What is a 1929 $5 bill worth?

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The 1929 five dollar bill is worth about £31 ($50) if it is in circulated condition. If the bill is in a nice crisp uncirculated form, then it can fetch up to £109 ($175). The figures are determined basing on the Consumer Price Index.
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