Serial Number wanted

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by davidh, Aug 22, 2011.

  1. Alfred K. Kessler

    Alfred K. Kessler New Member

    i got a $20 with a serial number 80809899 is that worth anything?
     
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  3. Alfred K. Kessler

    Alfred K. Kessler New Member

    i have a $20 usd bill with the serial number 80809899 is that worth anything more then face value? bills in decent condition
     
  4. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    No

    There is nothing special about that serial number.
    Spend it.
     
  5. Matthew Kruse

    Matthew Kruse Young Numismatist

    You can sometimes find those on eBay.
     
  6. CRYSTAL MONSON

    CRYSTAL MONSON New Member

    I have a $1 bill with serial #: 00994411. Any thoughts?
     
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  7. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Casual Collector / error expert "in Training "

    Yes. Post your own thread Please . Thank you and Welcome to Coin Talk.;)
     
  8. cashhound

    cashhound Active Member

    I'm looking for a $20 STAR note series 2017 with the S/N NF 03200001* to 03520000*. I haven't even seen one.
     
  9. 2x2 $averKrazy

    2x2 $averKrazy Hopelessly coined in

    I'm lost this thread is all over the place
     
  10. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Supporter! Supporter

    And a couple of years old. The original poster hasn't been seen since 2018.
     
  11. 2x2 $averKrazy

    2x2 $averKrazy Hopelessly coined in

    Looking for the double to this bill!
     

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  12. DISDIK

    DISDIK Member

    Anyone missing this? 1610417170598706436897144243387.jpg
     
  13. Brenda Robertson

    Brenda Robertson New Member

    I have 1.00 note with serial number 00800099, is it valuable?
     
  14. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    No.. Not at all.
     
  15. clembo

    clembo A closed mind is no mind

    Any note's value is what someone will pay you.
    I worked in a coin shop for about 10 years and did most of the paper.

    My boss, who has run a shop since the 1960s, was constantly asking me "what's this one worth". I'm on disability now and he still calls me with this question.

    My answer was usually the same.

    I don't mean to sound like a jerk but that is usually the reality. Serial numbers are a very specific audience to boot.


    Here's a great example of "what's it worth". Amusing as well.

    Before I worked at the shop I managed a truck stop then painted for 5 years.
    Shortly after I started I was organizing the paper money and started to laugh. The boss asked why and I informed him there was a nice $100 star note in the pile that I had sold him at least 10 years earlier for $105.
    Really.
    He had it marked full retail at $150.

    It sat there a few years until a guy came in from out of state and actually had that note on his list. It did have a small tear but other than that high end AU.

    We sold it for $106.:D

    I told my boss he was my hero. It only took him 10 years to make a buck!
    Come to think of it I made $5. I got that note at face value.:rolleyes:
     
  16. clembo

    clembo A closed mind is no mind

    It's worth a buck.
     
  17. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    $1.00 is not valuable anymore.
     
  18. clembo

    clembo A closed mind is no mind

    Don't be so negative amigo. I prepared a real nice dinner the other night at a cost of about 3 bucks.
    That buck was a third of a good meal.

    It's how you spend that buck.;)
     
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