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Subject: Re: Series EE Redemption Value Date: 11/19/1999 1:37 PM
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I don't have an answer for you but I do know that Banks have made mistakes when cashing Bonds. They might read the Issuing Agents Dating Stamp on the Bond instead of the Issue Date that is above it. That almost happened to me as I was getting Bonds through Payroll deduction and they were always mailed later than the month they were for, January issue date, February Stamp.

http://www.savingsbonds.gov/sav/savvalue.htm

The above is the link to get the Savings Bond Wizard. It will tell you how much any bond you have is currently worth up to Feb 2000(?) After that you can download a new file with updated interest rates.
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