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Question by Steve
Submitted on 12/29/2003
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My previous question was.
I have a pack of $1.00 bills that are still glued together (like a note pad). Does this add any value to them.
Pete replied.
Hi..don't know what you mean by glued together.Currency comes from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in loose note packs delivered to the banks.Maybe you can send me a scan of what you have.
Unfortunately I do not have a scanner.
There are 10 $1.00 bills that have the serial numbers in order.  The stack of bills is held together along the top border by a red strip of glue or tape.  The bills could be seperated very easily just by pulling them off the strip (just like writing a note and removing it from the notepad).  I hope this clarifies things.  If not I still appreciate the time you spent. Thank You.


Answer by Pete
Submitted on 12/30/2003
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Hi Steve...I would say no added value.I don't think anyone would put notes of value and glue them this way.Any glue remnants on currency hurts any collector value they may have.I think they are standard currency with no added value.



Answer by Gina
Submitted on 3/22/2007
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I have the same pad of 1969-G $1.00 bills. Mine is a pack of 20 and is from Michigan Avenue Bank of Chicago bought by my grandparents in 1970. I believe this was a promo for opening a new account. Can anyone tell me if this is worth anything?  Thanks.


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