SOLID LOW & FANCY SERIAL NUMBERS HAWAII AND NORTH AFRICA NOTES Legal Tender Notes Silver Certificates Federal Reserve Bank Notes Federal Reserve Notes
SOLID 4S - AB44444444U. A simply beautiful example of the first Big Head $100 note with a great serial#!! Solids are so much rarer on the high denomination notes. It shows deep embossing and very well balanced margins and appears to be a Gem65PPQ to us. The 64 grade is truly a mystery to us. Anyone collecting these desirable SOLIDS will find this note to be a superior specimen that is sure to please.
RADAR, B33000033C. A neat serial# fresh from the pack!
||Gem CU||$60||Fed Reserve||2003||$1||
RADAR, D00033000B. A top quality note with 3 zeros at each end!
RADAR, E00055000C. Pair of 5s in the middle with 0s at each end! Cool #!
||Gem CU||$60||Fed Reserve||1977A||$1||
RADAR, C00066000E. Pair of 6s in the middle, 0s at each end.
||Gem CU||$60||Fed Reserve||2001||$20||
RADAR, CB30000003D. These super radars are quite tough to find. Gem paper but centered just a bit high.
||Ch CU+||$200||Fed Reserve||2006||$1||
RADAR, F40000004Q. This beauty has 6 0s in the middle.
||Gem CU||$175||Fed Reserve||1977||$1||
RADAR, B50000005A. Great ser# note with a very light bend.
||Ch AU||$125||Fed Reserve||2003A||$5||
RADAR, FG70000007A. Super neat ser# on this big head $5. A very light bend is seen.
||Ch AU||$150||Fed Reserve||1988A||$1||
RADAR, B90000009N. A great ser# with 9s at each end and 0s in the middle. Add to that a Gem66 PPQ grade and you have a very special note.
RADAR, H10100101B. A neat ser# that is always popular.
||Gem CU||$150||Fed Reserve||1995||$1||
REPEATER, D00010001L. All 1's and 0s on this neat note.
||Gem CU||$60||Fed Reserve||1988A||$1||
REPEATER, H00040004B. Fresh and beautiful, just centered a bit high.
||Ch CU+||$40||Fed Reserve||1981||$1||
REPEATER, C00050005A. Centered a bit high but fully original.
||Ch CU+||$45||Fed Reserve||1999||$5||
REPEATER, BE00060006C. Fresh and bright with wide margins.
||Gem CU||$50||Fed Reserve||2003A||$1||
REPEATER, G00070007H. We all love 7s and 0s and this one is a beauty.
||Gem CU||$60||Fed Reserve||2003||$1||
A great pair of ser#s - a REPEATER and RADAR: E12341234B and B12344321G!! Good luck trying to match up these numbers! SOLD
||Gem CU||$200||Fed Reserve||2001||$1||
REPEATER, L43214321C. A neat note that matches up very well with the above pair!
||Gem CU||$75||Fed Reserve||1976||$2||
A group of 3 notes with fancy serial#s - K00021000A, K00023000A and K00024000A. Centering prevents a higher grade. SOLD
||Ch CU||$60||Fed Reserve||1976||$2||
Fancy serial# on this Dallas deuce - K00022222A. SOLD
||Ch CU+||$45||Fed Reserve||2003||$1||
FANCY SER#, K36000036A. A neat# with 4 0s in the center, same # at both ends. SOLD
HAWAII STAR, *87385151A. A well margined, evenly circulated note that would be a nice addition to a Hawaii set.
The AC block represents a challenge to Hawaii collectors as this is one of the 2 tougher blocks to locate. This example shows considerable wrinkling and some light soiling but the paper retains good crispness for the wear.
This SC block Hawaii note has crispy, clean paper and a couple of slightly heavier folds. Perfect for a beginning collector.
There are 3 sharper vertical folds on this crispy SC block Hawaii note.
Excellent eye appeal on this SC block Hawaii note. As expected at this grade, no folds or bends are seen but nice embossing is clearly evident!
||PCGSAU58 PPQ||$100||Silver Cert||1935A||$1||
This CC block Hawaii note has a low serial# C00002102C and comes from the only block that issued such low #s. It is fresh and bright with good eye appeal. A couple of minor rust spots at the top center lower the grade and the price.
STAR NOTE *00668438A. Fresh and bright with good color and margins.
||Ch CU+||$125||Legal Tender||1953A*||$2||
STAR NOTE, *02842452A. Deeply embossed with strong color and having a closer right margin all that prevents a higher grade.
||Ch CU+||$100||Legal Tender||1953C*||$2||
STAR NOTE, *03953285A. A pack fresh note with a bit closer top margin.
||CH CU+||$60||Legal Tender||1953C*||$2||
STAR NOTE, *03913172A. Just right for the many collectors of these popular red seal legals!
||Ch CU+||$60||Legal Tender||1963*||$2||
STAR NOTE, *00182947A. A beauty that should please even the fussiest collector!
||Gem CU||$65||Legal Tender||1963||$2||
A pack fresh run of 24 consecutive notes, A10481451A - 74A. These continue from the above listed run and are well centered and bright.
This beauty comes from the BA block and is fresh and bright.
||Gem CU||$75||Silver Cert||1928A||$1||
This fresh and nicely embossed beauty comes from the GA block. A closer top margin keeps it from a higher grade.
||Ch CU+||$70||Silver Cert||1928B*||$1||
STAR NOTE, *33909601A. The paper is very crispy but some light soiling keeps it just a tad short of a full VF grade. Still a very desirable note!
If you collects small silvers you know how tough this 28C is to find in a nice collector grade. The paper is exceptionally clean and very crispy with a dark blue overprint. A close bottom margin on the front is but a very minor factor. A beauty that you are sure to love!
This better note shows light soiling and a couple of stains but will still fit in well in a lower grade set of $1 silvers.
STAR NOTE, *70219953A. This is a very attractive, earlier star with crispy, original paper that shows just a bit of light handling.
NO MOTTO, orig pack of 50. A run of 50 fresh and beautiful notes with Gem paper quality. Every note is perfectly matched, all of them centered low on the front and just about perfect on the back.
||Ch CU||$600||Silver Cert||1935G*||$1||
NO MOTTO STAR, *18679916C. The more common of the 2 types for this series, and a real beauty!
||Gem CU||$90||Silver Cert||1934C||$5||
WIDE FACE, QA block. Deeply embossed with strong color and plenty of eye appeal.
||Ch CU||$60||Silver Cert||1934*||$10||
STAR NOTE, *00029850A, Bp235. A very small ink spot is the only impairment on this otherwise very nice, original note. SOLD
We are exceptionally pleased to have this 3 note set to offer to you - available for the first time since 1994! It is a set of $5, $10 and $20 notes from the Boston district all with matching serial# 22!! We were fortunate to have the chance to purchase these wonderful notes from the expert on this series who has owned them since the September 1994 Christie's Auction. In fact, they are in the original auction holders and have been untouched since then! In reviewing the T&P census, no other set like this exists. A review of the 1 and 2 digit serial #s shows no possible match. The $20s are the toughest with only 15 total 1 or 2 digit serial #s known! The notes are sealed in their original auction holders and show no folds, just minor handling marks at the right. They are beautiful notes destined for a great collection.
This well embossed Chicago $10 is fresh and original with Gem centering on the back. A slight shift left on the front is all that prevents a Gem grade.
Plenty of eye appeal on this lightly circulated note from the Chicago district.
A well centered beauty from Chicago with bright, crispy paper and good embossing.
A very attractive note from the Cleveland district. A light bend at the right along with minor handling are seen.
This Dallas note is the key to the $20 denomination. Our example shows even wear with some light soiling confined mainly to the back. These are very tough to find and this one offers decent eye appeal at an affordable price level.
DISTRICT SET. A beautiful set with most notes grading Gem.
We offer a district set of 12 notes from this limited issue. These are all low serial#s 1-16,000 making them even more desirable.
||Ch/Gem CU||$400||Fed Reserve||2003||$2||
B99966777A, Gem69PPQ!! While we do not endorse cutting notes like this from a sheet for the grade, nonetheless we have this note to offer to those who do chase such high grade notes.
||PCGSSGEM69PPQ||$150||Fed Reserve||1934 Mule||$5||
Dark Green Seal Minneapolis note that has a sharper center fold. It is crispy and clean with good margins.
Minneapolis STAR, I01707736*. The note is evenly circulated with a sharper center fold. It comes from a tougher district that has the lowest printing for the series, only 792,000.
Kansas City STAR, J04153728*. A sharper center fold is noted on this evenly circulated note.
San Francisco STAR, L11932295*. A fresh and well embossed note that is so close to CU with just a bit of handling seen.
||Ch AU||$75||Fed Reserve||1950D*||$10||
Chicago STAR G27458972*. Even wear and problem free.
CHICAGO DISTRICT - 3 consecutive notes from the GH block. Only 3 districts issued for this short series.
||Ch CU+||$200||Fed Reserve||1950E||$10||
CHICAGO DISTRICT - 4 consecutive notes from the tougher GI block. Very fresh and original beauties!
||Ch CU+||$300||Fed Reserve||1963A||$10||
CHICAGO DISTRICT - 10 consecutive beauties! With the strong interest and lower cost of the new $1s, these higher denoms were overlooked. With 30 cent gas these $10s represented a lot of purchasing power!
A boldly inked Richmond $20 number note, one that should be on some want lists. These are always popular and this one has crispy, clean paper and a dark green overprint. The center fold is a bit heavy but OK.
A very striking note from the better Atlanta district with deep inking and a dark green seal. The Apparent grade seems much for a very small bit of rust well hidden in the design! With a CU value of $400 in the S/L book, our number would seem fair. SOLD
||PCGSAU55 APP||$175||Fed Reserve||1950A*||$20||
Richmond STAR, E04361538*. Even wear and circulation on this star from a much tougher district.
Kansas City STAR, J02092663*. This better star note has been pressed but still looks quite good.
This eye appealing note comes from the better Atlanta district. Fresh and original, it has 2 small corner folds and a very faint center bend. A tougher and popular series.