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BestestDad
I am trying to complete my block sets for my $1 FRN series'. The BB mule is #1 on my list right now. I am also looking to complete a back plate set for each series as well(someday)Here is a list the blocks I need for the 1963 & 1969. 
1963 A* & K*  non-mule
1963 CA Gilbert Test note
1963 BB mule
1969b BB,BC,BD & CB
Looking for UNC graded or raw. 
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
Have you checked with Alex Delatola or Bob Azpiazu ? Jim Hatch is another good source.

FYI, there are also 1963A Gilbert notes, I believe in the GB block Don't quote me on the block.
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Steve in Tampa
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BestestDad
@EarlySmallSizeFanatic Jim Hatch does not have one for sale. He is interested in a GB mule note of mine and I was hoping to trade to no avail. I don't know Alex and just purchased a few notes from Bob recently. Are they both members of this Forum? 
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Steve in Tampa
You can reach Alex here,  https://apdcurrency.com/
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BestestDad
Thank you
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
I've dealt with Alex since 2003, and he is a good dealer.

I haven't dealt with him in the past ten years, as I have shifted to early small size, mostly stars.
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BestestDad
Checked out his website. He does not have them in stock. Thank you for your help
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gmockoviak
As a side note, I deal with Alex Delatola on a monthly basis, and he is a very reputable and informative dealer.  Highly recommended to business with.  Also, I would e-mail him directly as he does not have everything listed on his website due to the thousands of notes he has in his inventory.   alexdelatola8@gmail.com
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MaineJoe
Well you folks made me scratch my head in wonder. So I dug out some stuff and found I have BOTH, the BB Mule and the GG Steve showed, go figure right? But to be honest, not for sale. They are part of my complete 63-69D set(s). Funny though, going back through I found a 1981 JD I forgot was in there too.
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BestestDad
gmockoviak wrote:
As a side note, I deal with Alex Delatola on a monthly basis, and he is a very reputable and informative dealer.  Highly recommended to business with.  Also, I would e-mail him directly as he does not have everything listed on his website due to the thousands of notes he has in his inventory.   alexdelatola8@gmail.com
Thanks I'll give it a shot.
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BestestDad
What is the serial number range for those Gilbert notes in the 1963a series
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Steve in Tampa
The 1963A $1 G-G notes haven’t been fully vetted, so for now, it’s unknown.
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rbethea
Correct me if I'm wrong, Steve, but the best guess right now is G25600001G to G26240000G.
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Steve in Tampa
I’ve been in contact with the lawyer that bought the Gilbert Paper Company property in Menasha Wisconsin and recovered the 1963A G-G hoard found in the Gilbert Administration building safe. I’ll shoot him an email and get some serial numbers of the 300+ notes he has. 
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BestestDad
If he wants to get his note count down to an even 300 I could take a couple off his hands.😃
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Steve in Tampa
I’ve been after Tom to sell me his entire lot, or even singles for years. He’s real nice about it, but turns me down every time. The 1963A G-G note with card and envelope above was purchased from a private individual that included this email explaining how she got it.

Hi Steve,
Good to hear from you. 
Here is the story as I remember it ---
 
Years ago when I worked at Carpenter Paper company in Omaha Nebraska (1985-1989), I took a mill trip up to the Gilbert Paper Mill in Menasha Wisconsin. With me were a few paper clients from Omaha - art studio and ad agency people.  The first day we had a thorough tour of the mill, a trip to the cheese farmers market, a wonderful dinner out. The next morning we went back to the mill, had breakfast and then each of us received an  Gilbert stationary envelope that contained a $1 bill and the story telling how Gilbert made $1 bills for  the government briefly. Great story, great visit.
 
Cheers,
Christine

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BestestDad
That is a great story. Some of the notes and coins I have that I like the most aren’t very valuable but have a great story behind the purchase. 
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BestestDad
30+ years ago I lived in Minnesota along the Mississippi River in the town of Newport. After a day of cruising the river we docked the boat and made our way back to the house when my mother noticed something shiny in the water. She reached down and pulled this up.  E0225993-C0EC-4464-8E3C-50404DCCA065.jpeg  8D8E985A-AC71-4802-A328-ADFCFC249456.jpeg 
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rbethea
That's awesome!  That's like a $2000 coin there!
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BestestDad
A coin dealer offered my mom $18 for it years ago. She decided to keep it. Fast forward, My brother bought a house and my mom decided to buy him a designer bathroom rug, and to keep things "fair" she gave me the coin. I still have the coin.
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