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larry510
Nice Ron! I didn't know you were interested in modern fancies.  Solids are way cool!
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larry510 wrote:
Nice Ron! I didn't know you were interested in modern fancies.  Solids are way cool!

Not usually but I did pick up a full up ladder and full down ladder from Lyn Knight so I felt a solid should be added to the pot.
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lf.jpeg My first obsolete from this bank, which was located on the far western side of Rhode Island. It will go well with the nationals I have from here. There are very few genuine examples from this institution out there.
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Watching the spot price of Gold over the last year reminded me to upgrade my Gold Certs while I can.  
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Very nice looking R.I. Obsolete. Although I don't chase them I have been eyeballing some hometown Massachusetts notes.
I'm assuming the back must be off because the front faces up nicely on that gold. Golds just seem to pop off the screen. 
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cccurrency wrote:
...I'm assuming the back must be off because the front faces up nicely on that gold. Golds just seem to pop off the screen. 
Yep, shifted right,
although I've seen PMG grade higher for the similar centering

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