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starman
I hope to confirm any of the eleven 1934 FRN mules listed below by asking the Forum members for assistance.

I have updated my one page listing of all the 1938 to 1953 mules by block, and have verified all blocks but these few.

I will post my one page listing for everyone to use after these 11 reports are double checked. Thanks.

Doug Murray

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TookyBandit
Welcome to the forum Mr. Murray! ❤️ 
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
All of the $10's exist, but all are very very rare. 

I know of two EA mules for 1934. 

https://www.papermoneyforum.com/post/educational-thread-10-1934-frn-mules-and-more-8285687?pid=1293764102&highlight=educational+thread

https://www.papermoneyforum.com/post/educational-thread-10-frn-1934-mules-8591484?pid=1296647863&highlight=1934+mule+educational
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jhodgson
I can help, but I am confused by the far right column with the red '1' or '2'.

$20 Series 1934 BA and GA mules do not exist.  The face plates for these two districts were retired before the first macro back plate was used.

Also the $50 Series 1934-D IA does not exist.  It is an error in the book.  Most likely a 1934-C.

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gnat
As far as the 1934A D Star Mule, I know of/own two examples:

1934A Mule D00341809★ PMG 50 A60/523
1934A Mule D00610599★ PCGS 20

I don't have the back plate info recorded for the second note, and don't have access to my notes right now, so can't provide that at present.

I think my 1934 EA Mule is posted in one of the threads linked by Early.

1934 DGS Mule E14755687A F/VF A30/591
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jhodgson
Mine:

10FRN1934-A muleD00360357*I64543VF(VF)

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starman
Draft version, more edits coming
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EarlySmallSizeFanatic
$10 1934 F00286257* is a mule.

https://www.papermoneyforum.com/post/10-frn-1934-atlanta-stars-8600052?pid=1296487279&highlight=1934+atlanta

Around 2015 or 2016, a LUCKY forum member snagged a 1934 $10 B star mule of eBay, listed as a regular DGS. I was the under bidder, and if I had more cash at the time, would have gone for broke. 
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maxcrusha (aka Greg)
no $5 mule stars?
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jhodgson
Around 2015 or 2016, a LUCKY forum member snagged a 1934 $10 B star mule of eBay, listed as a regular DGS. I was the under bidder, and if I had more cash at the time, would have gone for broke. 


Mine:
10FRN1934-DGSmuleB01201910*B165616VF(F)
10FRN1934-DGSmuleB01240250*B161603VG(F)

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