3 years ago#1
quillie dasher
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i have 2, 1907-five dollar bills, red seal, andrew jackson. 1,1914-five dollar bill,blue seal and 1,1917-five blule seal,national city bank of tampa fla. blue seal what would these be worth?

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3 years ago#2
Haleiwahi
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Aloha Quillie - thank you for logging in.
The 1907 $5 bill was printed from March of 1902 to August 1929, even though every note says series of 1907, they were not necessarily printed that year. 1907 $5 bills also feature a full date, this date is when the bank got its national charter. 1907 five dollar bills have the portrait of Ben Harrison on the front left. 1907 $5 bills will either have a blue seal or a red seal. Typically, the blue seal 1907 five dollar notes will be more common and worth less than the red seal 1907 five dollar notes. The value of a 1907 $5 bill is not set in stone, the value depends on the bank which issued the notes. But my guess is, depending on the quality of the note starting value would be about $25 to several hundreds.

Grading Notes: Also, when you post information about your note it would be good to remember the grading of a note. Pretty good and really nice are not included in the numismatic grading process. There is Good 4, Very Good 8-10, Fine F12-15, Very Fine VF20-35, Extremely Fine XF40-45, About Uncirculated AU50-58, Choice Uncirculated. CU64-65 Gem Uncirculated. GU65-70 and then there are other descriptive characteristics about the bill, pin holes, folds etc. All this is not only helpful, it is required in determining the value of a specific note.

As far as the 1914-five dollar bill blue seal The 1914 $5 bill was printed from December of 1908 to August 1929, even though every note says series of 1902, they were not necessarily printed that year. 1914 $5 bills also feature a full date, this date is when the bank got its national charter or a variation of that date. 1914 five dollar bills have the portrait of Ben Harrison on the front left. 1914 $5 bills will all have a blue seal. They can be broken down into "date-backs" and "plain backs," generally though there is no value difference between the two. Again, with this bill, the value is not set in stone, the value still depends on the bank which issued the notes.

and finally, the 1917-five blue seal,national city bank of tampa fla. blue seal, I don't have a copy of this bill in inventory and don't have an estimated value but judging from the surrounding notes, My guess is it would be between $50 and $200 depending on the quality and grading.

It is always good to get these bills professionally graded for future increase in prices. BTW: they don't make them any more.

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2 years ago#3
jeff
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hy i have 1907 5 dollar wood chopper series A cant find it any were i also have a series G

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2 years ago#4
CatherineM.
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Hi Jeff, 1907 $5 bill don't have a series. If the 1097 $5 bill starts with a letter, it is a regular issue note.

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