7 Currency Blunders You Could Cash In On


Currency Blunders You Could Cash In On

If you've ever made a mistake when writing out a check, you know how easily these things can happen. Turns out, the government makes its share of currency slip-ups as well. The good news? Many of these bloopers become collectors' items, so they might be worth a pretty penny (no pun intended) if you happen to find one. Here are a few notable currency blunders.
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