Value of Five Thousand Dollar Federal Reserve Note From Series of 1918
|Type: Federal Reserve Note
|Denomination: Five Thousand Dollar Bill
|Value: These are very rare, the exact value is based on the condition and serial number.
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|Description: Right now there are only five series of 1918 $5,000 bills known to exist. It gets worse, all five are in government holdings. That means that there are no five thousand dollar bills from 1918 held by any collectors.
Furthermore, if you have a bill with the following serial numbers then what you have is fake.Fake numbers: B1A, B2A, D1A, G1A, L1087AWe know that the above serial numbers are fake, because those are the serial numbers of the five 1918 $5,000 bills held in government collections. We most often see the G1A copy. It has been pictured in a reference book for years, thousands of copies of it are floating around.
The good news is that it is very plausible that several 1918 five thousand dollar bills should and do exist in private hands. If you have one of these, and it doesn’t have one of the five serial numbers listed above, then please tell us about it. We are ready to pay a lot of money for an authentic example.
|Variations: 1918 $5,000 Federal Reserve Notes were all signed by Burke and Glass and they all have the same design as pictured above. They were issued for the following six districts.
Boston – A
As a side note, this is one of only 4 United States bills that has the dollar symbol on it.
|Inscriptions: Washington D.C. – Federal Reserve Note – The United States of America Will Pay To The Bearer on Demand Five Thousand Dollars – Authorized By Federal Reserve Act of December 23, 1913 As Amended By Act of September 26, 1918 – Series of 1918 – Federal Reserve Note – Amer Septent Sigil Thesaur – Secretary of the Treasury – Treasurer of the United States – Washington Resigning His Commission