They look for defective US $ 1 bills and pay up to US $ 150 thousand for each one of them: what is the mistake that makes them unique

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The error is unusual and the opportunity is unique. The news was released after an international project – aimed at collectors of banknotes and coins – came to light. The plan seeks to gather a circulation of 6.4 million dollar 1 papers that were distributed twice and for which they could pay up to USD150 thousand.

This curious mistake happened between 2014 and 2016. The US Bureau of Engraving and Printing mistakenly printed two identical runs, resulting in 6.4 million pairs of notes with matching serial numbers. To date, as reported, they have only managed to unify 9 pairs.

For the combination, you can get between US $ 20 thousand and US $ 150 thousand. The value is defined by the condition and the serial number, as explained by the “Zegers / Winograd project”, which aims to connect the individuals who own these tickets and thus facilitate the purchase, sale or exchange to put both invoices in the the hands of an owner or collector.

How to detect the bills for which you could pay up to US $ 150 thousand

“The banknotes that are part of this project are all the 2013 series New York Federal Reserve notes between the serial numbers B00000001 and B00250000 or B03200001 and B09600000 ″, they explained on the site thesilverpicher.com.

Between the search criteria It is noted that the note must specify that the series is from 2013, have a Federal Reserve stamp “B” and that the serial number ends with a star.

The portal The Silver Picker adds a list in which you can verify if the serial number corresponds to this banknote batch. In the case of finding any, they must be exchanged solely through the project. In the case of having specific questions or queries, you can send an email to [email protected] and there clarify the payment methods and requirements to take into account.

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