Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by SCOOTS, Sep 24, 2020.
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@SteveInTampa has a good explanation. This would not occur during the printing process
At one time, $2 were considered bad luck. If you received one, you were supposed to rip off the corner to keep the bad luck away. If you received a $2 with all 4 corners missing, you were supposed to burn/destroy the bill or you would be stuck with the bad luck (I'm writing from memory, so you may want to google the superstition for details)
FYI - The notes you have will never have any extra value because of those serial numbers. There is nothing wrong with saving them if you find them interesting, just be aware of the lack of collector interest.
Also super cool superstition about the $2 I like it,
cheapier - word of the year nominee!!! I wish money was cheapier too, I think. Maybe if I knew what it meant it might make cheapier money more interesting-erier.
Money is interesting, wish it were cheapier
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