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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, 1928A

Circulated: $8-$35

Uncirculated: $80-$100

1928B

$8-$20

$50-$70

1928C

$200-$650

$1900

1928D

$400-$1000

$2500

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