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U.S. Silver Certificates Educational Silver Certificates

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posted on Aug, 17 2010 @ 07:00 PM
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I thought this was very interesting when I was watching t.v. last night so I decided to Google it. I came up with a excellent link which show part of our history here in the U.S. it explains what made this country great, and of coarse it was banned, I wonder what the motives for that were. It is my believe this is something they do not want people to see, they basically want us to forget about it. Check them out and tell me what you think. Maybe it might be time for some old bills to come back into circulation.

Link : en.wikipedia.org...

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Science presents Steam and Electricity to Commerce and Manufacture Science (center) presents Steam and Electricity (the two children) to the more mature figures of Commerce (left) and Manufacture (right). Robert Fulton, Samuel F.B. Morse
$5 Electricity as the Dominant Force in the World Electricity surrounded by other allegorical figures, representing the dominant force in the world. The United States Capitol building can be seen behind the female figures. Ulysses S. Grant, Philip Sheridan


 
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posted on Aug, 17 2010 @ 07:06 PM
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Yep, saw those on Pawn Stars last night. Very interesting indeed. Especially the "Electricity as the Dominant Force in the World". I don't think that guy should have sold them.

Need to ask my Dad if he has any of these.



posted on Aug, 17 2010 @ 07:11 PM
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Originally posted by berkeleygal
Yep, saw those on Pawn Stars last night. Very interesting indeed. Especially the "Electricity as the Dominant Force in the World". I don't think that guy should have sold them.

Need to ask my Dad if he has any of these.





posted on Aug, 17 2010 @ 07:22 PM
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Originally posted by berkeleygal
Yep, saw those on Pawn Stars last night. Very interesting indeed. Especially the "Electricity as the Dominant Force in the World". I don't think that guy should have sold them.

Need to ask my Dad if he has any of these.


One more note, if anyone has any of these notes, hold on to them they are worth thousands.



posted on Aug, 17 2010 @ 07:48 PM
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I have a couple of "red" seal and a "brown" seal silver certificates from the 10's and 20's. Nothing at all like what the guy had on pawn stars. I'd love to got hold of those back in the 60-70's.

My kids will probably inherit my moohla collection.

The "new" $2 bill that came out not too many years ago tried to imitate that artwork with the founder's meeting on the back.

The bill is a failure.



posted on Aug, 17 2010 @ 08:26 PM
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My father just showed me some silver certificates he has the other day. I wonder what their worth is today? Interesting that this came up right after he showed me them. I never knew he had any of them until now.



posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 03:17 PM
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Originally posted by hinky
I have a couple of "red" seal and a "brown" seal silver certificates from the 10's and 20's. Nothing at all like what the guy had on pawn stars. I'd love to got hold of those back in the 60-70's.

My kids will probably inherit my moohla collection.

The "new" $2 bill that came out not too many years ago tried to imitate that artwork with the founder's meeting on the back.

The bill is a failure.


I remember those $2.00 bills, I wanted to look at the back of it and found this great site, here's the link : currency.ha.com...

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The American Numismatic Association's Bebee Collection of United States paper money will be on display at the 2010 World's Fair of Money, August 10-14 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. The collection is one of most comprehensive ever assembled. There are 904 notes in the complete collection including national bank notes from virtually every state and territory; a wide selection of specimens will be on display in Boston

Some of the spectacular notes on display include a series 1880 $500 Legal Tender note, featuring a portrait of Major General Joseph King Mansfield, who was killed at the Battle of Antietam; a series 1934 $10,000 Federal Reserve featuring a portrait of Salmon P. Chase; and a series 1891 $50 Treasury note featuring a portrait of William H. Seward.


 
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posted on Aug, 18 2010 @ 03:39 PM
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Originally posted by spirit_horse
My father just showed me some silver certificates he has the other day. I wonder what their worth is today? Interesting that this came up right after he showed me them. I never knew he had any of them until now.


Maybe he also watched the Pawn Stars show the other night too, why don't you ask him?

What type of bills does he have?


Note: Hard to find.
Pawn Stars Video Link Of episode that had the Educational Silver Certificates which viewed the other night, (I believe 08-16-10) Check it out if anyone is interested.

Video Link : www.history.com...-stars-peeping-pawn

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Season 3 (16 links)

Episode 14Ace in the Hole2 links
First Aired: 2010-08-16
Description:
The Pawn Stars come across a professional gambler's tool kit from the Old West, then rare pieces of 1896 U.S. currency, and finally a Geiger counter.




Link to other great site to research the value of what your dad may have.

Link : currency.ha.com...

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ANA Bebee Collection Of Paper Money To Be Displayed At 2010 World's Fair Of Money In Boston

The American Numismatic Association's Bebee Collection of United States paper money will be on display at the 2010 World's Fair of Money, August 10-14 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. The collection is one of most comprehensive ever assembled. There are 904 notes in the complete collection including national bank notes from virtually every state and territory; a wide selection of specimens will be on display in Boston


 
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