Friday, September 28, 2007

Finally I Got A Star

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

While I'm happy so many people are finding star notes it has been a while since I got one. Mostly since I hardly use cash anymore.

Then on September 25 I got this bill in my change. It is a 2003A F-Atlanta series star note.

The back is normal as you can tell.

The star note is a replacement note used by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing when a defect or error is found on the regular run of notes. There is no replacement of specific serial number instead they replace blocks of notes with the newest star notes. Since less then 1% of notes need replacement star notes are scarce.

Still they are not rare since they are printed by the hundred thousand or million. They are printed in runs of a specific amount and the lower the run the more it is worth to collectors.
  • Less than 320,000 printed is lowest.
  • Exactly 320,000 printed is very-low.
  • Between 320,000 and 640,000 is low.
  • Exactly 640,000 is medium.
  • More than 640,000 is high and normal.

Type/Country: 1 Dollar/United States
Year: 2003A
Printings: 3,200,000
Run: 4th from F09600001* - F12800000*
Value: $2.50 in VF

It has plenty of folds and is probably worth less then listed, but that is true with most collectibles.

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

1663 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

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Anonymous said...

I have several star notes. Could you give me some idea of their value? All are fresh, clean, no folds (still in the envelope from the bank when withdrawn)

Thanks.

1950C $50 serial I00264882*
2004 $20 serial(s):
EJ00399317*
EJ00399318*
EJ00399319*
EJ00399322*
EJ00399323*

Man said...

fresh, clean, no folds

1950C $50 serial I00264882*
Are you sure about the number about $600.00

I ask about the number because if yours is right you have the new highest ever reported for this note.

Here is one that was also a new high number and recently sold in Jan. 2007 for $460.00. LINK1
LINK2

That is a great bill and should be certified.


2004 $20 serial(s):
EJ00399317* about $25.00
EJ00399318* about $25.00
EJ00399319* about $25.00
EJ00399322* about $25.00
EJ00399323* about $25.00

Anonymous said...

WOW!!! I've checked the number again to make sure I didn't fat-finger it. Never expected that!!! My bill looks as crisp and clear as the one on your link. Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

I have a hundred dollar bill with a star note next to the serial number can you tell me how much its worth the serial number reads
1996 =AB 02253895*
B2

it also include's the B2.


Thanks.

Anonymous said...

I've got a 1950 Series C (Richmond E) $10 Star. Serial #: E 09556676 *

Good(?) circulated condition. (Two small rips on either side, but otherwise very good; maybe fair?)

Would love to hear your opinion on value. Thanks.

Man said...

hundred dollar bill
1996 =AB 02253895*
B2

In crisp-uncirculated about $125.00

I've got a 1950 Series C (Richmond E) $10 Star. Serial #: E 09556676 *

Good(?) circulated condition. (Two small rips on either side, but otherwise very good; maybe fair?)


About $40.00.

Anonymous said...

Thanks! (Re: 1950 $10 *)

Anonymous said...

Hi! I have a miscut $20 from 1999. Serial BG25308635D

here is a link to a picture of it.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/kgrannis/1478123861/

Any idea if this is worth anything?

Thanks!

Man said...

miscut $20 from 1999. Serial BG25308635D

It has no extra value because none of the design was affected. Just a regular $20.

kieblera5 said...

$50 bill series 2004
EG 02298454 *
G7

Thanks.

Man said...

$50 bill series 2004
EG 02298454 *
G7


In crisp-uncirculated about $55.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1991 P quarter with a date of only "91". I noticed it as I was depositing my quarters in to a coin operated washing machine. Is this worth anything or should I just use it next time I need to do laundry? :-)

Man said...

It sounds like it was struck through grease. While it is a true error it is very common and does not bring any extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have several 2$ bills that my grandad gave me years ago. they have been kept in a plastic bag since then so they are in perfect condition (they actually stick together because they are so new).

i know they are not usually worth much, but i thought they would be since they are consecutive numbers (no stars though).

E39550035A through 0038
E40448044A through 8041

Thanks.

Jon

Man said...

$2
E39550035A through 0038
E40448044A through 8041


I assume they are from 1976 in the condition you describe about $6.00 each.

Casey said...

Ive got a 1950 Series D $5 bill. No stars, serial # a53355800b. Above the "Five Dollars" on the bottom, it says "Will pay to the bearer on demand."

Have I just never noticed this, is it different, or is this on every $5. I dont have another with me right now to compare it.

Thanks sooooo much,
Casey

Pat said...

My son has a $20.00 star bill.

2004 EC00545754

Is it worth saving or just spend it?

Man said...

1950 Series D $5 bill. No stars, serial # a53355800b. Above the "Five Dollars" on the bottom, it says "Will pay to the bearer on demand."
This was only on bills until 1963 before that it was normal. This bill is common and in very-fine is about $7.00.

$20.00 star bill.
2004 EC00545754*

If it is crisp-uncirculated it is about $35.00. The low serial number and repeating digits may bring more to some collectors but those guys are hard to find.

Don't feel bad if you have to use it but if you can you may want to save it for a few years until the new $20 comes out.

Will said...

hey, i was wondering if you knew the value of a 1922 silver dollar?! i think it was one of those peace coins, or something like that..

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950A $20 bill,serial#G77383816,can you tell me if it has any value?

Man said...

1922 silver dollar
Yeah it is a Peace dollar.
There are 32 varieties one is a high relief worth about $40,000 in MS-60.
And normal relief which is $20.00 in MS-60.


1950A $20 bill,serial#G77383816
I assume the last letter is an A so that would be about $25.00 in very fine.

ShalerKid said...

I have two 10$ star bills both from 1950, crisp, no folds, no tears/cuts, fresh mint print looking and feel

The first is a Series 1950 A serial # D 04394795 *

The other is a Series 1950 D serial # B 39562662 *

People have offered me as much as $120 for both. Not really want to sell but would like to know the value

Thanks

Man said...

$10.00 bills in crisp-uncirculated

1950-A D04394795* about $150.00

1950-D B39562662* about $75.00

Total replacement value is about $225.00.
The average currency buyer would pay about half the value so about $112.50.

Any price range between $112-$225 is fair.

Ken said...

ok, i am new to collecting and have no idea about it. i have a 10 dollar bill from 1969. it is signed by david m kennedy. the serial number is B34484822C. it has a 2 in each corner. its from NY city. ink is still rich in color. bill is still moderately crisp with only four folds. the treasurer is dorothy andrews something. could you tell me how much it is worth?
-Ken

Man said...

10 dollar bill from 1969. it is signed by david m kennedy. the serial number is B34484822C

About $12.00 possibly less if the fold are very noticeable.

Few bills after 1950 are worth anything significant unless they are in Choice Crisp-Uncirculated(CH-CU).

Still a nice start.

Anonymous said...

I have a $50 dollar bill (can't recall the year...before 1990), it's in pretty good shape, anyway, all the serial numbers, etc are stamped on the back. Is it worth saving?
I also have a c1920 something $10 bill that states 'payable in gold', any worth to that?
Thanks.

Man said...

$50 dollar bill (can't recall the year...before 1990), it's in pretty good shape, anyway, all the serial numbers, etc are stamped on the back.

Yes this is an Overprint On Back error. It is about $450.00 in extra-fine. There is a famous 1985 version that is in all the error currency books.

1920 something $10 bill that states 'payable in gold',

It should be 1928 they average about $175.00 in very-fine and more depending on serial number and exact date.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1963 $10 A-Boston 00527707 Star note. It has been circulated but is still in great condition.

Man said...

1963 $10 A-Boston 00527707 Star note

About $30.00

Anonymous said...

I have a star note, 1950, $100, serial no.:
C00304862*

It is not in pristine condition -- has a few folds, has definitely been circulated. Is it worth anything?

Man said...

1950, $100, serial no.:
C00304862*


In that condition about $200.00

Anonymous said...

1950, $100, serial no.:
C00304862*

In that condition about $200.00

Thanks for the information. This is all very new to me -- how would I go about selling this item? Any information is appreciated.

Man said...

how would I go about selling this item?

The easiest way is...
eBay
a Coin Forum
find an honest coin shop.

Anonymous said...

How much would a 1907 $5 bill be worth? Thanks!

Man said...

1907 $5 bill in fair condition

They average about $100.00

Anonymous said...

i have a couple of forign coins:

one says estados unidos mexicanos 2000 $1 gold or copper in the middle and silver on the outside.

one from costa rica 2001 5 colones

and us currency:

a 1942 nickle

1965 dime

1935D silver dollar bill

1976, 2003, 1995 2 dollar bills

2003A dollar bill with stars

1988A dollar bill

Man said...

Mexican 2000 1 Peso
It is a stainless-steel outer ring and an aluminum-bronze center about $1.00.

Costa Rican 2001 5 colones
About $0.50

U.S.
1942 nickel about $0.15

1965 dime about $0.10

1935D silver dollar bill
About $3.00 depending on serial number it may be more.

2 dollar bills
1976 about $4.00
2003 about $5.00
1995 about $2.00
depending on serial number it may be more.

2003A dollar bill with stars
About $5.00 depending on serial number it may be more.

1988A dollar bill
About $2.00 depending on serial number it may be a lot more.

Matt said...

I have a 1969 $50, G05959338A in excellent condition, no folds. Just wondering if it's worth anything more than face. Thanks!

Man said...

1969 $50, G05959338A in excellent condition, no folds.

It would be about $55.00, unfortunately that is a common series.

Anonymous said...

I am trying to help out my father-in-law. He has a 1950 D Series $50 bill, serial #: B30640262A

It is in relatively good condition, circulated but still stiff. Does it have any value beyond face?

Man said...

He has a 1950 D Series $50 bill, serial #: B30640262A

In good condition it's only face value about $50.00.

Anonymous said...

I have 10 consecutive uncirculated $20 star notes from series 2004 A.
The numbers start at GF01241946* and end at GF01241955*. Is there any value to these?
Thanks

Man said...

10 consecutive uncirculated $20 star notes from series 2004 A.
The numbers start at GF01241946* and end at GF01241955*


In crisp-uncirculated they are about $40.00 each.

Anonymous said...

i found a 1969 $5 star note. it has a few folds but in pretty good condition - C00848718* also found a $100- BA 00557883* with a fold down the middle but really crisp besides that.

Anonymous said...

What is the value of a series 1950 with no letter after it. The serial number is G 00338015 A. It has 4- number 7's on the face and 1- E in the left corner and an E2 on lower right. Thanks

Anonymous said...

I have a 1996 Series F134 Serial #
AB09935378* B2 $100.00 bill. Any idea how much it is worth?

Man said...

1969 $5 star note. it has a few folds but in pretty good condition - C00848718*
About $7.50

$100- BA 00557883* with a fold down the middle but really crisp besides that.
1999 I assume about $35.00

1950 with no letter after it. The serial number is G 00338015 A.
About $75.00 it also seems to be a new low serial number that may add to it's value.

1996 Serial # AB09935378* $100.00 bill
About $105.00

Anonymous said...

I have a strap of $20 Star Notes. Uncirculated, in sequence beginning with serial number EE 05502101* - EE 005502200. Could you tell me about how much they might be worth?

Man said...

$20 Star Notes. Uncirculated, in sequence beginning with serial number EE 05502101* - EE 005502200.

They would be about $25.00 each maybe a little less because they are common.

Ricky said...

I have come into possession of several 1963 $5 bills, all lower serial numbered (no stars in the serial #, either) & with the red stamp. I understand that the worn ones are not of any extra value, but several are near mint condition & have been out of circulation for more than 40 years. Any idea of the value?

Sample serials:
A21012708A
A37355745A
A07793925S
A32324973A


Thx in advance.

Man said...

1963 $5 bills, all lower serial numbered (no stars in the serial #, either) & with the red stamp. I understand that the worn ones are not of any extra value, but several are near mint condition & have been out of circulation for more than 40 years. Any idea of the value?

Sample serials:
A21012708A
A37355745A
A07793925S
A32324973A


In the condition you describe they are about $15.00 each. There are no valuable serials, unless the number is real low or repeating or some other cool pattern then add about $5.00 more.
63,360,000 were made they were the last red seals and are often found in high grades.

If you can confirm a grade of CH-CU then it would be $30.00 each.

Anonymous said...

I have a 100 dollar bill series 2003A with a star. It has been circulated, but has no folds and is in very good condition. Serial number FB0381604*. Please tell me what the value might be. Thank you.

Man said...

100 dollar bill series 2003A with a star. It has been circulated, but has no folds and is in very good condition. Serial number FB0381604*.

It is about $135.00.

Kel C said...

I have

1963 A star $10 serial G07054061
1950 D star $5 serial H06681238

also

1934 C $20 serial H42769622A
1950 E $20 serial G29956408D
1950 D $10 serial G20980935H
1950 B $10 serial G85076848E
1963 A $10 serial G04363032C
1935 F $1 serial B33071096J - crisp
1957 A $1 serial H59968042A

if anyone can PLEASE tell me anything about ANY of my bills please, DO! I really appreciate any extra information. Thank you!

Man said...

1963 A star $10 serial G07054061
It's about $20.00 fairly common for a star note.

1950 D star $5 serial H06681238
About $25.00 a less common star note.

1934 C $20 serial H42769622A
About $22.50 it had at the time just under gone a design change to the back and is more common then the older notes of the same year.

1950 E $20 serial G29956408D
About $50.00 this is a good note because only 3 district were issued B, G, and L. A star note from this series is worth a lot.

1950 D $10 serial G20980935H
About $12.50 very common.

1950 B $10 serial G85076848E
About $12.00 even more common.

1963 A $10 serial G04363032C
About $12.00 common.

1935 F $1 serial B33071096J - crisp
About $3.00 over a billion printed but any serial above B71 640 000J is worth at least $150.00.

1957 A $1 serial H59968042A
About $2.50 over a billion and a half printed. Very common.

gordon said...

I have a 1963A $100 star note. It has 3 very slight folds, but is very crisp and has sharp corners. The serial is I00040316* What is it's approximate value? Thank you.

Man said...

1963A $100 star note. It has 3 very slight folds, but is very crisp and has sharp corners. The serial is I00040316*

About $200.00 this is very low run note only 128,000 were made compared to millions that are usually printed.

kristina said...

Hi Man,

My husband gave me a stack of money that his grandfather had been saving. A handful are as new as 1963, the rest are between 1934-1950. I was stuck in a bind, as I just got to NY from overseas on Sunday, and I spent a 1963 $20, two 1963 $1 and a 1950 $5 at a CVS in Soho on Sunday 16 December... Maybe you'll get lucky and find them! Nonetheless, I have the rest of the stack left and sorted into order. I'd like to know where I can sell these, and what the best way is. I am in New York now. I would list them here, but I have about $400 worth of 1, 5, 10, 20 notes, and it's too many to list... Most are VF, some have consecutive serial numbers, a few 'almost' uncirculated (because it's clear he got them from the bank then kept them). Thanks for your help.

Man said...

A handful are as new as 1963
These are generally only worth extra if they are uncirculated.

1934-1950
These can be very valuable.

1963 $20, two 1963 $1 and a 1950 $5
Unless in near perfect condition you did not lose anything special.

Selling them is difficult in NY I tried and failed. Also since eBay many of the places I knew of are now closed.

Your best bet is eBay or a currency show or join a forum that sells among the members.
Coin shops will give you 20%-40% less then the resell value. But eBay charges listing fees.

Before all that you need to find the approximate values of each bill.

Feel free to list them like so...
1934 C $1 serial H42769622A
1950 E $20 serial G29956408D
1950 $50 serial I00264882*

I got plenty of time to spare, start with the oldest. After you get the values you can figure out what to do next.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I have a 1934 $20 Serial:
K00208664*
and
a 1950 $20 Serial:
J64693630A.
Circulated, but in good condition.

Thanks.

Man said...

1934 $20 K00208664* about $100.00 but is there any letter under the date?

1950 $20 J64693630A about $25.00 but this one should be a 1950-B

Anonymous said...

No, there is no number under the date.

Anonymous said...

Yes, you are right. It is a 1950-B on the other $20.

kristina said...

Hi Man,

I went through and listed everything as you suggested, here goes. Some are sequential, many are perfectly conserved (uncirculated?) and there's one with a star in front of the serial, I've never seen before. Anyway...

$1

1935E

J 14075796 H BLUE

1935F

T 09913490 I BLUE

1957

P 24791212 A BLUE
F 53645031 A BLUE

1957A

P 37959332 A BLUE
G 84957542 A BLUE
G 10214747 A BLUE
H 64163671 A BLUE

1957B

X 60987953 A BLUE
S 98599784 A BLUE
S 98599785 A BLUE
S 98599786 A BLUE
S 98599787 A BLUE
S 98599788 A BLUE


1963

L 58724747 A
B 06388259 C
B 19438292 *
J 01232284 A
B 27909789 A
D 87950530 A
B 00838075 B
C 02961233 A
G 10565259 A


1963A

L 70708474 D
F 09313062 C
F 34551373 B
F 97788338 B
L 44765973 A
B 44781581 D
B 44781562 D
B 44781569 D
B 11041532 A
E 28017426 D
F 19560798 *
B 61616449 E
B 61616450 E
B 61616426 E
B 44462356 A
B 44462357 A
B 94643094 D

1963B

B 64895034 G

$2

1953

A 41599043 A RED
A 41599045 A RED

$5

1934C

G 57814606 B GREEN

1934D

T 92132293 A BLUE

1950A

B 46390334 C
A 75982687 A
B 12625571 B

1950B

C 39320567 B
B 08161212 D
B 52195804 D

1950C

B 16274316 *

1950D

D 77725545 B

1950E

B 95398631 F

1953A

* 26411607 A BLUE
E 45137782 A BLUE

1963A

B 19416800 A
A 01077841 *

1969C
B 15617527 D

$10

1934B

B 18942412 A BLUE

1934C

B 91525816 E

1950A

B 14036421 F
B 13725618 *
F 67314507 A

1950B

B 27688323 *
B 16550768 H
C 97442537 B
B 77417241 F
B 29488097 H

1950C

A 58200623 C
D 06605205 C
D 21119096 C
B 60553327 H
B 32521607 I

1950D

L 90537294 C
K 14603852 B
A 00895208 D

1963A

D 18644986 A

1969C

B 31950727 F

$20

1950C

B 53388746 C
B 45567344 C


1950D

E 26512499 C

felicity_ny said...

Hi there.
I was just going through my bills to enter into wheresgeorge.com and I came across a my first star note.
It is a 2001 $100 bill.
Serial number:
CE 00862551 * It's not in terrible condition (couple of folds, one bent corner). Any idea on the value? Thanks for the help.

Man said...

2001 $100 bill. Serial number:
CE 00862551 *


This is a more common star note about $105.00 in that condition.

Man said...

I'll list the uncirculated values of course every fold or stain lowers the value.

$1
1935E
J 14075796 H BLUE about $7.50

1935F
T 09913490 I BLUE about $7.50

1957
P 24791212 A BLUE about $5.00
F 53645031 A BLUE about $5.00

1957A
P 37959332 A BLUE about $4.00
G 84957542 A BLUE about $4.00
G 10214747 A BLUE about $4.00
H 64163671 A BLUE about $4.00

1957B
X 60987953 A BLUE about $3.50
S 98599784 A-S 98599788 A BLUE about $25.00 for all together about $3.50 each.


1963
L 58724747 A about $2.50
B 06388259 C about $75.00
B 19438292 * about $3.50
J 01232284 A about $2.50
B 27909789 A about $2.50
D 87950530 A about $2.50
B 00838075 B about $2.50
C 02961233 A about $2.50
G 10565259 A about $2.50


1963A
L 70708474 D about $2.00
F 09313062 C about $2.00
F 34551373 B about $2.00
F 97788338 B about $2.00
L 44765973 A about $2.00
B 44781581 D about $2.00
B 44781562 D about $2.00
B 44781569 D about $2.00
B 11041532 A about $2.00
E 28017426 D about $2.00
F 19560798 * about $4.00
B 61616449 E about $2.00
B 61616450 E about $2.00
B 61616426 E about $2.00
B 44462356 A-B 44462357 A about $10.00 for both together because of the repeating 444 and consecutive.
B 94643094 D about $2.00

1963B
B 64895034 G about $2.50

$2
1953
A 41599043 A RED about $12.50
A 41599045 A RED about $12.50

$5
1934C
G 57814606 B GREEN there are two varieties one back number of 629 or 637 worth about $250.00.
If the back number is 939 or higher it is about $30.00.
This is because an accident while printing used an older back plate.

1934D
T 92132293 A BLUE there are two varieties one back number of 2007 or lower worth about $20.00.
If the back number is 2008-2066 it is about $30.00.
This is because a small pattern difference known as Wide or Narrow on the back plate.

1950A
B 46390334 C about $10.00
A 75982687 A about $12.50
B 12625571 B about $10.00

1950B
C 39320567 B about $12.50
B 08161212 D about $12.50
B 52195804 D about $12.50

1950C
B 16274316 * about $30.00

1950D
D 77725545 B about $10.00

1950E
B 95398631 F about $17.50

1953A
* 26411607 A BLUE about $45.00
E 45137782 A BLUE about $12.50

1963A
B 19416800 A about $10.00
A 01077841 * about $20.00

1969C
B 15617527 D about $10.00

$10
1934B
B 18942412 A BLUE about $1,250.00 yes really. Only 337,740 were printed compare this to the 115,675,644 made for the 1934C Green seal.

1934C
B 91525816 E about $20.00

1950A
B 14036421 F about $35.00
B 13725618 * about $75.00
F 67314507 A about $35.00

1950B
B 27688323 * about $60.00
B 16550768 H about $17.50
C 97442537 B about $17.50
B 77417241 F about $17.50
B 29488097 H about $17.50

1950C
A 58200623 C about $25.00
D 06605205 C about $35.00
D 21119096 C about $35.00
B 60553327 H about $25.00
B 32521607 I about $25.00

1950D
L 90537294 C about $25.00
K 14603852 B about $25.00
A 00895208 D about $25.00

1963A
D 18644986 A about $20.00

1969C
B 31950727 F about $10.00

$20
1950C
B 53388746 C about $22.50
B 45567344 C about $22.50


1950D
E 26512499 C about $30.00

$10 1934B Blue seal is one that may be worth grading before selling PCGS is a grading service that can help. A high grade will double the value.
Any other I valued over $50 is worth a holding on to as these tend to grow in price. The rest you can sell as a collection expect to get anywhere from 20% above or below there value.

bad2db said...

Hello Man,
I got a 1957 one dollar silver certificate in change that is in fantastic condition. any clue as to its value? Q77514110A
Thank you,
Jim

Man said...

1957 one dollar silver certificate in change that is in fantastic condition. Q77514110A

About $5.00

Anonymous said...

Hi - Just got a 1950C $20 L46362741C, Elizabeth Randall Smith/C. Douglas Dillon. Printing appears off center on both sides (but image is not cropped on either side - comes to about 1/16" from image to paper edge on top and left, 1/8" bot 1/4" right) on front, with visible crop/cut marks on bottom and right corner. Any idea what we got? Thanks!

Man said...

1950C $20 L46362741C, Elizabeth Randall Smith/C. Douglas Dillon. Printing appears off center on both sides

It is either off-center or a cutting error either it is very minor.
About $25.00

Kristina said...

Hi Man,

I haven't had access to email since your response earlier this month. I would like to thank you for the time invested in researching and listing the values. the $5 G 57814606 B GREEN has a back number (the little number in the lower right on the back of the note? it's different than what's on the front? J225 front, 1648 back) that's higher than the high value ones you listed. Same for the other note, $5 1934D T 92132293 A BLUE which has a front of A2101 and back of 1992.

Is PCGS the most reputable currency grading service? I will send the $10 to them for grading, and will return the ones you listed above $50 to the safe...

The rest of the collection I guess I will photograph and sell as a collection-- would you suggest the best place as e-bay to sell as a collection, or...?

Thanks again for your help.
Kristina

Man said...

$5 G 57814606 B GREEN has a back number 1648 back
Yes this is a high number so it is about $30.00 in crisp condition.


$5 1934D T 92132293 A BLUE which has a front of A2101 and back of 1992.
Yes this is a low number so it is about $20.00 in crisp condition.



Is PCGS the most reputable currency grading service?
There is another PMG at www.pmgnotes.com

PCGS has a forum with many currency collectors if your email is working you should join first and ask them more since they have experience sending stuff to grade.

I assumed this note was near perfect.
Here is a site selling notes SELLER
a note similar to yours is listed second, they have a picture of it. It's a good judge on what a graded notes look like.

If you hook up with a forum they can buy some notes but eBay is always a safe bet.
PMG does have a list of "approved" note dealers. Maybe one is in your area.

You also may want to scan/photograph the 1934B $10 note for your records also to show other because with a good picture you can estimate a grade online.

Anonymous said...

i have a 2003 $1 star note
serial L00161722*. it has a few folds, but is in fairly good condition. is it worth more than $1?

Man said...

2003 $1 star note
serial L00161722*


In that condition about $2.00 these became very common.

fyfeavon said...

Hello - I have (7) seven consecutive 1928 A Silver certificates # X74199853A thru 59A
This seems pretty cool to me. What would a lot like this be worth. They are crisp and uncirculated.

Man said...

(7) consecutive 1928A $1 dollar silver certificates
# X74199853 thru 59. They are crisp & uncirculated


About $35.00 each. For a total of $245.00

kristina said...

Hi Man,

thanks for your information. i will check these out. the note on the site looks a lot like one i have, but a little less perfect around the edges because of how it was stored. i do have some that are more 'near perfect', like the sequential notes, but since i am not familiar with different grades, i couldn't tell you what state it's in. it has no stain, the one in the picture is stained by the upper right number on the front. there is that faint line on the front of mine (but nothing on the back, so it hasn't been folded or creased, nor has it been steamed or anything). i will read through your suggestions and see what i come up with and report back to you, for curiosity sake. i see that the seller still has his listed at $2150... mine should not be less than very fine, but i understand that a lot of factors go into the grading, not just whether it's pristine... so

my email works, so i will try to join the forum. i don't have a scanner here though. maybe i can photograph it with my macro lens tomorrow.

Man said...

Here is good forum http://forums.collectors.com/

I hope everything goes well.

Dj said...

I have a 1950 Series C Five dollar bill with a star next to it. Serial reads C09100404*
It is pretty heavily circulated however. Does anyone know if it is worth something more than face value?

Man said...

1950 Series C Five dollar bill with a star next to it. Serial reads C09100404*

It is about $12.50

Anonymous said...

I found 2 consecutive $100 1988 #'s B 74252576 D and B74252577 D are they worth any more than face value?

Heidi said...

Hi,What about the $20 bill,series 2004 EA 08064344*.Thanks for your previous answer.
Heidi

*****@gmail.com

Man said...

2 consecutive $100 1988 #'s B 74252576 D and B74252577 D

Not special unless in perfect crisp untouched condition even then only a few dollars over face. Feel free to spend them or save them for future value.

$20 bill,series 2004 EA 08064344*
About $22.50 again this is a common star note and very new.

Anonymous said...

I came across a star note tonight at work.

1950 C $100
Serial: L 00564338*

Obviously circulated with pen marks on front. No tears, but does have folds.

Value?

Man said...

1950 C $100
Serial: L 00564338*


About $125.00 because the ink marks really brings down the value.

kieblera5 said...

$100 series 1996 AB05966513*
$100 series 1996 AB03825468*
Both have definate creases and folds. No tears though.

Thanks

Man said...

$100 series 1996 AB05966513*
About $105.00

$100 series 1996 AB03825468*
About $105.00

This is one of the most common star notes.

gordon said...

I have a 1963A note
Serial # I00179408* that is almost uncirculated condition. there are no folds and very sharp corners.
How much is it worth? thank you.

Man said...

1963A note
Serial # I00179408* that is almost uncirculated condition.


I'll assume you mean a $1 bill.
It's about $5.00.

gordon said...

I'm so sorry it's a 1963A $20 bill
serial I00179408* that is great condition. How much is it worth?

Man said...

1963A $20 bill
serial I00179408* that is great condition


About $60.00

Anonymous said...

I just came across your site & what a wealth of info you provide! Could you possibly tell me if the bill that I have is rare or it's approx value? 1934a star note $10 bill, serial # F01058804*, circulated, some creasing.

Thanks...

Man said...

1934a star note $10 bill, serial # F01058804*

There are 2 varieties that are identified with there back numbers.

If the back number is 585 or higher it is about $50.00.
If the back number is 584 or lower it is about $150.00.

Anonymous said...

The back number is 903. Not bad for our beginning collection. That's awesome...I appreciate your help.

Anonymous said...

are $100 bills with an X at the end worth anything. they are all from 1996.

AB60989757X HEAVY FOLD IN CENTER
AB39921507X SLIGHT FOLD IN CENTER
AB83491531X SLIGHT FOLD IN CENTER

Man said...

$100 bills with an X at the end worth anything. they are all from 1996.

AB60989757X HEAVY FOLD IN CENTER
AB39921507X SLIGHT FOLD IN CENTER
AB83491531X SLIGHT FOLD IN CENTER


Unfortunately these are not special, just the opposite they are the most common $100 note ever.
2,325,600,000 were printed which is why that letter goes A to X even to Y.
So even a slight fold would make this worth only $100.

Anonymous said...

1972 coins of the bahama islands papers one proof set information.of certificate of authenticity dated and signed march 21,1972 william ? k ??g ( can't read his penmeship

bottom line fire me a great price and a ok price and i will sent you pic,s of them from every angel but unsealed cause they are sealed
********@msn.com

Man said...

1972 coins of the bahama islands papers one proof set information.of certificate of authenticity dated and signed march 21,1972 william ? k ??g ( can't read his penmeship

I'll assume it is the 9-piece proof set that is about $30.00.

I'm not interested in buying but good lick with that.

Anonymous said...

hi! i have a 1999 $20 star note. serial number BA 011 50739*. Very good condition, looks like it's only been lightly folded once. Is it worth anything?

Man said...

1999 $20 star note. serial number BA 011 50739*. Very good condition

About $22.50

Anonymous said...

I came across a 1988 $100 with a fancy serial number 18188989. worth anything? what's cool is the three numbers in the serial number match the year.

Man said...

1988 $100 with a fancy serial number 18188989

Unfortunately that is not considered fancy. I must be repeating or symmetrical.

Anonymous said...

I have 3 1934c $20 in sequence.
G 32153611 B
G 32153612 B
G 32153613 B
the first one has the treasurer's signature slightly overlapping the serial number, would that be considered an error or not? what would be their value?

Man said...

1934c $20 in sequence.
G 32153611 B
G 32153612 B
G 32153613 B


About $22.50 each.


the first one has the treasurer's signature slightly overlapping the serial number, would that be considered an error or not?

This is common and unless the serial number completely covers the signature it won't be worth anything extra.

Anonymous said...

I just received a 1950 $100 bill. Fair Condition. Serial Number: E06389034A.
Under the year it has a B.
Can you give me an estimate of how much this is worth, if anything.
Thank you

Man said...

1950 $100 bill. Fair Condition. Serial Number: E06389034A.
Under the year it has a B.


About $120.00.

Robin said...

Hi,

My son has a St. Louis $10 Star Note sn# H00577572 a 1950 series.On the back is 1439. and has an L164 in the lower right hand corner on the front of the bill. It is very crisp and clean. Is this something he should hang on to?

Man said...

$10 Star Note sn# H00577572 a 1950 back is 1439

This is the Narrow variety because some of the design was more narrow then previous years.
In crisp-uncirculated it is about $325.00.
According to the book the highest found was H00516252* yours would be a new high number and may bring extra value in certain auctions if certified.

Robin said...

Thanks for the info. How do we go about getting it certified?

We do appreciate the information and thank you for your time!

Man said...

PCGS.com is a good company
and Currency Auction company Heritage will sell under "New High Number".

Search both for prices and details or just try eBay.

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to know if these sequences of star notes are worth anything now, or if they will be in the future.

$1- G06963301-G06963400
$1- G06963901-G06964000

These are new, uncirculated bills.

Man said...

$1- G06963301*-G06963400*
$1- G06963901*-G06964000*


What year?

Anonymous said...

Man said...
$1- G06963301*-G06963400*
$1- G06963901*-G06964000*

What year?

6:16:00 PM

They are dated 2003.

Man said...

$1- G06963301*-G06963400*
$1- G06963901*-G06964000*

2003


They're about $2.50 each

keeginsmom said...

i have a 2 dollar bill with a star on it from 2003,2 silver dollars from 1971,a indian head penny from 1900 4,susan b anthoany coins 3 from 1979 and one from 1980 just wanted to know what if any thing there worth


tanyshea

Man said...

2 dollar bill with a star on it from 2003
About $10.00

2 silver dollars from 1971
About $2.00 for the copper-nickel and $8.50 for the silver.

indian head penny from 1900
About $2.00

4,susan b anthoany coins 3 from 1979 and one from 1980
About $1.00 unless in perfect or with an error.

gazza1973 said...

I have a 2004A Ten dollar with the serial number GL 00011259 *
2004 $50 EK 00162579*
2003 $100 DL 03798828*
1999 $5 BF 13930517*
2001 $5 CL 04175163*
1996 $50 AB 07930023*
* = green star
are any of these worth anything beyond face value?

Man said...

2004A $10 GL 00011259 *
About $30.00 in very-fine but these were sold in sheets so if cut it may be worth less.

2004 $50 EK 00162579*
About $60.00 in very-fine.

2003 $100 DL 03798828*
About $125.00 in very-fine.

1999 $5 BF 13930517*
About $6.50 in very-fine.

2001 $5 CL 04175163*
About $6.50 in very-fine.

1996 $50 AB 07930023*
About $52.00 in very-fine.

Bryce said...

Hi,
I have a $20 star note. Serial #: EB00081794* Series 2004 It is in mint condition. I was wondering if it is worth anything or if I should just spend it.
Thanks

Man said...

$20 star note. Serial #: EB00081794* Series 2004 It is in mint condition

About $75.00.

Gullinbursti said...

I always get $2 bills from the bank, and just got one w/ a star. It's a 1976 series B00920875*. It has been circulated and has some discoloration around the margin, but is still crisp and no crease lines. Any idea how much it's worth?

Man said...

1976 series B00920875*. It has been circulated and has some discoloration around the margin

About $5.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 5$ star note. K03026802* Crisp Paper. Off center print. Any idea of value? Thank you.

Man said...

1950 5$ star note. K03026802* Off center print.

About $1000.00 but first it should be a 1950-B.
Second I'm assuming a Misaligned Overprint which means the serial numbers and seal are off center.

If you mean the entire note is too close to the edge but the design is not cut-off then it's just $35.00.

Anonymous said...

Hi, sorry if I'm reposting cant find my first one or it didn't make it.

20$ 2004A GE02411572*
1$ 2003 E10212816*
1$ 2003A B07321993*

20$ 1934A B77656257A

Thanks

Man said...

Assuming very-fine.

2003A 1$ B07321993* about $2.50
2003 1$ E10212816* about $1.50
2004A 20$ GE02411572* about $22.50
1934A 20 B77656257A about $25.00

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I am thinking of buying 2004A $10 Atlanta Star Uncut 4-Sheet. The prices are around $800. Is this a reasonable price or is it too expensive. Any idea, what is the current market price?

Also is Uncut star sheets a wise investment compared to Superb Gem Graded single notes.

Thanks.

Man said...

2004A $10 Atlanta Star Uncut 4-Sheet

Although the book price is $200.00 I have not seen it for less then $900.00.

As you may know only 9,600 were made so it will become more sort after.

I would get them if I could afford them, but don't expect the book value to catch up for another ten years. Some buyers only buy using book prices.

This one is an exception but usually it is better to go for the highest grade.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I have few $10 and $20 star notes, which are CGA and PCGS Graded. Can you please let me know the value of these notes.

1995 $10 Richmond Star - E00489017 ( PCGS 67 )

2003 $10 Boston Star - DA00000145 ( PCGS 68 )
2003 $10 Boston Star - DA00104101 ( CGA 68 )

2004 $20 Richmond Star - EE04104424 ( PCGS 68 )

Thanks.

Man said...

1995 $10 Richmond Star - E00489017 ( PCGS 67 )
About $90.00

2003 $10 Boston Star - DA00000145 ( PCGS 68 )
About $400.00 I think this one should have been in sheets only so it may bring more.

2003 $10 Boston Star - DA00104101 ( CGA 68 )
Also about $300.00 I think this one should have been in sheets only so it may bring more.

2004 $20 Richmond Star - EE04104424 ( PCGS 68 )
About $100.00 I think this one should have been in sheets only so it may bring more.

BankMan said...

Hello,

I have come across a book of padded ones ($100 total face value) that are all star notes, and uncirculated (I work at the bank, and they are straight from the reserve).

Any idea on if they are worth anything over the $100 face value?

Man said...

book of padded ones ($100 total face value) that are all star notes, and uncirculated

The short answer is yes but by how much now depends on the serial number and year.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 $20.00 serial # J84639952A
Near the bottom on the front to the left of Jackson's picture it says:
series
1950
c
pretty much like I listed it.
It has a fold in the middle and a corner was folded
Would you be able to tell me what it's worth?

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Sorry this is in reference to the post listed above about the 1950 $20.00 the series 1950 c is to the right of Jackson's picture.

Sorry

Man said...

1950-C $20.00 serial # J84639952A
About $22.50 in very-fine.

thielkat said...

Hi man, I got a 1934 ten dollar bill # G23063078A. The back number on the bottom is 424. I have read into this a little about them using a older back picture or something. It is in good condition,one fold down the center long way. Is this worth anything?

Also I have some 63'B Barr notes L79479631G and G01750103I both is pretty good condition , and one 63 Dillon G17050474A also in pretty good condition. I know Barr was only in office for one month, any value to these?

Man said...

1934 ten dollar bill # G23063078A. The back number on the bottom is 424.

Actually it is known as a Mule where the back number is a different size then the front number. Usually a small print back number and a larger print front number.

For this series the back number has to be 585 or higher.
Yours should be a series 1934 Light Vivid Yellow-Green Seal and in very fine it's about $20.00.


I'm assuming these are $1.00 bills.
63'B Barr notes
L79479631G about $1.25
G01750103I about $1.25

63 Dillon
G17050474A about $1.25

buffy said...

hi! i have a $100 )from another web site it says series A run 1 2003) fg00449058* it's in great shape but does have a crease where it's been folded in half. any idea what it may be worth?? thanks a bunch, buffy

Man said...

$100 )from another web site it says series A run 1 2003) fg00449058*

About $110.00 at the most because of the fold.

heliospace said...

I am requesting identification for:

1950 Series A $100 Serial L00209696*

Any information for this particular note would be greatly appreciated, thank you!

Man said...

1950 Series A $100 Serial L00209696*

The note is about $200.00 in very-fine.
It has a range of L00144001*-L00288000* there are gaps in the range and full run data is not available as far as I know.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1969C $50 bill. B27902335A Perfect condition no star.

Any value?

Man said...

1969C $50 bill. B27902335A Perfect condition

About $60.00.

Anonymous said...

Hello,
2003 $10 DD00667896* fold in middle
2004A $20 GB04292367* Fresh
Great site, thanks.

Man said...

2003 $10 DD00667896* fold in middle
About $30.00

2004A $20 GB04292367* Fresh
About $25.00

Anonymous said...

Wooh! I found a star! It's a $1 bill with A02661495* but in worn condition :(. Hopefully it's worth something?

Man said...

Wooh! I found a star! It's a $1 bill with A02661495*

I would need to know the year.

Anonymous said...

Ah sorry! It's a 2003 $1 A02661495*

Man said...

2003 $1 A02661495*

It's a common star note about $1.50 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1934 $100 star note serial # L00070143*. It's been circulated, but I'd say fair condition. Any idea of the value?

Man said...

1934 $100 star note serial # L00070143*.

About $260.00

Anonymous said...

Hi! I have a good condition $20 Fed Res Note 1934 C series - # B53282168 B with a green seal/stamp on the right side of Jackson under "Twenty". To the right of that green seal is the Number 2 and over it B 126. On the back, the small number on the right is 592. I would like to know: the value, how do you know the year made, what state, what does the writing on the green seal say. thanks so much

Man said...

$20 Fed Res Note 1934 C series - # B53282168 B .... On the back, the small number on the right is 592.

It's about $22.50

Dates are tracked by the government but it can be deciphered by the serial number and signatures.
Your bill has a back number higher than 588 so it had a "new back" which started July 27, 1948 and ended in May 1949.

The state should be on the seal with the big B, New York.

The green seal says THESAUR AMER. SEPTENT SIGIL which means The Seal of the Treasury of North America.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1969 $5 star note. It is uncirculated and the serial number is D01879629*. Any idea on its worth? Thanks so much, Stephanie

Man said...

1969 $5 star note. It is uncirculated and the serial number is D01879629*

It's about $15.00.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your quick response regarding my 1934 C series $20 bill. Now I know I can spend it. Time for lunch~~I'm buying!

Bridgett said...

I have a stack of 100 $1 dollar bills, uncirculated, in sequential order of star notes.........I'm a BIG collector and stumbled upon this stack at work and IMEADIEATLY bought them.......the weird thing is that there is ONE NOTE that is not sequential. This one is F14037801* , then the notes go in order from F14039300* -F14039202* (series 2003)

Any idea how much this investment is worth? Like I said they are crisp, brand new and uncirculated......any information would be GREATLY appreciated!

P.S I have a BIG coin collection, but my 'baby' is a 1854 penny in almost PERFECT condition.....what's his worth, about?

Man said...

stack of 100 $1 dollar bills...F14037801* , then the notes go in order from F14039300* -F14039202*(series 2003)

It should be series 2003-A
At the most they're about $5.00 each as for the odd note it should be 3 not an 8 but I don't see anything significant.

1854 penny in almost PERFECT condition

Assuming MS-60 which is no trace of wear. It would be about $175.00.

Bridgett said...

THANK YOU!!
Thats great news! I made a wise investment! I was wondering if you would be so kind as to answer another question. I found ONE other bill today and was wondering its worth, if any. Its a $100 dollar bill star note, 1999, BB00049587* (There is a B2 underneath the top serial numbers if that makes a difference.) Its a pretty crisp bill but not PERFECT, a few minor corner folds. Thank you SO MUCH in advance for your help! I have bookedmarked your site! INSTANT FAN! :D

Man said...

Thanks for the nice words.

$100 dollar bill star note, 1999, BB00049587*

About $135.00

Anonymous said...

I have a Series 1950 A with the number D 01118183*. It has been folded but not torn or ripped. Is it worth more than $5?

Man said...

1950 A with the number D 01118183*....$5

About $17.50

Anonymous said...

I just received 2 one hundred dollar bills with the following serial numbers and with a *, are they worth anything? They are both in mint condition.

2003 $100 Bill H8<--(top left corner)
Serial number = FH00290402*

2003 $100 Bill H8 <--(top left corner)
Serial numer = FH00290403*

Man said...

2003 $100 Bill H8<--(top left corner)

These must be 2003-A series.

FH00290402* about $250.00
FH00290403* about $250.00

These are the scarcest star notes for 2003A but the value is in choice-crisp-uncirculated which has to be graded to confirm.

gazza1973 said...

Hello,

about the 2003-A above.....my wife works at a credit union and she received them in a brand new brick they were touched by her and never circulated....does that mean they really are uncirculated

thanks

Man said...

she received them in a brand new brick they were touched by her and never circulated....does that mean they really are uncirculated

Yes but for grading purpose uncirculated means the status of the paper.

Your bill it was printed in October of 2006 and needs to be perfect, well-centered, no stains, and no folds or corner folds. They come out of the brick like this.

I did a quick eBay search for '$100 star note 2003a' and there only 2 up there in less then ideal shape for less then $200 with no bids.

It might take a few years before they realize their full value.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950-c $50 serial# E09944652A in great shape.
stumbled across it and wondered if it was worth anything, thanks!

Man said...

1950-c $50 serial# E09944652A in great shape.

About $75.00

Anonymous said...

i have a 2003 $100 star note.

sn: dk07464274*

has a few creases and clearly circulated

value ideas?

Man said...

2003 $100 star note.
sn: dk07464274
has a few creases and clearly circulated


About $110.00.

Anonymous said...

on the 2003 $100 star...
do you think that that price would increase with age? or is it not worth keeping?

I also have a 1976 $2 star

sn: g00961015*

It has one crease and has probably been circulated.

Man said...

on the 2003 $100 star...
do you think that that price would increase with age? or is it not worth keeping?


It will probably never go over $110 because of the folds. Plus of the DK-* this is the most common. With a run of 1,280,000.

Small runs of 320,000 are the ones that go up in value. But if you can afford to keep it fine but no big loss if you want to use it.

I also have a 1976 $2 star

sn: g00961015*


About $15.00 this one is also a run of 1,280,000 but in $2 bills they are worth slightly more.

Anonymous said...

ok thank you very much

Anonymous said...

I have few star $50's. Can you tell me what their value is and where can I sell them? They are all crisp, folds, two of them have counerfeit detector pen marks.

Series A 1981

B00189065* through B00189068*

B00189071*

B00189074* through B00189077*

B00189185* through B00189189*

Thanks.

Man said...

$50 bills Series A 1981

B00189065* through B00189068*

B00189071*

B00189074* through B00189077*

B00189185* through B00189189*


In crisp-uncirculated they're about $100.00 each.

Selling them is a problem since they're a common star note. A coin dealer may give you $60-$80 per note if near perfect.

Your best chance is eBay or join a coin forum and sell them to someone who is looking for these particular notes.

Anonymous said...

I have a $10 star note from 1934 (circulated and has creases, no tears, no stains, but is someone worn) with serial number C00000027*

Can someone give me a ballpark of how much it can be worth?

Thanks.

Anonymous said...

I have a $20 bill from 2004A with serial:
GF 00352956*

It has an ink stain and a "fold" but no crease, is it worth anything?

Thanks a lot for the help.

Man said...

$10 star note from 1934 (circulated and has creases, no tears, no stains, but is someone worn) with serial number C00000027*

Nice this would be the new lowest number reported. About $200.00 maybe more if it can be certified as the lowest.


$20 bill from 2004A with serial:
GF 00352956*

It has an ink stain and a "fold"


About $22.50

Anonymous said...

Nice this would be the new lowest number reported. About $200.00 maybe more if it can be certified as the lowest.

Thanks a lot, how do I get it certified? (do I just take it into my local coin collecting store, or is there a different "formal" way of doing it)

Man said...

how do I get it certified?

You need a grading company or an authorized dealer. It cost from $20-$40 and may take a few months.

Look around the link below and see which is best for you, there are plenty of choices. They use to have a link for dealers but I can't find it.

http://www.pcgscurrency.com/index.html

Joining their forum is free and they can help also.

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for the information and help, much appreciated.

kathleen said...

I have a one dollar bill that was cut really low on the bottom. I can see the top of another dollar bill on the bottom it is series 2003 and has serial number B53397608D I don't know if I should look for anything else on this bill. I can send a pic if needed. I'll just have to figure out how to send it. thanks.

Man said...

one dollar bill that was cut really low on the bottom. I can see the top of another dollar bill on the bottom it is series 2003 and has serial number B53397608D

This is a minor cutting error and is about $50.00 in very-fine.

If you want to post a picture just find a free hosting like imageshack, photbucket, or tinypic and copy the link and paste it in the comments.

jjones2304 said...

I have a silver certificate,it was made in series1957 a.The serial number starts with a star then the serial numbers.Thank you,Doris

Man said...

silver certificate,it was made in series1957 a.The serial number starts with a star then the serial numbers.

About $4.00

Culinary Charlatan said...

I have 30, starred $100 bills, sequential:

FB03252371* through
FB03252400*

All are 2003A B57

Condition is uncirculated and new.

Thank you!

Man said...

$100 bills, sequential:

FB03252371* through
FB03252400*

All are 2003A B57

Condition is uncirculated and new.


These are the most common of the FB-* series and are about $130.00 each, but are hard to sell since they are so common.

iovekat said...

hi, my boyfriend came accross a 1963 20 dollar star note serial number E02655016* its in good condition, is it worth anymore than its face value?

Man said...

1963 20 dollar star note serial number E02655016*

This must be a 1963-A it's about $40.00 in very-fine.

pabii2 said...

I have a 1963 series one dollar bill, A 00004474 * fair condition. I don't know how to grade condition but it has creases, slight fraying on the top and bottom edges and it looks like it may have been ironed.

pabii2 said...

I've been reading previous posts and I have another question about serial numbers. I have two one dollar bills with 'fancy' (?) or unique numbers.


2006 series I 11171717 A
2006 series I 11171777 A

both are crisp and clean - no folds.

How does the number influence the value of the bill?

I'm a cashier... would it be wise to buy currency with unique numbers when I'm working with new bank currency?

Thanks.

Man said...

1963 series one dollar bill, A 00004474 * fair condition

In the condition you describe it's about $2.50.

2006 series I 11171717 A
2006 series I 11171777 A

both are crisp and clean - no folds.


These would be odd number notes and may bring extra value to the right collector but generally are not fancy enough for most.

Fancy number notes that are crisp do well for example an $1 F88888888A sold for $2,000.00.

Ebay is a good indicator on what's selling. So if you have the money to buy it from your register and are good at selling then go for it.

spencer13 said...

I just got paid by a customer with 3 1950 $20's, 2 1950 $10's and a 1969 $10 the numbers are
$20.00
1950A L01110073*
1950A B01549022B
1950B L69475503B
$10
1950A L34492324B
1950A G19191606D
1969A F70375489A
can you give me an idea what they are worth thanks....

Man said...

$20.00
1950A L01110073* about $70.00
1950A B01549022B about $22.50
1950B L69475503B about $25.00

$10
1950A L34492324B about $12.00
1950A G19191606D about $12.00
1969A F70375489A about $10.00

spencer13 said...

WOW that was fast, Thanks....

Anonymous said...

1) I have two $100 bills with the star note. One of them is series 2001 and numbered CE00992961*. The second is series 2003 and numbered DK01109629*.
2) I have a $20 bill with a number of: EA88553388E. All the numbers can mathmatically equal 8's.
3) I have a third $100 bill which has what looks like a small fruit stamp on the right side. The ink is similar in color to the ink of the bill as also does not bleed through to the opposite side of the bill.
Any thoughts to the values of these bills?

Man said...

I'm assuming very-fine grade.

1) $100 bills with the star note
2001 CE00992961* about $110.00
2003 DK01109629* about $115.00

2) $20 bill EA88553388E about $30.00

3) $100 bill which has what looks like a small fruit stamp on the right side. The ink is similar in color to the ink of the bill as also does not bleed through to the opposite side of the bill.

This is a counter stamp used in other countries to verify that the U.S. bill is real. No extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935F $1 Silver Certificate with a * before the serial number. It has "P" mint (I think) can you give me any information?

Anonymous said...

I have a $5 1963 with Red seal & Serial Number, the number is
A44120480A
Thanks

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