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Look what I got last week.
The family in front of me paid with $2 bill because their grandma gave a bunch and said go crazy spending. The cashier was nice enough to let me buy all eleven, I suspect the lac cash register space was a factor. I assured her none were special.
So if none are special why did I buy them, well it simply gave me a chance to add and upgrade. Only about five were uncirculated and three of those were types I did not own. The unwanted notes went back into circulation.
This is a COPE note as I described last week. Judging by the serial number this was the last of the Cleveland runs for this series. That does explain its crispness for this 35+ year old note. I like the fact people are still using these notes and hope it continues just for the novelty alone.
Here's the stats...
Type/Federal Bank: $2 Note- Washington D.C. / Cleveland
Date Printed: September 1976
Run: 49th from 15-49 of the D30720001A - D31630000A group
Value: $2.50 in Almost Uncirculated
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