Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Incharge, Jan 12, 2022.
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And this is common when those new, uncirculated bills are put into ATMs.
A lot of tellers don't like stacks of crisp notes because they stick and are hard to count. They were more than happy to give me new bills for a withdrawal. Many times the bank/credit union will mix new bills with circulated ones to make it easier for the tellers and less chances of counting errors.
You can occasionally find good stuff in those straps. This ladder note is from a strap of 50 consecutive
date, star, rarity or error it's just face value.
Would be interesting to handle the piles of new bills going through banks while being knowledgeable enough to know what to look for. You could really pile up a bunch of those serial numbers that so many people seem to like around here.
Hmm, the first note in this strap is 123456750..... Cha-Ching!!
Hmm, the first note in this strap is 111111100..... Cha-Ching!!
If this is the first note in the strap, does that mean you have 11111111. A serial number on modern notes has 8 numbers (you show 9).
Separate names with a comma.