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Question by Dave
Submitted on 12/24/2003
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I would like to get as much information that I can get on the dollar bills that were produced with  Hawaii stamped on them.  preferably the ones that are of the series 1935A.

Answer by Pete
Submitted on 12/25/2003
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Hi...All the Hawaii stamped $1 Silver Certificates notes were produced between 1942-1944 with series dates of 1935A.They were printed to be shipped and used in Hawaii during World War 2 with the idea that if the islands were captured by the Japenese these notes could then be declared worthless.As far as value to collectors it depends on a few things.Certain block letters before and after serial numbers or star notes bring different preimums.Also and very important is the grade/condition of the note.If you wish you can scan your note(s) front and back and email them to me.I can come with an approximate value.
Email me at marlofan@aol.com.



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