Monday, October 15, 2012

1999 $20 Star Note, BL-*

Have a star note and want to know its value? Leave a comment

The non-colorized $20 bills for 1999 are normal. I understand that they are old enough to be pulled from circulation and some people are starting to forget they were around. Like all U.S. notes they are still legal and plenty are still circulating.


Despite the fact they lack the familiar rainbow sherbert coloring they still have most of the same security features. The Jefferson watermark is visible on the right and the plastic security strip is on the left.


This one is also a star note and in pretty great shape. This is because it was one of the last 1999 bills printed. The final run of all the 1999 series $20 bills it was printed in November of 2002. I probably got it in early 2003 so it stayed crisp although it is a bit ruffled on the edges. The printing of the 2001 series did overlap with the 1999 printings mainly for the replacement star notes.

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $20 Note- Fort Worth / San Fransisco
Year: 1999
Printings: 3,200,000
Printed: November 2002
Run: 1st and only from BL00000001* - BL03200000*
Value:  $30.00 in CU 

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.

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

Dr. Math said...

I've got some currency and want to know it's value! I picked up two nice bills at the flea market and was hoping you could tell me a little bit about them. Here they are: http://s1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd520/DrMath5/?albumview=slideshow

The $5.00 is an 1858 and the $1.00 is an 1852.

Thanks in advance!

Man said...

There appears to be some damage but not too horrid.

$5.00 is an 1858 about $20.00
$1.00 is an 1852 about $10.00

Again the images are not clear so I may be seeing a higher grade of Fine or better.

Dr. Math said...

I've got a few other things I would like to know the value of as well. Today I got a 1988-A $1.00 bill (serial # E08682496Q) which has a light fold down the center and two light folds on the right side. I also got what appears to be a quarter with a cud (located here: http://s1223.photobucket.com/albums/dd520/DrMath5/?albumview=slideshow )

Also with the quarter is a 1954 Greek 50 Lepta that I wanted to get a second opinion on based on the drastic differences in prices here: http://www.ngccoin.com/poplookup/WorldCoinPrices.aspx?category=19951&worldcoinid=62422&FromSearch=true

Thanks!

Man said...

1988-A $1.00 bill (serial # E08682496Q) which has a light fold down the center and two light folds on the right side
--Just $1.00

quarter with a cud about $15.00

1954 Greek 50 Lepta about $1.25 your images are not clear but it does not look uncirculated which are rare and that is why the value jumps so high.

Anonymous said...

I am wondering the currency of some bills
5 B85852813C 1950A warn and has crease and some discolored spots.
100 D00151661* 1969A mint with no creases, crisp
100 K42095725A 1985 center crease, otherwise crisp and clean
50 G45604577A 1985 tri-fold creases, otherwise clean
50 L12672031B 1990 no crease, crisp
20 L61140994D 1981A crisp, clean other than small light rust spots on left side of bills
20 L12463508B 1969A Warn, center crease, few spots but light
20 L43892634A 1934A good condition, still crisp, center crease, few light brown spots.

Man said...

5 B85852813C 1950A warn and has crease and some discolored spots.
--About $6.00

100 D00151661* 1969A mint with no creases, crisp
--About $225.00

100 K42095725A 1985 center crease, otherwise crisp and clean
--About $110.00

50 G45604577A 1985 tri-fold creases, otherwise clean
--About $50.00

50 L12672031B 1990 no crease, crisp
--About $50.00

20 L61140994D 1981A crisp, clean other than small light rust spots on left side of bills
--About $25.00

20 L12463508B 1969A Warn, center crease, few spots but light
--About $22.00

20 L43892634A 1934A good condition, still crisp, center crease, few light brown spots.
--Back number is needed for accurate value.

Anonymous said...

Okay
20 L43892634A L44 12 1934A

Man said...

20 L43892634A L44 12 1934A

If the back number is 12 then it is about $50.00

Anonymous said...

Whoops the number on the back reads 354

Man said...

Whoops the number on the back reads 354

Then it is the more common type at about $25.00 in very-fine.

Anonymous said...

So I have $500 worth of uncirculated $1 star notes series 2013
G 01536501 * - G 01537000 *. They are still in the original blue bands. Wondering if they are worth anything?

Man said...

uncirculated $1 star notes series 2013
G 01536501 * - G 01537000 *


About $5.00 each

Vicky Stearns said...

I have a 1999 20 dollar bill great shape. BF 07643632 C F6.
It looks like the first picture you show at the top. Is it worth more than $20?

Man said...

1999 20 dollar bill great shape. BF 07643632 C

Just $20.00