What is considered old???

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by coinguy-matthew, Jun 2, 2012.

  1. coinguy-matthew

    coinguy-matthew Ike Crazy Supporter

    I found a 1988 $1 bill and i was just wondering where is the cut off line when your collecting them? Do you keep 80s notes or are they just not worth anything???
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  3. brg5658

    brg5658 Well-Known Member

  4. Detecto

    Detecto VICTORIA DEI GRA BRITT REGINA FID DEF

    There's not really a cutoff line, if you like it, keep it. If you don't, spend it. It's that simple.
  5. coinguy-matthew

    coinguy-matthew Ike Crazy Supporter


    Ok let me re-word my question when do notes begin to carry a premium, im sorry im just getting into currency i know to grab all funny serials but that cant be the only ones worth something???
  6. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Innocent bystander

    That's a broad question. I have a series 2004A $50 New York Star (GB*) that is worth $500-$750 in CH-CU, and a series 1996 $100 Cleveland Star (AD*) worth $900-$1200 in CH-CU. Different years and different denominations have all kinds of different values depending on the amounts printed, and survivors. The modern-era is most FRN's starting in 1963. Your best bet would be to follow auctions, visit dealer websites, and/or get a copy of the Standard Guide to Small Size Paper Money 1928-to date (10th edition).
  7. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    What SteveInTampa said. Buy the book first. You'll be amazed at what recent notes can fetch.

    ....also what brg5658 said.:D
  8. coinguy-matthew

    coinguy-matthew Ike Crazy Supporter

  9. coinguy-matthew

    coinguy-matthew Ike Crazy Supporter

    And i keep asking but no one seems to answer me but what is considered a low printing???
  10. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    Depends on the note. That's why you need a book. It'll list all the printings for different series.
  11. rickmp

    rickmp USDA PRIME

    Barnes & Noble. In stores or on line.

    And you can find the number of notes printed here: http://www.uspapermoney.info/
  12. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Innocent bystander

    I consider anything below 640,000 a low printing.....but that's just my humble opinion.
  13. urbanchemist

    urbanchemist US/WORLD CURRENCY JUNKIE

    amazon has a digital copy of "standard guide to small-size us paper money 1928 to date" i believe.
  14. Dr Kegg

    Dr Kegg Star Note Fanatic

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