Around the world, paper money is an important collector’s item. It is an item that collectors purchase for significant sums of money depending on certain characteristics that make them unique pieces.
Such is the case with one-dollar bills with rare numerical sequences that can be exchanged for up to five thousand dollars. In many cases, these are banknotes that pass as ordinary and familiar currencies in everyday life.
Because of this, finding them has been very difficult for collectors, which adds value to this type of banknote. Examples of such cases are banknotes that have a consecutive numerical row (1, 2, 3, 4 and 5) or repeated (5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5 and 5).
There are several publications on Rarest.org about coins of this type, which can be considered “collectible”. There you can see money denominations with the faces of such characters as John F, Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin or Dwight Eisenhower.
Along with this, there is information about banknotes and coins made of different materials that were in circulation at different periods of time. For example, one user shared a silver dollar coin from 1971, on which is engraved a bust of former President Dwight Eisenhower, who was responsible for the network of highways that exist in the United States today.
The user explained that this coin was much sought after by the American people at the time to kill two birds with one stone: to have a dollar coin and to pay tribute to the late president.
Its historical value, as well as its composition of copper and nickel alloy, resulted in a specimen in perfect condition valued today at $16.