BEP ADDING MORE STAR NOTES - ONE RUN ONLY 3,200,000
In checking the last updated www.uspapermoney.info website on May 15th shows that only one run of Washington DC Boston A-star notes, so-called 80,000 this may be part of the November 2015 runs of 3,200,000 notes and only reported in April monthly update. It always best to check the updated printing reports on BEP website. As to the price only time will tell. I will be checking with my local Bank of America for new notes.
As-noted in us paper money update, Run #1 of Boston A1 star notes was also never reported by the BEP, but notes from this run have likewise been observed. The length of this run is greater than 2.5 million notes, so it was likely a full run.
Also the following notes have been printed, from Washington DC are FR #3002-A*, C, E, E* and the Fort Worth are FR #3001-G* and L* star notes, they are all listed in the April report.
We all get lucky from time to time, with new notes.
Take a look at this Set Type - $1 Federal Reserve Notes - District Set with Stars and Varieties, the scoring of 2013 series were updated in May.
Update on June 14, 2016 - I just pick up four of the new 2013 series G star notes, they will go in to PMG on this month for grading.
Update on Aug 8, 2016 - The 2013 A star (DC) are available, I just order three notes.
Update on September 24, 2016 - Added photos of the A and G Star notes. All in PMG for greading at this time.
Updated on October 12, 2016 - Just got them back graded as PMG-66E and PMG-65E.
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