One dollar bills may be worth more than one dollar.
Very little is as awesome as holding the winning number in your hot little hands, whether youâve purchased the fateful lottery ticket or your number was just called at the deli. (Wait, am I the only person who gets excited by that?
Finding dollar bills with serial numbers are surprisingly not that common. That's why some collectors, especially at CoolSerialNumbers.com made a list of bills with the "most desired" numbers.
Check Your Dollar Bills
Specifically, dollar bills with strange serial numbers â ones that arenât easy to come by. The collectors at CoolSerialNumbers.com have created a list of their most-wanted serial numbers, and you might have a bill with one of these sequences on it in your wallet.
Turns out antique coins arenât the only currency worth cash to collectors.
Check out the full list to see if youâve got any of these rare bills, but hereâs a rundown of the sort of serial numbers these collectors are looking for:
7 repeating digits in a row on $1 Federal Reserve Notes (i.e. 09999999, 77777776)
7 of a kind on $1 Federal Reserve Notes (i.e. 00010000, 99999099)
Super repeaters on $1 Federal Reserve Notes (i.e. 67676767)
Double quads on $1 Federal Reserve Notes (i.e. 00009999)
Collectors are willing to pay a lot of money for rare bills. When the redesigned $100 bill was released in October 2013, Dustin Johnston, Director of Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Texas, told the BostonGlobe the very first bill (serial number 00000001) could be worth a whopping $10,000 to $15,000.
For instance, some with the serial number 07041776 is a big deal because it has the numbers that matches the date of the Declaration of Independence! An eBay Seller is reported to have made 7000 pounds by selling his bill
So next time you have a pocket full of $1 bills, check the serial numbers before you spend the money! Be sure to let your friends know how valuable their dollar bills can be