You can : 1) Try to find a matching item on ebay.com and see what it sells for. 2) Check out this paper money error web page to see if it's listed there : http://www.coinsite.com/html/USCurrencyErrors.asp 3) Visit your local library to see if they have any books about paper money. 4) Buy a copy of "United States Paper Money Errors: A Comprehensive Catalog & Price Guide (U.S. Paper Money Errors)" by going here : http://www.Amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0873495985/theworkimansrare
Usually there is extra value if it is from the U.S., but not always. The best way to find out how much is to go to book store or library and find an up to date book on paper money, and in the front of the book there will be a list of print errors and the years.
Consult an expert in collectible banknotes; you'll find them in telephone directories and on the internet.
A nice, crisp uncirculated note has a value of about $15, IF you can find a buyer.
It's worth a dollar. Tens of billions of them were printed and you should still find a lot of them in circulation.
The value depends on condition and the serial number as well as the signatures on it. To find out the value go here: (they are conservative estimates)
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The U.S. has never printed a one million dollar bill. Any you find are novelties, and aren't worth anything.
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% error = observed value - accepted value / accepted value x 100 (% error = OV - AV / AV x 100)
At the very least, 100$. Of course, the actual value depends greatly on it's condition, scarcity of the bill, and location. Your best bet is to find a local expert to help you with this.
In circulated condition it has no added value. A nice, crisp uncirculated one is worth about $55 if you can find an interested buyer.
If it was printed in the last couple of years then it is only worth a few dollars over face value if you can find someone who needs it.
Go find out.Or:(calculated value) - (actual value)---------------------------------------- * 100(%) = percentage of error(actual value)(if the top value is negative, just switch the two or multiply by -1)
It's in roughly the same place where the date would be on a modern dollar bill
well they have been out of circulation for 22 years but are still quite easy to find. can be purchased for about $5 a piece.
It would be an absolutely amazing find, because the Civil War ended in 1865. Please check your bill again and post a new question.
5 cents, maybe. The U.S. has NEVER printed a $1 million bill, so any you might find are only novelties.
In general, any U.S. bill found in circulation with a date later than the early 1970s will be worth face value. You should be able to find plenty of bills dated 2000 or later in change.
Unless it is uncirculated, a 1976 $2 bill is only worth face value.
Error. A percent error is when you find the difference, divide it by the accepted value, and multiply the answer by 100. The answer is the percentage you were off by.
It is not very easy to find out the value of a 1878 morgan silver dollar, because the value varies from $20 to $46000 which depends on the condition of the coin. A specialist could help to find the value of this coin.
For as long as I can remember, the Canadian five dollar bill has always been blue. Try to find a currency collector. It might be a fake, or it might be a freak. If it's real, it has probably been doctored.
I would like to find the value of a 1896-0 liberty dollar value
In your wallet. It's a dollar bill.
It will be worth one dollar. The serial numbers really do not have an affect on value. There may be collectors that would find it of interest, but they are not likely to pay much for it.