2009 $1 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 2009 $1 Bill Worth?

2009 $1 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 2009 $1 Bill Worth?

2009 One Dollar Federal Reserve Note2009 One Dollar Federal Reserve Notes FW

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Item Info
Series2009
TypeFederal Reserve Note
Seal VarietiesOne: Green
Signature Varieties1. Rios - Geithner
Varieties12 Banks Issued Notes:
Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Kansas City, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Richmond, San Francisco, St. Louis
Star Notes6 Varieties with Star Serial Numbers.
See AlsoIf your note doesn't match try:
1. 2006 $1 Federal Reserve Note
Other Info1. Printed in Fort Worth, TX
2. Printed in Washington, D.C.
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50 thoughts on “2009 $1 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 2009 $1 Bill Worth?”

    • 2009 $1 Bills don’t have collector value with the following less common exception:

      Star serial number AND fancy serial numbers from any bank. Important: The note must be in perfect condition. Examples: A12345678*, C01010101*, G88888888* etc.

      If your note satisfies any of the above conditions, please submit for further information. Thanks! 🙂

    • This bill doesn’t have collectible value at this time, it is a recent issue.

      Your serial number is *almost* a “radar” serial. To be a proper radar, it would be: C6076 6706C. Note the second 4 digits are the mirror-reverse of the first 4.

    • This bill doesn’t have collectible value at this time, it is a recent issue.

      Exception would be a proper fancy star serial number, like: 12345678* , 88888888* or 10101010* etc.

    • This bill doesn’t have collectible value at this time, it is a recent issue.

      Exception would be a proper fancy star serial number, like: 12345678* , 88888888* or 10101010* etc.

    • This bill doesn’t have collectible value at this time, it is a recent issue.

      Exception would be a proper fancy star serial number, like: 12345678* , 88888888* or 10101010* etc.

  1. Hi there, my name is Lisa and I have 2009…A88088008C…..i also have L18081018Q…i have done so much research…or at least I thought I did. It gets confusing at times….thanx for letting me share

    • Hi,

      These notes are *almost* fancy serial numbers. The patterns are very strict. Your first note would have to be A 8808 8808 C or A 8808 8088 C (radar) have potential. Notice your second set of 4 digits is 8008. This breaks the pattern.

      The most collectible notes have very obvious serial number patterns: 88888888, 88887777, 12345678, 01010101, 43211234 etc.

    • Series 2009 $1 Federal Reserve Notes don’t have much collectible value with the following less common exceptions:

      1. Fancy normal or star serial numbers from any bank. Important: The note must be in perfect condition. Examples: A12345678*, C01010101*, G88888888* etc.

      If your note satisfies any of the above conditions, please submit for further information. Thanks! 🙂

      Your note’s serial number *almost* matches a fancy pattern. I would need to see D8888 9999A or D8989 8989A or D8998 8998A .

    • Hi,

      Please submit the note on the homepage for further identification.

      It is indeed a better fancy serial number. Value depends on condition and number of other possible notes with this combination, including each Federal Reserve bank and blocks issued.

    • Series 2009 $1 Federal Reserve Notes don’t have much collectible value with the following less common exceptions:

      1. Fancy normal or star serial numbers from any bank. Important: The note must be in perfect condition. Examples: A12345678*, C01010101*, G88888888* etc.

      If your note satisfies any of the above conditions, please submit for further information. Thanks! 🙂

  2. Hi name is Tyler and I have 2009 one dollar bill with the serial number of 04444040, then 2013 one dollar bill with a serial number 02288220. Is either one worth more then face value?

  3. Are dates of interest to you? I have one with a serial 12231913. Comes to be 12/23/1913. Same date the federal reserve act set place.

    • Hi, neat find! I don’t have any personal interest in this note. I would recommend selling it on eBay, maybe someone would pay a premium for it. See if you get any offers. Make sure you include high resolution photos or scans to give buyers confidence.

    • Hi, not much value at this time. The serial number is a near-miss, it doesn’t match strict patterns for rare serial numbers.

  4. Wanted to see if these bills have any value $1 2009 F81818811 G 2009$1 K11116811H 2009 $1 star note D00154542* 2013 $1 B00123425* 2003A C01791537* 2013 $1 D35363534E 2009 $1 B03333453 2009$1 H00015067 2013 $20 ME07070070 2013 $1 K11119776A

  5. I appreciate your time hope we got something good cause it will go for sell. Thank u for your time .leave me messages when u do look.

  6. Hello, my name is Sharlinda.
    I have a 10 crisp sequential 2009, 1.00 bills.
    The beginning serial number for this set is:
    E 46175230 C (First ladder)

    In between, is a (second ladder).
    The serial number is:
    E 46175238 C

    The last bill in this set of ten sequential bills is serial number:
    E 41675239 C
    How rare is it to find 2 ladders in one sequential set of bills?
    I wish to sale this set of notes in their entirety. I believe they are uncirculated. They are in perfect condition.
    If you have any questions or need any pictures, please feel free contact me at your earliest convenience.
    Thank you in advance for your time and attention.
    Respectfully submitted,
    Sharlinda B.

  7. Hello, It’s Sharlinda again.
    I also have three (*) bank notes.
    Their serial numbers are:
    K 12400022 * (series 2013)
    G 00494179 * (series 2009)
    L 06984249 * (series 2013)
    I wish to sale these notes.
    If you need any information or pictures, please do not hesitate to contact me.
    Thank you in advance for your time and attention.
    Respectfully submitted,
    Sharlinda B.

  8. Pretty sure there is no collectible value as of yet, but I recently got a “small set” for K 07588380 E —
    K 07588381 E — K 07588382 E —
    K 07588383 E all from 2009 found them in circulation in perfect condition.

  9. Hi! I have a 2009 with a serial code of F03081723*. I know that bills with starts at the end of them are rare although it is not a repeating number code, is this worth anything more that $1?

  10. I have a 2009 dollar bill with the serial number G61947491I does it have any value? Are you also able to give predictor value for star notes? I have one that a website keeps telling me is very rare. But that is all I can find on it.

  11. I have a 2009 star note, Serial # K00428641* I also have a 2013 serial # L31293129K
    Is either worth more than face value?

  12. Hi my name is Jeanette. I have a 2009 $1.00 with serial# H00009800D and I also have a 2013 $1.00 with serial# G13151315H. Are they worth anything? Thanks in advance.

  13. I have a one dollar bill with the serial number of F 53531173 E, and was wondering how much it is worth. Series 2013 bill.

  14. I have a 2009 dollar bill with serial number L 77177077 U could you tell me if it has any value beside face value

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