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Question about modern bills

A relative of mine passed away. I was given several Tupperware tubs from their safe. They are full of Morgan dollars, Peace dollars, silver Kennedy half’s, gold and silver bullion and some currency. The currency includes one dollar silver certificates, some one dollar large size bills, and two dollars bills. There was also four groups of hundred dollar bills. The hundred dollar bills are newer 2006 series bills. They are crisp, uncirculated and in serial number order. The groups are as small as 6 bills to 17 bills . The serial numbers are in sequence but not special, not star notes or repeaters.
Everything else in the boxes is collectiable in some way. However, I can’t see how the hundred dollar bills are anything more than just hundred dollar bills. Are group of modern bills in serial number order worth anything extra?

Thanks for any input.

Collecting Peace Dollars and Modern Crap.


  • Steve_in_TampaSteve_in_Tampa Posts: 1,737 ✭✭✭✭✭

    In a word, no.
    Modern, new U.S.currency is distributed in consecutive packs. It’s perfectly normal for new notes to be consecutive.

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