Found first ladder

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by bobbeth87, May 14, 2012.

  1. bobbeth87

    bobbeth87 Coin Collector

    A week or so after putting together my $1 type set and posting it, I finally found my first ladder, so I'll be adding/changing it a little. This ladder is the 4 digit kind, but I still consider it a ladder. Please offer your opinions:

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  3. rickmp

    rickmp USDA PRIME

    Whatever spins your propeller.
  4. clayirving

    clayirving Supporter**

    I wouldn't call the serial number "2915 2914" a "ladder" — I'd call it "almost a repeater".
  5. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    I agree. It's really stretching it to call it a ladder. You see these kinds of things flogged on ebay. In my book, it's a spender. Sorry.
  6. bobbeth87

    bobbeth87 Coin Collector

    OK, thanks for the feedback. Would you consider a two digit sequence a ladder? such as 23242526?

    Thanks in advance
  7. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    That's better, but one I would still pass on, being a purist.
  8. clayirving

    clayirving Supporter**

    Now I'm going to agree with you.

    This is what I would call a ladder:

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  9. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Innocent bystander

    plus 1
  10. bobbeth87

    bobbeth87 Coin Collector

    OK. Thanks. I'll be a purist as well and continue to look only for 1 digit ladders. :)

    bob
  11. clayirving

    clayirving Supporter**

    Look at what some folks on eBay call ladder notes.
    • "Broken Ladder" — L03785469* because it contains the numbers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 0.
    • "Broken Ladder Ending" — L48244123Q, L48244567Q, and L4824890Q because the last three or four characters of each note are 123 4567 890.
    • "Ladders" — H08858380B, H0885381B, H08855382B through H08858387B because they're sequential serial numbers.
    • "Ladder Brick Set" — L34131234G, L34131567G, and L34131890G because the last three or four characters of each note are 1234 567 890.
    • "Ladder Note" — ID44567892A ("456789" is a partial ladder).
    • "Ladder with six "0's"" — I00080009A
    • "Fancy Poker Ladder" — F31323333H
    • "Fancy Ladder" — L11223300A
    • "Super Cool Ladder — B01000002A
    • "Birth-Year Ladder — I19721932A (Where's the ladder?)
    • "Triple Ladder" — 10 notes E13778000B through E13778999B with E13778111B, E13778222B, etc.
    • "Mixed Ladder" — C40673125A because it contains the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7.
    • "Fantastic Ladder" — II66777883A
    ...and on and on and on...
  12. bobbeth87

    bobbeth87 Coin Collector

    That is kind of crazy....I've seen stuff like that on ebay and wondered what they were smoking. I really thought that a ladder could be like the one I got. Thanks so much for your posts and helping me get up to speed....they were a lot more helpful than say, "whatever spins your propeller."

    :)
  13. rickmp

    rickmp USDA PRIME

    Wasn't in a great mood when I posted that. Sorry. I should have tried to be more helpful. I'll try to be better next time.
  14. OldDogEyes

    OldDogEyes Full of a lot of hot air.

    I wouldn't personally keep that bill, but I know folks who would... Looks pretty cool to me!

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