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Subject: dollar-notes
Category: Business and Money
Asked by: steff25-ga
List Price: $200.00
Posted: 30 May 2006 01:08 PDT
Expires: 29 Jun 2006 01:08 PDT
Question ID: 733548
Im looking for 50 one-dollar-notes, which are signed by Mr. Robert E
Rubin. These notes have been printed in the end of the 90ies. Moreover
these notes are still on circulation! Please help me to find those

Request for Question Clarification by politicalguru-ga on 30 May 2006 02:01 PDT
Dear Steff, 

A couple of questions, if you don't mind: 
- Do you mean the actual signature (autograph) or just his sognature
as it appears on any note printed in this period?
- Or any other "rare" feature? 

In other words, could you please explain your difficulty?

Request for Question Clarification by politicalguru-ga on 30 May 2006 02:08 PDT
Apologise for the sognature instead of signature before. 

In any case: for example, I've found a site selling notes described as: 
"$50 1996 Kansas City.  Withrow-Rubin. ***Star*** note. Superb Gem CU.
Only 4 districts issued stars.   $110"
"$50 1996 New York.  Withrow-Rubin. ***Star*** note. Gem Crisp
Uncirculated.  $110"

Would that interest you as an answer?

Clarification of Question by steff25-ga on 31 May 2006 01:00 PDT
I`m looking for 50 single 1-dollar notes with the signature of
Mr.Robert E. Rubin. Those notes are printed around 1996-1998 and are
still in circulation. I need 50 pieces of real one-dollar banknotes
with this signature!

I`m offering 200$, if i should get 50 pieces of one-dollar bills with
the signature of Mr. Robert E. Rubin.
Subject: Re: dollar-notes
Answered By: leapinglizard-ga on 31 May 2006 03:22 PDT
Dear steff25,

One-dollar U.S. bank notes from 1995 feature the signature of Robert

    On a related theme, second Vice President Ken Swab announced
    that the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) will sell 1995
    series $1 (Treasury Secretary Rubin) notes in uncut sheets until
    they run out.

Montgomery County Coin Club: February 2000 Bulletin

These notes are available from online auction sites, such as those of
eBay and Yahoo, in both cut and uncut forms. The uncut dollar bills are
legal tender. You may cut them yourself, or leave them uncut.

    Q. Are the uncut sheets of currency notes real money?

    A. Yes. The notes are genuine legal currency printed by the
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing (Bureau).

United States Department of the Treasury: Bureau of Engraving and
Printing: Common Questions

At the time I write this, I see valid eBay auctions for a total of 32
uncut one-dollar bills.

eBay: sheet of 16 $1 bills

eBay: sheet of 4 $1 bills

eBay: sheet of 4 $1 bills

eBay: sheet of 4 $1 bills

eBay: sheet of 4 $1 bills

I also see live eBay and Yahoo auctions for 42 cut one-dollar bills,
making a grand total of 74 cut and uncut notes. You can easily assemble
a collection of 50 from a subset of these auctions.

eBay: 11 $1 bills

Yahoo Auctions: 1 $1 bill

Yahoo Auctions: 2 $1 bills

Yahoo Auctions: 2 $1 bills

Yahoo Auctions: 6 $1 bills

Yahoo Auctions: 2 $1 bills

Yahoo Auctions: 4 $1 bills

Yahoo Auctions: 1 $1 bill

Yahoo Auctions: 5 $1 bills

Yahoo Auctions: 1 $1 bill

Yahoo Auctions: 1 $1 bill

Yahoo Auctions: 6 $1 bills

It has been an interesting challenge to work on your question. If you
have any concerns about the accuracy or completeness of my research,
please advise me through a Clarification Request and allow me the
opportunity to fully meet your needs before you rate this answer.



Search strategy:

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