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edited March 9, 2022 12:21PM in U.S. & World Currency Forum

Just when you thought you'd heard the last of this! However, it seems as though that four sales were not enough to dispose of my FRN consignment to Stacks. There are 84 more lots (some with multiple notes) to be auctioned in Stacks March 23, 2022 Collector's Choice Sale. Sale begins at 9:00 am PST. Here is the link: https://auctions.stacksbowers.com/auctions/3-VK1SQ/the-march-2022-collectors-choice-online-auction-us-currency-featuring-the-gnat-laguna-coast-registry-and-rarity-collection-part-5-91001-91352

There is a large variety of Federal Reserve Notes in all price ranges. There are dozens of Top Pop and High grade $5, $10 and $20, and a plethora of Radar & Repeater Stars, Radar, Super Radar, Repeater, Super Repeater and even a Binary Super Radar in $1, $2, $5, $10, $20 and $100. Rare early star notes and a $10 San Francisco 1934B to 1934A Reverse Change Over Pair are also being sold. These notes were collected of several decades and present a unique opportunity for collectors.

Don't overlook some of the group lots that feature Top Pop and fancy serial numbers.

A number of true FRN rarities and Top Pop rarities are also included, including one of two known 1934 $10 Richmond Mules (the other is held in a long term collection), a Unique 1934A St.L. $20 204 Late Finished Back plate 204 - the only example raw or graded known. The finest known $20 1934 San Francisco Mule Star is also included in this sale.

Here are some images of a few of the notes.


  • Just a bump for the auction which begins in 7 days, March 23 at 9:00 am PST.

    Why wait until some of these notes get scooped up and then offered on eBay for much more?

  • Live Auction begins at 9:00 am Pacific Standard TIme tomorrow.

    This will be the final Stacks sale of my FRNs for the foreseeable future.

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