Money makes the world go 'round. Think about it. Currency is everywhere. All over the world in one form or another. Personally, I'm a fan of money. I have some. I'd like a lot more. But, all kidding aside. I was stunned when I learned about what I'm going to share with you. It'll be worth digging out all of your dollar bills to check this important detail. Who knows? You could be hanging on to the next big money maker.

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I learned about these bills from an article in the U.S. Sun. Such as a 2017 series one-dollar bill selling for $15,000. But, hold on a minute. $15,000? What's so special about a one-dollar bill? According to Tiktok user blueridgesilverhound, the detail to look for is in the serial number.

LOOK: YOUR $1 BILL MIGHT BE WORTH $15,000, CHECK FOR THESE SPECIAL NUMBERS

Photo: blueridgesilverhound via TikTok/Canva
Photo: blueridgesilverhound via TikTok/Canva
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Check your dollar bills for a palindrome serial number. This is when the digits read the same way forward as they do backward. For example, L777000777A. By locating one you very well may hit the jackpot. The condition is also important. If you're lucky enough to find one, you'll want to keep it as pristine as you possibly can.

According to blueridgesilverhound, also known as Shaun, even the dollar bill that sold at auction had a "strong center fold" and still sold for $15,000. Imagine what the price would be if there were no creases. What would you do if you had one? Would you sell it or hang onto it for collection purposes?

Find out more about this amazing find and others by watching the video below.

@blueridgesilverhound EVERYONE SPENT THIS ONE! $15,000 Realized For Stunning Newer Dollar Bill!! #blueridgesilverhound#changetreasure#coinsworthmoney#bigmoneycoins#moneycoins#recessionproof#pocketchangetreasure#luxurylife♬ original sound - BlueRidgeSilverhound

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