Different circulation finds

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by mikep, Dec 18, 2015.

  1. Skippy Topaz

    Skippy Topaz Obsolete

    Need a little help from some of the pros on this one...

    I found another one of these Low-Print Star notes that says it was from a Print-Run of 250k Sheets

    Four years ago I had found a bunch of them from the same Run at a store about a hundred miles from here and looking back at my original post, the Star Note Looker-Upper site said it was from a 150k Run... so my questions are..

    What is the difference between 250K "sheets" and 150K Run"? It appears that my original notes from 4 years ago, no longer say 150k, they also say 250k Sheets.. why does that happen? Because of updated information??

    it seems that 250k Sheets is a little less rare 250-sheets.jpg 150k-.jpg 150k-rare.jpg than 150k Run
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  3. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Always Learning

    Runs #1 & #2, designated as “Notes”, are distributed in full packs of replacement notes and are typically easier to find. Runs #3 & #4 designated as “Sheets” are inserted randomly when a defective sheet is discovered. “Sheet” run notes are usually harder to find compared to “Notes” run notes. The website you are using is usually accurate but I always reference uspapermoney.info first and then reference the BEP monthly production charts as well.

    I know many collectors, including myself, that have CU examples of run #3, but have yet to see any notes from run #4.
    Last edited: Feb 10, 2020
  4. Skippy Topaz

    Skippy Topaz Obsolete

    Got this 320k Star Note from 1999 in change today.. not in perfect shape but will keep it.. 1999-Star.jpg
  5. Skippy Topaz

    Skippy Topaz Obsolete

    Found this one today and couldn't decide if this should go in the "Almost" thread because it's almost a good 'un... but it's not in great shape and even has a slight tear near the bottom but even so, will keep it for the collection..

  6. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Always Learning

  7. gronnh20

    gronnh20 Supporter! Supporter

    Surely there is a name for this serial number.

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  8. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Always Learning

    It’s a Repeater, It’s a Repeater.
  9. Skippy Topaz

    Skippy Topaz Obsolete

    Got this 2001 Star Note in change today.. not it perfect shape but I collect 'em anyway 2001-Star.jpg
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  10. DM1

    DM1 Active Member

    Found a star note! It's really beat up, but finding a star in the wild is an extremely rare event for me.

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  11. ewomack

    ewomack 魚の下着 Supporter

    I found a folded star note in circulation a while ago, but I never shared it here. These days I never have cash, literally never, so I don't see anything anymore. I don't remember when I found this one, but I sneaked it away.


    To add to the glorious occassion, it scored a very "less rare" rating on Star Note lookup.


    Perhaps I didn't need to sneak this one away.
  12. Skippy Topaz

    Skippy Topaz Obsolete

    Got this one in change yesterday

  13. capthank

    capthank Well-Known Member

    I finally found one. Has me interested in currency now.

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  15. john65999

    john65999 Well-Known Member

    can we please see the mismatched serial number note/??? i am curious....
  16. Legomaster1

    Legomaster1 Cointalk Patron

    59AD165D-F265-489D-BC1D-5FCB6175438B.jpeg Found in circulation, and going back into circulation. Interestingly enough, I found another L-F block 1993 $20 in crisp condition, so I can let this one go.
  17. john65999

    john65999 Well-Known Member

  18. Blasty

    Blasty I love gooooold!

    I don't actively search straps, but I keep anything cool I find in circulation. Here are a few - not super special, but cool!

    As an engineer I find this one extremely cool, because its serial number is a perfect power of two (2^10). It is also the lowest number I've found.

    The 1963 star note came in change at a Dutch Bros. I've found a few 1963s in the past, but never a star. I suspect someone's collection may have been spent. Below that is a note that I saved for having all 5s and 6s but otherwise nothing special.
    Last edited: Jun 9, 2020
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  19. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

  20. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    At the bank. Ran into my first bill (US DOLLARS) collector. He was asking for federal reverse notes. What was he interested in?
  21. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    New to me. But is that common joke joke
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