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US banknotes refer to dollar bills or the legal tender currency in the United States. Printed in the US Treasury, its base denominations include $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100.

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What is the value of a 1950 US 10 dollar bill?

There were 5 different varieties of $10 bill with that date. All are green-seal Federal Reserve Notes. Approximate retail prices for circulated bills would be No letter by the date or A, B, C, D : $12 to $15 depending on how worn it is 1950-E : $15 to $20 In God We Trust That motto wasn't added to US bills until the late 1950s and early 1960s, so it's perfectly normal for it to be missing from 1950-series bills. Serial Numbers A bill's serial number...
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What is the value of a 1935 US 1 dollar silver certificate?

Most 1935 $1 silver certificates are worth anywhere from $1.50 to $3.00, but to have a more specific value you need to know whether it has a series letter. That's a tiny letter that appears next to the date. It could be blank, or A through H. Most bills do NOT have the motto In God We Trust on the back, but some G-series and all H-series bills DO have the motto which also affects the value. Finally, the bill may...
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What is the value of a US 1 dollar silver certificate?

The denomination alone is not enough to provide a specific answer because $1 silver certificates were printed from the 1886 series to the 1957 series. You need to know the bill's date, condition, seal color, and whether there is a letter after the date. You don't need to copy out the serial number, though. $1 silver certificates from 1957 are the most common and are only worth about $1.50 to $2.00 in circulated condition, but older ones are sometimes worth more. Please see...
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What is the value of a 1953 US 2 dollar silver certificate?

Please don't assume that all old bills are silver certificates. Your bill is a United States Note, as indicated by those same words across the top front of the design. The last $2 silver certificates were printed as part of an 1899 series. Its value depends on the letter next to the date. No letter : about $2.50 "A" : $2.50 - $5.00 "B" : $2.75 - $5.50 "C" : $3.50 - $6.50 ...
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What is the value of a 1963 US 5 dollar bill with a red seal?

Despite its age, 1963 $5 US Notes aren't considered rare. As of 10/2010 auction prices are in the range of face value to $7 for a bill in circulated condition. A nice uncirculated one can bring $15 to $18, though. The bill's red ink indicates that it's a United States Note, a form of currency that was issued from 1862 to 1966. They served the same purpose as Federal Reserve Notes, so the Treasury opted to consolidate all paper money under the...
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Can you see a 500000000 federal reserve bond 1934 series?

No, you cannot. No such bond has ever been issued. Anything you do find with that denomination is either a fake or a novelty item. ...
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What is the value of a 1957 B US 1 dollar silver certificate?

1957 B $1 silver certificates are common among collectors and sell for about $1.25- $1.50 in circulated condition. A nice uncirculated one might bring $3. Why Blue Ink? Starting in the 1920s standard seal colors were used to identify different types of bills: Green: Federal Reserve Notes Blue: Silver certificates Red: United States Notes Gold: Gold certificates Gold certificates were discontinued in 1933, production of silver certificates ended in 1965, and US Notes were phased out in favor of Federal Reserve Notes as a cost-saving measure. Today...
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What is the value of a 1957 US silver certificate?

Normally it would be necessary to ask for a denomination, but 1957-series silver certificates were only printed as $1 bills. Current auction prices range from face value for a very worn bill to about $2 for a circulated bill with almost no wear. Uncirculated ones are quoted at around $3. FAQs Blue Ink: Seal and serial-number colors were standardized in 1928. Starting with that year all silver certificates used blue ink. Serial numbers: Serial numbers rarely help to ID a bill or affect its value....
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What is the value of a 1957 US 1 dollar silver certificate?

1957-series $1 silver certificates are common among collectors. As of 03/2010 auction values are $1.25 to $1.50 for a bill that's been in circulation. If it's crisp and uncirculated, it might sell for around $2 if there's no letter next to the date, or $3 if there's an A or B. Serial Numbers A bill's serial number is just a counter so including it in a question generally doesn't help to identify it or affect its value. There are collectors who will pay...
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What is a one dollar bill worth with a star at the end of the serial number?

The star signifies that it is a replacement bill for one that was destroyed earlier. As of Oct. 2010, due to the unlimited printing of paper dollars, the value of all paper money has decreased. Let's put it this way...in 2015 it will be worth as much as toilet paper or a small bag of confetti. ...
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What is a three dollar 1864 confederate bond worth?

If it's legit (meaning it's confederate) then you got some money comin. All real confederate money is rare. Rare enoungh to inflate their worth 3000% sometimes. Many imitation Confederate notes were made, and made to look old. Most will have 'Facsimile' in small print on the bottom (usually) of one side. ...
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What is the value of a 1935 E US 1 dollar silver certificate?

1935 E A 1935 E silver certificate in circulated condition is worth about $2.00 A nice crisp uncirculated one is worth about $7.00 Despite the series date, the E letter indicates it was actually issued some time between January 1953 and July 1957. At that time it was the practice to change a series date only when a bill underwent a major redesign, as opposed to the current practice of changing dates when a new Treasury Secretary is appointed. Blue Ink Silver certificates typically had...
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How many 100000 dollar bills are known to exist?

Only one is known and that is in the Smithsonian. The notes are actually illegal to own in a private collection so there are none reported in any private collection. correction: I saw mention of ten of these being displayed in Las Vegas as $1,000,000, so I doubt the Smithsonian has the only one. As yet have found nothing firm on how many might exist. I saw this display in Binion' Casino. They are $10,000 bills and there were 100 of them....
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What is a 1935 Hawaiian dollar bill worth?

Depending on the grade; Good to Very good $17.00 Almost Uncirculated to Uncirculated $70. More The bill wasn't printed in Hawaii, though. Despite its 1935 date and the word HAWAII on it, it was printed in Washington during WWII. Special $1, $5, $10, and $20 bills were printed for use in Hawaii. They had distinctive ink colors as well as the overprint so they could be easily declared worthless if they fell into enemy hands....
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Which president is on the face of a US five dollar bill?

The 16th President, Abraham Lincoln appears on the front of the five dollar bill. Without trying to be too snarky, you could have saved yourself time and hassle by simply taking the bill and moving your eyes very carefully to the bottom of the portrait. It says "Lincoln", right there underneath his picture. == == The Lincoln Memorial is on the back. It also has a caption identifying it. ...
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What is the value of a US 2 dollar bill?

It's important to know the bill's date. Circulated, current-issue $2 bills (dates 1976 and later, with green seals) are worth $2. If they are in crisp, uncirculated condition the retail value could be double that. Older U.S. Notes with red seals can be worth more. Some typical retail values are: 1928: $3-10 circulated / up to $50 uncirculated 1928A: $5-10 circulated / $225 uncirculated 1928B: $20-85 circulated / $700 uncirculated 1928C: $2-10 circulated / $100 uncirculated 1928D: $2-8 circulated / $30 uncirculated 1928E: $2-12 circulated /...
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What is the value of a 1923 US 1 dollar silver certificate?

The value depends on the bill's condition. According to the latest Red Book Price Guide, an uncirculated Blue Seal variety, signed by H.V. Speelman & Frank White, or Walter O. Woods & White, would be valued at $125.00! Even a low grade such as VG is currently valued at $35.00. 1923 $1 US Silver Certificates are identified by their blue printing and the words SILVER CERTIFICATE at the top of the bill. Serial Numbers Note that a bill's serial number rarely affects its value...
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What is the value of a 1937 US 100 dollar bill?

The US didn't print any bills dated 1937. Please check again and post a new question. ...
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Is a 100 dollar bill with raised imprints of the serial number worth anything?

Face value only. Sometimes the counter mechanism is applied with extra force which creates a slightly embossed printing. ...
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Is half a ten dollar bill worth five dollars?

No. Torn bills can only be redeemed if at least 2/3 of the bill is intact, including one of the serial numbers. That's to prevent someone from tearing them into several pieces and getting a full new bill in return for each piece. ...
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What is the value of a 1935 US 1 dollar silver certificate with HAWAII on it?

As of 01/2010, a Hawaii overprint $1 bill is worth anywhere from $10. to $40. in circulated condition, and over $135 if uncirculated. These bills were specially printed by the Treasury in Washington for use in Hawaii during WWII. The brown seal color and HAWAII overprint distinguished them from standard bills and were intended to let the government quickly declare them worthless if the islands had been captured by Japan. The fear was that if the Imperial Army captured a lot of ordinary...
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What is the value of a 1935 F US 1 dollar silver certificate?

1935 F A 1935 F silver certificate in circulated condition is worth about $2.00 A nice crisp uncirculated one is worth about $7.00 Despite its date, the "F" series letter indicates your bill was printed in the early to mid 1950s. During that time it was the practice to change a series date only when a bill underwent a major redesign, as opposed to the current practice of changing dates when a new Treasury Secretary is appointed. Because of that, 1935 F $1 silver...
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What is the value of a 1934 US 5 dollar silver certificate?

1934-series $5 silver certificates are identifiable by their blue seals and serial numbers, versus green-seal Federal Reserve Notes that were also issued with the same date. Despite its age, these bills don't have a lot of extra value in circulated condition. As of August 2010 retail values are roughly: No letter next to the date: $6 - $8 circulated, $35 uncirculated. "A" : $6 - $8 circulated, $20 uncirculated. "B": $8 - $12 / $45 "C": $6 - $9 / $25 "D": $6 - $8 /...