Friday, December 09, 2005

10 Dollar Star Note

Do you have currency 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 did not start collecting notes/paper currency until even after I had some two dollar bills. I used the two dollar bills to buy stuff and years later when I started collecting again I vowed to find more two dollar bills.

Eventually I found the two dollar bills from many years and expanded my notes to old dollars and also star notes.

Star notes are replacement bills used by the government when regular issues are defective. They are rarer then regular notes.

I got this 10 dollar from my change. It is near perfect.



Notice the star at the end of the serial number.

Here's the stats for this $10 bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $10 Star Note / Richmond
Serial Number Span: BE-* BE03 840 000*
Year: 1999
Printings: 675,200
Value: CU(crisp uncirculated) $60.00

Finding star notes is not difficult but most people just pass them on and not all of the worth so much.

Do you have currency 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.

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

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Anonymous said...

I have a 1945 penny. On the back it says ONE CENT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA? How much is it worth? Thank you.

Man said...

1945 penny value It’s very common and worth $0.02-$0.10. Sorry.

Anonymous said...

Hi, how can you tell a 1912-S Nickel from a 1912-D Nickel???

Thanks.

Man said...

The mintmark on a 1912 nickel is located on the reverse of the coin.

At the bottom locate the word CENTS to the left is a dot, underneath the dot is the mintmark.

It will be a D, S or blank for Philadelphia.

I'll post a picture on my blog for you.

Anonymous said...

Help! I have a 1978 25th Anniversary of the Coronation, $250 proof gold coin from Jamaica in its original holder, box, with paperwork (mintage 25,000) and would like to know what it is worth.
Thank You

Man said...

The book value as of last year was $600 but there is 1.2507 oz of gold in that coin. Gold is at $640 per oz.
So it would be about $800 some debate how many coins were minted the book says 3,005 but some say 25,000.

Either way great coin.

Patricia said...

I work at a bank and found 2 brand new never used $5 bills one serial number after the next (ending in 521 and 522) star notes. I also have a $100 bill that looks like it was used maybe 1 time. It has a slight fold in the middle. How much might they be worth?!

p.s.
Do you know much about coins?
Working at the bank I see tons of coin going in and out and I always keep the really old ones like the $1 coins from 1923 and 1/2 dollars from around 1940's. I have quarters made out of silver really old dimes..... My list goes on.

Patricia said...

I forgot to add that the $5 bills were printed in 2003 and the $100 was printed in 1996.

Man said...

$5 2003 star notes depends on serial numbers, I need the full number to get the value but it's $35.00 to $75.00.

$100 1996 with fold is just $100.

I know a lot about coins plus have all the books about coins, plus I know old coin dealers.

1923 dollar is $12.00 in very fine.
1940s half are $6.00 in very fine.
Silver coins are always good and they start at 10 times face value if the year is special or the grade is high they can go for hundreds.

Feel free to look over my site and post all the question you want.

Patricia said...

Oh my gosh! Thank you so much!
Well my 2003 $5 bill serial numbers are DL 03338571* and DL 03338572*. I hope that helps.
Ive looked up a coin dealer near me here in Houston and Im going to take what I have and see if they will give me any extra for it than the face value.

Patricia said...

Hi, me again. My friends make fun of me because Im 22 and I collect old coins and watch I Love Lucy every day... Anywho, I had to ask,
I have a 1967 dime that looks like it might be slightly off center. When I compare it to a regular dime it has what looks like a thicker silver rim on the left uper side of it and its thiner twards the bottom right side of it. I might have to take it to a dealer to be sure.

Plus I have a 1976 $1 coin that is a 1776-1976 bicentennial dollar coin. It has what looks like a D under the neck but inside the D is filled in like if the nickle stuff or whatever they make them with smugged or something. (I might have to take this to a dealer also.) But do you think you can give me a guess as to how much it might cost?
Thanks!

Man said...

2003 $5 bill serial numbers are
DL 03338571*, DL 03338572* those are $35.00.

Dealers take anywhere from 10-50% off the book value.

1967 dime slightly off center is only a few cents over a regular it has to be 20% off center or more.
Here is what a 15% off-center quarter looks like. LINK.

1976-D $1 1776-1976 coin
D stands for Denver.
D is filled does not bring much more then the $2.00 value.

Patricia said...

Today at work this old man came in and deposited $200. All in $50 bills. 3 of the bills were from 1934. I got to keep one of them.
They were in such good condition that we thought they were fake. But we showed them to our manager and everyone took at look at them, they were real. It looks as if it were never used before. The one I have is so crisp but its so old.
Ok the year again was 1934 and ther number on it is
J00296051A. Would this be worth anything?

Also I found a new 2003 $10 bill with a star on it. The bill its self was printed to far up twards the edge of the paper. There is to much empty room at the bottom of the bill. It also looks like its never been used.
The number on it is,
DJ00972015*

Man said...

$50 1934 J00296051A
in very-fine $85.00
in crisp uncirculated $400.00

I was just looking at one on eBay for $99.99 that was ugly too many folds. Here's the LINK>


2003 $10 star note off-set printing
DJ00972015* unless part of the picture is off-set then it doesn't add much value. It about $75.00 in crisp.

Patricia said...

WOW! $400!! wow...

I just looked at the link that you showed for the e bay 50. Mine looks NOTHING like that! That one looks all used. Mine looks like if this man might have had it in a book or something all theses years. I have no idea where it came from looking so nice. There isnt a fold on it!



I also wanted to ask about a $100 bill from 1950 or 1969. Would it be worth anything?
I have one from 1969 B18631053A.


And one more question, sorry, when a serial number is "low" how low does it have to be to give bill more than facec vaule?

Man said...

Cute picture, nice couple.

"WOW! $400!!"
Yeah that is what they sell for in crisp but a dealer will buy it for less.


$100 1950 bill
most are worth $120.00 in very fine the star notes are worth $200.00 in very fine, these are more common, most collectors want the perfect examples. In crisp the values double for egular and is 5 times more for star notes.
1969 B18631053A just $100.00. In crisp it gains just a little more.


And one more question, sorry, when a serial number is "low" how low does it have to be to give bill more than face vaule?

The lower the serial number the better.
I'll post exactly how the book judges the value, her's the LINK>

Patricia said...

Thanks but we are not a couple. That is my friend that I hardly get to see. But thanks.

And thanks for the help! =-)

Man said...

No problem.

Tell your friends to stop on by and take a look.

If you ever decide to sell your collection on eBay drop a link. I've got Paypal and I'm not afraid to use it.

Here is a good coin/currency forum that is mostly dealers but I'm in there too. They also can answer most questions.
Collectors Universe
It's free to join and they have tons of pictures of modern notes in the currency forum.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950A ten dollar bill, Serial # B 86175345 D it also has the number 1577 in the lower right hand corner on the back of it. I was wondering if you would be able to tell me if it is worth more than $10

Man said...

1950A ten dollar bill, Serial # B 86175345 D

About $12.00 in very fine this is very common.

Tawanna said...

I have a 1950A ten doller bill,
Serial #B 31625135 D lower right corner has P276 in the front the back has 1514 in right corner.
I was wondering if you knew how much its worth?

Man said...

1950A ten doller bill, Serial #B 31625135 D

About $12.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 10 dollar star note # GA02775747* and was wondering what it is worth?
Also a 1952 D half dollar?

Man said...

10 dollar star note # GA02775747* about $12.50
1952 D half dollar about $7.50

Anonymous said...

hi i have a ten dollar star note in very fine condition 2004/a GA02955858 us can tell anyting about it thank you

Man said...

ten dollar star note in very fine condition 2004/a GA02955858

It is a very common star note with 3,200,000 made.
It's about $12.50.

Anonymous said...

hello i have error note i think it is a 1976 two dollar bill with lefthand border missing on front only /H15863104A borders equal on back

Man said...

1976 two dollar bill with lefthand border missing on front only /H15863104A borders equal on back

Sounds like a minor faulty alignment error, no extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 ten dollar bill and when i went to spend it failed the pen test in a gas station after looking at it closer it is kinda wild looking i think it is worth a bunch

Man said...

1950 ten dollar bill and when i went to spend it failed the pen test

It is either a fake worth nothing or just very old and worn worth about $11.00 or more depending on serial number.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1974 one dollar bill (C00635876A) with an off center seal, serial number and missing top/right border on one side. The other side is fine. Your input would be greatly appreciated!

Man said...

1974 one dollar bill (C00635876A) with an off center seal, serial number and missing top/right border on one side. The other side is fine

This sound like a faulty alignment error but a very minor one.

Unless you see a bit of another bill it has no extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2004A ten dollar star note SN: GL10792775* In Un-Circ condition, it is perfectly framed , and matched in the front and back, without the star it's still the nicest new ten i've ever seen.
Also have a $1 Star, 2006 from Kansas City, SN: J00030608*, it's almost perfect except for a small corner fold.
Also, I have (2) $20 star notes, SN's: EC00011378*,EJ00096053*, both are a little beat up but aside from a hard fold in the middle, there nice and crispy.
The last one is (2) $1 Star notes that are a little beat up but crispy, but are silver Certificates SN's: *27873921C / *76449995A
Was wondering what these are worth, keep getting a hughe span of values online, and in stores in my area.....THANKS!

Man said...

I give the lowest possible value and many people who later sell on eBay get 5 - 10 times my estimate.
These value are the least you should ever get for these bills.

2004A ten dollar star note SN: GL10792775* In Un-Circ condition...
About $40.00

$1 Star, 2006 from Kansas City, SN: J00030608*... small corner fold.
About $2.00

$20 star notes, both are a little beat up but aside from a hard fold in the middle, there nice and crispy.
EC00011378* about $25.00 possibly more as this one is a birthday note 01/13/78
EJ00096053* about $25.00

$1 Star notes that are a little beat up but crispy, but are silver Certificates SN's: *27873921C / *76449995A
What year?

Anonymous said...

the years for the $1 star silver cert's are *278, 1957, *764 1957A...also I have around 5 more some are 1957's 1957A's and 1957B's...but there not in very good condition (i'd say very good)I also just took the TEN out of the sleeve I put it in and noticed the black seal, the L12, the top SN and some of the black printing on the bottom of the bill have bleed through to the back a bit, not super clear but enough that you can see exactly what is on the other side....also, just got a couple bills from a relative tonight-1957 silver cert. in uncirc condition-J29100409A (really nice blue printing, very dark, best I have); A 1953A $5 silver cert.-D89345788A (couple folds, not super crisp but nice) ; and a 1963 $2 with red printing & funny back - A 12683490 A (perfect except for 1 center fold, and the ink is so dark you can see the opposite side when it's sitting on a table!) and a perfect $2 1976 SN: D 01233477 A....... thanks again!

Man said...

$1 star silver cert's are
*278...C 1957 about $4.00
*764...A 1957A about $4.00

1957's 1957A's and 1957B's...but there not in very good condition
About $2.50 each.

TEN out of the sleeve I put it in and noticed the black seal, the L12, the top SN and some of the black printing on the bottom of the bill have bleed through to the back a bit, not super clear but enough that you can see exactly what is on the other side....
Minor Offset error, no extra value.

1957 silver cert. in uncirc condition-J29100409A (really nice blue printing, very dark, best I have)
About $15.00

1953A $5 silver cert.-D89345788A (couple folds, not super crisp but nice)
About $10.00

1963 $2 with red printing & funny back - A 12683490 A (perfect except for 1 center fold, and the ink is so dark you can see the opposite side when it's sitting on a table!)
About $7.00

perfect $2 1976 SN: D 01233477 A
About $7.00

Sue said...

I have a 1950 B $10 Serial # E07444033 (star) From M416 Back 1692. It has folds but no tears.

Sue said...

*I meant FRONT, not from. Sorry

Man said...

1950 B $10 Serial # E07444033 (star) about $15.00 because of the condition.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1934 ten dollar star note #I-00101996. It's in (I think) good condition. Got an idea as to it's rarity and value?

Man said...

1934 ten dollar star note #I-00101996. It's in (I think) good condition

About $125.00

Man said...

Oh it is not that rare, but I would say it's uncommon.

Anonymous said...

I recently went to a store and they gave me a 50 dollar bill dated 1950. Nothing special about it so several weeks later I went back to the same store and when they did the pen test, it turned dark so they didn't want to accept it. Do the pen tests work on bills that old?

Man said...

50 dollar bill dated 1950. Nothing special about it so several weeks later I went back to the same store and when they did the pen test, it turned dark so they didn't want to accept it. Do the pen tests work on bills that old?

The pen test is unreliable on older bills, the bill may have a thin layer of grease or dirt 50 years old making it impossible to test but it can also be a fake.

If you are sure it is not special in any way then you have 2 choices...
Try and pass it on at another store.
Send it to the government and ask for a new one, hoping it isn't fake.

Anonymous said...

Went to the bank. They said it was a good bill. The ink test turned dark brown, not black as is the indicator of a fake bill. Said people who use the pen test aren't always as educated as they should be about the test. They gave me a new bill.

Man said...

Went to the bank...

That's good the marker test is still not as accurate as the feel and look.

Anonymous said...

I have a have a 2004, $10 bill star note. It does have a bit of bright orange ink in the right hand corner on the very bottom measuring about a millimeter thin by a half inch long, I didn't even notice it until today. Besides that I would say it's in very good condition, but not CU. Is this worth anything? Is it worth hanging onto? Any info would be helpful. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

i just got a 2004 20 bill star note with the numbers EF00113991* is it worth eny thing

Man said...

2004, $10 bill star note

Depends on serial number but the average is $20.00.

Man said...

2004 20 bill star note with the numbers EF00113991*

About $22.00

Anonymous said...

I just got a 2006 $20 bill with very noticeable pinkish, purple in the eagle and on the left of the bill. #IF 90286990 A. It really looks to be in the paper. Is this a defective bill worth something? Or just human contamination? Thanks.

Man said...

2006 $20 bill with very noticeable pinkish, purple in the eagle and on the left of the bill. #IF 90286990 A

This is normal, no extra value.

Sarah said...

Please let me know what the following are worth if you can:

1941 penny
1939 penny

1963B $1 bill - J36551630C
1976 $2 bill - F08675210A
1950D $10 bill - B93425390J
1974 $20 bill - G13565231D

Man said...

1941 penny about $0.15
1939 penny about $0.15

1963B $1 bill - J36551630C about $1.50
1976 $2 bill - F08675210A about $2.00
1950D $10 bill - B93425390J about $12.00
1974 $20 bill - G13565231D about $20.00

Anonymous said...

what is a 2004 ten dollar GA01069378 star note worth?

Man said...

2004-A ten dollar GA01069378 star note

About $22.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1969 $100 star note: J00211186
It has a horizontal fold line all the way across the bill. Do you know how many were printed and how much it's worth?
thanks!

Man said...

1969 $100 star note: J00211186
It has a horizontal fold line all the way across the bill.


384,000 were printed
About $120.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1934 D 10 Dollar bill ,it is a funny green color on the right side it has a L9 BIG 4 it is in nice shape

Man said...

1934 D 10 Dollar bill ,it is a funny green color on the right side

About $12.00 the funny color maybe be sun damage.

Paul said...

I have a 10$ star note. Serial number GA 01484606*. It is 2004A. Any idea what that might be worth? Its in decent shape. No stains or writing but definitely circulated. Thank you!

Man said...

10$ star note. Serial number GA 01484606*. It is 2004A

About $12.00

Jeff said...

hello i have a 1929 $50 B00568310A

http://s327.photobucket.com/albums/k446/jpraca03/?action=view&current=IMG_0236.jpg

you can scroll to the top of the picture and a bar comes up, hit zoom in and that allows you to enlarge the picture to see better detail.

just wondering what ive got here, looks like it was printed a little off center or cut off center and has a very tiny tear under the A in DOLLARS, still very crisp, you can tell it was folded a couple times in the middle back in the day.
Thank you !

Man said...

1929 $50 B00568310A

The Off-Center is normal.

About $150.00

Anonymous said...

1950A $10 star note (Serial #) L 11819561* very good condition only once crease. crisp. Just wondering if you could tell me how much its worth? Thanks

Man said...

1950A $10 star note (Serial #) L 11819561* very good condition

About $40.00

Anonymous said...

me again sorry i made a mistake its a 1950C $10 star note L 11819561*

thankyou for your quick reply earlier.

Man said...

1950C $10 star note L 11819561* about $60.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1963 $10 star not # C 03169511 * in circulated condition can you tell me what it's worth

Man said...

1963 $10 C03169511* circulated condition about $20.00

Gandhi said...

I was curious if you'd be able to tell me what the following $10 bills are worth:

Series B 1977- G20358498A
Series C 1969- H48466122A
Series A 1969- G45190002B
Series A 1963- G05568551C
Series C 1950- G21688693G
Series B 1950- I27811506A
Series C 1950- F33518238C
Series C 1950- G26084319G
Series C 1950- G28393466G
Series C 1950- G11481303G
Series C 1950- G20188198G
Series C 1950- G15796365G
Series C 1950- G92271436F
Series C 1950- G06263554G

Sorry if you saw this in another post, I just couldn't find my comment so I had to retype it. Thanks!!

Man said...

$10 bills:

Series B 1977- G20358498A about $10.00
Series C 1969- H48466122A about $10.00
Series A 1969- G45190002B about $10.00
Series A 1963- G05568551C about $10.00
Series C 1950- G21688693G about $12.50
Series B 1950- I27811506A about $10.00
Series C 1950- F33518238C about $12.50
Series C 1950- G26084319G about $12.50
Series C 1950- G28393466G about $12.50
Series C 1950- G11481303G about $12.50
Series C 1950- G20188198G about $12.50
Series C 1950- G15796365G about $12.50
Series C 1950- G92271436F about $12.50
Series C 1950- G06263554G about $12.50

Anonymous said...

Hi there I have a 50 dollar bill that is dated series of 1927. Serial number G 02644745 A. On the top it days reddemable in gold on demand at the us treasury. Some of the things printed on the bill are different from a regualar 50 dollar bill. I do work at a bank so I know the bill is not fake. Is it worth anything?

Man said...

50 dollar bill that is dated series of 1927. Serial number G 02644745 A

No such thing, I think you mean 1928.
About $175.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 10 dollar bill That is 2004 series, with a star on it, of course. serial number G A 02582095

Man said...

10 dollar bill That is 2004 series, with a star on it, of course. serial number G A 02582095

About $12.50

Anonymous said...

Hi I work in a casino n I got a 1969 ten dollar bill star note signed by david m kennedy and the serial # a 00225581* there is a 1 and a d6 on the side. Its in great shape.... thank u. K.

Man said...

1969 ten dollar bill star note signed by david m kennedy and the serial # a 00225581*

About $35.00

Anonymous said...

2003 Ten dollar star note serial# DA 00404003*
Thanks

Man said...

2003 Ten dollar star note serial# DA 00404003* about $35.00

Anonymous said...

Hi, How much is a ten dollar bill worth from 1950 D? The serial # is A80636438C. There is no star note but I was hoping you could help me anyway. Thanks.

Man said...

ten dollar bill worth from 1950 D? The serial # is A80636438C

About $12.00

Anonymous said...

I received a 1950 100 dollar bill. I went to the store to try and buy something and it did not pass the marker test. Is there a way to find out if it is real?

Man said...

1950 100 dollar bill. I went to the store to try and buy something and it did not pass the marker test.

1950 bills do not always pass the marker test, take it to a bank and have use better tests.

That said it may be fake and would be confiscated at a bank. There is no sure way to test at home.

Anonymous said...

There is no other way?

Man said...

There is no other way?

Nothing that doesn't involve a microscope and expertise.

Although maybe a local coin shop can lend you their expertise for free.

DaveGlessner0285 said...

I've got a 1969 Circulated $10 star note #E01338365* with David M Kennedy signature as well... Bought it at a bar for $11... Good investment?

Man said...

1969 Circulated $10 star note #E01338365* about $25.00

Jeff said...

Hello Jeff again i have a

$100 Series 1950D A00442234* was wondering if ive got anything special here, normal wear for the age.

http://s327.photobucket.com/albums/k446/jpraca03/?action=view&current=IMG_0414.jpg

and i also just got a

$50 Series 2004 EG03032505*

http://s327.photobucket.com/albums/k446/jpraca03/?action=view&current=IMG_0416.jpg

would you think the $50 will gain significant value in the coming years or would you spend it?

Thank you !

Man said...

$100 Series 1950D A00442234* about $175.00

$50 Series 2004 EG03032505* about $60.00

The $50 will likely stay at this value for years to come if you can get $55 for it now it would be great but the market is not good for circulated bills.

Anonymous said...

hi, i have a 1981 $100 dollar bill very fine condition is it worth more than its value?

Man said...

1981 $100 dollar bill very fine condition just $100.00

Anonymous said...

Today I got a 1977 $10 bill as change. It is in used, but good condition. The top margin is about 1mm and the bottom margin is about 5mm. Does that make it more valuable than $10? Thanks!

Man said...

1977 $10 bill as change. It is in used, but good condition. The top margin is about 1mm and the bottom margin is about 5mm.

No just $10.00

yasmin said...

1950D
used, in good condition
B00657973K
Is it worth keeping?
Thanks.

Man said...

1950D
used, in good condition
B00657973K


What denomination?

Anonymous said...

Can you tell me what these might be worth?
1950 $100 Looks uncirculated. Serial # E 00156690 A
1953 $5 Silver Certificate, slightly circulated. Serial # D 94939580 A
2001 $5 star, Looks uncirculated. Serial # CL 0448500*
thank you

Man said...

1950 $100 Looks uncirculated. Serial # E 00156690 A about $150.00
1953-A $5 Silver Certificate, slightly circulated. Serial # D 94939580 A about $12.50
2001 $5 star, Looks uncirculated. Serial # CL 0448500* about $15.00

Anonymous said...

i got a 1934 10 dollar bill with star ser# a00634877* any idea what its worth?

Man said...

1934-A 10 dollar bill with star ser# a00634877* about $30.00

Anonymous said...

I have a ten dollar bill star note 2004 serial number GA 02640188* what is it worth

Man said...

ten dollar bill star note 2004-A serial number GA 02640188*

About $12.00

John said...

Hi, I have two bills I have questions on:

The first, and "mundane" one is the value of a Series 1963A star note A 04248182* in VF-XF condition. And now for the fun one:

I have a discovery note, meaning the only one known. I've sent an image to Heritage, and they wouldn't give me anything more than a range that it might do at auction (in the several thousands of dollars). It is probably in Fine condition, and it's a 1934-C star Bank of Boston A 00026563 $50 bill. It is not listed in any paper money book. So, I'd be interested in knowing your opinion of value and where might be a good place to sell it and get the most money for it should I decide to on down the road. Thank you for your help-if you need an image let me know how to get it to you and I will.

jimi22 said...

hello.....i just received today a 1950 series C ten dollar bill ..don't know much about bills...is it worth anything?...what other things should i look for on this bill that might make it more rare?..i did notice that a number 1 in the serial number is quite a bit larger than the other numbers..Thank you

john said...

i found a "1950 A" ten dollar bill with a star note. serial number G09534474* .. what do u think its worth

Man said...

Series 1963A star note A 04248182* in VF-XF condition
What denomination?

Fine condition, and it's a 1934-C star Bank of Boston A 00026563 $50 bill
About $3,000.00 but as a newly discovered note it would be difficult to say because it may go for more than I would ever guess, I like to buy cheap.

Heritage is the best place to sell something like this.
To get the most the best thing you can to is show it off at currency forums and coin shows, try to spark interest and of course get it graded by PCGS.

Man said...

1950 series C ten dollar bill

About $12.00 only if there is a star in the serial number or it is in perfect condition does it have any real value.

Man said...

"1950 A" ten dollar bill with a star note. serial number G09534474* about $40.00

John said...

Sorry-my bad-the first note was a $10. Thanks for your opinion of the discovery $50 note-I will likely send it in to get certified and then proceed from there.

Man said...

$10 1963A star note A 04248182* in VF-XF condition

About $20.00

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I have a 1981 B0004069*; it's circulated but in great condition.
Thanks!

Man said...

1981 B0004069*; it's circulated but in great condition

What denomination?

Anonymous said...

Re: 1981 B0004069*; it's circulated but in great condition

Oops, sorry! It's a $50

Thanks again!

Man said...

1981 B0004069*; it's circulated but in great condition

Oops, sorry! It's a $50


About $70.00

Anonymous said...

Re: 1981 B0004069*; it's circulated but in great condition

Oops, sorry! It's a $50

About $70.00

Many thanks!

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950c ten dollar bill serial number B53614660I it has 2 little staple holes and a small amount of pencil writings on the front other than that its in good condition. The strange thing is that the back of the bill appears to have two flags on top of the building, and the left flag appears to be upside down.Any ideas?

Man said...

1950c ten dollar bill serial number B53614660I it has 2 little staple holes and a small amount of pencil writings on the front other than that its in good condition. The strange thing is that the back of the bill appears to have two flags on top of the building, and the left flag appears to be upside down.

First the flag is not upside down but waving, the plate that printed this bill was examined and it clearly shows the flag is right. When printing the waves accumulated ink and became blurry, to some it looks upside down but it is not. Later on the flag was made less wavy to stop the confusion.

It is about $12.50

Juice said...

i have a 1950 ten dollar bill no tears i was wondering if its the $600 note s/n:G66045782 D

Man said...

1950 ten dollar bill no tears i was wondering if its the $600 note s/n:G66045782 D

Must be a 1950-A it is about $12.00

Anonymous said...

What is the value of a $10 1950A with a star in the serial number. Serial L 02572331*

Man said...

$10 1950A Serial L 02572331* about $40.00

bryan said...

I have a 1985 ten with a line right down the middle of the bill it's got to be worth something anyone seen or heard of this bill ?

Man said...

1985 ten with a line right down the middle of the bill

Can give more details or post a picture somewhere then link it here? White line? Black-Green line?

Anonymous said...

I have a 1934 $10 bill(C09558603 B) that was printed over a fold that runs across 3/4 of the bill. actually i should have taken a picture of the back where its alot more noticeable. also the bill is not the correct size when i pull the fold open. What do you think its value is? and also what do you recommend i do?

http://c1.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/139/m_66fa06b719cf4864a75528c3768546b8.jpg

thank you!

Man said...

1934 $10 bill(C09558603 B) that was printed over a fold that runs across 3/4 of the bill. actually i should have taken a picture of the back where its alot more noticeable. also the bill is not the correct size when i pull the fold open. What do you think its value is? and also what do you recommend i do?


About $1,000.00.
Best thing is to have it graded and sell it at a Heritage Auction.
Or have it graded and save it for the future.

Anonymous said...

I have alot of coins, bills that I could ask about but for now i have a 1969* note B 8980249 * is it worth any thing, an a 1879 dollar coin? If you could can you email me I have lots more to ask msandyman27@gmail.Com

Anonymous said...

Its a 10$ bill sorry

Man said...

1969 $10 note B 8980249 * about $15.00

1879 dollar coin about $24.00

Anonymous said...

I was given a 1934 A $10 bill today with the serial number G85434273B. What would the value of this be please and thank you :)

Man said...

1934 A $10 bill today with the serial number G85434273B about $11.00

Anonymous said...

I've got a 1950 series A ten dollar bill with a serial number of G79168621D. It's still crispy but has three fold lines from a wallet. What's the worth? Thanks!

Man said...

1950 series A ten dollar bill with a serial number of G79168621D. It's still crispy but has three fold lines from a wallet

About $17.00

Jsoccerballa1 said...

I have a 2003 Series $10 star note. SN DJ00123774*
It is in circulated condition. What is the value? Thank You

Man said...

2003 Series $10 star note. SN DJ00123774*
It is in circulated condition.


About $15.00

Anonymous said...

i have a 1950 A 10 dollar bill SN B76228545E how much is it worth and does it still have value???

THANK YOU!!!!! :) ;) :D

Man said...

1950 A 10 dollar bill SN B76228545E about $12.00

Anonymous said...

is that same 10 dollar bill still worth something now or it wont work its too old

Man said...

is that same 10 dollar bill still worth something now or it wont work its too old

Not sure which ten you are referring to but all small size notes are acceptable for business purposes.

Anonymous said...

I have a 20.00 bill with a star on it. I will give details later as I am not at my home. Are these bills worth anything?

Man said...

20.00 bill with a star on it.

Depending on year and serial number about 10% or more.

Anonymous said...

I have a $10 bill series 1950 B serial number H10409402B.
And a $10 bill Series 1963 A serial number D49076019A.

Are they worth anything more than $10?

Man said...

$10 bill series 1950 B serial number H10409402B about $15.00

$10 bill Series 1963 A serial number D49076019A about $12.50

Anonymous said...

what is the value of a 1950 ten dollor bill F24054936B

Man said...

1950-A ten dollor bill F24054936B about $12.00

Anonymous said...

I just found a 1953 $5 bill F17487498 A and idea how much it's woth? theres no star on it either

Man said...

1953-A $5 bill F17487498 A about $10.00

Anonymous said...

1950-$10bill series A, B29420468C

Man said...

1950-$10bill series A, B29420468C about $12.00

Al said...

I have a 2003 ten dollar star note in circulated condition, with the serial number DJ 00000974*. It's not in bad shape, it actually looks very nice, what would you price it at? Thank you for any info....

Man said...

2003 ten dollar star note in circulated condition, with the serial number DJ 00000974*. It's not in bad shape,

About $35.00

michael said...

i have some older silver certificates are they worth anything?

Man said...

i have some older silver certificates are they worth anything?

Yes, depends on year and serial number plus condition.

Even in circulated condition they all have value a few dollars over face, sometimes even thousands in low grade.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 C SN A69132055C out of Boston, one that has the left flag that appears to be upside down. No holes or tears fold mark in the middle and circulated.

Man said...

1950 C SN A69132055C out of Boston, one that has the left flag that appears to be upside down. No holes or tears fold mark in the middle and circulated.

The flag is not upside it is just an illusion because of the shadows and small print.

Assuming a $10 bill about $12.50.

Anonymous said...

1950 series B star note, B22361714, slightly used. Any idea what it could be worth?

Man said...

1950 series B star note, B22361714, slightly used

Assuming a $10 bill about $30.00

Anonymous said...

1950-$100 bill series D, J 02760829 A

Man said...

1950-$100 bill series D, J 02760829 A about $105.00 in circulated

Anonymous said...

I have a crisp circulated 10 dollar star note, 2004A, GL11043416, L12. What should it bring to a dealer?

Man said...

crisp circulated 10 dollar star note, 2004A, GL11043416, L12. What should it bring to a dealer?

About $15.00 to a dealer at most.

Anonymous said...

Hi,I have a couple of star notes that received as change here and there. The first one is a series 1950 C star note. Its serial # is B 34101545*. There is a big 2 under the serial #. It is from New York. It is also off centered on the paper. The other is a series 2006 star note. It's serial # is IF 02418808*. There is a big F6 under the serial #. Not sure where it was printed. I assume it's in the #'s somewhere. I am just curious as to what these are worth. I have pics of both.

Man said...

couple of star notes that received as change here and there. The first one is a series 1950 C star note. Its serial # is B 34101545*. There is a big 2 under the serial #. It is from New York. It is also off centered on the paper. The other is a series 2006 star note. It's serial # is IF 02418808*

What denominations?

Anonymous said...

Oh sorry, the 1950 is $10. and the 2006 is a $5

Man said...

$10 1950 C star note. Its serial # is B 34101545*. There is a big 2 under the serial #. It is from New York. It is also off centered on the paper.
--About $50.00 the slight off-center does not add value unless you see a bit of another bill.

$5 2006 star note. It's serial # is IF 02418808*
--About $12.50

Assuming very-fine for both.

Anonymous said...

Ive got a $10 star note from 1955
B02531980 *

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Ive got a $10 star note from 1955
B02531980 *


Correction the star note is from 1977

Man said...

$10 star note from 1977
B02531980 * about $15.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1996 $100 bill. The back of the bill is higher than it should be. The ink on the front looks a little runny. I looked and it seems to be real, but the cashier at walmart would not take it. AB44276404K B2

Man said...

1996 $100 bill. The back of the bill is higher than it should be. The ink on the front looks a little runny. I looked and it seems to be real, but the cashier at walmart would not take it. AB44276404K B2

Slight Off-Center does not add value.
That along with runny ink and rejection makes me think counterfeit.

Even if not a fake the errors are all too minor to add value, go to your bank have them check it and trade it for a new one.

Not all errors are valuable, some are just annoying.

Anonymous said...

I just recently came across a series 1988 A 1$ star note from Atlanta. The Serial # is F04287732*. It has no rips or tears. Corners have points but does have some creases being circulated and all. Are these worth anything?

Man said...

1988 A 1$ star note from Atlanta. The Serial # is F04287732*. It has no rips or tears. Corners have points but does have some creases being circulated and all.

About $2.50

Anonymous said...

Found $10 1969 star note. Serial # B10611075*

If one was looking to buy a decent US paper money book, which would you reccomend. I use Littleton Coin for coins-is that an ok one?

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Sorry, B10611074*

Anonymous said...

Me again :) I was going through some of my grandfather's coins, and found an old 1921 silver dollar (??). It is pressed with what looks like a bust of lady liberty (a woman with a crown that reads "liberty).

Any idea what this is?

Man said...

$10 1969 star note. Serial # B10611074* about $15.00

Standard Guide To Small-Size U.S. Paper Money, 1928 To Date, 9th Edition,
by John Scwartz and Scott Linquist.

Littleton Coin catalogs are not accurate if they have a book I have not seen it and it should be better.

Man said...

1921 silver dollar...(a woman with a crown that reads "liberty).

About $30.00

Amy said...

I run a small grocery store and a man came in today with a $10 bill SN A01297783* It is in decent shape with a fold down the middle and a few more creases but no major dirt or damage. Is it worth keeping or do I just pass it on?

Man said...

$10 bill SN A01297783* It is in decent shape with a fold down the middle and a few more creases but no major dirt or damage

What year?

Nick said...

Hello,
I have a 1953-B Two Dollar Red Seal note. It has 3 vertical folds, and 1 horizontal fold. I am no too great at grading paper money, But I would say it is in VG condition. Could you give me a value of this? I'm having a hard time finding websites that tell how many were printed.

Man said...

1953-B Two Dollar Red Seal note. It has 3 vertical folds, and 1 horizontal fold. I am no too great at grading paper money, But I would say it is in VG condition.

About $7.00 if not a star note.
10,800,000 were printed.

Amy said...

Oh sorry...1969 and it was printed in Boston.

Man said...

$10 bill SN A01297783* It is in decent shape with a fold down the middle and a few more creases but no major dirt or damage...1969

About $15.00

Anonymous said...

i have a 1934 A $10 silver certificate with a star in the serial number and a yellow north african stamp on it..good condition Serial number is *01066992A what is its value if any? thank You

Man said...

1934 A $10 silver certificate with a star in the serial number and a yellow north african stamp on it..good condition Serial number is *01066992A

About $300.00 depending on face and back numbers.

Anonymous said...

1934 a $10 silver certificate has face number F170 and back 855

Man said...

1934 a $10 silver certificate has face number F170 and back 855...1934 A $10 silver certificate with a star in the serial number and a yellow north african stamp on it..good condition Serial number is *01066992A

About $300.00 this is the most common type still a great note.

Nick said...

1953-B Two Dollar Red Seal note. It has 3 vertical folds, and 1 horizontal fold. I am no too great at grading paper money, But I would say it is in VG condition.

About $7.00 if not a star note.
10,800,000 were printed


Sorry I forgot to mention the bill IS a star note, could you tell me the value of it now please?

Man said...

1953-B Two Dollar Red Seal note. It has 3 vertical folds, and 1 horizontal fold. I am no too great at grading paper money, But I would say it is in VG condition...the bill IS a star note

About $15.00

Anonymous said...

Just would like to know of its value. I have a good condition $10 bill with serial #A40350360B, series 1988A. The left front portion of the bill has the partial imprint of the back right side print. The partial imprint is reversed in which the back print of ten is showing "NET" as well as the number 10 showing in this manner "01" ?

Man said...

good condition $10 bill with serial #A40350360B, series 1988A. The left front portion of the bill has the partial imprint of the back right side print. The partial imprint is reversed in which the back print of ten is showing "NET" as well as the number 10 showing in this manner "01"

About $25.00

Anonymous said...

Hi. I have a $10 bill Series 1950 A serial #D94145816A marked D Cleveland. Bill is in good condition. I would like to know what it's worth. Thanks.

Man said...

$10 bill Series 1950 A serial #D94145816A marked D Cleveland. Bill is in good condition

About $12.00

Anonymous said...

Hi, I have a few star notes that I am curious about. Here is a list and serial #'s.
series 2006 $1 Chicago- G05725606*
series 2006 $5- IA00056337*-#below serial is A1
series 1950B $5-kansas city-J81102326A(not star)
series 1950C $10-NewYork-B34101545*

All are in good condition except for the $5 non star note. Has heavy creasing, but no rips or tears.

Man said...

series 2006 $1 Chicago- G05725606* about $2.50
series 2006 $5- IA00056337* about $7.50
series 1950B $5-kansas city-J81102326A about $7.50
series 1950C $10-NewYork-B34101545* about $50.00

All are in good condition except for the $5 non star note. Has heavy creasing

Zerick said...

I just got a 1999 10$ star note. But I cant find anything about it. The serial number is BF 17152340*. Id love to know if it is worth anything other than face value. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Man said...

1999 10$ star note. But I cant find anything about it. The serial number is BF 17152340*

About $12.00 it's a very common star note, they usually don't sell well.

Raul said...

I got a 2006 10$ star note. The serial number is IB 00394295*. I will like to know if it is worth anything. I appreciated.

Man said...

2006 10$ star note. The serial number is IB 00394295* about $15.00

Anonymous said...

i have a 1963A dollar bill with star note. The serial number is F 18351165*

Man said...

1963A dollar bill with star note. The serial number is F 18351165*

About $2.00

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