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Scooter1
My set minus the stars ( which I will probably never buy) except the $1’s and one $10. I have posted most if not all of these at previous times, but never together, so here goes.  Post some of yours 🇺🇸4976D7FC-F952-4A75-9CAD-B1B0481E33F3.jpeg  9B603AAA-FE4F-494D-BC6C-EC5FE3E388DA.jpeg  0BFD3145-2DD3-488E-81EF-65A0C4887660.jpeg  7E3A23AB-1F72-46ED-989F-ECB5AE91E6DF.jpeg  5D105FD1-58A6-4054-A47F-60FAF7ED7DA8.jpeg  EFC35904-BE19-4E08-8DD2-5C02FFA3F65A.jpeg  25BD8F9D-4F2F-4EF1-9AAE-85E334D6F17A.jpeg  71CFC084-97D8-4E32-9C09-2D365AD375E8.jpeg  E6381934-696F-4487-900C-625DACD9CD05.jpeg  06DE49C9-E6B3-4960-8B1F-4A86803FAA48.jpeg
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MEC2
Now I know who keeps buying the Tokyo Bay notes... it's high on my list...
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Scooter1
MEC2.    .Not me 😀.
My dad brought all three of those home with him.
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MEC2
Very cool, note their provenance somewhere. They will make great heirlooms... alas, my family was all in the Atlantic theatre, so no Tokyo Bay notes, but I have a crazy huge Nazi banner among other things... which is sort of cool but sort of ghastly at the same time... courtesy of the 82nd.
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Scooter1
I also have his handwritten journal showing his ship anchored in the Bay on those dates.  Makes the whole package kinda cool 😀
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larry510
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HoneyBadger
Y’all stop giving me more things to put on my list! 😜

Very nice notes y’all!
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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Steve in Tampa
Super nice Scott, especially the part about belonging to your father and the added provenance. Really like the trio of $10 NA SCs.
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mikelaw
Love the WWII stuff. Thanks for sharing. Two stars...very cool. I have a few but nothing that looks like this. 
Mike
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oklahomadanny
OK catching up on old posts. I actually remember these were scotter's 1st post on PMF back then. I collect WWII era military notes along with AMC/MPC so I had seen this type of note before.
[Avengers100px][CIB3-2][geronimo2] 
  *Dad* 7/21/1916-12/22/2014 *WWII Veteran* Signal Corps *
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synchr
Super nice Scott, especially the part about belonging to your father and the added provenance. Really like the trio of $10 NA SCs.

+1
PS - I can't see it clearly but it appears the top $10 SC is a two digit fp, perhaps 86 or 87?
Fingers crossed
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oklahomadanny
synchr wrote:

+1
PS - I can't see it clearly but it appears the top $10 SC is a two digit fp, perhaps 86 or 87?
Fingers crossed
You can enlarge the picture. I read it as #86.
[Avengers100px][CIB3-2][geronimo2] 
  *Dad* 7/21/1916-12/22/2014 *WWII Veteran* Signal Corps *
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gnat
Very nice sets Scott.

And, that lfp 86 note is extra cool.

Here is my $5 Hawaii (no stars) set.

1934 Non-Mule  (The only 1934 SF Non-Mules. NO regular issue SF $5 Non-Mules were printed - S/L incorrectly lists regular SF Non-Mules as existing)
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1934 Mule

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1934A
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Springfield
Congratulations on your notes.  My dad served in the Navy during WWII so I have collected some Hawaii notes to honor his memory and service to our country. 
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Scooter1
Thank you all for the kind words &  for the awesome notes posted 😀
the top NA / SC $10 is an 86 
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synchr
synchr wrote:

+1
PS - I can't see it clearly but it appears the top $10 SC is a two digit fp, perhaps 86 or 87?
Fingers crossed
Scooter1 wrote:
Thank you all for the kind words &  for the awesome notes posted 😀
the top NA / SC $10 is an 86 
   Nicely done!
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maxcrusha (aka Greg)
used to own this...
1934 North Africa $10 star front.jpg 
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Scooter1
Wow … Nice radar star ⭐️ 
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synchr
Used to?
Didn't like it?
used to own this...
1934 North Africa $10 star front.jpg 
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larry510
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Scooter1
Larry… I love that fiver …(is that even a word?) …oh well beautiful note😀


edit … I just googled it , slang for five dollar bill 😜
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