What is the value of a 1967 dollar bill with no serial number?
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.
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.
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 : $7.00 In used condition, they are worth EXACTLY $1.
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.