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The average buying price is $20 a good condion 1928 bill a 1928A bill and a 1928B bill. The most valueable in Good condition is a 1928E bill whitch goes for $200 in circulated or good condition. The value for a Very fine bill is $25 for a plain 1928 bill. For a 1928 C bill is $750 and for a 1928 bill in uncirculated condition is $140. For a 1928 E in uncirculted condition it is $2650.

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