Am i missing something?

treeguyfred

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IDK Robby, I'm not savvy about paper money except how to get and spend it. The star indicates that the original serial number that ended in a letter, had a printing issue/error and the star note is a replacement.
I'm certain that I've prolly passed a star note before, not knowing there is a collecting interest.
~Fred
 

ROBBYBOBBY64

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IDK Robby, I'm not savvy about paper money except how to get and spend it. The star indicates that the original serial number that ended in a letter, had a printing issue/error and the star note is a replacement.
I'm certain that I've prolly passed a star note before, not knowing there is a collecting interest.
~Fred
I run into a lot of them. I don't understand it, I guess I'm not the only one.
ROBBYBOBBY64.
 

Bottle 2 Rocks

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Yeah I'm not seeing the hub bub over that bill.
My wife works at the bank. She brings stuff like that home a good bit.
What would these be worth ?-consecutive numbers.
 

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ROBBYBOBBY64

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Yeah I'm not seeing the hub bub over that bill.
My wife works at the bank. She brings stuff like that home a good bit.
What would these be worth ?-consecutive numbers.
I get bills like that all the time. I once had a $20 serial number 00000237. I spent it before I realized people sell those things. Oh well. I've done worse.
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ROBBYBOBBY64

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Everything is rare, whether it is or not. Too many knock off products. 1/3 of everything you see is.
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