Serial numbers with just two different digits, like 73373733. Do not treat this page as a reference guide, it is for appraisal and acquisition purposes only. Once I saw what the teller brought out and caught a glimpse of the number I cringed a little when I saw her flip through the bills real quick like a old flip comic book checking to see if they were indeed sequential. While the quad doubles are the most sough after, tri doubles are also valued by collectors such as 27007711, but especially if they are framed by zeros such as 07744990. Please exercise due diligence before taking action on any third party offers. Normal notes have an even border around the engraved picture on the front and back.
The serial number is the same both ways. And if you happen to find one of these gems in your wallet or between the sofa cushions, you can contact the website to sell your single. You can find a more detailed list of desirable serial numbers on the website. There has to be a Dead head who wants that and I am sure there is a dead head who collects cash. Don't jump to conclusions when it comes to values. The only thing i know about money is I have to work hard to get it, then turn around and spend it. With the first 2 bills, the last numbers are raised and darker than the rest.
A big thank-you to for allowing use of their pictures! Technically, it shows that configuration either right side up or upside down. Click on a picture below to learn more about what makes them special and valuable. You can pick up a used copy on Amazon. Of course only one in about 50,000 notes is going to have a chance to grade 68 or higher. On the one dollar bill, the bank can be quickly identified by a letter code in the Federal Reserve Seal to the left of the portrait of George Washington.
If players can bring their own bills to the game, then having a bill with six 9's say in the serial number is an advantage, because it throws the statistics off. An example of a birthday note would be 65819770 where 1977 might be a significant year to someone. These bills are called repeating notes or repeater notes. I do not know if it is worth anything. Other bills that have funky serial numbers or on them are also worth some serious cash. Federal Reserve notes were nowhere to be found on this list, although coins took the number three spot. The lower the number, the more valuable it becomes.
Fancy normal or star serial numbers from any bank. How about an amazing wine collection? Retail is what a collector might pay. Still collecting and having fun looking at all the serial numbers. Looking closer through a 60x loupe, the negative space webs are very incomplete due to the over inking. There are a few very minor raised edges on the first few bills, but no folds or creases… otherwise they are all untouched and uncirculated.
The oldest sheet I have seen is from 1896. These are bills that only have all the same number except for one digit. A long string of sequential digits, like 23456789. Another would be 00198500 where the year 1985 is significant. So a bill from the 1960s would be worth the same as a 2006 misprinted bill. And as collectors we are thankful for that.
It is nicknamed the rainbow note because of its multi-colored paper. Every number is either one lower or one higher than the previous digit. So, something like 12345678 or 987654321 would be examples of ladder numbers. The Federal Reserve Seal and the Federal Reserve District Number. What interested folks are really looking for is an unusual number pattern or specific sequencing of the numbers. You already have the makings of a good story.
Important: The note must be in perfect condition. Some of the bills, however, do seem to be quite valuable, if my understanding is correct. Consecutive Consecutive notes are two or more bills where the serial numbers are consecutive in order. Not sure if the bookend 24000024, the radar 24000042, or the 24 million +1 would be worth anything… is it better to leave it as a sequential set, or to break it up into groups? The serial number is reused to avoid a gap in the series, with the asterisk indicating that the bill is a replacement. Another way that might be easier is by finding cool serial numbers — serial numbers that are special in some way. True Binary While binary bills are highly collectible, the best of the best are bills that have only ones and zeros as part of their serial number.
There are actually some serial number requests that get pretty specific too. Sometimes the framed part of the bill gets off alignment, and you'll have uneven borders, a chopped-off design, or even part of the next note's picture on it. I suppose there may be some value to a misprint but all other features need to be first verified as intended authentic government printed money. I have a few bills that I thought were interesting. Our local coin shop owner has informed us to just cash them in the bank or give them away to nieces or nephews as a novelty item.
Follow My Instagram Travel Photos! So there might be 4 to 6 bills that exist. It is being presented without consideration of the investment objectives, risk tolerance or financial circumstances of any specific investor and might not be suitable for all investors. I appreciate all of your insight Thank you. For example, a repeater note would be something like 48648648 or 78937893. A dollar bill with a misalignment error on the portrait printing on the front side.