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Park Cities Pet Sitter’s Sheila Hornsby Finds a Vintage $1000 Bill While Walking a Client’s Dog in the Uptown Area of Dallas
Date:8/7/2014

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 07, 2014

Sheila Hornsby has worked in the Uptown area of Dallas for Park Cities Pet Sitter for nearly five years. Many of the pets she cares for reside in the high rises that dot the Oak Lawn, Turtle Creek, and McKinney Avenue streets. On the evening of Monday, July 28th, she was taking a dog from the 1900 McKinney Avenue building outside for a walk, cutting through the parking garage in the back of the building to get outside. Ms. Hornsby noticed something on the ground at the edge of the parking garage where she was walking, and initially stepped over it. As she glanced back at the item on the ground, she looked more closely and saw that what she stepped over looked like a $1000 bill, enclosed in a plastic sleeve. Ms. Hornsby picked up the plastic sleeve and examined it, feeling pretty certain it had to be a fake since she had never heard of a $1000 bill being circulated. She put the item in her back pocket with the intention of doing a little bit more investigation about it later that evening.

When Ms. Hornsby arrived home, she looked online to see if a $1000 bill had ever been issued by the federal government. She found that, indeed, there was. She learned that the U.S. government had last issued the $1000 bill back in 1945. Ms. Hornsby then took a photograph of her find and sent it to her mother, who had worked in a bank for 26 years, to see if her mother could determine if it was authentic. After her mother looked at the photo, she told Sheila that it was likely a real $1000 bill.

Once Ms. Hornsby realized that she had found an incredibly valuable, vintage $1000 bill, she said that her first thoughts were about how she would locate its rightful owner(s). “I know many people probably think that I legitimately found the
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