Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Loonie Ten Dollars

Do you have a coin or 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.

Back in April I got a new ten dollar bill in my change on the same day I got a 1987 Canadian dollar coin. Since then I've got lots of questions on a possible error on the ten dollar bill.

10and1
Look at the note carefully this is what a new crisp ten dollar bill looks like.

10and2

Now the question of error on the new ten dollar bill.
It is a myth people asked why does the 2006 note have a 2004 date, is that an error?
NO!

When a new bill has a design change they change the date to what ever year the change was made. If the design change is minor like a signature or adding color then a letter is added to the date, so 2004 turns to 2004A.

No ten dollar bill errors have been verified.

As for the Loonie coin it was the first Loonie coin in Canada's dollar coin series. There is another common 1987 Canadian dollar but it is 10x rarer. It is also an 11 sided coin, I think the cashier who gave it to me confused it with a U.S. golden dollar.

Here are the values of those pictured above...
Type / Country: 10 dollar bill / United States
Year: 2004A
Mintage: 51,200,000
Value: $10.00 in all grades unless it has been professional certified.

Type / Country: 1 dollar-Loon / Canada
Year: 1987
Mintage: 205,405,000
Metal: Aureate-Bronze Plated Nickel
Value: $2.25 in MS-63(this one is about $1.25 because it is worn)

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

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

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Anonymous said...

I always thought the U.S. mints were good spots to buy coins. Today, I went to the Philidelphia mint and i was shocked. i bought a 1969 proof set and it the case was cracked. the coins could be easily slipped out of the holder.i returned and the next one was cracked the third one was ok, but it cost $24!

Man said...

The older the holder the more likely it will crack.

Also that is a gift shop and from what I know about museum gift shops people manhandle the stuff and they have to be resold and it is overpriced.

1969 proof set is about $8.00

I bought my 1969 prof for $10 here LINK
They are very good and I've spent hundreds in that place.

Cyrus said...

I have a 1969 $10 bill in pretty good condition...a lot better than you'd think for a bill that's been in circulation for that many years, anyway. How much would it be worth?

Man said...

1969 $10 bill in pretty good condition
Assuming crisp-uncirculated (CU) about $18.00 but if less then CU it is just face value.

Anonymous said...

1969
serial B41814347F
normal wear of a bill.

Man said...

1969
serial B41814347F
normal wear of a bill.


This has to be a 1969-C series about $12.50 in very-fine only $10.00 in lesser grades.

Anonymous said...

i haVE A $10 BILL FROM 1928 THAT LOOKS LIKE FRONT OF BILL IS OFF AND THE BACK IS CENTERED CORRECTLY
IS THIS BILL WOTH ANYTHING

Anonymous said...

I TRYED TO PAY MY CAR NOTE AT THE BANK WITH CASH AND THE PERSON BEHIND THE COUNTER GAVE ME BACK ONE OF THE 50 DOLLAR BILLSA AND ASKED FOR ANOTHER ONE ADVISED ME NO GOOD I ASKED WHAT WRONH SHE SAID HAD TRO FACES AND SHE VERIFIED THAT IS WAS LEGAL TENDER THE BANK MANAGER ORFFERED 1000 FOR IT I TOOK IT BACK HOME CAN YOU TELL ME THE WORTH

Man said...

$10 BILL FROM 1928 THAT LOOKS LIKE FRONT OF BILL IS OFF AND THE BACK IS CENTERED CORRECTLY

Being off-center is not anything special but without a serial number, seal color and condition I can't estimate value.

50 DOLLAR BILLSA AND ASKED FOR ANOTHER ONE ADVISED ME NO GOOD I ASKED WHAT WRONH SHE SAID HAD TRO FACES AND SHE VERIFIED THAT IS WAS LEGAL TENDER THE BANK MANAGER ORFFERED 1000

Again without a serial number, seal color and condition I can't estimate value. I'm confused with your comment it doesn't make sense.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1963 canadian dollar coin with a canoe instead of a loon so, how much is it worth

Man said...

1963 canadian dollar coin

About $10.30 mostly for the silver content.

Anonymous said...

1938 D Buffalo Nickel, 3-legged, buffalo is not upside down, small raised "1" just off buffalo's nose by rim of coin...
what's it worth? Thanks!
******@att.net

Man said...

1938 D Buffalo Nickel, 3-legged, buffalo is not upside down, small raised "1" just off buffalo's nose by rim of coin...

Never heard of this type you need to have it graded or seen by experts I cannot assess value.

carol said...

no he's upside down

carol said...

thanks

Man said...

no he's upside down
?????

Anonymous said...

i have a 1928 silver dollar whats it worth? i was just woindering if it is worth anything.. thanks

Man said...

1928 silver dollar
Assuming U.S. about $475.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

i have a 2006 canadian loonie and it is silver colour, not bronz colour just wanted to know the value thankyou danny.

Man said...

2006 canadian loonie and it is silver colour, not bronz colour

This is most likely a collectors coin made of silver it's about $30.00.

Anonymous said...

JUST CAME ACROSS 1952 CANADIAN 25 CENTS CAN YOU GIVE ME A VALUE

Man said...

1952 CANADIAN 25 CENTS
About $2.10 mostly for the silver content.

Anonymous said...

just wondering if i can post. i have 3 kennedy half dollars1964
1967
1969
just wondering the value thanks

Anonymous said...

i have an olypiade xxI Montreal $5 coin, Indian in a canoe 1976 other side elizabeath canada 1974.what would the value be thankyou.

Man said...

kennedy half dollars
1964 about $5.00
1967 about $2.00
1969 about $2.00

olypiade xxI Montreal $5 coin, Indian in a canoe 1976 other side elizabeath canada 1974.
About $13.00

Tara Cotta said...

I have a series 1950 - 10 dollar bill serial number G44064396B, its in pretty good condition,, not mint, but no tears and just the slightest of creases. Is it worth more than just $10?

Man said...

1950 - 10 dollar bill serial number G44064396B, its in pretty good condition,, not mint, but no tears and just the slightest of creases

About $12.00 it is very common and often found in crisp condition.

So if you feel like using it go ahead no big loss.

Ben Dubrovsky said...

Hi,

I've got 2 $10 bills from 1990, almost sequential serial numbers (1 off), and they show a progression of misalignment in the black ink on the front. Are these worth anything more than $10 each?

Image can be found at http://i931.photobucket.com/albums/ad158/bdubrovsky/tens.jpg

Thanks,

Ben

Man said...

2 $10 bills from 1990, almost sequential serial numbers (1 off), and they show a progression of misalignment in the black ink on the front. Are these worth anything more than $10 each?

This is a minor Faulty Alignment error it has no extra value.

They look very crisp so it may bring $30 for the pair but that is more quality than error value.

dustyrose said...

I have a $10.00 bill from 1928 B with a green seal is good condition. can you tell me what is worth
It says FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE on top

Man said...

$10.00 bill from 1928 B with a green seal is good condition.

About $20.00

ccars said...

I have a $10 Federal Reserve Note - series 1950, serial D62111719C in fair condition (minor creases.) It is crisp. Is it worth more than face value?

Man said...

$10 Federal Reserve Note - series 1950, serial D62111719C in fair condition (minor creases.)

This is a 1950-D it's about $12.50.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I have a 1969 $10 Star Note with a serial # of A00909418 in excellent circulated condition with no creases or marks on it and the corners are still sharp. Was wondering if you had any info on what it may be worth? Thanks!

Man said...

1969 $10 Star Note with a serial # of A00909418 in excellent circulated condition with no creases or marks on it and the corners are still sharp.

About $35.00

Jeff said...

I have a Series 1950 A Ten Dollar Bill with a green seal. The seal seems to be misaligned as it isn't centered directly behind the "TEN". The seal is almost centered directly behind the "TE" in TEN. Any idea on its value?

S/N C22091579B

Anonymous said...

I HAVE A 1950 SERIES A TEN DOLLAR BILL SERIAL #A83727994A IT HAS A 1 ON EACH CORNE AND THE LETTER H ON THE LEFT SIDE AND H190 ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT SIDE... SEAL IS GREEN BEHIND THE T.E.N. BUT NOT CENTERED... CAN U PLEASE TELL ME WHAT IT IS WORTH?

Man said...

1950 A Ten Dollar Bill with a green seal. The seal seems to be misaligned as it isn't centered directly behind the "TEN". The seal is almost centered directly behind the "TE" in TEN. Any idea on its value?
S/N C22091579B


This is normal a 1-5% shift is allowed only if the shift is 25% is it considered an error.
It's about $12.00.

Man said...

1950 SERIES A TEN DOLLAR BILL SERIAL #A83727994A IT HAS A 1 ON EACH CORNE AND THE LETTER H ON THE LEFT SIDE AND H190 ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT SIDE... SEAL IS GREEN BEHIND THE T.E.N. BUT NOT CENTERED

Like the previous response this is normal.
It's about $12.00.

Anonymous said...

Hi
I have a few bills here. Trying to find out if there is any value
1 dollar series 1957 silver certificate m52091138a
188 on the back very good condition crisp no folds
1 dollar series 2003a b07152784* bank of new york 51 on the back circulated condition folds
10$ silver certificate series 1934a yellow seal b13466603a 845 on the back circulated two heavy folds
10$ 1934a fed bank of phila. c59251323a 717 on the back circulated condition light folds one small tear
10$ 1950 b fed bank of chicago g60110705f 1727 on the back one heavy fold circulated
20$ series of 1928 fed bank of cleveland d10575030a 57 on the back. some folds
thank you very much.

Man said...

1 dollar series 1957 silver certificate m52091138a 188 on the back very good condition crisp no folds
About $5.00

1 dollar series 2003a b07152784* bank of new york 51 on the back circulated condition folds
About $2.50

10$ silver certificate series 1934a yellow seal b13466603a 845 on the back circulated two heavy folds
About $90.00

10$ 1934a fed bank of phila. c59251323a 717 on the back circulated condition light folds one small tear
About $10.00

10$ 1950 b fed bank of chicago g60110705f 1727 on the back one heavy fold circulated
About $12.00

20$ series of 1928 fed bank of cleveland d10575030a 57 on the back. some folds
About $50.00

Anonymous said...

thank you very much for the info on my bills.
I've been gathering old and odd money for sometime. most of it comes from my job as a cashier.(just missed a five dollar star note because I didn't have have another 5 to replace it with) I've really never looked up the values.
I've noticed that when the economy gets bad, people use their old,odd money to pay for items.
I've seen rolls of silver dimes, quarters and lots of wheat pennies. I've even got a nickle from a proof set in my change.

Man said...

Most of my change comes from friendly cashiers, they know I collect and since they have low value they give them. I do promise if I ever find a rare coin to split the value but that has not happened yet.

Good luck with your finds.

Punxsyredneck said...

I was wondering if anyone can tell me anything about a $10 bill. I got this bill as change back from a gas station and went to pay for lunch when the Burger King girl wouldn't take it thought it was fake b/c it reads will pay to the bearer on demand Ten Dollars. I gave her a different one, but later I looked at the bill and it is from Series 1950D. It also has the serial L14443128*. It is circulated but no rips or pinholes. You can definitely tell it has been in some wallets over the years but still in good condition. Should I hold on to it or take it to the bank and exchange it for a new one?

Man said...

$10...Series 1950D. It also has the serial L14443128*. It is circulated but no rips or pinholes.

About $60.00 it is a star note so it will always have a premium at this point for most collectors it is about eye appeal and grading.
Of course a higher grade would bring more value but still even at "good grade" at $30 it can easily be sold.

Anonymous said...

found 6 dimes 3 nickels and 4 pennys all 1967
app.value ?thankyou

Man said...

6 dimes 3 nickels and 4 pennys all 1967

What country?

Anonymous said...

canada

Anonymous said...

just came across 2 canadian nickels 1940
1942 thx

Man said...

Canada 1967
dimes about $0.80 each
nickels about $0.06 each
pennys about $0.03 each

canadian nickels
1940 about $0.20
1942 about $0.40

n2deepagain said...

I got a 1987 Canadian dollar LOONIE coin When you hold it face up and flip the coin the loon is upside down, is this a rare error coin?

Man said...

1987 Canadian dollar LOONIE coin When you hold it face up and flip the coin the loon is upside down

When you hold it face up and flip the coin FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, IF the loon is upside down then it is an error called Rotated Die error.

While I've heard of this for 1982 I never seen one for 1987 it would start at $50.00 but again there are no auctions to compare it to.

Anonymous said...

Is there anything special about a 1969 U.S. $10.00 bill? What's its' value?

Man said...

1969 U.S. $10.00 bill just $100.00 in very-fine unless it is a star note.

Anonymous said...

how much is a series a 1938 10 dollar bill worth?

Man said...

series a 1938 10 dollar bill worth

What country?

Anonymous said...

How much is a US 1898 silver dollar worth? Thanks

Anonymous said...

US

Man said...

series a 1938 10 dollar bill worth ...US

No such thing, do you mean 1928?

Man said...

US 1898 silver dollar about $22.00

Anonymous said...

I don't know let me look

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry US 1934 a series

Anonymous said...

Thank you

Anonymous said...

how much is a US series a 1934 10 dollar bill worth?

Man said...

US series a 1934 10 dollar bill

Depends a lot on serial number and back number but they average about $15.00.

Anonymous said...

I have several one dollar and two dollar canadian bills, uncirculated, the last year of circulation...are they worth anything? thanks
Mike

Man said...

one dollar and two dollar canadian bills, uncirculated, the last year of circulation

The one dollars are about $5.00 each
The two dollars are about $4.00 each

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 $10 dollar bill. number C 56897936 A.

The sec of state sig is John Snyder with "3" on all four corners. It says SERIES abouve the date but no letter. In the bottom right, it says B133. On the back, the number 1334. Any value? Thanks!

Man said...

1950 $10 dollar bill. number C 56897936 A

About $12.00

Anonymous said...

1969 $10 dollar bill. it has the #2 in each corner. says b2 and b43. says B 25782992 B

Man said...

1969 $10 dollar bill B25782992B about $10.00

Anonymous said...

$10 US bill 1969B C96342547 Anyone got any idea of the value? Thanks!

Man said...

$10 US bill 1969B C96342547A

About $35.00

Joel said...

Hi, I have a couple of bills here,

a 10 dollar US note from 1934 Series D with E57832116 B from Richmond Virginia in good condition

and a 2 dollar US note from 1928 series D with C74571522A it says on it "Will pay on Demand"


Thank you!

Man said...

10 dollar US note from 1934 Series D with E57832116 B from Richmond Virginia in good condition
About $15.00

2 dollar US note from 1928 series D with C74571522A
About $15.00

Anonymous said...

what is the value of a series 1928 A 10 dollar bill
to the left of the image is a circle with the number 7 and to the right of the image the seal is green.. it says federal reserve bank of chicago

Man said...

1928 A 10 dollar US note...federal reserve bank of chicago illinois

About $50.00

Gandhi said...

I was curious if you knew the value of the following $10 bills:

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

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...

Hello--I have an OFF-CENTERED both sides(hoping that makes it MORE valuable) 1950's Series A #g40272682d. It is not mint, but not torn. I was told it was fake, and they tried to confinscate it and were going to call the police!!

Man said...

It may still be a fake if it is a $20 bill.
Any lower bill it may be real.

That said the Off-Center does not add any value unless a piece of another bill. Or if more than 15% of the design is missing.

FuLLeRtOn*T*tOwN said...

$10 series 1950 A serial number A033279463B plate number 1466 any value?? thank you appreciate any help

Man said...

$10 series 1950 A serial number A033279463B plate number 1466

About $12.00

Anonymous said...

I have a $10.00 star note from 2001 # CB 00317516* ... How much is it worth?

Man said...

$10.00 star note from 2001 # CB 00317516* about $25.00

Anonymous said...

i have a 1928 A $10.00 bill federal reserve bank of chicago illinois its condition is fair it has som tairs in the right half corner, what is it worth

Man said...

1928 A $10.00 bill federal reserve bank of chicago illinois its condition is fair it has som tairs in the right half corner

About $50.00

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know the value of a 1938 one dollar bill( Canadian )

Man said...

1938 one dollar bill( Canadian ) ????Not possible recheck the date.

Anonymous said...

1929 $20 National Currency Note, Brown Seal, SN I00765365A, From the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.

1929 $20 National Currency Note, Brown Seal, SN G01826473A, From the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.

1928 A $10 Federal Reserve Note, Green Seal, SN H04260883A, From the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. The thing I'm confused about is there is a #8 in the circle to the left of the face instead of a letter, I can't find any info on this, any idea? All bills have light wear and some folds.

Man said...

1929 $20 National Currency Note, Brown Seal, SN I00765365A, From the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.
About $50.00

1929 $20 National Currency Note, Brown Seal, SN G01826473A, From the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.
About $45.00

1928 A $10 Federal Reserve Note, Green Seal, SN H04260883A, From the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. The thing I'm confused about is there is a #8 in the circle to the left of the face instead of a letter,
About $75.00 this is normal they did not start using District Letters until the 1928-B series.

Anonymous said...

Do you know the value of 1969 B series 10 dollar bill? Serial Number is L89691649A it's in fairly good condition.

Man said...

1969 B series 10 dollar bill? Serial Number is L89691649A it's in fairly good condition.

About $35.00

Anonymous said...

I have a Bank of Philadelphia $10 bill, series 1934A Federal Reserve Note with serial number C41753469A, with 635 in the lower right corner of the backside. It is in near perfect condition. While it has no creases, tears, or pinholes, it lacks the crisp of a true perfect condition bill. Could someone please help me place a value on it? And who would I look to as potential buyers?

Man said...

$10 bill, series 1934A Federal Reserve Note with serial number C41753469A, with 635 in the lower right corner of the backside. It is in near perfect condition.

About $40.00 it may bring more value if graded.
Since this bill is common and ungraded eBay is you best bet.
If graded Gem Unc. 66 or higher it is best to sell on Heritage or eBay.

Anonymous said...

Hi I have a one dollar bill 2006 D57828032A, it looks perfectly normal in front but the back is printed over with the front of the bill. Mint condition, any thoug
hts?

Man said...

one dollar bill 2006 D57828032A, it looks perfectly normal in front but the back is printed over with the front of the bill. Mint condition,

Offset printing error about $200.00 if 100% transfer.

Anonymous said...

What would a 1969c series $10 bill with serial # A40207621B be worth? It has the number "1" in all 4 corners and has no tears or creases. It also has a "C4" in the upper left and "C226" in the lower right. Thank you very much.

Man said...

1969c series $10 bill with serial # A40207621B about $12.00

adnamA said...

I have an 1987 loonie AND what looks to me as a mis-stirke of a 1987 loonie because it looks like 1937, which is impossible. Is there any imformation on something like this?

Thanks

Man said...

1987 loonie AND what looks to me as a mis-stirke of a 1987 loonie because it looks like 1937, which is impossible.

Sounds like a Struck Through Grease error which is a general term when a design element is missing from any coin. Something got in the way while minting and blocked the full 8 from being pressed.

Very common, no extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have a crisp series 1969 10 dollar bill K05361747A. Does anyone know what it's worth?

Man said...

crisp series 1969 10 dollar bill K05361747A about $18.00

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have a series 1969 C $10 bill serial number C28757775B, could I bother you for a possible value? It has a somewhat heavy crease vertically through the portrait and 2 light folds on the other quarters of the bill. Thanks!

Man said...

1969 C $10 bill serial number C28757775B, could I bother you for a possible value? It has a somewhat heavy crease vertically through the portrait and 2 light folds

About $12.00

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

How do you find all thesre values?

Anonymous said...

Hi, I have a few bills I have been holding on to and I am wondering if they are worth anything more than face value...

-2 consecutive US 2009 $1 Serials B38444430-1D (straight from bank, never folded)

-2006 US $1 serial L00000212N (2 moderate folds in center)

-2006 US $1 serial E17777771C (circulated)

-1995 US $1 serial B47899925Q (portrait and other design ink is light gray) (2 light folds)

-2 US 1988A $1 serials L08350728A and L08350739A (Never folded)

-1988 US $1 serial B45201766E (All design except serial numbers and seals are EXTREMELY light)(a few folds)

-1963 US $1 serial C09474117* (Zero folds)

-3 US consecutive 1957B silver certs serials V29728504-06A (CU)

-1973 Canadian $1 bill serial AB2998977 (a few folds)

-1954 Canadian $1 serial K/F3160969 (circulated)

-1981 US $5 serial L59325543B (circulated)

-1950D US $5 serial A07257517* (worn, torn stained)

-1950A US $5 Serial B54733202C (2 very light folds)

-1981A US $10 serial A16279090A (circulated)

-1963A US $10 serial B32803011B (circulated)

-1969A US $20 serial G26439190B (one very light fold)

-1990 US $50 serial A26020941A (one extremely light fold in center, barely noticable)

-1974 US $100 serial B41989945A (one extremely light fold also barely noticable)

THANK YOU!!

Man said...

How do you find all thesre values?

Books, magazines, auctions, forums, and private sales. I try and find the average and then give the lower values.

I prefer to to undervalue since it often fees and other expenses are associated with selling collectibles.

Man said...

-2 consecutive US 2009 $1 Serials B38444430-1D (straight from bank, never folded)
--About $2.00 each

-2006 US $1 serial L00000212N (2 moderate folds in center)
--About $15.00

-2006 US $1 serial E17777771C (circulated)
--About $20.00

-1995 US $1 serial B47899925Q (portrait and other design ink is light gray) (2 light folds)
--About $125.00 Insufficient Ink error

-2 US 1988A $1 serials L08350728A and L08350739A (Never folded)
--About $2.00 each

-1988 US $1 serial B45201766E (All design except serial numbers and seals are EXTREMELY light)(a few folds)
--About $250.00 if Insufficient Ink error

-1963 US $1 serial C09474117* (Zero folds)
--About $3.50

-3 US consecutive 1957B silver certs serials V29728504-06A (CU)
--About $5.00 each

-1973 Canadian $1 bill serial AB2998977 (a few folds)
--About $1.50

-1954 Canadian $1 serial K/F3160969 (circulated)
--About $2.00

-1981 US $5 serial L59325543B (circulated)
--About $5.50

-1950D US $5 serial A07257517* (worn, torn stained)
--About $12.50

-1950A US $5 Serial B54733202C (2 very light folds)
--About $6.00

-1981A US $10 serial A16279090A (circulated)
--About $11.00

-1963A US $10 serial B32803011B (circulated)
--About $11.00

-1969A US $20 serial G26439190B (one very light fold)
--About $25.00

-1990 US $50 serial A26020941A (one extremely light fold in center, barely noticable)
--About $50.00

-1974 US $100 serial B41989945A (one extremely light fold also barely noticable)
--About $100.00

Anonymous said...

Hmm I guss I've done OK holding on to some of my bills, I love money, and I'll continue to hold on to the interesting ones...

Thank you so much for the info!

Man said...

Hmm I guss I've done OK holding on to some of my bills,

Yes the higher bills like $50 and $100 take longer to grow in value because they last longer.

Anonymous said...

value 1993 C59901218A light gray ink on picture the seal and number is still very green though, i dont know why do you?

Man said...

1993 C59901218A light gray ink on picture the seal and number is still very green though, i dont know why do you?

Could be an Insufficient Ink Error about $125.00.

Then again it could have been damaged by acid or water, no extra value.

Anonymous said...

how could i find out if it was insufficient ink? and why is just the picture light not the circle and numbers light too? just curious... thank you for the information :)

Man said...

how could i find out if it was insufficient ink? and why is just the picture light not the circle and numbers light too?

The front portrait and design are made the 1st printing the and the serial number and seals are made during the 3rd and finally printing.

Just the 1st missing indicates a true error.
If the 1st and 3rd printing were missing this would indicate damage.

You can put a picture on line and link it here but I can only guess maybe 50/50.
The better way to confirm is have a coin dealer or coin club to look at it in hand. Expert eyes are needed.

Anonymous said...

ok ill go to my local coin dealer thank you!

also i have an odd sounding 1980p quarter it sounds almost like a mix between a clad and a silver quarter, do you have any ideas on this? my only idea is that it is fake...

Man said...

odd sounding 1980p quarter it sounds almost like a mix between a clad and a silver quarter, do you have any ideas on this?

Weigh it.
It may be an Off-Metal error but only can be known by weight. Also check the edge to see if there is a copper strip.

Anonymous said...

hello i have 2 bills could you help value them?

1995 E70133898R no folds

1977A D08342773D slight crisp left

and i got a 1944 p wartime nickel but the reverse is peeling away could this be fake? or an error? thank you!

Man said...

1995 E70133898R no folds

1977A D08342773D slight crisp left

--What denominations?

1944 p wartime nickel but the reverse is peeling away could this be fake? or an error?
--These often are found flaking because of the silver. It may be a lamination error but it should be seen in hand by an expert.

Anonymous said...

sorry they are both $1 bills, and thank you for the nickel info

Man said...

$1 bills
1995 E70133898R no folds just $1.00

1977A D08342773D slight crisp left about $1.50

Oh and the 1944-P nickel is at least $2.35 because of silver value.

Anonymous said...

ok thank you!

and I have 5 consecutive $1 from 2009

serials G24540552-556A perfect, from the bank no folds or even any slight bends any value in these?

Man said...

$1 from 2009

serials G24540552-556A perfect, from the bank no folds or even any slight bends


About $2.00 but it great to keep these perfect notes aside because as time goes on they will gain value faster.

If the eliminate the dollar bill and 20 years pass these maybe worth $20 each. Don't expect to retire with these.

Good instincts keep hunting.

Anonymous said...

Awesome! I was thinking the same thing! I'll hold on to these, and i think ill try to get several consec's every week when i get paid, it could be a good investment...

Man said...

i think ill try to get several consec's every week when i get paid, it could be a good investment...

Honestly if you want a better investment buy $5.00 worth of silver coins.

I would say keep an eye out for older notes, error notes, or star notes. Just get a few example of new notes they take too long to gain value.

Anonymous said...

thanks for the opinion! I add about and ounce a month to my silver, and i work a register at my job so i find silver coins everyonce in a while, it makes the day! haha ive been roll searching halves and thats sweet! and i just remembered I have a $2 star note serial I03050571* and its in ok shape, it has a slight tear but other than that it in good shape, do you have any idea for a value?

I really apprecieate your input

Man said...

$2 star note serial I03050571* and its in ok shape, it has a slight tear but other than that it in good shape,

Assuming 2003 it's about $2.50 very common.

Great to hear about how you collect.
Finding silvers for face value is always great. I also like the world coins I find even when they little value.

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

I keep every foreign coin i come across, theyre just very interesting, I was given about 50 mexican 20 centavo coins from about 1944-1970 and i love them, amazing detail

Man said...

50 mexican 20 centavo coins from about 1944-1970

Nice in extra-fine condition 1951, 1959 are about $9.00 each.
1952 is $5.00 in the same grade.

Most are about $1.00 in that grade but it depends on year of course.

Anonymous said...

some bills could i get soem values?

thank you

-Series 1928 D $2 red seal serial D18934357A 3 slight folds

-1935 F $1 silver cert. serial Z78938685I circulated

-1935 G $1 silver cert. serial D51566821J circulated

-1963 $5 red seal serial A57898386A 3 folds

-1976 $2 serial A06354821A 3 folds

-1929 $2 red seal A30724105A well worn and dark

Anonymous said...

I remember hearing something about the $1 2003 A F-M block carrying a premium? is this true? and if so do you know why?

Man said...

-Series 1928 D $2 red seal serial D18934357A 3 slight folds
--About $15.00

-1935 F $1 silver cert. serial Z78938685I circulated
--About $4.00

-1935 G $1 silver cert. serial D51566821J circulated
--About $4.00

-1963 $5 red seal serial A57898386A 3 folds
--About $12.00

-1976 $2 serial A06354821A 3 folds
--About $2.00

-1929 $2 red seal A30724105A well worn and dark
--About $25.00 are you sure it's not 1928

Man said...

$1 2003 A F-M block carrying a premium? is this true? and if so do you know why?

Yes, I wrote about here 2003-A F-M.

Basically it was a regular run with a low printing.

Anonymous said...

i think its 1928, sorry, does that effect the value?
thanks for your help

Man said...

1928, sorry, does that effect the value?

Same value, I assumed it was 1928 since 1929 does not exist.

Anonymous said...

thanks for the 2003-A info, what would you say the value for
(all 2003 A $1)
-F64664883M slight wear
-F47005090M circulated
-F12029323* one slight fold

Anonymous said...

not bad haha thanks you!

i mustve hit 9 on accident

Man said...

(all 2003 A $1)
-F64664883M slight wear just $1.00
-F47005090M circulated just $1.00
-F12029323* one slight fold about $1.25

Unfortunately all the ones you have listed are the more common runs.

Anonymous said...

thats ok, any idea about what i should look out for?

Man said...

thats ok, any idea about what i should look out for?

For F-M notes look for very-low or very high serial numbers.

For star notes just keep any you can afford to and check to see if they are more scarce.

Just keep an eye out for anything you think maybe special. Worse comes to worse just use them normally the next day.

Anonymous said...

Series 2006 Ten Dollar Bill
IK73768209A

Extremely miscut, the top of the bill has barely any border, while the bottom over a 1/4"

I was wondering if I should just spend it or it has particular value?

Thank you

Man said...

2006 Ten Dollar Bill
IK73768209A

Extremely miscut, the top of the bill has barely any border, while the bottom over a 1/4"


Minor Faulty Alignment error, no extra value unless you see a bit of another bill.

Spend it.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, for your quick and timely response, if you do not mind. I have this bookmarked :). if I come across anything else I am unable to research myself.

Anonymous said...

Do you know the vlue of 6 consecutive 2003A $2 bills?

A04641571A - A04641576

Man said...

2003A $2 bills?
A04641571A - A04641576


Just $2.00 each

Anonymous said...

HOW LONG DOES IT Take to response to our questions i have a ten dollar BILL SAYS FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE , B FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK NEW YORK, SERIAL # B65573923H IN VERY GOOD CONDITION SERIES 1950 C BY RIGHT HAND BOTTOM NUMBER 10 SAYS C413

Man said...

ten dollar BILL SAYS FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE , B FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK NEW YORK, SERIAL # B65573923H IN VERY GOOD CONDITION SERIES 1950 C

About $12.00 in 90 seconds.

Anonymous said...

Hi i have a 1963 A $10 dollar bill serial number A91632427A its about average circulation, maybe a bit better.. Thank you!

Man said...

1963 A $10 dollar bill serial number A91632427A its about average circulation, maybe a bit better

About $15.00

angie said...

I have a 20 dollar bill series 1950A in good shape. It is D 96737815 A Federal reserve bank of cleveland OH what would that be worth?

Man said...

20 dollar bill series 1950A in good shape. It is D 96737815 A

About $25.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1934 series D fifty dollar bill. It's serial # : C07443740A. Lightly circulated condition. Approximate value? Thank-You. :}

Man said...

1934 series D fifty dollar bill. It's serial # : C07443740A. Lightly circulated condition

About $85.00

Anonymous said...

hello I have a 1934 $100 dollar bill serial # A01292265A circulated, i was wondering if you could tell me a value? Thanks!

Man said...

1934 $100 dollar bill serial # A01292265A circulated about $120.00

Anonymous said...

hi i have an SGS slabbed and graded 1928A AU funnyback $1 bill, serial # B39010949B any idea on a value? thanks

Man said...

SGS slabbed and graded 1928A AU funnyback $1 bill, serial # B39010949B

About $50.00

Anonymous said...

how about a 1977 $10 bill serial
C00634130* i would call it a worn bill

Man said...

1977 $10 bill serial
C00634130* i would call it a worn bill


About $30.00

Anonymous said...

thank you, i have the 100 from 34 the 1 from 28 and i havent got the 10 star yet but im going to get it from my job tomorrow, i just wanted to thank you for all the info

Man said...

i just wanted to thank you for all the info

No problem, that 1928 is the best of the 3 it also will probably gain the most value over the next few years.

Anonymous said...

Awesome! i just pick up unusual things, i work a few cash registers and do soe deposits for my job and i just grab stuff, replace it with the face value, and i also go to my local dealer about once a month and pick up a few things, thats where i got the 1928 and i immediately gravitated to it when i saw it, i only paid 28 for it so thats not too bad!

Anonymous said...

1974 $10 serial L66881971B
on fold in center 2 lighter folds on both sides of center
12 in each corner, number on back right is 212
if any of that extra info helps, if it does, how does it help find a value?

Man said...

1974 $10 serial L66881971B
on fold in center 2 lighter folds on both sides of center


Just $10.00 the extra info has no influence. This bill is to recent and common.

Anonymous said...

ok thank you!

Anonymous said...

1934 series D fifty dollar bill. It's serial # : C07443740A. Lightly circulated condition

About $85.00

That was my post before, and with your knowledge would it gain value over time enough to hold onto it. Or should I sell for a gain; and invest into perhaps silver coins? I am trying to improve the value of my collection; and I think coins gain greater than paper notes. Or would you think otherwise?

Thanks again!

Man said...

That was my post before, and with your knowledge would it gain value over time enough to hold onto it. Or should I sell for a gain; and invest into perhaps silver coins? I am trying to improve the value of my collection; and I think coins gain greater than paper notes. Or would you think otherwise?

Well I have a price list from 2004 and that $5 1934-D was $85.
Silver was $9.00 an ounce.

Today that bill is still $85 while silver is around $30.

Bills and notes tend to stay flat gaining little value only when new notes are issued.

Metals and coins tends to be more active since the metal itself is used in other ways.

So unless your really into collecting notes then sell it for anything above $50 and get silver coins instead. You can get a 5-6 low grade junk silver from 1934 or invest in one coin that is a higher grade.

Man said...

Sorry meant to say $50 not $5.

Anonymous said...

Hi! I have a 1928B ten dollar bill. The circle to the left has a B in it and its from the federal reserve bank of new york.Serial # B55899836A. Can you please tell me if its worth anything more than face value.

Man said...

1928B ten dollar bill. The circle to the left has a B in it and its from the federal reserve bank of new york.Serial # B55899836A

About $20.00

Anonymous said...

hello i have a red seal $5 dollar bill 1928 C
Serial number G29844352A its about VG-F for condition, any value?

Man said...

red seal $5 dollar bill 1928 C
Serial number G29844352A its about VG-F for condition,


About $20.00

Anonymous said...

how about a 2006 $20 bill serial

IK01488257*

light fold in center slight fold on top right corner

A value, if any over face? Thank you :)

Man said...

2006 $20 bill serial

IK01488257*

light fold in center slight fold on top right corner


About $22.50

Anonymous said...

it might sound odd but i have a 1980 Simi Valley, CA Chuck E. Cheese token, i was curious to know if this has any value?

Man said...

1980 Simi Valley, CA Chuck E. Cheese token

Not odd I have found and talked about one of these before.

About $2.00 if brass
About $4.00 if non-brass

Patrick DeMinter said...

Hello,
I found a 1950 10 dollar bill in very crisp condition and the paper feels very thick not worn at all. It does have two creases in it but other than that perfect and the creases are not very deep and I think can be removed? No edges torn or frayed and all color is non faded. I think it came from a collection and was used. The serial number is L12377983D Series -1950 "D" C. Douglas Dillion (Secretary of Treasury) and Kathyrn OHay or Oday (something)cant make out her handwriting for the last name. there is the number "12" in all four corners and a small mark in the far right "G496".

Thanks!!

Man said...

1950 10 dollar bill in very crisp condition and the paper feels very thick not worn at all. It does have two creases in it but other than that perfect and the creases are not very deep and I think can be removed? No edges torn or frayed and all color is non faded. I think it came from a collection and was used. The serial number is L12377983D Series -1950 "D"

About $20.00

KTdid said...

I've always wondered about a $10 bill I've kept since my college days. It is crisp, right out of an ATM back in the early 80's. Please take a look and tell me what you think.

http://web.mac.com/macxo/public/10DollarFrontnBack.jpg

Thanks,
Ken

Man said...

always wondered about a $10 bill I've kept since my college days. It is crisp

This is a Partial Offset Printing error about $75.00.

Anonymous said...

10 dollar bill
series 1950
B88567536B

Value? Thanks Again...

Man said...

10 dollar bill
series 1950
B88567536B


About $12.00 if back number is 1389 or lower

About $25.00 if back number is 1390 or higher

Anonymous said...

I owned a 1987 loonie dollar which is silver in colour, instead of bronse plated nickel and with eleven sides.
Worth anything?

Man said...

1987 loonie dollar which is silver in colour, instead of bronse plated nickel and with eleven sides.

Probably plated, no extra value.

Just in case weigh it to see if it is an error.

Anonymous said...

i have 2 two dollar bills..serial # J12523023A front bottom right corner has C7 back bottom right corner 11 no deep creases pretty good shape

other one..J16934517A G39 front right corneer back bottom right 48 fair shape

10$ A series 1950 A02808688 with a star back bottom 1566

one dollar canadian bill 1954 ottawa #3918092
any value on these

Man said...

i have 2 two dollar bills..serial # J12523023A front bottom right corner has C7 back bottom right corner 11 no deep creases pretty good shape

other one..J16934517A G39 front right corneer back bottom right 48 fair shape

--About $4.00 if 1976
--About $2.00 if 2003-A

10$ A series 1950 A02808688 with a star back
--About $40.00

one dollar canadian bill 1954 ottawa #3918092
--About $2.00

Dylan said...

I have two Silver Certificate $5 bills from 1953, one 1953-a and one 1953-b. Also I have two $1 Silver Certificates (1957 and 1957b).

Comparing each side-by-side reveals an interesting effect that I am wondering if they are errors:

The Blue Seal looks shifted to the left on one and looks correctly centered over the word FIVE on the other. On the $1 notes the Blue seal on one looks correctly centered over the WASHINGTON,D.C. having on the "WA" in Washington off the seal and the other looks to be higher and has "WAS" off the deal to the left.

Can you tell me more???
tmfseekers@gmail.com

Man said...

assuming non-star notes...

Silver Certificate $5 bills from
1953 about $10.00
1953-a about $10.00
1953-b about $10.00

$1 Silver Certificates
1957 about $2.50
1957b about $2.50

The Blue Seal looks shifted to the left on one and looks correctly centered over the word FIVE on the other. On the $1 notes the Blue seal on one looks correctly centered over the WASHINGTON,D.C. having on the "WA" in Washington off the seal and the other looks to be higher and has "WAS" off the deal to the left.
--Normal minor alignment shifts do not have extra value.

Dylan said...

Here's a link to a picture I took to show you:

https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/_gen53RDaWjVZWhWJ39Ch6jJqGEvpSc2U5SqaQeEi1Q?feat=directlink

Thanks!

-Dylan

Dylan said...

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!

Man said...

Here's a link to a picture I took to show you:

Yes, all normal still no extra value from what I origanlly listed.

The shifting is just too minor.

Anonymous said...

10 dollar bill printed in cleveland in 1969 numbers D 02237101 A in decent condition also has h2 ond the number 4 on the face side any idea if itis worth anything? Thank You

Man said...

10 dollar bill printed in cleveland in 1969 numbers D 02237101 A in decent condition

Just $10.00 it is common and not that old.

Anonymous said...

Found a 2006 ten with a blue seal what's up with that?

Anonymous said...

Have a 1934 ten green seal serial # B00417177A the back side was printed crooked. What could it be worth its in very good condition

Man said...

2006 ten with a blue seal what's up with that?

Ink Solvent got on the paper, the problem is there is no way to tell if it happened at a bank or at the printing place.

So, no extra value.

Man said...

1934 ten green seal serial # B00417177A the back side was printed crooked. What could it be worth its in very good condition

About $20.00 the Faulty Alignment error does not add any value.

beverlycharest said...

I have a Canadian one dollar bill in good condition. At the top of the bill it 'CENTENNIAL OF CANADIAN CONFEDERATION' It doesn't have a serial number but it does have 1867 1967

Do you know how much it is worth?

Man said...

Canadian one dollar bill in good condition. At the top of the bill it 'CENTENNIAL OF CANADIAN CONFEDERATION' It doesn't have a serial number but it does have 1867 1967

Just a $1.00 they were very common.

Anonymous said...

I have a 10dollar bill from1950 c series and a1 dollar bill from 1957 plz tell me its value

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