Green Seal Five Hundred Dollar Bills (1928 – 1934A) – Values and Pricing
Green seal five hundred dollar Federal Reserve notes come in three different years. $500 bills were in circulation until the 1960s, but the series years are limited to:
William McKinley was featured on all small size five hundred dollar bills. Any $500 bill with a green seal is commonly called a Federal Reserve note.
When analyzing a green seal five hundred dollar bill, the two most important things are condition and serial number. 1928 $500s that have a star in the serial number are extremely rare and valuable. 1934 and 1934A $500 bills with stars are valuable, but nowhere near as rare as 1928 $500 stars. Green seal $500 bills with two digit serial numbers also command a nice premium.
The condition of green seal $500s is also important. Problem free notes in average condition typically sell for around $700. Notes that have never been folded before sell for around $1,200. There isn’t much room in between about $850 and $1,200. However, click your year from the list above and learn more about each year.