Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Cointop Smith, Jun 17, 2021.
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I cannot provide you a precise value for your note, but notes with a two-digit serial number less than 100 generally command a decent premium above face value. For example, here's a recently sold listing courtesy of eBay for an average circulated $10 Federal Reserve Note with a two-digit serial like yours.
Edit: However, I should also note that any premium is totally dependent on how much somebody is willing to pay.
Its double digits. I am sure that people will pay over face for a bill like that.
Au contraire @SensibleSal66!
A quick search of sold listings on eBay would beg to differ with your assessment.
From 1991 - 1995 I drove a cab in Illinois. At that time low serial numbers in nice condition I sold to coin dealers. Bills with five or six of the same number were bought in any condition by people who liked to cheat at liars poker. Standard
rates were five times face for five numbers and ten times face for six numbers. Since then I have seen buy offers of $1500 for one dollar bills with eight numbers the same. I assume that is for crisp uncirculated but I never checked since I have never had one. Hope that helps.
That's a keeper.
Keep it/ some would pay over face for that low number.
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