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HawaiiCollector
mfontes wrote:
Nice notes peeps.  Hawaii, I have a relative to your Fr. 1104, but sold it years ago.  I regret the sale and if I ever find the note I want it back:

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I'm so sorry I sold you Ã°Å¸ËœÂ­
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That is an awesome note! Wish you still had it so I could make you an offer on it lol!
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coinfrog
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The value of anything is what you can sell it for the same day you bought it.
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MEC2
Here's a few of my meager holdings...

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Steve in Tampa
Wait, What !?
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cpolen
The Joplin NB.png 
                                                                                                                     F.P. Giltner, Cashier                                                                      J.E. Garm, Vice President. 

There were 1,034 1902 $100 Plain Backs issued under this bank name (the first name of the bank) with this note being 1 of 4 reported survivors.  There were 185 1902 $100 Plain Backs issued under the second name of the bank (The Joplin National Bank & Trust Company) with no reported survivors.

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                                    F.P, Giltner, Cashier                                                                                                    A.H. Waite, President

A younger cousin of the 1902 Plain Back.  There were 1,320 $100 1929 Type 1 notes issued with 15 reported survivors.
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gnat
Great Joplin, MO. notes!
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thavs1
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Walked10kMiles
Here is an assortment of $100’s, hope some are of interest.694C9C39-E4ED-4990-9204-CAB69AFF4C82.jpeg  927C562E-086C-4B0C-B4A9-E15F5797719D.jpeg D520F55D-FF15-4502-828C-92BD06002BF3.jpeg  4F734D71-6832-46AE-A371-ADE90CB559FF.jpeg  364E420B-AC52-4D16-A4C1-E52F44272714.jpeg  B2FD9B81-612C-40B7-9345-F039DEEBF56C.jpeg4B138EE3-38B2-4067-8085-DD049F146167.jpeg
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Steve in Tampa
Amazing assortment 10K, thanks for sharing.
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MrCee123
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MEC2
Love those error $100's there 10k...

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Jim61
Wow, what a great assortment of $100s1 Thanks for sharing! Enjoying the display for sure.
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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mikelaw
Great looking notes. A few BEP Souvenir Cards. Click image for larger version - Name: 0DB22780-1AEA-4499-B1EB-7A1BA1B42327.jpeg, Views: 89, Size: 949.45 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 62283767-F4AB-461A-9425-E22BBB3AC9BB.jpeg, Views: 86, Size: 892.95 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 7159D6E0-C470-4DA5-AD33-8E334094DEDB.jpeg, Views: 88, Size: 1007.53 KB
Mike
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mikelaw
Sometimes it feels like it may be better to collect US high denomination notes such as $100’s, $500’s or $1,000’s. At least you’ll get face value at the bank ....unlike $1’s, $2’s , etc.
Mike
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Amrys
mikelaw wrote:
Sometimes it feels like it may be better to collect US high denomination notes such as $100’s, $500’s or $1,000’s. At you’ll get face value at the bank ....unlike $1’s, $2’s , etc. 


Exactly my opinion and strategy.
Collecting is fun and really a hunt, but beside this it can be a good investment too.
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Walked10kMiles
Yes,I agree!
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jhodgson
Very rare Series 1923 $100 Silver Certificate

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Want to increase your knowledge about US small sized currency? Find interesting tidbits about US small size currency:

https://www.facebook.com/American-Paper-Connection-Inc-585643014808093/?ref=bookmarks
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coinfrog
Tough note. ðŸ™‚
The value of anything is what you can sell it for the same day you bought it.
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EyesWideShut
jhodgson wrote:
Very rare Series 1923 $100 Silver Certificate

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Ballsy move for the times , I've had 5's and 10's , but raising it to a C note and trying to pass it  _  well , very ballsy ..... 😎
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HoneyBadger
That $100 1934 is an altered note. But there was a $100 1934 Silver.

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This is real too.

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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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synchr
A star

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