Saturday, August 15, 2015

2003-A $1 Star Note, F-*

Another common star note in less than ideal condition. Still it is a star note.

This one has pencil marks, folded, and wrinkled. It probably has no extra value but I am going to keep it.

Here's the stats for this bill...
Type/Federal Bank: $1 Star Note - D.C. / Atlanta
Year: 2003-A
Printings: 3,200,000
Printed: October 2005
Run: 1st from F00000001* - F03200000*
Value: $1.25 in Good

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.

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

Anonymous said...

I have an uncirculated 1981 star 100 dollar bill serial number E00101887*. Value? Also 50 1981a uncirculated consecutive number 100 dollar bills. Value?

Man said...

uncirculated 1981 star 100 dollar bill serial number E00101887*
--About $1,500.00

50 1981a uncirculated consecutive number 100 dollar bills
--About $125.00 each

TheUnwantedSaved said...

I have a dollar bill Series 2006 in AU with a low serial number
E 00044187 I
A silver certificate $1 series 1957 in Vf with a fancy serial number
F 00669699 A
A $10 bill in CU Series 1988-A
L 83852650 A
A $5 star note in CU series 2009
JA 03403752*
And a $1 series 1974 star note
A07776612*

Man said...

dollar bill Series 2006 in AU with a low serial number
E 00044187 I--Just $1.00

A silver certificate $1 series 1957 in Vf with a fancy serial number
F 00669699 A--About $5.00

A $10 bill in CU Series 1988-A
L 83852650 A--About $5.00

A $5 star note in CU series 2009
JA 03403752*--About $30.00

A $1 series 1974 star note
A07776612*--About $5.00

bctripletmom said...

Hi. I have a $100 star note in good condition, fairly crisp, can tell it's been folded in half at some point but no pressed crease line. It is Series 2009 A. LB06582357* (star, not asterisk). Could you tell me if it's worth more than face value? Thank you!

I have smaller notes I've been saving as well. Would you prefer I reply with them to any email you may send, or ask about them on a prior post of yours as well?

Man said...

$100 star note in good condition, fairly crisp, can tell it's been folded in half at some point but no pressed crease line. It is Series 2009 A. LB06582357*

About $105.00

Most star notes are still common but feel free to list them anywhere on this site.

bctripletmom said...

Thank you!

bctripletmom said...

$1 star note. Series 2009. D01378301* (star, not asterisk). Fairly crisp, but wrinkled. Margins (?) are off. Printed (or cut) closer to the top than to the bottom, and a bit closer to the right than to the left.

bctripletmom said...

$5 star note. Series 2006. IF03982062* (star, not asterisk). More soft than crisp, but fairly crisp. Somewhat wrinkled and can tell it was folded in half at some point.

bctripletmom said...

$20 star note. Series 2009. JB02231438* (star, not asterisk). More soft than crisp, but fairly crisp. Somewhat wrinkled and can tell it was folded in half at some point. Margin off a bit. Printed closer to bottom than top.

bctripletmom said...

$1 star note. Series 2006. L11028156* (star, not asterisk). Fairly crisp, but wrinkled. Margin off just a bit; printed more to the top than to the bottom.

p.s.
Are they called margins? Do they matter? Seems I recall seeing this somewhere in past searches.

bctripletmom said...

$1 bill. Series 1977. G91942947B. Can't recall why I set this bill aside to check on it. Maybe because of the year on it. More soft than crisp, but still a bit crisp considering age. Can tell it was folded in half at some point. Fairly wrinkled.

bctripletmom said...

$1 bill. Series 1963 B. J29899400C. Serial number seems to be printed in regular font/text whereas newer ones appear to be printed in bold. Much more soft than crisp. Can see obvious fold mark in the middle and at quarter points (folded 2x then). Fairly wrinkled; can see older wrinkles and now flattened...if that makes sense.

bctripletmom said...

$1 bill. Series 2009. F46101604B. Repetitive numbers, 2 sets of 4 numbers, but in no particular order. More soft than crisp. Can see fold marks clearly and very wrinkled. Printed a bit closer to the bottom than the top.

bctripletmom said...

$1 bill. Series 2003 A. L90696909N. Repetitive numbers. 4 of 1 number, 2 of 2 numbers, but in no particular order. More soft than crisp. Can see old fold marks. Lots of wrinkles and fading. Printed close to the top edge, much closer than to the bottom edge.

bctripletmom said...

$1 bill. Series 2009. J59992777A. 2 sets of 3 numbers in row. Otherwise nothing too special? Very obvious folds, wrinkles, and fading. A bit more crisp than soft though.

bctripletmom said...

$5. Series 2013. MA02594251* (star, not asterisk). Fairly crisp, but wrinkled. Obviously has been folded in quarters at times.

bctripletmom said...

Just curious if you are still active on this site. I didn't realize it had been quite so long since I posted. Still holding these bills.

Man said...

Sorry for the late reply busy in real life but yes this place is still active.

$1 star note. Series 2009. D01378301* (star, not asterisk). Fairly crisp, but wrinkled. Margins (?) are off. Printed (or cut) closer to the top than to the bottom, and a bit closer to the right than to the left.

--Nothing extra for off center, about $1.25

$5 star note. Series 2006. IF03982062* (star, not asterisk). More soft than crisp, but fairly crisp. Somewhat wrinkled and can tell it was folded in half at some point.
--About $7.50

$20 star note. Series 2009. JB02231438* (star, not asterisk). More soft than crisp, but fairly crisp. Somewhat wrinkled and can tell it was folded in half at some point. Margin off a bit. Printed closer to bottom than top.
--About $22.00

$1 star note. Series 2006. L11028156* (star, not asterisk). Fairly crisp, but wrinkled. Margin off just a bit; printed more to the top than to the bottom.
--About $1.25 the borders not being perfectly aligned does not add value unless there are design elements missing or cut off.

Man said...

$1 bill. Series 1977. G91942947B. Can't recall why I set this bill aside to check on it. Maybe because of the year on it. More soft than crisp, but still a bit crisp considering age. Can tell it was folded in half at some point. Fairly wrinkled.
--Just $1.00

$1 bill. Series 1963 B. J29899400C. Serial number seems to be printed in regular font/text whereas newer ones appear to be printed in bold. Much more soft than crisp. Can see obvious fold mark in the middle and at quarter points (folded 2x then). Fairly wrinkled; can see older wrinkles and now flattened...if that makes sense.
--About $1.50

$1 bill. Series 2009. F46101604B. Repetitive numbers, 2 sets of 4 numbers, but in no particular order. More soft than crisp. Can see fold marks clearly and very wrinkled. Printed a bit closer to the bottom than the top.
--Just $1.00

$1 bill. Series 2003 A. L90696909N. Repetitive numbers. 4 of 1 number, 2 of 2 numbers, but in no particular order. More soft than crisp. Can see old fold marks. Lots of wrinkles and fading.
--Just $1.00 but certain collectors may like think it is a "fancy Note" but in that shape about $5.00.

$1 bill. Series 2009. J59992777A. 2 sets of 3 numbers in row. Otherwise nothing too special? Very obvious folds, wrinkles, and fading. A bit more crisp than soft though.
--Just $1.00

Man said...

$5. Series 2013. MA02594251* (star, not asterisk). Fairly crisp, but wrinkled. Obviously has been folded in quarters at times.

About $7.00

bctripletmom said...

Thank you for the replies. Apparently I've missed checking in for over a month. Busy here as well. Time flies!

A new bill led me here today.
$100 star note. Series 2009. JL10534911* (star, not asterisk). Crisp. May have been folded in half at one point, slight crease in middle. Only 2 other possible bent/creased spots.

Man said...

Just curious if you are still active on this site. I didn't realize it had been quite so long since I posted. Still holding these bills.

Yes still active but very busy, not triplet busy but still keep posting I will follow up.

Man said...

$100 star note. Series 2009. JL10534911* (star, not asterisk). Crisp. May have been folded in half at one point, slight crease in middle. Only 2 other possible bent/creased spots.

About $110. most modern stars have little extra value.