Michael mD. writes: I have 2 one dollar bills that I found in my wife’s purse and they are real they have never been separated and I wonder how much they are worth together. The number sequence is K 99434068 A with the plate position number B2, and the other one is K 99534068 A and its position number is F2. I don’t know where she got it from but its pretty neat, and I think it may be worth something to a collector.
These would be joined side by side and are from a 36 subject sheet of $1 FRN. B2 and F2 come from the 3rd from the bottom row. See the Plate Position Numbers article to see how the position numbers are arranged. You can purchase full sheets from the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington D.C.
Often, people cut up a sheet but leave a few notes attached to each other as a gag. (We use to buy 4 subject sheets of $2 notes at major coin shows and spend them in the hotel bar – same gag).
Actually sheets of notes are stacked and cut vertically, not out of a sheet. The vertical stacks are in numerical order. Have fun spending your notes.