What is the value of a 1963 $5 bill with a red ink seal?

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You can buy a 1963 red seal $5 bill in circulated condition for about $6. Uncirculated bills may sell for as much as $25. The more rare red seal star note bills sell for about $10 in circulated condition, with uncirculated bills fetching $25.

All 1963 $5 bills have a red seal on the right hand side of the bill with serial numbers also printed in red ink. There were 63 million 1963 bills put into circulation, all printed in Washington D.C. The bills were signed by Kathryn O’Hay Granahan as Treasurer of The United States and by C. Douglas Dillon as the Treasurer of The U.S.

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