Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Flyd 45, Aug 19, 2019.
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@Flyd 45 - I moved your posts because you inexplicably posted them in someone else's 12-year-old thread that had absolutely nothing to do with currency or star notes.
They were reported as spam but since you did not specifically mention them for sale, I let them stand.
Ha! I didn't even notice that, because I wasn't paying attention to the pictures.
Yep. What he said- spend 'em.
Not unique s/n's.
Not good condition.
Hi there’s a few star notes there will upload them for u again
Hi here are the S-notes
No special S/N's.
All well circulated with lots of condition issues.
You have one 'close' S/N. The problem is, 'close' only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades.
Welcome to CT. Count the number of bills you have and that's what they are worth. In collecting currency, condition, condition, condition, is the key. None of your notes are unique, other than the star notes were replacement bills for damaged sheets, and none are in particularly good condition. Read more factual books to learn about the printing process and stay away from YouTube videos.
Or four individual bills. Four unique pix, all of the front of the bill.
Yet 16 pix are posted when four would have conveyed the exact same information.
If they cost you $1 each, why would you expect to get more than that?
They either have to be rare, old, fancy serial number or super crisp. They meet none of these criteria to me. Oh, I suppose there are star note collectors that might take them for slightly above face value, but to me they are worth $1 each.
*STARS* , but just being a *STAR* doesnt make a instant trip to the bank
..LOL, plus all have major condition issues so no premiums.
In the first series of notes that you posted none of those are star notes. They're all worth a dollar apiece. In the second series, the notes you posted are star notes but there's nothing special there either. No fancy serial numbers, no short runs, nothing of interest to a paper bill collector. Welcome to CT.
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