1953 $5 Dollar Bill Red Series
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  1. #1

    Jun 2007
    Rhode island
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    1953 $5 Dollar Bill Red Series

    I have a service facility and every once in a while we get pain in older bills. I received this in the morning and did not realize it until I had to give change to someone. I am going to do some research on later today. Anyone know how much it might be worth?
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  2. #2
    Apr 2007
    N.E. of Atlanta
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    Re: 1953 $5 Dollar Bill Red Series

    Depending on condition, it is probably in the neighborhood of $8-$12. If it is almost uncirculated, it could bring up to $30. Nice find!!! Gpurs....

  3. #3
    XX is offline

    Jan 2008

    Re: 1953 $5 Dollar Bill Red Series

    That is a sweet find, I'm jealous!!!

  4. #4
    Jul 2018
    1212 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    "The red seal dollars are an interesting fare. They were started during the Civil War and were in production for about one hundred years, making them one of the longest produced notes next to the dollar produced by the Federal Reserve. These notes were actual pieces on national debt. Which means they were direct obligations by the US government and that the individual who had them owned a piece of the national debt. These notes went out of circulation in the 1960s and were removed as legal tender in the mid ’90s but are still spendable currency."


    On the value...

    Last edited by xaos; Jan 23, 2021 at 07:59 AM.
    I got a dig bick...you that read wrong...you read that wrong too!



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