Monday, December 04, 2006

I See Stars


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.

Just replying to questions I think most people should keep in mind when looking through your bills.

what does a star mean next to the serial number on a dollar bill?
A star means that some notes were damaged when made at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. To replace these notes the government uses notes with a star on them this way they don't have to replace notes with the same serial numbers. Less then 1% of notes are star notes.


Image Source: http://www.visi.com/~antiquitybureau/2starnotes.jpg

how much is a 1950D $5 bill worth with a star next to the serial number?
It depends on the serial number and condition.
The I-* is at most $200.00 in crisp-uncirculated.
The K-* is at most $175.00 in crisp-uncirculated.
All others are at most $100.00 in crisp-uncirculated.
divide by ten if in less then perfect grade.

some of the new $10 bills also have the star?
Lots of the new bill have this and at first the were rare but now they are worth only a few dollars over face but the DH-* are the most sought after.

is there anything special about them?
Many collectors like them but they are sometimes overpriced. Those from St. Louis(H), Minneapolis(I), and Cleveland(D) are always key districts.

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.

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

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susan said...

i have a 2001 series $1 bill with a star at the end. it is C03056519* what could it be worth? thanks susan

Man said...

2001 $1 bill C03056519*
it is a common star note so it is worth about $4.00 in crisp-uncirculated.

tlarmstrong said...

I have a very crisp, verp clean Series 1957 A $1 Silver Certificate with the Serial # *34924115A. What could it be worth? I actually have a box full of interesting money from Roman coins to 1922 Phillippines Peso's US Treasury Certificates.

Man said...

1957A $1 Silver Certificate
Serial # *34924115A Is about $12.00.

Roman coins I have no idea about ancient coins.

1922 Philippines Peso's US Treasury Certificates they average $10.00-$40.00 but some can be worth hundreds. Although I never heard of one from 1922.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have a Canadian 1943 Key Tombac nickel, if you would be so kind, what is it's value.

P.S.

I think you have a very nice website here. Thank you for offering your talents to even a novice like myself.

Man said...

Canadian 1943 Key Tombac nickel

This coin goes for $0.30 in fine and about $2.00 in uncirculated.
It is a common coin with 24,760,256 minted.

The true key is the Tombac 1944 so rare only one has been found sold for $38,500.


Thanks for the kind words.

Kayla said...

i have a 10 dollar bill from 1934 with a green star on the end of the series number. its a B series, but undernearthe the washington d.c. letters it only says series of 1934, with no B next to it. i thought most of them do sicne i have other older ones with their series letter next to "series of 1934 A" for example. the serioes number is B00608271 with a star next to it isntead of a "B" for the series letter. i was wondering if you knew how much its worth? thank you, and sorry if this was hard to understand i dont have a picture of it currently.

Man said...

10 dollar bill 1934 star note
serial #: B00608271*

Notes Printed: 795,826
Very Fine: $60.00
Choice-Crisp-Uncirculated: $300.00

It is the most common of the 1934 Dark Green Seal star notes but still a great note to own.

Cvrcek said...

hallo, I have $1 bills series 1935 silver certificate
1935C series E07878817E
1935F series T49780897I
thanks Cvrcek
contact: cvrcek at rychlospojky.sk

Man said...

$1 bills series 1935 silver certificate
1935C series E07878817E is $3.00
1935F series T49780897I is $3.00

Both values are for very fine and both bills are common.

eve said...

I have four bills with stars on them and they are as follows:
1999 series $1 bill E09509405*
2003 series $1 bill L01119023*
2003 series $1 bill B10758931*
2001 series $20 bill CL02628714*, are any on these bills worth money? thanks, Eve.

Man said...

1999 $1 bill E09509405* about $4.00.
2003 $1 bill L01119023* about $4.00.
2003 $1 bill B10758931* about $4.00.
2001 $20 bill CL02628714* about $36.00.

The prices are for crisp-uncirculated which means no folds, crisp, no smudges, and just about perfect.

While they currently hold little value above face now they are very collectible and retain higher values then normal bills over the years.

Anonymous said...

I have a series 1957 silver certificate dollar bill (not a star note). It has interesting serial numbers to say the least. They are different. The one on the left reads G55441785A and the one on the right reads G54441785A. It is in Good condition. Any idea of the value?

Man said...

1957 $1 bill
The one on the left reads G55441785A the one on the right reads G54441785A
It is in Good condition.

You have a famous mismatched serial number which affects 1957 bills G55xxxxxA-G54xxxxxxA and U261xxxxxxA-U260xxxxxxxxA

In fine it is worth $75.00
in extra-fine it is $150.00.

Fine condition has many folds, smudges and minor tears.
Extra-fine means no more than three minor folds and clean looking.

Very cool bill, congratulations.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2001 $5 bill with a star serial number CL-----*. Crisp and very fine condition. Any idea on a value?

Man said...

2001 $5 bill CL-----* in crisp-uncirculated it is valued at $15.00

Anonymous said...

I have a series 2001 $100 bill with a star at the end. It is CD01820635* what could it be worth?

P.S. I also have a series 1950 $10 bill. It is E94365040B what could it be worth? Thanks Sheena

Man said...

2001 $100 bill CD01820635*
Only $110.00 in crisp-uncirculated.

1950 $10 bill E94365040B
Only $20.00 in crisp-uncirculated.

Marcy said...

I recently picked up 100 one dollar bills that still have the paper band on them from the bank. They are new, in consecutive order and all have an error star in the serial number. Can you tell me if these are worth more than the 100 I paid for them. Thanks

Man said...

100 one dollar star notes from bank.

Well depends on the date and serial number.

2003A F00000000* - F03200000* go for about $5.00 a piece.

2003 E0640001* - E06560000* go for about $50.00 a piece.

Each serial number & date commands a different price.

Once again the star note market is quick to lose value in new notes because of new reports like yours always coming in. Sell fast and high, if you wait long they lose value for a while.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1950 10 dollar bill d 02872236c b series is it worth more than face value?thank you jean

Raymond said...

I have a $100 bill with the serial number AB15828680X. It is a series 1996. I work in a bank and see many bills but have never seen a serial number ending in an X. Do I have something of value on my hands?

Man said...

1950 10 dollar bill d 02872236c
It is $12.00

$100 bill 1996 AB15828680X
Not rare or valuable at all. The AB(or New York) series from 1996 set a record because 2,325,600,000 were printed.
They went all the way to AB-Y. people collected AB-X,AB-Y, and AB-*. But they bring little extra value, maybe a few dollars over face.

Here is a guy who collected all of them for fun LINK.

Meg said...

I have a 1950 $20 star note. It is circulated, however has no tears and only one fold. Looks pretty clean. Any idea what it would be worth?

Man said...

1950 $20 star note.

Depends on the exact serial number but in very-fine they start at$50.00. They go to up $150.00 for certain numbers.

Anonymous said...

i have a 2003 series $1 bill with a star at the end. it is G06863343*. what could it be worth? thanks
karen

Man said...

2003 series $1 bill G06863343*

Those are quite common in crisp-uncirculated it is at most $2.50

Todd said...

I have a series 2003A $1 star note, serial K00339745*... Any value?

Man said...

2003A $1, K00339745*

in crisp uncirculated it is $20.00, only 640,000 were made making it semi-rare.

Good find.

spartanmark05 said...

I have a 1963 red-sealed $5 bill in good condition. Serial number is *00296967 A. What could the value of this bill be?

Man said...

1963 $5 bill in good condition. Serial number *00296967A

In good it is about $10.00.
Good is defined as having some tears, may be dirty or inked, and many folds.

Very fine it is about $20.00.
Very fine is defined as having no tears, only 4-5 heavy folds and little dirt.

Garrett said...

Hello, I came accross a $20 bill that I got from the bank and noticed it had a star but what mostly caught my attention was the 500 at the end of the serial number but, I know nothing about this stuff and found this website on google.

SERIES 2001:
CL00831500*
L12

Quality: IT has been folded about 4 times not counting 3 of the corners and it has a permenant maker mark on the top right corner.
Somewhat well circulated I would think.

If it is worth any thing more than face value let me know please. cruid65@gmail.com

Thank you.

Man said...

$20 bill SERIES 2001, CL00831500*
well circulated

Just $20.00 the problem being the marker stain and all the folds, a bill this new must be in near perfect condition to be worth anything above face.

You are right about the end 00. If the bill was in new condition it would bring in about $50.00 because of the 00 in front and the end.

John said...

Hi i have a 1 dollar siver certificate 1957 B series and i was wondering how much its worth. also i have acouple of star notes as well

1957 B Silver certificate 1 dollar
X54058175A

2003 1 Dollar Star note
G06805670*

1999 10 Dollar Star Note
BD01871706*

1985 20 Dollar Star Note(uncir)
J00402545*

1996 20 Dollar Star Note
AC01004710*

1996 20 Dollar Star Note
AL01084516*

2004 20 Dollar Star Note(uncir)
EG00236714*

Any help we b wonderfull thanks

John said...

sorry i also have some older money too.

2003 1 Dollar Star Note
G09103828*

1981A 20 Dollar
L45025030E

1985 20 Dollar
L97666554

1969C 20 Dollar
L14576282C

Man said...

I'll give values in very-fine,

1957B $1, X54058175A
about $2.50

2003 $1, G06805670*
about $1.75

1999 $10, BD01871706*
about $12.50

1985 $20, J00402545*
In (uncir) about $45.00

1996 $20, AC01004710*
about $25.00

1996 $20, AL01084516*
about $25.00

2004 $20, EG00236714*
In (uncir) about $45.00

2003 $1, G09103828*
about $12.50

1981A $20, L45025030E
about $30.00

1985 $20, L97666554
about $30.00

1969C $20, L14576282C
about $30.00

John said...

hi i was wondering how come this one is worth less than the other one

2003 $1, G06805670*
about $1.75

2003 $1, G09103828*
about $12.50

on top of that i gotten a

2004 20 dollar star note
EF00076251*

and how much is it if it was uncir thanks alot man

Man said...

2003 $1, G06805670*
about $1.75

2003 $1, G09103828*
about $12.50

Whoops, I thought the 1 was a 7, I read that fast and the should both be $1.75. Here is why....
G00000001*-G09600000* are common
G09600001*-G10240000* are rare
The government announces how many bills will be printed for each series. The second set of star notes printed was unexpected and less were printed making them more valuable to collectors.


2004 $20, EF00076251*
about $30.00 in uncirc.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1963A star note $1 dollar bill, is it worth anything? Serial # I00493281* Thanks, Howard

Man said...

1963A $1, I00493281*
About $5.00 in crisp-uncirculated.

Anonymous said...

Are the bicentenial coins worth anything?
1941S Nickel?
1949 Nickel?
1952 Quarter? Seems light.
1950A $10 bill G21938148D?
1981 $1 bill F90217784F?
1878 - 1882 Morgan dollars? 1879&1880 in best condition.

2000-2002 Proof sets?

Thanks I know there's alot.These are the only coins and currency I think may have value.

Man said...

bicentennial coins are all common and usually not worth anything extra in less then perfect condition.

I'll give the values in very fine.

1941S Nickel about $0.30
1949 Nickel about $0.30
1952 Quarter about $2.00
1950A $10 bill G21938148D
about $12.00

1981 $1 bill F90217784F
about $1.00

1878-1882 Morgan dollars
average about $25.00

1879&1880 in best condition(MS-60).
1879 about $35.00
1880 about $38.00

Proof sets?
2000 about $24.00
2001 about $150.00
2002 about $45.00

Anonymous said...

Why is the 2001 worth so much more?

Man said...

Why is the 2001 worth so much more?

Good question but I know of no good answer it is a collectors market and in 2001 maybe because of 9/11 that year is very sought after.

I know I'm kicking myself because I could have bought 5 sets and made a huge profit.
The silver of that year goes for $175.00.

John said...

Hi its me again. if ur wondering how im getting these notes. it cuz i work at a casino and i see alot of bills passing thourgh well anyways i have 3 star notes and i notices that there wasn't anyone posting a 100 dollar star note.

2003 1 dollar Star
G09464811*

1999 5 Dollar Star
BF13192483*

1985 100 Dollar Star
J00402545*

Man said...

All values are in uncirculated.

2003 $1, G09464811*
about $1.75

1999 $5, BF13192483*
about $10.00

1985 $100, J00402545*
about $150.00

I worked in a supermarket in he past and I use to get the strangest and oldest coins. When I bought my first coin book I was slightly disappointed in there low values and then most collector or coin shops buy them at half the price listed.
All that said I still enjoy finding coin, star notes and others. Worse comes to worse they are still worth face value but in few years the price always rises.

One modern note to keep an eye out is the 1988A (FW) $1, F064000001*-F09600000* in uncirculated it is $1,000.00

John said...

does it have to be 1988A

Man said...

Yes.

John said...

$2 series 2003 #I07126906B
$5 series 2001 #CK00893399*
$5 series 1953B #C32768397A
$50 series 1977 #B42358421A
$50 series 1985 #B72764742B
$100 series of 1934 #G06428295A
$100 series 1969C #B35794478A
$100 series 1981 #B07172634B
All have been circulated and are in Fine condition. This is sort-of for sh!+s and giggles; I'm trying to see if I can beat my banks savings rate over the next 18 years until my daughter's college years arrive.Or should I just deposit these and take the interest? Thanks for the help :)
John

Man said...

All values are for very-fine.

$2 2003 I07126906B about $2.00
$5 2001 CK00893399* about $7.00
$5 1953B C32768397A about $12.00
$50 1977 B42358421A about $50.00
$50 1985 B72764742B about $50.00
$100 1934 G06428295A about $200.00
$100 1969C B35794478A about $105.00
$100 1981 B07172634B about $100.00

18 years ago you could get most of most bills for close to face value. Also recently thanks to eBay currency collectors are getting more specific with the serial numbers and paying premium for what they want.

That being said the market has dropped before and a bank is a pretty good investment.
I'll still collect no matter what the value because it is all still legal tender.

Good luck. That one odd error note or a 1928D $1 star note may pass your way and you would up $20,000.00.

John H said...

whao i guess im not the only john here. hahaha anyways i'll change my name so we don't get confuse. i gotten two star notes

2003 1 dollar star
G09887123*

1995 1 dollar star
I16350351*

later tonite at work i'll be getting more notes, hehehe

Thanks man

Anonymous said...

I have a series 1950A $20 bill. It is #H27857077A. It has no border on top front of bill. A very noticeable border difference top to bottom on back.(less on top) I believe bill to be vg to f condition. What could it be worth? Thx; David

John H said...

I got another 3 star note and one reg

2003 1 Dollar Star note
F06068161*

2003 1 Dollar Star Note
G07543975*

Reg 1988A 1 dollar Note
C48131521E

2001 5 Dollar Star Note
CL04697375*

thanks again. for ur help.

Man said...

All values are for crisp-uncirculated unless other wise noted.

2003 $1 G09887123*
about $15.00

1995 $1 I16350351*
about $3.00

1950A $20 bill H27857077A
This is a misaligned note but a very minor one that brings no extra value. It is worth in fine about $25.00

2003 $1 F06068161*
about $3.00

2003 $1 G07543975*
about $2.50

1988A $1 C48131521E
about $2.00

2001 $5 CL04697375*
about $15.00

A warning of sorts about star notes, they tend to be valued high at the beginning.
For example in 2003 the $1 star note for 2003 was $100.00 in crisp-uncirculated, today that note is $35.00. Value may go up to $100 but that might take years.
Just a warning not advice I still love getting star notes in my change.

Anonymous said...

I have a series 1934 $100 and $50 with the bright green ink are they worth anything in fine condiotion

Man said...

fine condition
1934 $100 about $110.00
1934 $50 about $70.00

Because it is a low grade note and you didn't specify any serial numbers then I assumed the most common of that year.

bobkab said...

i have a 1999 series $20 dollar bill with the BL00294765* i was wondering if you could tell me the value of it and where i could sell it? thatnks -kerry

Man said...

1999 $20 bill, BL00294765*
About $25.00 in uncirculated.

As for selling it you may try eBay but I don't expect you to make a profit.

It is difficult to sell bills for profit if your not a life long collector. All the coin shop around me have closed and most of my eBay contacts have given up.

This is for everyone: Unless the coin/bill is worth about $1,000 don't bother selling. If your a good eBay seller or have a good rep then maybe you can sell stuff under $1,000.

John H said...

hi me again. hehe i have a

2001 1 dollar star note
F09726094*

Man said...

2001 $1 F09726094*

In crisp-uncirculated it is about $20.00.

John H said...

well this will be my last post until i come bak from my vacation anyways i have a crisp uncir one dollar bill

1999 L12781058*

Man said...

1999 $1 L12781058*
about $2.50

Have a great vacation, as a coin guy I would remind you if your going out of country pick up some local money as a souvenir for yourself. They make great keepsakes.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have an uncut sheet of 16 subject 1996 $20 star notes (AL*). The sheet is in perfect uncirculated condition. I received this as a gift and was wondering what the value was. I can't seem to find anyone selling this!

Thanks

Man said...

16 subject 1996 $20 star notes (AL*)

About $500.00 maybe $450.00. The ones dated before 1976 are the real collectibles.

They are sold by the US government...
Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

The new 2004A are selling for $409.00. Great gift though. I got the $2.00 sheet a few years ago..

Xiong Her said...

Hello. I have some more star notes and old notes I would like the value of. These are circulated though.
Star:
$1 G07149797* 2003
$10 BF18839375* 1999
$20 AG03090634* 1996
$20 EE04780795* 2004
$20 EF01278492* 2004
$20 AG10521332* 1996
$20 EC11692332* 2004
$100 DB03415565* 2003
Old:
$20 F83607968A Series 1969C
$100 L01417392A Series 1963A
$100 L14205732A Series 1969C

Thank you so much!!!

Man said...

All values will be in very-fine which is close to a nice circulated bill.

$1 G07149797* 2003 about $1.25
$10 BF18839375* 1999 about $12.50
$20 AG03090634* 1996 about $21.00
$20 EE04780795* 2004 about $22.00
$20 EF01278492* 2004 about $22.00
$20 AG10521332* 1996 about $21.00
$20 EC11692332* 2004 about $22.00
$100 DB03415565* 2003 about $105.00

$20 F83607968A 1969C about $22.00
$100 L01417392A 1963A about $105.00
$100 L14205732A 1969C about $100.00

Anonymous said...

hello I have a crisp $10 bill c00863674b 1950 series a that I have held on to. Is it worth me keeping safe? thank you

Man said...

1950 $10 bill c00863674b

It is about $35.00 but it should be a 1950A.

ellen cherry said...

I have two series 1950 D 100 dollar bills. One is a star note, the other is not. Both have obviously been in circulation but have very little wear and tear. The non-star note looks like it has a slight burn mark on the top center but it stops before it reaches the border that says Federal Reserve. Both have seals that say Federal Reserve Bank of New York rather than the current United States Federal Reserve seal. I was curious what these two might be worth.

Man said...

1950 D $100 in fine condition
star note about $125.00
other is not about $100.00

The condition brings down the price to just face value on the second note.

beth said...

hi
i have a 1934 $100.00 bill in fair condition. just curious if its worth anything. it says B04538805 A on it
federal reserve bank of NEW YORK. it has a 2 in all four corners and in the right hand corner it also says C7.
thanks

Man said...

1934 $100.00 bill in fair condition. B04538805A

It is about $115.00.

beth said...

thank you for such a quick reply!

Anonymous said...

I have two 2003 $1 bills that look as though they were placed face to face an upside down before they were dry. They have the words and faces of eacothers on them upside down an off center. i imagine there were even more before I found them for there backs are smudged as well. Are these actually worth anything?

Man said...

If it not an Offset or Transfer error with the numbers from the same bill not another bill. Then it is likely not a true error.

Using solvents you can easily duplicate what you described.

But if you believe this is a real error email a proffesional who may charge you to evaluate the notes.
PCGS or Fred Weinberg are good places to start.

John H said...

hi im bak from my vaction hehe anyways today at work i pick up 3 star bill.

1993 50 Star note(Very Fine)
B06640580*
But i would also like the uncir value too please

1999 1 dollar star note(very fine)
L14074137*

2003 Star 1 dollar
G06677420*

thanks

Man said...

1993 $50 B06640580*
(Very Fine) about $50.00
(Unc)about $75.00

1999 $1 L14074137*
(very fine) about $2.00

2003 $1 G06677420*
about $2.00

Neill said...

1999 fine condition $1 bill

H 02344700*

Man said...

1999 fine condition $1 bill
H02344700*

About $35.00, this is one of the more low-printed star notes.

Anonymous said...

1999 $10 BA 01922662*. Any idea of it's worth?

Man said...

1999 $10 BA 01922662*
About $15.00 in very fine.

Anonymous said...

I just found a $1 dollar - Silver Certificate series 1935 bill. Number A 08272593 A. Paper is crisp.Looks like it was folded once but it has been stuck in a plastic folder for about 15 years now. Worth keeping?

Man said...

$1 bill 1935, A08272593A

It's worth about $7.00. It is the most common of the 1935 notes, but it's still worth keeping because it is also one of the first in the series.

Anonymous said...

100.00 dollar bill #b06591946a series A and serices C E07451415A Could you tell me what it is worth?

Man said...

100.00 dollar bill #b06591946a series A and serices C E07451415A Could you tell me what it is worth?

What year?

Dale said...

We have a $50 bill with a star next to the serial number. We were told to keep it because the star meant it was worth more than $50. Is this true? How much more, if so?

Thank You. Dale

Man said...

$50 bill with a star next to the serial number

Depends on the year, the serial number, and the condition. Generally it adds 25% above face value.

Nick said...

1977 $50 bill B12577113*
2001 $5 bill CL04611674*
Can you tell me if these are worth anything?

Thanks

Man said...

Values in crisp-uncirculated.

1977 $50 bill B12577113*
about $75.00.

2001 $5 bill CL04611674*
about $15.00.

nick said...

I think there are two errors on the 1977 $50 bill B12577113*, where/how is the best way to go about grading it?

Thanks again for the response

Anonymous said...

I have 100 1 dollar silver certificatesin perfert order from v65245802A to V65245900 could you tell me hoew much they are worth?

Man said...

I think there are two errors on the 1977 $50 bill B12577113*, where/how is the best way to go about grading it?

PCGS Currency
this link will take you to the most trusted grading service but you first must join as a paid member $50.00 or more and you get a few free submissions then after that you have to pay regular prices. Follow there "join Now" link if you want to know.

If you have more questions just email one of them to see if this is right for you.


100 $1 silver certificates in perfect order from v65245802A to V65245900 could you tell me how much they are worth?

What year?

Anonymous said...

I have a Fine condition series 1950 C $10 dollar bill with the serial number A27471292C, how much is it worth? also does the position of the front of the bill affect the price? the bill i have is printed very close to the cut edge. Thanks

Man said...

Fine condition series 1950 C $10 A27471292C close to the edge.

In fine about $11.00 it is the second most common note of the 1950C series. Because of this any minor imperfections such as faulty alignment or mis-cuttings does not bring any extra value a may actually lesson the value for some collectors.

maria said...

sORRY LET ME REDO MY QUESTION

I HAVE A SERIES B 1950 TEN DOLLAR BILL SERIAL # G70587145E

MINT CONDITION AND VERY CRISP. IT'S ON A LITTLE THICKER PAPER THAN NORMAL MONEY

THANKS

Man said...

1950-B TEN DOLLAR BILL SERIAL # G70587145E

MINT CONDITION AND VERY CRISP. IT'S ON A LITTLE THICKER PAPER THAN NORMAL MONEY


Crisp uncirculated is about $17.50 a note is sometimes designated Exceptional Paper Quality (EPQ) which means original and never cleaned, over time cleaning and restoring notes makes them thinner.
Also since paper money is made of cotton/linen the thickness will vary.

Either way it may bring the value to $45.00 or more if the thickness is significant.

Anonymous said...

mzcwihI have a somewhat crisp $50 dollar bill with a star at the end. It is AG01218693* What would this be worth? thanks foir the info

JOhn- San Antonio

Man said...

crisp $50 bill AG01218693*

I assume it is 1996 so it would be about $65.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1996 series 50 Dollar bill w/serial Number AG01218693*. Its condition is a 7 out of 10 scale factor. Semi crisp. What would this be worth? thanks for the info
JOHN

Man said...

Crisp is $65.00 anything less then crisp and just $50.00.

critiKal74 said...

I was given a mint 1935F one dollar bill . If you would could you please get back to me with the possible value of this bill. Your response is greatly appreciated.

Man said...

mint 1935F one dollar bill

Depends on the serial number but there are only 3 ranges so I'll list all 3.

For any star notes $15.00
For B71640001J - B72000000J about $450.00
For all other about $9.00

As you can tell there is one group that is highly valued for a reason that escapes me.

Good luck hope you have the lucky numbers.

lanina said...

Hi,

I have a mint (no creases, very crisp) 1934 $20 bill. Serial number B36531486

Do you have any idea of its worth?
Thanks!
June

Man said...

mint (no creases, very crisp)
1934 $20 bill Serial # B36531486

You left out the last letter in the serial number but I got enough info.

If it is B36531486A then it is about $60.00.

If it is B36531486B then it is about $200.00.

Lets hope the last letter is a B.

Anonymous said...

I have 10 uncirculated 2003 series 1 dollar star bills in sequence.
J01669406*-J001669415*.
Are these bills worth anything more than 10 bucks?

Man said...

10 uncirculated 2003 series
1 dollar star bills in sequence,
J01669406*-J01669415*

As far as I know only 2003A had J-* and sine they are fairly new then they have a value of about $1.50, although I have seen them sell at $3.00 each when they first came out.

Star notes are generally worth more as time passes.

Shelly said...

1985 $20 1st printing offset VF/XF B90331791M

1914 $20 federal note I4104905A

1935A $1 SC Hawaii overprint P35644438C

1928G $2 note fine E24366184A and E26100457A

1935A $1 S/C R91899030C

1928A "funny back" used S/C H96027312B

1928D $2 red seal C59719525A

Shelly said...

1928A "funny back" used S/C H96027312B

is a $1 sorry!!!

Man said...

1985 $20 1st printing offset VF/XF B90331791M
About $75.00

1914 $20 federal note I4104905A
About $105.00

1935A $1 SC Hawaii overprint P35644438C
About $50.00


1928G $2 note fine E24366184A and E26100457A
About $15.00 for each.

1935A $1 S/C R91899030C
About $50.00

1928A $1 "funny back" used S/C H96027312B
About $24.00

1928D $2 red seal C59719525A
About $15.00

mbaker10 said...

I have come across 5, 1950, $100 bills. 4 are series D, s# E11206493A, E11206500A, E10377628A and E10377638A. One just reads series 1950, s# E02886543A. All are still very crisp and still have excellent color. What could these be worth?

Man said...

1950-D $100 bills crisp
E11206493A about $110.00
E11206500A about $110.00
E10377628A about $110.00
E10377638A about $110.00

1950
E02886543A about $110.00
for this one there are two varieties a mule green seal and a regular green seal.
Mule green seals have a back number of 112 or lower.
Regular green seals have a back number of 113 or higher.
For 1950 the regulars are worth more but for s# E-A it is the same price.

Anonymous said...

I have a few questions:

1) Is there any increased value for $1 bill from the 2004A Series?
2) Is there any increased value for $5 bill from the 2004A Series?
3) Have you seen where the for example the 6's in the four corners of a $1 bill, the one's on the right side are bold and the ones on the left side are not? Is this a big deal, I mean worth more?

Thanks for your help.

Man said...

1) Is there any increased value for $1 bill from the 2004A Series?
No such note exists.
If you do have one it can't be real.

2) Is there any increased value for $5 bill from the 2004A Series?
No such note exists.
If you do have one it can't be real.

3) Have you seen where the for example the 6's in the four corners of a $1 bill, the one's on the right side are bold and the ones on the left side are not? Is this a big deal, I mean worth more?
Yes I heard of these but for now it doesn't bring any increase in value unless they are completely faded.

If any of these are star notes they will be worth 3 times face value in crisp.


If for some reason the $1 & $5 are real they would be worth a lot.

Anonymous said...

Im sorry, I was mistaken about the year on the $1 and $5 bills, they are from 2003A Series.

Man said...

$1 and $5 bills, they are from 2003A Series
None are worth much over face and only when they are perfect.

Again if they are star notes the $1 bills start at $10.00 depending on serial number.

JOhn said...

i have a 20 dollar star note

1990 I04544871*

Man said...

20 dollar star note
1990 I04544871*


In crisp uncirculated it is about $40.00.

For that year only 5,120,000 I-* were printed but that is only the second lowest. The more desired one is the serial numbers for H-* because it only had 320,000 printed.

Nice find.

John said...

Hi i have a Dollar Blue seal and a dollar star note

1 Dollar B79603311G 1935D

1 Dollar F03610824* 2003

thanks

Man said...

1 Dollar B79603311G 1935D
It is about $3.00 in very fine. This is known as the 1935D Wide. There is a 1935D Narrow serial # start at U-E they are worth $2,000.00. The only difference is slight gap between the word DOLLAR and the edge of the design.

Collectors are weird.

1 Dollar F03610824* 2003
It is about $1.50

John said...

im sorrie im don't get what you mean. about the U-E, can you explain alilo more?

Man said...

Your bill is
1 Dollar B79603311G 1935D
if it was
1 Dollar U79603311E 1935D
it would be worth more.

Your bill is B-G.

joe said...

hi i have a 2003 uncir 1 dollar bil it reads

G56293060*

how much is it worth thanks

Man said...

2003 uncir 1 dollar bil it reads
G56293060*


Are you sure about the serial number and star?

The highest I know of is G10240000* these are worth about $17.50 but any the 2003A notes got as high as G57000000E and are worth only $1.00.
If you have something different then I'd need to see a picture because it could be worth a lot more.

Jimmy said...

hi i have 2 1 dollar star note

K00474011

G08379117

both 2003 series thanks

Man said...

2003 1 dollar star note

K00474011* about $3.00

G08379117* about $2.50

Lady in red said...

hi i have a dollar bill thats a star

G08006616 2003 please thanks

Man said...

dollar bill thats a star
G08006616 2003


About $2.50 in crisp-uncirculated.

John said...

B07880154* 1Dollar
F05676203* 1Dollar

thanks

Man said...

I would need a year.

John said...

my bads its 2003Afor the B07880154* wats the differents in the series A or not

Man said...

2003Afor the B07880154*

This is the most star for 2003A and worth about $2.50.

If the other is 2003 it is about $1.50.

The A means that the original 2003 design had a minor change. In this case a signature was changed from Rosario Marin to Anna Escobedo Cabral the new treasurer of the United States.

Bert said...

I have a 1934A (E69931297A) US $10.00 bill. Circulated Can you tell me how much it is worth?

Man said...

...1934A (E69931297A) US $10.00 bill. Circulated...

About $11.00.

This is a good example of why serial numbers matters because if it was E19931297A then it would be $25.00 because it has different size check numbers on the back. That little difference doubles the value and the only way to know is by the serial number.

John said...

Hyee me again i have a 1993 E02072051* 5 Dollar in very fine almost uncir, but can u give me the break down of the value for fair thanks

Man said...

1993 E02072051* 5 Dollar

In very-fine it is about $7.50

sherry said...

Hi i have three one dollar cerificates
x79259609h 1935e
*53025664a 1957
b70785822j 1935g
are these worth holding onto?
Thanks

Man said...

x79259609h 1935e about $3.00
*53025664a 1957 about $4.00
b70785822j 1935g about $5.00


They're all fairly common but still nice if you want to start collecting.

Anonymous said...

i have 4 bills the first is a 1934 c series $10 serial # j66118438a
the next is 1935 f series $1 silver certificate serial # x02336675i the next is 1957 b series $1 silver certificate fine condition serial # w13530227a
the last is 1957 a series $1 silver certicate fine condition with serial # f93941600a

Man said...

1934-C $10 serial # j66118438a
About $12.00

1935-F $1 serial # x02336675i
About $3.00

1957-B $1 serial # w13530227a
About $2.50

1957-A $1 serial # f93941600a
About $2.50

All are fairly common.

Anonymous said...

I have a Series 2003 $100 bill with star at the end of the serial number. How much is it worth?

Man said...

Series 2003 $100 bill with star

Depends on the serial number but in crisp-uncirculated about $115.00.

kieblera5 said...

Series 1996 $20 star note
AA 09151010 *
-Andrew-

Man said...

1996 $20 star note
AA 09151010 *


About $22.00 in extra-fine.

John said...

hi i have a 1 dollar star note

k0040417* 2003A

Man said...

1 dollar star note

k0040417* 2003A


About $10.00.

John said...

Hi i have another Dollar

K00158091* 2003A

and i was wondering how come the other one worth that much thanks

Man said...

Dollar

K00158091* 2003A


About $10.00

The reason is because they are new and they should be in great condition plus it was a small print. Only 640,000 were printed compared to 364,800,000 of the series K-A--K-D.

A rarer one was the early B-* 2003A notes the first run was 320,000 and it is worth about one and half more than the star listed.

All in all about 1,280,000 K-star notes were made so the value may go down as the actual numbers come in.

The market for star notes goes high as the notes is released then drops. After 10-20 years it goes up again.

John said...

so where can i sell them?

Man said...

That's the most difficult part.

You can try eBay.
A coin forum is a good place but you have to be there for a while.
Any coin shop will offer only two or three dollars at the most. Remember the value is the cost to replace/buy the bill from a dealer. Selling always gets you less money.

Bills/notes are harder to sell. Most people who don't collect just use the bills and never see a profit. It is why I never sell any coins on my site.

Good luck.

kieblera5 said...

Series 1999 $1 B 09101141 *

Man said...

1999 $1 B 09101141 *


About $2.50 in crisp-uncirculated.

John said...

hi i know this is in the wrong spot. but i have a 5 dollar bill

B20994116A 1953A in Very Fine

Man said...

5 dollar bill

B20994116A 1953A in Very Fine


There is no wrong spot any where you want ask a question or leave a comment is fine.

About $12.00 it is a red seal.

John said...

hahaha yeah its is a red seal but i also seen the blue seals. whats the differents in the color seals???. n how much would it been if it was a blue seal?

Man said...

whats the differents in the color seals???. n how much would it been if it was a blue seal?

Red seals are United Stats Notes or Legal Tender Notes it was mandated by the Congress of 1878 to maintain an amount of currency backed by the government.

Blue seals are Silver Certificates that are backed by stockpiles of silver.

Both were discontinued by the mid-1960s yet they are still legal to use and will always have there face value, just not in silver.

If yours was a blue seal it would be about $10.00.

There is also a green, yellow and brown seal but not for 1953.

Ghnadine said...

i have a 1776-1976 one dollar coin?
what is it worth and how much should it weigh

Ghnadine said...

1776/2002 State Quarter from Tennessee that has
made it through without it's Nickel coating, you can tell this just by
comparing it to a normal quarter.
The question is, is there any additional value to a coin like this?

Man said...

1776-1976 one dollar coin?

About $2.00 in extra-fine and weighs 22.68 grams in copper-clad.
About $16.00 if silver and weighs 24.59 grams.


1776/2002 State Quarter from Tennessee that has
made it through without it's Nickel coating, you can tell this just by..


It should weigh 5.67 grams if normal but less if it is a true error. This error is called a missing clad layer worth about $400.00 if one side is missing more if on both.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1952 Series C $10 bill that does not have "in god we trust" on the back. It's B01980452I. It's in good condition, what could this be worth? Thanks.

Man said...

1952 Series C $10 bill that does not have "in god we trust" on the back. It's B01980452I.

There is no such bill I know there are 1950 and 1953 but niether match the series or # you gave.

John said...

hi i have two 1 dollar bill both 2003A

B09498938*
K00452060*

thanks

Man said...

1 dollar bill both 2003A

B09498938* about $2.50 in very-fine
K00452060* about $10.00 in very-fine

The second one had a very low print run.

John said...

Hi me again this time i have a 10 dollar bill

DJ0004556* 2003 VERY FINE

thanks

ive also notices that the new color tens dun have the year they were printed.

Man said...

10 dollar bill

DJ0004556* 2003 VERY FINE


Since the number is low it would be about $30.00.

John said...

ive remember reading sumwhere on the net that people also collect bill with serials that reads forwards same as backwards for an example H01233210 is it worth sumthang? or is it just nonsences im reading on the net?

Man said...

Yes that would be an example of a radar note or palindrome.

It adds on average about $5.00 to the note value depending on condition and digits in the note.

Meaning H00011000A is better than H01577510A.

Anonymous said...

I have a series 1957 one dollar silver certificate with a serial number mismatch. Left number G55447723A. Right number G54447723A. Was paid by U.S. army in 1963 at Fort Benning, GA. How much could this be worth? thanks

Man said...

1957 one dollar silver certificate with a serial number mismatch. Left number G55447723A. Right number G54447723A.

Yes these are some of the famous Mismatched Serial Numbers released by Fort Benning by the thousands.

In extra-fine, meaning 3 or less folds, is about $150.00

This is a great error note.

John said...

hi me again i have a 1993 5 dollar bill

E03392600A

thanks

Man said...

1993 5 dollar bill

E03392600A


About $5.00

John said...

hi i have a rare find today hehehe i have two 1 dollar bill 1928A

B05071377B
B84551316B

and i have two Dollar bills
G07063288*
E05438766*

Both 2003 thanks

Man said...

I'll list prices on very fine.

1 dollar bill 1928A
B05071377B is about $24.00
B84551316B is about $24.00

2003 Dollar bills
G07063288* is about $3.00
E05438766* is about $3.50

John said...

hi i have two 1 dollar bills

2003A K00019273*

2003 G08930762*

thanks

Man said...

2003A K00019273* about $10.00

2003 G08930762* about $2.00

John said...

hello i have a dollar bill

2003 G07491573*

Man said...

dollar bill

2003 G07491573*


About $2.00

Anonymous said...

Hi There
i have a canada 1942 half dollar , with 2 horses and a crown on the back and i was wondering if it's worth anything

Man said...

canada 1942 half dollar

About $6.00

John said...

hi today i found a 5 dollar 1934C with Washington DC on the bottom

serial M11867125A


thanks

John said...

im sorrie its a sliver certificate with the blue seal

Man said...

5 dollar 1934C with Washington DC on the bottom

serial M11867125A



About $12.00

John said...

Hi i have a rare find today, i gotten a dollar coin the susan b one. 1979 but the werid thing was it didn't have the E pluribus unum that the normal dollar coin does. can it be fake? or if it isn't how much is it worth??? thanks

Man said...

1979 but the werid thing was it didn't have the E pluribus unum

Sounds like it was struck through grease or a weak strike either way it does not bring any extra value.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1995 dollar bill with the serial number of I16169170*. i was wondering if it's worth anything.

Man said...

1995 dollar bill with the serial number of I16169170*

About $1.50 in very-fine.

Zach N said...

Hello I came across this bill:

$20 Series 1996
AF 00314849 *(star)
F6

(when I hold it up to the light the face on the right is very 'offset')

Another bill:
$20 Series 1996
AA04430736A
A1

Man said...

$20 Series 1996
AF 00314849 *

About $30.00 in crisp-uncirculated.


(when I hold it up to the light the face on the right is very 'offset')

Another bill:
$20 Series 1996
AA04430736A


Offsetting on the watermark is really considered an error. It won't bring any extra as for the bill itself it is very common and would not bring anything over face.

Zach N said...

Where can I sell it for $30?

Man said...

Where can I sell it for $30?
Assuming it can be graded as crisp-uncirculated. Then get a good scan and sell it on eBay or join a currency forum and sell it there.

It won't be easy to sell these days because a flood of them have hit eBay for the holidays. So mostly the ones selling have been graded by professionals.

jbubblez210 said...

I have a 1934A $10 bill serial number is D28715294A, What is it worth?

Man said...

1934A $10 bill serial number is D28715294A

About $25.00

Jim said...

hello i have a 1985 20 dollar bill

B4424244* thanks

Man said...

1985 20 dollar bill B4424244*

It should be B04424244* nice almost radar note is about $30.00 maybe more if you knew the right collector that is in to fancy numbers.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935 A series Hawaii silver certificate # S4986622C . It is in good condition, but definetly in circulation. What is the value?

Man said...

1935 A series Hawaii silver certificate # S4986622C

About $30.00

John said...

Hello Wow under my christmas tree for me layed a Americana Series Yesteryear Collection that consist of and 1900 Indian Head Penny, 1897 Liberty nickel, 1908 Barber half Dollar, 1906 Barber Quarter, and a 1946 Barber Dime. and i was wondering how much is it worth? thanks

Man said...

Nice my Christmas coins are still on the delivery truck.

1900 Indian Head Penny about $2.00
1897 Liberty nickel about $4.00
1908 Barber half Dollar about $12.00
1906 Barber Quarter about $7.00
1906 Barber Dime about $2.50

I assumed the dime was 1906 not 1946. All in all it would be about $27.50. In the future if you decide to collect more on own avoid buying these sets as they tend to be overpriced. Ebay has better quality for cheaper prices.

Great gift hope the rest of the holiday season is equally fun.

John said...

im sorry it wasn't 1946 nor 1906 its really 1916 ma bads but anyways does that make a differents? n are these coin really made in pure silver and copper?

Man said...

im sorry it wasn't 1946 nor 1906 its really 1916 ma bads but anyways does that make a differents? n are these coin really made in pure silver and copper?

1916 is still about $2.50

The dime, quarter, and half are made of 90% silver and 10% copper.
That is where most of the value comes from.

The nickel is 75% copper and 25% nickel.

The cent is 95% copper and 5% tin & zinc.

Not pure but still a high metal value as copper and silver prices go up these coins often double in value.

btalley106 said...

i have a 10 bill 1934b series
B99889665d
whats it worth?

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