THIS IS THE TIME TO ADD SMALL SIZE FEDERAL REVSERVE NOTES SET TYPE TO YOUR COLLECTION
As notes earlier, this is the best time to add SSFRN to your collection. As of this October, BEP has added more small size notes from both Washington DC and Fort Worth facility, for all denominations. Here is the listed of Small Size One Dollar notes only, that were printed by BEP from the Fort Worth or the Western Currency Facility, here are the districts A1, C3, D4, E5, F6, G7, H8, I9, J10, K11 and L12 along with the following stars notes G7, K11, and L12. The notes coming from the Washington DC or Eastern Currency Facility, there are only two district that are printed the A1, B2, F6 along with the following star notes B2 and F6.
Take a look at this Set Type $1 Federal Reserve Note - District Set with Stars and Varieties, you will see the change as PMG updated this set, of the 614 notes within this set 571 were submitted to PMG for grading by me, only 43 notes were submitted by other for grading. Also take a look at the Regular Issue Set that is 100% complete. I have just added the new 2013 Fr #3002-B in a PMG-67E and 2013 Fr #3002-B star and new 2013 Fr #3001-L in a PMG-66E. I have also added new 2013 one twenty and two fifty dollars notes, all three are from my local Bank of America.
Updated on October 23, 2015 - Over the last two months I have add more than 54 notes to my one dollar sets, this cover most of the 2009 and 2013 series notes. You will see the sets change as the new notes come available.
Update on November 17, 2015 - Just added the new 2013 Fort Worth Fr #3001-L Star note (this one is from B of A and came back as PMG-45E, it will be replace with three new from one of my currency dealer they should come back as 66 or better, and a 1985 FR 1913-Em with 129 back plate error.
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