1929 Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, California Five Dollar Bill Star Note

1929 Five Dollar Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco – Values and Pricing

Eleven Federal Reserve Banks issued 1929 five dollar bills.  Fives dollar bills from The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco are considered to be the rarest of the eleven banks.  Right now there are only about 100 five dollar bills from San Francisco known to exist.  Values for 1929 five dollar bills from San Francisco start at about $200 and go up from there.  All 1929 five dollar bills from San Francisco have a serial number that starts with the letter L.  The serial number can either end with the letter A or a star symbol.  You can find Abraham Lincoln on this bill; it also features a brown seal and brown serial numbers.

If your five dollar bill from The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco ends with a star symbol then it is very rare, and probably just the third such note known to exist.  This means that 1929 five dollar star notes from San Francisco are very rare.  Contact us for exact pricing.

There are very few high grade or low serial number 1929 five dollar bills from The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco known to exist.  A two digit or single digit serial number note, or a choice uncirculated note from San Francisco would be a welcome find.

Needless to say, we want to hear about any and every 1929 five dollar bill from The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.  We are interested buyers.  Send us an email and tell us what you have: admin@localhost/wordpress