Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Stars Came Out Tonight

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.

I recently got this fresh super crisp star note from my change. This is the nicest looking star note I ever got and made sure not to fold or bend before I got it home.

Now when I looked it up in the book I see it is listed in sheets only, this is wrong. The Uncut Sheet sold by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) was only for the C-A block. Still this bill is one of the scarcer of the 2003-A $1.00 notes.

This is the second 2003A $1 star note that I found but this one is much more special in grade and rarity.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 1 Dollar/United States
Year: 2003A
Date Printed: July 2007
Printings: 320,000
Run: 2nd from C03200001* - C03520000*
Value: $30.00 in CH-CU(choice-uncirculated)

Do you have a 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.

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

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Anonymous said...

Hi, Happy 4th of July. I have a student that has a $1 bill. Serial # B67432747I, 2003A, the black seal on the left side of the bill is missing with a smug and there is no signature on the right side of the bill above the Secretary of the Treasury. The student took the bill to the bank and they scanned it and told him it was real. The 3 digit # on the back is 102 and the front has B small 3 lrg 2. Could you give me an idea of what it is worth or who could help us. The bill is in used condition but has a pink marker line about 1/2 long to the rite of George's face. Any help would be greatly appreciated. P.S He almost used the bill to pay for a bag of chips. I told him to keep it. Warmest Thanks Slabqueen

Anonymous said...

Hi, It's me again, I Have a $1 dollar star bill which came into the store yesterday, it's in good shape but some person stamp the wheres george stamp on it front and back. serial # C01954073*, 2003A series. Could you tell me if it's worth anything? Warmest Thanks, Slabqueen

Man said...

Happy 4th to you too. Can't wait for the fireworks tonight.

$1 bill. Serial # B67432747I, 2003A, the black seal on the left side of the bill is missing with a smug and there is no signature on the right side of the bill above the Secretary of the Treasury.

This may be a Missing Overprint error but the smudge and only one missing signature makes me think someone altered a normal bill.

The black portion of the ink if missing should not make the signature disappear. Were it genuine it would be about $150.00. Without an image it is hard to tell.

$1 dollar star bill which came into the store yesterday, it's in good shape but some person stamp the wheres george stamp on it front and back. serial # C01954073*, 2003A

The Where's George stamp basically ruins the bill. There is a way to get the ink off but I don't know how.
It is the more common star not than the one I found in my post so it would be about $10.00 but with the stamp it's only $1.50 if unfolded.

This note was stamped by a user named "bank of frank" who is obsessed with Where'sGeorge.com.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, I will have the student send you a pix/scan. I won't see him till mid next week. Have a wonderful 4th. Warmest Thanx, Slabqueen

EC said...

neat blog. i have collected wreath pennies with my father for years, as well as the pennies with that small letter designation near the date. it is fun and something we can do together and not fight about (well sometimes...).

what i wanted to ask was, is there any special significance with $20 or $50 bills dating between 1950 and 1969? just found a couple in a stash box of my grandfathers and wondered...

thanks!

Man said...

special significance with $20 or $50 bills dating between 1950 and 1969?

If they are in perfect, unfolded, and like new they carry some extra value.
Also star notes have some extra value.
1950-E have a small premium for both $20 and $50.

Besides that none of the bills are special.

ec said...

thanks!

what is a star note?

ec

Man said...

what is a star note?

A star note is a replacement note that the government issues when regular notes are damaged.

They are identified by the star * at the end of the serial number.

Since they are printed in less quantities they are generally worth more.

Anonymous said...

i have a 2$ bill with a star at the beginning of the numbers its a 1953 in great condition.is this any different then the others
*03955394a

Man said...

2$ bill with a star at the beginning of the numbers its a 1953 in great condition.is this any different then the others
*03955394a


This has to be a 1953-C it is about $40.00 in crisp-uncirculated.

cajunpride said...

Do you know the value of a $1 Star note...series 1969 serial number# L 00183534

It is in good shape, does have a fold in the middle, but very crisp for it's age. Someone must have had to pull out stashes for gas money!! hee hee

Thanks for any help....R Duplantis

Man said...

$1 Star note...series 1969 serial number# L 00183534

It is in good shape, does have a fold in the middle


About $2.00.

Yeah if you decide to keep it may be a decade before the value rises, but if you need to pay for something don't feel bad because it's a common star note.

UrFavAunt said...

Hi! I have a strange ten dollar bill. It is from 1950 with what looks like a "B" under the date. I kept it because I never saw a bill that said "Will pay to the bearer on demand" at the bottom. But when my brother was looking at it, he noticed that on the front there is no top border and when you look at it up to a light source you can see that the front and back printings do not line up, as the top border is there on the back but not the front. The serial number is A78415117B. Should I hold onto it?

Man said...

ten dollar bill. It is from 1950 with what looks like a "B" under the date A78415117B

That's a minor Faulty Alignment error so no extra value the bill in very-fine is about $15.00.

Anonymous said...

The cashier at a restaurant today told me I gave them a counterfiet $20.00. They marked it with their pen and the mark turned brown. Gave them a different bill, stuffed that one in my wallet and went on my way. When I got home I took a look at the bill. It is a 1950 "c" series. Serial #A54879419A. So I looked up the signatures. Elizabeth Rudel Smith and C Douglas Dillon. From what I could find neither was in office until 1961?? Any opinion??

Man said...

counterfiet $20.00. They marked it with their pen and the mark turned brown. Gave them a different bill, stuffed that one in my wallet and went on my way. When I got home I took a look at the bill. It is a 1950 "c" series. Serial #A54879419A. So I looked up the signatures. Elizabeth Rudel Smith and C Douglas Dillon. From what I could find neither was in office until 1961??

Counterfeit twenties are common but older bills tend to give false positives with the marker test.

The 1950-C bill was actually first made in February of 1961.
The "C" indicates it was not an original 1950 bill.

It's about $22.50 in very-fine.

There are counterfeit collectors but they are hard to find. That said I think yours is real.

michael said...

I have a $1.00 bill series 2003A with serial # E74189780E. It appears that the bill was folded in half so that the Federal Reserve mark appears as a mirror image over the green treasury mark. The number "5" also appears as a mirror image (only the 5 on top). Hard to exlpain, but I can email a picture.

Man said...

$1.00 bill series 2003A with serial # E74189780E. It appears that the bill was folded in half so that the Federal Reserve mark appears as a mirror image over the green treasury mark. The number "5" also appears as a mirror image (only the 5 on top).

Sounds like a minor ink transfer maybe about $10.00 in very fine.

If the where the Federal Reserve mark should be is blank then it would be worth ten times as much.

You can always upload an image to a free photo site and link it but it's not necessary.

Harvey said...

I have a One Dollar Bill 1977, most features on the front appear double image, the back appears normal. Is this a mistake dollar, any idea if it is worth anything? This is the first time I am leaving a comment on a blog, haven't figured out how to leave a scanned in image yet. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

Man said...

One Dollar Bill 1977, most features on the front appear double image, the back appears normal.

Go to Photobucket or imageshack upload there and then drop a link.

This is called Multiple Printing Error and is about $1,000.00 in extra-fine. It must be confirmed by an expert because this error can easily be faked.

alupino said...

I have a set of $10 and $20 uncuts sheets (4 bills per sheet). They both are in uncirculated condition with the star at the end of the serial number. The serial numbers are as follows:

($10 bills SERIES 2003)
DA 00000995*
DA 00013995*
DA 00026995*
DA 00039995*

($20 BILLS SERIES 2004A)
GA 00105530*
GA 00117530*
GA 00129530*
GA 00141530*

I have been trying to find out how much they are worth could you help me.

Man said...

uncuts sheets (4 bills per sheet)

($10 bills SERIES 2003)
DA 00000995*
DA 00013995*
DA 00026995*
DA 00039995*

About $150.00

($20 BILLS SERIES 2004A)
GA 00105530*
GA 00117530*
GA 00129530*
GA 00141530*

About $120.00

collect em said...

i have 100 - 1977 dollar bills in numerical order. as far as i can tell they are untouched. what would they be worth?

Man said...

100 - 1977 dollar bills

If they are non-star notes they're about $105.00 each.

swissyMom6713 said...

Hi - while clearing out my Mom's belongings I came across a $1 dollar bill from 1995 that looks to be missing some of the ink on the back of the bill. Clearly it was printed that way and the bill although a little creased is very crisp. I don't know how long she had it but she must have stuck it in a drawer thinking it was worth something. I took pictures of it, but I don't know if they can be posted here. I don't have my own URL. If interested I can send the photos. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

Man said...

$1 dollar bill from 1995 that looks to be missing some of the ink on the back of the bill. Clearly it was printed that way and the bill although a little creased is very crisp.

Sounds like an Insufficient Inking Error it's about $40.00.

If you want to show a picture just use a free site like imageshack or Photobucket and drop a link here.

SwissyMom6713 said...

Here is alink to the dollar missing the ink. Thanks!

http://thumb14.webshots.net/t/52/752/9/52/80/2576952800104138454NcGNMQ_th.jpg

SwissyMom6713 said...

sorry her it is again
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Man said...

Here is alink to the dollar missing the ink. T

Nice. Much nicer than I first estimated.
This looks more like a Board Break Error rather than a Insufficient Ink Error but either way it's about $100.00. It probably needs to be seen by an expert to get the exact error type.

AMV said...

Thank you! I'd keep it if didn't have a $5,000 vet bill that I have to pay off. LOL. I'll let you know what I find out. Appreciate your quick response.

Man said...

I'll let you know what I find out.

That's fine if selling in person and ungraded it starts at $40.00 and only graded would give you the maximum value.

In person coin dealers try to get bargains which is why most buyers go to eBay more often.

Anonymous said...

Hi I have seven dollar star notes being

2001 serial number F09346678*
2003A B06556907*
2003A E06091190*
2003A E04297852*
2003A E04693720*
2003A F12791794*
2006 G02542839*

All of them being in good condition with creases down the middle.

I also have a 2004A ten dollar bill serial number GL08335449* but it's in rough shape.

Man said...

dollar star notes being

2001 F09346678* about $2.50
2003A B06556907* about $2.50
2003A E06091190* about $1.50
2003A E04297852* about $1.50
2003A E04693720* about $1.50
2003A F12791794* about $1.25
2006 G02542839* about $1.25

2004A ten dollar bill serial number GL08335449* but it's in rough shape.
About $12.50

Vik22 said...

I have a one dollar bill from 1917. The serial number is T892330A

Man said...

one dollar bill from 1917. The serial number is T892330A

About $30.00

robert said...

How do i turn my dollar in for its value. And what is the value of my dollar?
serial number K79196707D series 2003A. it has a couple of creases on it but other than that its in great condition.

Man said...

Dollar K79196707D series 2003A. it has a couple of creases

It has no extra value, it is just $1.00, spend it anywhere.

Anonymous said...

HELPPPPPP, I have this unusual $1 bill, I believe----for some reason, I kept it, for years now, seperate from others. Anyhow, it has no "IN GOD WE TRUST" around the seal on the back-------
front------Series 1935 D and another G 6882
the left side of the front, has no posting, like the above ones,,,,,,Im confused===

KITTY in California

Man said...

it has no "IN GOD WE TRUST" around the seal on the back-------front------Series 1935 D

The GOD motto was not added until the 1935-G series which was printed in 1961.

This is normal and the average is about $3.00 but that depends on serial number.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the comment, thots, I will have to take it to a dealer in town here,,,,,,,,,get a more detailed idear.

TRULY===thanks

Andrew said...

How much are the following bills worth?

2003A $1 Richmond Star Notes GEM CU
E 05992042*
E 05992043*
E 05992087*
E 05992088*
E 05992096*
E 05992097*
E 05992099*
E 05992100*

2003A $1 Philadelphia Star GEM CU
C 00625031*
C 00625032*
C 00625088*
C 00625089*
C 02048063*
C 02048065*
C 02048066*
C 02048067*
C 00836969*

1976 $2 Postmarked with postage stamp 4/13/76 Dallas GEM CU
K 00671113A

1999 $1 Five Consecutive Star notes Richmond E GEM CU
E 00883646* through E 00883650*

1999 $1 San Francisco Star Note GEM CU
L 14119724* and L 14119763*

1976 $2 Chicago Star note PCGS Graded 65PPQ GEM NEW
G 00097050*

1975B $1 Silver Certificate VF
U 68717185A

1963 Red Seal $5 Note VF
A 22594257A

Man said...

2003A $1 Richmond Star Notes GEM CU
E 05992042* about $6.00
E 05992043* about $6.00
E 05992087* about $6.00
E 05992088* about $6.00
E 05992096* about $6.00
E 05992097* about $6.00
E 05992099* about $6.00
E 05992100* about $6.00

2003A $1 Philadelphia Star GEM CU
C 00625031* about $10.00
C 00625032* about $10.00
C 00625088* about $10.00
C 00625089* about $10.00
C 02048063* about $10.00
C 02048065* about $10.00
C 02048066* about $10.00
C 02048067* about $10.00
C 00836969* about $10.00

1976 $2 Postmarked with postage stamp 4/13/76 Dallas GEM CU
K 00671113A about $2.00 sold as a novelty for $4.00

1999 $1 Five Consecutive Star notes Richmond E GEM CU
E 00883646* through E 00883650* about $6.00 each

1999 $1 San Francisco Star Note GEM CU
L 14119724* and L 14119763* about $5.00 each

1976 $2 Chicago Star note PCGS Graded 65PPQ GEM NEW
G 00097050* about $60.00

1975B $1 Silver Certificate VF
U 68717185A about $2.50

1963 Red Seal $5 Note VF
A 22594257A about $12.00

Andrew said...

Thanks for the value, by the way, where on the $1 bill can you find out what run it came from and any other additional information that could possibly make the bill more valuable?

Man said...

where on the $1 bill can you find out what run it came from and any other additional information that could possibly make the bill more valuable?


The run does not usually add any more value.
To know the run involves a lot of work but luckily this LINK did most of the heavy lifting. Click on the G in the BCG boxes to get the exact run.

Andrew said...

ok, I noticed at the top of your page you have a 2003A $1 Philadalphia Star note. I have them as well. What make yours worth $50 and mine only worth $10?

Man said...

2003A $1 Philadalphia Star note. I have them as well. What make yours worth $50 and mine only worth $10?

Mine was...
Printings: 320,000 ---Very Low
Run: 2nd from C03200001* - C03520000*

Yours is...
Printings: 3,200,000---Common
Run: 1st from C00000001* - C03200000*

above 640,000 is common
640,000 is medium
below 640,000 is low

Andrew said...

Thanks for your information. That helps out a lot.

Andrew said...

How about the value of this 1976 PCGS Graded GEM New 66PPQ F00836263*

Andrew said...

Also a $2 1976 D00160726* CU GEM and $2 1976 CU GEM C00579490* Also the one above that was graded PCGS is also a $2 bill.

Andrew said...

1969A $1 STAR NOTE PCGS GRADED GEM NEW 65 PPQ C03457730* worth????

Man said...

1976 PCGS Graded GEM New 66PPQ F00836263*
About $40.00

$2 1976 D00160726* CU GEM
About $50.00

$2 1976 CU GEM C00579490*
About $30.00

1969A $1 STAR NOTE PCGS GRADED GEM NEW 65 PPQ C03457730*
About $20.00

Andrew said...

Here's some more.

2003A $2 GEM CU NEW G05854600A
2003A $2 GEM CU NEW G05854599A
2003A $2 GEM CU NEW G05854500A
2003A $2 GEM CU NEW G05854499A
1957 $1 Silver Certificate VF D98433079A
1957A $1 Silver Certificate VF D31038646A
1957B $1 Silver Certificate VG U68717185A

Man said...

2003A $2 GEM CU NEW G05854600A about $5.00
2003A $2 GEM CU NEW G05854599A about $5.00
2003A $2 GEM CU NEW G05854500A about $5.00
2003A $2 GEM CU NEW G05854499A about $5.00
1957 $1 Silver Certificate VF D98433079A about $2.50
1957A $1 Silver Certificate VF D31038646A about $2.50
1957B $1 Silver Certificate VG U68717185A about $2.00

Andrew said...

Here's a question, what about the value of 10 consecutive star notes??

They are issue 2003A Richmond in
GEM NEW CU PPQ E 04388041* to E 04388050*

Man said...

2003A Richmond in GEM NEW CU PPQ E 04388041* to E 04388050*

Assuming $1.
The fact they are consecutive does not necessarily bring extra value.
Each is about $6.00.

Andrew said...

OK, and yes they were $1, Do lower serials tend to bring a bit more value than a higher serial? Or is it all about the production of each note?

Andrew

Man said...

Do lower serials tend to bring a bit more value than a higher serial? Or is it all about the production of each note?

Only if the serial number is less than 100 or special in another way.
Check out this previous post LOWER...

Andrew said...

How about theses. $1 star notes in GEM NEW CU.
E 00883646*
E 00883647*
E 00883648*
E 00883649*
E 00883650*

Man said...

How about theses. $1 star notes in GEM NEW CU.

What year?

Andrew said...

I'm sorry, they are $1 star notes 1999.

Man said...

$1 star notes in GEM NEW CU...1999
E 00883646* about $6.00
E 00883647* about $6.00
E 00883648* about $6.00
E 00883649* about $6.00
E 00883650* about $6.00

Andrew said...

I just saw this one from someone, BK 07777770* $10 bill 2003 Condition is VF 20

Andrew said...

Also some others,

PCGS Graded 2003 $1 Repeater Serial E 39713971A Superb Gem New 67 PPQ

PCGS Graded 1963A Star note Red Seal *00862571A Superb Gem New 67 PPQ

Man said...

BK 07777770* $10 bill 2003 Condition is VF 20

BK is from 1999 about $100.00 because of the fancy numbers.
DK is from 2003, not possible.

PCGS Graded 2003 $1 Repeater Serial E 39713971A Superb Gem New 67 PPQ
About $30.00

PCGS Graded 1963A Star note Red Seal *00862571A Superb Gem New 67 PPQ
What denomination?

Andrew said...

Red Seal 1963A *00862571A Superb Gem New 67 PPQ PCGS is a $2

Man said...

Red Seal 1963A *00862571A Superb Gem New 67 PPQ PCGS is a $2

About $150.00

Andrew said...

1928 F $2 Red Seal Note PCGS GEM NEW 66PPQ D74923427A

Man said...

1928 F $2 Red Seal Note PCGS GEM NEW 66PPQ D74923427A

About $125.00

Andrew said...

1963 $2 Red Seal *00081671A About Uncirculated

Andrew said...

1963 $2 Red Seal *00200637A Almost uncirculated Condition

Man said...

1963 $2 Red Seal *00081671A About Uncirculated about $24.00
1963 $2 Red Seal *00200637A Almost uncirculated about $24.00

Andrew said...

1999 $1 Star Note Gem CU New C 17607166*
1969A $1 Star Note PCGS GEM NEW 65PPQ C 03457730*
1928F $2 PCGS GEM NEW 66PPQ D 74923427A
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU B 06995044*
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU C 02180631*
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU C 02180632*
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU C 02180633*
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU C 02180634*
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU C 02180635*

Man said...

1999 $1 Star Note Gem CU New C 17607166* about $10.00
1969A $1 Star Note PCGS GEM NEW 65PPQ C 03457730* about $10.00
1928F $2 PCGS GEM NEW 66PPQ D 74923427A about $125.00
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU B 06995044* about $10.00
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU C 02180631* about $10.00
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU C 02180632* about $10.00
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU C 02180633* about $10.00
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU C 02180634* about $10.00
2003A $1 Star Note GEM CU C 02180635* about $10.00

Andrew said...

Here's some more,

1969B $1 Atlanta Star Note F 00808732* GEM CU
1969B $1 Atlanta Star Note F 00808745* GEM CU
1969B $1 Atlanta Star Note F 00808746* GEM CU
1969B $1 Atlanta Star Note F 00808899* GEM CU
2006 $1 New York Star Note B 00024643* GEM CU
2003 $1 Chicago Star Note G 09625271* GEM CU
2003 $1 San Francisco Star Note L 00624900* GEM CU

Andrew said...

Some more
2001 $1 Atlanta Star Note F 07608701* GEM CU
2003 $1 Chicago Star Note G 05818501* GEM CU
2003A $1 Atlanta Star Note F 09908101* GEM CU
2003 $1 Richmond Star Note E 03491801* GEM CU
2003 $1 Boston Star Note A 00921001* GEM CU

Man said...

1969B $1 F 00808732* GEM CU about $16.00
1969B $1 F 00808745* GEM CU about $16.00
1969B $1 F 00808746* GEM CU about $16.00
1969B $1 F 00808899* GEM CU about $16.00
2006 $1 B 00024643* GEM CU about $12.00
2003 $1 G 09625271* GEM CU about $70.00
2003 $1 L 00624900* GEM CU about $12.00
2001 $1 F 07608701* GEM CU about $10.00
2003 $1 G 05818501* GEM CU about $10.00
2003A $1 F 09908101* GEM CU about $10.00
2003 $1 E 03491801* GEM CU about $10.00
2003 $1 A 00921001* GEM CU about $12.00

Andrew said...

What about these
2001 $1 Star Note L 00858601* GEM CU
2001 $1 Star Note L 00858687* GEM CU (Ladder Note)

Man said...

2001 $1 Star Note L 00858601* GEM CU about $12.00
2001 $1 Star Note L 00858687* GEM CU (Ladder Note) about $15.00

Andrew said...

Question, what serials through L 00858601* to L 00858700* are worth more? or do most have a value of $12 each? I have a 100 Count BEP pack of them. They are 2001 bills and are GEM CU right out of the pack.

Andrew said...

Also can I ask you where you get your values from? What book do you use?

Man said...

L 00858601* to L 00858700* are worth more? or do most have a value of $12 each? I have a 100 Count BEP pack of them. They are 2001 bills and are GEM CU

None really have any extra value and GEM CU is only given when graded by a company if not graded then it is half the value.

I use eBay, forums, coin and currency magazines, and Small-Size US Paper Money by Schwartz & Lindquist.

After a while you start seeing a pattern on which notes are selling well and if the book value is realistic or not.

Jay said...

I have a One dollar star error note from 1995. The front is normal, but the back is moderatly shiffted down and slightly angled, with a sliver of colors from the note above. Do you have any suggestions on where I could get some information on this!

Man said...

One dollar star error note from 1995. The front is normal, but the back is moderatly shiffted down and slightly angled, with a sliver of colors from the note above

This is Minor Faulty Alignment error about $50.00 you may want to get it graded at PCGS for maximum value.

Andrew said...

http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/5/3/2/8/0/7/webimg/306415484_o.jpg

What about a 1976 $2 star note Uncirculated with an ink stain on the front. B00311825*

Man said...

1976 $2 star note Uncirculated with an ink stain on the front. B00311825*

The ink from a bank stamp is distracting about $10.00.

C said...

I have multiple sheets of (4) $10 2003 DA stars, do you recommend to send to PGGS or just hold as they are in a safe place? Do you believe that there is longer term appreciation on this series based on low run production or have they possibly peaked?

Man said...

multiple sheets of (4) $10 2003 DA stars, do you recommend to send to PGGS or just hold as they are in a safe place?

About $150.00 not worth grading since all are near perfect.

Although they were made in low amounts most survived in great shape. Each time a new design comes out the old designs raise in value but $150 is going to be the high for years.

Alec said...

Hello I have a 2006 $1 where the black Fed. Reserve is H. The H appears to have been wet ink or something and is also on and overlapping the green treasury seal. There are 4 8's on the front and each one of them has a slightly offset impression of an 8 next to and over lapping them. The back of the bill is error free. The bill is in fine condition I would guess.

Man said...

2006 $1 where the black Fed. Reserve is H. The H appears to have been wet ink or something and is also on and overlapping the green treasury seal. There are 4 8's on the front and each one of them has a slightly offset impression of an 8 next to and over lapping them.

Sounds like a Double Printing error that is minor about $200.00 but it need to be verified by an expert.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I have a 1935 H one dollar silver certificate that has a blue star before the serial# the number is *21425291G. Just curious if it worth more than a dollar. The bill is in fine condition.

Man said...

1935 H one dollar silver certificate that has a blue star before the serial# the number is *21425291G

About $15.00

Anonymous said...

Hi, I recently received a 1950 D ten dollar bill as a tip. Serial Number is G20424787H. Treasury signature = Kathryn O'Day (Grasham?)and C. Douglas Dillon. I am curious as to why the flag is flying upside down on the left top of the treasury building and if this bill is worth more than ten dollars? Just curious... I plan to save it regardless of its real worth.

Anonymous said...

i recieved several two dollar bills, as a tip, and two of them are from 1953. They show some wear and tear. I was just wondering if they are worth more than $2.And what does the red star mean before the serial number?
A64715132A Series 1953 B
*02218754A Series 1953 A

Man said...

1950 D ten dollar bill as a tip. Serial Number is G20424787H....I am curious as to why the flag is flying upside down on the left top of the treasury building

It is not upside down that is an illusion.
The flag is supposed to be waving in the wind but the shadows make it look to some people as if this is an error, but there is no error.
It's about $12.50.

Man said...

They show some wear and tear. I was just wondering if they are worth more than $2.And what does the red star mean before the serial number?

The red star means it was a replacement note for a bill tha was damaged.
A64715132A Series 1953 B about $7.00
*02218754A Series 1953 A about $20.00

Andrew said...

Here's nice serial note Bookends.
2006 $1 Dallas K 37777737 D In UNC Gem Condition.

Man said...

2006 $1 Dallas K 37777737 D In UNC Gem Condition.

About $3.00 the number is not fancy enough for most collectors.

Andrew said...

What about a 1976 Star Note Unc New C 00431648*

Andrew said...

By the way it's a $2 note.

Man said...

1976 Star Note Unc New C 00431648*...$2 note

About $10.00

Anonymous said...

Hello, what about a $1 1969 star note K 00001817* ? Has one fold but otherwise is in fine condition.

Man said...

$1 1969 star note K 00001817* ? Has one fold but otherwise is in fine condition.

About $3.00

Andrew said...

What about a $1 2001 Note Fancy Serial L 75757575 J in GEM CU

Man said...

$1 2001 Note Fancy Serial L 75757575 J in GEM CU

About $20.00

Andrew said...

What about the value of this bill? It's has been circulated a lot.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?VISuperSize&item=160377014364

Man said...

What about the value of this bill? It's has been circulated a lot.

About $10.00.

Andrew said...

Here's some rare star notes, 128,000 run both uncirculated

$10 DH 00122735* 2003
$10 GL 00074920* 2004A

Man said...

$10 DH 00122735* 2003 about $100.00
$10 GL 00074920* 2004A about $75.00

Andrew said...

Here are 3 notes all in Uncirculated Crisp Condition New and are $1 Notes

1995 G 00074116*
1995 I 03940240*
1993 K 06080690*

Andrew said...

Here is 4 Consecutive notes They are 2003 $1 Star Notes, in UNC NEW. There is a issue with the print on these though, the Green Seal and Serials are farther to the left and NOT centered. Does this add additional value?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?VISuperSize&item=200404087826

Andrew said...

Here's another link that should work right for the 4 2003 $1 Star notes

http://i.ebayimg.com/10/!Bb,jhw!!Wk~$(KGrHqIH-CYEgtnnGH49BKv7f3CT0Q~~_12.JPG

Man said...

Uncirculated Crisp Condition New and are $1 Notes

1995 G 00074116* about $6.00
1995 I 03940240* about $6.00
1993 K 06080690* about $10.00

4 Consecutive notes They are 2003 $1 Star Notes, in UNC NEW. There is a issue with the print on these though, the Green Seal and Serials are farther to the left and NOT centered. Does this add additional value?
The off center may actually lower value but in most cases it does nothing.
They're about $5.00 each.

Anonymous said...

i have several quarters dating from 1930-1980 and everything in between. an 1860 wheat penny w/ indian head on front and 3 1964 dimes with a mark in front of date,and seem to be made of different material any idea what these might be worth? r_pristello@yahoo.com

Andrew said...

What about a $2 1976 New York Star Note in AU Condition Basically it's all crisp but it has a slight wave in the bill. B 00326248*

Anonymous said...

i have several quarters dating from 1930-1980 and everything in between. an 1860 wheat penny w/ indian head on front and 3 1964 dimes with a mark in front of date,and seem to be made of different material any idea what these might be worth?

Man said...

several quarters dating from 1930-1980
For most about $3.50

1932-D,1932-S are above $175.00

1936-D, 1938, 1938-S, 1939-D, 1939-S, 1940-D are above $20.00


1860 wheat penny w/ indian head on front about $13.00

1964 dimes about $3.00 it is silver.

Man said...

$2 1976 New York Star Note in AU Condition Basically it's all crisp but it has a slight wave in the bill. B 00326248*

About $10.00 the wave can be gentle pressed flat.

Andrew said...

What about a new UNC GEM Chicago 2003 $1 Star note G 06303230*?

Man said...

UNC GEM Chicago 2003 $1 Star note G 06303230*

About $5.00

Andrew said...

What about $1 GEM CU 2003A Star notes
E 04388041*
E 04388042*
E 04388043*
E 04388044*
E 04388045*
E 04388046*
E 04388047*
E 04388048*
E 04388049*
E 04388050*

Andrew said...

2006 Star Note $1 GEM CU B 05442870*
2006 Note Serial $1 GEM CU L 80555558B

Andrew said...

What about a low run note 1999 $1 Star Note UNC Richmond E 03476167*

Man said...

$1 GEM CU 2003A Star notes
E 04388041* about $6.00
E 04388042* about $6.00
E 04388043* about $6.00
E 04388044* about $6.00
E 04388045* about $6.00
E 04388046* about $6.00
E 04388047* about $6.00
E 04388048* about $6.00
E 04388049* about $6.00
E 04388050* about $6.00

2006 Star Note $1 GEM CU B 05442870* about $6.00
2006 Note Serial $1 GEM CU L 80555558B about $2.00

1999 $1 Star Note UNC Richmond E 03476167* about $15.00

Andrew said...

What about a low run 640,000 $1 Chicago Star Note In Uncirculated G 10127005*

Andrew said...

How about a Star Note LOW RUN 320,000 1999 $5 Richmond BE 06675192* in Uncirculated GEM.

Man said...

$1 Chicago Star Note In Uncirculated G 10127005*
What year?

1999 $5 Richmond BE 06675192* in Uncirculated GEM
Actually I think it is a run of 384,000 it's about $75.00.

Andrew said...

$1 Chicago Star Note In Uncirculated G 10127005* 2003 640,000 run

Man said...

$1 Chicago Star Note In Uncirculated G 10127005* 2003

About $35.00

Andrew said...

I have a bunch of those $1 Chicago Star notes that are the 640,000 run valued at $35. Is it worth getting them professionally graded? I remember you stating that if they are graded, it basically doubles the value.

Man said...

$1 Chicago Star notes that are the 640,000 run valued at $35. Is it worth getting them professionally graded?

It depends if you are sure it will grade at 65 or more.
This is where a grading book would help.
Try the link below to see if it is worth grading.
LINK

Punxsyredneck said...

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

Man said...

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

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

Andrew said...

What about this star note, Fr. 1982-E* 2003 $1 Serial E00317380* Superb Gem New 68PPQ PCGS Graded

Man said...

Fr. 1982-E* 2003 $1 Serial E00317380* Superb Gem New 68PPQ PCGS Graded

About $100.00

Andrew said...

What about a Uncirculated New 2003A $2 note B 99912184 B

Man said...

Uncirculated New 2003A $2 note B99912184B about $3.00 this is part of an uncut sheet it is a shame that it was cut and changes the value over time depending how many others were cut.

Andrew said...

What about 1977-A $1 Star note UNC NEW J08357787*

Man said...

1977-A $1 Star note UNC NEW J08357787*

Assuming Choice-Crisp-Uncirculated it's about $8.00.

Andrew said...

What about a Choice New 63PPQ Fr. 1930-B* 2003A $1 note Serial B 03387524* PCGS Graded

Andrew said...

Also a Superb Gem New 68PPQ Fr 1918-C* $1 Star Note Serial C 01798692* PCGS Graded

Man said...

Choice New 63PPQ Fr. 1930-B* 2003A $1 note Serial B 03387524* PCGS Graded

About $50.00

Man said...

Superb Gem New 68PPQ Fr 1918-C* $1 Star Note Serial C 01798692* PCGS Graded

About $400.00

Andrew said...

2006 $1 Star Note Kansas City Uncirculated Condition J02497522*

2003A $5 Star Note Chicago Uncirculated Condition FG 00382950*

1969B $1 Star Note Atlanta Uncirculated Condition F 00808754*

Man said...

2006 $1 Star Note Kansas City Uncirculated Condition J02497522*
About $5.00

2003A $5 Star Note Chicago Uncirculated Condition FG 00382950*
About $35.00

1969B $1 Star Note Atlanta Uncirculated Condition F 00808754*
About $4.00

Tonia said...

Series of 1917 large one dollar bill. Perfect condition, no folds no tears no holes. Perfect. Speelman and White signatures. N94037294A

Man said...

1917 large one dollar bill. Perfect condition, no folds no tears no holes. Perfect. Speelman and White signatures. N94037294A

About $300.00

Andrew said...

What about a $1 1999 Gem Note Uncirculated New L64672665E ?

Man said...

$1 1999 Gem Note Uncirculated New L64672665E

About $3.00

Anonymous said...

I have a few packs of 1969A $1.00 FRN Star From Phil. All numbers are in order. Never been in circulation. Been in Safety Deposit Box for 40 years

Man said...

few packs of 1969A $1.00 FRN Star From Phil. All numbers are in order. Never been in circulation.

They would be about $10.00 each individual note.

As a pack they may sell for more especially on eBay but it varies.

Andrew said...

I have a brand new pack of 2003 series of Chicago Star notes 100 notes in consecutive order starting with G 08902501* This are gem quality. Centering is good.

Man said...

pack of 2003 series of Chicago Star notes 100 notes in consecutive order starting with G 08902501*

What denomination?

Andrew said...

Sorry, 2003 $1 series Chicago Star notes 100 notes in consecutive order starting with G 08902501* These are Gem Quality Centering is good.

Man said...

2003 $1 series Chicago Star notes 100 notes in consecutive order starting with G 08902501* These are Gem Quality

Each is about $5.00 but many have been found so some 100 packs have been selling for $300.00 or less.

Anonymous said...

i have one dollars bill with k03687223*
i have one hundred dollars with hb03472716*
i have twenty dollars bill with if03301707*
i habe one hundred dollars bill with fg00075600*
twenty dollars with gk00835703*
ef05363860* ef00321456*

Man said...

one dollars bill with k03687223*
i have one hundred dollars with hb03472716*
i have twenty dollars bill with if03301707*
i habe one hundred dollars bill with fg00075600*
twenty dollars with gk00835703*
ef05363860* ef00321456*


What years?

Anonymous said...

I HAVE BEEN SAVING 9 $100 2001 STAR NOTES, WHAT ARE THEY WORTH?
CB 00077051*
CB 00077050*
CB 00077049*
CB 00077048*
CB 00077047*
CB 00077046*
CB 00077045*
CB 00077044*
CB 00077043*

Man said...

$100 2001 STAR NOTES, assuming crisp-uncirculated
CB 00077051* about $150.00
CB 00077050* about $150.00
CB 00077049* about $150.00
CB 00077048* about $150.00
CB 00077047* about $150.00
CB 00077046* about $150.00
CB 00077045* about $150.00
CB 00077044* about $150.00
CB 00077043* about $150.00

dee said...

$100 2001 STAR NOTES,Yes they are " crisp-uncirculated"
CB 00077051* about $150.00
CB 00077050* about $150.00
CB 00077049* about $150.00
CB 00077048* about $150.00
CB 00077047* about $150.00
CB 00077046* about $150.00
CB 00077045* about $150.00
CB 00077044* about $150.00
CB 00077043* about $150.00
where would be the best place to sell them in todays market or are they worth waiting awhile?

Man said...

where would be the best place to sell them in todays market or are they worth waiting awhile?

It's worth waiting since the only market exist in eBay.

Maybe try currency forums.

Anonymous said...

Just received a star note in change today... $1 series 2003A C06853685*, any idea what it's worth?

Man said...

$1 series 2003A C06853685* about $12.50 in very-fine.

Andrew said...

The schwartz book doesn't have this note list for having star notes, what is it worth? Kansas 2006 $1 Star Note J 01736700* It is in almost uncirculated condition with a slight fold in the center. Still have crispness and bold colors.

Man said...

2006 $1 Star Note J 01736700* It is in almost uncirculated condition with a slight fold in the center

About $2.50 it has a printing of 3,200,000.

Andrew said...

I have a Uncirculated New *00516465D 1957 $1 Silver Certificate. How much is this worth?

Man said...

Uncirculated New *00516465D 1957 $1 Silver Certificate

About $60.00

Andrew said...

What about a Graded GEM CU NEW PCGS 65 $1 Star Note Low Serial
E 00044581* ??

Andrew said...

by the way that E 00044581* is a 2003 series.

Man said...

2003...Graded GEM CU NEW PCGS 65 $1 Star Note Low Serial E 00044581*

About $100.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1935 E Silver Certificate Star $1 bill. A7997 block.
Serial Number *53652439E. Can you tell me what it is worth?

Man said...

1935 E Silver Certificate Star $1 bill. A7997 block. Serial Number *53652439E

About $5.50 in very-fine.

Andrew said...

What about a fancy serial 2006 $1 K 90000001 E in VF condition?

Man said...

fancy serial 2006 $1 K 90000001 E in VF condition

Not fancy enough but if high grade and the right auction I can see it go for about $5.00. In VF maybe $2.00.

Anonymous said...

i got a $1 bill today and that 2 stars at the end of the numbers. its a 2003 series b. the numbers are g08166219. how much is it worth? is it worth holding onto? thanks

Man said...

$1 bill today and that 2 stars at the end of the numbers. its a 2003 series b. the numbers are g08166219

No such thing as a 2003 series B, it must be 2003.
About $1.25 and is common.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1969 $5 star note in good condition, could you please estimate the value. Thank you very much.

Man said...

1969 $5 star note in good condition about $7.50 depending on serial number

Andrew said...

2003A $5 Atlanta Star Note GEM CU NEW FF02204804*
2003A $5 Chicago Star Note GEM CU NEW FG00546410*

Man said...

2003A $5 GEM CU NEW FF02204804* about $50.00
2003A $5 GEM CU NEW FG00546410* about $75.00

Andrew said...

2003A $5 GEM CU NEW FF02204804* about $50.00
2003A $5 GEM CU NEW FG00546410* about $75.00

Question, I noticed in the book this prices is for CHCU, if these were Certified by PCGS 65 GEM, would that raise the value of these notes?

Man said...

I noticed in the book this prices is for CHCU, if these were Certified by PCGS 65 GEM, would that raise the value of these notes?

CU is usually thought as 63 - 64
CHCU is 65 - 66
GEM CU is 67 - 69
Perfect CU is 70

Now this is subject to change and of course some buyers don't care about the grading at all as long as the bill appeals to them.

All that said PCGS labeling 65 also GEM means in book value you go by the lower claim, it is a 65 not GEM. But at auction it may go higher.

Andrew said...

2006 Perfect CU $1 ATLANTA Star Note F 05804406 *

Man said...

2006 Perfect CU $1 ATLANTA Star Note F05804406* about $10.00 if CH CU.

Anonymous said...

What are these 4 one dollar bills worth?

J033396397* 2006 VF
E03379574* 2003 a F

D52666167B 2006 F
A33318028G 2006 VF

Are the last 2 bills worth more because they have repeating
digits of 666 and 333?

Man said...

one dollar bills worth?

J033396397* 2006 VF about $2.50
E03379574* 2003 a F about $1.50

D52666167B 2006 F about $1.00
A33318028G 2006 VF about $1.00

Are the last 2 bills worth more because they have repeating digits of 666 and 333?
No.

Trelease said...

Hi, I have a 2003 (no A) F Star note, Uncirculated, any idea what its worth? Thanks

Man said...

2003 (no A) F Star note, Uncirculated

What denomination?

Anonymous said...

I have two one dollar bill star notes

2006 JO2283277*

2006 G02853481*

was wondering if they are worth anything? Also have a 2006 one dollar bill serial no. F79394949R, and was wondering if i should save it?
Thanks for your help...

Man said...

one dollar bill star notes

2006 JO2283277* about $5.00

2006 G02853481* about $5.00

2006 one dollar bill serial no. F79394949R just $1.00

Andrew said...

What is this worth, a Fr. 1929-G* 2003 $1 FW Star Note Serial Chicago G10068758* PCGS Graded Gem New 65PPQ

Man said...

Fr. 1929-G* 2003 $1 FW Star Note Serial Chicago G10068758* PCGS Graded Gem New 65PPQ


About $70.00

Anonymous said...

I have a Pack of 100 $1 star notes. Series 2003. Serial Numbers A00909501* thru A00909600*. What might these be worth?

Thanks

Man said...

$1 star notes. Series 2003. Serial Numbers A00909501* thru A00909600*

About $6.00 each

Andrew said...

How much for 2006 $1 Star note Atlanta F05804430* thru F05804435*

How much for these low serials star notes 2003A $5 Chicago Star FG00009194* and FG00009193*

Andrew said...

By the way, all notes above are in GEM New condition

Man said...

2006 $1 Star note Atlanta F05804430* thru F05804435*
About $10.00 each

2003A $5 Chicago Star FG00009194* and FG00009193*
About $75.00 each

Anonymous said...

I have a 2004 $20.00 star note. The serial number is EF00576757* and was wondering how much it is worth...thanks so much....

Man said...

2004 $20.00 star note. The serial number is EF00576757* about $22.00

Andrew said...

How about this rare ghost note... 2006 $1 NY Gem B 07098017* (BEP Unlisted)

The BEP monthly production reports do not show this note.

Man said...

2006 $1 NY Gem B 07098017*

B 064 00001 * and B 096 00000 * have been reported and it seems there is an error in listing, not that the notes are rare.

For know $50 but I expect that price to drop fast once the error is sorted out.

http://www.uspapermoney.info/serials/f2006_s.html

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