Bush Bush Numismatics's Blog

13 Aug 2018

Gift of a star note

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Every year for Christmas our Great Grandpa hands us a ten dollar bill. Well this last year he gave us a ten dollar bill and a two dollar bill. It was so cool so I just kept looking at it. Then, my brother took a look at it and compared it to his. The only difference was mine was a star note! My brother got very jealous of the gift I received, so he tried to buy it off of me with candy and toys. When I got home that night to look to see how much my star note was worth. My particular note was worth forty dollars! And now I have a very valuable star note but I didn’t have holder for it. Now I am a coin collector but I don’t have very many paper money holders so I asked my brother for a holder, and he told me because I didn’t give him the star note he wasn’t going to give me one of his many extra holders to keep it safe. So then he put it with the rest of his notes. But finally I got my own folder so now my star note two dollar bill that my great grandpa gave me on the afternoon of Christmas Day lays in a binder of coins in its folder in a box under my dresser safe and sound and protected from the harsh environment of the outside world.

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