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NessunDorma
I have been looking for this for a while now and when one matching my requirements became available I jumped all over it. I'm over the moon about finally getting one and couldn't resist posting a picture.

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Collector of United States Currency, fine mechanical watches & fridge magnets
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RagPicker
Great note!  It's a gem.
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HoneyBadger
Excellent purchase! Was this a missing signature from your collection? Denomination? Type?
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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NessunDorma
HoneyBadger wrote:
Excellent purchase! Was this a missing signature from your collection? Denomination? Type?


Thank you! Yes, I am trying to collect one $1 Silver Certificate and $1 Legal Tender (non-star for now) with each signature combination 1899-1957B in 64-66 EPQ/PPQ. I am roughly 50% of the way there with some of the rarer variations still to come. However, this note plus the 1923 $1 LT are my personal favourites, hence my excitement at finally adding this to my collection.
Collector of United States Currency, fine mechanical watches & fridge magnets
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Springfield

Congratulations on finding your note that satisfies so many desires for your collection.  


The serial number itself has many special numbers that I enjoy including in my collection. 


Please continue to share with us other special notes you find on your collecting journey. 

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DoctorPaper
Nice!!
There's something about the color red in a high grade note that really makes it attractive to me....
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Steve in Tampa
Wonderful addition, congratulations @NessunDorma !
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mfontes
Congratulations. How exciting and only us current people know that great feeling.  I “need” a few notes too and when I get them I’ll be feeling the same!  🙂
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mebid2much
Wonderful addition, congratulations @NessunDorma !
 
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MEC2
mfontes wrote:
Congratulations. How exciting and only us current people know that great feeling.  I “need” a few notes too and when I get them I’ll be feeling the same!  ðŸ™‚


When did your avatar change to Jack the Pumpkin King?
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Numbersman
What's not to love!
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asheland
Nice one!  
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mfontes
Alfred E. Newman got old. Peter Griffin was short lived. Jack Skellington is nothing but awesome! 🙂
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