$30 (very worn) to $75 (nearly new condition), unless it's from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. If so, that range jumps to $450 to $900
Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question. No $1000 FRNs were dated 1914.
The value of a 1928 green-seal $5 note depends a lot on what letter, if any, is next to the date. As of 10/2011 approximate retail prices are:1928, 1928ACirculated: $8-$35Uncirculated: $80-$1001928B$8-$20$50-$701928C$200-$650$19001928D$400-$1000$2500
It depends on the letter, if any, next to the date. As of 04/2012 approximate retail values are: No letter, 1928A, or 1928B : if worn, $22 to $45 depending on wear; $70 to $80 if in brand-new condition 1928C : if worn, $350 to $1000; over $3500 in brand-new condition.
As of 10/2012 retail values range from $1250 to $1650 depending on condition. Uncirculated, $2000 or more.
Depending on condition, $600 to $1000. It's not necessary to copy a bill's serial number. That's just a counter and rarely affects its value or helps to ID it.
Please check your bill again. No 1934 C $1000 bills were put into circulation. You may be referring to the Federal Reserve District letter; the series letter is next to the date. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1934 US 1000 dollar bill?".
As of 10/2009 auction prices for a bill in circulated condition range from $1300. to $1700. Uncirculated ones sell for over $2000.
Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question including its date and what letter if any is next to the date.
The federal reserve notes that are currently in circulation are: $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $50 $100 Previous denominations of federal reserve notes that are still legal tender (but do not circulate as they haven't been made since the 1940s and are now worth more than face value to collectors) $500 $1000 $5000 $10000 And a $100,000 bill was printed although it wasn't a federal reserve note (it was instead a gold certificate) and never circulated among the public (instead it was for transactions between banks)
Not enough information. If it is a U.S. $1000 bill its value depends heavily on what date is on it and whether it was issued as a Federal Reserve note (green seal) or some other kind of bill. U.S. $1000 bills were last printed in 1945 and those carried the series date 1934. The government stopped distributing them through banks in 1969.
Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question. The only US bills dated 1935 were $1 silver certificates with blue seals. The last $1000 bills were 1934 Federal Reserve Notes with green seals.
Probably about US$800-$1000 for the set, although a bit less if from the New York ("B") or Chicago ("G") Federal Reserve branches.
Its value depends on its date:1918 - Circulated: $5000 to $8000 Uncirculated: $150001928 - Circulated: $1300 to $1700 Uncirculated: $20001934 - Circulated: $1200 to $1650 Uncirculated: $20001934A - Circulated: $1150 to $1600 Uncirculated: $2000
Probably at least $1,450 Probably at least $1,450
If it has a blue seal it's worth $350 to $500. If it has a red seal, however, those figures jump to $1000-2000. Either way, you should have your bill authenticated by a professional currency dealer.
Its value depends very much on what letter if any is next to the date, and what Federal Reserve district distributed the bill. As of 04/2014 approximate auction values are: No letter: in average condition, $20 to $45; uncirculated, $100 or more A: Issued by Minneapolis - $450 to $900 / $2000 or more A: Any other district - $30 to $75 / $200 or more B: All districts - $15 to $30 / $75 or more C: Cleveland - $250 to $450 / $1000 or more C: Richmond - $1000 to $4500 / $8000 or more C: Any other district - $25 to $75 / $400 or more
To clear things up, there's no "Bank of San Francisco". Your bill was printed in Washington DC for the San Francisco Federal Reserve District and was distributed through that district's bank. Please see the Related Question for more information.
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