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Whats the value of a 1953 red seal series a 5 dollar bill with will pay to bearer on demand five dollars worth?


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2007-06-24 21:31:49
2007-06-24 21:31:49

All Red Seal U.S. notes carry that motto so it's not a distinguishing feature. Depending on its condition and whether it has a series letter (a single character) right after the date, it could be worth anywhere from face value to about $30.

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