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1 dollar star notes

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Please let me get a better understanding of this issue. I'm a new collector of notes and aways trying to learn.

Question: Lets say. I locate a place to obtain US $1 Consecutive notes. for instance (50) 2003 A - G ( CHICAGO ) in GEM UNC, bought at face value. If said notes are then STAR Notes is the value of the STAR really x 3 or x 15. I do understand the rarity of STAR note and why the STAR is used to indicate a replacement note. Is Chicago one of the sought after locations. Or maybe St Louis.?

I'm not indicating that I found a location to obtain STAR Notes. I have found a possable location of obtaining GEM UNC Consecutive $1 notes. As stated in Post " Buying Consecutive notes "

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