Login

user_17552's Blog

28 Aug 2019

Paper Currency Question

Paper Money-U.S. | user_17552

I can't upload a picture but I will give description. I have a $5 bill 2013. The serial number is MF00009792* So my question is, is this bill worth keeping and of an increased value as a result of its serial number?


thanks for any input

Vee

Comments

Kepi

Level 6

Cool serial number!

hmmm, I don't know much about notes..... cool serial number though

user_17552

Level 2

thanks

JudeA

Level 4

I would say keep it, its a star note, but not exactly a valuable serial number, (I found a 4 digit zero in my change i got yesterday. I would still keep it because its a star note.

user_17552

Level 2

thanks

Longstrider

Level 6

You need to get a book by Freidburg. Paper Money of the United States.. It says it all. That being said, I would say no unless you collect star notes. You can always check ebays SOLD auctions for real world prices.

user_17552

Level 2

thanks

LNCS

Level 5

While a low number, not sure it is low enough to bring value to those who collect based on the serial numbers. But it is only $5 to keep it in your collection, so either way should work.

user_17552

Level 2

thanks

Mike

Level 7

I notice you have a star after it. Some people.collect them but it's the rare ones from 1935 and earlier that are worth money some even after that date. . It also depends who signed it or if the seal has a different color. This is basically face value.

user_17552

Level 2

thanks

It's Mokie

Level 6

Doubtful Vee, if the number were historical in some way, like 00001865 or 00001809 (both tied to Lincoln) or if the number had some other unique feature, it might be worth a premium, but I would say NO, it is only worth face value.

It's Mokie

Level 6

Actually, I did not pay attention to the * It might be worth a small premium after all

user_17552

Level 2

thanks

Tags
    No tags are attached to this post.
We use cookies to provide users the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your cookie settings, we'll assume that you agree to receive all cookies on money.org. You may disable cookies at any time using your internet browser configuration. By continuing to use this website, you agree to our privacy policy and terms of use. To learn more about how we use cookies and to review our privacy policy, click here.