How Much is a 1929 Fifty Dollar Bill Worth?


The 1929 Fifty Dollar Bill was printed in two ways. The way it was printed will determine its value. If the bill says The Federal Reserve Bank, then it is not worth much more than $50. However, if the bill says The First National Bank, then it may be worth its face value up to $400.
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A fifty dollar bill dated from 1929 will be worth approximately $65
1929 $50 bills were issued as National Currency notes and had brown (sometimes reddish-brown) seals. Auction values as of 02/2010 are: With a Dallas bank designation: $150.300. circulated
The fifty dollar bill, like most money in the United States, has a picture of a former president. Pictured on the fifty dollar bill is former president, Ulysses S. Grant.
1. Tilt the stripe to see maple leaves and numbers. Hold the note face-forward. Tilt it while watching the metallic stripe on the left hand side. Maple leaves will be visible and
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