The 3rd edition of "the complete catalog of United States large size ** star ** notes from 1910-1929. This great new edition by renowned numismatist Douglas D. Murray is finally here after 11 years in the making. This comprehensive books gives you everything you need to know about large size star notes and much more. It of course has all the new updated data of added serial numbers and prices but also is jam packed with information about "mules", "errors", how pricing was done and tons of history about these great rarity's that only Doug Murray could dig up for your reading enjoyment. Just as a side notation I, Ray Alfini, did participate in this venture by doing the pricing in now "5" full grades including vg/fine, very/fine, extra/fine, about uncirculated and choice crisp uncirculated. For you that are new to the hobby one of the first questions that i've been asked is: how can you have an 1899 1.00 silver certificate eagle *star* if they didn't start making stars until 1910? Will it's quite simple. In 1910 they were still producing the 1899 1.00 silver along with lots of other notes can came previous to that year including the 1880 20.00 legal tender. Remember stars must!!! Have a hole in the middle of them as seen on the front cover. If it's solid it's not a star note. Do not be fooled by those who say star note on the 1890 treasury notes or the 1869 legal tender rainbow notes. Those stars are solid and are not replacement notes. Buy this book and you'll truly know everything there is to know about "large size stars".