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Small Size Notes-1928 to Present

After 68 years of prosperity, our large size currency felt the impact of modern times. So the large size US curency note came to an end due to the economics of the times. Tons of ink and paper were required to produce our currency to an ever expanding economy. The currency needed to fulfill this new demand was astronomical. The government realized that many millions of dollars could be saved if our currency was reduced in size. This was the direction the US Government took as on July 10, 1929 the first of the new small sized notes were placed into general circulation.

The new small sized notes were reduced in size from 7.42 inches by 3.13 inches to 6.14 inches ,X 2.61 inches. This cost cutting measures saved the government millions of dollars in ink and paper annually.

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Fr.-2300 1935-A $1 Hawaii Silver Certificate Ser. S51533220C Raw
This is areal nice note for the price....
Added: 7/19/2010 Views: 3749 Price: $55.00

Fr.-2303 1934-A $10 San Francisco - Hawaii Ser. L12524008B Raw
This 1934 #10 Hawaii note is definately priced to sell....
Added: 7/19/2010 Views: 3885 Price: $70.00

Fr.-2305L* 1934A $20 San Fran. (Hawaii Star) Ser. # L00861525* PMG VF-20
Here is a 1934A $20 Hawaii Star note. I purchased this note Back in 2005 and forgot I had it. It is a solid PMG VF-20 note with a few pinholes on the left side toward the bottom. Check the scans for a better view. I know the 1934A series are very rare and...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 3968 Price: $2,550.00

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