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Steve in Tampa
These four notes make a complete set of 2017 $10 replacement notes.
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mebid2much
$10 GC & SC. I  bought these beauties some twenty years ago. Click image for larger version - Name: 827E5486-C011-49BE-9C41-6A00ED516E29.png, Views: 95, Size: 3.81 MB Click image for larger version - Name: FF54AA1F-B903-4697-A76C-5221279252D1.png, Views: 93, Size: 3.85 MB
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Cinch
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Series 1875 $10 First Charter Fr. 416. Charter #134, Providence

Signed by Nelson W. Aldrich as president of the bank. Aldrich later became a U.S. Senator and helped create the Federal Reserve. Aldrich was the grandfather of Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller, the Governor of New York and Vice-President under Gerald Ford.
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mikelaw
Great looking large size and story. Very cool. 
Mike
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Steve in Tampa
That Fr.1700 is ridiculous. 
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coinfrog

Beautiful note, Cinch.

mebid2much's notes are always a reminder of why I love this hobby.  Beauty and rarity, always  the collector's goal.

The value of anything is what you can sell it for the same day you bought it.
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MEC2
That '33 is off the effin chain... random $10 post below! I just scanned a handful of notes for the first time in months, this is a random pick among the tens...

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synchr
REV L to G COP - wow~!
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
1934B to A COP. 

It looks like plate positions were all G to L for that run. 

Nice 1928 GC star and 1933 SC !
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synchr
Schwing!
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