Value of Sequential bills?

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by jterry85, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. jterry85

    jterry85 New Member

    Hi everyone,

    I usually don't collect US paper money however I have found two pairs of US $1 bills that have sequential serial numbers. Are these worth holding onto? And if so, how unusual is it to find sequential numbers in your change? Thanks for the help!

    Joe
     
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  3. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    It's not unusual to find. In fact, you can pick up new stacks at the bank where the entire bundle is sequential.
     
  4. jterry85

    jterry85 New Member

    Thanks, I wasn't sure but then again I don't really pay attention to US bills that much.
     
  5. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    Before you unload them, post them here in case they are collectible numbers or districts etc..
     
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  6. jterry85

    jterry85 New Member

    Ok, I'll scan them in here in a few minutes.
     
  7. jterry85

    jterry85 New Member

    Here's the bills, since they're only dollars I may just go ahead and hang onto them unless someone else is needing them.

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  8. tbudwiser

    tbudwiser Active Member

    They aren't worth anything to most people, but the FA is something that I have been on the lookout for! I've been trying to get my CHCU 2009 $1 'A' block set going and FA is currently one of the blocks that I need to get it finished. I'm going to PM you...

    -Travis
     
  9. Dr Kegg

    Dr Kegg Star Note Fanatic

    Hey Travis, how has the district set been going? I haven't seen any "A" blocks worth PM'ing you about unfortunately. :(
     
  10. jterry85

    jterry85 New Member

    What exactly is a district set? I've never really looked at US notes before now and now I'm interested, lol.
     
  11. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Innocent bystander Supporter

    A district set includes all the districts printed for a specific series and denomination. Usually A through L (1-12).
     
  12. jterry85

    jterry85 New Member

    Ok cool! Now I have one more reason to go through all my wife's change! :D
     
  13. Dr Kegg

    Dr Kegg Star Note Fanatic

    For my district set of 2009 $1 notes, I have all of the districts, and most of the star notes. Only the newest District stars are missing from this set. When I do sets, I like to have all of the notes from the districts including stars.
     
  14. jterry85

    jterry85 New Member

    So you do a set by year then? As in collecting a $1 bill from every district for 2009? Sorry if these seem dumb, I'm just trying to figure it out because one of the things I love most about this hobby is collecting through my pocket change.
     
  15. Dr Kegg

    Dr Kegg Star Note Fanatic

    No worries about asking questions! That's what the forum is all about. A district set would be one note from each district for the series that is released. In this case, I collected all the $1 notes from the new 2009 series notes. It isn't based on the physical year you collect the notes, but on the series itself.
     
  16. Hesimonds

    Hesimonds New Member

    Hello, we have 100 uncurculated 2009 series district b/j's $1 bills in sequential order. Can anyone tell me their approximate value?
     
  17. SteveInTampa

    SteveInTampa Innocent bystander Supporter

    Unless some of the notes have fancy serial numbers, I'd be hard pressed to value them more than face value ($100). Some of the larger banks distribute new packs of $1's on an everyday basis.



    [edit] Why would you think they would have any added premium @Hesimonds ?
     
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  18. hotwheelsearl

    hotwheelsearl Cheap B-Tard

    The way I collect modern bills is - find one example of each district, from each series.
    So I'll try to put together a set of, say 1988-2013 $1, with districts A-L.
    Being from San Diego, I have a near-complete set of "L" districts starting from like 1985 or so.
     
  19. Randy parker

    Randy parker New Member

    I have 4 one dollar bills that are I sequence,
    E50918497C thru E50918500C any value to this other than a dollar each.
     
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