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MaineJoe
This one just came my way, circulated but glad it's in my lot now.

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dtreter
MEC2 wrote:


Fractionals aren't real currency...

[ducks]



Boooooo...just in time for Halloween!

They are still legal tender...unlike Obsoletes, etc. 

Thanks for contest and here are some of my star notes.

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TomTomTomTom
Our poor overlooked and maligned fractionals! 

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coinfrog
With a pedigree of ex-Ford, I vote we accept this.
You seldom get more than you pay for, but you can very easily get less.
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TomTomTomTom
coinfrog wrote:
With a pedigree of ex-Ford, I vote we accept this.


I was so upset, I punched star holes in it!
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MaineMoneyMan
Do renewed charter obsoletes count?
SPMC PM014835
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Lincoln28
TomTomTomTom is in, I like the star punches. And MaineMoneyMan I will allow it, I dont want to exclude anyone. And jdizzle, I will put an entry in for your daughter as well.
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MaineMoneyMan
Here is a renewed charter Atlantic Bank Note, Portland, Maine Click image for larger version - Name: 90B3BCDE-9828-4C37-811D-203C4A6854DF.jpeg, Views: 127, Size: 258.81 KB
SPMC PM014835
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
1934 L star LGS $5.jpg 
December 10, 1935

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And for the October contest: October 01, 1936 printing.

Both awesome eBay snags. 
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Berny
Here is one of the rarer (1 of 7 non S#1) $5 large red seal replacement national notes from The Central National Bank of Buffalo:
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For details see earlier posts on Large National Bank replacement notes:

https://www.papermoneyforum.com/post/large-size-replacement-nationals-8617958?highlight=national+replacement+bernie&trail=25


https://www.papermoneyforum.com/post/post-your-large-size-replacement-nationals-anyone-else-8618029?highlight=national+replacement+bernie&pid=1296654016

Also see R. Shawn Hewitt & Peter Huntoon's article in the September 2012 SPMC Paper Money Journal, p. 378.

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desiboyee
Count me in! IMG-4987 (1).jpg 
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TennisCoach
So far we have stars of blue, green, red, and even black?  We still need a brown one and a large and small gold in this thread.
Here's my entry!
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TomTomTomTom
Lincoln28 wrote:
TomTomTomTom is in, I like the star punches. And MaineMoneyMan I will allow it, I dont want to exclude anyone. And jdizzle, I will put an entry in for your daughter as well.
I'm hoping that everyone can see the humor (or intended humor) in my fractional posts.
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coinfrog
Berny - Wonderful note!
You seldom get more than you pay for, but you can very easily get less.
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Timewarp
Here's my entry.

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postalnotes
TomTomTomTom wrote:
Our poor overlooked and maligned fractionals! 



I feel for ya!

Although there were duplicate postal notes issued, to my knowledge none of the duplicates has surfaced.

Here are the duplicate quantities issued each fiscal year for postal notes:

Fiscal  Quantity
Year   Replaced 
1884   1,175 (July 1, 1883 to June 30, 1884)
1885   3,963
1886   4,709
1887   4,515
1888   6,436
1889   8,083
1890   7,404
1891   8,466
1892   8,438
1893   9,316
1894   9,604
1895   3,462 (July 1, 1894 to June 30, 1895) This quantity requires more research, as there were also warrants issued.
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Total: 75,571

Nevertheless, all postal notes of Type II and beyond had stars on them, but not in the serial numbers, as evidenced by this old Macon, Georgia note.

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So does this qualify for the contest?
Cheers!

Researching United States Postal Notes 1883-1894.

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mikelaw
Thanks for sponsoring...

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Mike
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Delistamps
TomTomTomTom wrote:

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TomTomTomTom, have you noticed that there's an error on the label? Here's one that's accurate:

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jmb


Thanks for the contest.
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coinfrog
jmb - Nice LT Deuce star.
You seldom get more than you pay for, but you can very easily get less.
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Jim61
And checkout that 10PPQ grade!
Looking for:
Any small size UNC $1 FRN with serial 16977961.
2009 $1 LX end -61 - CU.
1935A $1 CC HAWAII end -61 raw or PCGS CU or better, PMG ok.
World serial 00000061.
World replacements serials ending -61.
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jdizzle
jmb wrote:


Thanks for the contest.

Oh my...I’m literally drooling right now over the note...and the grade!
Obsessed with originally and PPQ/EPQ notes!
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luca
Make it a double

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luca
Steve in Tampa wrote:
It’s really good to hear your daughter shows some interest in paper money Jeremy.

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This note is AWESOME.

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stlnats
Howz about a $20 plain back replacement?



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Always interested in St Louis MO & IL metro and Evansville IN paper money, scrip, financial docs, banking ephemera, etc.  Also collect Latvian 1915 - 1940 city and national paper money by block letter/variety
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