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    The FIRST 2$ bill ever

    http://cgi.ebay.com/AMERICAS-FIRST-2...A11%7C294%3A50

    Wow. I found this looking for the most expensive auctions on ebay, this would be cool to own.

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    Its supposed to be "ever", someone please change that, geez lol.

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    cool. the oldest bill that i even keep is a 1935 dollar. in great shape too

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    psh he wants a million for it. It's only worth $2 lol
    Collecting GU/Patches/Autos: Dodgers, UCLA, Lakers, Falcons

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesRey View Post
    psh he wants a million for it. It's only worth $2 lol
    haha true

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    I actually collect both coins and paper currency and this guy is well known. He puts a handful of really high end notes online every now and again for crazy prices just for advertising. Granted, this is probably a $75K note...it's not worth a million.

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    someone offer him $2 and tell him your offering it is beacuse it really what its worth ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 24redsfan View Post
    someone offer him $2 and tell him your offering it is beacuse it really what its worth ;)
    haha...that would be sort of like offering you a chunk of a cardboard pizza box for your favorite sportscard. I mean, it's just a piece of cardboard right? All the same.

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    i offered two bucks, it was auto declined... no suspense or anything

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    Heck, you'll only really be paying $999,800 if you BIN it. $200 in eBay bucks is totally worth it...lol

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