What is the Zegers/Winograd Project?

Submit Your Notes Below!

In 2014 & 2016 the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the governmental body responsible for printing US currency, mistakenly printed two identical 6.4 million-note print runs of $1 bills. That means that there are 6.4 million pairs of bills with matching serial numbers. To date, only 9 pairs have been matched. The matched pairs are estimated to be worth $20-$150k, depending on condition and serial number. The Zegers/Winograd project aims to connect people with matching bills and facilitate a buy, sell, or trade to put both bills in one owners hands. Enter your bill's information HERE to become part of the project!


Keep reading to see how to identify and submit your data to the project. Watch the video here to learn even more!

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How to Identify Potential Matches

The notes that are part of this project are all series 2013 New York Federal Reserve Notes between the serial numbers B00000001*-B00250000* and B03200001*-B09600000*. You can use the following checklist to see if your bill is part of the project!

Project Criteria

1. Bill must say "Series 2013"

2. Bill must have a "B" Federal Reserve Seal

3. Serial number must end with a star

4. Serial number must fall between B00000001*-B00250000* or B03200001*-B09600000*

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Submit Your Notes to the Project!

Did you find one? If so, submit your notes to the project with the form on the project site here!

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Serial Number

Plate Position Number

Face Plate Number

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Back Plate Number