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Answered 2009-03-21 18:35:28

The so-called "funny back" dollar was issued only in the 1928 series. It was the first $1 bill issued in the smaller size still used today, replacing the old "horseblanket" bills. The auction value of your bill depends on its condition and series letter. The middle column is for bills . The right-hand column is for bills .

1928 - $10.-$20. in average circulated condition, $45.+ in uncirculated condition 1928A or B - $5.-$10. , $40.+ 1928C -$20.-$125., $450.+

1928D -$20.-$55., $300.+ 1928E -$200.-$500.+ $1500.+

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