What do you think of the market for 500 Euro Notes?
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They have already stopped making them since last December. There is no new design made for €500. What counts most, is the issuing country, defined by the initial letter of the serial number. German and French €500s are still plentiful. Irish (T) or Greek (Y) though is another story. Greek 500s have already realized ~$2000 in PMG 66-67 holders because they’ve only been printed once, in 2002 and never again, but the mintages are unknown. Too early to tell.

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Several years back I was told it wouldn’t be a bad idea to get an uncirculated example before prices went up...so I did. Originally nicknamed “Bin Laden” because everyone knew of their existence, but no one had ever seen one.

 

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On 5/14/2020 at 3:04 AM, Steve in Tampa said:

Several years back I was told it wouldn’t be a bad idea to get an uncirculated example before prices went up...so I did. Originally nicknamed “Bin Laden” because everyone knew of their existence, but no one had ever seen one.

So did the prices go up? If you offered it for sale would someone give you 1,000 Euro for it now? 600? 550?

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