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What is the value of a 1934 C US bill?

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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?".


Value of 1934c $20 bill


As of 04/2013: 1934: $625.-$1300. circulated, $1500+ uncirculated. 1934-A: $610.-$1200. circulated, $1400+ uncirculated. 1934-B, 1934-C: None released to circulation.


Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question. There were no series letters on 1934-dated $1 bills because a new series was introduced the following year.


To explain how US bills work, they don't have mint marks because the Mint only makes coins. Bills are printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. If the "C" is next to the date it's called the series letter. On a 1934 bill it indicates how many different Treasury Secretaries or US Treasurers took office since the start of that particular printing series.Please see the question "What is the value of a 1934 C US 10 dollar bill?" for more information.


Please don't assume that every old bill is a silver certificate. As indicated by both its green seal and the banner over Franklin's portrait your bill is a Federal Reserve Note, not a silver certificate. The last $100 silver certificates were dated 1891. See the question "What is the value of a 1934 C US 100 dollar bill?" for more information.


Please check your bill again. All HAWAII-overprint bills had brown seals rather than red, and "A" was the highest series letter used on $20 bills. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1934 US 20 dollar bill with HAWAII on it?".


Bill C. Malone was born in 1934.


Please check again and post a new question. There were no series letters on 1934 US $1 silver certificates.


If worn, about $22. If it's in better shape, it could retail for up to $28.


As of 01/2009 auction prices for a circulated 1934-C $50 bill are face value to $70 depending on how worn it is. Despite their age, most series-1934 $50 bills are not scarce. $50 was a considerable amount of money then so (relatively) high-denomination bills didn't see a lot of circulation.


Despite its age, face value only if it's in worn condition. A bill that's nearly new might retail for $70 or so, while a crisp uncirculated one could bring as much as $125-$150.


Despite its age this is not considered to be a rare bill in circulated condition. As of 04/2012 values range from face to $140 depending on condition. A nice uncirculated one can bring $175-$200.


If it's a silver certificate with a blue seal, $20 to $60 depending on wear. If it has a green seal and says Federal Reserve Note, $12 to $20.


what is the value of a $5.00 silver certificate with dates 1934 D and 1934 C worth in good shape


As of 09/2010 auction prices are $6-$9 for a circulated 1934 C $5 silver certificate. A nice uncirculated one might retail for $25 or so. Two types of $5 bill were printed in the 1934 C series, blue-seal silver certificates and green-seal Federal Reserve Notes, so it's important to distinguish between the two.


The green seal indicates that your bill is a Federal Reserve Note. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1950 C US 10 dollar federal reserve note?" for more information.


Two types of bills were printed in the 1934 series. If you have a 1934 C bill with a blue seal that says Silver Certificate across the top, as of 08/2010 it's worth $6 to $9 retail in average circulated condition, and about $25 if uncirculated. If it has a green seal and says Federal Reserve Note, the price ranges are $7-$12 and $50. Of course a dealer will buy for less since they are paying wholesale prices.



C is the highest series letter on a 1953 US $2 bill. The series letter, if any, is next to the date. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1953 US 2 dollar bill" for more information.


The US didn't print any $1 bills dated 1925. Please check your bill and post a new question.


Auction prices as of 02/2009: With a green seal, $12.-$20. depending on how worn it is. With a blue seal, $20.-$60.


Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question. The US didn't print any bills dated 1954.


To clear things up, the bill wasn't printed in Philadelphia. That's the Federal Reserve District that distributed the bill, but it was printed in Washington. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1950 US 100 dollar bill?" for more information.


Please see the question "What is the value of a 1953 C US 2 dollar bill?" for more information. The red seal indicates that it's a United States Note, a form of currency issued until the late 1960s. All 1953 US $2 bills were printed as US Notes.



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