Friday, March 07, 2014

1999 $1 Star Note, L-*

Another star replacement note from my change. This one is over a decade old and is very wrinkled. One of the reason I prefer collecting coins is the tend to hold up better in circulation.


That said I still enjoy the feel of bills and the fact they fit better in my wallet. Actually my wallet does not even have a pocket for coins. Dollar bills will be here for a while and if you seen the dollar coins you know that both are not very collectible in circulated shape.


Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $1 Star Note - Fort Worth / San Francisco
Year: 1999
Printings: 3,200,000
Printed: April 2002
Run: 4th from L09600001* - L12800000*
Value: $2.50 VF(this one is less)

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.

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

J. Money said...

Nice man! I've never found a star note in circulation before, but I have a silver certificate which was pretty cool. A friend also saved me 20 $5.00 star noted before - crisp and in a row - at a restaurant they work at. I traded it for $100 in cash (to recoup my investment ;)) and then $50 of "coin credit" with a collector friend. Picked up a bunch of cool stuff with it so far! I'm all about trading - do u do much of it?

Man said...

I'm all about trading - do u do much of it?

First great friend who would save star notes for you.

As for trading I do not do it. I rarely buy anymore neither. I have good luck getting collectible stuff from change and friends/family.

Josh Roberts said...

I have several star notes and older notes, would you encourage in keeping the older notes, like prior "95? I heard off of a video that you should.

$1 G07502026I 1963B
$1 G87018380D 1963A
$1 B00000286* 2006
$1 J02671351* 2006
$1 E04111114* 1985
$1 J00185202* 2009

Thanks

Man said...

would you encourage in keeping the older notes, like prior "95?
--Not really since it takes about 80 years for them to double in value.

$1 G07502026I 1963B about $1.25
$1 G87018380D 1963A about $1.10
$1 B00000286* 2006 about $20.00
$1 J02671351* 2006 about $2.50
$1 E04111114* 1985 about $3.50
$1 J00185202* 2009 about $12.00

Travis Miller said...

hi m y nam one could bee is Travis I have an 2009 star note which has an ink smear on the side of the right of bill and a tenth of orange and the numbers are L 00 380 538 star never seen such thing but I've had star notes in the past That have brought me value and was wondering what kind of value this one could be

Man said...

2009 star note which has an ink smear on the side of the right of bill and a tenth of orange and the numbers are L 00 380 538 star

About $100.00 although the orange makes me think it is not a true error.

Travis Miller said...

I wanted to know the value of these bills and is it worth holding on to

$1 G59065064W .1988 A
$1 A16837171A. 2006
$1 F00800076A. 2013
$1 F00800077A. 2013
$1 C49444449A. 2013

AND A BIRTH DATE. BILL 2013
A06021966A

Man said...

$1 G59065064W .1988 A
$1 A16837171A. 2006
$1 F00800076A. 2013
$1 F00800077A. 2013
$1 C49444449A. 2013

AND A BIRTH DATE. BILL 2013
A06021966A


Each are just $1.00 but the birthday note may sell for $20.00 to the right collector.