Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Abramthegreat, Jun 3, 2022.
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this should help
What does the run size matter anyways? I'm not a Currency expert but does the run size make one Note more than another? I'm a little confused.
You will have to search a bit. Post a photo?
Its pretty much analogous to mintage, low run sizes tend to be more valuable than large run sizes.
sorry, $1 bill, serial number is *29572480A if that helps. I can try to post a photo later...
-- 1957 = 307,640,000
-- 1957A = 94,720,000
-- 1957B = 49,280,000
And based on your serial number your note is not a 1957B.
I didn't find any other face values printed in 1957.
Page 3, Top of left side.
First and largest run of star notes.
Separate names with a comma.