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$20 FRBN star - Minneapolis - should I buy it ??

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Fr. 1890-I* (star) 1929 $100 Brown Jones Woods

$20 FRBN star - Minneapolis

 

- How many are in the census ?

 

PMG Total Graded 1 , only one graded at PMG-20

CGA did not have any 1890-I* stars listed

PCGS, i donot have access to that information.

 

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This note is a Federal Reserve Bank note, not national currency or a national bank note. Circumstances of their circulation in 1932-33 caused them to be overprinted on unserialed national note sheet stock, hence the similarity, but the mechanics of their issue were completely different.

 

There exist numerous private censi on FRBNs, much more reliable than TPG population reports. You can get more information from members of the PCGS boards.

 

I do agree that you should stay clear of problem notes.

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for reference:

http://www.jhonecash.com/currency_census/frbn_stars/'>http://www.jhonecash.com/currency_census/frbn_stars/

 

for $30 you can purchase from jhonecash

http://www.jhonecash.com/currency_census/

 

You must purchase a key to unlock the file for use

 

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The full booklet has a lot of additional useful information on the 1929 FRBN Star Notes and is also available for shipment on the same date. Included is the booklet is fun and interesting facts along with statistics on all the denominations and districts. There is also a section with photos about some of the known counterfeits. All photos of all districts and denominations is included. 2010 Issue IV

 

Buy the 2010 1929 FRBN Census booklet

$30.00 (includes shipping)

 

 

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The 2007 version of Jhon E Cash Census states 18 known. If you supply the serial number, I will let you know if it is this census or not, and if so the grade noted.

 

 

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