1963 Red Ink 5 Dollar Bill?

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The 1963 5 dollar bill is one of the three years that produced the bill with a red ink seal. Collectors call these dollar bills legal tender notes, as they have the seal and serial number printed in red ink. Even though they were only produced during three years, 1928, 1953, and 1963, the bill is only worth the face value of five dollars. Over 63 million bills were printed in 1963, and you can find some collectors that may pay you six dollars for the bill, but most will only offer you deals if you have several bills in order.
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This identifies it as a "United States Note" rather than being a "Federal Reserve Note". The Government utilized the different styles for accounting purposes.
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