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It's my birthday today and I wanted to treat myself to a solid 7 serial number bill. Any help

Hi, it's my birthday and I decided I'm going to start collecting bills. I am into coins truly but I'm a poker player and I like lucky items. I just thought why not own a bill with all 7s. Since I don't currently own any bills. I was hoping someone could guide me to bills for sale with a solid 7 serial number. What should I expect price wise.

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    fastfreddiefastfreddie Posts: 2,769 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Happy Birthday! I don't have any leads but some other members may have something to sell.
    Freddie

    It is not that life is short, but that you are dead for so very long.
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    gnatgnat Posts: 392 ✭✭✭
    edited September 15, 2017 2:47PM

    These tend to pop up at auction with some regularity. Also, several dealers specialize in fancy serials (including solids);

    Mike Abramson usually has a good inventory of fancy serials: go to: http://executivecurrency.com/ The download the Fancy Serial pdf catalog [Didn't see any solid 7s, but every other number.]

    Dave Undis at http://coolserialnumbers.com/ also carries fancy serials.

    There are others.

    My guess would be expect to pay anywhere from $900+ (at auction) to up to $1400 for a nice CU example (most likely a $1 FRN). Higher denominations or earlier series or types might cost more.

    Also, here is a listing of currency auction houses and dealers, some who may carry such items: http://www.papermoneyforum.com/post/trusted-dealer-sites-amp-ebay-ids-by-request-only-8599401

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    Very helpful thanks

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    I have a few 7 of a kind 7s on Silver Certificates
    PM if interested

    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
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