What Is a 1950 five-dollar bill worth?

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The value of a 1950 five dollar note will depend much on its date and condition, amount of wear, any folds, tears, stains as well as collector demand. On average, when it is circulated the value is no more than its face value but when it is uncirculated, it can fetch anywhere between 25 and 37 pounds.
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Despite the series date, 1950 $5s are not particularly valuable. Auction values as of 12/2009: If there is a small letter A, B, etc. after the date, $5 to $8 depending on how worn
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Before 1928, U.S. currency, including $2 notes, was larger than it is today (7.42 by 3.12 inches) These $2 notes came in a large variety between 1862 and 1928: United States Notes
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There are two different kinds. One type of 1929 $5 bill will be worth a
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Unless in mint condition, about 10 bucks.
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