Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Cazador, Jul 30, 2021.
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Pictures,condition is everything and the numbers also etc.
2nd, Consecutive order doesn't necessarily mean anything, unless there is something else going on with them that makes them different, such as Star notes, Silver Certificates, older, different color Seals, or something similar.
As potty says "Condition is Everything"! So, are they brand new and uncirculated?
Seriously, no one here can really tell you anything without pictures.
Your description of a note might be totally different than my description of the same note.
For example, I went to my bank atm a few weeks ago and got 700. 100 of it was in 20s, 10s, 5s and 1s. I always check the serial numbers when I withdraw cash, and I found that the 5s I received were all consecutive. On a hunch, I got another 100 in 5s. Sure enough, they were all consecutive. I'm assuming the atm had just been serviced and reloaded with fresh bank bundles.The notes were so new that they still had the new money smell and you could feel the raised serial numbers from their recent printing. I still have some of them. I could have probably gotten 100s of dollars worth of them if I had wanted them, but like I said, unless the notes have some additional attribute, being consecutive, in and of itself, doesn't really mean very much.
Some years back, when I worked part-time in retail, I got 9 consecutive $5 Star notes, in brand new, uncirculated condition. Still have 'em....somewhere. I tend to put things away and then lose track of them.
Anyway, saving them is up to you, but I'm sure we'd all like to see pix of them.
You're not the only one.
It would be nice to see consecutive bills before and after a "radar".
2. Consecutive notes are always more interesting that random notes.
3. Since U.S. notes are made of linen and cotton, you should be able to iron them.
A quick YouTube check gives us this...
Disclaimer: I have no idea if this harms the notes so get some additional opinions before trying this on any notes of value.
Some tellers will search the bills and while doing so, place a worn bill between each new bill. It makes for ease of counting as new bills tend to stick to each other. I've even seen them intentionally wrinkle the bills for this same reason, or use talcum on them to prevent sticking.
What like repeating numbers right
Separate names with a comma.