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Currency Spotlight Series Of 1917 1 Legal Tender Note Red Seal Sawhorse

The Series of 1917 $1 Saw Horse is the final design of its type, and is distinctive for its red colored seal. Five variants exist in total, most of which are quite common. The signature from Burke Elliot is a key element.

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The 6 Most Important Large American Currency Notes

There are six major large American currency notes that have been used throughout the nation’s history. Knowing these bills and the differences between them will make it easier for currency enthusiasts to find the perfect notes for their collections.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Coins & Currency
2010 Platinum American Eagle Preview

The one ounce American Platinum Eagle coin was first introduced in 2010 and is absolutely stunning. It was released as part of the Preamble Series which first began in 2009 and commemorates the most important American democracy concepts. The theme for the 2010 edition is the establishment of justice, which is the second Preamble principle.

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Currency Spotlight 1929 20 First National Bank of Arlington Nebraska

The First National Bank of Arlington in Nebraska received its charter number 4583 in the year 1891. For the next thirty eight years this financial institution would go on to produce twelve different bank notes. While the name of the bank on each note is not identical, the design is similar. This $20 bill was issued for the year 1929 and has become quite rare since that time.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Coins & Currency
2013 India Gold Sovereign Coin Overview

In 2013 Queen Elizabeth II commemorated her sixty year reign, which was honored by the release of this stunning gold sovereign coin by the British Royal Mint. This coin is distinct in that a limited number of issues were made for that specific day, which are approximately 2013 units. However, the coin was so successful that a total of 15,000 coins would eventually be produced.

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by: Ben Tseytlin - on Coins & Currency
How To Manage And Exchange Leftover Currency

Those who travel overseas on a regular basis may find themselves with a growing collection of foreign coins and notes, which will often have a sentimental value. Below are some ways that you can make use of it.

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