Trading fancy number

Hello everybody, i'm finding super repeater/low serial (any value) as below:

  • #39393939/79797979/86868686/68686868
  • 00000039/79/68/86

    I have some super repeat, near solid for swap or selling:

  • 15555551: 180$

  • 54444445: 200$
  • 77707777: 180$
    (paypal only and free ship over the world)


Comments

  • PM sent.

  • 77707777 - sold

  • update new one for selling - 180$ (UNC)

  • update new price: 540$ for 4 pcs 100$: 15555551, 54444445, 11141114, 98979695 (unc).

  • Matching Low Serial Number 00000087 $1 2006 - Gem Crisp Uncirculated (2pcs) - 250$

  • pinkleepinklee Posts: 30
    edited May 17, 2017 6:02AM

    Solid Serial Number MF66666666F $20 2013 PMG Gem Uncirculated 67 EPQ - sold.

  • pinkleepinklee Posts: 30
    edited May 17, 2017 6:03AM

    $1 1899 Silver Certificate PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ solid serial V888V - sold.

  • pinkleepinklee Posts: 30
    edited July 1, 2017 5:07PM

    $1 1899 Silver Certificate PCGS Gem New 65PPQ solid serial T1111A - 1800$

  • FancycashcomFancycashcom Posts: 364 ✭✭

    Good prices on the small size. Nice notes

    Specializing in Low, High, Fancy & Matching Serial US Currency, with a special hoard of BEP Premium Sets & Products. Also modern coin rarities.

    Fancycashcom on Ebay: myurl

    fancycashcom@gmail.com
  • gnatgnat Posts: 490 ✭✭✭

    PM sent.

  • PM sent

    Specializing in Low, High, Fancy & Matching Serial US Currency, with a special hoard of BEP Premium Sets & Products. Also modern coin rarities.

    Fancycashcom on Ebay: myurl

    fancycashcom@gmail.com
  • pls check ib. thks

  • pinkleepinklee Posts: 30
    edited July 1, 2017 5:06PM

    $100 54444445, $20 solid 6, $1 solid 8 - sold. thks.

  • Low Serial Number 00000073* $2 1976 Federal Reserve Star Note Choice Crisp Uncirculated - 339$

  • 1981A $1 E78900987C & E78907890C - Radar Ladder & Repeater Ladder Set PCGS 65PPQ

  • pinkleepinklee Posts: 30
    edited July 22, 2017 3:43PM

    1950A $5 Ladder up 34567890 PCGS 64 PPQ - sold

  • sale off: $ 1 1899 solid 1: from 1800$ to 1750$
    $2 1976 low serial 00000073: from $339 to 299$.

  • Pinklee....In regards to some notes you have serial numbers up for sale...I may like to tell you that there is
    no such thing as a near solid. It is either solid it it is not...There are no shades of grey in this business.

    Another regarding your $1 & $100 with 78900987 and LL 54444445 respectively What you have is actually known in the numismatic field as a "RADAR" banknote . This applies to both of these. You will see that the numbers looking from the left and right are the same...If you spell the word R A D A R you will get just that. However what what do you get if you spell it backwards????? These are rarer than star notes but the only problem is that they are not mentioned in any catalogues so many collectors disregarded them....

  • gnatgnat Posts: 490 ✭✭✭

    Fancy serial numbers have become extremely popular in the last 5+ years and in the last couple years, even non-collectors have become aware through popular media that fancy serial number notes can command a premium.

    And, while oz is correct that the 3 $100 at the top of the post are Radars (in fact 15555551 and 54444445 are known as Super Radars), the term "near solid" is also commonly used, but usually for a note with 7 of a kind.

  • gnatgnat Posts: 490 ✭✭✭

    PM Sent

  • 1950A $5 Ladder up 34567890 PCGS 64 PPQ - sold

  • pinkleepinklee Posts: 30
    edited July 29, 2017 3:40PM

    Low Serial Number K00000068A $1 1957 Silver Certificate PCGS Superb Gem New 67PPQ - sold

  • Low Serial Number K00000075A $1 1957 Silver Certificate PCGS Gem New 66PPQ - 220$.

  • Fancy Serial Number AB02030405H $100 1996 Choice Crisp Uncirculated - 175$

  • $2 1976 Radars, Repeaters, and Fancy Numbers. Choice Crisp Uncirculated or Better - $179

  • synchrsynchr Posts: 681 ✭✭✭

    @pinklee said:
    Low Serial Number K00000068A $1 1957 Silver Certificate PCGS Superb Gem New 67PPQ - 220$

    Woody?

  • pinkleepinklee Posts: 30
    edited July 29, 2017 3:42PM

    low serial 00000068 - sold

  • synchrsynchr Posts: 681 ✭✭✭

    I knew Woody would be interested, that guy is focused!

  • This is for pinklee

    Have you got a note with serial number 69696969

    There is an actual note with SEX 696969 and it is
    a $10 from Australia.... I have no idea who has it or
    if it has been worn out with usage...It was minted in
    1967 and the signatures are coombs and randall.

    My brother has SEX 699669 but is not the same in my eyes.
    As you see American notes have 8 numbers and australian have only 6

    Coombs did not last in the treasury long enough for there to
    be enough notes for all the aussie collectors let alone worldwide.
    It quickly changed to Phillips Randall in 1968

    Please dont forger that these notes do not have to be slabbed and in
    UNC condition... They are all UNIQUE ( which means only 1 of )

    In my eyes, the hardest note to be found is a radar....
    The fact they are not noted in any catalogue makes them not sorted
    after but i can assure you once they are published, you watch the price.
    The ration of radars in australian notes is one in every 10,000 minted or
    ( 1/10,000 ) due to having 6 numbers.

    In USA bills, there is 1 in a million as there is 8 digits.

    Attached i have scanned the page in relation to the Aussie $10 notes.
    Please note the QTY of star notes printed and their prices.
    If a coombs randal - ZSD can be valued at $1900.00 ( and has a ratio of 1/232 notes),
    then what should a radar note be on the aussie notes with a ratio of 1/10,000 notes??

    As 232 goes into 10,000 over 43 times, that should make the radar note valued at
    43 x $$1800.00 = $77,400 each!!!!!! - PICTURES BELOW.

    PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A 2011 REFERENCE AND IS 6 YEARS OLD!!!

    if that is the case, then what would the sex note ( sex 696969 )be worth if there
    is 1 per 100,000 in aussie notes and 1 per 10,000,000 notes??

    Both would be unoque, correct???


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