Tuesday, February 01, 2011

2006 $1 Star Note D-*

Do you have star note and want to know its value? Leave a comment

I am going out of order just to publish something on schedule. This is my third find for 2011 and since the other were from...you guessed it Canada I will post them later this week.

Watching the cashier take out crisp bills for my change was nice until she crumpled them like that they can get separated. Anyone who gets crisp notes notices that they stick together real good. I understand that crimping a fresh note is sometimes necessary but it still makes the collector in me cringe.



This once straight star note from 2006 was right in the middle of these two notes from 2009.


What does that mean? Were some 2009 B-A dollar bills  destroyed?

Not sure.

The star notes were printed in August 2009 but that does not mean they are used immediately. The regular dollar bills were made in April 2010. That seems like a long time use these star replacement notes. It could be that some notes between the numbers you see int the picture were damaged in some way.

Were I a bit more obsessive I could use plate position to find out if this was possible but I already used the 2009 bills and I still have a social life. But if you want to make some sort of plate position app I will download it.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 1 Dollar / United States
Year: 2006
Date Printed: August 2009
Printings: 640,000
Run: 1st and only from D00000001* - D00640000*
Value: $25.00 in CU(crisp-uncirculated)

Pretty sure I can flatten this bill again since it was bent not fully folded, I'll stick in a book for a few months.

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

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

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Kelly said...

Those star notes are so neat. I keep my eye out for them, but haven't seen one yet.

Man said...

Yeah, they're scarce. I still wonder if I did find a real valuable one could I sell it. I've never sold anything.

Obsolete Currency said...

It appears that a previous owner of those 3 notes put the star note in between the other two to hinder the two regular dollars from sticking together. I've done that in the past. Since the star note was also crisp I guess they still stuck together enticing the cashier to crumple them up and ruin them for you.

On a side note, several years ago I purchased 24 crisp consecutive 1995 $1 star notes at a coin show. Although I found them interesting when I first saw them, I regretted purchasing them soon afterwards. I didn't have enough cash for much neater stuff I saw at that show, which was nearly a 2 hour drive and I got mildly rear-ended on the way there.

drac3000 said...

I have 2 $100.00 Gold 1975 Jamaican Coins,says 900/1000 Fine Gold Jamaica 1975/coat of arms/w ribbon on back.and Front has Columbus Discoverer of America. 1 Coin Uncirculated, 1 coin in Box/lid. both are Franklin Mint,could you please tell me what their worth,thank you.Great site by the way.

Man said...

It appears that a previous owner of those 3 notes put the star note in between the other two to hinder the two regular dollars from sticking together.
Possibly.

...I regretted purchasing them soon afterwards.
Yeah it happens that is why I like plucking stuff from my change.

Man said...

Jamaican 1975 Gold $100.00 Coins (900/1000 Fine Gold/written on back) both from Franklin Mint,with (Columbus on front),Coat of arms and(Jamaica 1975)on back.both Franklin Mint,

1 Uncirculated coin in sealed pack about $325.00

1 proof about $330.00

I answered this before but I may have been confused with the description so the value has changed a little.

Obsolete Currency said...

...I regretted purchasing them soon afterwards.
Yeah it happens that is why I like plucking stuff from my change.

Finding stuff in one's change is fun. Copper keeps going up in value so I started pulling copper pennies from my change. My main numismatic interest however, includes broken bank notes which I cannot pull out of my change.

With copper pennies, one can get rolls from the bank and keep the pre-1982 and the 1982 pennies that weigh about 3.5 grams (versus 2.5 grams). I've noticed that about 20% of the pennies are still 95% copper versus the newer copper clad. For Canadian pennies the pre-1996 pennies are the ones to keep.

Man said...

My main numismatic interest however, includes broken bank notes which I cannot pull out of my change.
Yeah I saw your site, very cool I added to my blog list if you don't mind.

For Canadian pennies the pre-1996 pennies are the ones to keep.
If Canada votes to eliminate their cent even newer ones will double in value.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1963a ten dollar note serial number g11145207* was wondering if its worth more than face the only problem is its circilated so i hope its rare!!!!

Man said...

1963a ten dollar note serial number g11145207* sorry very common, about $15.00

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jhcauto said...

Just stumbled across your blog and I have a question about a 1974 ten dollar bill I have. It is serial number B 80635217 G, and the lower right hand corner, if looking at the front, is totally clear of ink, and is slightly torn. It looks like it was caught in the machine and was torn, while also failing to receive ink. The back is inked in the same spot. I'll link some pictures when I can.
Forgot...I also have a series of 1928 B, 20 dollar bill, serial number C 06921739 A, that is misaligned on the back Just curious about it as well. Thanks!

Here are the links for pictures of both bills.

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Man said...

1974 ten dollar bill I have. It is serial number B 80635217 G, and the lower right hand corner, if looking at the front, is totally clear of ink, and is slightly torn. It looks like it was caught in the machine and was torn, while also failing to receive ink. The back is inked in the same spot
Minor insufficient ink error would be about $25 but the tear which looks like a true error can easily be faked so it may lower the value $10.
Only if you see another example can you be sure if it is torn or an error.

1928 B, 20 dollar bill, serial number C 06921739 A, that is misaligned on the back
The back is a very minor misalignment and common error for that time, about $40.00.

gkinky said...

I have a 1996 star note serial #J01698194*. Does this note have any value? Also I have two older style $20's, the frame around Jackson picture on my 1985 Twenty has "2 rings" when my other Twenty 1995 has "3 rings" on the frame around his picture. Is this difference because it changed over the years? Or is one of them a mistake? If so which one is the mistake, and is it worth anything? Thanks for your time.
G.Hull

Man said...

1996 star note serial #J01698194* What denomination?

Also I have two older style $20's, the frame around Jackson picture on my 1985 Twenty has "2 rings" when my other Twenty 1995 has "3 rings" on the frame around his picture. Is this difference because it changed over the years?
Yes after 1988 they added an extra security ring.
It has no extra value.

Anonymous said...

I know this might sound stupid and totally immature to a money collector like you, but um...why did they make star notes in the first place? And why are they SO special?

Man said...

why did they make star notes in the first place? And why are they SO special?

Star notes are replacement notes when the regular gets damaged in some way. Instead of reprinting the notes with the same serial numbers the government makes special star notes to indicate they are not the same but replacements.

They are special because they are made in such small amounts compared to regular notes. That said they are not always valuable but always have a higher value than regular notes.

I hope that wasn't too confusing.

Anonymous said...

Thanks,
that helped a lot! Don't worry wasn't TOO confusing!
Kidding! Thanks again.

Gabriel Matos said...

Hi I am a Wheres George User/Collector and I wanted to know it this 1963 dollar it got is worn anything.
Thanks

Gabriel Matos said...

I mean if its worn anything Serial # E15231054a
Thanks it is in Good condition

Man said...

1963 dollar E15231054a
Thanks it is in Good condition


About $1.25

kipo said...

I'm embarrassed. The denomination is a $1 One Dollar bill. I have a 1996 star note serial #J01698194*. Does this note have any value?

Man said...

I'm embarrassed. The denomination is a $1 One Dollar bill. I have a 1996 star note serial #J01698194*.

Not sure what you are talking about?
1996 did not have any $1 notes.

Anonymous said...

I have a $1 2006 star note is it worth anything. Thanks

Anonymous said...

I have a New York 2006 Star note B 03576219 circulated but in pretty good shape. Is it worth a dollar.

Man said...

$1 2006 star note about $2.50

$1 New York 2006 Star note B 03576219 circulated about $2.50

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950D $100 bill F/XF condition. Can you please tell me what it is worth?

Man said...

1950D $100 bill F/XF condition about $125.00

Anonymous said...

I actually came across two star notes today while at work. The first one I found was a 2006 $1 with the serial number B 00913157 and I would grade it at Fine. The second star note I came across was a 1963 $100 with the serial number I 00080033. It has some folds and a few small holes so I would classify it around Very Good or Fair. If you could tell me what these would be worth I would appreciate it.

Man said...

Star notes...

2006 $1 with the serial number B 00913157 and I would grade it at Fine about $1.25

1963-A $100 with the serial number I 00080033. It has some folds and a few small holes about $160.00

Anonymous said...

I found $1 note 1995 L57826495 X is it worth anything.

Thanks

Man said...

$1 note 1995 L57826495 X just $1.00, sorry.

Anonymous said...

I found a B 05178644 Star note 2006. Worth anything, Also a L00047023 C 2006 no star.

Thanks

Man said...

B 05178644 Star note 2006. Worth anything, Also a L00047023 C 2006

What denomination?

Anonymous said...

$1 B 05178644 Star Note.
$! L 00047023 C.

Sorry about that.

Man said...

2006
$1 B 05178644 Star Note about $2.50
$1 L 00047023 C about $1.00

Anonymous said...

Hello! I found a couple of star notes and I am wondering how much they are worth.

2004 ten dollar star note GL10410074* in good condition

2001 ten dollar star note CG00170467* in fair condition

1999 ten dollar star note BB02520577* in good condition and the last 7 in the serial number is dropped lower than the rest of the numbers

2004 ten dollar star note GL07636208* in good condition

2003 ten dollar star note DJ00099388* in fair condition

I would have pictures with them but I'm not sure how to get them on here I'm sorry!

Man said...

2004-A ten dollar star note GL10410074* in good condition
About $12.00

2001 ten dollar star note CG00170467* in fair condition
About $15.00

1999 ten dollar star note BB02520577* in good condition and the last 7 in the serial number is dropped lower than the rest of the numbers
About $25.00 for this Turned Digit error

2004-A ten dollar star note GL07636208* in good condition
About $12.00

2003 ten dollar star note DJ00099388* in fair condition
About $15.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 100$ bill 1934a series that's in fair condition with a small scribble mark in black ink next to Franklin's portrait.

When I attempted to purchase something with it it was flagged as counterfiet. A bank manager said It was missing "In God We Trust" on the back side. Any idea about how much it's worth? Serial# G07642819A

Thanks A lot!

Anonymous said...

I found a 2006 Series 5$ bill with the a star serial number IA00126626* Is it worth anything?

Thanks

Man said...

100$ bill 1934a series that's in fair condition with a small scribble mark in black ink next to Franklin's portrait.

When I attempted to purchase something with it it was flagged as counterfiet. A bank manager said It was missing "In God We Trust" on the back side. Any idea about how much it's worth? Serial# G07642819A


The motto "In God We Trust" was not added until 1957. So the guy at the bank is ignorant on this subject.
Older bills often come up as counterfeit since they are older and more worn.

That said I suspect this one is real since heavy counterfeiting did not start until the 80s.

About $115.00 try showing it to a coin dealer or coin club in your area.
Even if counterfeit something this old would still have some value.

Man said...

2006 Series 5$ bill with the a star serial number IA00126626*

About $7.50

Anonymous said...

Hi, I have 5 star notes and I'm wondering what they're worth:
1957 $1 *99721846A
1957 $1 *11100936B
2003A $1 J02335147*
1999 $1 L18423423*
1999 $5 BF18270222*

Thanks

Man said...

1957 $1 *99721846A about $4.00
1957 $1 *11100936B about $4.00
2003A $1 J02335147* about $2.00
1999 $1 L18423423* about $1.25
1999 $5 BF18270222* about $7.50

Anonymous said...

Hello.

I am looking to sell a bunch of my money collection, and I have a question or two. I have never been a serious collector, I would just get what I thought looked cool at the time. I really have no idea what any of my stuff is worth, so I was hoping that you could help me out, so that I don’t get ripped off. I have 10 consecutive uncirculated $1 star notes, that I am wondering the value of. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The info on the dollars are:

$1 Uncirculated condition L01328611* through L01328620*

Is the fact that these star note are consecutive increase the value? Or should I break them up and sell them individually?
Thank you in advance for your help.

Man said...

$1 Uncirculated condition L01328611* through L01328620*

What year?

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh, Im sorry. They are 2001s

Man said...

2001 $1 Uncirculated condition L01328611* - L01328620* about $3.00 each these are common and gains no value because they are consecutive.

Since they are common they are difficult to sell so maybe selling all of them for less than $30 may be your best option.

Anonymous said...

Ive got a 2009 series, JB18925738 A $10 bill Federal Reserve System Uncirculated is it worth saving.

Man said...

2009 series, JB18925738 A $10 bill Federal Reserve System Uncirculated

If you are a collector then it is fine but it will not gain in any real value for 25 years or longer.

Anonymous said...

Series 2001 uncirculated 1 dollar bills. bundle of 100 value.

F05812901*- f05813000*

thanks!!

Man said...

Series 2001 uncirculated 1 dollar bills. bundle of 100 value.

F05812901*- f05813000*


About $2.50 each

Anonymous said...

Series 2001 uncirculated 1 dollar bills. bundle of 100 value.

F05812901*- f05813000*

where could i sell them??

Man said...

where could i sell them??

eBay or if some dealer wants them they'll pay half the value.

Anonymous said...

$50 2004 EG00267910*
$50 2004 EG00267911*
$20 1996 AL00790245*
$20 1996 BL02491098*
$10 1999 BB03010530*-BB03010535*
$10 1999 BB03010513*-BB03010514*
$10 2004 GL03711177*-GL03711179*
$5 1999 BF15515550*
$5 1999 BB01542750*
$5 1999 BC20863350*

all un-circulated

thank you so much!!!

Man said...

all un-circulated...

$50 2004 EG00267910* about $65.00
$50 2004 EG00267911* about $65.00
$20 1996 AL00790245* about $27.00
$20 1996 BL02491098* about $30.00
$10 1999 BB03010530*-BB03010535* about $20.00 each
$10 1999 BB03010513*-BB03010514* about $20.00 each
$10 2004-A GL03711177*-GL03711179* about $50.00 each
$5 1999 BF15515550* about $15.00
$5 1999 BB01542750* about $15.00
$5 1999 BC20863350*??? recheck the BC

Anonymous said...

Sorry! its BE

Man said...

$5 1999 BE20863350* about $15.00

Anonymous said...

any idea on where i could sell them in Utah? im not an EBAY person

Man said...

any idea on where i could sell them in Utah? im not an EBAY person

Unfortunately that is the best place.

You can try join some coin forums and selling them there privately.

Going to a coin dealer will get you less than the listed values.

Yoda said...

I've got a 2003 $5 DL07550172* slightly worn
and a 1974 $1 which been cut almost on "Federal Reserve Note" line.
looks something like this:
http://i1094.photobucket.com/albums/i460/yodafone/photo.jpg

Man said...

2003 $5 DL07550172* slightly worn
About $7.00

1974 $1 which been cut almost on "Federal Reserve Note" line.
About $2.00 for this Minor Faulty Alignment error .

Anonymous said...

$1 crisp 2009 A 05293938 star is it worth anything?

Man said...

$1 crisp 2009 A 05293938 star about $2.50

Anonymous said...

Thank You :) it was my first one LOL

Anonymous said...

$20 1981 A 00130421 * VALUE?

Man said...

$20 1981 A 00130421 * about $30.00 in very-fine

Matthew Laraway said...

I have 3 UC $1 stars notes from the 2006 printing. what are they worth?

Man said...

UC $1 stars notes from the 2006 printing

Depends on serial numbers but average $5.00 each

Anonymous said...

Hiya and Thank you in advance.
Us $20 2006 IG 05533341 star has a very slight fold in the center but otherwise is crisp and clean.

Man said...

Us $20 2006 IG 05533341 star has a very slight fold in the center but otherwise is crisp and clean.

About $35.00

Anonymous said...

I have a ten dollar star note with a serial numbers GG00099125 andis series 2004 it is in fine condition with light folds and a one dollar star notewith the serial nuumbers K01024630 series 2006

Just wondering what their worth

Anonymous said...

Oops I forgot to put a space in the words is and and also note and with


sorry

Man said...

ten dollar star note with a serial numbers GG00099125 andis series 2004 it is in fine condition with light folds
About $25.00 should be a 2004-A

one dollar star notewith the serial nuumbers K01024630 series 2006
About $2.50

Anonymous said...

I have a crispy straight from the bank 1977 $1.00 note with nothing prented on the reverse. Completely blank. No bends, folds, mint condition. Thoughts on value?
Ralph in Myrtle Beach, SC
Thanks
(wasn't sure what profile to use to post)

Man said...

crispy straight from the bank 1977 $1.00 note with nothing prented on the reverse. Completely blank. No bends, folds, mint condition.

Missing Printing error about $650.00.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2006 $1 Star note in crisp condition. What is the value? Serial # K 00426603*

Man said...

2006 $1 Star note in crisp condition. What is the value? Serial # K 00426603*

About $5.00

Anonymous said...

Just picked up a 2001 series $10 dol. denomination star note good condition traded two fives for it. found out the print run is 320,000 figure any premium on the bill is substantially lowered by the excessive circulation. Could it be worth a few bucks over a ten on rarity alone?
serial number is CB00112089* 2001 SERIES "B2"

Man, your the man for answering everyones inquires.. Thank you for your time.

Man said...

2001 series $10 dol. denomination star note good condition traded two fives for it. found out the print run is 320,000 figure any premium on the bill is substantially lowered by the excessive circulation. Could it be worth a few bucks over a ten on rarity alone?
serial number is CB00112089*


About $25.00 as long as there are no tears and the folds aren't damaging.

Anonymous said...

I have a dollar bill serial #J01370915* 2006
It is folded slightly in the middle and just a little wrinkled.

Man said...

a dollar bill serial #J01370915* 2006
It is folded slightly in the middle and just a little wrinkled.


About $2.00

Anonymous said...

Three more star notes:
$1 2001 serial #L01209330*
$1 2003 A serial #J01657305*
$1 2006 serial #J01825994*
Can you tell me their value? I just want to make sure they aren't anything very special before I sell them to my friend.

Man said...

$1 2001 serial #L01209330* about $1.50
$1 2003 A serial #J01657305* about $2.00
$1 2006 serial #J01825994* about $2.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 2006 series 20 dollar bill with the eagle wings going into Andrew hair middle into his hair different from the rest of my 20 dollar bills, and the flower the eagle carrying is touching Andrew ear. I also have other one department of the treasury seal is dark green compared to all the rest of the 20 dollar bills that I have series of 2006.

Man said...

2006 series 20 dollar bill with the eagle wings going into Andrew hair middle into his hair different from the rest of my 20 dollar bills, and the flower the eagle carrying is touching Andrew ear.
--Slight Faulty Alignment error, no extra value.

other one department of the treasury seal is dark green compared to all the rest of the 20 dollar bills that I have series of 2006.
--Slight Ink error also no extra value.

While both are errors they are so common and minor they do not have any value but you have a good eye so keep searching.

Anonymous said...

I have a l969-d penny that been struck over the word GOD look like of copper bt it also looks chip right above where God suppose to be at.

Anonymous said...

I have some 2009 $1 Star notes in perfect condition. Serial #'s A04521901* thru
A04522000*. Are they worth saving.

Thanks

Man said...

1969-d penny with part strike over the word. GOD make the rim thin at the top of the word God suppose to be.

Slight Off-Center or Misaligned error, no extra value.

Man said...

2009 $1 Star notes in perfect condition. Serial #'s A04521901* thru A04522000*

About $10.00 each

Anonymous said...

What is a 1969 $1 star note worth

Man said...

1969 $1 star note depends on serial number but average is $2.00 in very fine

Anonymous said...

Hey Man,
You have to be joking, each one of the 2009 $1 bills are worth 10.00. So my 100.00 dollar envestment could turn into 1,000.00. They are perfect, still have the bank band on them...
Thank you for your knowledge and help, great site, I think you make a lot of people happy. Sir, here a toast to you.
Thanks again

Man said...

You have to be joking, each one of the 2009 $1 bills are worth 10.00. So my 100.00 dollar envestment could turn into 1,000.00. They are perfect, still have the bank band on them...

Perfect notes are the most wanted if graded.

I hope you can sell them on average eBay seller have been have been selling these bank band notes at $325.00, ungraded.

It may be more to sell individually but with the time and effort it is easier to sell as a banded package for less.

Anonymous said...

I got a star note,,first one I ever seen. 2006 series, F 04813462 * . It had one fold when I got it so I dout its worth anything but I wanted to find out. Casey G

Man said...

2006 series, F 04813462 * . It had one fold

Assuming a $1.00 bill about $2.50

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I have a 1988 to $ 1 serie A but no bigger than the other s to $ 1. o Two mat picture varied. width and greater length. compared to $ 1 normally. Who know value of the money collected to view. cards for communications from you. contact please send an email to kenduy98@yahoo.com
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Man said...

1988 to $ 1 serie A but no bigger than the other s to $ 1. o Two mat picture varied. width and greater length. compared to $ 1 normally

Sorry I have no idea what you are asking, please try again.

Anonymous said...

20$
2009
JB00712432*
JB00712433*
JB00712434*
2006
IK00395927*
All are in great shape, no folds, no tears and are still crisp

Man said...

All are in great shape, no folds, no tears and are still crisp

20$
2009
JB00712432* about $35.00
JB00712433* about $35.00
JB00712434* about $35.00
2006
IK00395927* about $35.00

Anonymous said...

Hi there,

A few things I found at work and wanted pricing on (if you could please);

-(nostar, uncirc, in series) 1990 $100 b20011922b + b20011923b

-(crisp, though dogeared on right corners) 2006 $1 k02499685*

-(red note/ink, torn evenly down the right side removing the 2 + visible folds... not the best shape ever) 1953c $2 A76372274A

-clean gold quarter - 2001 Rhode Island

-clean proof quarter - 2003 Illinois

-Are (circulated) Centennial/1971/72/74/77/78 Eisenhower silver dollars worth anything? Does the little D on them make a difference? Some have it and some don't. I have about 70 of them total.

-Circulated 1968 and earlier Kennedy half dollars worth anything? What about the Centennials? One woman at work swears that the Centennials have value @_@

-Circulated 1954 and 1964 (seem to be solid silver I'm guessing) quarters worth anything?

-We also get uncirculated, $2 2003 and/or 2003a, in series, bills at Christmas to give as "gift money" at work; are these really worth much? Probably not for another 20 years right? :P

-Lastly, is it worth me collecting unopened rolls of the new presidential dollars? I bought a few of Lincoln and Grant, but I'm wondering if it's worth the effort to keep them around.

Thanks for your help! <3

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I found a 2004A ten dollar star note and was wondering how much it was worth? Its in very good condition, there are no creases in it and is in all but perfect condition. The serial number is GG00324831*

Thankyou for your help!

Man said...

(nostar, uncirc, in series) 1990 $100 b20011922b + b20011923b
--About $125.00 each

crisp, though dogeared on right corners) 2006 $1 k02499685*
--About $2.50

(red note/ink, torn evenly down the right side removing the 2 + visible folds... not the best shape ever) 1953c $2 A76372274A
--About $2.00

-clean gold quarter - 2001 Rhode Island
--About $0.25 gold-plating is considered damage

-clean proof quarter - 2003 Illinois
--About $1.00 if you meant mint-state because a cleaned coin is a damaged coin.

(circulated) Centennial/1971/72/74/77/78 Eisenhower silver dollars worth anything? Does the little D on them make a difference? Some have it and some don't. I have about 70 of them total.
--Only S would change value.
blank or D they are just $1.00 each

Circulated 1968 and earlier Kennedy half dollars worth anything? What about the Centennials? One woman at work swears that the Centennials have value @_@
--Bicentennial coins have no extra value unless S mintmark.
1968-1970 about $6.00 each
1970-2011 just $0.50

Circulated 1954 and 1964 (seem to be solid silver I'm guessing) quarters worth anything?
--About $7.15 each

We also get uncirculated, $2 2003 and/or 2003a, in series, bills at Christmas to give as "gift money" at work; are these really worth much? Probably not for another 20 years right? :P
--About $5.00 in crisp-uncirculated grade, it will probably stay the same for the next 20 years depending on serial number.

Lastly, is it worth me collecting unopened rolls of the new presidential dollars? I bought a few of Lincoln and Grant, but I'm wondering if it's worth the effort to keep them around.
--These coin turn ugly quickly and mint-state shiny coins will be worth much more in the future. Unfortunately the paper/plastic rolls will tarnish the coins.
So many people have unopened rolls that they hold very little extra value.

Man said...

2004A ten dollar star note and was wondering how much it was worth? Its in very good condition, there are no creases in it and is in all but perfect condition. The serial number is GG00324831*

About $50.00

Anonymous said...

How much is a 100 dollar star note worth from 1963a
B00711968

Man said...

100 dollar star note worth from 1963a
B00711968


About $130.00

Anonymous said...

Was wondering the value of a few notes all are star notes
2006 1$ k02369625
2003a 1$ B07116021
2004a 10$ ga00769583
2004a 10$ gc00037132
2006 20$ if04438157
2006 20$ if05034792
2009 50$ jg01292956
1996 50$ al02548383

Man said...

all are star notes
2006 1$ k02369625 about $2.50
2003a 1$ B07116021 about $2.50
2004a 10$ ga00769583 about $12.50
2004a 10$ gc00037132 ??Recheck GC or GG???
2006 20$ if04438157 about $22.50
2006 20$ if05034792 about $22.50
2009 50$ jg01292956 about $57.50
1996 50$ al02548383 about $60.00

Marshall Neal said...

I have two consecutive $1 series 1988 one with a misalignment error. I imagine that must be kinda rare to have them consecutive, one with and one without an error. I am looking for some insight into how it happened and if it could be worth anything.

I have a picture if you want to send me an email. I don't know how to post a picture on here.
thelovingportrait@gmail.com

Man said...

consecutive $1 series 1988 one with a misalignment error. I imagine that must be kinda rare to have them consecutive, one with and one without an error.

Would need a better description.

Also you cen't post pictures on Blogger comments, yet.

Anonymous said...

Hey rechecked it was a gg serial number on that 2004 ten dollar bill

Man said...

rechecked it was a gg serial number on that 2004 ten dollar bill...
2004a 10$ GG00037132* about $25.00

Anonymous said...

I have a 1969 series D One dollar star note Number E02898671* It appears to be a defect lain flat I can clearly see the backside printing thru the bill in near mint shape? Any Ideas?

Man said...

1969 series D One dollar star note Number E02898671* It appears to be a defect lain flat I can clearly see the backside printing thru the bill in near mint shape?

The slight translucent does not add value, it happens when the back it seeps to the front.
About $4.00

Anonymous said...

K thx I have a lady at the bank that saves me old money, when i dig my 1913 100 she saved for me out will ask ya about it thx

Man said...

when i dig my 1913 100 she saved for me out will ask ya about it thx

Okay.

mike said...

Can you tell me the value of my one dollar star bill which is 2006just and its serial number is B06650489?

Man said...

one dollar star bill which is 2006just and its serial number is B06650489

About $2.50

mike said...

:(

Isabelle said...

2006 D00000001* ---- Can you tell me what is this worth? I found it in my wallet 4 days ago.

It has folds and creases. But no noticeable stains or marks. It's been circulated...still has some crispness in it.

please reply to igiopportunity@aol.com. God bless!

Man said...

2006 D00000001* ---- Can you tell me what is this worth? I found it in my wallet 4 days ago.

It has folds and creases. But no noticeable stains or marks. It's been circulated...still has some crispness in it.


About $1,000.00 although if it grades higher it will quickly go up.

Anonymous said...

Hey was wondering the value of four notes
$20 2004a star note ge 03159579
$100 2006 star note hf00749463
1$ 1923 e13394254b
1$ 1923 e94027498b

Man said...

$20 2004a star note ge 03159579 about $22.00
$100 2006 star note hf00749463 about $125.00
1$ 1923 e13394254b about $35.00
1$ 1923 e94027498b about $35.00

Anonymous said...

2009 $1
g 00574115 *
circulated but no folds or wrinkles or any pen markings. dollar looks brand new with slight ink bleed through on the back under the ONE

Man said...

2009 $1 g 00574115 *
circulated but no folds or wrinkles or any pen markings. dollar looks brand new with slight ink bleed through on the back under the ONE


About $12.50 the Ink Transfer does not add value.

Anonymous said...

what makes that $1 bill so much other than its a star note or is that all?

Man said...

If you mean 2009 $1 G00574115* it is because of the star but also it is a low printing of 640,000.

Another thing is that it's new. Value for most bills begins to drop as more gets graded over time.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2003 Series A Star Note dollar with a serial number of E05651888*. Do you know the value of it?

Man said...

2003 Series A Star Note dollar with a serial number of E05651888*

About $1.50

Anonymous said...

I have 25 of the 1977 series star $1.00 bills in sequence beginning with serial number J56592451A which are together in a little pad much like a post it note pad where you peel them off one at a time. Brookside State Bank sold them back then and I've kept them all these years, uncirculated and in perfect condition. What do you think they are worth?

Man said...

25 of the 1977 series star $1.00 bills in sequence beginning with serial number J56592451A which are together in a little pad much like a post it note pad where you peel them off one at a time. Brookside State Bank sold them back then and I've kept them all these years, uncirculated and in perfect condition.

About $4.00 each as long as the glue did not damage them and can be taken off easily.

Anonymous said...

I have 6 series 1976 star $2.00 bills which have been circulated, one series star 1957A Silver Certificate dollar(circulated), and a Series 1963B star dollar (circulated), and a 1977 series star dollar (circulated). Can you please tell me their worth?

Man said...

A lot depends on serial number but I'll assume the most common...

1976 star $2.00 bills which have been circulated about $6.00 each
one series star 1957A Silver Certificate dollar(circulated) about $4.00
Series 1963B star dollar (circulated) about $5.00
1977 series star dollar (circulated) about $2.50

Anonymous said...

2003 a series $100 FH00171448

Anonymous said...

2003-a series $100 FH00171448 star note. sorry about last post forgot to mention it has a star

Man said...

2003-a series $100 FH00171448 star note about $125.00

Anonymous said...

Hey got a kinda long list here and any help would be appreciated. All are in circulated condition

Star notes:

2003A $1
C01790546
C02324777
C03130989
E04118500
E04188559
F01501639
F10749334
F15134160
F15296947
J00328933

2006 $1
B01241798
B02164142
B02644442
B03443307
B05235535
D00130738
F05598324
G05187721
G05221347

2009 $1
B00031124
B00031125
B03530814

2009 $20
IF04944996

Not star notes:
1950 series A $20 B03677140
1934 series C $20 B42295011B

Circulated:
1959 proof penny
1962 proof nickel
1979 S proof quarter
2001 S proof north carolina quarter
2002 S proof louisiana quarter
2003 D proof arkansas quarter
1936 Buffalo nickel
Two buffalo nickels worn down without date

Man said...

All are in circulated condition

Star notes:

2003A $1
C01790546 about $2.50
C02324777 about $2.50
C03130989 about $2.50
E04118500 about $1.50
E04188559 about $1.50
F01501639 about $1.25
F10749334 about $1.25
F15134160 about $1.25
F15296947 about $1.25
J00328933 about $2.00

2006 $1
B01241798 about $2.50
B02164142 about $2.50
B02644442 about $2.50
B03443307 about $2.50
B05235535 about $2.50
D00130738 about $12.50
F05598324 about $2.50
G05187721 about $2.50
G05221347 about $2.50

2009 $1
B00031124 about $2.50
B00031125 about $2.50
B03530814 about $12.50

2006 $20
IF04944996 about $22.50

Not star notes:
1950 series A $20 B03677140 about $22.50
1934 series C $20 B42295011B about $30.00

Circulated:
1959 proof penny about $0.30
1962 proof nickel about $0.15
1979 S proof quarter about $0.30
2001 S proof north carolina quarter about $0.50
2002 S proof louisiana quarter about $0.40
2003 D proof arkansas quarter ??not possible??
1936 Buffalo nickel about $1.00
Two buffalo nickels worn down without date about $0.50 each

Circulated proofs lose all their value.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the extremely quick response. If i were to sell the star notes, would it be more beneficial to sell them all together in a lot or individually? Also where would I sell them? I'm guessing ebay would be the best choice?

As for the proof arkansas quarter, it is probably just polished, it looked a little off to me

Man said...

If i were to sell the star notes, would it be more beneficial to sell them all together in a lot or individually? Also where would I sell them? I'm guessing ebay would be the best choice?

All of what you listed would not sell well.
But if your great at eBay then try there butto get the most value save for 20 years or spend them on silver.

Anonymous said...

Appreciate it, any good places online for silver?

Man said...

Appreciate it, any good places online for silver?

The U.S. Mint , Canada mint but for silver best bet is to go to local pawn shops and coin dealers because you get current prices.

Online tends to overcharge since the price is rising so fast. Again unless your good on eBay.

Anonymous said...

Will try on ebay and let you know how things turn out, thanks

Man said...

Will try on ebay and let you know how things turn out, thanks

Good luck.

Anonymous said...

Took your advice and sold the 1934 and 1950 $20s for 25 each and got rid of my eisenhower and half dollars that were lying around and bought a few silver ounces today as it seemed pretty low, hopefully it will turn out to be a better investment

Man said...

sold the 1934 and 1950 $20s for 25 each and got rid of my eisenhower and half dollars that were lying around and bought a few silver ounces today as it seemed pretty low, hopefully it will turn out to be a better investment

Silver should bottom out at $30 then go back up. Now is the best time to buy as an investment anyone looking for quick turnovers will be disappointed.

Good luck, buying a few dollars in "junk silver coins" is also a good way to collect coins and have safer investments.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Could you please let me know the prices for the following bills:

$500.00 1934A B00346521A perfect shape
$1.00 1957 B00938310B Silver Cert also perfect.

Thanks

Man said...

$500.00 1934A B00346521A perfect shape about $2,500.00
$1.00 1957 B00938310B Silver Cert also perfect. about $225.00

Anonymous said...

Looked into some junk silver coins and had an opportunity to buy about 5 ounces at $23 so i had to jump on it. Im going to try and get as much as i can while the price is still low, it actually dropped to as low as 26 an ounce today but went back up to 28 and then 30. Any idea to the expected value of silver in a few years?

Man said...

Any idea to the expected value of silver in a few years?

High, even if the economy fully recovers silver is still an industrial metal so a horrible or thriving economy will boost silver values.

In between times like now will have jumping up and down every few days.

The next big overvaluation should come close to the 2012 false-Mayan prediction of the end of days. Expect $50 or higher for a short time.

Anonymous said...

Back to 50 or higher by next year would be awesome. Do you think it may drop a lot more below 30 for now or stay pretty much around there?

Man said...

Do you think it may drop a lot more below 30 for now or stay pretty much around there?

I don't expect much of a drop. It should because ever second it drops under $30 the buyer and speculators run it up quickly.

The biggest factors are natural or man-made disasters and luckily we are quiet but I expect late 2012 to be more extreme.

Tany said...

I would to know if my 5 dollar star note bill worth anything? Serial number CL 01014236 and my 10 dollar star note serial number BD 00969551

Man said...

5 dollar star note Serial number CL 01014236 about $7.50
10 dollar star note serial number BD 00969551 about $15.00

Tany said...

Do they have to be on a really good condition?

Man said...

Do they have to be on a really good condition?

Yes, a few minor folds are fine but it should look and feel almost to get the values quoted.

If very folded and looks highly circulated then it basically has just face value.
Both had slightly high printings for star notes so they will not go up in value for a long time (25+ years).

Tany said...

I think they both dont valued to much cuzz both are verry used

Tany said...

Do you only help with the star notes bill?

Man said...

Do you only help with the star notes bill?

I can help with all types of notes, coins, and foreign money.

Tany said...

I have a 5 dollar bill red seal 1963 serial number A 42216794 A
And 26 silver dimes from 1948_1964
And some silver quarter from 1947_1964

Man said...

5 dollar bill red seal 1963 serial number A 42216794 A about $12.00

26 silver dimes from 1948_1964
--About $2.25 each except for
1949-S and 1950-S are about $3.50 each

silver quarter from 1947_1964
--About $5.50 each except for
1949 is about $8.00

Tany said...

Thank u so much for your help, but last question i found a wheat penny 1915 s

Man said...

wheat penny 1915 s about $20.00 in low grade

Tany said...

I found two rolls of wheat penny in my till ,, iam a cashier fast food rest..1925 s _1954 s not all in order some of them have a (d) the 1943 are different any idea how much are they

Tany said...

1942 dime no mint mark

Man said...

rolls of wheat penny in my till ,, iam a cashier fast food rest..1925 s _1954 s not all in order some of them have a (d) the 1943

1925-S about $0.75
Most are about $0.15 each except for...
1926-S about $9.00
1931-S about $110.00 in low grade

1943-D about $0.35

Man said...

1942 dime no mint mark about $2.25

Anonymous said...

Do special/unique serial numbers carry a value? Such as a 2006 $1 B 70706060 B ?

Man said...

Do special/unique serial numbers carry a value? Such as a 2006 $1 B 70706060 B ?

Yes they are known as Fancy Notes.
If this on is crisp-uncirculated it's about $10.00 if lower grade then about $2.00

Anonymous said...

Interesting to know, anything to look for particularly when looking for these or just look for something unusual for the serial number?

Man said...

Interesting to know, anything to look for particularly when looking for these or just look for something unusual for the serial number?

For Fancy Notes or Fancy Numbers there are many varieties. Here is a great link explain them, after that click on FOR SALE to see the retail values.

Link: iccurrency

Anonymous said...

Interesting read, going to keep my eye out for them. thanks for your help

Tany said...

Star note FF 01807952 5 dollar bill

Man said...

Star note FF 01807952 5 dollar bill about $10.00

Tany said...

100 star note bill, serial number HL 18741286

Man said...

100 star note bill, serial number HL 18741286 about $115.00

Tany said...

Star note EG 03327469 is a 20 dollar bill

Man said...

Star note EG 03327469 is a 20 dollar bill about $22.00

Tany said...

I want to know if this is a fancy serial number D00600016 A

Tany said...

1 dollar star note serial number L 05599222

Man said...

if this is a fancy serial number D00600016 A
--Not really, it should hold no extra value unless in perfect condition.

1 dollar star note serial number L 05599222
--What year?

Tany said...

2006

Man said...

2006 1 dollar star note serial number L 05599222

About $1.25

Anonymous said...

Hey, did some searching for those fancy notes and found a brand new uncirculated 2009 $1 bill, serial A77033077A, any clue to the value?

Also, I have a bunch of buffalo nickels that are undated, have you had any experience with nic-a-date or vinegar to bring out the date or should i stay away from them?

Man said...

brand new uncirculated 2009 $1 bill, serial A77033077A, any clue to the value?
--About $40.00 for this radar note.

buffalo nickels that are undated, have you had any experience with nic-a-date or vinegar to bring out the date or should i stay away from them?
--Nic-a-date works well.
Vinegar not good.
Either one is detectable if you plan on grading and will ruin the value, but if it's just for personal use then try nic-a-date.

Anonymous said...

Awesome, any clue on where to sell the note?

as for the buffalos, would there be any reason not to use the nic-a-date? it seems like the value of the nickel cannot really go down as it is already dateless, possibly only up if it is a key or harder to find date?

Man said...

Awesome, any clue on where to sell the note?
--eBay, coin/currency forums, or ...
Link of a buyer I never used them so be cautious.

as for the buffalos, would there be any reason not to use the nic-a-date? it seems like the value of the nickel cannot really go down as it is already dateless, possibly only up if it is a key or harder to find date?
--True if it is a key date it still can have some value but the chance of that is slim.
Nic-a-date is still a mild acid and that is damaging to a coin, even at this low grade.
So unless your obsessed with keeping coins pure then go ahead.

Not that my opnion matters but I would not use it or buy a coin that someone else did. But I do not get upset when others use it.

Anonymous said...

Your opinion is appreciated. I have about 300 dateless buffalo nickels that a coin dealer near me would buy for 25 cents a piece, I will have to see if he would still take them if I were to use it on them. If so I will probably try it to see what dates might come up on a few. I will try looking at a few forums and see what my bill might go for.

Man said...

I have about 300 dateless buffalo nickels that a coin dealer near me would buy for 25 cents a piece, I will have to see if he would still take them if I were to use it on them. If so I will probably try it to see what dates might come up on a few. I will try looking at a few forums and see what my bill might go for.

Good luck, $0.25 per coin sounds fine, plus less work.

Anonymous said...

I have a pack (100) $1 bills - all crisp - brand new - all star notes - is this a good thing? Are they worth more than $100? Please let me know - thanks

Man said...

pack (100) $1 bills - all crisp - brand new - all star notes

I would need to know at least the first serial number. Also the year 2004, 2004-A, 2006?

Anonymous said...

2009 A05872101

Man said...

pack (100) $1 bills - all crisp - brand new - all star notes 2009 A05872101

About $2.00 each

Anonymous said...

thanks !

J. Alderman said...

Hello, I got a 5 dollar bill star note from 2006 with the serial number IA00167970* do you think its worth more than 5 bucks?

Man said...

5 dollar bill star note from 2006 with the serial number IA00167970*

About $7.50

J. Alderman said...

cool thanx love the blog

Anonymous said...

Found a $10 1985 B39140539I note and a $20 1981 L27936532C , worth holding or should i spend? thank you

Man said...

$10 1985 B39140539I just $10.00
$20 1981 L27936532C just $20.00

Assuming very-fine, just use them.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your help with the 1980s notes, I ended up spending them and got these coins. Wondering if you could help with the value, thanks
1799 Britannia Georgius III Gratia Rex Half Penny
1806 Britannia Georgius III D:G.Rex. Half Penny
1837 Britannia Gulielmus IIII Dei Gratia Half Penny

1845 Braided Hair large cent penny

Also an 1848 seated liberty half dime, appears in pretty good condition however it looks as is someone tried to drill a hole near the top rim but did not go all the way through

Thanks again

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