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2015-05-21 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - Paper currency misprints values:

Here's link for you to view different types of error currency and their values.     Link: http://www.coinsite.com/html/uscurrencyerrors.asp    $1 FRN est. retail $300 to $500. Looks CU. $20 FRN $100 to

2015-05-20 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - 2009A USA 100 Bill Error Note:

Hi Beck,    I don't know what that is on Franklin's nose, but it does appear that you have found an offset printing error.  It's a later state ink transfer, so it's probably only worth about $150 (maybe

2015-05-18 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - specimen notes:

If I were you I would hurt myself if necessary getting back to that dealer who offered you $3000. Please keep in mind that the notes you saw on eBay selling for the big money were already certified. In

2015-05-18 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - 20 para value:

Usually, unless the coin is very rare to begin with, when a coin is damaged in such a way, it is only worth the metal content.  I am not familiar with the 20 Para, if it isn't silver or gold, I would have

2015-05-18 Coin and Paper Money Collecting - specimen notes:

Hello John,    I would like to start out by saying that these are heavily counterfeited and 999999999999.9% are fake. The fakes began right after WWII.      If they are real the value would range from

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