Bills with binary serial numbers can be valuable. Continue reading to learn more about these bills.
What Is a Binary Serial Number?
A binary serial number contains only two unique digits. For example, 01101101 or 74747777. True binary serial numbers follow the binary computer code of 1's and 0's. Binary serial number bills are moderately rare and they can sell for a premium above face value.
Binary serial numbers are more valuable than trinary serial numbers, which contain three unique digits.
The values listed below refer to low-denomination bills. Higher denomination bills demand less of a premium because in most cases it would make more sense to spend or deposit the bill.
Most binary serial number bills in circulated condition will be worth close to face value. Bills in uncirculated condition can sell for a premium.
Most Binary serial number bills are worth around $20 in uncirculated condition.
True binary serial number bills are worth over $75 in uncirculated condition.