Heritage Auction (FUN)...
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i'm bidding on some items, i watched a little bit of the Live bidding,

but it was making me want to spend money and kinda sick, so i had to stop.

 

$2,000 - $5,000 - $10,000 etc..... who has that kind of money - crazy people ??

where/who do these notes goto ?? are corportations buying these ??

two people won the $330 megamillions, i guess they were currency collectors too.

 

i can't compete with them, thats why i stopped and just try to collect what i can.

helps to stay within a resonable budget, or at least try too.

makes collecting more fun for me.

 

if i win anything, it will be posted in my PMG collection.

 

good luck to everyone, you will need it.

 

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I WON TWO NOTES IN FRIDAY'S F.U.N. AUCTION, AND TWO MORE NOTES IN MONDAYS AUCTION. ( 1 ) $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE 1928E PMG 65 EPQ.

( 2 ) $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE 1935 MULE PMG 66 EPQ N-A BLOCK. ( 3 ) $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE 1935 MULE PMG 64 EPQ R-A BLOCK. ( 4 ) $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE 1935 N-A BLOCK. HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY

 

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Recently won in the 2011 FUN Heritage Auction (online bidder)

 

F-60 Series of 1917 $2 Legal Tender, Graded: PCGS 63PPQ

Heritage cataloged this with a provenance from 'The R.D.Bradley Collection'

 

F-60_2_1917_LT_LG_PCGS_63PPQ_HA_20506_O.jpg

 

F-60_2_1917_LT_LG_PCGS_63PPQ_HA_20506_R.jpg

 

 

This note was a major upgrade to a raw piece of the same Series that I was given by my grandparents many years ago. It is also my first graded Large-size note in my collection. Here are both notes side by side:

 

F-60_Side_By_Side_RDB_v.jpg

 

 

 

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