Currency question -- WEB FED NOTES

Currency question -- WEB FED NOTES

Post by Randenat » Tue, 09 Sep 1997 04:00:00



What years were web fed notes released and what series can one find these in?

What are the values of these bills, both unc. and circ.?

I have been told the way to spot them is to look for the (plate number?)
on the reverse and to locate it in the upper right corner.  This makes it a
web fed.  Is this a correct statement?  I have just found one like that
dated 1988 A and I wasn't aware they went that far back.

Thanks from a coin collector for your currency wisdom.

Randy Bullis

 
 
 

Currency question -- WEB FED NOTES

Post by Eric Daniels » Tue, 09 Sep 1997 04:00:00



Quote:
>What years were web fed notes released and what series can one find these in?

Series 1988A, 1993, and 1995. $1 bills only.

Quote:
>What are the values of these bills, both unc. and circ.?

Many circulated webs go in the $3 to $6 range, however there are some
scarce blocks going much higher. For instance, I recently saw a 1988A
N.Y. BL block in Fine (cruddy) advertised for $225! Also, a star web
note usually brings a large premium. Common CU webs are in the $10 to
$15 range, rarer blocks can bring $100 or more. Pricing webs is
difficult, as it is a very narrow specialty. Prices seem to fluctuate
quite a bit from month to month.

Quote:
>I have been told the way to spot them is to look for the (plate number?)
>on the reverse and to locate it in the upper right corner.  This makes it a
>web fed.  Is this a correct statement?  I have just found one like that
>dated 1988 A and I wasn't aware they went that far back.

Web notes don't have any face check letter. The back check number is
right above the "E" in ONE, just to the right of In God We Trust.

--
Eric