Your bill either failed to go through the last printing stage where the seal and serial numbers are added, or it may have accidentally been flipped over and the seal and numbers were printed on the back side. Either way this is considered to be a significant error and could sell in the $300-400 range.
Depending on quality it could retail for $100 to $200. This error happens if the sheet of paper on which the bill was printed was accidentally reversed before being fed through the part of the process that adds seals and serial numbers.
The Australian paper Fifty Dollar note was first issued in 1974 and last issued in 1993. For any estimate of value, the serial number and signatories would need to be known.
It's still worth one dollar.
Still one dollar....sorry : (
If the coin is a US Kennedy half dollar dated 1974 it has no silver in it and is face value.
The coin is still in circulation and is face value.
1974 would make it an Eisenhower dollar, which is only worth face value.
There's no US half dollar with those dates. The only dual-dated halves were the Bicentennial coins that carry the dates 1776-1976If you have a copper-nickel half dollar dated 1974 it's only worth face value.
This error is called an "Inverted Overprint" and can retail anywhere from $150 to $400 depending on the bill's condition.
Current retail is $2.40
Its value is 20 Dollars, if it was much older then it would be a different story.
Harrington and Richardson used serial numbers that started with AM in 1974. The company had similar shotguns being built from 1974 to 1981.
$150 ti $200
It's still worth exactly 50 cents.
Australian One Dollar notes designated with "AUSTRALIA" were issued from 1974 to 1982. You do not give any useful information like the serial number range or the signatories on the note. If by "sec numbers" you mean "consecutively numbered serial numbers", I assume that they are uncirculated and in mint condition. Depending on the signatories and serial number range, they could be worth up to $85 AUD each, or as little as $7 AUD each. If they are not in mint condition, they are worth at least One Dollar at the very worst. A consecutively numbered range would appeal to certain banknote collectors and possibly have a higher collective value. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
Unless it's in brand-new uncirculated condition, face value only.
With a date of 1974 the coin is a Eisenhower dollar not a liberty dollar, and in general none of the Eisenhower dollars struck for general circulation contain any silver or have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.
This error happens when one of the two serial-number counter wheels gets stuck. It's a subtle error to find, and can retail for $100 to $200 depending on the bill's condition.
Believe that your serial number is incorrect. There are no BT99 serial numbers that start with 47. There are however serial numbers that begin with 74 which is the year (1974)that they were made.
While the Winchester model 190 was serial numbered,Winchester did not keep records of the serial numbers by year of production.I can say that the Winchester model 190 was produced from 1974-1980.
All US half dollars dated 1974 were struck in copper-nickel. They have no added value, so feel free to spend it.