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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
I have all of the information on serial number data for $1 1923 SC from July 11, 1928 to March 25, 1929 (the end of the series). 

This data covers all of the YD block, all of ZD, AE, and, BE. 

I am going to have more data coming in the coming weeks, likley back to series 1899 $1 SC. 

I am more than willing to help anyone who has questions about when their notes were printed. 

I am awaiting other large size data as I type.
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mikelaw
Good stuff and amazing research. What about these? Thanks. Click image for larger version - Name: 0C58F186-70FB-42BD-A465-3698F3F2570B.jpeg, Views: 99, Size: 3.55 MB Click image for larger version - Name: AA92C6A0-EFE9-4FBE-849C-9BDD972E5DE0.jpeg, Views: 99, Size: 1.29 MB
Mike
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mikelaw
1928 or 1929 ?
Mike
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Hi Mike

The AE is from 11/20/1928

I don't yet have dates for the others, but will. For now I have serial number periods:

MD: 7/22/27 to 9/23/27
ND: 9/23/27 to 11/16/27
RD: 11/16/27 to 1/14/28

There was no PD or QD

Last note was B79996000E in March of 1929
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mikelaw
Thanks. November 1928. Who knew.
Mike
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jdizzle
I love statistics and data analytics...very cool research you have done. Will is be published somewhere?

How about one from the K-B block, K76758475B specifically? Thanks in advance!
Enamored with VF-35 and lower grade PPQ/EPQ notes!
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
jdizzle wrote:
I love statistics and data analytics...very cool research you have done. Will is be published somewhere?

How about one from the K-B block, K76758475B specifically? Thanks in advance!


I certainly don't yet have an exact date for your note, as I start at July of 1928.

KB was printed between 2/06/1925 and 4/24/1925. 

I should add that the first 1923 $1 SC (A1B) is from 11/29/23 and that block lasted until 5/13/24. 

Most interestingly, the last black eagle (X32692000A) was printed 1/26/1925. 

This is going to be a lengthy journey in getting the large size data. Supposedly, there is data back into the 1880's or 1890's. 

I am willing to share with everyone as I always have been, this is a labor of love for me, and I feel that rather than keeping this sort of stuff close to the vest, it is best to pass it on to ensure that this information is preserved for all generations of collectors.

The data from Phase I is from NC09, located at the BEP. I have images of the original pages, and they are getting REALLY REALLY frail and fragile. 
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mikelaw
Good job and thanks for undertaking the research.
Mike
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coinfrog
I had no idea Black Eagles were printed as late as 1925!
You seldom get more than you pay for, but you can very easily get less.
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jdizzle
Thanks for the info! As with Coinfrog, I had no idea Black Eagles were printed that long and with that much of an overlap to the 1923 series. For my note specifically, I’m happy enough knowing the time range the block was printed in.

I am really intrigued by this project. I’d love to see the data whenever it is ready to share. Is this project something that you could use help with? Or would want help with? If it’s essentially just indexing data from images to a spreadsheet (or whatever format), I may be able to throw some time at it. But I completely understand that it’s you baby and would be more than understanding if you were good continuing solo. Just figured I’d ask. ;-)
Enamored with VF-35 and lower grade PPQ/EPQ notes!
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
jdizzle: Yes, I would love help.

If anyone has large size serial number data with dates, I would be glad to have it, and it would take some of the work load off the BEP, and National Archives.

There are members that do have some of the data I am looking for, but will not share it because they put their time and money into getting it or some nonsense like that. 

I would be willing to pay a reasonable fee to get some of this information from them ( I am paying the National Archives), and I am taking my time building the spreadsheets, as well as writing out and mailing FOIA's. 

Adding: My goal is to use this information for my personal collecting, to help and educate collectors and spark their interest, and lastly to preserve this information before it is forever lost to time. 

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Steve in Tampa
EarlySmallSizeFanatic wrote:
 I am taking my time building the spreadsheets, as well as writing out and mailing FOIA's. 


I’m a little surprised after reading this last sentence. I’ve personally submitted 3 FOIA requests and fill them out and submit them online.
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Jamericon
For those wondering what Bill received, see the photo below (his files are from the late 1920s, and the ledger pages look slightly different, but list similar data). This is the first page showing serial numbering of 1899 $1 silver certificates by the BEP in July 1911. These ledgers exist for many varieties of large-size SCs, LTs, GCs, FRNs, and FRBNs from July 1911 until the BEP stopped numbering LS notes, and the data in mostly complete with a few gaps.

As Bill mentioned in another post, these ledgers are old and fragile--the bindings are damaged and many pages are loose (as is evident in the photo). In fact, when I've received these ledgers while at College Park they've often been shrink-wrapped and/or tied with a wide, white string. You have to handle them with extreme care.

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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Steve in Tampa wrote:


I’m a little surprised after reading this last sentence. I’ve personally submitted 3 FOIA requests and fill them out and submit them online.


Wow, I didn't even know that was possible. Thanks.

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Steve in Tampa
EarlySmallSizeFanatic wrote:


Wow, I didn't even know that was possible. Thanks.



I’m hoping now I never get stuck behind you at the grocery store as you whip out your checkbook. [smile]
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Steve in Tampa wrote:


I’m hoping now I never get stuck behind you at the grocery store as you whip out your checkbook. [smile]


I am one of the few people who use cash. I get annoyed at the people that have chips in their charge cards, and the chip reader has to read the chip. 

You know you are getting old when you talk to Millenials and you get a blank stare when you mention: 8 tracks, cassettes, rotary dial phones, Atari 2600, cars with carbureted engines, and MTV playing music videos. Yep, I am a hopeless Gen X'er. 


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Jim61
But you are still a youngster compared to me!!! haha   example ask if they know what a slide rule is and if they know how to use it [smile]
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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Springfield
Thanks for all your effort and research that allowed you to find and compile all this information and present it to members of our forum.  
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
In the next week or thereabouts, I am expecting (NC08), which will further expand this data, and likely expand into other denominations and types of currency. 

Last large size serial numbers:

$1 1923 B79996000E on 3/20/1929
----------*23172000D on 3/19/1929

$2 1917: E27416000A on 9/11/1928

$5 1907: M48304000 on 1/16/1929
-----------*3260000 on 11/20/1928

$10 GC K60604000 on 8/28/1928

$20 GC K87120000 on 8/09/1928


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