Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by masterswimmer, Mar 15, 2019.
I know nothing about paper currency. A little help...
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What's your question?
Honestly, not even sure. As I said, I know nothing about paper currency. And that includes the questions to ask
I'm with Dougmeister; we can't help you if we don't know what's up.
You've go some fairly used currency there; a 1917 US Note, 1923 Silver Certificate and a pair of small notes. I don't see anything spectacular, sorry.
Look here some.
I don't know much about paper notes, either. I *do* know that condition is very important. Your notes are very cool, but there are a lot of wrinkles, folds, etc. That will keep the value down unless they're very rare (which I doubt, but again, I'm no expert).
You have a really nice 1917 $1 worth $50-$60, large size 1923 $1- worth around $30, red seal $5- worth around $7-$10, and $1 silver cert. worth about $2.
Are you planning on selling them?
I guess I was hoping to get some idea of rarity, availability, demand, etc. Never dawned on me to sell them. They'll be handed down to grandkids one day. Hopefully they'll get more out of them than I would get out of possibly $100.
Thank you for the 411. I appreciate the help.
All notes, are what i would consider common, so nothing really high dollar
There but you do have some nice variety there
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