Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Bamagal1970, Jul 4, 2020.
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I appreciate your input. Thank you
If you just recently started collecting, then you should keep a few starter bills like those for your collection. But for most people, those serial numbers are not good enough.
It's just that your base-10 brain insists on putting patterns there. If we had six fingers and used base-8, another entirely different set of notes would be special.
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As for the OP notes, spenders.
Not a bad note, but poor condition. It's a binary note.
It is better to just create a new thread on the paper money forum, (blue button on the right on each forum) but to answer your question, just the fact that it is 1929 makes it worth more than $100. I couldn't give you a price though. The serial number means that it was the 167th minted, which to the right person, does make it worth more.
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