Monday, September 23, 2013

1969-C $1 Bill, F-B

My last one dollar note featured was a 1985 series and this one is a 1969-C so there is a big gap. Six series are missing from my circulated finds collection, 1981A, 1981, 1977A, 1977, 1974, and 1969D have all escaped my grasp. Every year that passes makes it more difficult to find these older notes.

Although  made in the 1970's - 1980's, which for coins and currency is modern, the notes that I have not found are still common. They have no extra value if circulated and were made by the billions. Yet it has been years since I have got any note older than 1988 in my change.

The government and banks have a policy of separating then burning or shredding notes older than ten years. They claim that the notes become unusable and unreadable by both machines and tellers. I tend to disagree with that since this note found a few years ago shows they hold up well.

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $1 Note - D.C.  / Atlanta
Year: 1969-C
Printings: 60,960,000
Printed: May 1972 - March 1973
Run: 147th of 111-157 run from F93440001B  - F94080000B 
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.

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

Anonymous said...

2006 serial C01309375G $1 bill
2006 serial B06045476* $1 bill
1988A serial D01229346* $1 bill

I also found a 1969D serial B39693837E but it's extremely beat up and taped in the middle, is it even worth keeping?

Man said...

2006 serial C01309375G $1 bill about $2.50
2006 serial B06045476* $1 bill about $2.00
1988A serial D01229346* $1 bill about $2.50

1969D serial B39693837E but it's extremely beat up and taped in the middle just $1.00