Monday, July 22, 2013

1999 $1 Bill, F-N

Have a 1999 dollar bill and want to know its value?

The 1999 series had some long runs but they were not all in one place. They kept flipping the Atlanta notes from D.C. to Fort Worth. That resulted in some low runs for certain serial numbers.


The lowest runs were for:
  • One run F89600001R  -  F96000000R in D.C.
  • One run F00000001M  -  F06400000M in Fort Worth
  • Two runs F00000001L  -  F12800000L in D.C.
That small changeover is enough to excite currency collectors. These are a few example of non-star notes that have a premium. About $5-$25 in crisp-uncirculated compared to face value to $2.00 for other notes of the same series and grade.

Unfortunately since these notes are so specific I cannot remember them all the time. I generally know Atlanta notes need to put aside but I often forget to check. At some point I have to finish that app I started in my head that will checkout serial numbers or get a download of the currency books to my phone but until then I can only try. I do try to put aside all my new change and not spend it before I get home and check the rarity.

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $1 Note-Fort Worth / Atlanta
Year: 1999
Printings: 1,944,000,000
Printed: August 2001
Run: 8th from 8-15 from F44800001N - F51200000N
Value: $1.50 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.

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

Anonymous said...

I found a 1993 dollar bill, serial C14408131A, in AU condition and was wondering what it could be worth?
Also, I've found quite a few Arizona quarters with the extra cactus (smaller version) and was wondering what would be a far price if I wanted to sell the extras.
Lastly, I'm not exactly sure what year but between 1957 and 1969, it is a 500 yen bill from Japan. Difficult to say what condition but I would guess VG or Fine.

Thanks very much for your help, I really enjoy your blog!

Man said...

1993 dollar bill, serial C14408131A, in AU condition
--About $3.00 it had a medium printing and will likely go up in value over the next few years.

Arizona quarters with the extra cactus (smaller version)
--About $1.50

...between 1957 and 1969, it is a 500 yen bill from Japan. Difficult to say what condition but I would guess VG or Fine.
--About $1.00

I think they are no longer redeemable but if they were it would be about $5.00.

Anonymous said...

Awesome thanks very much for the information.
I notice that you have a lot of knowledge about the amount of runs for U.S. bills, can you tell me if there's any special serial to look for in the 2009 series for $1?

Man said...

can you tell me if there's any special serial to look for in the 2009 series for $1?

It is still early but except for the star notes only F89600001B or later may have extra value.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1950 $10 bill. very good condition, very crisp dollar seems almost like it was just printed (obviously not) how much would it be worth today?

Ultra64 said...

Ok, i don't normally collect paper money but today i came across a Star* note. It is a tad wrinkled w/ a fold in the middle but not flimsy. The serial # is C 02499154* 2003 A. Very low number, not sure what it is worth but that is not too important...

I was just wondering what you can tell me about it, anything at all?

p.s. im a cashier and that is 90% off how i come across most of my finds. 10% through my pocket change.

Man said...

1950 $10 bill. very good condition, very crisp dollar seems almost like it was just printed

Depends on serial number but average is $20.00.

Man said...

a tad wrinkled w/ a fold in the middle but not flimsy. The serial # is C 02499154* 2003 A

Assuming a $1 Bill about $2.00.

Ultra64 said...

whoops! yes, it is a $1 bill. lol. thanks~

Laura Kaunitz said...

I HAVE 3 DIFFERENT BILLS I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE VALUE OF. THE FIRST IS A 1995 $1.00 BILL THAT IS CRISP & ALMOST NEW & HAS NORMAL SIDE MARGINS ON THE FACE SIDE BUT A LARGER BOTTOM MARGIN & A TOP MARGIN THAT IS NON EXISTANT BUT HAS NORMAL MARGINS ON ALL EDGES OF THE OTHER SIDE & THE BILL IS NORMAL IN SIZE. I ALSO HAVE A 1950 $5.00 BILL THAT HAS WRINKLES BUT IS IN GREAT SHAPE FOR IT'S AGE WITH NO TEARS OR RIPS BUT THE TOP MARGIN ON THE FACE SIDE IS 1/2 THE THICKNESS OF THE BOTTOM MARGIN & NORMAL SIZE MARGINS ON THE OTHER SIDE. I ALSO HAVE A 1950 $10.00 BILL THAT CAN BE DESCRIBED IN THE EXACT SAME CONDITION & WAY AS THE $5.00 BILL. MY EMAIL IS:ZTINUAK@GMAIL.COM THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP!

Man said...

1995 $1.00 BILL THAT IS CRISP & ALMOST NEW & HAS NORMAL SIDE MARGINS ON THE FACE SIDE BUT A LARGER BOTTOM MARGIN & A TOP MARGIN THAT IS NON EXISTANT BUT HAS NORMAL MARGINS ON ALL EDGES OF THE OTHER SIDE & THE BILL IS NORMAL IN SIZE.
--No extra value unless the design is missing.

1950 $5.00 BILL THAT HAS WRINKLES BUT IS IN GREAT SHAPE FOR IT'S AGE WITH NO TEARS OR RIPS BUT THE TOP MARGIN ON THE FACE SIDE IS 1/2 THE THICKNESS OF THE BOTTOM MARGIN & NORMAL SIZE MARGINS ON THE OTHER SIDE.
--About $15.00, no extra value for Faulty Alignment.

1950 $10.00 BILL THAT CAN BE DESCRIBED IN THE EXACT SAME CONDITION & WAY AS THE $5.00 BILL
--About $12.00, no extra value for Faulty Alignment.