Monday, July 29, 2013

1999 $1 Star Note, C-*

Have a 1999 star note and want to know its value?

Although this star note is common I do like the numbers, they are almost repeating. Of course a true repeater note has extra value to collectors but at least this one looks neat.


I often get asked is it worth keeping these circulated star notes that are common. Well they answer is simply no. If you are collecting for fun then yes keep them until you can upgrade to a nicer grade. If you want a profit this note will probably not double in value for another 20 years, assuming circulated. Let it go if dream of retiring early.   

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $1 Note - D.C. / Chicago
Year: 1999
Printings: 9,600,000
Printed: March 2001
Run: 4th run from C09600001* - C12800000* 
Value:  $1.50 in CU

Do you have a $1 star note 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.

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

Anonymous said...

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Man said...

I recently created a coin blog and I was wondering if it would be ok with you if I posted about how you inspired me

That's fine.

Anonymous said...

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Man said...

thanks! also if youd like to see it my blog is

Can you kindly not copy my style.

This phrase: "HAVE A COIN OR NOTE AND WANT TO KNOW ITS VALUE? LEAVE A COMMENT."

Can you be original and use your own question?

Anonymous said...

sorry man I didn't mean to copy

Elizabeth Avendano said...

I have a $20 bill that ends with a ☆ .serial number IF 06110560 ☆

Man said...

$20 bill that ends with a ☆ .serial number IF 06110560 ☆

About $25.00 if circulated.