1929 Five Dollar Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago – Values and Pricing
1929 five dollar bills from The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Illinois are very common and typically sell for around $15 each. The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago printed more five dollar bills than any of the other eleven issuing Federal Reserve Banks. More than 5.8 million 1929 five dollar bills from Chicago were printed.
If the serial number of your 1929 five dollar bill from The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago ends with a star symbol instead of the letter A, then the bill will be rarer. It is currently thought that about eighty 1929 Chicago five dollar star notes are known exist. These tend to sell for around $100 or slightly more if the condition is nice. The 1929 five dollar Chicago star note is the most common star note for the 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Note series for the five dollar denomination.
All 1929 five dollar bills from the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank will have a serial number that begins with the letter G. There will be four black “G”s stamped on the bill. All 1929 bills are signed by EE Jones, WO Woods, and the governor. 1929 fives also feature Abraham Lincoln. All 1929 five dollar bills have a brown seal and brown ink serial numbers.
As with any Federal Reserve Bank Note, having a serial number with six or seven leading zeros will also add a premium. If your note happens to be choice uncirculated with no folds then it will also carry a premium.
We are looking to purchase 1929 five dollar Federal Reserve Bank Notes from Chicago if they are star notes, have a low serial number, or are part of a consecutive run. We do not purchase average condition 1929 Chicago five dollar bills. If you have a valuable 1929 five dollar from Chicago then please send us an email to admin@localhost/wordpress