Friday, January 20, 2006

Old Dollar Find

Do you have old 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.

After Christmas I went to do some post-holiday shopping and received this bill in my change.

I found a 1935H dollar also known as a silver certificate. Notice the seal is blue instead of green.

The H in 1935H means the design was modified from the original 1935 bill, probably to add a new signature of a treasurer.



Here's a sample of what I found in my change over the last ten years.
$1.00 bills
1935E value in very good(VG) = $1.50
1935H value in VG = $2.00
1957-star note value in VG = $2.00
1957A value in VG = $1.25
1969B value in VG = $1.25

$2.00
1928G value in VG = $7.50
1953A value in VG = $4.00

$20.00
1950C value in VG = $25.00

Of course some are higher grades but most are very good.

Prices updated to 2008.

Do you have old bills 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.

1028 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

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coin dealers said...

Hi There
Nice to see a top notch blog page like you have here.

Regards,
eisenhower dollars.

Anonymous said...

Are 1909 $10.00 bills worth anything? What should I look for on them? I have a few?

Thanks

Man said...

I never heard of any 1909 U.S. bills so I can't guess on prices.

If you meant 1999 $10 then any star note especially the BE-* serail numbers are the most sought after ones.

Anonymous said...

this is one of the best coin websites i hve been on. you always keep current articles up and respond to visitors comments.

Anonymous said...

i have an 1879 one dollar coin and would like to know it's value. please contact me at beezy718@migente.com thank you.

Man said...

The more common Morgan comes in 6 varieties. Here are the average prices.
1879 ------------------$20
1879-CC/CC---------$1,100
1879-CC--------------$1,200
1879-O-----------------$27
1879-S 2nd rev.-----$35
1879-S 3rd rev.------$22

Anonymous said...

Hello,
I just recently discovered that I am holding onto two 1935E series Silver Certificates. The serial numbers however, both start with a *(star). I was wondering if these may possibly have any value?
Megan

Man said...

1935E star-notes are worth about $3.00 each in very fine condition.

Aisha, budding numismatic said...

I've got a 1957 dollar bill (no letter after the date) signed by Robert B. Anderson (or Andersen?), and a few other 1957 notes with letters A and B after the date. The 1957 (no letter) bill is in circulated condition.

And I have two 1935 one dollar bills, in circulated condition. They are 1935C (signed by John W Snyder) and 1935 F (signed by Robert B Anderson).

I also have a 100 rupee note from India, which does not seem to have a date on it, it depicts Gandhi on the front and the watermark, and on the reverse, an image of the himalayan mountains. A silver security strip. Fair condition, still retains some crispness, but there's a very small tear on the top center, probably worn out from being folded in that spot.

ANYTHING you can tell me about the value (or non-value) of any of these notes will be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you in advance for any reply you can make to my inquiry.

Man said...

Hello Aisha,

1957 dollar bill signed by Robert B. Anderson $2.00
1957A $2.00
1957B $2.50
1935 dollar bill $5.00
1935C $4.00
1935F $2.00

The thing to look for on notes or bills are the serial numbers. For example...
1935F P81000001I--B54000000J $2.00
1935F B71640001J--B72000000J $150.00
star notes of that year average $3.25

100 rupee, India and on the reverse, an image of the himalayan mountains. $2.00 this year is 1996.

Aisha,budding numismatic said...

To "man" :
Thank you very much for your answers about the potential values of the notes I described to you! It definitely made me glad I didn't follow my husband's advice to just go ahead and spend them. But I wanted to ask you why the particular serial numbers range of 1935F B71640001J--B72000000J is worth $150.00. Why is that? and does it have to be in unused crisp condition to be worth so much?

If you don't mind it, I will write the year dates and the serial numbers of my silver certificate bills and you could tell me if any of those serial numbers are a numismatic's delight?

Here goes:

1935C F 04477746 E
1935F T 86757317 I
1957 I 51667508 A
1957A A 74910289 A
1957A C 32785124 A

and my newest addition, a starred note! -

1957B *29049700 B

This note has been signed by (if I read it correctly): Kathryn O'Hay Granchan, treasurer, and C. Douglas Dillon, secretary of treasury. It is in uncirculated condition.

I will appreciate your help to understand better about the potential values of these notes, with your knowledge of what serial numbers can enhance the value. I'm also interested to know what you make of my newest addition, whether it is worth being excited over. :)
Thanks in advance.

Man said...

I would be posting articles and pictures but I'm busy with finals and internships but I will try to answer the best I can.

1935F B71640001J--B72000000J is worth
$150.00 in Very Fine and
$900.00 in crisp-uncirculated.

Blocks are the prefix and suffix letters on notes in 1935F & G it is B-J.

Gropus are the actual numbers of bills made, between the B-J.
Collectors have identified thease groups.
B00000001J-B54000000J are for 1935F
B54000001J-B71640000J are for 1935G
B71640001J-B72000000J are for 1935F
B72000001J-B99999999J are for 1935G

That group worth $150-$900 is the smallest group with only 360,000 made while all others had 1,200,000,000 made. Making that group rare to collectors.


1935C F04477746E $3.50
1935F T86757317I $2.00
1957 I51667508A $2.00
1957A A74910289A $2.00
1957A C32785124A $2.00
1957B *29049700B $2.50

Star notes are great they go up and down in prices and currently are stabalized at the low end. Modern star notes are getting rare.

Aisha,budding numismatic said...

Thank you so much! Best of luck with your exams and the internship!

zeke647@hotmail.com said...

$10.00 bills:
Series 1950A
A 89728441 A
(slighly circulated)
Series 1969
A 38185119 A
(slighly circulated)

$2.00 bill (Red Seal)
Series 1963
A 09098092 A
A 09098100 A
A 14298617 A
A 14298618 A
(slighly circulated)


would love to know prices considering condition.
Thanks

Man said...

$10.00 bills 1950A
A89728441A is $12.00

Series 1969
A38185119A is $11.00

$2.00 bill 1963
A09098092A is $6.00
A09098100A is $6.00

If these two are sold together $14.00 if not then...
A14298617A is $6.00
A14298618A is $6.00

constantine said...

any information regarding a series 2004 A twenty with a navy blue seal on the left and an aqua blue one on the right? the eagle on the left is also more of an aqua as opposed to navy..also less green in general than a common twenty...any information you can provide is greatly appreciated...thanks!

Man said...

2004A $20 bills are very new and I heard of light or off colored seals on the note but also some people have been bleaching them.

As these are bad ink mixture and may in $20.00 it brings $350.00 at auction if certified.

I don't know if this link works but here is a real one LINK1
and here is the place they sell them LINK2. You may need a free account to see the auction.

lilsoftballgrl369@yahoo.com said...

In my possesion I have a 1935G *12136470G dollar but in the corner it has m8469 and it is Elizabeth Smith treasurer and C. Douglas Dillon secretary of treasury. I would like to know its value.
DJ

Man said...

1935G $1.00 bill *12136470G

In very fine it is $6.00
In crisp-uncirculated it is $30.00.

This one is known as the "No Motto" because it is the last $1.00 bill that does not have IN GOD WE TRUST on the back.

Xiong Her said...

I have a two dollar bill with the serial numbers in red. The year is 1963 A series. The serial number is A18295461A. How much is this worth?

Man said...

$2 1963A, A18295461A
About $6.00 in very fine.

Xiong Her said...

I have some star notes that I would like to know the value of. There's a few, so go ahead and take your time in finding the value.

Star Notes:
$1 E09801620 2003
$5 CL05096341 2001
$10 DJ00496421 2003
$10 BK00065210 1999
$20 EL05404645 2004
$50 AJ00125645 1996
$100 AB04713198 1996

and 2 non star note:
$50 G02788172A 1950
$2 D04839030A 1976

Thank You!

Man said...

I'll give values for uncirculated.

$1 E09801620* 2003 about $2.50
$5 CL05096341* 2001 about $12.00
$10 DJ00496421* 2003 about $35.00
$10 BK00065210* 1999 about $12.00
$20 EL05404645* 2004 about $25.00
$50 AJ00125645* 1996 about $55.00
$100 AB04713198* 1996 about $105.00

$50 G02788172A 1950 about $75.00
$2 D04839030A 1976 about $3.50

Xiong Her said...

I have a $10 dollar bill, series 1969C, C01046315B, but it has a thin black line on it. Is it worth anything over its face value? Thanks.

Man said...

$10 1969C, C01046315B,

The error is called an Ink Smear error. It sounds very minor though.

It is worth about $25.00 in uncirculated. less then $15.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I have a 1935F dollar bill that I got as a tip today at work. I was curious as to how much it may be worth today. The number on it has a star before it, and then 06540374G-not sure if the star means anything-if you can please let me know it would be appreciated. Thank you.

Man said...

1935F dollar bill that I got as a tip today at work. I was curious as to how much it may be worth today. The number on it has a star before it, and then 06540374G

This is a common star note it is about $6.00, still a nice note to get.

kaspergirl said...

I have a series 1969 D one dollar bill with an error--the bottom and right sides are trimmed too close. It's possible it was uncirculated as well. Is it worth anything? Thanks for your help!

Man said...

1969 D one dollar bill with an error--the bottom and right sides are trimmed too close. It's possible it was uncirculated

About $2.50 depending on serial number the error you describe is very minor and does not add any extra value.

Anonymous said...

hello, i found a silver certificate one dollar bill and a silver certificate ten dollar bill. and i'm curious to know how much each are worth...

thanks much!

Man said...

silver certificate one dollar bill and a silver certificate ten dollar bill

Depends on serial number, date, and condition.

The least they can be worth is face value.
The most thousands.

Anonymous said...

Dear sir or madam: I am hoping you can help me. While searching through an old book of my grandmother's, I found an original $2 bill, series 1953A. Is it worth anything besides face value? Thank you.

Man said...

$2 bill, series 1953A.

About $7.00 in very fine.

Anonymous said...

im doing a report and i wish to know how much $8 is worth in 1963

Man said...

$8 is worth in 1963

About $51.52 this based on base prices of milk, grain, and metals.

It may not be completely accurate for all countries and communities.

Google Inflation calculator for other choices.

Danimal said...

I have a 1934 ten dollar bill, serial number A03442430C... is this worth anything?

Man said...

1934 ten dollar bill, serial number A03442430C

In very-fine about $20.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935 a series silver certificate, it has Hawaii on the front and on the back. The secretary of tresury is henry morgenthau jr. it has a brown seal as well is it worth anything?

Man said...

1935 a series silver certificate, it has Hawaii on the front and on the back.

I assume it is a $1 bill.
In fine they average about $75.00 depending on serial number and condition it may go up to $1,200.00.

smacht@charter.net said...

HI, I just purchased some coins from Great Britain. I found a 1913 quarter eagle. Here's the question. It is "silver" and has "germany" stamped on the obverse behind the headfeathers. Any ideas? Stumped Steve

Man said...

1913 quarter eagle. Here's the question. It is "silver" and has "germany" stamped on the obverse behind the headfeathers.

It sounds like a copy or fake sold by souvenir shops. It should be gold maybe if you post a picture someone may recognize it.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935A dollar bill? how much is that worth today?

Man said...

1935A dollar bill

In very fine anywhere between $3.00-$1,000.00 depending on serial number.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935A one dollar bill w/ a blue seal (VG). Q15529699C (I think this is the serial #). Any idea how much it's worth today? Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I have several 1976 2 dollar bills. They look brand new. Can you tell me how much they are worth?

Serial numbers sequentially:
K 10909234 A through
K 10909274 A

Man said...

1935A one dollar bill w/ a blue seal (VG). Q15529699C

About $3.00 it is very common.

1976 2 dollar bills. They look brand new.
K 10909234 A through K 10909274 A

About $7.00 each.

Anonymous said...

Hi There

I have 1935a silver certificate one dollar bill with a blue seal and the serial number of x37348443b and i was wondering if u can let me know how much it's worth....thank you

Man said...

1935a silver certificate one dollar bill with a blue seal and the serial number of x37348443b


About $3.00 it is very common.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935 silver dollar certificate in very poor condition. It's almost black, very limp, and has small tears. It has Hawaii on the front and back. Is it worth anything anymore in such condition?

Man said...

1935 silver dollar certificate in very poor condition.

Those are great notes but in poor condition it would only be around $10.00 on average depending on the serial number.

If the quality is not as bad an can be graded at least very-good it would be $30.00. Only if you have a unique serial number should it be graded.

Anonymous said...

i have a one dollar bill series 1935G and serial #D04013015J. it Alo has a blue seal on it . I was wondering what it's value?

Man said...

1935G and serial #D04013015J

About $4.00 in very-fine.

nan said...

I have a 1935g one dollar silver certificate with moto.signed by douglas Dillion. how much would this be worth.

Thanks,
nancy

Man said...

1935g one dollar silver certificate with moto.signed by douglas Dillion

With motto is about $10.00 in very fine.

nan said...

a 50 dollar bill 1934 federal reserve note how much is it worth

Man said...

50 dollar bill 1934

Depending on serial number it's anywhere from $55.00 to $4,000.00.

There are too many varieties to give an average value.

nan said...

a 1934 Fifty Dollar Bill serial number G03835573A what is its value.

thanks,
Nancy

Man said...

1934 Fifty Dollar Bill serial number G03835573A

In very fine it is only about $55.00.

tbhockey7 said...

hi i was wondering if you could tell me how much a one dollar bill is worth now. it is a 1928 A series silver certificate and serial is R92842433A thank you tom

Man said...

1928 A series silver certificate and serial is R92842433A

About $24.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935 E series one dollar bill serial number G63865313I. Do you have any information that can tell me how much value this has? Thanks.

Man said...

1935 E series one dollar bill serial number G63865313I

It's about $3.00. It's one of the most common notes with over 5 billion printed, normal printing is about 100 million.

Anonymous said...

I have several silver certificates 1935G and 1935D and 1935F, also two ten dollars 1950 D series without "In God We Trust" Also a 1963A five dollar series and two dollar bills in 1928G, 1953, and 1953A Thaink-you

Man said...

silver certificates 1935G and 1935D and 1935F, also two ten dollars 1950 D series without "In God We Trust" Also a 1963A five dollar series and two dollar bills in 1928G, 1953, and 1953A

Without the serial numbers it's difficult to know. There are many varieties for each year you listed.

Anonymous said...

Hi there, Just curious, I have a 1963 series $1 bill signed by Kathryn O'Hay Granchan-Treasurer and C. Douglas Dillon-Secretary with the serial # B44444444B. Of any value?

Man said...

1963 series $1 bill... B44444444B

In crisp-uncirculated it can sell for about $1,200.00.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for your reply. My 1963 $1, serial B44444444B has been circulated-I have it about 25 years. Sorry for lack of information. Do you know circulated value? Thanks again, your great!

Man said...

My 1963 $1, serial B44444444B has been circulated-I have it about 25 years.

3 or more folds brings down the value, stains, ink marks, non-sharp corners, and tears also bring down the value.

Assuming your bill has all of these It would be in good condition about $120.00
In very good it is $250.00.

As long as it doesn't have any major tears, stains, or missing parts it will fetch a good amount.

James said...

I have Series 1935 A one dollar bill with HAWAII on front and back and serial number S46335628C. It is in excellent condition. Has been kept in safety deposit box since WWII.

Man said...

1935 A one dollar bill with HAWAII on front and back and serial number S46335628C

In crisp-uncirculated it is about $100.00.

Anonymous said...

Hello!!! I have a Canadian dollar bill from 1973 I was just wondering if it is worth any thing?

Man said...

Canadian dollar bill from 1973

About $1.50 in very fine.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I was just wondering why you don't have the $5 bill listed on your lableing. Are none of them special.

Thanks

Man said...

why you don't have the $5 bill listed on your lableing?

I list money that I have in my collection and so far I haven't found any good $5 bills.

There are plenty good $5 bills like a certain 1950B worth about $900.00
Most of the most valuable are in 1928 and 1929 worth up to $15,000.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a $1 bill serial #C89662766B Series 2003 which has a rectangle of print missing on the back in the top right corner. It is a well circulated bill so is it worth anything beyond $1?

Man said...

$1 bill serial #C89662766B Series 2003 which has a rectangle of print missing on the back in the top right

This is an Obstructed Printing Error it is about $150.00 in extra-fine.
This kind of error should be verified by an expert because some fakes exist.

Anonymous said...

hi have a a few dollar silver certificates i was wondering if they are worth anythimg one dollar blue 1935 E #T53472675H with no IN GOD WE TRUST ON THE BACK ---one dollar blue 1957B #S20531151A ----five dollar blue 1934 #A59699743A -- twenty dollar bill 1950C #D65540670B and finally a half silver dollar 1663 franklin on one side and the bell on the other,,,thanks so much

Anonymous said...

i meant the franklin half dollar year was 1963 so sorry

Man said...

one dollar blue 1935 E #T53472675H
About $3.00

one dollar blue 1957B #S20531151A
About $2.50

five dollar blue 1934 #A59699743A
About $10.00

twenty dollar bill 1950C #D65540670B
About $22.50

half silver dollar 1963 franklin
About $6.00

All values are given in very-fine grade.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I have searched your blog and also ebay but haven't found anything to give me an idea what this dollar bill is worth:

Front of bill

Back side of bill

It is a 1981 bill that has no seal or serial numbers, they printed on the back side of the bill.

Best I can tell the serial number is J62206372B

I would appreciate your thoughts.

Thank you.

Man said...

1981 bill that has no seal or serial numbers, they printed on the back side of the bill.

Best I can tell the serial number is J62206372B


This is an Overprint on Back Error it's a bit wrinkled and the corners are not that sharp but it's about $200.00.

Great bill.

Anonymous said...

Is my 1929 fifty minted in San Francisco L00453205A worth anything? Thanks!

Man said...

1929 fifty minted in San Francisco L00453205A

About $100.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

I have 2 1 dollar bills just tring to see how much there worth.Series1935A then to the right of that theres C691 and I think the Serial # is T 08557263A the next is Series 1935A G3429 V09154945B both of these do not have I god we trust on the back.Both of them also have a blueseal on the right instead of green.Any information is appreciated.Thanks!Oh forgot they both say Silver Certificate.Thanks my email is *******@yahoo.com

Man said...

1 dollar bills Serial 1935A
T08557263A about $6.00

V09154945B about $3.00

Anonymous said...

HI THERE,
I AM HOLDING ON TO A 1 DOLLAR SILVER CERTIFICATE SERIES 1935 G WITH SERIAL NUMBER OF D 6240760AND THEN I ALSO HAVE A 5 DOLLAR BILL SERIED 1928 B WITH SERIAL NUMBER C 27237816 A. COULD YOU PLEASE TELL ME IF THESE ARE WORTH ANYTHING? IF YOU COULD PLEASE E-MAIL ME AT ******@STNY.RR.COM
THANKS SO MUCH

Man said...

1 DOLLAR SILVER CERTIFICATE SERIES 1935 G WITH SERIAL NUMBER OF D 6240760AND
About $10.00 in very-fine.


5 DOLLAR BILL SERIED 1928 B WITH SERIAL NUMBER C 27237816 A.
About $20.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935 F $1 bill. Serial # Y18236211I. No Star. Any Value?

Anonymous said...

I have a 1934 C series F54375244A.
Ok condition. Worth holding on to?

Man said...

1935 F $1 bill. Serial # Y18236211I
About $4.00 in very fine.

1934 C $20 bill F54375244A
About $30.00 in very fine.

Morehart said...

I have a 1963 $1 bill that does not have the Treasure Stamp on the right side. It is very well used dollar bill to where I assume no ever noticed it was not there. It just says Washington D.C and ONE right below it.

Anything on this. Please let me know at michael_morehart(at)yahoo(dot)com

Man said...

1963 $1 bill that does not have the Treasure Stamp on the right side.

It sounds like a missing overprint error which in that condition is about $20.00 but it may also just be worn or chemically faked.

Fernando said...

Hi there. I have two 1935D one dollar bills, in circulated condition. (signed by John W Snyder)

Serial# : F 83747312 F

ANYTHING you can tell me about the value (or non-value) of any of these notes will be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you in advance for any reply you can make to my inquiry.

fernando said...

It's me again, I forgot to say that is silver certificate and blue seal in both.

thanks again.

Man said...

1935D one dollar bills, in circulated condition. (signed by John W Snyder)

Serial# : F 83747312 F



It's about $3.00, very common.

tkelly1964 said...

i also have a 1935 A silver certificate one dollar bill. looks good and only one fold down middle. serial number is T13601250B. and in the bottom right corner it has F3268. what would it be worth???

tatiane said...

i have an 1995 one dollar bills and would like to know it's value.

serial number: A 52520389 A

Thankz.. ;D

Man said...

1935 A silver certificate one dollar bill. looks good and only one fold down middle. serial number is T13601250B

Very common about $3.00.

Man said...

1995 one dollar bills and would like to know it's value.

serial number: A 52520389 A


Just $1.00.

Anonymous said...

do you know the value of Brazil's money?

Man said...


do you know the value of Brazil's money?


Yes.

LyLy said...

Hello,
I have a 1934 series C Silver Certificate $10

What is it's worth?

Thank you so much.

Man said...

1934 series C Silver Certificate $10

About $12.00

Anonymous said...

I HAVE SOME 0NE AND A TWO DOLLAR BILLS. NOT IN GREAT SHAPE SO ARE THAY WORTH ANY THING. THAY ARE S.S # 1953G 1957,A38398961B,1957A E48273955A AND 1953G AND THE TWO DOLLARS 1953 A 37546317A

Man said...

1 Dollar bill

1953G
No such thing, did you mean 1935G?

1957 A38398961B about $2.50
1957A E48273955A about $2.50


TWO DOLLARS
1953 A37546317A about $9.00

Anonymous said...

Hello . Great site. I have a 2003 $1 the FRB seal is to the right of and below the treasury seal at about 5:00. It is blank where the black seal should be. It is circulated with no tears or major creases. Any idea as to value ? Thanks

Man said...

2003 $1 the FRB seal is to the right of and below the treasury seal at about 5:00

I looked for this error and could not find it. It can only happen as some sort of Printed Fold error.
You may need an error expert to see it.
It would start at $75.00 as a fold error.

Are the serial numbers also shifted?

Anonymous said...

i have 2 1935 silver cert 1 dollar bills, neat looking bills but not in great shape.

1935c a44398431j signed r anderson
1935f u64262230d signed john w

based on the series and serial, anything special about these?

-f

northshorewahine said...

Aloha--Please let me know how much my dollar bill I've had for 20 years is worth?
S45651603C, Hawaii on back and front. kept in "baggie" thru the years, therefore, okay-good shape. Mahalo!

northshorewahine said...

Sorry that dollar bill would be a 1935A series.

Man said...

2 1935 silver cert 1 dollar bills, neat looking bills but not in great shape.

I think you got them in reverse it should be...

1935f a44398431j about $4.00
1935c u64262230d about $3.00

$1 1935A S45651603C, Hawaii

It's about $30.00 in the shape you describe.

Anonymous said...

thanks for your response although i'm unsure--all i know is the following (if you could clarify):
series 1935A then C5382
#S45651603C
Sec. of Tres.-Henry M Jr.
AGAIN, Mahalo!

Anonymous said...

Hello .Thanks for your time . No , the serial numbers are not shifted , and there is no fold either. I haven't seen anything as drastic as this bill anywhere on the internet. A few similar , but ,no seal this far to the right.

Man said...

thanks for your response although i'm unsure--all i know is the following (if you could clarify):
series 1935A then C5382
#S45651603C
Sec. of Tres.-Henry M Jr.
AGAIN, Mahalo!


Not sure what your looking for but the value is about $30.00 in the shape you describe.
15,000,000 were printed making it the most common of the Hawaiian notes.

...A few similar , but ,no seal this far to the right.
I agree yours is very odd, if I ever see something like it I'll make a post.
Good luck, try a coin/currency forum they have lots of years of experience.

Anonymous said...

Here is a link you can go to and see what I'm talking about.Tell me what you think.Thanks again for your time.



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Anonymous said...

Here is a link you can go to and see what I'm talking about.Tell me what you think.Thanks again for your time.



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Man said...

Here is a link you can go to and see what I'm talking about.Tell me what you think.Thanks again for your time.

First:
Great pictures.

Second:
Horrible bill it would not grade good(G-4)

Third:
It's a fake.

The area wear the seal is has been bleached out as evident in the green serial number showing signs of fading.

The seal in it's new position is blurry. No part of a note is ever this fuzzy since the ink is intaglio. Some one used a printer and printed this on causes the printer ink to leach into the cotton paper.

The center white color around the L is a darker shade then the rest of the bill. This happens only when a bill is copied and reprinted.

Also look carefully around the seal and it has the same green-white reprint color.

I assumed this error was not possible since the serial numbers and the seal are printed at the same time along with the 4 number "12".

If this was a fold error one of the "12" would be shifted slightly.

It's a fake and a bad one.

Sorry.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the info. I told my buddy it was either unique and we were rich or a fake,too bad , had fakes before but , never been rich . Thanks again

Anonymous said...

Mahalo for your assistance and have a good one!

Jakara said...

HI! Just wondering if I had anything worth more than what was printed...
1950d $100great conditionK05452455a
2001$50 CB00126926*
2004$20ec06606649*
Thanks!

Man said...

great condition

1950d $100 K05452455a about $125.00
2001 $50 CB00126926* about $75.00
2004 $20 ec06606649* about $40.00

Brooke said...

I have a $10 bill serial number E13787578A. It is dated series of 1934. Not a silver certificate. Mint condition. Was wondering what it is worth. Thanks

Man said...

$10 bill serial number E13787578A. It is dated series of 1934
About $35.00 in mint state.

Tess said...

Hi,

I have three US Bills as follows:

1935 E
$1 Silver Certificate w/Blue Seal
Serial T 42620513 G
Good Condition, circulated and has folds but has been kept flat for a few decades.

1950 B (Minneaplolis, MN Mint)
$10 Bill - Big Block
Serial I 33957052 A
Good Condition but off centered cut with a small ink-type stain, circulated, and has folds but also kept flat for a few decades

1934 B (NY, NY Mint)
$20 Bill - Big Block
Serial B 35532779 B
Good Condition, circulated and has folds but also kept flat for a few decades.

Any feedback on the value is appreciated.

Thanks, Tess

Man said...

1935 E $1 Silver Certificate
Serial T 42620513 G
Good Condition

About $3.00

1950 B $10 Bill - Big Block
Serial I 33957052 A
Good Condition

Just $10.00 because of stain still it's common.


1934 B $20 Bill - Big Block
Serial B 35532779 B
Good Condition

About $27.50

Anonymous said...

are you sure

Man said...

are you sure

Pretty sure, if you shop around for similar items it will be around that price.

The problem is condition and rarity.
All those bills may grade at most very-fine but every fold and stain drops the value.

Second these are the most common dates, bills are produced by the millions, yours were made the billions. That is ten times more common than most.

Tess said...

Hey,

Thanks for the information. I have had these bills since I was young and they are kept in a fire proof safe. I wasn't sure if there is any additional value over their face value.

It seems that the Silver Cert and the $20 bill, as old as my mom (73), have more value than face and that I can spend that $10 now instead of holding onto it!! woohoo...LOL

I like your site, it's pretty cool.

Regards, Tess

astewart said...

I HAVE SILVER CERTIFICATE 1 DOLLAR BILLS 1935E SERIAL#; J27022139I, J11416458I. 1935F SERIAL#; B50368570J. 1935G SERIAL#; D12358422J, C81672689J. 1935H SERIAL#; E03795593J. 1957 SERIAL#; D00329265A, F61319516A, B19721879A, F01967679A, V06657804A, U61560393A, V18689016A, Y60452789A. 1957A SERIAL#; *84353627A, B04358347A, K49368848A, E13229178A, I69436021A. 1957B SERIAL#; V56979847A, W86572593A, V64968647A, W87062412A, W58919056A, V56676860A, T16509500A, W50602380A, V57038447A, X36225337A, W63653528A, W34520666A, U82078256A, S39995346A, X33587184A. SOME ARE WORN AND SOME IN GREAT CONDITION.

astewart said...

I HAVE UNITED STATES NOTE 2$ DOLLAR BILLS FROM 1928C SERIAL#; B84049459A, B80688372A, B80375935A, B80371691A. 1928D SERIAL#; D29675641A, C48283358A, C99566918A, C44204049A, C76314416A, C22719863A, C94444193A. 1953 SERIAL#; A03602573A, A03602601A. 1953B SERIAL# A72073077A. 1953C SERIAL#; A78192931A, A78192935A. 1963 SERIAL# A07927780A. FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE 1976 SERIAL# L24996979A, L40446117A. A SILVER CERTIFICATE 5$ DOLLAR BILL 1934C SERIAL# P80747248A. ALL IN GREAT CONDITION.

Man said...

I'll give a value of very fine, cut it in half if it's a lower grade. Or double it if it is mint or higher.

1 DOLLAR BILLS 1935E SERIAL#; J27022139I, J11416458I
about $3.00 each.


1935F SERIAL#; B50368570J
about $4.00.

1935G SERIAL#; D12358422J, C81672689J
about $4.00 each.

1935H SERIAL#; E03795593J
about $4.00 each.

1957 SERIAL#; D00329265A, F61319516A, B19721879A, F01967679A, V06657804A, U61560393A, V18689016A, Y60452789A
about $2.50 each.

1957A SERIAL#; *84353627A, B04358347A, K49368848A, E13229178A, I69436021A.
about $4.00 for the star note.
About $2.50 each other.

1957B SERIAL#; V56979847A, W86572593A, V64968647A, W87062412A, W58919056A, V56676860A, T16509500A, W50602380A, V57038447A, X36225337A, W63653528A, W34520666A, U82078256A, S39995346A, X33587184A.
about $2.50 each.

None of the serial numbers were special.

Man said...

I'll assume great condition is at least crisp-uncirculated.


2$ DOLLAR BILLS FROM 1928C SERIAL#; B84049459A, B80688372A, B80375935A, B80371691A
about $75.00 each.

1928D SERIAL#; D29675641A, C48283358A, C99566918A, C44204049A, C76314416A, C22719863A, C94444193A
about $40.00 each.

1953 SERIAL#; A03602573A, A03602601A
about $12.50 each.

1953B SERIAL# A72073077A
about $10.00 each.

1953C SERIAL#; A78192931A, A78192935A
about $10.00 each.

1963 SERIAL# A07927780A
about $10.00.

FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE 1976 SERIAL# L24996979A, L40446117A
about $3.00 each.

A SILVER CERTIFICATE 5$ DOLLAR BILL 1934C SERIAL# P80747248A
There are several varieties and I would need the small 4 digit front number and the 3 digit back number.

astewart said...

Hello, I have a 1934C $5 bill serial#-P80747248A. The front 4 digit#-J2018 and the back #-1786.

Man said...

1934C $5 bill serial#-P80747248A. The front 4 digit#-J2018 and the back #-1786

This is the Wide Face variety because a design change made the lines in one of the leaves around the border different then the standard.
It is a small difference but collectors are obsessive.

Unfortunately yours is the most common of the varieties about $20.00 in crisp-uncirculated or $12.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

Hi

Can you please give me the value for dollarbills from 1953 and 1950.

$5 bill Series 1953A E65395736A

$10 bill Series 1950B B09691257G

Thanks!!

Man said...

$5 bill Series 1953A E65395736A

About $10.00 in very-fine.

$10 bill Series 1950B B09691257G

About $12.50 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

Hello.. I have 2 ten dollar jamaica coins and a 20 dollar jamaica coin.. I was wondering how much are they worth.. You can email me at ************@yahoo.com

thanks

Man said...

2 ten dollar jamaica coins and a 20 dollar jamaica coin

Without a year I can't tell.

Gokul said...

Hi,
I have a 10 Korun from czechoslovakia, yr 1986. Since the country has been split, I was wondering how much do you reckon it would be worth? And also I have a 10 rupee note from india printed between 1957 to 1962. Would that be worth any more than the present valuation? It would be awesome if you could let me know.
Thanks
btw this blog is awesome... so much info...

Man said...

10 Korun from czechoslovakia, yr 1986

I'm assuming it is a note not a coin.
It's about $1.00 in very-fine.

10 rupee note from india printed between 1957 to 1962.
It's about $4.00 in very-fine.
Depending on the signature it may be more or less by about $1.00.

Gokul said...

Hi
Thanks for the information. yes it is a note. Just curious, what signature am I looking for on the 10 rupee note?
Thanks again

Man said...

what signature am I looking for on the 10 rupee note?

It's the only signature in English, I think, but there are too many to list.

Anonymous said...

Peytons1934 $20 New York B B28031380a

Man said...

1934 $20 New York B B28031380a

About $50.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935 silver certificate with "HAWAII" stamped across the side with the pyramid on it. It's really bent up and covered in dirt. It looks like there's sheet rock on it and it has some tears. The serial is Y70211447B. There is not a stamp on the left of Washington, and there are a few other things that are missing or different when compared with a 2006 dollar bill. I guess that's normal though...

If you could tell if this is worth anything I would be very grateful-

Thank you!

Man said...

1935 silver certificate with "HAWAII" stamped across the side with the pyramid on it. It's really bent up and covered in dirt. It looks like there's sheet rock on it and it has some tears. The serial is Y70211447B

Yeah all that is normal and it's about $20.00 maybe a little less in the condition you described.

There is a safe way to clean it but it is complicated and not really worth it.

Dana said...

I have a $1 1935 F R37557406I, can you tell me the value?
Thank you!

Man said...

$1 1935 F R37557406I

About $4.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935D $1 silver certificate with serial number E50600018G. Any thoughts on how much this may be worth in good condition?
Thanks

Man said...

1935D $1 silver certificate with serial number E50600018G

About $3.00

Kelli said...

Hello! At work last night a young boy paid for his purchase with a silver certificate. I was wondering if you could tell me what value, if any, it has. Series 1935 E K27551649I signed by Priest/Humphrey. Thanks!

Man said...

1935 E K27551649I

About $3.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1963A 1 dollar bill with a yellow back L22716775F COULD YOU PLEASE TELL ME THE VALUE? MY EMAIL IS *****@SUNSET.NET THANKYOU JOHN

Man said...

1963A 1 dollar bill with a yellow back L22716775F

Sounds like bleach damage or it was left out in the sun.
Just $1.00.

Anonymous said...

I recieved a 1935 F series Y00987548I one dollar silver certificate. Does it have any value, other than face?

Man said...

1935 F series Y00987548I one dollar silver certificate

About $4.00

wayah said...

I found a 1935A Hawaii bill at work the other day. It's in good condition, a few fold lines, no tears, and a black [pen?] mark on the back. I don't want to get rid of it but It'd be fun to know the value :) Thanks!

Man said...

1935A Hawaii bill at work the other day. It's in good condition, a few fold lines, no tears, and a black [pen?] mark on the back.

Most are about $30.00 but there are some worth hundreds depending on the serial number.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935 E series silver cert. That appears to have been signed by the Treasurer :Troy Baker Priest????" (it's very faint)
On a large view web page picture I did not see any that appear to have this signature. Is this normal on all of these 35E series? Thanks for your help.

Man said...

1935 E series silver cert. That appears to have been signed by the Treasurer :Troy Baker Priest????

It's Ivy Baker Priest and that is normal for $1 1935E and 1935F.

It's about $3.00.

joellenNdonny said...

i have a 1935F serial# *05975370G 1 crease down the middle besides that in good condition was wondering what the value of it is

Man said...

1935F serial# *05975370G

I assume it's a one dollar note. It's about $6.00.

dave said...

1935a gold seal one dollar silver certificate R94286590C?

star 2 dollar bill 1953 star01406219A?

2 dollar bill C02960671A has a USP rubber stamp mark dated april 13, 1976.. It does not have the JFK postage stamp, or any other postage stamp underneath it though...?

1974 20 dollar bill B28780250F, has a bleed on the front coming through showing the backside of the 20 dollar bill?



I have a bunch of other 2 dollar bills, are any of them even worth anything? Just wondering before i sit here and type out all the serial numbers, if there were any rare ones that are worth something significant. Thanks, and if you need more info, let me know

Man said...

1935a gold seal one dollar silver certificate R94286590C?

These are yellow seal North African notes about $30.00 in fine.

2 dollar bill 1953 star01406219A?

About $20.00 in very-fine.

2 dollar bill C02960671A has a USP rubber stamp mark dated april 13, 1976..

These stamps actually ruin the note about $2.00.

1974 20 dollar bill B28780250F, has a bleed on the front coming through showing the backside

This is an Offset Printing and if it is a full transfer then it's about $125.00.



bunch of other 2 dollar bills, are any of them even worth anything?

Anything before 1976 has a small premium.

From 1976-2003A only the star notes have a higher value.
The rest are just a few dollars above $2 only in crisp-uncirculated.

The rarest are star notes for the 1928B at about $25,000.00 in very-fine.

dave said...

thanks for the quick response, i will prolly have more questions soon, but here is one more for now.. are bicentennial silver dollars worth anything more than face value? have a very large collection of them

Man said...

bicentennial silver dollars worth anything more than face value?

Of course the silver ones are always at silver prices of $5.50 currently.

The clad ones are only $1.00.

For either clad or silver they must be MS-63 to have real value and then it's just 4 times the prices I just listed.

lenny said...

Hello
I have a 5 $ bill with red stamp and red numeration from 1963 series
also 5$ bill from 1950 series b
Thanks

Man said...

5 $ bill with red stamp and red numeration from 1963 series

About $12.00

also 5$ bill from 1950 series b

About $7.50

Anonymous said...

I have three 1957B Silver Certificate dollars. One has a star in front of the serial numbers, the others have an X. The star serial number is 32230920B, the others are X39607651A and X81558283A. All three are signed by C. Douglas Dillon. What is the value of these bills. Thank you very much.

Man said...

1957B Silver Certificate dollars I'll assume in very-fine condition.

*32230920B about $4.00
X39607651A about $2.50
X81558283A about $2.50

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935a yellow seal "north africa" "star" note serial *92176353 note and a 2nd consecutive note of the same type, serial number R92176354 with 6 signatures on the back "short snorter". Any idea on the value of thee notes?

Man said...

I assume you mean $1.00 bills.

1935a yellow seal "north africa" "star" note serial *92176353 note
There is a problem because according to the book your bill is not in the range plus your missing the last letter in the serial number, is it A or B?

If yours is real it may be worth thousands but I would need to see a good scan because I'm confused.

2nd consecutive note of the same type, serial number R92176354 with 6 signatures on the back "short snorter".

Again there is information missing from the serial number but without the signatures it's about $30.00 the signatures may add value if you can track down who signed it.


You said three notes but I only count two if you want to ask again and add some pictures please feel free to do so.
I was a bit confused with what you actually have.

Anonymous said...

the serial numbers are * 92176353 C with the yellow seal on the first and the 2nd is R 92176354 C with a yellow seal featuring the signatures on the back called a short snorter is a tradition from many ways of military past and different traditions. It is basically defaced money since people signed the bill with ink. These bills were my grandfathers and came back with him after his service in WW2. Both have been in my family and will remain in my family but was wondering about values for insurance purposes( trying to decide if insurance is worth it on a portion of family heirlooms). I am unable to provide scans as I am lacking a digital camera or a scanner at this moment.

Also i meant "these, not "three". I apologize for the typo.

Man said...

* 92176353 C with the yellow seal
No yellow seal star note ever ended with a C only an A.
Anyone I asked says this not possible and ask for a scan of the note.
Until the time you can get good pictures it would fine to insure it for $150.00 because that is the average value of a low grade 1935A star note.

If you find a PCGS authorized dealer in your area ask him if he can attribute this note.

2nd is R 92176354 C with a yellow seal

I'm very familiar with short snorters and if they have signature of the President, the First Lady, or any Admirals or heroes of the war it can be worth a lot.

For non-famous signatures on a North African note it's about $40.00 if you have a collection with pictures of all the signers and one or two "war heroes" then it starts at $50 and climbs fast.

Check out this link...
http://www.shortsnorter.org/


Either way you have some great history.

Michael said...

I have a 2006 bill marked S/N A45133121B a dollar bill. On the back, it is mismarked, overprinted. On the back, you can see 1/4 of it printed in black, obverse, with no problem. What is it worth?

Anonymous said...

Hello,

I have inherited a $500 bill, Washington D.C., Series of 1928, Federal Reserve Atlanta Georgia, Green Seal, F00019828A.

It is in very good condition. Any information on the value and history would be most appreciated!

Thanks,
B. Boyd

Man said...

2006 bill marked S/N A45133121B a dollar bill. On the back, it is mismarked, overprinted. On the back, you can see 1/4 of it printed in black, obverse, with no problem.

About $150.00

$500 bill, Washington D.C., Series of 1928, Federal Reserve Atlanta Georgia, Green Seal, F00019828A.

It is in very good condition.


These were made in small numbers and over half of the printed notes were later destroyed.
Yours is from a printing of 69,360 although the highest number reported was F00021935A.

In very fine it's about $1,600.00 it might be worth grading if you think it would be crisp-uncirculated(CU).

In CU it's about $2,500.00.

Dave Wrap said...

Outstanding site and excellent response time. I commend you! Based on some I've read here, I have a ballpark figure of an answer, but best to be sure.

1935C Silver Cert $1
Serial: K57031532E
Signed by: John W. Snyder
Fair, circulated condition.

Need to know more, or is this a common bill?

Man said...

1935C Silver Cert $1
Serial: K57031532E
Signed by: John W. Snyder
Fair, circulated condition.


It's about $3.00 it's fairly common with over 3 billion printed.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I just recently came across a $25 stack of uncirculated $1 bills series 1963. They are sequential from serial L03876726A through L03876750A. Are the Bills worth anything higher than face value or is the stack worth more?

Man said...

$25 stack of uncirculated $1 bills series 1963. They are sequential from serial L03876726A through L03876750A.

In crisp-unirculated they're about $2.50 each the stack does not bring in any extra value.

They are a common note with 100,000,000 printed.

Anonymous said...

Hi I was wondering if I could get the value of some of my old bills.

20$ 1934A series,new york new york
B2662116A
no in god we trust on the back side.

$1 1963A ny ny B43424624B

$1 1969 Kansas City star * note
J00433751*

$5 1999 star note BF16939884*
$5 2001 star note CK02123129*
$5 2006 star note IA 01612875*
$5 2006 star note IA 03212204*

Thanks for your help.

Man said...

20$ 1934A B2662116A
About $50.00 in very-fine.

$1 1963A B43424624B
About $3.00 in very-fine.

$1 1969 J00433751*
About $2.00 in very-fine.

$5 1999 star note BF16939884*
About $7.50 in very-fine.

$5 2001 star note CK02123129*
About $7.50 in very-fine.

$5 2006 star note IA 01612875*
About $7.50 in very-fine.

$5 2006 star note IA 03212204*
About $15.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

Hello can you please see what value any of my star notes have.

$1 1995 I03690535*

$1 1999 B08986377*
$1 1999 L15351006*
$1 1999 A00390434*
$1 1999 L13412397*

$1 2001 L01982570*
$1 2001 A03942684*
$1 2001 F06895016*
$1 2001 L02576451*

$1 2003A B09710924*
2003A B10929215*
2003A B11903215*
2003A B10422499*
2003A B10002117*
2003A C03253894*
2003A C02222224*
2003A F00543222*
2003A F11645155*
2003A F06577846*
2003A F13204908*
2003A F12427227*
2003A F14406345*
2003A F11287382*
2003A F12898918*
2003A F10346861*
2003A F12538303*
2003A F11567413*
2003A F01358259*
2003A K00024499*
2003A J00651980*
2003A J02182295*
2003A J01426600*
2003A J02468240*

$1 2003 B10967564*
2003 B08520980*
2003 B11194269*
2003 B10819135*
2003 D00054425*
2003 E12369396*
2003 E03648440*
2003 E10225574*
2003 E11328328*
2003 E00107101*
2003 E11329900*
2003 F00182012*
2003 L01269269*
Also $1
1957 silver cert blue
RO8719819A

Any info would be a great..tia

Man said...

Assuming crisp-ncirculated for all.

$1 1995 I03690535* about $3.00
$1 1999 B08986377* about $2.50
$1 1999 L15351006* about $2.50
$1 1999 A00390434* about $22.50
$1 1999 L13412397* about $2.50

$1 2001 L01982570* about $3.00
$1 2001 A03942684* about $3.00
$1 2001 F06895016* about $2.50
$1 2001 L02576451* about $3.00

$1 2003A B09710924* about $5.00
2003A B10929215* about $5.00
2003A B11903215* about $5.00
2003A B10422499* about $5.00
2003A B10002117* about $5.00
2003A C03253894* about $25.00
2003A C02222224* about $10.00
2003A F00543222* about $2.50
2003A F11645155* about $2.50
2003A F06577846* about $30.00
2003A F13204908* about $2.50
2003A F12427227* about $2.50
2003A F14406345* about $2.50
2003A F11287382* about $2.50
2003A F12898918* about $2.50
2003A F10346861* about $2.50
2003A F12538303* about $2.50
2003A F11567413* about $2.50
2003A F01358259* about $2.50
2003A K00024499* about $25.00
2003A J00651980* about $4.00
2003A J02182295* about $4.00
2003A J01426600* about $4.00
2003A J02468240* about $4.00

$1 2003 B10967564* about $3.00
2003 B08520980* about $3.00
2003 B11194269* about $3.00
2003 B10819135* about $3.00
2003 D00054425* about $25.00
2003 E12369396* about $2.50
2003 E03648440* about $2.50
2003 E10225574* about $2.50
2003 E11328328* about $2.50
2003 E00107101* about $25.00
2003 E11329900* about $2.50
2003 F00182012* about $30.00
2003 L01269269* about $3.00
Also $1
1957 silver cert blue
RO8719819A about $2.50 in very-fine.

Nice collection.

MissDovishaw said...

I need to know the value for a 1950 $20 bill. It is a series A seriel number D59011385A. It is in near mint condition. Thank you

Man said...

1950 $20 bill. It is a series A seriel number D59011385A. It is in near mint condition.

This must be a series 1950-A it's about $25.00.

Anonymous said...

Hello,
Could you tell me what value my Star notes and my older bills might have.

$1 1969 G37909484B

$1 2003A F00622549*
$1 2003A E04067556*

I also today received a $1 2003A
L35190077Q washed out kinda bill but is shorter in length with a tiny mark on the back left corner like a printer trim line.

If it's fake or real would a counterfit pen test ruin the value. Thanks

Man said...

$1 1969 G37909484B about $1.00 in very-fine.

$1 2003A F00622549* about $1.50 in very-fine.
$1 2003A E04067556* about $1.50 in very-fine.

$1 2003A
L35190077Q washed out kinda bill but is shorter in length with a tiny mark on the back left corner like a printer trim line.


The pen test may ruin it, it sounds real possibly a cutting error very minor in that condition it would have less then $3.00 value.

Anonymous said...

Couple of more Star Notes got today,reverse #'s on one.

$1 2003A F14416336*

$1 2006 L00464544*

Anything of value here.tia

Great website!

Man said...

$1 2003A F14416336* about $2.50 unfortunately the numbers are not true repeaters or radar so no extra value.

$1 2006 L00464544* about $25.00 this one is fairly new Sept. 2007 and a low printing of 640,000.

Man said...

Oh I forgot to add I assumed both were crisp-uncirculated.

Anonymous said...

Hi received a $20 star note today could it be anything of value? tia

$20 1999 series BB 07581242*

Thanks

Man said...

$20 1999 series BB 07581242*

About $22.50 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

Hi was able to get 2 star notes today any help on a value? tia

$5 2006 IA 00910869*

$1 2003A F 12492391*

Man said...

$5 2006 IA 00910869*
About $15.00 in crisp-uncirculated.

$1 2003A F 12492391*
About $2.50 in crisp-uncirculated.

Anonymous said...

Hi
I have a few $1 bills with some serial #'s running any chance they any of them are worth more then face value?
Thanks

$1 2003 C 00020100 C

$1 2003 K 45777777 F

$1 2001 F 74444416 E

$1 2006 H 88807777 B

$1 2003A B 22222352 C

$1 2006 D 73755777 A

$1 2006 D 77779939 A

$1 2003A L 33000030 Q

$1 2006 G 12344449 C

$1 2006 A 30007337 A

$1 2006 B 00599335 B
this one has a shift down of the green seal and serial # sitting very close to washington dc

Man said...

$1 bills with some serial #'s running any chance they any of them are worth more then face value?

What you are talking about is fancy numbers. Unfortunately none of these completely qualify.

If they are crisp-uncirculated they may have a $2.00 value but the numbers barely affect it.

The ones worth keeping are
$1 2003 C 00020100 C it will reach the peak value in the year 2010.

$1 2003A L 33000030 Q
$1 2003 K 45777777 F
$1 2003A B 22222352 C

Lesser still...

$1 2001 F 74444416 E
$1 2006 H 88807777 B

Yet they are not true repeaters yours are "5 or more of a kind".

maxsoto said...

i have a one dollar bill from 1957 with serial number U82625355A and it's a silver certificate, is that worth anything?

thanks

Man said...

one dollar bill from 1957 with serial number U82625355A

About $2.50 in very-fine.

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