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A PMG Mega Goof?

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Okay... I've been searching out some $10 FRNs to add to my sets. Being a good buyer, I've been doing my homework and came across something that seems to be a major mistake. According to my research:

 

The FR# for the $10 2004A Series is 2039.

The FR# for the $10 2006 Series is 2040.

The FR# for the $10 2009 Series is 2041.

 

Why, then, am I finding 2004A series notes that are labelled as FR#2041? Is this a goof on PMG's part? :makepoint:

 

Also, I'm noticing that some sets have slots for the 2009 series $10 notes, and some stop at 2006... what's the deal here? (shrug)

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I am finding more and more FR# errors on $10 notes... here is another:

 

$10 1999 FRN New York

FR# 2033-B* Withrow / Summers

S/N BB00189487* pp B FW

64 EPQ

 

Clearly the note, and the label indicate it was printed in Fort Worth... that means the correct Friedberg number should be:

 

FR# 2034-B*

 

There is no slot for a New York $10 star note from DC in the registry set.

 

I am finding these mistakes as I do my homework before purchasing, and as I learn more about the numbering systems.

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Spoke with them about it, and will be sending them in for re-holdering... it wouldn't matter if not for the fact that I can't add them to my registry sets.

 

It's all new, and a great learning experience for me... I'm enjoying myself immensely :banana:

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