Monday, August 19, 2013

1993 $1 Bill, L-D

Have a 1993 note and want to know its value?

Not even fully 20 years old and this bill looks bad. Circulated have a short lifespan and are "recycled" after a few years. Still this note may look bad but it still functions well, I mean I did get it as change so that means it works.



I would think another five years circulating and this bill would be almost useless. Although thanks to debit cards maybe this bill would have lasted longer. Oh well it is part of my collection now.

Although over a billion L- serial numbered notes were printed some L-C versions are the only ones with a three times premium. It was a short run made in D.C.    

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $1 Note - Fort Worth  / San Francisco
Year: 1993
Printings: 1,145,600,000
Printed: September 1994
Run: 8th of 15 run from L44800001D  - L51200000D 
Value:  $1.00 in VF

Do you have a $1 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.

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

Aussie Kid said...

I have an interesting error on my one pound coin (Britain) I'm guessing you know that on a one pound coin there is edge lettering. On the edge lettering of my coin it says something like tutamen decus something something (i forgot the rest) In between the tutamen and the decus their is a cross that is clearly part of the design. I know filled dies add little or no extra value but the right hand bar of the cross is filled in and the edge ridge things are visible where the cross bar should be. does this add value and is it unique or is it common? Thanks!

Man said...

...but the right hand bar of the cross is filled in and the edge ridge things are visible where the cross bar should be. does this add value and is it unique or is it common?

It should read DECUS ET TUTAMEN + and having filled parts does not add value as you said.

The fact the reeding continues does not change the value.

Up to 30% of all pound coins are fake so it is possible that yours is a fake since the Royal Mint tries to make these coins perfect. Filled edge lettering is often a sign of fakes.

Travis Miller said...

I have a 2006 $1.00 bill with the serial number being G 65434444 H I've had it for a while and wanted to get your take on it thanks

Man said...

2006 $1.00 bill with the serial number being G 65434444 H

Not fancy enough, no extra value.