What is a 1950 five-dollar bill worth?

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Despite the series date, the 1950 five dollar bill carries very little value. If circulated, it will only sell for its face value and is best reused. Bills in uncirculated condition may sell for up to $8.
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This is not a rare series date. In circulated condition it's only worth face value to maybe $7 or $8 if it has almost no visible wear.
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The Denver mint makes coins, not banknotes. Do you mean Federal Reserve District 'D' (Cleveland, Ohio) If it is in truly mint condition (absolutely no folds, bends, on stains) it
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