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B45822
What’s it worth guys? I’ve done the research and have seen less rare bills go for a decent amount more. I’ve been told it’s worth $100 but I’m not satisfied because I read sooo many different things I figured I’d post to a forum and see what everyone thinks. Thank you Click image for larger version - Name: A564299D-0E71-4BF2-8FB3-C6EFD33538C2.jpeg, Views: 51, Size: 5.29 MB
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MEC2
Welcome to the forum...

Now the bad news. Not much over face in that condition. If it was say a $1 bill, you'd still get the more interesting serial premium, but that's gonna be eaten up by the face value on this note. Other opinions may differ but I think that take is correct...
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EyesWideShut
If someone offered me $100 for that note in it's present condition they would own it ........
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B45822

Unfortunately the condition is rough! 3 to 4 vertical folds, 2 tiny Tares, 1 corner fold ☹️ 

Well you’ve definitely given the worst news I’ve heard so far. Some Facebook groups I posted on had me all excited!

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EyesWideShut
B45822 wrote:

Unfortunately the condition is rough! 3 to 4 vertical folds, 2 tiny Tares, 1 corner fold ☹️ 

Well you’ve definitely given the worst news I’ve heard so far. Some Facebook groups I posted on had me all excited!



Condition matters !  Did any of the Facebook posters offer to buy it ?
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B45822


Condition matters !  Did any of the Facebook posters offer to buy it ?


Some offers probably 50 bucks. You guys have killed my excitement thanks lol
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hfjacinto
Sadly, I wouldn't give you $20 for it. But I don't collect serial numbers, some do and might give you a little more, but no interest from me.
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Numbersman
Great serial number for sure but not a lot of added value in that condition....more of a cool factor.Likely found in circulation based on the condition,I would ask $50 for it and take the first $40 that came along.
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EyesWideShut
B45822 wrote:


Some offers probably 50 bucks. You guys have killed my excitement thanks lol


Sorry for the "bad news" just being a realist .  Look at the bright side if you got it for face $50 is still a profit .
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B45822


Sorry for the "bad news" just being a realist .  Look at the bright side if you got it for face $50 is still a profit .


True true at that value I’ll just hang on to it. Is currency collectors serial number checker at all accurate? Click image for larger version - Name: ECA434B0-7A73-421C-B7BA-019D6E327C0F.png, Views: 50, Size: 581.77 KB
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EyesWideShut
Can't answer that - I'm going by what I've seen in the marketplace as a dealer of 40 years .
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B45822
Hey I appreciate it guys! 
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TookyBandit

I feel like I’ve seen that note 6 times in the past 24hrs. 

...it’s still worth $40 😃 

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B45822
TookyBandit wrote:

I feel like I’ve seen that note 6 times in the past 24hrs. 

...it’s still worth $40 😃 



yea it’s been around lol
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EyesWideShut
TookyBandit wrote:

I feel like I’ve seen that note 6 times in the past 24hrs. 

...it’s still worth $40 😃 



Yeah , he sure acted like he didn't believe me  . '-)
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B45822


Yeah , he sure acted like he didn't believe me  . '-)


no I believed you I just wanted opinions on using that site to determine the rarity. I’ll definitely be on the search for other fancy bills. Thanks again guys! 
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jdizzle

B45822 wrote:


True true at that value I’ll just hang on to it. Is currency collectors serial number checker at all accurate?

Welcome to the forum! Cool circulation find! 

The “Coolness Index” is just that...using mathematical algorithms to show you mathematically how cool a number is relative to the algorithm. A higher “coolness index” score does not directly relate to value in any way. The serial number is what’s important and in this case, as previously stated, in the been-around-the-block condition, and only seven matching digits (instead of all eight), there isn’t much premium to be had. If it was a Gem Uncirculated note, there would be more of a premium.

If you think it’s cool and acquired it from circulation, it’s a good one to keep for a face value investment. If you don’t think it’s all that cool and you need $20, I’d take $50 for it with a smile...and still be smiling getting $40 for it. 

I’d give you $30 for it, including shipping costs, as my teenager daughter collects notes with cool serial numbers that are cheap...and she’s always on the lookout for them in circulation. But it’s not worth any more to me personally than that. If you can get more elsewhere and want to sell it, definitely go that route.

Enamored with VF-35 and lower grade PPQ/EPQ notes!
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Delistamps
While some folks here also frequent the FB pages (I do) you will find much more accurate, consistent, and valuable advice here. 
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Delistamps
By the way, those Coolness factor calculators are interesting but coolness doesn't drive value. Value has to do with rarity, supply of interested collectors (demand side), condition, and face value. I've always thought it interesting that the high serial radars (above 96000000) sell for less than low, two digit serials even though the rarity is so much greater. That's a function of lower demand. 
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maxcrusha (aka Greg)
that coolness website is a complete joke most times
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maxcrusha (aka Greg)
https://www.ebay.com/itm/2004-20-00-BILL-ALMOST-UNCIRCULATED-SOLIDED-EL04444444I/154043553298?hash=item23ddb61612%3Ag%3AKYkAAOSweYle~59i&fbclid=IwAR3jIWJ2dg-8ol5fljddOf-MrOV27SuaACSNx6Lk9POvdbqAA0HvTCDGnDQ
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maxcrusha (aka Greg)
ps:  less rare $1's go for more than 04444444 $20's because the $20 bill is largely unpopular...  and a $1 with 04444444 would sell for 1.5X a $20 in my opinion
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