1918 $1 Star Note – Values and Pricing

Series of 1918 One Dollar Federal Reserve Bank Note Star – Values and Pricing


Year:  1918 Type:  One Dollar Federal Reserve Bank Note Variety:  Star Note
Total 1918 $1 Star Notes Known To Exist:  about 400
We purchase all $1 1918 star notes.  Send us an email with a picture of yournote,  admin@oldcurrencyvalues.comWe will respond quickly with our opinion and offer.
Description:  We personally really like series of 1918 $1 star notes because many of them have low serial numbers.  All twelve federal reserve banks issued star notes for the one dollar denomination.  The banks all started with serial number 1.  The serial number could begin with the letter A – L.  The note below is from Kansas City.  However, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Richmond, Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Dallas, and San Francisco also issued 1918 one dollar star notes.  The blue star symbol is always located at the end of the serial number.

As with all collectible currency, the value of 1918 federal reserve bank note stars is based on the condition of the note, the actual serial number, and the signature combination.  Send us an email for exact pricing.

Variations:  Due to all the different issuing districts and signature combinations there are literally dozens of different varieties across the 1918 $1 star spectrum.  Some are very rare, and some are very common.

We highly encourage you to send pictures of your 1918 star note so that we can check it for rare varieties.

Other:  If your 1918 $1 bill doesn’t have a star symbol in the serial number, then you have a regular issue serial number.  Learn more about regular 1918 $1 bills here.