Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Dialupsux, Jan 8, 2021.
They show up in banks from time to time, and that is how I get them.
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tearing corners off of $2
Good theory on why it was let go. Cashiers hate them for the same reason they hate halves and dollar coins, there's no slot for those in the registers.
Yep. Hope he picked a winner with it.
Just use a good thick book.
you beat me to it...
You had me laughing out loud, @John Johnson!
That note looks it got run over by a train...LOL, still a cool find but because of
its condition not much over $2 maybe $2.50...LOL
I did the books on weekends for a large chain grocery store about 20 years ago, and I found a few $2 bills in bundles of singles sent to us from Wells Fargo; found a 1957 $10 bill in a pack, too, that was almost as crisp as the day it was printed.
Or broke into his parents' collection , , ,
Or someone just spent it since most people have zero interest in coin or bill collecting.
Maybe just put it under some heavy books for a few days? More safe option?
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