Thursday, September 28, 2006

What's Left

Do you have a coin/bill 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.

My favorite part of this blog is still answering everyones questions so keep it up.

I've been so busy with school and strapped for cash that I had little time to get new coins. I have been getting more coin books as I look into expanding my collection to older, ancient or gold coins.

For fun here is a coin I found in my coin jar that is slightly special.
Can you tell what is different about it?
dimec1


Do you have a coin/bill 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.

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

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Ed said...

Looks a bit off-center.

Man said...

No, Look at the forehaed.

Ed said...

Oh, I didn't see the die clash, sitting right there, though!

Man said...

Yeah it is a weird coin I've spent months looking for a another for reference.

It is a double-die clash on the front and back. If the was a Morgan I would be selling it for big bucks. But this little guy has no friends.

Crystal said...

Hi, I have a 1950 ten dollar bill and was wondering if it was worth anything, I'll tell you a little about it and you let me know if you need anything else. serial # - K 07636672 A , nothing under the date, the back is very green and has an old car in the picture with the building in the background, there is a number to the right lower corner on the back also, 1298. The bright green color is what got our attention. Thanks

Man said...

1950 ten dollar bill
serial #K07636672A, back #1298

These are known as the
1950 Wide Green Seal
in very fine $12.00
in crisp uncirculated $75.00

The rarer note is the
1950 Narrow Green Seal
with the back plate #1390 - #1456
worth twice the Wide value.

Stephanie said...

Hiya. I've got a 20 dollar bill I was given by a customer the other day (yay for being a cashier, eh?) It's a 1963, serial number D03604163, with a star at the end, rather than another letter. The star is what snagged my attention, since a coworker had been talking about a 2 dollar bill she'd gotten with a star.

I don't have another older twenty to compare it to, so I don't know if there's anything else of note about it...

Man said...

20 dollar bill 1963,
serial number D03604163,
with a star at the end,
These are known as star notes and are made as replacements for damaged notes.
In fine condition it is about $40.00.
In crisp uncirculated it is about $140.00.

All star notes are collectible and the 2 dollar bill star notes are good the key years being 1928, 1976.
Around my area I made friends with several cashier and always buy any weird money they find.

Stephanie said...

Alas, it's definately circulated. Not heavily, but there is a small (less than a quarter inch) tear on one edge and a fold mark down the center from a wallet. Otherwise it appears to have been treated well.

I'll hang onto it for a while. :-)

Thanks for the info.

Anonymous said...

hey there,

i've got a one dollar bill that has a full offset error (the entire front is in black over the backside). it's in circulated condition, like you'd see for most $1 bills.

how much do you think it'd be worth?

Man said...

$1.00 Full offset in circulated condition is about $10.00-$15.00.
The problem with this one is that many fakes exist especially for he year 1995, so value is low because demand is low.

Cortney said...

I have a 1950 Series A with a serial # of A33665107B. The the seal on the right is green with the word ten is grey. The seal on the left has spikes around it. On the back it looks like the Lincoln Memorial with an old car. The number in the corner is 1474 and what really made me look at it, it was really bright green. (It's real, i checked it with the special marker) The bill looks somewhat circulated. When I originally got it, it had no folds or anything in it. Would anyone know approximately how much it is worth. Everyone else is talking about other $10 bills that looked differently and were a different series. I've tried going to the Dept of Treasury and couldnt find anything and i tried going to other sites and still the same thing.

Thanks a lot for any help!

Man said...

1950 Series A
serial # of A33665107B.
The number in the corner is 1474
The bill looks somewhat circulated.


In the condition you described it is very fine and worth about $12.00.

All that you described is normal for a bill of that time there were 104,280,000 bills printed so it is very common. The building on the back is the US Treasury.

Dravean said...

Hi,
I have got a 1950 $5 dollar bill here:

Serial #: J74407041A
Series: B
Back#: 2374

It is somewhat circulated. Is it worth anything?

OH, If you'd like you can emial me at fritz@thinairweb.com

Man said...

1950-B $5 bill
Serial #: J74407041A
Back#: 2374
circulated

In circulated as long as there are no rips or writing on it is worth $7.00.

In crisp-uncirculated it would be $20.00

Still it is over 50 years old which is not bad.

Mike said...

Hello,
I have a $50 bill and I am curious if it is worth anything. Unfortunately it has been circulated a good amount and written on (450 is written in blue ink on the lower bottom corner). It is a 1950 series; serial # B11655294 A. There is also #2 in each corner and at the lower bottom right there is very small text that reads Q(subscript)24. Any info. would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Man said...

1950 $50 bill circulated
serial # B11655294A

This is the 1950A series and it is the most common with 6,480,000 notes issued.

In the condition you describe it is worth $52.50 because many crisp versions survived. Sorry.

Anonymous said...

hello i have a 1963a dollar bill with the serial number D00000498D. There are no rips just rolled corners and there are only a couple of folds. Now dont get me wrong i am a collector and i have been for a long time now, but the only thing i dont know is what low serial numbers like this one are worth. So whats it worth?
Thanks Gary

Man said...

1963a dollar bill
serial number D00000498D

Since the series starts with D00000001A it is not one of preferred low ones.

The extra value would come with the repeated 0's with three digits of "non-special" variety. It would add $12.50 to the value in crisp-uncirculated.(If the last 3-digits were 111,123,789,900,etc. it would be "special".)

A couple of folds is enough to drop the value by $10.00. So at most your note is worth $2.50. This series is common with 337,100,000 printed.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1963 series two dollar bill it has red type and is still crisp and un-circulated. I was wondering the value?

Man said...

1963 $2 bill still crisp and uncirculated

About $10.00.

godsgracie4ever said...

I have a $1 bill, series 1963A,
K 58135032 C Has a C4 on the left hand side of the bill right under the large numeral 1. There is a C932 in the lower right hand corner just above the small numeral 1. The paper is thick, and the back side is a yellowish color. Can't tell if it's faded or what. On the back as well, there is a small number 1104 right beside the US seal, under the letter E from ONE. I wondered if it is a real bill, or something made special in the year 1963? Oh, the number on front is 11, it appears 4 times (once in each corner of the bill). I'm hanging on to it until I hear news from someone on here. Maybe it could be worth something? Thank you.

godsgracie said...

Unbelievably, as soon as I closed out my last comment, I pulled another $1 out of my wallet to compare it with the 1963A note. This one is a $1 silver certificate from 1957A!!! Ok, so i'm NOT a collector, this stuff is exciting to me - like a kid in a candy store!! The serial # is:
L 32365412 A The US seal and serial numbers are in a blue color ink. There are the words: ONE DOLLAR above the US seal. C3 in the left upper corner, C705 in the lower right hand corner. 406 is the tiny number on the back right hand side of this bill. There is a small tear with tape, has a couple folds in it, otherwise, in fairly good condition - none of the words or numbers are faded. Whether it's worth anything or not, it's an enchanting piece of paper!! Thanks!!

Man said...

$1 bill 1963A,K58135032C
Faded color means it is in fine condition or less worth about $1.10, sorry it is very common.

$1 silver certificate 1957A, L32365412A
The tear brings down the value so it is at most $1.25, this one is also very common with over 1.5 billion made.

Still they are great finds especially since the government burns bills that are more then 10 years old.

godsgracie said...

Thank you for the information. I'm gonna hang on to them because they are a unique item to me.

Jarett said...

I have a $5 bill 1950 Series B serial number F96395376B is it worth anything?

Man said...

$5 bill 1950B, F96395376B
in crisp-uncirculated about $15.00.

Anonymous said...

I have 1974 one dollar bill with a offset error. The serial#F20741779F and the seals are offset 1/2 inch to the left. Do you know the value? Thank you.

Man said...

1974 $1 F20741779F

This is actually called Misaligned Overprint and 1974 had some famous examples but for serial numbers between D-A.

If the shift is just horizontal not diagonal as you described then it is a minor error.
In extra-fine it is $15.00.
In crisp-uncirculated it is $25.00.

trouble292 said...

Hi I have recently acquired a 1950 Series A $5 dollar bill the serial number is F01235901 with a star at the end..It has no wrinkles or anything and is very bright green..so it caught my attention..How can I tell if it's counterfeit or not? and if not is it worth anything?

Man said...

1950-A $5 F01235901*

It is most likely real but you can look closely it should have random red and blue fibers also it should feel right.
If not then ask a cashier or bank teller to test a small corner with the special pencils they have. You don't want a mark to ruin the value.

These are old bills and do not have the security features of modern bills so don't look for watermarks or threads.

Value in crisp-uncirculated is about $350.00.

Anonymous said...

$5 Bill. Series 1950 A. Serial Number B 85251338 C

Man said...

$5 Bill. Series 1950 A.
Serial Number B85251338C

About $7.50 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

I have a few coins and bills that i think might be interesting to find the worth of and maybe a few facts as well although they might be hard to find since they are mostly foreign coins and bills. One of the coins is a one cent coin from Canada dated 1918 and on the front it has the words Georgivs v Dei Gra Rex Et Ind: Imp:. The other two are coins from the italian republic. One is a gold coin dated 1979 and says 200 Lire on the back and the other is a silver coin dated 1974 and is a L.50. It has what appears to be a blacksmith on the back of it. Now onto the bills although i dont think they will have much value or information on them. They both appear to be Mongolian bills, one is a 20 and one is a 100. The serial number for the 20 is AD8178389 and is dated 2005. The serial # for the 100 is AC5976073 and is dated 2000. If you can find any info on any of these i would appreciate it. Thanks.

Man said...

I'll give value in very-fine condition.

1 cent Canada 1918 about $0.90

Italian....
gold colored it is aluminum-bronze 1979 200 Lire about $0.25
silver colored it is stainless-steel 1974 L.50 about $0.20

Mongolian bills (Tugrik)...
20 tugriks, AD8178389, 2005 about $0.25
100 tugriks, AC5976073, 2000 about $0.50


The Canadian coin can fetch a 40 bucks or more if it were in perfect conditions.
The Mongolian bills are fairly new and the most updated values aren't fully in. Plus the fact it is not very collectible since it is so remote.

Andra Cassidy said...

Hi there - I found myself today in possesion of a 1950 Ten dollar bill, and upon inspection I noteced that the flag in the foreground on the building is up-side down! The stars are distinctly placed in the bottom right of the flag.

Is this normal for this release?

The bill is stamped with an A and says series 1950 B - serial # A 09659129 C

on the back there is a number in the bottom right that reads - 1610

I'm not really a collecto so much - I just grab these things when I see them, so I'm not sure if this was a common items on these bills or not

Man said...

1950 B - serial # A09659129C odd flag.

A design error is really not possible but slight shifts in the press can do this but it would be a very minor error.

The bill is worth about $12.00 in very fine condition. It is common.

Anonymous said...

I have a...

Series 1950C Ten Dollar Bill

A66196298C

front plate P306
back plate 1716

very bright green ink on back

Man said...

1950C Ten Dollar Bill
A66196298C


About $17.50 in very-fine.

CloBee said...

I have a 1950 Series B $10 bill. #B 52065636 G; The # on back is 1549. It is in great condition but has been circulated. Worth more than $10? Also the bottom front says "Will pay to the bearer on demand ten dollars".

Thanks

Man said...

1950 Series B $10 bill. #B 52065636 G; The # on back is 1549. It is in great condition

About $13.00 because it is common and it was circulated.

Anonymous said...

i have a $10 bill, 1950 B with serial code G19690197F

its in very good condition, the ink that the serial code is in seems to shine still....

also the number in the back-side, lower right hand corner is 1676

Man said...

$10 bill, 1950 B with serial code G19690197F

About $13.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950D H04130743A is it worth anything?

Anonymous said...

I have a 1977 $50 with serial of Ho1436778* is it worth anything?

Man said...

1950D H04130743A is it worth anything?

What denomination??

I have a 1977 $50 with serial of Ho1436778*

It is about $75.00 in Extra-fine.

vbc said...

I have a $50 bill series d A04914511A. What is it worth?

Man said...

$50 bill series d A04914511A

What year?

Anonymous said...

Hello

I have a 10 dollar bill 1950, series B98479202G, It worths anything, its in Midle quality condition. Woths selling or better to keep it, might worth more in other 50 years?? Tanks Santiago

Man said...

10 dollar bill 1950, series B98479202G

That should be a 1950-B it is about $12.00 the bill is very common but I would keep it.

Anonymous said...

Series 2003 $1 00000007* folded but not wrinkled

Man said...

Series 2003 $1 00000007* folded but not wrinkled

Nice note it is about $100.00 if it was not folded it may have brought double in an auction.

Anonymous said...

Hi Man,
I have a $50 note from 1963 that has been folded and is slightly dirty. Would it be worth anything more than face value? Thanks,
linds

Man said...

$50 note from 1963 that has been folded and is slightly dirty.

In that condition all are fairly common except for the star notes and the F-A, H-A, I-A, and J-A series which were printed in low numbers and tend to be worth twice the face value in most cases.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 series $50 bill with serial #B21663821A with a 2 in each corner and the letter H on the right lower corner. It has obviously been in cirulation but I was wondering if it was worth anything. Thank you.

Man said...

1950 series $50 bill with serial #B21663821A

I must be a 1950-B and in the condition you describe it has no extra value still it is nice to see.

Justin said...

I have a 1963 one dollar bill SN# L04941563A that has no black ink printed on the back of the bill. Thw front is normal, black over the light green base, but only the green on the reverse side. Any ideas what I should try and get for this?
THANKS!

Man said...

1963 one dollar bill SN# L04941563A that has no black ink printed

Sounds like a slight color shift probably only $2.50.

Anonymous said...

I have a strap (100) of unc 2004 star note 20's in consecutive order, from EA 07836201* thru EA 07836300*. Got them from my bank teller a couple years back. I understand what a star note is. Is there any collector value?
Thanks.

Man said...

2004 star note 20's in consecutive order, from EA 07836201* thru EA 07836300*

Yes there is a big market for these block notes.
According to all the books and resources your series does not exist.

The first produced
00 000 001* - 00 320 000*
The second showing
03 200 001* - 03 520 000*
then an additional running
09 600 001* - 10 176 000*

Yours would be the first I know of and would go for $50.00 per note. Possibly more if you can confirm these serial numbers were never released.

Anonymous said...

Whoa, sounds great! How would I confirm that?

Man said...

Go to this website
http://www.uspapermoney.info/serials/
and email the guy there and tell him what you have.

He is a big currency collector and makes a point of knowing all the rare serial numbers.

He may give you a definite answer.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 series d 50 dollar bill with the serial number L08553752A. Its circulated. With a crease down the middle but nothing else wrong was just wondering if it was worth more then the face value thanks :)

Man said...

1950 series d 50 dollar bill with the serial number L08553752A

About $65.00

Anonymous said...

I was hoping you could help me out with a few questions.

I have a quarter from 1964. Looks like any other quarter except when I flick it on a table it makes a sounds like no other quarter. The only difference I could tell from any other quarter was the fact that the ridges don't have the bronze color that other quarters have.

From a bill standpoint. I have 2 $10 Bills from 1950. Series B, number 1661 on the back. I also have a 1950 Series C number 1783 on the back.

Man said...

quarter from 1964

This is a silver quarter, in 1965 they changed all coins from silver to a nickel-copper mix. Before 1965 all silver coins were really made of silver.

It is about $3.00 mostly for the silver content.

$10 Bills from
1950 Series B about $15.00
1950 Series C about $20.00
These are average values and depending on the 10 digit serial number in front may be more or less.

Angie said...

I have a $50.00 bill with serial number G04140923A E13 in front bottom corner and 137 in back corner and a series 1950D with serial number D13725912A F26 in front corner and 170 on back corner in larger print than the other bill. Both have been in a jar in a wall for some time, smell a bit musty are a bit dirty, have been folded and one has the number 502 written on it. Could you please tell me what they may be worth? Thank You in advance.

Man said...

$50.00 bill with serial number G04140923A

About $55.00

1950D with serial number D13725912A

About $50.00

Anonymous said...

Hey i just got two brand new one dollar bills and I doubt its worth anything but I the serial codes are the same except the last digit
I understand they came from the same sheet but is this rare?

Anonymous said...

i forgot to add the last digits are 8 and the other is 9

Man said...

two brand new one dollar bills and I doubt its worth anything but I the serial codes are the same except the last digit

These are sequential notes and unless they are star notes or all the same numbers it is not worth anything extra.
Any extra value would be because it is brand new, unfolded, unmarked but you need to keep them that way for the next twenty years to make a small profit.

Anonymous said...

I have a series 1950C $50 bill with serial number D09821220A. Any idea how much it is worth?

Man said...

1950C $50 bill with serial number D09821220A

In crisp-uncirculated it is about $75.00 in any lesser condition it would be about face value.

Matt Mandrake said...

I have a 1950 $10 dollar bill serial number c610290037B in almost perfect condition... Any idea of the value?

Man said...

I amended my first comment.

1950 $10 dollar bill serial number c610290037B in almost perfect condition.

It should be a 1950-A in that condition it's about $35.00.

questions said...

I received a $50 number B22850246A, 2's in the corners and M24 in the bottom right corner. It says its from the New York Federal reserve Bank. Do yo uknow anything about this bill or what it is worth

Man said...

$50 number B22850246A

I would need to know a year.

questions said...

It says series 1950B

Man said...

1950B $50 number B22850246A

This is a common bill it ends in B25200000A so yours is later note otherwise nothing much special about it.
It is about $55.00 in very-fine.

SUSIE Q said...

I HAVE A TWO DOLLAR BILLL FRM DA 1800'S WITH RED INK ON IT AND I WAS WONDERING IF IT HAD ANY VALUE N HOW MUCH!THANK YOU...
SUSIE Q

Man said...

TWO DOLLAR BILLL FRM DA 1800'S
Depends on year and signatures, but at least $85.00.

Anonymous said...

HI i have a $10 bill series 1950 A E12231849B with R259 in front right and 1598 in back right. also on the U.s. Treasury building the U.S Flag is up-side down and i was wondering how much it is worth.

i also have a $5 bill series 1934 D C15043073B with K175 in front and 1841 on back right. They are both circulated but still in very good condition. Thank you in advance

Man said...

$10 bill series 1950 A E12231849B ... also on the U.s. Treasury building the U.S Flag is up-side down and i was wondering how much it is worth.

The upside down flag is an optical-illusion nothing is wrong with the picture.
The note is about $12.00.


$5 bill series 1934 D C15043073B
About $15.00 although according to all the books the highest number found was C14815748B this would be a new high number and that would bring a higher value.
I can't find more info, you may need to find a dealer or someone in a currency forum to help.

Anonymous said...

At work i received a 1950 $50 bill G 03760354 A on the front bottom right is D13 on the back bottom right is 125 and also on the front are the number 7 four times is this note worth more then face value?

Man said...

1950 $50 bill G 03760354 A

About $60.00 in very fine.

Anonymous said...

I found three star bills
$5 CL 04565916*

$10 BA00654927*

$20 EG 06840755*

What are their values if more than face?

Anonymous said...

Sorry, dates were
$5 2001
$10 1999
$20 2004

Man said...

I'll give values in very fine.

$5 2001 CL04565916* about $7.50

$10 1999 BA00654927* about $12.50

$20 2004 EG06840755* about $30.00

Anonymous said...

I have a $50 1950 Series B Star note in cirrculated condition,
Serial number A 00376912. Just wondering if it is worth anything?
Thanks much!!

Man said...

$50 1950 Series B Star note in cirrculated condition,
Serial number A 00376912 *


About $70.00

Anonymous said...

i have a series 1950a ten dollar bill with the #b36336447d.with the us treasury and car on back with the 1448 in the right side.can you tell me what it is worth?

Man said...

1950a ten dollar bill with the #b36336447d

About $12.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

Hi I have a 1950 b 5$ bill # L 90723336 B
# on back is2468. How much is it worth?

Thanks
JD

Oggie said...

Hi,
My mom found a $5 bill, G 62836891 C , Series 1950 B. It has the number 7 in each corner. It has been circulated.

Man said...

Sorry for the late replies I got a bit busy.

1950 b 5$ bill # L 90723336 B

About $7.50 in very-fine.

$5 bill, G 62836891 C , Series 1950 B

About $7.50 in very-fine.

tanyab said...

I have a $50 star note. Series 1950 A k00235135*. Also has a Dallas Texas seal with a k in the middle. Bill is in very good condition for its age; with one crease down the middle. Not sure how to grade paper money. Would like to know any additional info and value.

Thanks

Man said...

$50 star note. Series 1950 A k00235135*

About $135.00 in very fine which has a few folds and slightly dirty may have a minor tear on the edges.

The note was actual printed in 1953 that is what the 1950-A means.

It is not known exactly how many were printed probably around 250,000.

Anonymous said...

Hey guys, I don't know to much about older bills but i just got my hands on a 1979 twenty dollar bill. Serial # - 56940259031. Its mid-condition with a folded edge and a slight tare where the wallet line is. Just wondering if it's worth anything?

Man said...

1979 twenty dollar bill. Serial # - 56940259031. Its mid-condition with a folded edge and a slight tare

You're confused.
First the U.S. $20 bill was made for 1974 and 1977. There are no 1979.
Second Your serial number is too long and has no letters.

All this doesn't matter even if not American the tear makes that $20 worth only $20. Rips devalue the money plus it is from 1979 which is very modern and not old.

Eric said...

hello, new here, please bear with me! ;)
I was given a used $5 1950 bill, series c.. serial # I4741(or is that an L?)6554A and on the back it is numbered 2320. I'd say it is in fair condition, it has some crinkles and creases but no tears. The back is very clean. Oh the corner also (bottom right) says M318 if it makes any difference?

I'd be glad to know if it's worth more than $5?

Man said...

$5 1950 bill, series c.. serial # I47416554A

About $12.50

Chris said...

OK I have a question...

I received a 10$ bill... Unlike most i've seen this one is an:
Series 1950 D $10 Bill -- it has the word "ten" on the right hand side in light grey. The Seal on the Left has the Spikey Seal "Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Illinois" But in the middle of th is the letter "G"
This is a very dark green bill has the saying "WILL PAY TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND TEN DOLLARS" on the bottom; no "In gods name we trust"
Serial # of "G 78932390 G"
Bottom right hand corner of fron has "E509".

The back has the Lincoln Memorial (looks to be) with the old car like dead center and the number "1777" on the bottom right hand side of the corner.

This is a lightly used Bill (minor wear and tear) Was wondering if you had any idea what it might be worth. Thank You

Man said...

Series 1950 D $10 Bill

All that is normal for this older bill, it's about $12.50 mostly because of the condition.

seth said...

I received a 50 dollar bill today, from a customer from Spain. Its a 1934 series the serial number is F03393627A its in great condition. actually still crisp no fold marks either. Can you please tell me what its worth?

Thank you so so much.

Man said...

50 dollar bill today, from a customer from Spain. Its a 1934 series the serial number is F03393627A its in great condition. actually still crisp

About $150.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 $10 bill great condition it looks new

Series C

serial #: G76031786F

Back #:1686

and its a bit off centered i would like to no how much this is worth.

Man said...

1950 $10 bill great condition it looks new
Series C
serial #: G76031786F
Back #:1686 and its a bit off centered


About $25.00 but the slight off-center may bring down the value.

Anonymous said...

I have two 1950 ten dollar bills they one is a series B and the Other is a Series C. They have differant US Treasuers and diff. Secretary of Treasury can you tell me why or is one of them fake??

Man said...

two 1950 ten dollar bills they one is a series B and the Other is a Series C.

Both are real

1950-B has Ivy Baker Priest and Robert B. Anderson they served in office between July-29-1957 & January-20-1961. They served under Eisenhower and when he left office so did they.


1950-C has Elizabeth Rudel Smith and C. Douglas Dillon they served in office between January-30-1961 April-13-1962 they were appointed by Kennedy.

evan said...

I have a 1950 $10 bill, series B in circulated but very good condition (no tears or stains - just one extremely mild crease lengthwise. The number "8" appears in 4 corners of the field and the serial #starts with H. any notion of what it may be worth?
Evan

Man said...

1950 $10 bill, series B
serial# H-


About $15.00

Ernesto said...

My name is ernesto gomez I have a 1950 10 dollar bill with the number 1 on all 4 corners and under the letter A under the year , how much is it worht?

Man said...

1950 10 dollar bill with the number 1 on all 4 corners and under the letter A under the year

It's about $12.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1974 fine condition fifty dollar bill with a star. Serial number J00296756.

I also have a 1964 crisp uncirculated one dollar bill, but I dont have the serial number right now.

Man said...

1974 fine condition fifty dollar bill with a star. Serial number J00296756.
About $75.00

1964 crisp uncirculated one dollar bill
No such thing, you must have a wrong date.

Christopher Gomez said...

Have a well-circulated $100 1950 Series bill. Serial No. E 02406621 A



Received it from a Wachovia Bank and tried to use it at a nearby Home Depot, but they refused it claiming the bill was counterfeit. They used UV and the "magic marker," which turned black (instead of yellow, according to HD) on both sides. Hope it's not worth much, otherwise HD destroyed a potentially valuable bill!

-Chris

Man said...

$100 1950 Series bill. Serial No. E 02406621 A

The people who used the UV are idiots because that would not work on older bills.

As for the marker it is not 100%.

If it's real it's about $110.00 maybe less if really dirty.

If it's counterfeit it maybe worth more if you can sell to a collector. Of course you'd have to find one and I don't know any.

The fact that a bank gave it to you means it is real. The have better testing equipment.

Christopher Gomez said...

Awesome, thank you :o)

Patches said...

Yes, I have a Standing Liberty Quarter that isn't in truly amazing condition but was apparently printed before the lowering of the date because the date is almost impossible to make out without a magnifying glass. It seems to say 1916 but I'm not entirely sure. The details on the small eagle and the lady are only slightly worn down though. Thank you for any advice.

Man said...

Standing Liberty Quarter that isn't in truly amazing condition but was apparently printed before the lowering of the date because the date is almost impossible to make out without a magnifying glass. It seems to say 1916

If the date is so worn it is barely visible it is good (G-4) and about $3,250.00.

The fact the rest of the coin looks great and the date is faded I think someone altered the coin. It may be a 1918 but for a true identification you'll need an expert to authenticate it.

Patches said...

Well then, it seems to be a bit of a find. I have a few other coins but I've yet to distinguish what they are exactly. Thank you very much for your help, the information is greatly appreciated.

Patches said...

Wow, well I've gotten luck in naming a coin of mine. Except it's kind of odd. It has Thai markings and graphics on it that allow me to determine it is a 1 Satang. The perculiar thing is that it seems to be made of a brass center in a copper-nickel ring. It is unlike the entirely aluminum current day coins of its denomination. Also, given my inability to read Thai I can't determine a printing date.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thai_baht#Coins

Man said...

Good luck because if it is a 1916 then yes it's worth a lot but if it's a 1918 it's only $20.00 or less.

1 Satang. The perculiar thing is that it seems to be made of a brass center in a copper-nickel ring.

The only 1 Satang I know of that are ringed without a hole are tin.

I know the 10 baht are aluminum-bronze center with a stainless steel ring.

Most are worth $0.50 - $2.00 some rare 1988 and 1990 exist but are very rare.

Without a picture or detailed description I cannot tell you any more.

Patches said...

I dont know how much the image can help but I've scanned the coin:

http://i31.tinypic.com/2v8g9ra.jpg

Man said...

the image can help but I've scanned the coin:

Great scan.

It's a 10 Baht from 1996 it's about $1.50 in extra fine. The center is brass and the ring is copper-nickel.
There are two varieties both worth the same this is the first reference number Y#328.1 which is from the Bangkok Mint and is more common.

The other Y#328.2 is from the Italy Mint and is harder to find.

Man said...

Oh yours is the first more common type because the back design is smaller than the other type.

matt hoffman said...

is a 1977 $20 dollar bill worth anything i have more but am not sure of the dates they are all older i will try to let you guys know. I have 2 decent conditioned 1977 $20 and about 5 good conditioned $20. These are my grandmas and my mom is checking to see if they might not have a little extra value to go towards her assisted living. Thanks so much guys, have a good one!

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 ten dollar bill. Serial # J18830523 A. It has 1380 on the lower right hand corner in the back. It has been circulated and has two creases down the front and a crease across one corner. Was wondering if its worth anything??

Man said...

1977 $20 dollar bill worth anything
Unfortunately not really, they must be in perfect crisp condition and then graded by a company. Still it would be about $50.00.

Yours are only $20.00.

1950 ten dollar bill. Serial # J18830523 A. It has 1380 on the lower right hand corner in the back.
It's the Wide Green variety only about $12.00.

Anonymous said...

i got a one dollar note numbers are 000000214 what is the value

Man said...

one dollar note numbers are 000000214 what is the value

Depends on the full serial number and year but in high grade it would add about $10.00 to the final value.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1934a 10 bill. Very odd ink shade on the back. Serial # E01197261(star). Help!

Man said...

1934a 10 bill. Very odd ink shade on the back. Serial # E01197261(star)

With a bill that old color can be faded by light and time doesn't sound like anything special.
It's about $40.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

1934a 10 bill. Very odd ink shade on the back. Serial # E01197261(star)

With a bill that old color can be faded by light and time doesn't sound like anything special.
It's about $40.00 in very-fine.

1:35 AM, July 01, 2008

The color is not faded at all...just the opposite, it is very bright. Thank you, however, for you help!

Man said...

The color is not faded at all...just the opposite, it is very bright. Thank you, however, for you help!

The ink on older bills is often brighter than normal bills. It is normal.

iceclimbers1@yahoo.com said...

hey, I collect currency and valuable metals and gems as a hobby. I have a couple items I am curious about. I have 2 10000 lire bills from 1984 and 2 1000 lire bills from 1990. I am wondering what the value would be on those bills. The 1000 are in great condition, the 10000 look a little dirty but are very crisp.

I also have many COINS of interest:
x2 1967 british half pennies
x1 1957 british six-pence
x1 1949 british farthing
wheat pennies
x1 1917, x1 1942, x2 1945, x1 1952, x1 1954
x1 1985 20 Colones Costa Rica
x1 1988 2 Swiss Francs
1 Swiss Franc
x1 1968 x1 1969 x1 1970
x1 1982 20 britsh pence
x1 1989 british pound
x1 1989 british two pence
x1 1987 swiss 5 cents
x1 1969 Canadian quarter
x1 1922 Liberty dollar
1/2 Swiss Francs
x1 1945, x1 1970, x1 1979, x1 1980, x1 1985
20 Swiss cents
x1 1978, x1 1985
Canadian pennies
x1 1974, x1 1979, x1 1981
Caribbean Mint collector's coins
x1 2006 "Tulum" Cozumel MX
x1 2007 "Turtle" Cayman Islands
x1 2007 "Dunn's River Falls" Ocho Rios
x1 2008 Notre-Dame de Paris collector's coin

also I have one dime from a time where the back of it says just "ONE DIME" and it has a wreath of some sort around the outside. The front of it is defaced, as it has been completely smoothed out and engraved with initials "FBB"

I know this is alot, you cna feel free to ignore the things you feel are worthless. I didn't list any coins from before 1990 because i felt their values couldn't be much different. I have not inspected any coins for errors, so expect them all to be standard coins. They all are in relatively good condition as I keep them all in this case where I keep all my valuables. I have some Yen and some coins from the middle east somewhere, possibly Egypt, but the characters are foreign and I can't make out any dates on the coins. Please email me at iceclimbers1@yahoo.com for your reply, and feel free to ask questions. I know it's alot and I don't expect oyu to know for sure on all of them, but if you have the time please help me out!

iceclimbers1 said...

I missed a couple:
x1 1976 2 Swiss Francs
another 1982 20 britishh pence

Man said...

10000 lire bills from 1984 about $20.00
1000 lire bills from 1990 about $3.00

1967 british half pennies about $0.05
1957 british six-pence about $0.10
1949 british farthing about $0.10
wheat pennies
1917 about $0.30
1942 about $0.15
1945 about $0.03
1952 about $0.03
1954 about $0.03
1985 20 Colones Costa Rica about $0.25
1988 2 Swiss Francs about $0.50
1 Swiss Franc
1968 about $0.25
1969 about $0.25
1970 about $0.25
1982 20 britsh pence about $0.20
1989 british pound about $1.00
1989 british two pence about $0.02
1987 swiss 5 cents about $0.05
1969 Canadian quarter about $0.25
1922 Liberty dollar about $17.00
1/2 Swiss Francs
1945 about $0.75
1970 about $0.30
1979 about $0.30
1980 about $0.30
1985 about $0.30
20 Swiss cents
1978 about $0.10
1985 about $0.10
Canadian pennies
1974 about $0.02
1979 about $0.02
1981 about $0.02

Caribbean Mint collector's coins
2006 "Tulum" Cozumel MX
2007 "Turtle" Cayman Islands
2007 "Dunn's River Falls" Ocho Rios
2008 Notre-Dame de Paris collector's coin

I think these are cruise tokens worth about $3.00 for all the ones you have,

one dime from a time where the back of it says just "ONE DIME" and it has a wreath of some sort around the outside. The front of it is defaced, as it has been completely smoothed out and engraved with initials "FBB"
It can be anywhere from an 1873-1916 dime but it sounds like a love token.
When someone takes a coin and carves a design and initials to the front. If you can find who the initials belong to it would be worth a lot or if the coin is very fancy but for know it's just over $1.00.

Man said...

1976 2 Swiss Francs about $0.60
1982 20 britishh pence about $0.20

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 $10 with secial# of G30324456B
on back in corner is 1449,good condion no
tears/stains but crease lenghwise is this worth
anything??

Man said...

1950 $10 with secial# of G30324456B
on back in corner is 1449,good condion no
tears/stains but crease lenghwise


The back number indicates this is a Narrow Green Seal note and it's about $25.00.

Anonymous said...

I have several dollars I would like to know about
one is a $5 with red markings with date 1963
serial #A10883273A
two are silver certifictes $1 with ser #V95540976A and X90542698A both are 1957
two are 1988 $1 with ser #A08955035G and A09749783G
thanks for the info

Man said...

$5 with red markings with date 1963
serial #A10883273A

About $12.00

silver certifictes $1 1957
V95540976A about $2.50
X90542698A about $2.50

two are 1988 $1 with ser #A08955035G and A09749783G
These are 1988-A and I need to know the back number and where it is positioned on the back.

Anonymous said...

both bills have a 8 right after "in god we trust"
above the E in ONE
I have one more with ser # F73870616L with 2 on back after "in god we trust"

iceclimbers1 said...

hey I found more out about my old dime that was made into a "love token". Since I found the coin in my grandfathers house as he was throwing everything out to move somewhere else (I tried slavaging much, he wanted ot throw it all away thinking it was junk and he wanted to move on), I decided to ask my mom what she would know about someone in her family with the initials FBB and I wondered if it was my grandmother's maiden name. It wasn't my grandmother's initials I found out (my grandmother passed away a few years ago so thats why I could n't ask her, and thats why my grandfather is eager to move out of the house, but rather the first and last initial of her grandmother, Frances Bump. But she said her grandmother's middle name was Mae. That shut me down at first but then she noted that she was actually named after her mom, who was also Frances Bump. My mom doens't know her middle name, but I'm willing to bet to start with a B. That being the case, it would be my great great grandmother's token. Take into consideration, the average person has a child between the ages of 20 and 30, and assuming that is the case (and with me being 17), I would estimate it to be about 115 give or take a few years, which definately fits within that timeframe of 1876-1916 of when the coin should have existed. So... in knowing all this, does the value of the coin increase since I know the probable owner of the coin and since I can approximate an age (or find one out by finding out when she was born exactly)? 2008-115 ~ older than 1893, rough estimate of the age of the coin

iceclimbers1 said...

btw I could also send a picture of the coin, the lettering is very fancy, the boarder seems sort of basic in my opinion, but considering it was done i na time where computers were nonexistant, I'd say it's a pretty fancy job. if yo uwnat a picture, how should I get it to you?

Man said...

8 right after "in god we trust"
above the E in ONE

Okay these are the famous Web Notes the two you listed previously are about $10.00 each.

I have one more with ser # F73870616L with 2 on back after "in god we trust"
This one is about $50.00

I assumed at least very-fine grade.

Man said...

Frances Bump love token?

Most likely through public records you can get a good family tree and with this pinpoint the likely origins of the token.

Unless that relative did anything noteworthy like built a school, fought in a war, or was semi-famous during their time on Earth the token is probably less then $10.00.
But if they did get recognized for an accomplishment then it might have historical value which is a bit outside of the coin collectors field.

Most love tokens are either art or historical collectibles. Rarely do they sell for more than $30.00. They were popular after the civil war and started going out of fashion in the 1890's.

Google love token ken barr
he has some neat ones but hasn't updated in years. If you want to send a picture just host it on a free site and drop a link but it's not necessary.

Anonymous said...

is a 1985 $20 worth anything??
ser# B30435926P it's in good shape
thanks for any info

Man said...

1985 $20 worth anything??
ser# B30435926P it's in good shape


Just $20.00 it's not old enough or special.

spiralturtle said...

I have a $50 bill that says bearer and it is a 1964 can you tell mme what it is worth and why it is worth that

spiralturtle said...

Reply soon

Man said...

$50 bill that says bearer and it is a 1964
No such thing in the U.S.

Either describe it or check the country or year again.

Anonymous said...

i have a a 1950 series d 10 dollar bill new york new york with 2's in each corner B 43052943 J is it worth anything? no rips or tears just two crease marks from being folded otherwise in good condition

Man said...

1950 series d 10 dollar bill new york new york with 2's in each corner B 43052943 J is it worth anything? no rips or tears just two crease marks from being folded otherwise in good condition

About $15.00

spiralturtle said...

Sorry it is a 1934 $50 bill that says bearer on it not a 1964 sorry please tell me how much it is worth and why

Man said...

1934 $50 bill that says bearer

It depends on serial number and back number because collectors get them by the run. A run can contain many million notes which would have low value or just a few thousand notes which would have high value.

Without knowing your bill's back and serial number I must guess it is the most common and in very-fine it's about $60.00.

spiralturtle said...

I will tell you the serial number later and what do you mean about the back

Man said...

The back number is a small number somewhere on the back. For yours it should be under 162.

spiralturtle said...

Its a $50 bill that says bearable on demand and it is a 1934 S
serial#=C 07764380 A
back#=122
good condition

spiralturtle said...

Reply soon

Man said...

$50 bill that says bearable on demand and it is a 1934 S
serial#=C 07764380 A
back#=122
good condition


There is no 1934-S it must be either a
1934-C about $100.00
1934-D about $85.00

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I have a 1950 $10 Bill here.

Serial# C 66814900 B

Says : Series 1950 With a "B" to the left of the Robert B. Anderson Signature.

On the rear the number is: 1610

Condition is: Circulated but good condition.

What's it worth?

Man said...

$10 Bill here.
Serial# C 66814900 B
Says : Series 1950 With a "B"


About $12.00

Anonymous said...

Hi I have a $1 bill
serial#B11444308*
series 2003A
on back there's a 90
is this worth anything
thanks

Man said...

$1 bill
serial#B11444308*
series 2003A


About $2.50

sldetlie said...

Hi
I have a series 1950 ten dollar bill, appears perfectly clean and crisp, no damage or folds. G 05512954 B, and 1302 on back,lower right. Is it worth anything, besides $10?
Thank you.

Man said...

1950 ten dollar bill, appears perfectly clean and crisp, no damage or folds. G 05512954 B, and 1302 on back

This is the more common Wide Green variety it's about $35.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a 50 dollar bill 1950B serial no. B23621834 A. The borders are uneven on both sides. I thought it was counterfit, but it checked out as real.

Man said...

50 dollar bill 1950B serial no. B23621834 A
About $52.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

hows it goin. at work today i got a 1950D $50 bill from the chicago, il bank. serial # G14568808A. the stamp on the back is 174. i'de say its in very fine condition. no folds or tares. brght paper and dark ink. only flaw is the marker that someone used to check if it was real. from what i've read above is looks like their pretty common but just wanted to know for sure.

Man said...

1950D $50 bill from the chicago, il bank. serial # G14568808A

Yeah it's common about $55.00 in very-fine the marker should fade away in time.

Anonymous said...

hi, I have a 1$ silver certificate series a serial N10423692A. I also have 4 Indian Head Nickels years 1935, 1936, 1937, and one with the date completely rubbed off but there's a tiny letter under the five cents on the opposite side, cant tell what the letter is though..

and I have 3 Liberty Head Dimes yrs 1935, 1942, 1945. The 1942 is in excellent condition, lots of detail on both sides.

I'm just curious to know more about them. Thanks :)

Man said...

1$ silver certificate series a serial N10423692A
Without a year I can't say.

Indian Head Nickels
1935 about $1.00
1936 about $1.00
1937 about $1.00
Dateless about $0.50

Liberty Head Dimes
1935 about $1.50
1942 at least AU about $3.00
1945 about $1.50

Anonymous said...

Re: 1$ silver certificate series a serial N10423692A

its 1957 sorry about that..

Anonymous said...

What about steel wheat-back pennies from 1943? I probably have about 50 of them.

Man said...

1$ silver certificate series a serial N10423692A its 1957

About $2.50

steel wheat-back pennies from 1943
About $0.30 each.

Anonymous said...

I have a 10 dollar 1950A bill #L27384426B has 4 12 numbers on front on the right lower corner says B258 and on the back on the right lower corner it says 1588 can anyone tell me how much is it worth??

Man said...

10 dollar 1950A bill #L27384426B

About $12.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 ten dollar bill with a serial of A42843850
No letter under the date i think.

Man said...

1950 ten dollar bill with a serial of A42843850

About $12.00

Christina said...

I have a 1950 Ten Dollar Bill. C33124192A. There is no letter inder the date. On the back to the right of the picture is the number 1288. I was trying to find out if it's worth anything but I can't find any info on it.

Man said...

1950 Ten Dollar Bill. C33124192A...back to the right of the picture is the number 1288

About $12.00 in very-fine it's the more common variety if the back number was above 1380 it would be twice the value.

mikeo said...

1950 C Ten dollar bill # L56993998C /1650 on back corner. Any value its very crisp.

1969 C Five dollar bill--star. #L07525685* /back 206

any value.

thanks.

Man said...

1950 C Ten dollar bill # L56993998C /1650 on back corner. Any value its very crisp.
About $40.00


1969 C Five dollar bill--star. #L07525685* /back 206
About $10.00

mikeo said...

thank you for the info!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Man
I have a $1 bill that caught my eye
it's a 2003 A
with #F11129089M the M is what caught my eye
never seen one one a bill before
the back little # is 141
any info you can give me on it?

Man said...

$1 bill that caught my eye
it's a 2003 A
with #F11129089M the M is what caught my eye
never seen one one a bill before
.


You have a good eye.
That 2003-A #F-M had 2 short releases and 1 longer run for some reason I can not find.

Unfortunately the one you have is the longer run and just has face value.
Under #F06400000M and
Over #F89600001M have 5 times face value in uncirculated.

Still keep an eye out.

Anonymous said...

Hi~
I received a 1950 $5 #E60818733B the other day as change. It's very crisp with no tears/creases but it has a few counterfeit pens marks on the front of it. Other than that, it's in excellent shape. Just wondering its value (if any). Thanks! :)

Man said...

1950 $5 #E60818733B the other day as change. It's very crisp with no tears/creases but it has a few counterfeit pens marks

It must be a 1950-A about $10.00.

Anonymous said...

Hi
I have a 1995 $1 #B01544745X

Man said...

1995 $1 #B01544745X

About $1.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1988 Bronze or gold Mexican coin.It says it was worth 1,000$ but in Mexico its really 1,000 pesos,10 pesos is a dollar in America.
Please get me more info.

Anonymous said...

I have a two dollar bill with 3 folds the number on it is I40707770A

Man said...

1988 Bronze or gold Mexican coin.It says it was worth 1,000$

This is Aluminum-Bronze and is no longer legal currency anywhere.
Any Mexican coin or note before 1992 is no longer valid so it has no equal value in the America.

Still it has a collectors value of about $0.85.

Note there is a 1988 gold version that is very rare made for collectors it has an Oil Industry logo and is heavy and mirror-like.

Man said...

two dollar bill with 3 folds the number on it is I40707770A

What year?

Anonymous said...

oh yeah sorry 2003

Anonymous said...

Hi I have two dollars here
one is a $1 2003A with #L68006276Q
one is a $2 2003A with D01817930A
both are with no fold marks or bends
any info on them
thanks

Man said...

two dollar bill with 3 folds the number on it is I40707770A ...2003

About $2.00

$1 2003A L68006276Q about $1.00
$2 2003A D01817930A about $7.50

Anonymous said...

I have six silver half dollar coins.

1971,
1972,
1973,
1996,
1997,
1999.

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