Do folks do currency hunting like they do coin roll hunting? Like all the years/letters of $1 bills?
Okay, so for the past couple of months I've been coin roll hunting (or CRH for short) trying to get all the years/mintmarks of pennies/nickels/dimes/quarters (and if I'm super lucky I might occasionally get to CRH halves or dollar coins) and fill in as many of the holes in the albums as you can?
Well I've been thinking about doing something similar with $1 bills. That is, just like CRH trying to get all the years/letters I can. Or at the very least I can just stick with only the A's (Boston) to match where my late wife comes from. Or am I not nearly as likely to get any older bills as unlike coins, $1 bills wear out much more easily and are "retired" after only a few years?
Does anyone here actually do currency hunting (say, buy a pack or half a pack of $1 bills face value from your local bank/credit union and trying to get all the years/Fed Reserve Bank letters you can) like folks do coin roll hunting?
PS: Just so everyone knows, I'm not talking about serial number hunting...everyone here knows about that.
Dimes: 55P+D, 54S, 53S, 52S, 50S, 49D+S, 47S, 46S, 45D+S, 44S, 43D, 41S, 40D+S, 39D+S, 38D+S, 37D+S, 36S, 35D+S, all 16-34's
Quarters: 61D, 52S, 47S, 46S, 40S, 39S, 38S, 37D+S, 36D+S, 35D, 34D, 32D+S
74 Topps: 37,38,46,47,48,138,151,193,210,214,223,241,256,264,268,277,289,316,435,552,570,577,592,602,610,654,655
1997 Finest silver: 115, 135, 139, 145, 310
1995 Ultra Gold Medallion Sets: Golden Prospects, HR Kings, On-Base Leaders, Power Plus, RBI Kings, Rising Stars