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Fr.-2210* 1928 $1,000 FRN New York Star (2 known) Ser. # B00000068* PMG VF-30EPQ



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Here is another rare 1928 $1,000 Star note. I own two of the 14 known 1928 $1,000* star notes. This is from the New York District. There are two known the other one is serial number B00000111*. It is F/VF and it sold for $52,000 in January 2006. It had issues. It will never bee seen again. This note has the EPQ notation which means it is 100% original, never messed with as is most of these rare star notes. This note currently resides in the Jhon E Cash Star Collection. This note is also the second lowest serial number star known of all 14 1928 $1,000 star notes. A 1928 $1,000 Star from the New York district just sold at the FUN show in Orlando on 1/12/2013 for $76,875 in a PCGS-63 holder. These 1928 $1000 stars are very rare and highly desirable by collectors. They only show up every year or so. If you would like further information on this note you can call Jhon at 214-769-9936 or email me at jhon@jhonecash.com.

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