Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by 2x2 $averKrazy, Jun 26, 2019.
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I call this a sudoku note, because it's more apt, nothing about this note is a ladder, any more than a pile of lumber is a jumbled staircase...
Great way to accumulate a pile of cash...or sticks for that matter.
All that being said, if you like it, keep it, especially if its in crisp condition. However, if you keep it because you think it has value now, or will increase in value later, then it's a losing proposition. I have a worn series 2009 dollar on my dresser with the s/n 555555xy (I forget the last 2 numbers). Interesting, but it probably grades VG-Fine. It's cool, but in that condition, I'd be lucky to recoup the fees if I sell it on ebay. Can't quite manage to part with it, but it's not worth putting with the collection. Sooner or later it will end up in my wallet but until then, there it sits.
Hope this helps
Lol...lol. not from what you said. But the part about feeling dangerous running with Scissors. I love it. Great saying
poor mans savings fund
I was thinking "isn't a scrambled ladder just a pile of sticks", but, yeah.
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