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Re: ot: 1937 notes in sequence.

I would think that because they are older notes that they should command a better premium.

A person could split them (keep 2 or 3) and sell them again as a sequence.

However, in my experience buying and selling on eBay I found that the newer notes (1954 and up) did not really command any premium after 3 consecutive notes.

I would often buy 5 or more consecutives and then sell 2 to get some money back. For me it always worked out cheaper per note to buy more consecutives.

I hope I'm making sense here :)

Western Cattleman, 2/3/2011
CCRS member since: 5/21/2008
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