Is my collection worth anything?

KoviKovi Posts: 7
edited January 24, 2017 12:07AM in U.S. & World Currency Forum

Update I found more bills today in my wallet~
I have a, small collection here, of some bills i pulled from the bank, i Know 2$ bills arnt worth anything however i decided to just go though all i get and pull out the ones with the interesting serial numbers. How much would this be worth if i sold it around and such?

I'm hoping i can like, idk, get some help from the pros eh?

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  • coinpro76coinpro76 Posts: 160 ✭✭✭

    It is a 2003 very common note Especially in circulated condition.
    If you are looking for the better modern notes to set aside look for notes that have a star before the serial number.
    You should visit a local coin dealer and pick up a catalogue on US paper money, it is a good way to start you can look up any note and know which ones are the ones to look out for.
    Most 2 dollars notes are fairly common, I live in Canada and I can sell you bundles.

    Family owned and operated Coin Dealer Based in Canada

  • KoviKovi Posts: 7
    edited January 23, 2017 10:29PM

    @coinpro76 said:
    It is a 2003 very common note Especially in circulated condition.
    If you are looking for the better modern notes to set aside look for notes that have a star before the serial number.
    You should visit a local coin dealer and pick up a catalogue on US paper money, it is a good way to start you can look up any note and know which ones are the ones to look out for.
    Most 2 dollars notes are fairly common, I live in Canada and I can sell you bundles.

    I updated the post-

  • coinpro76coinpro76 Posts: 160 ✭✭✭
    edited January 24, 2017 7:55PM

    A little research goes a long way also buy a catalog there is loads of information in there.
    Best way to start learning and enjoying numismatics. Goodluck kid

    Family owned and operated Coin Dealer Based in Canada

  • TookybanditTookybandit Posts: 3,201 ✭✭✭

    The $1 silver certificate is worth $1.25 the others are face value. Thanks for sharing and keep hunting!

  • synchrsynchr Posts: 697 ✭✭✭

    I can't see the 1957-B very well but there was a variety that I'm not sure I see.

    Look at the first letter in the serial number, sometimes an M or W would get inserted upside down as a wrong substitue.

    Is the "W" in the serial truly a "W" or is it an upside down "M"?
    Can't really tell from the image and kinda see something...

  • gnatgnat Posts: 501 ✭✭✭
    edited January 24, 2017 7:25PM

    @Tookybandit said:
    The $1 silver certificate is worth $1.25 the others are face value. Thanks for sharing and keep hunting!

    +1

  • KoviKovi Posts: 7
    edited January 24, 2017 7:45PM

    I'm curious why I got my post flagged, also thank you guys for the help^^

  • @synchr said:
    I can't see the 1957-B very well but there was a variety that I'm not sure I see.

    Look at the first letter in the serial number, sometimes an M or W would get inserted upside down as a wrong substitue.

    Is the "W" in the serial truly a "W" or is it an upside down "M"?
    Can't really tell from the image and kinda see something...

    ![](https://us.v-I .net/6027503/uploads/editor/i2/atz6dparkot6.jpg "")
    How's this?

  • @synchr said:
    I can't see the 1957-B very well but there was a variety that I'm not sure I see.

    Look at the first letter in the serial number, sometimes an M or W would get inserted upside down as a wrong substitue.

    Is the "W" in the serial truly a "W" or is it an upside down "M"?
    Can't really tell from the image and kinda see something...

    Here is a 1957 $1 FRN M-A Block with an inverted "W":

    Clay Irving
    Notaphilist and Syngraphist
    ANA R-3158267 | IBNS 10167-R | SPMC 13457 | PCGS | PMG |
    My Paper Money Collection: http://www.clay-irving.com/~clay/currency
  • $3.50

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