A 75 hp Mercury outboard, serial number OB9655687, I can not find on the serial number chart. One thing I see, is a seven digit serial number, with a OB prefix. The seven digit serial numbers, ( prior to 1985 ), had no prefix. Serial numbers with the prefix, ( OA,OB,OC, ect. ), have six digit serial numbers. Could there be an error in the serial number posted?
This half dollar is worth between seven and three-hundred dollars, depending on the condition.
I checked records for all Winchester "Rangers" produced. You list a serial number that would have had seven digits: "61665xx". The only seven digit serial numbers Winchester used had a first digit no higher than "2".
I paid $70.00 for mine at an auction Oct 07. My serial is 74k it's in good condition but may need a new clip. Mitch
* A pianos serial number will usually be found stamped on its soundboard in figures about 2 cm high. Serial numbers are usually between four and seven digits long. * A number stamped on the top of the side of an upright piano is probably a dealer's stock number. * A number cast into the frame is almost certainly not a serial number.
Since a penny is one hundredth of a dollar, seven pennies is seven hundredths, which is $0.07 in decimal form.
Actually, it is both. Seven dimes (70¢) = 70% of one dollar or 7/10 of one dollar.
Seven nickels is 35 cents. A dollar is 100 cents, so the nickels are 35/100, or 0.35 of a dollar.
The Seven Million Dollar Fugitive - 1989 was released on: USA: 1989
The most common 1914 note has a seven digit serial number and is worth $8 in very good used condition, rising to $30 in mint uncirculated. There are less common 1914 issues that are worth considerably more.
Seven cents a dollar.