Coin and Paper Money Collecting/Uncut Currency



I have a set of $1 $5 $10 $20 all uncut money in sheets of 4 from 2003 with the green star and i don't know if this helps but it says its from the black Angus bankers portfolio, and I was wondering what is that price i could sell them for in today's market

These are products that you can buy directly from The Bureau of Engraving and Printing.  The original price was probably around twice face value.  They are worth about the same today.

Other websites contain information about old money values.  Just as a tip though, if something comes in a shiny package with lots of bells and whistles then all of the extra stuff is probably made to distract you from the fact that what you are buying is actually relatively common.  Uncut sheets are not common in the sense that you can go to any bank and buy them.  However, they are very affordable and easily purchased.

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I can answer any question relating to valuing US Currency and rare coins. My specialty is national currency, large-size currency, and small size issues between 1928 and 1957. Many bank notes have variables that can make two seemingly identical notes have very different values. That is why it is so important to work with an expert. I also work with rare Canadian banknotes as well as some other foreign currency (mostly British Commonwealth countries).


I have been a full time currency dealer since 2006. I set up at about ten national coin and currency shows per year all across the country. My company has a retail location in Greenville, SC. I am in a unique position to see, value, and sell millions of dollars worth of paper money on a annual basis. I have been lucky enough to sell hundreds of individual banknotes worth over $10,000 each. I personally hold several world records for highest price paid for certain categories of banknotes. You can also find me locally in Greenville, SC where I run a small coin store called Greenville Coins.

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