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$100 Star Note 2009 Series: Boy Scout - JFK Serial Number 2 Date Serial#

 
 
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FEEDBACK & POSSIBLE VALUE PLEASE

$100 STAR NOTE 2009 SERIES: Boy Scout - JFK serial number (JFK Boy Scout note). This note is interesting due the serial number 19102661.

The year 1910: In February of 1910, the Boy Scout Association was founded.
2/6/61 (February 6th 1961) JFK was President. JFK was the first Boy Scout to become president.

Note: This note has a very small rip on the side (Left side Obverse).



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Neat Note!
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OK.
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I could be wrong, but I don't think there's any premium here, especially with the tear. But I'm always learning!
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So it being a star note doesn't help at all :)?
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So it being a star note doesn't help at all :)?


No. Modern stars, with very few exceptions, are only collectible in choice uncirculated grades.
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Sad but so true.



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Personally and respectfully, the information about the serial number doesn't seem significant enough to offset the condition, Star note or not, to consider keeping the note as a numismatic investment. Unless exceedingly rare, collectible $100 notes are typically AU or better and without distractions and flaws.
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Note collectors are tough,and they know what to like(save) and what to spend
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Okay Thanks,
Steve, so what you are saying is; if it's a Star Note it not only has to be in Great shape but also be a Rare note right? Other than that, it's a spender right?
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Modern star notes are theoretically available at face value. You just have to be at the right place at the right time.

Most modern star note collectors are collecting $1's, $2's, $5's and $10's. Higher denominations, especially $100's have a much smaller collector base, and therefore less demand. You don't get $100's in change. You get $100 notes from bank withdrawals, cash payments, and in my children's case, as gifts. It's hard to justify collecting $100's, so they have to be in great condition.
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