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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?
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
Date Printed: August 2009
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.