Keep or Release

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Fifty, Mar 5, 2012.

  1. Fifty

    Fifty Master Roll Searcher

    I have the following $1Bills I have had for many years just sitting around. All are moderatly circulated are any keepers?

    B99864806C 1969-A
    G00112132L 1985
    C98824499A 1969-A
    E56978610A 1969-B
    C02232373* 1969
    L01901252* 1981-A
    F77353840D 1974
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  3. tbudwiser

    tbudwiser New Member

    They are all keepers in my book. It all depends on what intentions you have for them. What are you planning on doing with them?

    -tbud
  4. urbanchemist

    urbanchemist US/WORLD CURRENCY JUNKIE

    well as far as serial numbers there isnt anything special. i dont believe that any of them are rare notes. so if you want to hold onto them for sentimental reason go for it. now they are only dollars so you are not tying up a lot of money .
  5. Numbers

    Numbers Senior Member

    With a serial number higher than 99840000, this note would be from the partial last print run at the end of the block. The right collector would be interested in it for that reason.

    (In the middle of Series 1974, the BEP decided to quit messing with these block-ending partial runs, which meant that serial numbers above 99840000 were no longer printed. A few years later, when they started printing uncut sheets for collector sales, these unused high serials were assigned to the sheet printings.)

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