How to Get $150,000 with Two Matching $1 Bills and Your Odds.

US cash worth billions of dollars is printed and engraved annually. On the other hand, misprintings occur occasionally due to errors in production. 

 The U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing made the exact same request to manufacture a batch of dollar bills at its Fort Worth site in July 2016 as it had made to its Washington, DC location in November of 2014.

6.4 million dollars have duplicate serial numbers as a result (each serial number should be unique). These dollars are worth significantly more than face value because they were the result of an extremely unusual error, 

but keep in mind that there are billions of dollars in circulation, so your chances of discovering two matches are quite tiny.

The image of George Washington has the Series date "Series 2013" on the far right.

Above the serial number, which is also to the right of the Washington picture, on the note is the Federal Reserve Seal in the shape of a "B."

The serial number is between B00000001*-B00250000* and B03200001*-B09600000*, and it ends with a star (*).

Unfortunately, finding one of these rare dollar bills only gets you halfway there. According to Wealthy Nickel, you must find one of the other similar misprinted dollar bills floating throughout the world to get a prized property worth $20,000 to $150,000, depending on the bills' condition and serial number.

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