Wednesday, March 21, 2012

2006 $1 Star Note K-*

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

See what happens when you buy a pack of Entenmann's Frosted Raspberry Donuts at the supermarket. First you get some slightly moist less than par donuts. Second you get a star note in your change because you chose to use cash. Although next time I will go back to there Cinnamon Crunch Loaf.

Back to the note before this tuns into a foodie's blog.


Halfway through March and my finds are falling behind recent years. Usually I would have well over a dozen interesting finds but I am not even up to ten. Again this was predictable since my use of cash has reached Swedish levels. This note was a nice find since I have been making an extra effort to look for odd notes. I mean might as well triple check my money since I hardly use it.

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $1 Star Note Fort Worth / Dallas
Year: 2006
Printings: 3,200,000
Printed: January 2010
Run: 1st and only from K00000001* - K03200000*
Value: $2.50 VF(this one is less)

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.

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

Tyler Lawrence said...

It's been a while since I have gotten a star note.

2012 started strong for me, but I have been finding less and less finds lately. It'll probably pick up, especially when it's 80 degrees in March!

Man said...

2012 started strong for me, but I have been finding less and less finds lately. It'll probably pick up, especially when it's 80 degrees in March!

That will be tomorrow for here.

Anonymous said...

how much is a 1928 wheat cent in good condition worth?

and a :

1986 canadian silver dollar
1980 silver dollar
1984p jfk half dollar
east caribbean states 1989 25 cent coin

Man said...

1928 wheat cent in good condition about $0.20

1986 canadian silver dollar just $1.00
1980 silver dollar just $1.00
1984p jfk half dollar just $0.50
east caribbean states 1989 25 cent coin just $0.25

Quynten said...

wow that sux ok thanks for the help tho :)

Quynten said...

ok how about a:

sacagewea 2002 dollar
blank D and S

Man said...

sacagewea 2002 dollar
blank D and S


Assuming a high mint state,
Blank about $4.00
D about $4.00
S about $18.00

Lower than mint state just divide by 4.

Papa Grande said...

Hi Man,

I have found a 100 dollar bill star note from 1934 that doesn't say "In God we Trust" on it. It has a serial number starting with 000. I am curious about the value. Thanks in Advance!

Man said...

100 dollar bill star note from 1934 that doesn't say "In God we Trust" on it. It has a serial number starting with 000

Not enough information I would need the full serial number and letter.

That said on average about $200.00

Anonymous said...

I have two one-dollar series 2006 Federal Reserve Bank notes of St Louis MO, with consecutive series numbers. These notes have the reverses impression of a Lincoln five-dollar bill on the reverse, minus the seals, serial numbers, signatures and such. The notes are in UNC condition. It would be of great help if you could let me know the value. Please find the link to the picture below
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/269/userrorbills.jpg/

Man said...

one-dollar series 2006 Federal Reserve Bank notes of St Louis MO, with consecutive series numbers. These notes have the reverses impression of a Lincoln five-dollar bill on the reverse, minus the seals, serial numbers, signatures and such. The notes are in UNC condition.

The last known offset involve different denomination was a $1 and $5 from 1981. I never saw the auction but it would be several thousands.

Many are faked but the few found are so rare I think a new one would be at least $3,000 possibly much more just for one. It has to be verified.

This is a very rare error.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for clarifying. How can I verify the same? Is there a certifying agency?

Man said...

How can I verify the same? Is there a certifying agency?

PCGS.com you can get it graded there for a fee.

They also have a Certified Dealers list and there maybe one in your area that can see it in hand and help.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for the help!I shall verify the banknote.

Anonymous said...

I don't know much about bills...but I have one that is printed low on the front. It has a larger space at the top and barely any on the bottom. The back has slightly more space on top then the bottom. When I went to see if it had any value I saw the comments about star dollars and realized this was a stared bill. Any guess what kind of value? it is from 2003.

Man said...

I don't know much about bills...but I have one that is printed low on the front. It has a larger space at the top and barely any on the bottom. The back has slightly more space on top then the bottom.
--Minor Faulty Alignment error. no extra value unless you see a bit of another bill.

realized this was a stared bill. Any guess what kind of value? it is from 2003.
--What denomination? What serial number?

bdirisio said...

I have a 1977 $1 bill with a small slice of the front printed on the back. It was circulated, but has been in a book for 25 years. Any idea of its value?

Man said...

1977 $1 bill with a small slice of the front printed on the back. It was circulated,

Partial Offset Printing about $15.00

bdirisio said...

Thanks much!

Andrea said...

I have a page of uncut $20 star notes. 4 on the page, they are series 2004a. I have no clue where they were made. There are 4 serial numbers, GA 00008590 GA 00020590 GA 00032590 and GA 00044590 there is also am A1 underneath the serial code up top. Any idea how much that is worth?

Man said...

uncut $20 star notes. 4 on the page, they are series 2004a. I have no clue where they were made. There are 4 serial numbers, GA 00008590 GA 00020590 GA 00032590 and GA 00044590

About $160.00

Andrea said...

Thanks so much! I also have $1, $5, and $10. All came in a set. This helps.

Man said...

I also have $1, $5, and $10.

Generally the new ones 2001 and later are just 2x face value.

Anonymous said...

I'm wondering how much my circulated series 1950 $10 bill star note is worth? Serial # D 09082471

What is the range in value?

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I'm wondering if there is any value to a series 1950 C $10 dollar star note. Serial # D 09082471

If it does have value, what is the range?

Thanks!

Man said...

1950 C $10 dollar star note. Serial # D 09082471

About $75.00 in very-fine.

Were this bill nearly perfect it is about $300.00.

Anonymous said...

Star Note Value

$1

F05446103
K0261266
F0428918
L06251007

All 2006

$1

F06498315
2001

$20 1934 Washington DC Series?

C24652427A

Thanks s ton for about the 10th time.

Ps. Id donate at this point

Man said...

Star Note Value

$1 All 2006

F05446103 about $2.50
K0261266 about $2.50
F0428918 about $2.50
L06251007 about $1.25

$1 F06498315 2001 about $1.25

$20 1934 C24652427A about $25.00

Jon said...

Star note value for:
Fifty dollar bill- series 1934 serial number D00125751
Twenty dollar bill- series 2006 serial number IE02094018
Twenty dollar bill- series 2004 serial number EC01122632
Five dollar bill- series 2006 serial number IF01981462

Thanks a bunch!

Jon said...

Oh snap! I forgot to put that those are all stars! Sorry.

Man said...

Star note value for:
Fifty dollar bill- series 1934-C serial number D00125751 about $350.00
Twenty dollar bill- series 2006 serial number IE02094018 about $22.00
Twenty dollar bill- series 2004 serial number EC01122632 about $22.00

Jon said...

Thank you so much!
I also have a 1934 fifty dollar bill serial number F03656264A. It is not a star but I didn't know if it was worth anything for its old date.
Thank you again!

Man said...

1934-B fifty dollar bill serial number F03656264A about $125.00

Jon said...

Plan you tell me the prices for-
1957 one dollar bill serial code B99408674A
1963 A two dollar bill serial code A 15531657A
Thank you very much!

Man said...

1957 one dollar bill serial code B99408674A about $2.50
1963 A two dollar bill serial code A 15531657A about $7.00

Jon said...

Thanl you so much for helping me in the past few days!
I have one more..
A star note, five dollar bill series 2006 with a serial code IF01981462*
Thanks again!

Man said...

five dollar bill series 2006 with a serial code IF01981462*

About $7.00

Anonymous said...

A hundred dollar bill from series 2006 with serial number HL18258419* L12. How much would this be worth???

Man said...

hundred dollar bill from series 2006 with serial number HL18258419*

About $105.00

Ariel said...

TWENTY DOLLAR BILL series 2006, serial number IE00968240* E5. How much would that be?

Man said...

TWENTY DOLLAR BILL series 2006, serial number IE00968240* about $22.00

Jon said...

50 dollar bill series 1996 serial number AL00914662*
Thanks again!

Man said...

50 dollar bill series 1996 serial number AL00914662* about $55.00

Amanda said...

Hello,

I'd like to know what the value is of my 1935F Silver Certificate. It is in great condition and still crisp. It has the blue seal and a star in the serial number.

*02015461G

Thank you,

Amanda

Man said...

1935F Silver Certificate. It is in great condition and still crisp. It has the blue seal and a star in the serial number.

*02015461G


About $15.00 in crisp.

joseph blowdowski said...

I hope I am doing this right this is all new to me.
A real GREENBACK

Here is a $1.00 bill I received recently. The back has an overall greenish tint. I scanned it next to normal bill. I’ve seen this on other bills in the past. Is this a mistake? Or has something happened to the bill to cause this?
https://picasaweb.google.com/116384064506656883098/20120627?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCMqAu6aznpiUDg&feat=directlink

Man said...

Here is a $1.00 bill I received recently. The back has an overall greenish tint.

The link worked great and the picture is clear.

That said this is common, greenish tint can happen if the bill was washed or exposed to water or solvent at any point.

It has no extra value.

joseph blowdowski said...

Thanks, I was just wondering how it happened. I have some other interesting bills I will try to find and post for your opinion. Thanks again very interesting site!

Man said...

I was just wondering how it happened.

If it is crisp from a bank roll it probably happened during printing. A solvent is used to clean the printing machines and when the next bills get printed some of the solvent gets on them.

Only if the Ink Smear is thick and alters the design will it have value.

Also it could have been done after printing, if it fell in water or went through the laundry.

jonathan said...

I have $20 bill that is a star note from 1977 series. Serial number is F 01253699*. The bill is in good shape,not crinkled. Is it of any value?

Man said...

$20 bill that is a star note from 1977 series. Serial number is F 01253699*. The bill is in good shape,not crinkled.

About $25.00

Anonymous said...

Ok! I just got these 3 extra fine $20 bills Series 1950 A and one has a star by the serial number. The other two 20's don't.

G 02108197*
I 12479608 A
l26094939 B

What do you think they go for in pretty good condition? Circulated but good.

Man said...

$20 bills Series 1950 A and one has a star by the serial number. The other two 20's don't

G 02108197* about $50.00
I 12479608 A about $30.00
l26094939 B ???recheck the serial number??

Anonymous said...

The last one is an L 26094939 B ...sorry must've done a lower case.

Man said...

$20 bills Series 1950 A and one has a star by the serial number. The other two 20's don't

L 26094939 B about $25.00

Anonymous said...

All these bills are circulated- 2006 1$ K series Serial number K 00105461 star. 2009 1$ D 24610179 B the nine in the top serial # is lower then all the numbers in the bottom serial # which are all in line. the top serial # is all in line exceept for the last 9 is lower. Also was wondering if bills with the same letter on each side of the serial number are worth anything and if bills missing FW are worth anything and worth keeping? I also have a 1995 B 1$ B 94838285 E missing FW and it also has a red square and in square it has a S 10 its condition is rough but everything is still readable. It also has a robert E rubin signature. Also a 2003 series but under the 2003 their is a A with john w. snow sig. Also if the bill is a B bill but in the serial number it start with a different letter is that a bill worth value. I collect different coin and just started on bills and the way i collect i like to know the value at the time and keep up on their value.

Man said...

2006 1$ K series Serial number K 00105461 star
--About $2.50

2009 1$ D 24610179 B the nine in the top serial # is lower
--About $5.00 for this Turned Digit error

Also was wondering if bills with the same letter on each side of the serial number are worth anything and if bills missing FW are worth anything and worth keeping?
--No and no.

1995 B 1$ B 94838285 E missing FW and it also has a red square and in square it has a S 10 its condition is rough but everything is still readable. It also has a robert E rubin signature.
--No FW means it was printed in DC not Fort Worth(FW) no extra value, the red is a bank overstamp, no extra value.

2003 series but under the 2003 their is a A with john w. snow sig.
--The A means it is a 2003-A series and was modified from the 2003 series.

if the bill is a B bill but in the serial number it start with a different letter is that a bill worth value
--No.

SubTonikPenny said...

even if the B is at the end of the serial number

Man said...

even if the B is at the end of the serial number

That is just part of the serial number and has no extra value for that note.

SubTonikPenny said...

Do you by chance no any sites that give up to date price listings of US error coins and currency?Error's and Regular circulation price listings are what i'm looking for.

Man said...

Do you by chance no any sites that give up to date price listings of US error coins and currency?

No, errors are very subjective. It depends a lot on eye appeal so no site can give accurate up to date info.

That said PCGS has a great price guide and they list the most common varieties.

http://www.pcgs.com/prices/

SubTonikPenny said...

Thanks man for taking the time to respond. Also I have a penny that looks like their is a 5 in lincons hair has anyone heard of this? I have look at a lot of pennies and have never seen this in the hair. I have it on 2 pennies which are from different rolls.

Man said...

a penny that looks like their is a 5 in lincons hair has anyone heard of this?

No.

Sounds like a Die Clash or just damage, no extra value.

Still if you can take a good picture and place online somewhere and link it here I can make sure.

SubTonikPenny said...

I'm not home right now but if your wouldn't mind emailing me so we can discuss this more that would be awesome I have a few and Its not noticable unless magnified I have one that you can totally see the number 5 in the hair almost like another coin under it But I usually look for almost uncirculated coins this just caught my eye cause I dont see this in any other pennies and I have sets from 1909-present. I would really like to talk threw email if we find something then i will post on forum here. Please let me know if you dont have access to my email address.

Man said...

Please let me know if you dont have access to my email address.

I do not.

Man said...

Got it and deleted it.

SubTonikPenny said...

Send me a email and we can go from there. I have a lot to talk about Then once i get home I can scan them and send you pictures of what i have cause i have a few coin that have multiple mint marks and they aren't where the mint mark is supposed to be. I have a D penny with a S stamped under lincoln and they are both readable. I thought it was just dirt but its not its an S for sure really thin S. Sorry forum users I know this is off topic i apologize

Anonymous said...

2006 * note- j00268744*
2006* note- g01234429*

Anonymous said...

Sorry that last comment is about $1 bills

Man said...

$1.00 bills...
2006* note- j00268744* about $15.00
2006* note- g01234429* about $2.50

Teresa said...

I have a 1969 D $1.00 bill that is missing the leftfront green seal as well as the serial numbers. The serial number on the right side is F73267319D. Any Idea on the value. E-mail is howland61@yahoo.com...

Man said...

1969 D $1.00 bill that is missing the leftfront green seal as well as the serial numbers. The serial number on the right side is F73267319D.

--Sounds like a Partial Missing Overprint or Misaligned Overprint, they start at $250.00 but this needs to be seen in hand.

Myles Johnson said...

I have a blue seal 1935-F Silver Certificate $1 bill. What's it worth or how do I determine its worth?

Man said...

1935-F Silver Certificate $1 bill

Just let me know the serial number and if the note is new or circulated.

Myles Johnson said...

Z19384001I - Circulated

Man said...

1935-F Silver Certificate $1 bill.
Z19384001I - Circulated

About $4.00 unfortunately this is one of the common notes.

The rare ones are B71640001J or higher.

Myles Johnson said...

I also have a 1929 penny (mint mark D). Are they worth anything?

Man said...

1929 penny (mint mark D) about $0.40 in good which is a low circulated grade.

Myles Johnson said...

Is there any special value to a 1956 Canadian nickel?

Myles Johnson said...

Or a 2009 Capitol Construction penny?

Man said...

1956 Canadian nickel about $0.15 in fine.

2009 Capitol Construction penny just $0.01

Myles Johnson said...

I doubt it's anything special, but what about a 1976 2 dollar bill (serial number E18838375A)?

Man said...

1976 2 dollar bill (serial number E18838375A just $2.00

Myles Johnson said...

Does a 2009 Zachary Taylor $1 coin have special value?

Man said...

2009 Zachary Taylor $1 coin just $1.00 unless the edge has an S mint mark.

Myles J. said...

Does a 1969 (mint mark S) nickel have special value?

Man said...

1969 (mint mark S) nickel just $0.05 in circulated condition.

Myles J. said...

Are pennies with S mint marks special?

Myles J. said...

Or 1936 pennies?

Man said...

Are pennies with S mint marks special?
--Sometimes, bu8t still many are common.

Or 1936 pennies?
--Common about $0.15 in low grade and all mint marks.

Myles J. said...

Are there special years for S marks?

Man said...

Are there special years for S marks?

1931-S and usually anything before 1915.

Myles J. said...

I have a few old pennies - 1934, 1944, 1945, 1949, 1941.

Man said...

pennies - circulated
1934 about $0.15
1944, 1945, 1949, 1941 about $0.10 each

Myles J. said...

How about 1956, 1953, and 1940 pennies?

Man said...

pennies
1956, 1953, about $0.05 each
1940 about $0.10

Myles J. said...

Is a 2004 Peace Medal nickel just 5 cents?

Man said...

Is a 2004 Peace Medal nickel just 5 cents?

Yes, just $0.05.

Anonymous said...

Or a 1954 nickel?

Myles J. said...

Or a 1954 nickel?

Man said...

Or a 1954 nickel?

About $0.10

Myles J. said...

A 1959 penny?

Man said...

1959 penny about $0.03

Myles J. said...

What is the value of a circulated 1867-1967 Canadian centennial dove penny?

Man said...

circulated 1867-1967 Canadian centennial dove penny

About $0.03

Myles J. said...

Do 2009 Log Splitter or Log Cabin pennies have value?

Man said...

2009 Log Splitter or Log Cabin pennies just $0.01 each

Myles J. said...

Do pennies from the 60s have value?

Man said...

Do pennies from the 60s have value?

Not really, about $0.03 each.
1960 small date has a little extra value about $0.15 in low grade.

Anonymous said...

I have a 2003A star note dollar bill, but only in Fine condition starting with a B?

Man said...

2003A star note dollar bill, but only in Fine condition starting with a B

Depends on full serial number.

Anonymous said...

Sorry the 2003A has serial B07910037*

Man said...

$1 2003A B07910037* about $1.25 in fine

Unfortunately this was the most common of the 2003-A B-* notes.

Anonymous said...

Oh that's alright I'm just glad I finally found a star note. Thank you for the response!

Anonymous said...

when looking at serial numbers what would you say is considered a "high" or "low" serial number? Would it only have to have the first three numbers as 9s or 0s respectively or does it have to be even lower? I'm just wondering what would be worth keeping in a collection

Man said...

when looking at serial numbers what would you say is considered a "high" or "low" serial number?
--High is anything 96000000 or higher
Low is anything 00001000 or lower
in my opinion

Would it only have to have the first three numbers as 9s or 0s respectively or does it have to be even lower?
--I say lower because they are still common.

I'm just wondering what would be worth keeping in a collection

--Keep high quality notes and always try to get a lower note.
As for high serial numbers these are not really collectible but if you like them it is up to you.

Brandon said...

I have a star note that has it's top right star fully colored green without the usual hole in the middle. Think it's worth anything?

Man said...

a star note that has it's top right star fully colored green without the usual hole in the middle.

Minor Ink error does not add value.

Brandon said...

http://i.ebayimg.com/t/MATCHING-ERROR-STAR-1-CU-2-Dollar-Bills-Reserve-Notes-Series-1999-2003-A-/00/s/MTAyNFg3NDQ=/z/GIAAAOxyaTxRLT0t/$T2eC16V,!ykE9s7tw28lBRLT0tW41w~~60_57.JPG

How about this star note with a matching 2 dollar bill that has its top left reserve number printed partially over the position number? (I am not sure if the picture is going to show up because I've never put a picture up on a blog before)

Man said...

How about this star note with a matching 2 dollar bill that has its top left reserve number printed partially over the position number?

Picture is clear and nice.

The Minor Misaligned Overprint error it should be about $15.00 and the matching serial numbers are not perfect, meaning the letters F-A, L-* are not matching so I would not add extra value for that. Around $20.00 for the set seems fair.

Myles J. said...

Is the $1 bill serial number G27717720D uncommon?

Man said...

$1 bill serial number G27717720D uncommon?

Not a true radar note so it is common with no extra value.

That said I've seen similar notes on sale on eBay.

Brandon said...

How about this radar note on Ebay with the same error as the star note I mentioned? PLUS the bottom left reserve number is printed partially on the denomination portrait.(I know the letters don't match though.)

http://www.ebay.com/itm/RADAR-PRINT-ERROR-1-Dollar-Bill-Federal-Reserve-Note-Series-1977-CU-/140922484608?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item20cfa27780

Man said...

How about this radar note...

A Minor Misaligned Overprint error, looks to be CU with the radar about $40.00. The shift is very minor.

Still at $25 it is fair as it would need to be graded to get the full value.

Brandon said...

I know I'm asking about a bunch of notes, and I do have many more beyond the ones that I am asking about, so I just wanted to thank you for helping me determine the value of the ones I've asked about so far and for the ones to come. But here's yet another one for ya!(I don't have a picture of this one):

2003 Atlanta Reserve Star note crisp uncirculated with the bookend repeating serial number F04340434*

Man said...

2003 Atlanta Reserve Star note crisp uncirculated with the bookend repeating serial number F04340434*

About $50.00 possibly more since the repeat is is nicer than most.

No problem with the assist but Fancy notes buyer tend to a bit more wild than my conservative estimates. Certain buyers go crazy and are willing to overspend for these, which is good if you are selling. The serious collectors tend to get annoyed with fancy notes.

Brandon said...

Awesome! Oh and I also forgot to mention that I have 9 of its consecutive notes F04340431* Through F04340440*. Add any more value?

Man said...

I have 9 of its consecutive notes F04340431* Through F04340440*

The others are about $5.00 each and as a set it does not add value.

Myles J. said...

Do American Samoa or Guam quarters have value?

Man said...

Do American Samoa or Guam quarters have value?

Just $0.25 each if circulated.

Myles J. said...

I don't suppose buffalo nickels are any different?

Man said...

I don't suppose buffalo nickels are any different?

Not sure what you mean.

That said all buffalo nickels have extra value even without a readable date.

Most are $2.00 in low grade, many are worth hundreds in higher grades.

Myles J. said...

2009-D specifically?

Man said...

2009-D specifically?

--No, these have no extra value if circulated.

Myles J. said...

How about 2005-D & 2005-P?

Man said...

How about 2005-D & 2005-P?

Just face value.

Myles J. said...

I thought you said all buffalo nickels have extra value?

Man said...

I thought you said all buffalo nickels have extra value?

They do from 1913-1938.

What you are describing are modern American Bison nickels.

Myles J. said...

Thank you for all your responses.

Brandon said...

How much do you think these $20 and $10 star radar notes are worth?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Tough-20-Star-Radar-AL05744750-VF-/370794068958?_trksid=p2047675.l2557&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEWNX%3AIT&nma=true&si=dvy4PEvXC1usDQLl6ePgfHqWMxs%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Scarce-10-1995-Star-Radar-01766710-XF-/370794067908?_trksid=p2047675.l2557&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEWNX%3AIT&nma=true&si=dvy4PEvXC1usDQLl6ePgfHqWMxs%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc

Man said...

$20 and $10 star radar notes

$20 about $35.00

$10 about $40.00

the $20 is in poor shape but both would note be worth grading.

Brandon said...

Okay well how about this radar star $1 dollar bill? I know it's CU, but still seems a bit much for just a $1 dollar bill, so it just makes me wonder if $10 and $20 star radars could actually sell for more than your estimate even though they are circulated.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Radar-Note-1974-Dollar-Bill-Star-Note-L-02999920-Crisp-Unc-Nice-/221179620137?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item337f552b29&nma=true&si=dvy4PEvXC1usDQLl6ePgfHqWMxs%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557

Man said...

how about this radar star $1 dollar bill? I know it's CU, but still seems a bit much for just a $1 dollar bill
About $40.00 there is some ugly staining.

so it just makes me wonder if $10 and $20 star radars could actually sell for more than your estimate even though they are circulated.
-Yes they would, I give a low average value. People tend to overpay for radar and star notes, but for verified collectors and coin shops they tend not to even buy notes like these.

If they do buy it has to be certified and at least MS-64 which is a good mint state condition. Every fold is permanent and lowers value.

Below is a good link for one of the better radar notes seller/buyer but be aware price are twice as high and condition is very good..
http://www.iccurrency.com/fs_radar.htm

Brandon said...

Okay thank you very much for the advice! I've got another one for ya. It's 2 matching (except for 1 letter) CU $2 Dollar bills found here:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140950140278&ssPageName=STRK:MESE:IT

Man said...

2 matching (except for 1 letter) CU $2 Dollar bills found here:

About $5.00 each, this is an even a smaller market of people who want these.

Again true collectors have no use for these.

Anonymous said...

Just received 6 $100 Bill star note. How much would they be worth?

KB03967763*
KB03967764*
KB03967765*
KB03967766*
KB03967767*
KB03967768*

Series 2006 A.
Perfectly crisp and new

Anonymous said...

how much are these worth?

$20 star note
Series 1950 A
L05608757*

$20 star note
Series 1981
J01062919

$10 star note
Series 1963 A
L02973683

Man said...

$100 Bill star note. How much would they be worth?

KB03967763*
KB03967764*
KB03967765*
KB03967766*
KB03967767*
KB03967768*

Series 2006 A.
Perfectly crisp and new


About $200.00 each.

Man said...

$20 star note
Series 1950 A
L05608757* about $70.00

$20 star note
Series 1981
J01062919* about $35.00

$10 star note
Series 1963 A
L02973683* about $15.00

Anonymous said...

how much would a
$50 star note
Series 2009
JG 00936458*

Man said...

$50 star note
Series 2009
JG 00936458* about $60.00

Anonymous said...

$50 star note
Series 2004
EK 00455464*

Man said...

$50 star note
Series 2004
EK 00455464*


About $60.00

Anonymous said...

$100 Star Note
Series 2006
HL29376682*

Perfect Condition

Man said...

$100 Star Note
Series 2006
HL29376682*

Perfect Condition


About $200.00

Anonymous said...

$20 Star note
Series 2006
IG 03264723*

Excellent Condition, no creases or marks

Man said...

$20 Star note
Series 2006
IG 03264723*

Excellent Condition, no creases or marks


About $50.00

Anonymous said...

How much are these worth?

$50 Star note
series 2004
EG01190912*

$20 Star Note
series 2004 A
GB04531848*

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

$1 Star note
series 2006
B00018905*

$1 Star Note
Series 1999
B01404718

I'm sure they aren't worth too much but thought I'd check.
Thanks!

Man said...

$50 Star note
series 2004
EG01190912* about $55.00

$20 Star Note
series 2004 A
GB04531848* about $22.00


$1 Star note
series 2006
B00018905* about $2.00

$1 Star Note
Series 1999
B01404718* about $1.50

Myles J. said...

Will Canadian pennies be worth more in the future since they ceased production?

Man said...

Will Canadian pennies be worth more in the future since they ceased production?

Yes in 25 to 50 years it would be about $0.02 for most modern Canadian cents.

Myles J. said...

Okay, thanks.

Myles J. said...

Do US National Park quarters have special value?

Man said...

Do US National Park quarters have special value?

No all of them are common.

Myles J. said...

What is the value of a 1940 S penny circulated?

Man said...

1940 S penny circulated about $0.15

Myles J. said...

Okay, thanks.

Myles J. said...

Does a 1952-2002 P Canadian nickel in good condition have value? How about a US 1969 S penny in good condition?

Man said...

1952-2002 P Canadian nickel in good condition just $0.05

US 1969 S penny in good condition about $0.02

Myles J. said...

Does a 1970 S nickel have value?

Man said...

1970 S nickel just $0.05

Myles J. said...

Hi, it's been a while, but my dad has an interesting 2-dollar bill with a low serial number that I'm wondering about. It's circulated (well, wrinkled), and has the serial # A05341240A. Is it worth more than face value? Thanks!

Man said...

2-dollar bill with a low serial number that I'm wondering about. It's circulated (well, wrinkled), and has the serial # A05341240A.

That is not a low serial number.
Low is 000000999 or less.

Assuming the bill is 1976 or newer it just has face value.

Myles J. said...

Okay, thanks anyway.

joseph blowdowski said...

Yesterday in change I received a $1.00 bill with the number L05555555D. Used condition, wrinkled, no rips or tears. Any value or just good for liars poker?

Man said...

$1.00 bill with the number L05555555D. Used condition, wrinkled, no rips or tears.

About $25.00

Myles J. said...

What is an uncirculated 1881 $10 gold Liberty eagle worth?

Man said...

uncirculated 1881 $10 gold Liberty eagle

About $950.00