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    Posted: 12 Dec 2011 at 6:25pm
Hello All,

Please can you help me appraise these 7 sequential uncirculated 1985 Star series US$100 bills?
How can I sell them? I am not a collector, I got them in a Bank and realized that they should be worth something so I kept them. 

Any help is really welcome. 
Thanks!

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Depending upon how they graded with a third party grading service (PMG or PCGS), they could be worth at least two hundred each or potentially more. They're a key to the series. They may be worth more sold as individual notes rather than a consecutive group.
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Thank you Kathy!
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my guess is $1000 if typical crisp unc

if they are all gem cond. then could be worth double that.  gotta go to auction to find out for sure.

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