Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by SteveInTampa, Jun 20, 2012.
Are these to current to have any value ?
....could I call them mini-ladders (012) ?
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You could call them that, but...
I think you'll get a minor premium for two digit serial notes. Definitely a worthy find.
LOL - Ya, anything under 100 is worth more than face. You didn't really get that matching pair from circulation. Nice notes!!
Fantastic pair! You are probably just kidding right? I mean, kidding around about the value bit. Probably about them being circulation finds too. I am sure they are worth at least 3 digits and some odd cents sold as a pair.
Where did you find them. Great pick up!!!
lol yeah a 'step ladder.' you order those off the BEP?
I bet when you pair them up with the other "12" notes in your collection, they are priceless!
Nice notes Steve! I cant believe they were circulation pulls!
The B-B block note is also from a short run of 6.4m.
The 2009 (and 2006) B-B block $1's, were divided up into two runs. One for Fort Worth, and the other for DC. The FW run, which your note is from, is the short one for both series 2009, and series 2006.
So, aside from that note having extra value due to the low serial, I would think that it being part of the FW run, would also help it's value.
Great finds for being from circulation!
Yes. I agree. I doubt they have any additional value.
Since you seem to be such a nice guy, I'm willing to help you out. I'll take them off your hands for a fancy-shmancy, highly sought after United States $2 Federal Reserve Note!
Everybody collects those! :yes:
...circulation finds, my @zz!
They were circulating in my SDB along with these 2006's......
I thought they didnt ever overlap the print runs with series year? Why would they have done that then just start fresh with a new series and block runs?
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