zilch - without a serial number it's not money
of course if it were a real error bill, the sky's the limit. but only to a collector.CorrectionIt's still "real money" but yes, it would be worth far more to a collector. However, the value depends among other things on which country issued the bill. It can't be from the US because there are no US bills dated 1967. Please post a new and separate question with the bill's country of origin.
In 1967 Canada printed the dollar bill with no serial number on purpose and instead let the year 1967 substitute for the serial number. This means that your Canadian dollar bill is only worth its face value.
Those numbers are dates, commemorating 100 years of Canadian Confederation. They typically sell for about two dollars.
The 1967 centennial issue 1 Canadian dollar note came in two varieties; a) With the serial number replaced with '1867-1967' : $3.50 b) Regular serial numbers : $5 There is also (apparently) a dollar coin: There are a number of varieties of this coin, with values ranging from a couple of bucks to over $700. You'll need to have it examined in person by a dealer or appraiser who handles Canadian coinage.
Two dollars on average.
in mint condition(uncirculated) with serial numbers approx. $ 3.00 depending on the dealer , without serial numbers $1.50
A 1967 Washington quarter has no silver and is face value.
In 1967, the Bank of Canada issued a commemorative $1 note with the dates 1867-1967 to mark the Centennial of the founding of Canada. It was issued in two variations, each worth a different amount in mint uncirculated condition;a) Serial number replaced with the dates 1867-1967 : $3.50.b) Regular serial number : $7.00In used condition, they are worth EXACTLY $1.
Value of a Canadian centennial dollar coin - 1 dollar 1967 prices and values
Those numbers are dates, not a serial number. That bill usually sells for about two dollars.
Check the date again. US dollar bills were not made in 1967.
As of 13 March 2014, a 1967 Canadian silver dollar is worth just under $13.
Your Winchester was manufactured in 1967. The value will be determined by its condition, but won't be more than about $300.
The first New Zealand Dollar was issued in 1967.
Based on proofhouse.com that trooper was the 7th made in 1967 as the productions for 1967 started with serial number 59800.
They usually sell for about two dollars.
If you look on the back it's a HALF dollar, not a dollar. Value is about $2.00 for the silver content.
According to The Martin Guitar Site that serial number was used in 1967. Unfortunately the value of the guitar includes a lot more than just the serial number, the condition the guitar is in, the model, the wood used and other factors all contribute to value. Take it to a few guitar shops, they will be able to give you an idea of value.
Quick serial number guide:No serial number, pre 1967 riflesSerial number range 400-419K 1967 rifleSerial number range 419-473K 1968 rifleSerial number range 2.1 million-2.59 million December 1968- January 1977 rifleSerial number range with an "A" prefix-post Feb 1977 rifle.
made in 1967, use the link below for value http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_value_of_a_Browning_Sweet_Sixteen
In the year 1967.