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Found at Bank: Series of 1929

So, during my daily routine of bringing in a bundle of $1 bills to exchange for more $1 bills (to look for older bills and/or star notes), the teller asked if I was interested in these: a 1929 $10 and 1929 $100. So, of course, I said yes! I guess the $10 one came in thru the drive-thru earlier today and the teller had the $100 in her drawer - both exchanged at face value. I'm trying to figure out if these are Type 1 or Type 2. Also, why are there 'blocked' out sections near the signatures?

J.A. Collection

J.A. Collection

$1 Bill Collection

This is my first official currency collection... I took a little break from collecting coins and when the collecting itch came back, I decided I wanted to start a currency collection. When I collect, I am not looking for graded coins or currency. I am very interested in history, so it bring me joy to actually hold and feel currency from our past. Seeing it in plastic does not get me excited. Anyway, for my first collection, I was wanted to collect at least one bill from each of the series (1

J.A. Collection

J.A. Collection

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