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Today, Baeder’s whole collection, made up of perhaps 1,000 notes gathered over more 30 years, is worth upward of

Today, Baeder’s whole collection, made up of perhaps 1,000 notes gathered over more 30 years, is worth upward of $1.5 million, he said.And roughly a third of that is based on just one $10 bill. Any 1933 Silver Certificate is valuable, because after the government printed 552,000 of them, it released only about one-third, then soon set about destroying the rest and trying to remove as many as possible from circulation, according to Paper Money magazine.“He picked up stuff like this all the time because there was so much cash coming in,” said Baeder, who with his brother-in-law, Gary Witzel, moved their shop to Royersford in 2010.“It’s not like today, with all the credit cards.” Soon, his dad was going to shows, getting hooked on fancy serial numbers, and buying coveted stuff.Your options: Try for a tidy profit on e Bay, or consult a dealer, like Baeder’s USA Rare, Executive Currency, Cool Serial Numbers, or Tickle Your Fancy Currency.Recently, Baeder, paid $2,000 for a 2006 $1 bill, with the serial number 00000001, that a woman got in change at Walmart.

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Today, Baeder’s whole collection, made up of perhaps 1,000 notes gathered over more 30 years, is worth upward of $1.5 million, he said.

And roughly a third of that is based on just one $10 bill. Any 1933 Silver Certificate is valuable, because after the government printed 552,000 of them, it released only about one-third, then soon set about destroying the rest and trying to remove as many as possible from circulation, according to Paper Money magazine.

.5 million, he said.And roughly a third of that is based on just one bill. Any 1933 Silver Certificate is valuable, because after the government printed 552,000 of them, it released only about one-third, then soon set about destroying the rest and trying to remove as many as possible from circulation, according to Paper Money magazine.“He picked up stuff like this all the time because there was so much cash coming in,” said Baeder, who with his brother-in-law, Gary Witzel, moved their shop to Royersford in 2010.“It’s not like today, with all the credit cards.” Soon, his dad was going to shows, getting hooked on fancy serial numbers, and buying coveted stuff.Your options: Try for a tidy profit on e Bay, or consult a dealer, like Baeder’s USA Rare, Executive Currency, Cool Serial Numbers, or Tickle Your Fancy Currency.Recently, Baeder, paid ,000 for a 2006

Today, Baeder’s whole collection, made up of perhaps 1,000 notes gathered over more 30 years, is worth upward of $1.5 million, he said.And roughly a third of that is based on just one $10 bill. Any 1933 Silver Certificate is valuable, because after the government printed 552,000 of them, it released only about one-third, then soon set about destroying the rest and trying to remove as many as possible from circulation, according to Paper Money magazine.“He picked up stuff like this all the time because there was so much cash coming in,” said Baeder, who with his brother-in-law, Gary Witzel, moved their shop to Royersford in 2010.“It’s not like today, with all the credit cards.” Soon, his dad was going to shows, getting hooked on fancy serial numbers, and buying coveted stuff.Your options: Try for a tidy profit on e Bay, or consult a dealer, like Baeder’s USA Rare, Executive Currency, Cool Serial Numbers, or Tickle Your Fancy Currency.Recently, Baeder, paid $2,000 for a 2006 $1 bill, with the serial number 00000001, that a woman got in change at Walmart.

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Today, Baeder’s whole collection, made up of perhaps 1,000 notes gathered over more 30 years, is worth upward of $1.5 million, he said.

And roughly a third of that is based on just one $10 bill. Any 1933 Silver Certificate is valuable, because after the government printed 552,000 of them, it released only about one-third, then soon set about destroying the rest and trying to remove as many as possible from circulation, according to Paper Money magazine.

bill, with the serial number 00000001, that a woman got in change at Walmart.

It’s a 1966 0 “Legal Tender” note with the serial number A00000001A and a red seal.

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Billy Baeder, a Royersford currency collector, who co-owns a car-repair shop, holds what could be the most valuable piece of currency printed since 1929: a 1933 Silver Certificate with the serial number A00000001A.

Not that Baeder, a Royersford dealer/collector and co-owner of a car repair shop, is ready to sell.

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