The famed Barr notes are a series of U.S. bills printed during the time Joseph W. Barr was Secretary of the Treasury from December 21, 1968 to January 20, 1969.
At the end this note proved how speculators can hype a collectable but after years the market does correct any initial overvaluation. Also despite the estimate of a circulation life between 21-36 months there are still a good number being used.
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Type/Federal Bank: $1 Note - D.C. / Richmond
Printed: January 1969 - November 1969
Run: 75th of 51-157 run from E47360001F - E48000000F
Value: $1.00 in VF
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