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Is This Still Good At The Fed ? Any Scott #

 
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How many zero's in 100 trillion

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Posted 12/02/2020   4:41 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rogdcam to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Do you have access to a Scott catalog?
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The revenue specialists will be able to state when the government stopped redeeming the printed 2 cent imprint on these unused checks, which is the best you would have gotten from them. It is worth a couple of dollars now as an antique check.
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The Scott catalogue number is RN-X7. This documentary tax expired June 30, 1902 and if I remember correctly they could be redeemed for about a year after that date.
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It's not the stamp I was hoping to redeem , if the Fed has any left for the check , heh, heh
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What does "the Fed" have to do with this check from the 1898-1902 era? The Federal Reserve Bank was not created until December 1913.
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The banking house on the check is out of business
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There were scandals and stolen certificates in 1913 next to Treasury and White House .
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This item was pre Fed reserve act of Congress . The 1907 crisis was lasting in scope , and a Supreme Court decision for this bank in 1913 involved stock certificates . Thanks for helpful info .
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