star note rarity

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Joseph seaman, Dec 10, 2019.

  1. Joseph seaman

    Joseph seaman THE DUKE

    when doing a star note look up i go to my currency
    the rarity shows up on a bar graph upload_2019-12-10_7-20-38.png upload_2019-12-10_7-26-33.png y.com
    is there a number / value assigned to the rarity. or is there different program i could use like my cool notes
    How Cool Is 88866688?
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    What makes this serial number special (or not)?
    • 88866688 contains 2 triples and 1 pair together. Only 0.0024% of 8-digit numbers have this combination.
    • 88866688 contains a 5-of-a-kind and 1 triple. Only 0.0050% of 8-digit numbers have this combination.
    • 88866688 has 2 unique digits. In 0.011% of 8-digit numbers, there are 2 or fewer unique digits.
    • 88866688's digits sum to 58. In 0.32% of 8-digit numbers, the digits sum to at least 58.
    • All of the digits in 88866688 are even! Only 0.39% of 8-digit numbers have this
     

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  3. CoinBlazer

    CoinBlazer Numismatic Enthusiast

    Neat, if the note isn't in terrible condition, it could bring some premium, however, the market for fancy serial numbers isn't huge...
     
  4. LuckyCoin

    LuckyCoin HappyHunting

    Wish u wld hv posted pics...but either way awesome find...
     
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  5. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Nice serial but photos would be nice and helpful. Condition is everything when it comes to paper money.
     
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  6. Numbers

    Numbers Senior Member

    Sure. That site is rating the rarity by the print run size, which is listed as a number in the table a little farther down. These days, a full-length print run is 3,200,000 star notes, so a run of that size gets rated all the way at the "less rare" end of the scale. Shorter/rarer runs tend to have sizes like 320,000 notes or 128,000 notes. Just last month the BEP reported printing a run of 25,000 star notes, which is crazy short--the collectors are going to have a fun time looking for that one. (It's 2017 $1 A06400001* - A06425000*, if you want to join the hunt!)
     
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