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unsigned or undated notes
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On 1/1/2024 at 5:37 PM, Roy Winters said:

I have a couple of old bills that are not signed or not dated or both.  How do I submit them and does this increase or decrease the value.  I have attached pictures of them for your perusing lol.

1835 washtenaw michigan1 closeup.jpg

1835 washtenaw michigan1.jpg

1863 Nj New Brunswick 3 back.jpg

1863 Nj New Brunswick 3 front.jpg

michigan detroit unsigned undated 2 back.jpg

michigan detroit unsigned undated 2 front.jpg

washtenaw michigan undated unsigned1 closeup.jpg

washtenaw michigan undated unsigned1.jpg

Notes that were not issued (not signed, dated or missing the serial number) are called remainders. Because they were not issued they are found in generally better condition than issued notes but are typically less desirable, valuable, because they are missing the sigs, date, etc.. I'd have to research the others but I see Bank of Washtenaw notes a lot and I'd value a $1 remainder in that condition at around $20-$40, the $3 would go a little higher probably $40-$60. Long story short, there is nothing unusual about these missing the sigs and they are not worth the cost of grading. 

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