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Guy had actually a collection of republic that Texas and also a $10 for federal government of Texas indigenous 1840"s- best known? he want $650,000, expert said something favor $6500. I know nothing ~ above this, so believed id check here? (am a understand coin guy)
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Haha, I just jumped on below to watch what human being said about this. I"m no expert either, but seriously, $650,000! ns wonder how countless notes have actually actually marketed for over half a million, allow alone the price. If it could be the ideal graded of that note, there space others. The background behind that note is awesome, but that vignette ~ above the appropriate was ugly! Was the a ship on the left side?
Sorry i missed it. I checked the listings, and also it"s going come air again top top 4/30. I have actually my DVR collection to document it. I"d choose to watch what notes they offered $6500 for.There are a couple of Republic that Texas notes through ship vignettes. Here are some:
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">And here is a federal government of Texas $10, also with a ship:
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">All of the images above are native Crutch Williams" site. (I have instances of all, however no scans handy.) none of this notes are specifically rare, also in high grade. Ns can"t wait to watch what was on the show!


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Thanks because that posting the link.The seller actually wanted a complete of $675,000
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because that his 10 notes. $25K for 9 Republic the Texas notes, to add $650K because that his single $10 federal government of Texas note.Here are screenshots of the notes ...
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">Actually, the prices the Jay, the Expert, gave were pretty much on target.It"s sad the the seller to be so off base top top his thinking. It may well be the he collection Texana, however not currency, and didn"t understand the true value of the notes as soon as he to buy them.I agree through Greg in the he"s probably buried in them. I recognize for specific that that will never ever sell them for a fraction of what he supposedly thinks they"re worth. Edit: below is a bio top top Jay Tell, the expert. Not specifically a professional on Texas currency, however he has enough of a background to value the notes pretty closely.