1928 $50 bills weren't issued as silver certificates. Please check the wording across your bill's top front; then see one of the following questions:"What is the value of a 1928 US 50 dollar Federal Reserve Note?""What is the value of a 1928 US 50 dollar gold certificate?"
A red ink 5 dollar bill is currently worth about $20 is good condition or about $50 uncirculated
The value of a 1929G two dollar bill varies by circulation. A heavily circulated bill has very little additional value. An bill in good condition is worth about $10. A fully uncirculated bill is worth around $50.
1928 $50 bills were issued as gold certificates and as Federal Reserve Notes but they're not the same. Please check the wording across your bill's top front as well as its seal color*; then see one of the following questions: "What is the value of a 1928 US 50 dollar Federal Reserve Note?""What is the value of a 1928 US 50 dollar gold certificate?"* Gold certificates have gold seals and FRNs have green seals.
1928 $50 Federal Reserve notes in circulated condition are very common and typically worth around $75. Two things are very important when looking at a series of 1928 fifty dollar bill. Condition is extremely important. The serial number on a series of 1928 fifty dollar bill can be the difference between $75 and hundreds of dollars.
"A" is the highest series letter for 1928 $50 Federal Reserve Notes. "K" is most likely the Federal Reserve District letter. The series letter, if any, on US bills is next to the date. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1928 US 50 dollar Federal Reserve Note?" for more information on values.
50 Canadian dollars.
It's still worth $50.
There were no 1928 A $1 United States Notes printed, only 1928 "plain". If that's what you have it's worth $20 to $50 retail, depending on how worn it is.
As of 01/2011 a US 1928 A $50 Federal Reserve Note retails for about $65 to $95 in average condition. A nice uncirculated one could bring $350 or more.
If very worn, $250; if nearly new, $750.
The price of a 1969 50 dollar bill as of 2013 is between $50 and $100. The actual value is based on the rarity of the bill and its overall, physical condition.
It's not now redeemable in gold, so it's value is determined by collector demand.
Yes a 50 dollar bill is red
Just $50, those are not rare enough to be collectible.
look at the number on the bill. if this question was referring to what are dollars worth compared to a different currency then the answer will constantly be changing as the value of different countries currency is fairly volatile. 1 dollar bill = $1 2 dollar bill = $2 5 dollar bill = $5 10 dollar bill = $10 20 dollar bill = $20 50 dollar bill = $50 100 dollar bill = $100
Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question. The US didn't print any 1926-dated bills. The closest date would be 1928.
There were no 50.00 bills in 1957. Your answer is zero.
It will be very close to $50. Those are not rare enough to be collectible.
Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question. The US didn't print any $50 Federal Reserve Notes dated 1923. Your bill may be dated 1928.
Yes- Grant is shown in the US 50-dollar bill.
Face value only. It's too new to have any special value.
I can't find a listing for a 1928-A certificate. If the "A" isn't located right next to the date then it is something other than a series letter. A standard 1928 gold certificate can retail for $250 to $750 so I would advise having your bill appraised to be certain of its value.
A 2001 20 dollar bill that has been printed wrong would be worth 40-50$