1929 Five Dollar Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas – Values and Pricing
The general consensus is that 1929 notes from Dallas are rarer than most issues. 1929 five dollar bills from The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas are the fourth rarest of the eleven note series. Unfortunately, that rarity ranking doesn’t make 1929 five dollar bills from Dallas very valuable. A circulated five from The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas can be bought for less than $50.
The same value is not accurate for star notes. 1929 five dollar bills from Dallas that have a serial number that ends with a star symbol instead of the letter A are very rare. There are only about six such star notes known to exist for the five dollar denomination from The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Contact us if you have a 1929 five dollar star note from Dallas.
Very high grade notes from Dallas are actually fairly available and command low hundred dollar prices.
When examining 1929 five dollar bills from The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas you will find that the serial number starts with the letter K. There are four black “K”s stamped on the face of the bill. Each note is signed by EE Jones and WO Woods. Abraham Lincoln is featured as the center portrait figure. “Series of 1929” is also written twice on the front of all 1929 five dollar bills from The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. All 1929 five dollar bills have a brown seal and brown ink serial numbers.
We do not purchase common 1929 five dollar bills from The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas unless the bill has a star symbol, low serial number, or is part of a sequentially numbered run. If you have a bill that meets one of the above requirements then please send us an email and tell us about it: admin@localhost/wordpress