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luckybucks




Here is half of my 1928C regular $10 set. The DA got a gentle bath and looks much nicer since this picture was taken.

Let's see some other FRNs from the short and collectible 1928C and 1928D series.
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DanCong
This is one of my rarest notes, not greatest condition, but an honest (no apparent) grade for a tough note.

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Maxcrusha
i sold this in 2013

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DanCong
now that star note is pretty cool.
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Tookybandit
That's a beautiful star!
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Timbuk3
Sweet !!!
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luckybucks
That star is always a joy to see.

I know how you feel about selling that one, I've been down that road as well.
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AG76
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flash53
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
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Do you have the serial number to this note ? 

Photobucket is the worst !!! 
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gnat
Here is a PhotoBucket trick to seeing the images. Just pull up this site on your smart phone. In mobile version, the images are just fine.

The serial is F27924102A
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TookyBandit
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
1928C FA five filler.jpg 
A hole filler until a 35 or 40 comes up for around $600
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luca
speaking of
 
1928c 1953-F.jpg 

Always looking for low S/N Red Seals / $5 FRNs: 1950a - 1969b

eBay Store

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newabe
Is that a 40 around $600?
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Numbersman
I have this one on eBay right now (item #153828514828), ending in 2 days....opens at $200.

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luca
newabe wrote:
Is that a 40 around $600?


Indeed

Always looking for low S/N Red Seals / $5 FRNs: 1950a - 1969b

eBay Store

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newabe
luca wrote:


Indeed


Why did I read that in Bill Murray's voice?
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
newabe wrote:
Is that a 40 around $600?


Indeed.

These notes are just too common to go for what they used to. 

A week ago, the tally on the 1928C $5 Atlanta was at 80. With very little effort, I came up with eighteen more notes that are new to the census, bring the total SO FAR, to 98 and rising rapidly. 

I also uncovered five more 1928D's, bringing the tally to 59 on those. 

So far, it looks like the $5 1928B LGS is grossly under rated and the 1928C is grossly over rated, while the 1928D is a tad over rated. EPQ notes in these series would command premiums, as many nice original notes had a hot date with being pressed board flat, hence the lack of EPQ's on the market today. 

Regardless of series, the 1928B St Louis, and the 1928C and D don't really become scarce or rare until about VF35 to EF40, and are certainly rare at AU50 and above, where retail prices are accurate or even a tad low in CU grades. The 1928B St Louis is low across the board, with 1928B Atlanta and San Francisco very low. 

These numbers are just based on rarity, but demand is a whole other matter. 

I am planning on doing a thread on the 1928C and 1928D FRN's this weekend. 

Numbersman's note looks like a decent VF and is properly priced IMO. S/L 7th edition pegs these at $900 in VF !! Not anymore. 

The internet, grading companies, and census reports are bringing the truth to light.

I urge everyone to do a quick educational exercise and go on eBay to see what is available in 1928B LGS, 1928C, and 1928D $5 FRN's. 
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HoneyBadger
newabe wrote:


Why did I read that in Bill Murray's voice?


All of Luca’s posts are that way. Haha!
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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gnat
One of a few original CUs.

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HoneyBadger
Early is correct on the 1928C and 1928D $5 FRNs. I have not brought my census on my site up to speed as of late, but my internal data echos his numbers. Outside of CU/GEM, there is really no reason to pay stupid money for these circulated examples. I am not sure we have even scratched the surface on these.
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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