1902 $5 Bill National Currency Red Seal Value

Series of 1902 Five Dollar Red Seal National Currency Value


Year:  1902 (1902-1908) Type:  National Currency / Bank Note Denomination:  Five Dollar Bill
Value:  1902 $5 red seals are worth different amounts of money based on condition, bank, and serial number
We purchase all 1902 $5 bills.  Send us an email to tell us what you have admin@oldcurrencyvalues.com.  We will respond quickly with our opinion and offer.
Description:  We are very very interested in buying series of 1902 $5 red seal national bank notes.  These notes have the potential to be quite valuable.  The five dollar bill shown below is from Richmond; however, thousands of banks in different towns also issued $5 red seals.

There are three important things when trying to determine the value of your red seal.  The most important thing is the bank of issue.  Red seals from places like Oklahoma are rarer than red seals from New York.  The next important factor is the serial number.  If the serial number below Ben Harrison is 1, then your note will be more valuable.  Condition is still important with 1902 $5 red seals, just like it is with any other issue.

I wish we had enough room to discuss why 1902 red seals are our favorite type of notes.  If you send us a picture of your note, you will not be disappointed with our offer.

Variations:  Almost all collectors purchase 1902 red seals based on their bank of issue.  However, a small percentage of people care about the treasury signatures.  There are only three different signature combinations, and they are all worth the exact same amount of money.
Inscriptions:  National Currency  –  Secured By United States Bonds Deposited With The Treasurer Of The United States of America Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand Five Dollars  –  Register of the Treasury  –  Treasurer of The United States  –  Cashier  –  President  –  Series of 1902  –  This note is receivable at par in all parts of the United States in payment of all taxes and excises and all other dues to the United States except duties on imports and also for all salaries and other debts and demands owing by The United States to individuals corporations and associations within the United States except interest on the public debt.