1929 Five Dollar Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland – Values and Pricing
Five dollar bills for the series of 1929 from The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Ohio are very common. They are worth about $15 in average condition. If the five dollar bill happens to be brand new and in perfect condition then something like $100 will be more accurate.
However, when looking at any 1929 five dollar bill you need to look for bills with serial numbers that end with a star symbol instead of the letter A. The star symbolizes that the bill was used to replace an error note. The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland did issue star notes. Right now more than three dozen five dollar star notes are known from Cleveland; so they aren’t rare, but they are still more valuable than regular issues.
The black Ds on Cleveland five dollar bills signify that they are from the fourth Federal Reserve Bank. The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is the fourth bank. Five dollar bills from Cleveland are signed by EE Jones and WO Woods. There are also two facsimile signatures of local bankers. All 1929 five dollar bills have a brown seal and brown ink serial numbers.
We do purchase 1929 five dollar bills from The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland if they are star notes, uncirculated, have a one or two digit serial number, or are from a consecutive run. Tell us what you have via email: admin@localhost/wordpress