How Much Is a 1963 Five Dollar Bill Worth?

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How much a 1963 five dollar bill is worth will depend on the color of the seal on the bill. If the seal is green, it is worth $5.00. If the seal is red and the bill is in excellent condition, you may be able to sell it for about $10.00
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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.
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