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jhodgson
@xxJOExx - Love the web note.  I have a circulated one that I was going to post, but I don't have it scanned.

I have noticed I have not scanned a lot of my low grade notes.  Here is one from a forum member:

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cccurrency
Not sure if you would call it a work horse. But it is the most abused and worn note in my collection.
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mfontes
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This is my favorite old note.  I love the grade and I know everyone has seen it before:

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mfontes
Here is another beauty.  I dig the inverted cashier signature and old school ink. 

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NortonII
jhodgson wrote:
Here is one from a forum member:

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The first 9 in the left-hand serial number looks funny.  Is that normal?
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jhodgson
Never noticed that before.  Numbers from older numbering wheels did not produce crisp looking digits.  Maybe that what caused this difference.

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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
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Sadly was washed and processed to death, but a work horse nonetheless. 
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rbethea
Here's my worst 2 American notes and a Canadian.


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(there's plenty more where those came from)

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Jim61
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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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Sergei Aleksandrov
  

My sole example of a $1 from a National bank, one that obviously served well.
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MEC2
That note is rough as hell @Sergei Aleksandrov but it's the only known ace and it's on a great town name... the kind of note right up my alley... 
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Sergei Aleksandrov
I only bought it out of pity, low bid and I wanted an ace and first series note.     

Here is another from the same era with a good tale to tell.  This was directly purchased from the estate of a bank officer that had collected over the counter receipts from when he started at the bank in the 1930s until he retired ca. 1975.  This note is just the lowest denomination on the 1862 Series that was in the collection, I have several $10s, a $20 and a $50 that are all nicer.
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MEC2
Ugly notes need homes too - and when the population is one, it's always the nicest available...
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cashhound
I read somewhere the BEP printed 3.5 million of this note with 640 million printed for the entire 1928 series. This is a key note. Sorry to say but this note has been around the block. 1928Eobverse01.jpg  1928EdateEnlarged.jpg 
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