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Old 11-15-2018, 02:37 PM
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Question 2009 $100 Star Note

I recently came across this 2009 $100 Star Note. I know very little about notes, and I couldn't find much info on it online. So I have come to my trustworthy forum friends, asking if anyone has any information on any extra value, or if it's only worth face value. The serial number is: JJ01559680 * and it was pulled from circulation, so there is a crease and a few wrinkles. Thanks for any help.
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Old 11-15-2018, 03:19 PM
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Unless it's a repeating or sequential number they are worth face value.
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Old 11-15-2018, 03:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Scooterjim View post
Unless it's a repeating or sequential number they are worth face value.
Okay, thanks for your help. That's what I thought, but I didn't really know, as I'm more familiar with & interested in coins.

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Well unless they are from a small run of star notes.

There is a website somewhere that lists how many in each run were produced. if you happen to have a short run star, they may be a market for it - but not sure how much beyond face it would net you.
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It is worth a little over 88 Euro.

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With a run size of 3.2 million available, it's worth face value. $100.

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What does the star designate?

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Old 11-16-2018, 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by yacorie View post
Well unless they are from a small run of star notes.

There is a website somewhere that lists how many in each run were produced. if you happen to have a short run star, they may be a market for it - but not sure how much beyond face it would net you.
Thanks, yacorie. Good to know.

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It is worth a little over 88 Euro.

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With a run size of 3.2 million available, it's worth face value. $100.
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What does the star designate?
I'm not exactly sure, other than that a lot of people say to save them, as their is a higher chance of finding a valuable one.

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Originally Posted by Stiffwrists View post
What does the star designate?
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I'm not exactly sure, other than that a lot of people say to save them, as their is a higher chance of finding a valuable one.
Star notes are printed to replace misprinted or damaged currency before it goes back into circulation.

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Originally Posted by Waveoff View post
Star notes are printed to replace misprinted or damaged currency before it goes back into circulation.
Thanks for that info, I didn't know that.

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What does the star designate?
The Star designates the original note was damaged or had an error. The star IDs a fill-in note.
If an order for 1000 notes was made, 0001-1000 and number 99 had been damaged in the print process, it is replaced with the star.

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Originally Posted by Coinshark View post
The Star designates the original note was damaged or had an error. The star IDs a fill-in note.
If an order for 1000 notes was made, 0001-1000 and number 99 had been damaged in the print process, it is replaced with the star.
Interesting, thanks for that info as well.

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From a Return on Investment Prospective..

the bigger money and Percentage of ROI is on One Dollar Bills

example

say a 1 dollar bill is worth $1.20 base on an anomaly (star, radar, etc.)
then the ROI would be roughly 20%

say a 100 dollar bill is worth $103.00 base on an anomaly (star, radar, etc.)
then the ROI would be roughly 3%

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Originally Posted by SoOregonMd View post
From a Return on Investment Prospective..

the bigger money and Percentage of ROI is on One Dollar Bills

example

say a 1 dollar bill is worth $1.20 base on an anomaly (star, radar, etc.)
then the ROI would be roughly 20%

say a 100 dollar bill is worth $103.00 base on an anomaly (star, radar, etc.)
then the ROI would be roughly 3%
Thanks, SoOregonMd, for that perspective.

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