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What are star notes? by Marra M
US 1 dollar with star at end US 1 dollar bill Star notes are also dubbed as Replacement Notes. The US Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) screens the printed currency for printing errors before they release the notes into circulation. If there are any errors, then the misprinted notes or error notes are replaced with star notes. Star notes are indicated by the use of asterisk symbol at the ...
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