality fractional notes, specimens, proofs, experimentals and anything fractional related
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McLovin
Looks more like a kangaroo to me, but yep there it is
Monkey, because a vest has no sleeves
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postalnotes
I see a llama and a duck with five eggs.

Researching United States Postal Notes 1883-1894.

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maxcrusha (aka Greg)
1928b $20 faux front.jpg 
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tigertrader

Looks like it sold for the $32.50. I would have paid something for it but not sure about $32.50...

Greg your obviously into these things, is it worth that?
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MEC2
It is, because that's what two people were willing to pay for it. On lower denomination small size you'll almost always see them sell for face or more. For larger, like $50 and $100, depends on condition, and they tend to be nicer counterfeits, AND they tend to draw more attention from Uncle you-know-who...
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MaineJoe
MEC2 wrote:
It is, because that's what two people were willing to pay for it. On lower denomination small size you'll almost always see them sell for face or more. For larger, like $50 and $100, depends on condition, and they tend to be nicer counterfeits, AND they tend to draw more attention from Uncle you-know-who...


Uncle?

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MEC2
Buck Melanoma, Uncle Moley's Wart....
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Springfield
Is it better to buy a counterfeit note that has been certified?
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jhodgson
TPG services will not knowingly grade a counterfeit note.

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Springfield
I thought I once saw an Obsolete note certified as counterfeit. Perhaps they will certify those as they only are valuable to collectors and can not be used to buy goods and services.  
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jordon
That's right. TPGs won't grade counterfeits whose legality is questionable, like counterfeit Federal notes; I remember seeing an old post where someone's counterfeit Original or 1875 National was returned with a note and no holder. They will grade counterfeits that are legal to own, like Continental Currency, obsoletes, etc. I've found TPG attributions useful when searching for high-quality counterfeits like the Confederate "Havana" counterfeits and Operation Bernhard notes, which my eyes have a hard time telling from the real ones.
Florida and Washington state Nationals; engraving errors and varieties; courtesy autographs
SPMC LM449
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Cody71086
When I was grading, anything that was still legal tender and counterfeit we would body bag and send back ungraded.

Now on the coin side. ICG slabs counterfeits for educational purposes and places them in a yellow label holder.
https://www.icgcoin.com/about/the-holder/the-educational-slab-for-altered-and-counterfeit-coins/
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