How much is a 1950 five dollar bill worth?


A 1950 emission $5 dollar bill can be worth anywhere from $5 to $400, depending largely on its condition, any damage caused by circulation, and its particular details. A high quality, uncirculated $5 dollar bill from 1950, with a green seal, may be worth about $250 on average, but can be worth much more if it has any printing mistakes or errors. These flawed bills are extremely rare, and can be worth a lot of money to collectors, which is why you should get yours appraised before selling.
Q&A Related to "How much is a 1950 five dollar bill worth?"
That particular note retails for $6 - $10 depending on condition (about twice that if the serial number ends in a star in place of a letter) "IN GOD WE TRUST" was not added
In very fine condition, a 1950 Series A $5 bill would be worth roughly $7. Thanks for
$12 to $15 depending on how worn it is.
Not Financial Advice: Does it have a series letter below the date? If not, it may be worth about $10-$20 depending on collector demand.
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