LOW SERIAL NUMBERS
We consider a low serial number  a note with Six or more Zero's before the serial number. 000000XX ( Under Ten Thousand. ) The first #200 notes are normally destroyed on a block run. Or star note run. The serial #00000002 (non star) is normally used as a test sheet, (After series 1981).  The BEP will stop the press and inspect the sheet.  Proper alignment, ink, plates if there all a go to begin the printing process.  At serial #20000 the press is stopped again.
Serial's ending with five or more zero's are also test sheets. 98 percent of the time they are replaced with star notes. The First District printed of each block ending with an (A) Suffix Serial #1 note (non star) is now stored at the BEP since the 2003A Series. With normal printing block runs exceeding 96000000 Million. Finding a serial number under 10000 is very tuff to come by, let alone Gem Uncirculated.
FlASHBACK: In 1998 Gem Uncirculated  Modern Serial #1 notes were Selling for $3000.00

2006A$100.00P.M.G#66EPQ
KB00000001P NEW YORK DISTRICT$SOLD
1-4 Known Serial #1 big head $100's containing a serial #1 to ever come about. This one marks number #4.  This find is the first in 10 years to come forward. This hundred is the last series ever printed for it's design, which is the 2006A Series. There are about #7 total non star serial #1 notes known in the census from 1928 Series to present. Chances are very slim on finding another serial #1 on a $100.00 entering the marketplace in the next ten years. Note grades GEM-UNCIRCULATED.  Original note from the pack it was in. Gorgeous note! Serial #2 was replaced with a common star note which is normal as the serial #2 sheet is used for test purposes. Serial #3 to #50 are in stock as well from this print run.
1969
$100.00
VF +
K00000001* DALLAS DISTRICT
$SOLD

One of just three SERIAL #1 STARS to exist on a $100.00. A Dallas District leaving nothing but ZERO'S an ONE'S.  The serial #2 star from this run came about in an old Hickman an Oakes catalog in 1980 selling for $250.00. Lindquist an Schwartz list's the lowest serial number from this block K2*. Just 128,000 stars were produced. A block buster serial #1 note to come about. A 1934 Series L1* Exist's in VF. Which was last offered at $175,000.00. The 1934 $100.00 D1* we sold from our website a few years back for over $100,000.00.
 A Monster serial #1 STAR offered.
2001
$50.00
P.C.G.S #67PPQ
CE00000001*
$SOLD

640K Printed,  1of 2 known $50.00 Serial #1 STARS ever to have been offered to the collecting fraternity. Other $50.00 sn #1 is a VF.  This note has monster margins, brillant gem uncirculated grade. P.C.G.S #67PPQ. Killer note!

1934 L.G.S
$20.00 D
CH-AU
C00000001A PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT
$17,000.00

A very nice early light green seal serial one note. Small smudge keep this note from choice uncirculated.
1934 L.G.S
$10.00
P.M.G #58EPQ
C00000001A PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT $17,000.00

Goes really nice with the $20.00 above. A light green seal early series SERIAL #1. GO AHEAD FIND ANOTHER?
2006
$1.00
VF/XF
G00000001H  CHICAGO DISTRICT
$SOLD


Serial #1. Afordable! A circulated VERY FINE TO EXTRA FINE graded note. Problem free......
2006A$100.00CH-CUKB00000003P NEW YORK DISTRICT$SOLD
Super low serial single digit #3.  Nice embossing.... Choice grade. Big head series $100.00
2006
$5.00
P.C.G.S #68PPQ
IA00000003* BOSTON STAR
$2750.00

Serial #3 Star on a purple $5.00. The third serial number printed on the first star note run ever. Graded super high P.C.G.S #68PPQ
2004A
$20.00
P.C.G.S #65PPQ
GA00000005* BOSTON DISTRICT
$1550.00

Super low serial number #5 STAR. Coming from the Boston District. 5th Serial printed...... G-A00000005*

2001
$50.00
P.C.G.S#66PPQ
CE00000005*  RICHMOND DISTRICT
$2300.00

Five alive is all serious here.......    Perfect matching district serial #5 coming from the Richmond District. CE-5* Just 640k printed.
1950
$5.00
P.M.G #65EPQ
B00000005A NEW YORK DISTRICT
$1675.00

1950--$5.00--SERIAL #5  GRADED #65  PPQ TOO. Lovely note by far the best!  Early series note.
2006A$100.00CH-CUKB00000011-50P  NEW YORK DISTRICT $PRICES
Serial #3 to #50. If you collect double digit serial numbers or single digit serial numbers, You are more than likely in need of a $100.00 to complete your denomination set. One hundred dollar low serial numbers are much more scarcer than a low serial number on a $1.00 or $20.00 or for that reason even a $5.00 an $10.00.  We see #5-7 serial #1 notes or say packs come to the market every year on other denominations. These hundred dollar first packs never see get the light of day, there destroyed. They are printed in there own area an more secured that any other denomination during printing. This is the first time in 10 YEARS a serial #1 has escaped the hands of the BEP. The prices here are very conservative.
2006A$100.00P.M.G #65EPQ
KB00000014P NEW YORK DISTRICT$550.00
2006A$100.00P.M.G #64EPQ
KB00000015P NEW YORK DISTRICT$550.00
2006A$100.00P.M.G #66EPQKB00000016P NEW YORK DISTRICT$525.00
2006A$100.00P.M.G #65EPQKB00000018P NEW YORK DISTRICT$525.00
2006A$100.00P.M.G #66EPQKB00000020P NEW YORK DISTRICT$550.00
2006A$100.00P.M.G #64EPQKB00000024P NEW YORK DISTRICT$450.00
2006A$100.00P.M.G #65EPQKB00000025P NEW YORK DISTRICT$450.00
2006A$100.00P.M.G #64EPQKB00000026P NEW YORK DISTRICT$450.00
2006A$100.00P.M.G #64EPQKB00000028P NEW YORK DISTRICT$450.00
2006A$100.00GEM-CUKB00000038P NEW YORK DISTRICT$400.00
2006A$100.00GEM-CUKB00000041P NEW YORK DISTRICT$350.00
2006A$100.00GEM-CUKB00000042P NEW YORK DISTRICT$350.00
2006A$100.00GEM-CUKB00000043P NEW YORK DISTRICT$350.00
2006A$100.00GEM-CUKB00000044P NEW YORK DISTRICT$400.00
2006A$100.00GEM-CUKB00000045P NEW YORK DISTRICT$350.00
2006A$100.00GEM-CUKB00000046P NEW YORK DISTRICT$350.00
2006A$100.00GEM-CUKB00000049P NEW YORK DISTRICT$350.00
1928
$10.00
CU
C00000013-00000024A UNCUT SHEET OF #12
$SOLD

Here's the 2nd sheet ever printed on 1928 Series $10.00 FRN'S from the Philadelphia District. A rare sheet to find uncut. These sheets were printed on #12. This is a very well kept sheet that has a fold down the middle in between the sheet. We graded the sheet *CU* with the slightest touch of handling. A rare sheet to ever come across.
2006
$5.00
P.C.G.S #67PPQ
IA00000026* BOSTON DISTRICT
$420.00

Low serial #26 STAR from the first boston print run of stars on purple $5.00's.
1999
$100.00 T
GEMS
BB00000211-212* STAR PAIR
$1000.00

Super low three digit serial number stars. Consecutive pair.
1999
$10.00 T
GEMS T
BL00000301-400A *FULL PACK*
$6250.00

1999 Series ten dollar bep banded pack. Well worth $75.00 a note. #100 notes in count. #2 Notes #324-325 were replaced with STARS.-  1999 $10.00 BC*'
2004A
$10.00
P.C.G.S #68PPQ
GF00000894* STAR ATLANTA DISTRICT
$485.00

JUST #13 in this grade from pop reports. This is one of just #9600 ever printed. A great note to put away.
2001
$50.00
GEM-CU
CE00001515*  RICHMOND DISTRICT
$225.00

Only 640k Printed. This note was one of #3700 pulled from the BEP for there promotion. SEMI-REPEATER STAR.
HIGH RARE SERIAL NUMBERS
We also consider a RARE serial number that has not been printed since 1981 Series with Six or more Zero's after the serial number. These notes have not been seen since 1981 Series. Changes from there printing presses resulting in this. Bep printing process will not allow these notes to come forward, they are replaced with star notes within the packs.
FlASHBACK: In 1998 Gem Uncirculated Modern 10000000 STAR sold for $4000.00

SOLID SERIAL NUMBERS/SEMI SOLID SERIAL NUMBERS
Would you call this the Perfect RADAR? Unlikely, but twenty years ago that's what they were called. The serial number ended both ways. Today there call SOLID'S. A Solid serial number must consist of EIGHT digit's being the same.  With 1's , 7's, 8's, 9's , being the most popular. Prices can jump all over. Depending on Denomination, Series. $2.00-$50.00-$100.00 are always in demand.  There tuff to come by. Solid 9's on any denomination of FRN'S is downright RARE. $25,000.00 is the going rate on an FRN.  Semi Solid's are mainly used as either a low serial or if your trying to but a progressive set together 00000333-00003333-00033333.
FLASHBACK: In 1998 Gem Uncirculated Modern Solid Serial Numbers were selling for $800.00.
1928A
$5.00
CH-CU G11111111A     CHICAGO DISTRICT
$P.O.R

Original, Near GEM. The best solid serial number you could want. First solid serial number known on Small Size FRN  Us Currency. Unreal......By far.
2001$5.00GEMB22222222B NEW YORK DISTRICT$1500.00
Talk about a note. B-B Block from the New York District.. B-2   Perfect solid serial number!
1928A
$5.00
AU
G33333333A CHICAGO DISTRICT
$6400.00

One of four known 28 series frn's FOR THE ENTIRE series, All Denomintions...... A rare and historical SOLID SERIAL NUMBER.
1977A
$1.00
P.C.G.S #64PPQ
H66666666C ST LOUIS DISTRICT $1275.00

Early series 77A solid 6's.... Straight eight 6's.
2006
$1.00
P.C.G.S #67PPQ
A88888888A BOSTON DISTRICT
$SOLD


How many times do you get to a chance to purchase a A-A Block Solid 8's? What a note!
2003
$5.00
P.C.G.S #66PPQ
DF88888888A ATLANTA DISTRICT
$SOLD

Solid 8's on a BIG HEAD small size $5.00..... From the first Atlanta block run F-A.
2006
$100.00
P.C.G.S 66PPQ
HB88888888Q NEW YORK DISTRICT
$SOLD

Rare an desirable solid that only exist's on #3 $100.00's. The most important modern day solid serial number to aquire!
2003A
$2.00
P.C.G.S #64PPQ
H88888888C ST LOUIS DISTRICT
$SOLD


Yes... Imagine that! A solid 8's on the 8th district of a $2.00 FRN. Since 1928 Series there has never been an offering of any SOLID 8'S on $2.00 notes. This note comes from a special print run by the BEP. Just 9000 notes were printed. Only three other runs  were printed. H-C H-D-H-E Blocks. A very rare solid serial number. There are #2 solid 9's known on 2003a series $2.00 frn's both are being offered at $25,000.00 each. This proves to be a bargain at the listed price.
2003A
$2.00
P.C.G.S #65PPQ
H88888888E ST LOUIS DISTRICT
$SOLD


Matching District Solid 8's H-8 in a P.C.G.S #65PPQ Holder. A rare solid 8's to come about on a $2.00 FRN. Last one sold for nearly $10,000.00
1999$10.00GEMBB88888888B NEW YORK DISTRICT$SOLD
B-B-B Block. What a solid serial number. Talk about a standout note. The B's look like 8's. TRIPLE B!
2003A
$2.00
CH/GEM
C99999999B   **UNCUT SHEET**
$SOLD
2003A Series $2.00 Federal Reserve Notes coming from the Philadelphia District. A #32 Subject Sheet. "UNCUT".
  Yes this sheet was never cut up. Not #16 nor #8 or #4. A perfect original Uncut sheet from the press room.
There are three SOLID 9'S known on $2.00 Frn's. From 1976 Series to Present. The sheets are sold past 96 million on a block run. Since 1981 series those sheets coming up over 99 million have been destroyed. Mainly the sheets ending in four NINES. No other solid 9's has existed untill the 2003A series. There has been #1 solid nines known on a $1.00 an three total on $2.00 Frn's. Only four have left the BEP since they were printed for that series.
To date, both the J-A Block & B-B Block were cut up from the sheet an sold. One of them is being offered by Ma Currrency for $25,000.00 "Just the Single Note".
  This is a CH/GEM Uncirculated sheet. It's the only one that has ever been offered as untouched an not cut up. This sheet comes with some great fancy numbers. On this very sheet are two, two digit radars as well as seven, seven of a kind serial numbers.

#2 RADARS=  99955999  99911999  Valued at $700.00 Each.
#7 SEVEN OF A KIND=  99939999  99959999  99899999  99991999  99995999  99979999  99919999  Valued at $300.00 Each.
Remarkably one of the best $2.00 Sheets that has ever been offered in the collecting community. BY FAR  This sheet comes encased in a hard plastic folding holder.
That's a legendary SOLID 9'S, #2 TWO DIGIT RADARS, #7 SEVEN OF A KIND SERIAL NUMBERS.
LADDER SERIAL NUMBERS/SPECIMEN NOTES
Big difference between "TRUE LADDERS" and regular ladders. True ladders must end with a 1 or 8.  Forward or backwards. 12345678 or 87654321. Depending on series and denomination $2.00-$50.00-$100.00 can be worth a lot more than $1.00-$5.00-$10.00-$20.00's. Regular ladder serial numbers are 23456789-12345670-07654321. Rare ladders they no longer print this high 98765432 can be worth double the price of a normal ladder. Ladder serial numbers have been saved for over 125 years. William Donlon used a 1928 $2.00 A00000123A for years on his catalogs. Albert A Grinnell carried the two lowest non star serial 123's on 1928 $10.00 and $20.00 Dollar Gold Certificates.
FLASHBACK: In 1998 Gem Uncirculated "TRUE LADDERS" 12345678  sold for $700.00

Specimen Notes feature ladder serial numbers. They also feature serial 0's. Specimen notes are used overseas for country's to view our currency before it's distributed. Every time there is a signature change, design change on a note,  sheets are made up and shipped out overseas.  Stamped the word specimen in red on the note. Many of these notes make there way back to the states.  The LEGAL specimens are printed on both sides. (Must be less than 1996 series). ILLEGAL specimens are printed on (One Side Only) Blank on one side, many carry the words "specimen non negotiable" on one side. The bep believes these notes that are in collectors hands are STOLEN.  The bep believes that these notes did not carry a (RELEASE DATE). Therefore they are there property and want them back. Usarare Suspects there are #200 or more within the collecting fraternity.  Today these notes are sold privately.
FLASHBACK: In 1998 Gem Uncirculated Illegal and Legal specimens sold for $12,000 in Public Auction.
2009
$5.00
P.M.G #66EPQ
JF87654321A  ATLANTA DISTRICT
$1450.00

Awesome perfect margins Downladder on a Purple $5.00. Fresh from the first block run F-A.

2001
$50.00 T
GEMS
CI00023456A-CK00023456A
$950.00

Matching serial numbers as well as series.

REPEATER SERIAL NUMBERS
Four digit, three digit, most all of all Two digit Repeaters. The more serial numbers within the serial number that do not match are far less common. Example a four digit serial number 19421942 and three digit 19941994 are very common, worth a few dollars over face value.  Unless it's an early series, $2.00 or a Star. Two digit repeaters are an exception, they are the ones worthy unless it's a rare series, star,  $2.00-$50.00-$100.00 it could be worth $100's of dollars.  These notes are widley used in repeater sets. Starting with 01010101 working there way to 98989898.
FLASHBACK: In 1998 Gem Uncirculated One Dollar Two Digit 19191919 Repeaters sold for $40.00.
2009$5.00GEM-CUIB92929292B NEW YORK DISTRICT$120.00
Matching B-B block perfect #92 repeater serial number
2009$5.00GEM-CUIB93939393B NEW YORK DISTRICT$120.00
Matching B-B block perfect #93 repeater serial number
1999
$20.00
P.C.G.S #67PPQ + 65PPQ
BL03030303*-BB03030303E
$1425.00

DYNAMITE PAIR!  STAR AN NON STAR -SAME SERIES, SAME DENOM, SAME SERIAL.  Non star grades 65PPQ Star grades 67PPQ. Only a handful on ABABABAB repeater STARS exist.
2003
$2.00
GEM
I44774477A  MINNEAPOLIS DISTRICT $155.00


RADAR SERIAL NUMBERS
The term "RADAR" says it all. A serial number that reads the same forward and backwards. While four digit radars and three digit radars are far less common and found many times in change today on modern day money. Early series, star, or $2.00-$50.00-$100.00 still can be worth a premium today on three and four digit radars. The best and most kept radars are *GEM UNCIRCULATED* and are two digit serial numbers.  Example 000011000 which would be the first radar printed on a block run. Zero and the digit are the most popular today.  Radars have been, and always have been the key to collecting "FANCY SERIAL NUMBERS" 9 times out of 10 your first purchase while collecting fancy serial numbers "RADAR".
FLASHBACK: In 1998 Gem Uncirculated One Dollar Two Digit 611111116 Radars sold for $30.00
EVEN RADARS----ZERO Radars:  One of the most popular radar serial numbers to exist for the new Century.  Even number radar. Add the numbers within the serial number, they add up to an even number. These radars are very popular, much higher in price than your normal two digit radar.  When these radars end with a star they bring double in price.
2001$10.00GEM-CUCB00800800B NEW YORK DISTRICT$SOLD
Matching block letters.
2006$1.00GEM-CUB00800800M NEW YORK DISTRICT$SOLD
This one surely matches the few below.
2006$100.00GEM-CUHA00011000B BOSTON DISTRICT$700.00
1st Radar printed for the block run. A-1 Nothing but 0'S an 1's.  Over the top for a $100.00.
2006$1.00GEM-CUB09999990L NEW YORK DISTRICT$225.00
Middle solid radar always special while containg nines.  What a note.
2003A$5.00GEM-CUFB00044000C NEW YORK DISTRICT$165.00
4th radar printed for this block run. An exceptional note.
1974
$1.00
V-CH-CU
C00055000E  PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT
$125.00

5th radar printed......
2009
$50.00
P.C.G.S #67PPQ
JG00077000* CHICAGO DISTRICT
$1375.00

The ultimate radar star. A nex gen $50.00 matching district G-7. Graded a #67PPQ.  Talk about a stand out note!
Two Digit NON zero radars. 
SEVEN OF A KIND/SEVEN STRAIGHT./BINARY/FANCY SERIALS
Fancy serial numbers, matching serial numbers, seven digits that match. Binary serial numbers that contain nothing but two digits on the serial.
1934C
$20.00
P.C.G.S #40PPQ
F00770000*  ATLANTA DISTRICT
$SOLD

Tuff fancy serial numbered star. Plenty of zero's....   34C SERIES!
1995
$2.00
GEM-CU
A-L DISTRICT SET SAME SERIAL 20000200*
$2000.00

Premium Millennium District set. One of #2000 made by the BEP. This is the 200th printed set. Nothing but 0-2's. An $2.00 Bills.
2003A$2.00P.C.G.S #67PPQB99939999B NEW YORK DISTRICT$SOLD
Seven nines within the serial number. Matching B-B BLOCK. Awesome note!
2003A$2.00P.C.G.S #66PPQB99959999B NEW YORK DISTRICT $285.00
Seven nines within the serial number. Matching B-B BLOCK. Awesome note!
2003A$2.00P.C.G.S #66PPQB99979999B NEW YORK DISTRICT $285.00
Seven nines within the serial number. Matching B-B BLOCK. Awesome note!

$1000.00 SERIES 1928-1934-A
The $1000 bill featured Grover Cleveland on the front and the words "One Thousand Dollars" on the back. It was printed as a small-size Federal Reserve Note in 1928, 1934 and 1934A, and a small-size Gold Certificate in 1928 and 1934. It is equal to $12,700 in 2010 dollars. AS of May 30, 2009, there are 165,372 $1,000 bills still being used.


1928  *GOLD*
$1000.00
P.M.G #55 EPQ
A00106635A $SOLD



$500.00 SERIES 1928-1934-A
The $500 bill featured William McKinley on the front and the words "Five Hundred Dollars" on the back. It was released as a small-size Federal Reserve Note in 1928, 1934 and 1934A, and a small-size Gold Certificate in 1928. It is equal to $6,350 in 2010 dollars.
1928 $500.00 P.M.G #20 F00000070A  ATLANTA DISTRICT $3900.00

Super low serial number #70. On a 28 series $500.00. What a re the chances.... Just 69,000 printed.
1934
$500.00
P.M.G #58EPQ
G00015373A CHICAGO DISTRICT
$2450.00

Light green seal, an surely it's pretty. Original note with great color an embossing.
$100.00 SERIES 1928 TO PRESENT
The time on the clock according to the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing, shows approximately 4:10. The numeral four on the clock face is incorrectly written as "IV" whereas the real Independence Hall clock face has "IIII". (See Roman numerals in clocks.) The bill is one of two current notes that does not feature a President of the United States; the other is the United States ten-dollar bill, featuring Alexander Hamilton. It is the largest denomination that has been in circulation since July 14, 1969, when the higher denominations of $500, $1,000, $5,000, $10,000 and $100,000 were retired. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing says the average life of a $100 bill in circulation is 60 months (5 years) before it is replaced due to wear.

1928A$100.00P.C.G.S #58PPQC00442759A PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT$325.00
1928
$100.00 J
P.M.G #15
G00000098*      CHICAGO DISTRICT $1575.00

Low two digit star. As noted on the holder attached bottom margin piece.
1969A
$100.00
P.C.G.S 65PPQ
F00175554* ATLANTA DISTRICT
$925.00

Just 64,000 star printed for this short atlanta print run.
1981A
$100.00
P.C.G.S #65PPQ
L01297817*  SAN FRAN DISTRICT
$1500.00

P.C.G.S #2 NONE HIGHER   P.M.G #0 NONE HIGHER  *TIED FINEST*
$50.00 SERIES 1928 TO PRESENT
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing says the "average life" of a $50 bill in circulation is 55 months before it is replaced due to wear. Approximately 5% of all notes printed today are $50 bills. They are delivered by Federal Reserve Banks in brown straps.


1928A
$50.00
P.C.G.S #65PPQ
C00894387A PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT
$415.00

Gem holdered 28A series. Nice embossing on this one.
$20.00 SERIES TO PRESENT
The twenty-dollar bill in the past was referred to as a "double-sawbuck" because it is twice the value of a ten-dollar bill, which was nicknamed a "sawbuck" due to the resemblance the Roman numeral for ten (X) bears to the legs of a sawbuck, although this usage had largely fallen out of favor by the 1980s. The twenty dollar gold coin was known as a "double eagle". Rather than a nickname, this nomenclature was specified by an act of Congress.
1928 $20.00 J CH-CU A00000030A BOSTON DISTRICT $3800.00

WOW From the 3rd sheet printed and listed in schwartz and oakes at $2500.00 each. $6000.00 for a regular serial number PMG #65 in 4-2008 heritage sale.
1928
$20.00
P.C.G.S #66PPQ F03427461A  ATLANTA DISTRICT
$590.00

Crazy superb gem Atlanta

1928$20.00P.M.G #65EPQH01881217A ST LOUIS DISTRICT$455.00
High grade St Louis District
1928
$20.00
P.M.G #66EPQ
J02399913A KANSAS CITY DISTRICT
$450.00

Superb gem Kansas City.
1934
$20.00
CH-CU
J01661545-50A    KANSAS CITY DISTRICT
$SOLD

Bright light green seal half cut sheet.  (6 NOTES)
$10.00 SERIES 1928 TO PRESENT
The source of the face on the $10 bill is John Trumbull’s 1805 portrait of Hamilton that belongs to the portrait collection of New York City Hall. The $10 bill is the only U.S. paper currency in circulation in which the portrait faces to the left (the $100,000 bill features a portrait of Woodrow Wilson facing to the left, but was used only for intra-government transactions).

1928$10.00P.M.G #64EPQJ04291221A KANSAS CITY DISTRICT$SOLD

1928A$10.00P.C.G.S #64PPQG14523180A CHICAGO DISTRICT$SOLD
1928B
$10.00
CH-CU
G28152259-62A   CHICAGO DISTRICT $480.00

Four consectutive dark green seals.

1928C
$10.00
P.C.G.S #45PPQ
G54062662A CHICAGO DISTRICT
$400.00

Much more tuffer 28c series LGS. Grades all original XF/AU.

1934C$10.00P.C.G.S #66PPQB06667668* NEW YORK DISTRICT$655.00
Highest graded by P.C.G.S #66PPQ. Tied for finest P.M.G 66.    Last reported 65 realized $499.38 4-2013 Heritage

1934C$10.00P.C.G.S #64PPQB06667669* NEW YORK DISTRICT$390.00
Nice choice uncirculated wide face STAR. Goes with note below. Great pair?

1934C$10.00P.C.G.S #64PPQB06667670* NEW YORK DISTRICT $SOLD
Nice choice uncirculated wide face STAR. Goes with note above. Great pair?
$5.00 SERIES 1928 TO PRESENT
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing says the average life of a $5 bill in circulation is 16 months before it is replaced due to wear. Approximately 9 percent of all paper currency produced by the U.S. Treasury's Bureau of Engraving and Printing today are $5 bills.



$2.00 SERIES 1976-1995-2003-A
The bill was discontinued in 1966, but was reintroduced 10 years later as part of the United States Bicentennial celebrations. Today, however, it is rarely seen in circulation and actual use. Production of the note is the lowest of U.S. paper money: under 1% of all notes currently produced are $2 bills. This comparative scarcity in circulation, coupled with a lack of public awareness that the bill is still in circulation, has also inspired urban legends and, on a few occasions, created problems for people trying to use the bill to make purchases.
1976 $2.00
GEM-CU  #PACK I00135801-900* MINNEAPOLIS DISTRICT $SOLD


Key issue for stars! 640k printed. 40th note has a major ink smear to boot!  Full #100 in count pack. Impressive. One of two intact packs ever to come about. The other sold for $16,000.00 at heritage auctions. 
$1.00 SERIES 1963 TO PRESENT
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing says the average life of a $1 bill in circulation is 21 months before it is replaced due to wear. Approximately 45% of all U.S. currency produced today are one-dollar bills. All $1 bills produced today are Federal Reserve Notes. One-dollar bills are delivered by Federal Reserve Banks in blue straps.


PICTURES WILL FOLLOW..... OR UPON REQUEST.



1963
$1.00
GEM-CU
DISTRICT SET A-L  *STARS*
$SOLD
1 SET OF #12



1963
$1.00
GEM-CU
C00225242*
$8.00
8 IN STOCK



1963
$1.00
GEM-CU
G07139339A
$6.00
1 IN STOCK



1963A
$1.00
GEM-CU
C17021933* - C02086258*
$8.00
19 IN STOCK



1963A
$1.00
GEM-CU
C96632333A
$6.00
3 IN STOCK



1963A
$1.00
GEM-CU
C04908949B
$5.00
8 IN STOCK



1963A
$1.00
GEM-CU
C10101431C
$6.00
1 IN STOCK



1963A
$1.00
GEM-CU
C63300633D
$9.00
1 IN STOCK



1963B
$1.00
GEM-CU
LF-GI-EF-BG-BH-EG-GH-JC-LG ALL END #560
$63.00
9 NOTE SET



1963B
$1.00
GEM-CU
BG-BH-EF-GH-GI-JC-LF-LG ALL END #561
$56.00
8 NOTE SET



1963B
$1.00
GEM-CU
BH-EG-GI-JC-LG
$30.00
5 NOTE SET



1963B
$1.00
GEM-CU
G27107510I
$6.00
10 IN STOCK



1963B
$1.00
GEM-CU
L*G*E*B*
$80.00
4 NOTE SET



1963B
$1.00
GEM-CU
L*G*B*E* BG-BH-EF-EG-GH-GI-JC-LF-LG
$135.00
13 NOTE SET



1969
$1.00
GEM-CU
B72475305B
$5.00
1 IN STOCK



1969
$1.00
GEM-CU
C36390363A
$4.00
30 IN STOCK



1969A
$1.00
GEM-CU
C69682486A
$5.00
15 IN STOCK



1969B
$1.00
GEM-CU
C15160415B
$4.00
1 IN STOCK



1969B
$1.00
GEM-CU
I13733846A
$4.00
4 IN STOCK



1969D
$1.00
GEM-CU
C01575271A
$5.00
1 IN STOCK



1969D
$1.00
CU
C12205467C
$4.00
1 IN STOCK



1969D
$1.00
GEM-CU
E17295182A
$5.00
1 IN STOCK



1974
$1.00
CH-AU
C00917827*
$5.00
4 IN STOCK



1977
$1.00
GEM-CU
AA-BA-CA-DA-EA-FA-GA-HA-IA-JA-KA-LA
$72.00
1 SET OF #12



1977
$1.00
CH-AU
C02441225*
$4.00
2 IN STOCK



1977A
$1.00
CH-CU
C22212300D-C73578984D
$4.00
3 IN STOCK



1981
$1.00
GEM-CU
C42821088A-C69906080A $3.00
30 IN STOCK



1981
$1.00
AU
C75550522B
$3.00
1 IN STOCK



1981
$1.00
GEM-CU
D87668664B
$4.00
1 IN STOCK



1981
$1.00
CH-AU
F31381988F
$3.00
1 IN STOCK



1981A
$1.00
CU
B13868429*
$11.00
2 IN STOCK



1981A
$1.00
CH-CU
E04097092*
$15.00
2 IN STOCK



1985
$1.00
GEM-CU
C21884412A
$4.00
5 IN STOCK



1988A
$1.00
GEM-CU
L03097729*
$8.00
1 IN STOCK