1929 Five Dollar National Bank Notes – Values and Pricing
1929 five dollar national bank notes were printed by thousands of local banks across all fifty states. Some 1929 five dollar national bank notes are very common and cheap. Others are very rare and expensive. In order to find out the rarity of your note you will have to email us a scan or digital photo of your five dollar bill to email@example.com.
One easy way to tell if your 1929 five dollar national bank note is common is to look at the serial number. If the serial number does not have at least two leading zeros, then it has no chance to be rare. This rule does not work in reverse though; a short serial number does not automatically mean the note is rare.
Very common 1929 five dollar national bank notes sell for less than $50. Common fives sell for about $100. Less than common and rare notes will be worth $250 or more. Contact us for exact pricing, four figures can sometimes be in play.
All 1929 five dollar bills have the signature of EE Jones as the Register of the Treasury and WO Woods as the Treasurer of The United States. The local bank cashier and president also signed each five dollar bill.
All 1929 five dollar bills feature a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. Series of 1929 is printed twice on each bill, once to the left of Lincoln’s head and again by the bottom right side of his portrait. There is a black number printed vertically on the right and left side of the bill. This is the charter number.
You can find several different phrases on 1929 five dollar Federal Reserve Bank Notes:
“National Currency Secured By United States Bonds Deposited With The Treasurer Of The United States Of America Or By Like Deposit Of Other Securities”
“Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand Five Dollars”
“Redeemable In Lawful Money Of The United States At United States Treasury Or At The Bank Of Issue”
The above information describes type 1 1929 notes. Type 2 notes are exactly the same except that type 2 notes have the charter number printed two more times, and none of the serial numbers on type 2 notes end with a letter.
Type 1 – 1929 Five Dollar National Bank Note
Type 2 – 1929 Five Dollar National Bank Note