Surely, every day you exchange bills of all types of denominations in various transactions when shopping in stores. That’s why, It would be worth taking a look at each of them, as some could be worth up to thousands of dollars more.
Below, we share five of them with you.
1. $1,000 bill from 1861
This bill holds the record for being the largest denomination ever printed for use by the general public.
If you find one, it could sell for between $1,500 and $2,500.it all depends on the state of the ticket
The bill bears the face of President Grover Cleveland.
2. 1928 $500 dollar bill
This bill began printing in 1928 and stopped being printed in 1945. It has the face of President William McKinley.
Depending on the state you are in, it could be worth between $1,000 and $1,500.
3. $100 bill from 1950
This is one of the most used banknotes today, so it would be worth it whenever you see one of this denomination to pay close attention to the date it was printed.
And the 1950 can be worth between $10 and $150 dollars, depending on its condition.. It has the portrait of Benjamin Franklin on one of the sides.
4. $50 dollar bill from 1862
This bill has the portrait of Ulysses S. Grant and began printing in 1862.
If you find one, it could be worth between $80 and $100.
5. $10 dollar bill from 1933 and 1934
These bills are actually known as silver certificates. They must have a blue seal on one side.
These bills are still easy to find and very common, so most of them are not worth more than $10 dollars.
However, some may be worth a little more if the stamp is light green.
If it’s in good condition, you could sell it to a collector for between $20 and $35..
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