$5 Small Size Fancy Serial Number Notes

Fancy Serial Numbers-Small Size

Fancy serial numbered notes are notes that have five to eight serial numbers arranged in a way that makes them different. The different types of fancy serial numbers include:

Solid Numbers- Notes that have all of the serial numbers the same digit, F88888888A or AB11111111B.

Radars- Notes that have a serial number that reads the same forwards as well as backwards: K0002112000A or Z8778K or J11222211A.

Low Serial Numbers- Numbers that have a very low serial number, usually 3-digit or less: BA00000123A or J00000001* or D2A.

Binary Numbers- Notes that have all ones and zeros: BA11001010A or Z11110000B or D1101A A00000001*


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Fr.-1800-1 1929 $5 NBN Cassopolis, MI Ser. # E000001A PCGS-58PPQ
This is a very nice and popular 1929 $5 NBN form The First National Bank of Cassopolis, Michigan. It has a serial number of E000001A. This note is in pristine condition with no pinholes, tears, rips or bank marks. It is graded as a PCGS-58PPQ It has a ...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 4648 Price: SOLD

Fr.-1967* 1963 $5 Cleveland Star Ser. # D00000001* PMG-58EPQ
This is another of the serial number one star notes from the famous Jhon E Cash Collection of serial number star notes. It is a 1963 $5 FRN for the Cleveland District. The serial number is D00000001*. I can find no other record of a $5 FRN serial number s...
Added: 1/1/2010 Views: 4505 Price: $37,500.00

Fr.-1967-B* 1963 $5 New York Ser. B00000036* CGA-64
Here is a 1963 $5 Federal Reserve Note from the New York district and it is in a CGA-64 holder. The low two-digit serial number is B00000036*. It is priced to sell....
Added: 5/19/2010 Views: 4488 Price: $350.00


Fr.-1969-I* 1969 $5 Minneapolis Ser. I00000003* PMG-64EPQ
This 1969 $1 Minneapolis Federal Reserve Note is from my private Jhon E Cash Collection. As you can clearly see it features a super low single-digit I00000003*. It is housed in a PMG-64EPQ holder. Since the BEP now removes the serial number 2* from al pa...
Added: 5/19/2010 Views: 4587 Price: SOLD

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