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Question by oldcanadianirish girl
Submitted on 3/21/2004
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What is the worth of a 1936 $50.00 bill with Grant on it worth.

Answer by Pete
Submitted on 3/21/2004
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Hi..no $50 note was issued with the series year of 1936.The value on currency depends on rarity and condition.Send me a scan front and back of your note.I can come up with and estimate of value.Email me at marlofan@aol.com.



Answer by Georgian229
Submitted on 11/16/2006
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I have a 1,000 bill 1934, That says Will pay to bearer on demand, Can you tell me something about this bill?


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