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Question by chris
Submitted on 10/14/2003
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What is the value of a $500 bill-series 1934 Washington, DC

I also have a $50 bill & $5 bill- series 1929 that says National Currency at the top of the bill instead of Federal Reserve.  Can you tell me the value?

thank you

Answer by John
Submitted on 10/16/2003
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best bet would be to go to either an appraiser (insurance or the like), or somebody who is into 'antique' money (cant think of a better word). many bookstores also sell (or can order) price guides on old currency. check the bookstore first, get a rough idea from a book, and then go to an appraiser if you think its worth it (they will charge you for an appraisal).


Answer by dr. john
Submitted on 1/8/2005
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How many $500 bills do you have?  Several hundred were stolen (can't remember the history behind it) and never found.  Might be worth a lot.


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