Repeaters are some of the least valuable, but still collectible serial numbers. A note with a repeating serial number has to consist of some kind of pattern that repeats itself. Example: A02150215B, B22556611A, A22727777D The serial number B49994949A might be worth a couple bucks more than the same note without a repeater serial number. My guess currently is that $1 notes will sell better then on $10, $20, $50 and $100. Yours with 3 sets of 62 is a form of repeater. But since its not a high demand item, most dealers wont buy them unless they are part of a larger collection and only certain types of collectors may have interest so generally you could spend it, keep it if you collect interesting serials, or if your looking to sell, then this one might bring in a small premium only to the right buyer.
If its interesting enough for you to pull, then it may have some interest to others. Basically the term repeater is used to define a lot of "interesting" serial numbers that don't neatly fall into other groups. However, repeaters can also fall into other groups. For example the serial number A12341234A could be a ladder repeater. The serial number A01010101A could be a binary repeater.
One that everyone wants is a super repeater. A super repeater is a special kind of repeater. A super repeater is a repeater in which the first two digits are repeated four times. Examples are 26262626 and 78787878. https://dodona.ugent.be/en/activities/1158810383/
Edited by datadragon
08/17/2022 11:36 pm