How Much is a 1929 Fifty Dollar Bill Worth?

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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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The U.S. did not print any $50 bills with that date. (In fact, the Treasury did not print bills in ANY denomination that year. Please post a new question. If the bill is issued by
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There's no genuine JFK $1 bill. It's an ordinary Washington bill that someone altered and sold as a novelty. It has no extra value.
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