Have you ever wanted to start a currency collection? Well this Instructable will teach you the basics of collecting currency.

Step 1: Decide on What Type of Currency to Collect

There are many different types of currency collections that you can start but here are just a few.

Large-size types, lower denominations: A collection of $1, $2 and $5 values.
Interesting serial numbers: Low serial numbers such as 00000001, 00001429, 000016776, and others sell for a premium. Another example is a "radar" note, which is currency with thew same serial number forward and backward, such as 12344321 or 44888844.
Star notes: When a note is found defective after printing, it is replaced with a star note. On federal reserve notes, the star is after the serial number, while on all other issues, the star comes before.
Currency errors: All sorts of interesting errors and misprints exist, such as a double denomination, such as a $10 printed on one side and a $5 written on the other. (The serial numbers were blurred a bit.)
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Hi, i have some some good collection too..check my site out <br>www.ancientcoinscollection.com <br> <br>
I got alot of money from the civil war feb 17 1865
hey i have&nbsp;a 1957 $1 star note!
at school, i traded a fruit roll up for a u.s. $10 silver certificate from 1934, but it was ripped in the middle but....oh well! haha
Cool ! I have a few really old coins but i dont know if their worth anything
Nice! You can view coin values <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.pcgs.com/prices/">here</a> if you are interested in what yours are worth.<br/>
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I have about 10 $2.00 bills from the 1930's through 2006. My brother has quite a few silver certs, and a large note. We love to collect currency, along with coins.
me too!
I looked through my wallet to look at the star notes, and I picked out 2 that seemed neat. Here are then numbers: 60000875. One of the first 60 million. 60866668. Really weird. Mostly 6s, with 2 8s and 0.
If you visit <a rel="nofollow" href="http://currencyamerica.com/">here</a>, you can view other notes like that. These notes usually tend to sell for a few more dollars than their face value, and they are pretty good to collect also.<br/>
I'm sure niether of mine are worth any more than 1 dollar.
Awesome. I have too much to list.
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This is another real quality instructable from you. Nice job! I haven't collected much currency, I just have a few silver certificates. 5 stars and favorited!
Thanks! If you keep collecting currency, soon you will be surprised as to how large your collection gets. Good luck with your collection.
Yeah, thanks.

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