Discussion in 'Banknotes' started by SilverAteMyMonies, Mar 17, 2013.
I've seen a bunch of posts on consecutive bills. Here's 1000 of them in $2 =D
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It's like future Zimbabwe money - the key note in the set
That's my silver is eating my (fiat) monies
Sweet! That's a lot of tipping bills.
They're for making it rain on strippers =D
Wow, that's a nice stack. I am not sure about the price, if you'd like to sell them... there are so many of them.
I did previously trade a few consecutive bills, some people actually like those.
But 1,000 consecutive 2 $ bills? That's a huge chunk!
I believe the US$2 bill is considered 'unlucky', no idea why, but I have 20 of them put away for the (great) grandkids one day.
A friend told me that it's because of their common name- deuce. Which I'd also another word for the Devil. But fear not, tear a corner off and you'll beat bad luck. If all four corners are gone... You're screwed!
Other alleged reasons being that the $2 bill has bad connotations as it was commonly used in gambling, paying participants who helped rig elections and were also used to procure the services of certain types of ladies...
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