Nice Richmond VA STAR note serial # seal a bit off center, think they'd get it right on a replacement note. The back is centered perfectly. C126 Face & 111 Back. 3 9's in serial number.

I used to leave feedback as soon as an item was paid but it seems once the transaction is behind the buyer they forget to go back and state the appropriate rating in the feedback forum. I get it, it's a chore and there is nothing further to be gained for the buyer. I take great pride in my handling of your items and making sure your item is as stated or better and that you get it quickly and securely. I have been doing this for better than a dozen years and maintain 5*STAR*100% Positive feedback. Believe it or not this is important to you, me, and the entire community. I meet and or exceed every category for every seller uses to determine who may display the "T** ******R"(I'm Not allowed to write it even though I deserve it more than most)  Badge, but I have a disability & though 99.9% of the time I ship the day I'm paid, there is that tiniest of chance, I can't get up that day, & I'm kind of old school that way in that I say what I mean, mean what I say, & never make a promise with less than 100% surety I can keep it. Therefore, I will leave positive feedback upon receipt of the buyers rating. I have never had a dissatisfied buyer, nor has an item I shipped ever been damaged or lost. Both and PayPal back everything I do and naturally items of extreme value are covered with proper insurance. It's just another reason I keep saying; "You're going to love it here!"

Most items I sell you cannot be matched by any other seller . Many are one of a kind, extraordinarily rare, or priced based on 20-30 year old tags. I am amazed when I left items up indefinitely they would get hundreds of views and many watchers, but not a one would take advantage of the chance to "Make An Offer," I won't be doing that anymore, it's too expensive to be nothing more than eye candy. I had necklaces for sale, that the sum of the parts exceeded the price of the item, you would think a jeweler would snap that up and turn 1 necklace into a couple of bracelets, earrings and rings for a nifty profit. Oh well, my children or theirs will benefit more than I can.

Lastly, if you see a picture in an item of some of my other inventory and would like to know more about it, just message me. I'll get back to you as soon as possible. Gob bless you and this great land of ours, and as always, ATB2U! Sincerely, j me/atb4u