1929 Five Dollar Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia – Values and Pricing
1929 five dollar bills in average condition from The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania are typically worth about $15. There were just too many 1929 five dollar bills printed for standard issue notes to carry much of a premium. However there are a few things that add value to an otherwise common 1929 five dollar bill from The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
-if the serial number ends with a star symbol instead of the letter “A” then the bill will be worth at least $150. It is currently thought that only two dozen star notes are known to exist for the five dollar denomination for The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
-if the five dollar bill has a serial number with six or seven leading zeros then it will carry a premium
-if you have five dollar bills with consecutively numbered serial numbers, then those bills will also be worth more than a regular circulated note
When examining 1929 five dollar bills from The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia you will find that the serial number starts with the letter C. There are four black “C”s stamped on the face of the bill. Each note is signed by four different people. 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 Philadelphia 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: firstname.lastname@example.org