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Where can I find out the age of an old dollar bill?

Asked by antimatter (4411points) August 16th, 2009

I found an old dollar bill and according my grandfathers dairy the bill may have been printed in 1933.

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ragingloli's avatar

radiometric dating

antimatter's avatar

I don’t access to radiometric dating

cyn's avatar

i think they have a date somewhere near the pic. of the president.

Noel_S_Leitmotiv's avatar

Does it read: ‘Will pay to the bearer on demand’?

marinelife's avatar

The date is on the front next to the Treasury Secretary’s signature. For example, series 2003A.

AstroChuck's avatar

I could be wrong but I don’t think the older notes have the series dates printed on them. They do, however, have a facsimile signature of both the residing Secretary of the Treasury and of the Treasurer of the United States. Google one of their names and you should get the date when that person held that office. Then you should have some idea on the age of the bill.

mowens's avatar

At the top does it say silver certificate or federal reserve note?

gailcalled's avatar

@antimatter: (I think you mean “diary” and not “dairy.”)

PandoraBoxx's avatar

If you google “paper money us dating” one of the first hits is The Official Blackbook Price Guide to United States Paper Money 2010 By Tom Hudgeons, Jr., which is available on Google Books. It has some interesting information in there on how to identify paper money.

antimatter's avatar

Thanks @qailcalled, thanks to fluther my English is improving, tanks @AstroChuck and @PandoraBoxx your tips helped. it’s a 1933 dollar bill!

AstroChuck's avatar

@antimatter- I’ll give you a brand new uncirculated dollar bill for it.

antimatter's avatar

Sorry @AstroChuck no deal. Ha Ha

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