1918 $5 Star Note – Values and Pricing

Series of 1918 Five Dollar Federal Reserve Bank Note Star – Values and Pricing


Year:  1918 Type:  Five Dollar Federal Reserve Bank Note Variety:  Star Note
Total 1918 $5 Star Notes Known To Exist:  around 12
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Description:  Series of 1918 $5 star notes are very rare.  The one pictured below is from The Federal Reserve Bank of New York.  However, your specific 1918 $5 star note could be from another city.  All star notes will have Abraham Lincoln on the left side of the bill.  Each bill has a blue seal and serial numbers.

When valuing 1918 $5 star notes, it is all about condition, district, and serial number.  Send us pictures of your exact bill and we can give you our offer.

Variations:  There are 20 different signature combinations possible for the series of 1918 $5 star notes.  To date only five different signature combinations have been discovered for the star variety.  Eleven of the twelve Federal Reserve Banks issued star notes; only Richmond did not.
Other:  If your series of 1918 $5 bill has a serial number that starts with a letter, then you have a regular issue note.  You can learn more about standard serial number 1918 $5 bills here.