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28 May 2022

US FRNs $1 various series with serial number issues . Whashington Treasure # 3

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Series with potential for discovering oddities or opportunities, among others included:

27 May 2022

US FRN's $1 various series with details and errors, Washington Treasures #2

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23 Apr 2022

1929 "National Currency" Serie $20 US Banknote

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One of the most interesting facts is that this type of "National Currency" was printed as emergency cash needed with urgency in 1929 to face demands in certain areas and with specific denominations. Brown Seal notes were authorized by the US Treasury Department and under special contracts or "charts" money was printed and issued by various banks of our Nation for a certain period of time to support the workload felt over the Federal Reserve Units. My collected note was issued by the National Bank of New York, NY under charter number 1461. Over 80,000 sheets were printed.In my opinion, an attractive idea of paper-money being printed in a variety of colored seals according to the unit or Federal Reserve Bank locations would be a nice step for the Nation's BEP issues. Again, that would be my opinion.An interesting and highly collectable banknote I present my Series 1929 $20 Brown Seal US bill.

06 Mar 2022

1965-68 US $1 Military Payment Certificate Series 641

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The US Military Payment Certificates issued under series 641 were authorized for use in Viet Nambeing that country the only one where this series were used. Originally issued on August 31st, 1965, they were cashed or presented until October 21st, 1968.

05 Mar 2022

1928 Series B US $1 Silver Certificate

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Silver certificates were printed and distributed between 1878 and 1964 in the US as part of its normal circulation of paper currency. The certificates were initially exchangeable for their face value of silver dollar coins and later in raw silver bullion. Since 1968 they have been available for change only in Federal Reserve Notes and are thus obsolete, but "still" valid legal tender.

26 Feb 2022

1954 5¢ Series 521 US Military Payment Certificate

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Pay and sacrifice of our servicemembers, and citizens, and others....

17 Feb 2022

1934 Series A $10 Federal Reserve Note

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Pale green seal, a temporal street scene by the south side of US Treasury building, an old remembrance of a flow on movement with hat-on walkers and a car. The way of the Nation.

16 Feb 2022

Series 1934 $20 FRN

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It was a harsh decade for the United States of America, the 1930's switched the promising society standards of the decade before into a search for economic options. My long time saved 1934 $20 makes one ponder about the terrible difficulties each citizen had to face in the midst of scarcity.


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