Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Emmanuel Williams, May 4, 2019.
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Thanks Far as the serial numbers is that considered a rear number
IMO the serial #'s are nice, but even those are just a 99 or 88 away from being real nice.
$1.00 each x 8 = $8.00
That is the value.
I haven’t gotten to the stage of bill collecting, being so new to the coin market, but, I think what you got is pretty dope even if it don’t command a premium.
There are two individual values on your bills: 1. Resale value. 2. Collector’s value... you will never have this sheet again if you sell! I think it’s cool and had no clue these ever came like this!
I can guess $10-$15 but Steve in Tampa would know.
Welcome to CT.
Welcome to CT. Condition, condition, condition is everything, especially in bills. The Mint (they combined BEP with the Mint store) sells $1 sheets of 10 bills for $27.00 but with all of the folds in yours, you probably wouldn't get much above face value.
The sheets are stacked in ascending order then they cut the stack of sheets into stacks of bills. This way the bills are already stacked when cut.
That makes sense, thans.
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