Are two Series 1976 bills worth more if their serial numbers are in numerical sequence?
There are so many millions of these notes available that 2 in sequence would not really be worth any more, but they may be slightly more desirable to a collector.
Marlin Firearms Co. had only one series of serial numbers for all lever-action repeating rifles from 1883-1906; therefore serial numbers do not reflect the place of production or sequence number of a gun within a model. Sometimes a record shows two or even three guns with the same serial number from the same time period. Source: gunfighter.com
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There really aren't any "rare" serial numbers, all serial numbers are only used once on a particular denomination/issuing bank/series. The most in demand are the first notes and the last notes of each series. Also in demand are the ones with all consecutive numbers (such as the serial number being all 4s or 7s), also popular with some collectors are radar notes, notes with serial numbers that are the same backwards and forwards. Overall though…
Your Winchester model 60A was made between the years 1932-1939.The rifles of that time were not required to have serial numbers,and Winchester chose not to serial number the model 60 series of rifles.The law was not changed until the passage of the gun control act of 1968,mandating that all firearms be serial numbered.