I have something similar on a $2 replacement note.
Here’s a page of them.
The Coolness Index is misleading 99.99% of the time.
It’s definitely unusual. My initial thought was Post BEP trauma. I would need to have it in hand to tell for sure. Feel it, smell it and examine...
It will be the first time that both signatures on United States paper money will be women.
I see something on the upper left corner and the edge of the lower margin.
First, why are you yelling? (all caps)
Second, and to answer your question, probably nothing over face value. If the serial number was...
If I ever found a rotator/flipper in circulation, and it was a $10 denomination or less, I would keep it. I would not buy a rotator/flipper for...
Like most everyone else, I’d keep it.
I would not spend anything over face value to own it.
Cool note. It’s unfortunate about the hole. It appears to be a VF. I like the fact that the serial numbers are printed on both sides. This example...
Surprisingly, the only denomination issued by this Charter, is all $5 notes, both large and small. I’d guess this note is worth between $100-$200....
Third print shift, nice.
Call or email Nancy.
Sorry to hear. I hope for a safe and speedy recovery.
The “Coolness Index” can be misleading to non-collectors. As a general rule, if you have to explain why the number is “cool”, chances are it’s not...
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