Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Not All Money Are Coins

Do you have a currency note and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

I blog of found coins, out-of-pocket or given by family and a few times I've bought coins from the mint or stores. I've found coins from over 50 countries and spanning 100 years also errors and proofs(not meant for circulation), luckily I live somewhere where coins are constantly being rotated and the Federal Mint sends new coins in abundance. All that said numismatics isn't limited to coins.
numismatic
nu·mis·mat·ic (nū'mĭz-măt'ĭk, -mĭs-, nyū'-) pronunciation
adj.
1. Of or relating to coins or currency.
2. Of or relating to numismatics.
[French numismatique, from Late Latin numisma, numismat-, coin, variant of Latin nomisma, from Greek, custom, current coin, from nomizein, to have in use, from nomos, custom.]
nu'mis·mat'i·cal·ly adv.

So what does this all mean well that I've also found currency or bills that are old, rare and in error. Let's start with the most common I've found and what I get asked about the most.
It's a 1 dollar note dated 1935E, the E represents a change in the design of the 1935 bill also the year 1935 may not be when it's issued instead the year the first note was issued until a major design change. The next dollar bill year would be 1957.
Click on the bill for a huge image.
These bills from 1928-1957B are called Silver Certificates because of the the words Silver Certificate on the top and a promise written on them for an equal amount of silver upon the request of the bearer. The silver give back was discontinued in March 1964 for silver dollars and June 1968 of silver bullion.

Click on the bill for a huge image.
The date is located on the front under and left of the blue seal. These are small size notes, the same size as current notes, and are the most common old notes found in the United States.


The back is almost the same as current notes.













Here's the stats for a 1935E 1 dollar bill...
Year: Series 1935E Blue Seal
Notes Printed: 5,134,056,000
Signatures: Priest-Humphrey
Value: Very Fine=$3.00 Crisp-Uncirculated=$7.50
--(The example above is a Good example at most and may be $1.25-$2.50)

103 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Anonymous said...

I have 2 $2.00 bills serial #'s are 1. Bo6769716A
2. B22146751A
Can you tell me how much each one is worth??
How can I find this info. out without bothering you in the future?
Thank youP
Please e-mail me at yficds@msn.com

Man said...

Let me check give me a minute, it's no bother. I was just watching Six Feet Under.

Tipporary said...

Man,
Not sure if I'm doing this right but I was researching some money that I found since my father passed. I have no clue why he has all of this. One of the things is 4 uncut 1$ bills from 1995. To me they don't seem special. Serial#'s A99208789B
A99233789B
A99258789B
A99283789B
Any light you can shed on this would be appreciated. This is the beginning of all his money stash. I even have a bag of 50 pennies????

Man said...

4 uncut 1$ bills from 1995. To me they don't seem special. Serial#'s A99208789B
A99233789B
A99258789B
A99283789B


These are sold by the government for collectors. Those you listed would sell for about $15.00.
They are slightly special.

I have the same in $2.00 bills I bought a few years ago.

As for pennies unless they're from 1933 or earlier they are only worth a few cents in good condition.

Of course the better the condition the more it's worth.

Buzz said...

Hi. Happened across you blog while trying to find out something about this bill. The upper-left corner has a triangular piece that is actually part of the bill.

What would a defect like this be called. Any idea as to its worth? Thanks in advance for any info.

Irregular Dollar Bill

Man said...

The upper-left corner has a triangular piece that is actually part of the bill.

What would a defect like this be called. Any idea as to its worth? Thanks in advance for any info.


Great bill.
This is a "Cutting Error" it's a minor cutting error but has a centering mark and it's in great condition.
It's about $200.00 possibly more.

Buzz said...

Thanks so much for your quick reply. It prompted me to check on eBay for something similar. I learned they have a category for "Paper money:US > Errors" and found this bill which went for only $33.99. (The link to the ended auction is here, but being it is a completed item you'll have to sign in to see it.)

If and when I do put it up for sale I'll be sure to let you know how I made out. Thanks again for the info ... you da' "Man!"

Cheers.

Man said...

A quick point of that auction.
That $5 dollar bill was damaged, the cutting error was not sharp, it had been torn, and wrinkled.

It would grade good or less which is far from crisp-uncirculated.

Rudy said...

Hello,
I'm sorry to bother you,
I have a $1 bill serial# L20506304G
$1 # F12660132S
$1 # F58283299R
$2 # F21681522B
$2 # F13866115B
$2 # I10719902A
$20 # L84202312E
$20 # L75973780C
Coins (Pennies)
1937
1940 (scratched a lot)
1942
1943 (Steel)
1947 (S)
1948 (D)
1953 (S)
1957 (D)
1958
1959 (D)
1960 (D)
1961 (D)
1962 (D)
1963 (D)
1970 (S)
1974 (S)
Nickels:
1940
1957
1958
1962
1964
1969 (S)
1970 (D)
1979 (D) reverse: 1986 (D) (both sides show obverse)
Dimes:
1965
1968 (D)
1969 (D)
1969
Quarters:
1965
1966
1968
1776 - 1976 (Bicentenial quarter) (D)
Half Dollar:
Bicentenial (D)
Dollar:
1979 (S) (Apollo 11 commemorative)
2000 (P)
2000 (D)
Can you please e-mail me at:
*******@yahoo.com
Thank You.

Man said...

Hello,
I'm sorry to bother you,
I have a $1 bill serial# L20506304G
$1 # F12660132S
$1 # F58283299R
$2 # F21681522B
$2 # F13866115B
$2 # I10719902A
$20 # L84202312E
$20 # L75973780C

Without a year
I can't help.

Coins (Pennies)
1937 about $0.15
1940 (scratched a lot) about $0.02
1942 about $0.15
1943 (Steel) about $0.30
1947 (S) about $0.20
1948 (D) about $0.10
1953 (S) about $0.10
1957 (D) about $0.05
1958 about $0.55
1959 (D) about $0.03
1960 (D) about $0.02
1961 (D) about $0.02
1962 (D) about $0.02
1963 (D) about $0.02
1970 (S) about $0.02
1974 (S) about $0.02
Nickels:
1940 about $0.12
1957 about $0.05
1958 about $0.05
1962 about $0.05
1964 about $0.05
1969 (S) about $0.05
1970 (D) about $0.05
1979 (D) reverse: 1986 (D) (both sides show obverse) fake magician's coin no extra value
Dimes:
1965 about $0.10
1968 (D) about $0.10
1969 (D) about $0.10
1969 about $0.10
Quarters:
1965 about $0.25
1966 about $0.25
1968 about $0.25
1776 - 1976 (Bicentenial quarter) (D) about $0.25
Half Dollar:
Bicentenial (D) about $0.50
Dollar:
1979 (S) (Apollo 11 commemorative) about $1.00
2000 (P) about $1.00
2000 (D) about $1.00

Rudy said...

My bad!
Here's the info:
$1 F12660132S series 1999
$1 F58283299R series 1999
$1 L20506304C series 1993
$2 F21681522B series 1995
$2 F13866115B series 1995
$2 I10719902A series 2003
$20 L84202312E series 1993
$20 L75973780C series 1990
others just out of curiousity:
$1 L05883085F series 2006
$1 L06611933M series 2003
$1 F02931692L series 2003
$1 L23143721L series 2003A
$1 L70303452F series 2006
$1 L74405032M series 2003A
$1 B60618248E series 2006
$1 B60618247E series 2006
$1 B60618246E series 2006
$1 L08780713C series 2006
$1 L08780712C series 2006
$1 L08780711C series 2006
The last six are repetative sets of three.

Rudy said...

Hey man!
I have a question for you i have some coins from the soviet union.
are soviet union coins worth alot?
I mean in general.

Man said...

$1 F12660132S series 1999 about $1.00
$1 F58283299R series 1999 about $2.50
$1 L20506304C series 1993 about $2.50
$2 F21681522B series 1995 about $2.00
$2 F13866115B series 1995 about $2.00
$2 I10719902A series 2003 about $2.00
$20 L84202312E series 1993 about $20.00
$20 L75973780C series 1990 about $20.00

others just out of curiousity:
$1 L05883085F series 2006
$1 L06611933M series 2003
$1 F02931692L series 2003
$1 L23143721L series 2003A
$1 L70303452F series 2006
$1 L74405032M series 2003A
$1 B60618248E series 2006
$1 B60618247E series 2006
$1 B60618246E series 2006
$1 L08780713C series 2006
$1 L08780712C series 2006
$1 L08780711C series 2006

About $1.00 each

soviet union.
are soviet union coins worth alot?

On average no, they're mostly common.

Anonymous said...

I know someone with a dollar bill that was made in 1892 can you tell me how much it is worth today?

Man said...

dollar bill that was made in 1892
I don't recall any from 1892 but these older bills average about $50.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a page of uncut 1935 E dollar bills ,could you tell me their worth?

Man said...

uncut 1935 E dollar bills
About 3 times the face value in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1963A star note dollar bill serial number A10052274*
Also I have a 1988A dollar bill serial number F12781818V, only on this bill the little plate number isn't on the left hand side of the bill, and on the right there's only a little 4, then on the back instead of it being under the ONE it's next to IN GOD WE TRUST.
I can't seem to find anything about the value of these bills and i was hoping you could help.

I'm sure you'd like a picture I'm just unsure on how to put it into a comment, so i hope I gave a good enough description.

Man said...

1963A star note dollar bill serial number A10052274*
About $2.00

1988A dollar bill serial number F12781818V, only on this bill the little plate number isn't on the left hand side of the bill, and on the right there's only a little 4, then on the back instead of it being under the ONE it's next to IN GOD WE TRUST.

These are known as Web-Fed notes because a different machine was used to make them for a short time.
About $10.00

Anonymous said...

I have a one dollar bill serial number E26553811k. The last 1 is noticeably higher on the left side serial number. Thanks for any information.

Man said...

one dollar bill serial number E26553811k. The last 1 is noticeably higher on the left side serial number.

This is known as a Stuck Digit error or Partially turned digit.
It's about $15.00.

Consult with us -SCUK/Nigeria said...

Hello,
Thanks for this web site. I have series 2003, one dollar bill. The front is fine but the back has two images. The first looks like what should be there but embeded within is the image from the front - in reverse. Keep saving or give to next toll keeper :>) Thank you.

Man said...

series 2003, one dollar bill. The front is fine but the back has two images. The first looks like what should be there but embeded within is the image from the front - in reverse.

This sounds like an Offset Printing error it's about $50.00 if 100% of the front on top of the back $25 if 75% or less.

Yunger Mama said...

I am looking through my husband's coin collection from when he was a kid.

He's got two bills- a one and a five- with a note "do not use these bills" - he doesn't remember why he put that note there. Do you know if these bills have any special value?
Pictures are here:
http://picasaweb.google.com/yaelyunger/CoinCollection?authkey=Gv1sRgCNnr6sLwnpj3IQ#

Also, he's got a 1986 Centennial Statue of Liberty silver coin- is that worth anything more that its weight in silver? It says its 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver

Thanks for your help!

Man said...

two bills- a one and a five- with a note "do not use these bills"
None of these are special. They are normal and have no extra value.

1986 Centennial Statue of Liberty silver coin
This is not a coin it is probably a silver round but I don't recognize the maker. In that poor condition it doesn't matter who made the round it just has the current metal value.

I'm also suspicious of the metal it doesn't look silver, but that could just be the image.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1957 silver $1 cerificate with serial # R 77777700 A. What would the value be in ok circulated condition.

Man said...

1957 silver $1 cerificate with serial # R 77777700 A. What would the value be in ok circulated condition.

About $25.00 due to the fancy numbers.

gordon said...

1976 $2 in good condition #f00543660*

Man said...

1976 $2 in good condition #f00543660* about $20.00

Anonymous said...

I have 24 2006 one dollar bill that is a true miscut. They came directly from a BEP pack. The print alignment front and back is near perfect. The bottom of the bills is straight but the top of the bills are cut at an angle. The left side is normal white border and increases to at least double white border on the right. I appreciate any help you can give me on this.

Man said...

2006 one dollar bill that is a true miscut. They came directly from a BEP pack. The print alignment front and back is near perfect. The bottom of the bills is straight but the top of the bills are cut at an angle.

This is a very minor faulty alignment or mis-cut error it has no extra value.

Mike Richards said...

My father came back from Pearl Harbor in the 1940s with approximately 12, sequential, crisp, uncirculated dollar bills with the word " Hawaii" printed on the bills. What were these bills used for, and what is their worth?

Man said...

12, sequential, crisp, uncirculated dollar bills with the word " Hawaii" printed on the bills. What were these bills used for, and what is their worth?

They were issued during WWII in case Hawaii was lost to Japan then they could not be copied or used by the enemy.

No other US currency was allowed on Hawaii except for these special notes until the war was over.

They start at about $30.00 but it depends a lot on serial numbers.

Trelease said...

hey again, quick question, what does the number on the back of the one dollar bill under and a little to the right of the E in the big one mean? I have looked through all my ones and they all vary. 52, 50, 93, 151, 2, 56.

Man said...

what does the number on the back of the one dollar bill under and a little to the right of the E in the big one mean?

The back plate number, identifies the plate used for printing the back side of the note

Oiball said...

I have 2 consecutive series 2006 uncirculated $1.00 bills printed in San Francisco. In the reserve bank stamp the first part of "Francisco" and part of "Reserve" are not printed or inked over. Is this common, worth anything, or likely a poor forgery?

Man said...

2 consecutive series 2006 uncirculated $1.00 bills printed in San Francisco. In the reserve bank stamp the first part of "Francisco" and part of "Reserve" are not printed or inked over.

Common Insufficient Ink error it would have no extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have a $1 bill from 1963 - G71893487C
Very crisp condition. However, it has an off center cut.

From where the edge of the paper to the ink
Front
Top: 1mm
Bottom: 5mm
Left & Right: 4mm

Back
Top: 3mm
Bottom: 8mm
Left: 7mm
Right: 5mm

Just found the bill in my pocket money. Seemed odd, so I kept it. Never knowing if it was worth anything.

Man said...

$1 bill from 1963 - G71893487C
Very crisp condition. However, it has an off center cut.


About $5.00 the Off-Center you describe is very minor and does not add value, it may lower value.

Anonymous said...

Here goes nothing...US Coins-
1776-1976 Half Dollar,1979 One dollar,1977 Half Dollar,1909 Cent,1941 Cent,1944 Cent x3-(S),(D)and one with no Stamp,1957 Cent(D),1929 Cent,1958 Cent(D).
US Paper Money-
1995+1974 One Dollar(E),1995 One Dollar(K),1999 One Dollar(K)+(A),2001 One Dollar(K),2003 One Dollar(B)
Canadain Coins-
1916 One Cent,1933 One Half-Penny(Commonwealth of Australia,1943 Dime,1945 Nickle,1949 Nickle.
Canadain Paper Money-
1954-One,Five,Ten Dollar,1971 Ten Dollar...is any of this worth more than the face value? Thank you in advance,"J"

Man said...

US Coins-
1776-1976 Half Dollar just $0.50
1979 One dollar just $1.00
1977 Half Dollar just $0.50
1909 Cent about $4.00
1941 Cent about $0.05
1944 Cent x3-(S),(D)and one with no Stamp about $0.05 each
1957 Cent(D) about $0.05
1929 Cent about $0.20
1958 Cent(D) about $0.05

US Paper Money-
1995+1974 One Dollar(E),1995 One Dollar(K),1999 One Dollar(K)+(A),2001 One Dollar(K),2003 One Dollar(B)
Just $1.00 each

Canadain Coins-
1916 One Cent about $0.50
1943 Dime about $1.75
1945 Nickle about $0.10
1949 Nickle about $0.20

Australian Coin-
1933 One Half-Penny(Commonwealth of Australia) about $0.20

Canadain Paper Money-
1954-One,Five,Ten Dollar,1971 Ten Dollar
Average is just face value.

Anonymous said...

i have a $1 bill yr 2006 missing the us treasury stamp. great condition. n e idea how much its worth

Man said...

$1 bill yr 2006 missing the us treasury stamp. great condition

Partial Missing Overprint error about $150.00

GRW said...

$1 bill 2006 Atlanta, Georgia "F" and the word "BANK" is missing from the "FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF" seal. Still crisp but has a slight center wrinkle but no hard crease.
Serial F22372429M

Man said...

$1 bill 2006 Atlanta, Georgia "F" and the word "BANK" is missing from the "FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF" seal. Still crisp but has a slight center wrinkle but no hard crease.
Serial F22372429M

Slight Ink Error, about $1.00 to $5.00 but a lot depends on eye appeal.

Anonymous said...

how much is a 1934 uncirculated blue eagle one dollar bill worth

Man said...

uncirculated 1934 blue eagle stamped one dollar bill

About $60.00 I don't know what you mean by blue eagle stamped.

Anonymous said...

have a one dollar bill of 1957 serial v18310222a and a 1943 silver penny. do either one of these have value and if not will they have value in the future<

Man said...

one dollar bill of 1957 serial v18310222a about $2.50

1943 silver penny about $0.30 Zinc-plated steel

Anonymous said...

hi there,
my grandpa passed and had a stamp and money collection. there's a lot here, but not sure where to start. don't even know why he saved some of these. some look like ordinary money. some have serial numbers in red or different colors on them. one says hawaii on it. what do i look for exactly? do i just give you the serial numbers?

$1 dollar bills:
L57207778B
L23761037A
I59381231C

$2 dollar bills:
H25416402A
A20407484A

$5 dollar bills:
B42756385A
K40218736A
CL78664530B

$10 dollar bills:
L11755044B
L11755043B
L11755047B
L50418272B

$20 dollar bills:
CH78658717A
L40301153C
L40301154C
L40301155C
AL53923975K
C33137954A

$100 dollar bills:
AB14087480M
AB06443843C

also, what is the number/letter combo after serial number? like B2, L12, 12H8, 3, etc?

thanks for your help

Man said...

do i just give you the serial numbers?
--No I need the date for each serial number like 1963 or 1963A. Just add the date before each serial number listed.

also, what is the number/letter combo after serial number? like B2, L12, 12H8, 3, etc?
--That is the plate position. The plates made to print money go in a certain order this way the can print 12-18 bills at a time. The letter/numbers are needed to track each plate.

Anonymous said...

oh ok, sorry, here they are:

$1 dollar bills:
1981 L57207778B
1928A L23761037A
1935A I59381231C

$2 dollar bills:
1976 H25416402A
1953 A20407484A

$5 dollar bills:
1928 B42756385A
1934A K40218736A
2001 CL78664530B

$10 dollar bills:
1977 L11755043B
1977 L11755044B
1977 L11755047B
1934A L50418272B

$20 dollar bills:
2001 CH78658717A
1977 L40301153C
1977 L40301154C
1977 L40301155C
1996 AL53923975K
1934 C33137954A

$100 dollar bills:
1996 AB14087480M
1996 AB06443843C

Man said...

Assuming very-fine condition not crisp-uncirculated.

$1 dollar bills:
1981 L57207778B about $1.50
1928A L23761037A about $30.00
1935A I59381231C about $3.00

$2 dollar bills:
1976 H25416402A about $2.75
1953 A20407484A about $9.00

$5 dollar bills:
1928 B42756385A about $20.00
1934A K40218736A about $10.00
2001 CL78664530B about $5.00

$10 dollar bills:
1977 L11755043B about $11.00
1977 L11755044B about $11.00
1977 L11755047B about $11.00
1934A L50418272B about $11.00

$20 dollar bills:
2001 CH78658717A about $20.00
1977 L40301153C about $22.00
1977 L40301154C about $22.00
1977 L40301155C about $22.00
1996 AL53923975K about $20.00
1934 C33137954A about $25.00

$100 dollar bills:
1996 AB14087480M about $100.00
1996 AB06443843C about $100.00

one says hawaii on it.
--Which one?

Anonymous said...

the 1934A one. the other three are almost sequential and three of the 20's are. does that also make a difference?

Man said...

1934A one
If you mean the $5 1934A K40218736A that is not possible can you describe the seal color and recheck the serial number.

the other three are almost sequential and three of the 20's are. does that also make a difference?
--No unless they are near perfect, never folded, like new.

Anonymous said...

The $5 is a 1934A and the serial number is K40218736A. The serial numbers and a 5 are in blue and the seal is yellow.

The other 1934A is L50418272B and is the one that says Hawaii on it. The seal color and serial numbers are brown.

The three sequential 20 dollar bills do no have a crease in them and look new

oh and some of the bills say silver certificate on them and some say will pay to the bearer on demand. does that make a difference too

Anonymous said...

i also found another $2.

1976 G51471241A

Man said...

$5 is a 1934A and the serial number is K40218736A. The serial numbers and a 5 are in blue and the seal is yellow.
--This is a North Africa note it is about $80.00

The other 1934A is L50418272B and is the one that says Hawaii on it. The seal color and serial numbers are brown.
--This is a Hawaii note it is about $75.00

--Both the North Africa and Hawaii notes were used in WWII to stop counterfeiters in case the enemy won.

The three sequential 20 dollar bills do no have a crease in them and look new
--About $30.00 each

oh and some of the bills say silver certificate on them and some say will pay to the bearer on demand. does that make a difference too
--No, that was normal back then.

Man said...

$2 1976 G51471241A just $2.00

Anonymous said...

interesting. and does it matter if the seal is red or blue on different bills? also, some say united state federal reserve system instead of a letter and bank of - seal with a letter in the middle?

Man said...

interesting. and does it matter if the seal is red or blue on different bills? also, some say united state federal reserve system instead of a letter and bank of - seal with a letter in the middle?

Not really, serail number and bills should identify the note and the value.

Only in a few cases like the 1934-A $5 bills does the serial numbers over lap.

What does matter in rare cases is the front and back number.
For your $5 1934A K40218736A if it has a Front Plate number of 307 it is $100.00 instead of $80.00.

It gets complicated.

Anonymous said...

what is a front plate number? the only other number i can see on the front says j1410. the only other number on the back says 1267

Man said...

1410 would be the front plate number

1267 would be the back plate number

Anonymous said...

ok, thank you for all your help

Anonymous said...

1934A $10 bill...serial numbers A97518845A and A92097117A

Man said...

1934A $10 bill...serial numbers A97518845A and A92097117A

About $11.00 each

Anonymous said...

1934A $10 bill...serial numbers A97518845A and A92097117A...they are north african notes though

Man said...

1934A $10 bill...serial numbers A97518845A and A92097117A...they are north african notes though

Sorry I should have asked what is the face number and back number for each.

Anonymous said...

K153 and I129

Man said...

1934A $10 bill...
A97518845A K153 about $75.00
A92097117A I129 about $75.00

Anonymous said...

Hi man, i sent a question earlier and I don't know if i sent it right...so i'm doing it again. I have some $1 silver cert i was hoping you could give me some info and value on.
1935E- B22548606H-this one has got a cutting error/offset printing on reverse, bill cut off on right side and small part of another bill showing on left side. Also top and bottom borders are crooked.
1935C-W31682164D
1957-M50071458A
1957A-Q07873500A
1957B-U00002645A-this one is in very good cond.
1957B-V38789797A-good condition
and i have 2 1935A Hawaii cert.
S41670749C andS47951348C
Thanks

Man said...

1 silver cert
1935E- B22548606H-this one has got a cutting error/offset printing on reverse, bill cut off on right side and small part of another bill showing on left side. Also top and bottom borders are crooked.
--About $30.00 with Faulty alignment error, although they seem to be common for that year and if very minor may not be as much.

1935C-W31682164D about $3.00
1957-M50071458A about $2.50
1957A-Q07873500A about $2.50
1957B-U00002645A-this one is in very good cond. about $2.50
1957B-V38789797A-good condition about $2.50

1935A Hawaii cert.
S41670749C andS47951348C about $30.00 each

Anonymous said...

hey i have been collecting for a while with out actually knowing value just always keep star notes or old notes i come across.
$1 1923 E13394254B BIG
$1 1923 E94027498B BIG
$1 2009 A03315599 *
$1 2006 B01790112 *
$1 2006 F05440025 *
$1 2006 B01603521 *
$1 2006 K02369625 *
$1 2006 K02367857 *
$1 2003A B07116021 *
$1 1935E G40723598I SC
$1 1935A F41650963B SC
$1 1935E A45220019I SC
$1 1935E X56491352H SC
$1 1957B W59546260A SC
$1 1957A C23853470A SC
$1 1957S B03911182A SC
$1 1957 Z78779460A SC
$1 1957B U18636464A SC
$1 1957A M89131242A SC
$1 1935E N17125272H SC
$2 1976 K11521265A
$2 1976 I07656890A
$2 1995 F02336190A
$1 1957B T74135069A SC
$2 2003 I86639277A
$2 1963 A00851795A RED SEAL
$2 1976 F11802383A
$2 1976 B60515995A
$2 1976 B20105260A
$2 1976 B29839889A
$2 1976 B64830375A
$2 1976 B24107837A
$2 1976 B57881844A
$2 1976 B11196653A
$2 1976 G29963400A
$2 1976 B21815870A
$2 1976 A21055596A
$2 1976 B53140339A
$2 1976 C04872494A
$2 1976 B04825269A
$2 1976 C15745261A
$2 1976 A28623108A
$2 1928G E18757423A RED SEAL
$5 1963 A57568099A RED SEAL
$5 1969 B47671208A
$5 1981A D08044368A
$5 1995 E13622544D
$5 1977 C26985765A
$5 1995 B65916052D
$10 2004A GG00037132 *
$10 2004A GA00769583 *
$10 1934A B57109906C
$10 1969A B19609879D
$10 1974 B73964038G
$10 1977 B41957637B
$10 1981 G12527329C
$10 1985 E15436928A
$10 1981 G61330498A
$10 1995 D62131741A
$20 2006 IF04438157 *
$20 2006 IF05034792 *
$20 2004A GB04356794 *
$20 2004A GE03159579 *
$20 2009 JB01432444 *
$20 1950D B08880594D
$20 1950 C14348441A
$20 1950D E43051022C
$20 1950 E14003260A
$20 1950A G30429576B
$20 1963 F03131040A
$20 1963A E36387382A
$20 1985 B23690831F
$50 2009 JG01292956 *
$50 1996 AB06258907 *
$50 1996 AL02548683 *
$50 1969A B18521019A
$50 1981 E11808302A
$50 1990 G06298414B
$100 2006 HB00327345 *
$100 2006 HF00749463 *
$100 2001 CE01159270 *
$100 2006 HL23182059 *
$100 1963A B00711968 *
$100 1928 B00135213A
$100 1928 B00484406A
$100 1950A B05145949A
$100 1985 L18405186A
$100 1990 I19042746A
$1 2006 K01501708 *
$100 2006 HB13503059 *
$50 2004 EG01741166 *
$20 2006 IK02165395 *
$10 2004A GA02951706 *
$5 2003A FG00347568 *
$100 2003 DK00726928 *
$50 2009 JG01140973 *
$20 1963 B78004221A
$10 1990 BF18629319 *
$100 2003 DK00553214 *
$50 1996 AL00808628 *
$50 2004 EK00896057 *
$10 2003 DJ01864346 *

that is my collection, sc, is for silver certificate, i know its large but if you could tackle it and give a breakdown of values i would really appreciate it

Man said...

$1 1923 E13394254B BIG about $40.00
$1 1923 E94027498B BIG about $40.00
$1 2009 A03315599 * about $2.50
$1 2006 B01790112 * about $2.50
$1 2006 F05440025 * about $2.50
$1 2006 B01603521 * about $2.50
$1 2006 K02369625 * about $2.50
$1 2006 K02367857 * about $2.50
$1 2003A B07116021 * about $1.50
$1 1935E G40723598I SC about $3.00
$1 1935A F41650963B SC about $3.00
$1 1935E A45220019I SC about $3.00
$1 1935E X56491352H SC about $3.00
$1 1957B W59546260A SC about $2.50
$1 1957A C23853470A SC about $2.50
$1 1957A B03911182A SC about $2.50
$1 1957 Z78779460A SC about $2.50
$1 1957B U18636464A SC about $2.50
$1 1957A M89131242A SC about $2.50
$1 1935E N17125272H SC about $3.00
$2 1976 K11521265A about $2.00
$2 1976 I07656890A about $2.50
$2 1995 F02336190A about $2.00
$1 1957B T74135069A SC about $2.50
$2 2003 I86639277A about $2.00
$2 1963 A00851795A RED SEAL about $7.00
$2 1976 F11802383A about $2.00
$2 1976 B60515995A about $2.00
$2 1976 B20105260A about $2.00
$2 1976 B29839889A about $2.00
$2 1976 B64830375A about $2.00
$2 1976 B24107837A about $2.00
$2 1976 B57881844A about $2.00
$2 1976 B11196653A about $2.00
$2 1976 G29963400A about $2.00
$2 1976 B21815870A about $2.00
$2 1976 A21055596A about $2.00
$2 1976 B53140339A about $2.00
$2 1976 C04872494A about $2.00
$2 1976 B04825269A about $2.00
$2 1976 C15745261A about $2.00
$2 1976 A28623108A about $2.00
$2 1928G E18757423A RED SEAL about $15.00
$5 1963 A57568099A RED SEAL about $12.00
$5 1969 B47671208A about $5.00
$5 1981A D08044368A about $12.00
$5 1995 E13622544D about $5.00
$5 1977 C26985765A about $5.00
$5 1995 B65916052D about $5.00
$10 2004A GG00037132 * about $25.00
$10 2004A GA00769583 * about $12.00
$10 1934A B57109906C about $11.00
$10 1969A B19609879D about $10.00
$10 1974 B73964038G about $10.00
$10 1977 B41957637B about $10.00
$10 1981 G12527329C about $10.00
$10 1985 E15436928A about $10.00
$10 1981 G61330498A about $10.00
$10 1995 D62131741A about $10.00

Man said...

$20 2006 IF04438157 * about $22.00
$20 2006 IF05034792 * about $22.00
$20 2004A GB04356794 * about $22.00
$20 2004A GE03159579 * about $22.00
$20 2009 JB01432444 * about $25.00
$20 1950D B08880594D about $25.00
$20 1950 C14348441A about $22.00
$20 1950D E43051022C about $22.00
$20 1950 E14003260A about $22.00
$20 1950A G30429576B about $22.00
$20 1963 F03131040A about $30.00
$20 1963A E36387382A about $22.00
$20 1985 B23690831F about $20.00
$50 2009 JG01292956 * about $60.00
$50 1996 AB06258907 * about $60.00
$50 1996 AL02548683 * about $60.00
$50 1969A B18521019A about $60.00
$50 1981 E11808302A about $75.00
$50 1990 G06298414B about $50.00
$100 2006 HB00327345 * about $110.00
$100 2006 HF00749463 * about $125.00
$100 2001 CE01159270 * about $110.00
$100 2006 HL23182059 * about $110.00
$100 1963A B00711968 * about $130.00
$100 1928 B00135213A about $175.00
$100 1928 B00484406A about $175.00
$100 1950A B05145949A about $110.00
$100 1985 L18405186A about $105.00
$100 1990 I19042746A about $105.00
$1 2006 K01501708 * about $2.50
$100 2006 HB13503059 * about $110.00
$50 2004 EG01741166 * about $55.00
$20 2006 IK02165395 * about $25.00
$10 2004A GA02951706 * about $12.00
$5 2003A FG00347568 * about $15.00
$100 2003 DK00726928 * about $115.00
$50 2009 JG01140973 * about $60.00
$20 1963 B78004221A about $22.00
$10 1999 BF18629319 * about $12.00
$100 2003 DK00553214 * about $115.00
$50 1996 AL00808628 * about $60.00
$50 2004 EK00896057 * about $65.00
$10 2003 DJ01864346 * about $15.00

Anonymous said...

Not sure if you got my last post, sorry, I'll try again. I have a 1935F W51210550I silver certificate, slightly circulated, still crisp, autographed by Jerry Lewis, 7/13/59, Vancouver Canada. Would you possibly know the value?

Man said...

1935F W51210550I silver certificate, slightly circulated, still crisp, autographed by Jerry Lewis, 7/13/59, Vancouver Canada.

About $4.00 for the bill but if the autograph is real it may be more.

I do not know autographs so I can estimate value.

Anonymous said...

thank you! I will do some more investigating but I am sure that the autograph is authentic.

Rhino said...

Hey man. Just like everyone else I got a question 4 you I have
An offset 1 dollar bill .. series2009. L69986946H.
Looks like the front blead thru the back.. you can see George washingtons face.. etc. Worth anything?
Oh ya its been circulated but in good shape.

Man said...

An offset 1 dollar bill .. series2009. L69986946H.
Looks like the front blead thru the back.. you can see George washingtons face.. etc. Worth anything?
Oh ya its been circulated but in good shape.


If 100% Offset then it's about $75.00

Rhino said...

Thanks man... What would be 100% offset?

Man said...

What would be 100% offset?

It means the 100% of the front design can clearly be seen on the back.

It is possible that only 50% or half of the front gets transferred. Most common is less than 10% when just a corner of the front is seen on the back. These are worth less.

Search eBay for "offset transfer" and you'll see some nice examples, although they are a bit overpriced.

Rhino said...

thank you very much man. you are very informative .

Anonymous said...

i have a $1 from series 1963b also known as the barr note its in ok condition not worn or ripped but in decent shape the seal is in latin does this bill have extra value

Man said...

$1 from series 1963b also known as the barr note its in ok condition not worn or ripped but in decent shape

Just $1.00, these are common unless a star note.

Anonymous said...

HI I HAVE AN SERIES 1981 A ONE DOLLAR BILL WITH SERIAL NUMBERS AND SEAL IS STAMPED OFF TO THE LEFT. THE 12 IS ON ALL 4 CORNERS ARE OFF WITH THE LEFT BOTTOM CORNER 12 IS OVERLAPPING THE 1 PRINT. THE 12 ON BOTTOM RIGHT HAND SIDE IS STAMPED OVER THE TREASURY SIGNATURE.

Man said...

1981 A ONE DOLLAR BILL WITH SERIAL NUMBERS AND SEAL IS STAMPED OFF TO THE LEFT. THE 12 IS ON ALL 4 CORNERS ARE OFF WITH THE LEFT BOTTOM CORNER 12 IS OVERLAPPING THE 1 PRINT. THE 12 ON BOTTOM RIGHT HAND SIDE IS STAMPED OVER THE TREASURY SIGNATURE.

Misaligned Overprint about $50.00 in fine.

Anonymous said...

my 1981 dollar bill says G112 SERIAL #L 39829379 I HOPE I DESCRIBED ENOUGH DETAIL FOR MY QUESTION TO BE ANSWERED WHICH IS WHATS IT WORTH?

Man said...

1981 dollar bill says G112 SERIAL #L 39829379

Just $1.00 unless you are the one with the Misaligned Overprint then $50.00.

Anonymous said...

How much is a 1934 500 dollar bill worth? federal reserve note "L" San Francisco fair used condition.

Thanks email me at lazer1j1@yahoo.com

Man said...

1934 500 dollar bill worth? federal reserve note "L" San Francisco fair used condition

About $1,000.00

Dan Smith said...

Hi, thanks for doing this :)

I have some vintage USD left to me by my nan, so before I go and spend it all on my next visit to the US, are any of these worth keeping/worth any more than face value?

All circulated, no star notes, can post serials or any other info if there's any where it might make a difference..

$10:
1969 C
1977
1981 A
1985

$20:
1963 A
1969 A
1969 C
1974
1985

$50:
1969 C
1974
1977
1981
1985
1988

$100:
1974
1977

Cheers!
Dan

Man said...

All circulated, no star notes, can post serials or any other info if there's any where it might make a difference..

$10:
1969 C
1977
1981 A
1985

$20:
1963 A
1969 A
1969 C
1974
1985

$50:
1969 C
1974
1977
1981
1985
1988

$100:
1974
1977


None have any extra value, the serial numbers do not really matter expect for the 1974.

Some 1974 with F-A serial numbers have extra value aside from this small set the rest are just face value.

Dan Smith said...

Awesome/thanks for getting back so fast - and no such luck then, the only F-A I have in the set is a $20 1963 A.

Does'nae matter though, it's been interesting looking into all this and finding out about the different designs and variations and stuff - I'm sure I'll be keeping an eye out for old notes and star serials and such while I'm over there (actually packing my bags as we speak for a work trip), and spend them newest-first just for fun - regardless of value it's kind of cool having a nearly 50 year old banknote/I'll probably keep at least that one as just a nice thing to have :)

Also I'm sure it's well known in these circles but for those just passing through I thought this was pretty neat/hope I see one some time: http://www.wheresgeorge.com/

Dan

Man said...

...regardless of value it's kind of cool having a nearly 50 year old banknote/I'll probably keep at least that one as just a nice thing to have :)

Agreed, keeping the oldest or the highest quality is the best idea.

We are aware and fully against Where's George? and the ridiculous things they do.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2006 colorado quarter that is cooper on the front and silver on the back the weight is 4.7 any idea the worth

Man said...

2006 colorado quarter that is cooper on the front and silver on the back the weight is 4.7

Possible Missing Clad error about $200.00 in mint state.

Anonymous said...

HEY MAN...
JUST BOUGHT A PAIR OF 1995 $1 FRN "CHANGEOVER PAIR" NOTES FROM THE DISTRICT OF ST. LOUIS....BOTH NOTES ARE GRADED GEM66 PPQ BY PCGS...
1ST CONS. NOTE HAS AN "ERROR" MICRO REVERSE PLATE NUMBER 295...
2ND CONS. NOTE HAS NON-MICRO REVERSE PLATE NUMBER 275...
WAS INTERESTED IN THE VALUE OF THESE NOTES....THANKS

Man said...

1995 $1 FRN "CHANGEOVER PAIR" NOTES FROM THE DISTRICT OF ST. LOUIS....BOTH NOTES ARE GRADED GEM66 PPQ BY PCGS...
1ST CONS. NOTE HAS AN "ERROR" MICRO REVERSE PLATE NUMBER 295...
2ND CONS. NOTE HAS NON-MICRO REVERSE PLATE NUMBER 275...


About $50.00 for the pair.
Separately each would be $15 or less.

Anonymous said...

Hey man ! Hope everything is going great. I just have. A simple questionn. I have 4. One dollar bill from 1935 silver certificate and would like to get an idea on how much is worth it each one. If u can contact me i will appreciate it if u can not i still appreciate it too.
The numbers are
J02413330g---Serie1935D
X71255140i---serie 1935F
R48192205G---serie1935E
H62723493B---serie1935A

U can also contact me at (407)731-1813 Carlos

Man said...

One dollar bill...
J02413330g---Serie1935D about $3.00
X71255140i---serie1935F about $4.00
R48192205G---serie1935E about $3.00
H62723493B---serie1935A about $3.00

Rafael-Administrador said...

Hello friend, I have a note of $ 1

SERIE 1981

WITH SERIAL NUMBER C46478666A

GET ME TALK VALUE OF IT IN WAIT FICO

I AM OF BRAZIL IS A TRANSLATION BE HALF BAD EXCUSE ME

Man said...

$ 1

SERIE 1981

WITH SERIAL NUMBER C46478666A


Just $1.00 the note is common.