1969 Star Note Help & Near Radar Question

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by NewCollectorRick, Oct 2, 2019.

  1. NewCollectorRick

    NewCollectorRick Active Member

    I got this back as change while in Kansas City doing a job last month but the site I use to look up star note rarity does not go back this far. Ive tried using ebay as a guide but there are so many from
    1969-A-D and all over the board in value. Just curious if there is any value in it or if it's a pretty common note especially since there is no low or fancy serial #?
    Also I found this $100 the other day that at first glance seemed to be a radar. Actually at glance 4 and 5 it was still a radar. Ha. I had to read it both ways a few times to realize it was barely off. Is it pretty much a face value note or would there still be interest to a collector ? Thanks for any help. 20190725_183207.jpg 20190725_183043.jpg 20190725_183213.jpg 20190725_183149.jpg 123951_05.jpg
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  3. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Well-Known Member

    I don't know about the $1* but I tend to keep all star notes. The $100 just misses the boat and is a spender.
  4. James Shields

    James Shields Active Member

    The 1969 Kansas City replacement note is $5-$10 in uncirculated condition, yours is Fine at best. If you like it, keep it.

    The $100 note has an interesting serial number but it’s a hard sell if not uncirculated and not fancy, yours is neither of these. A spender in my book.
  5. Incharge

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  6. Incharge

    Incharge Active Member

    Nice radar $100 note
  7. James Shields

    James Shields Active Member

    It’s close Ron, but it’s not a radar.
  8. Incharge

    Incharge Active Member

    Oh, yea, sorry i missed that looked at it to quickly....
  9. mpcusa

    mpcusa "Official C.T. TROLL SWEEPER"

    With serial numbers its either feast or famine, close only counts in horseshoes
    and hand grenades !
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