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Cody71086
...at least to me. I was taking advantage of the ANA's library of all the editions of "The Numismatist" and found this neat ad featuring one of my old friends! June, 1938. Matches like this are hard to find as serial numbers were typically omitted from price lists and auctions from this era. Yes the prices seem awesome, but keep in mind the era. You would have to be very well off to be a currency collector. Share if you have found one!

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Numbersman
That is cool.It reminds me of when I first got a look at the Grinnell book.I glanced at it briefly and came upon a note that is in my collection (1928 $5 FRN Boston serial #99-back then it was still part of the sheet).I was tickled pink and decided to buy the book to get a better look in greater detail.Turned out I had 4 notes with the Grinnell lineage and didn't know it.
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mfontes
I’ll pay him twice the cost for that sheet....so, $80 hard cash. 🙂
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Steve in Tampa
Thanks for sharing. I originally saw this posted on Facebook.
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postalnotes
I like the price of the uncirculated $10 Bison four lots before Cody's sheet. $13.00. Wow, I was born in the wrong era!
Now, if I can just complete my time machine. . . 

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Numbersman
Talk about born at the wrong time!! These 3 lots (2 of them Grand Watermelons and 2 of the 3 in unc) were in the Grinnell sales....the pre-sale estimates were actually high! Can you imagine sitting in the room when this sale took place and letting these 3 notes get by you at those prices realized (the 2nd pic)!

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postalnotes
Simply Amazing! ðŸ‰ðŸ‰

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