Nostalgic for the 1980s? Well stop it because it was an embarrassing decade. For coins and currency it was a boring period also. U.S. commemorative coins did make a big comeback but circulating issues were full of boring clad stuff. The currency saw nothing cool since the $2 bill of 1976 and would stay boring until the 1988-A issues.
Now after my mini rant you may think there is nothing to save for 1985 $1 notes but there is one true gem. The St. Louis star note is easily $200 in circulated grade and to a lesser extent the H-E series also has a good premium, about $75 for circulated ones.
Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $1 Note - D.C. / San Francisco
Printed: August 1986
Run: 27th of 31 run from L83200001F - L86400000F
Value: $1.00 in VF
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