What Is the Value of a US Dollar Bill Signed by Joseph Barr?

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The value of a US dollar bill signed by Joseph Barr is face value as of December 2012. The reason is because several of them were printed. If you come across an uncirculated one, it could be worth up to five dollars.
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Unless it's uncirculated, face value only. Even though Barr served as Treasury Secretary for only a month or so at the end of the Johnson administration, bills with his signature
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Hi Charlotte: Thanks for giving me the opportunity to answer your question. Joseph Barr was U.S. Secretary of the Treasury from December 21, 1968, to January 20, 1969, the shortest
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Hi James: I'm not strong on bills, but I did find an answer by Brad Swain from August, 2007 that seems to fit what you are asking: Brad states "Joseph Barr was the Treasury Secretary
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According to wikipedia.org (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_dollar) there never has been a $3, except as a joke. Joseph smith was never involved in u.s. government
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The actual value among coin collectors for a Joseph W. Barr dollar bill is only around two dollars. People will inflate the price and try to charge inflated amounts ...
Barr dollars are worth its face value. They only seem rare because Joseph Barr, then Treasury Secretary served only for five weeks. If you happen to have a a mint ...
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