mostly all paper currency is consecutive, that's just the way they are distributed. Having consecutive notes, in of itself, is neither unusual or collectible
- the OLD myth that consecutive notes are worth a premium may have originated long ago when the idea that consecutive meant they came fresh out of a bank vault (& were thus "uncirculated.") However, there are many examples of EF-AU notes that were put in wallets and then brought out to be sold. Thus, there is absolutely zero relation between a note's condition & whether they're in consecutive order.
-However, the one exception to this rule of thumb would occur when discussing special serial numbers: Having banknotes with serials such as 9999999; 10000000 and 10000001 would obviously be a big bonus.
Edited by walk2dwater
11/06/2019 7:48 pm