As a side note, the $1 Silver Certificate Experimental issues were done in the 1928A, 1928B, 1935 (plain) and 1935A series. In the 1928A and 1928B series, the Experimental notes were printed in the lowest part of the XB, YB, & ZB blocks...00000001-10728000 on the XB block and 00000001-10248000 on the YB & ZB blocks. For the 1935 (plain) series, the Experimental notes were at the lowest part of the AB, BB, & CB blocks...00000001-06180000 on the AB block and 00000001-03300000 on the BB & CB blocks. For the 1935A series, the Experimental notes are far easier to identify as they had a red "R" or "S" overprinted on the front of the note and only within the upper half of the SC block. The red "R" was overprinted on the regular distinctive paper and the red "S" was overprinted on a special paper. Here are examples of each from the 1935A series. To my knowledge, there were no other "Experimental" paper releases within the small size $1 Silver Certificates. I hope this helps!
I agree 100%………. I remember TennisCoach & gnat taking the time to PM me with info & suggestions when I first joined this forum😀. Everyone here was encouraging and supportive to my new found interest in the WW II issues. Since I joined I have enjoyed building a decent although limited collection of these notes. I stuck around and although I’m nowhere near the caliber of you guys I enjoy seeing everyone’s notes and I think as my budget allows I will branch out.Tomx4 definitely makes a good case for fractional’s 😀.You never know how you may influence a new member .
just me thinking out loud
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