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Question by christine
Submitted on 7/21/2003
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I have a 1953 $5 bill with red serial numbers.  Can you tell me what this is and what its value might be?  In great condition, too.

Answer by Pete
Submitted on 7/22/2003
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Hi..you have a United States Note also called legal tender note.The value depends on the condition hard to give a value with no description or no scan.In extra fine condition which is 2 or 3 folds the note would have a value of $15 if the note was perfect with no folds like the day it was printed the value would be $35.If it is in less grade than extra fine then the value would be slight $5-$7 range.
Hope this helps,



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