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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In perfect condition & uncirculated a 1950 B series $10 bill can fetch up to $30 but in typical condition it is worth only its everyday $10 value. report this answer. Updated
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