One of my favorites. Bought this note nearly 30 years ago when my mom was working at a coin shop in a mall.
Reverse of the 1928 $1 US Note
Bought this one on eBay for about $6 a few years back.
Has 'glue' residue on the back. Think this was pulled from a frame with a couple silver dollars.
Not sure why I saved this....just looked like a really nice note
Got in change at a Burger King (3/09) and like the serial number.
Reverse of 1928D Mule
Haven't decided where I stand on the 'pay for plastic' debate yet, but I wanted one example of a graded note and I liked the serial number on this one so I grabbed it for $15.
Nice low serial number star note
Normally don't put two of the same date in the collection, but had two of these that I thought were particularly nice.
1976 $2 reverse
Reverse of 1928C Mule.
1928C $5 Mule Star
Reverse of 1928C $5 Mule Star
This is one of the notes that started it all. My mother got this in change in the late 70's and gave it to me.
Don't know why I haven't tried to find a nicer example of this one...
Not the nicest looking note, but very rare in any grade.
Reverse of 1928C $10
If the seal were any lighter it would be invisible.
Two consecutive 1990 $10 star notes
Reverse of 1928 $20 Federal Reserve Note
Reverse of 1934C $20 Federal Reserve Note. Trees have grown and White House has a new balcony.
Nice note that I got for a little above face. Small line in lower right margin is not a tear.
Hate to end on a worn out note like this, but...it happens to be the last one.