How Much Is a 1963 American Five Dollar Bill Be Worth by 2010?


From what I can gather, a 1963 American five dollar bill is only worth face value if it has been circulated. If it is circulated it may be worth 7 dollars. However, if it has a red stamp it can be worth up to 20 dollars.
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In perfect uncirculated condition, a 1963 $5 note is worth between $15-20. In normal used condition, it is worth exactly $5.
A 1963 five dollar bill may be worth up to $10, if it is in perfect condition.
Your question has at least one error in it. There were no silver certificates dated 1963. The last $5 silver certificates were Series 1953. (There were $1 silver certificates of Series
The government stopped redeeming silver certificates in 1968. Prior to that date you could take your silver certificate in and redeem it for the denomination amount in silver coins
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