For the past couple years I've been checking all of my bills for star notes. Over time I've accumulated about 30 of them. They are mostly $1 bills along with a couple fives a ten and two twenty's. For the most part they are in average circulated condition; some a little better, others a little worse.
Have you looked them up to see if they are a rare star note?4 years ago
Where would I look that up?4 years ago
In a book on currency. That should help you out. Ask the ANA library they should have what your looking for.4 years ago
So-called Star Notes are replacements for defective notes detected by the BEP during production. Small size Federal Reserve Notes that are from recent series have a very small premium over face, particularly if they are average circulated examples. There could be some infrequent exceptions, but generally such notes are "spenders" unless they're in Uncirculated condition.4 years ago