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Post  ELECTRIC RED on Thu Sep 01, 2011 7:28 pm

Hey Markus, can you add 1950B series to the site. I have a $10 bill from that series that I got from the Bank and I would like to add to the site but the site only goes to 1963. Thanks, Jackson Stamper
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  dctim on Thu Sep 01, 2011 8:19 pm

Don't stamp and release a 50B. I'll buy it from you! I don't have that series represented in my collection.

What condition is it in?
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  ELECTRIC RED on Thu Sep 01, 2011 8:32 pm

I wasn't going to stamp it. I just wanted to enter it. Not sure if I was going to keep it or not. The condition is amazing. No fold creases, no fading, and very little wrinkling. I was actually going to take it to be appraised at a local shop.
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  ELECTRIC RED on Thu Sep 01, 2011 8:53 pm

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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  Kalisiin on Thu Sep 01, 2011 10:10 pm

Jeez, I woulda bought this one, too...but it looks like Tim has beat me to it...
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  dctim on Fri Sep 02, 2011 8:56 am

That's a nice one. Let me know if you are interested in selling.

The appraisal value (what the retailer would get) verses the wholesale value (what they will offer) could be quite different. Depending on what they say, I might be interested in offering something in-between those values.

Heck, if Markus does agree to add pre-1963 bills, I have a couple that I might enter, eventhough I would not willingly spend them.
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  Kalisiin on Fri Sep 02, 2011 3:04 pm

dctim wrote:That's a nice one. Let me know if you are interested in selling.

Heck, if Markus does agree to add pre-1963 bills, I have a couple that I might enter, eventhough I would not willingly spend them.
Or stamp them, I'll bet!!

Yeah, that IS a nice one, too bad you got dibbies on it.
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  Admin on Fri Sep 02, 2011 7:00 pm

We can add older series if you guys like, does somebody have a list of valid series per denomination?

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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  Diamondback Dave on Fri Sep 02, 2011 10:24 pm

A link to a WG user's table of info. Very useful with block letter information. Here To go to older series, click on the oldest one on the chart, look to the upper right, and you will see a link that will include all the list pretty much all the way back to the 1920's.

Also, could you add Pure Gold to the list of colors? Very Happy Thanks!

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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  Matt_How on Sat Sep 03, 2011 1:47 am

Personally I would rather it stay as it is. The 1963 series is the first series year our money became worthless as in backed by nothing. So I would just rather see it stay at that. However I will not put up a fuss if you go and add some older years just don't add them then change back to them not being there.

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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  Kalisiin on Sat Sep 03, 2011 8:19 am

Well, I'm not too sure why you'd want to ENTER a bill here if you were not going to Stamp and Spend it.

I mean...a bill like Jackson's there, I'd be keeping that sucker behind GLASS.

But, whatever.
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  ELECTRIC RED on Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:18 am

I would like to see older series added. I think it would be nice to see what series we have in are collections or find in every day transactions like I found that Hami!!
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  sends2aaron on Mon Sep 05, 2011 6:40 pm

Kalisiin wrote:Well, I'm not too sure why you'd want to ENTER a bill here if you were not going to Stamp and Spend it.

I mean...a bill like Jackson's there, I'd be keeping that sucker behind GLASS.

But, whatever.

Well then you don't enter a bill that you don't plan to spend. But if someone else wants to do so, then so be it. That is their right.
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  goldswimmerbj on Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:12 pm

I would love it if we could enter pre 1963 bills

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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  Kalisiin on Mon Sep 05, 2011 9:24 pm

sends2aaron wrote:
Kalisiin wrote:Well, I'm not too sure why you'd want to ENTER a bill here if you were not going to Stamp and Spend it.

I mean...a bill like Jackson's there, I'd be keeping that sucker behind GLASS.

But, whatever.

Well then you don't enter a bill that you don't plan to spend. But if someone else wants to do so, then so be it. That is their right.

Did I ever say otherwise??
I just asked why you would want to. Never said he shouldn't or couldn't...just asked why he would want to. And he answered sufficiently to satisfy my own curiosity.
Your two cents were not needed, desired, or asked for...and contributed nothing.
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  sends2aaron on Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:38 pm

Kalisiin wrote:
sends2aaron wrote:
Kalisiin wrote:Well, I'm not too sure why you'd want to ENTER a bill here if you were not going to Stamp and Spend it.

I mean...a bill like Jackson's there, I'd be keeping that sucker behind GLASS.

But, whatever.

Well then you don't enter a bill that you don't plan to spend. But if someone else wants to do so, then so be it. That is their right.

Did I ever say otherwise??
I just asked why you would want to. Never said he shouldn't or couldn't...just asked why he would want to. And he answered sufficiently to satisfy my own curiosity.
Your two cents were not needed, desired, or asked for...and contributed nothing.

Well you've got them (the two cents) and will continue to get them regardless. Deal with it, sir.
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  Matt_How on Tue Sep 06, 2011 1:11 am

sends2aaron wrote:
Kalisiin wrote:
sends2aaron wrote:
Kalisiin wrote:Well, I'm not too sure why you'd want to ENTER a bill here if you were not going to Stamp and Spend it.

I mean...a bill like Jackson's there, I'd be keeping that sucker behind GLASS.

But, whatever.

Well then you don't enter a bill that you don't plan to spend. But if someone else wants to do so, then so be it. That is their right.

Did I ever say otherwise??
I just asked why you would want to. Never said he shouldn't or couldn't...just asked why he would want to. And he answered sufficiently to satisfy my own curiosity.
Your two cents were not needed, desired, or asked for...and contributed nothing.

Well you've got them (the two cents) and will continue to get them regardless. Deal with it, sir.
Do you and Kalisiin know each other outside the forums or something?

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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  Kalisiin on Tue Sep 06, 2011 8:06 am

No, and thank the good Lord I don't. I'd punch the jerk in the nose if I knew him personally. I'd punch him just for being the stupid little bigot that he is. I do not tend towards violence, I'm generally a peaceful person, but this guy honestly needs and deserves a good punch in the nose.

And Aaron...nevertheless...YOU CONTRIBUTED NOTHING OF VALUE TO THE DISCUSSION...AS USUAL.
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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  TwoLiberator on Wed Sep 07, 2011 10:45 pm

Anyway, to get this back on track...

I wouldn't mind seeing SOME older series be made enterable. A circulated Federal Reserve Note from any series starting with 1934 isn't worth anything much over face unless it's completely uncirculated, or if it's a star note. I know some people from time to time can get a few dollars over face on some of those older series, but then you have to put it up for sale, ship it, etc., and that's not really worth the time for a couple dollars. Recently, I was able to receive several crappy looking $2 red seal notes during my bank runs, and I've already spent one (a 1963 series which was entered/marked at WG, but couldn't be entered here). I have some '53s I'll probably spend as well, but it sucks that I can't enter or track them, because I think they would have a good chance of being hit. Their red seals and serials make them "different" looking and that makes them noticeable.

That said, just to be able to enter bills from collections, why? All it is is another piece of data that's wasting server space. If you really want to share bills in your collection, then start a thread and post some scans...but there's no need to enter them if you don't plan on circulating them. I mean, the idea of entering bills here is to circulate and track them, not to see who has rare bills in their collection. There's other ways of doing the latter.

That's my two cents.





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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  ELECTRIC RED on Sat Sep 17, 2011 7:57 pm

Hey Tim, if you want the bill, make an offer. I took the bill to an appraiser. He said it was a beautiful bill, then noticed it has one of those pen marks to see if it is real or not. I did not even notice it until he pointed it out to me. Anyways, I circled the spot on the pic below. Let me know what you think.

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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  goldswimmerbj on Sat Sep 17, 2011 9:30 pm

I collect paper currency too (its extremely addicting) That note is beautiful for it's age. Where did you get it from?

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Re: 1950 B Series

Post  ELECTRIC RED on Sun Sep 18, 2011 6:28 am

I actually got it in circulation when I cashed my check at CP Federal Credit Union. I knew it was going to be old when I initially glanced at it, but I was shocked when I saw it was a 1950B!!!
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