Oldest bill I've seen in my time at McDonald's (1953)

Oldest bill I've seen in my time at McDonald's (1953)

It’s worth about $5

You can't https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_certificate_(United_States)

You'd get more selling it to a collector.

About is right, and only if you found a collector willing to pay a bit more than face value for it.

Well at current rates you could get about 9 grams of silver for $5, if you consider that redeeming. Your treasury note would work just as well though.

Edit: today's lesson in economics, money is backed by nothing other than the collective conscious trust that it holds value.

That's just not true. You'd get $5 worth at least.

I did lol. I do with most old bills and coins I find. Maybe I should post an album of all the ones I've found.

Yeah, my managers all know about that I collect them.

Sic semper tyrannis

OMG I didn't even think about that

It's cool how it's frayed only at the top from people placing it vertically in their wallets

Id redeem it for the silver


Hope you don't get fired. As long as the till comes up as it should, shouldn't matter.

Can I haz old bill?