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Topic: American $1 rotator, 2-digit repeater, full ladder  (Read 119 times)
moneycow
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« on: October 29, 2020, 04:28:57 pm »

Hi All,
I've got some US $1 notes with some neat numbers.  I'm looking for some value advice before taking them to market.

US 2006 $1 00096000 -well circulated F
US 2006 $1 72727272 UNC
US 2006 $1 09876543 VF/EF

Thank you,
Craig
AL-Bob
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« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2020, 12:16:52 am »

The repeater: $150 - $300 USD.

Here is a $100 PMG 67 EPQ that sold for 550 USD.
https://www.ebay.ca/itm/FR-2182-B-100-Series2006A-SUPER-Repeater-Serial-KB-17171717-M-PMG67-EPQ/133520278524?hash=item1f166dc3fc:g:KlEAAOSwTyhfXnJX

$5 Circulated sold for $99 USD.
https://www.ebay.ca/itm/2013-5-Five-Dollar-US-Fancy-Note-Binary-SUPER-REPEATER-Serial-ML37373737K/274477646632?hash=item3fe8248328:g:u5MAAOSwRNde1SGT

For the ladder, I bought some of these for under $300 each in Unc recently thinking I was getting a great deal. But then, I was told by some American dealers who've dealt with a lot of fancy serial numbers that the 34567890 ladder is not a "real" ladder.  On eBay they are still asking $1000+ for gems though.  I would think in circulated condition $200 - 500 USD is the most you could expect.

Rotator:  $40-100 USD would be my guess in that condition.
« Last Edit: October 30, 2020, 01:09:27 am by AL-Bob »


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