1929 $5 Five-Dollars U.S. National Currency Bank Note - (The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Lot number 5137555
  • Total bids 21
  • Winning bid $39.47
  • Buyer's premium $6.71
  • Total $46.18

Please see the images for details on the condition of the note.

National Bank Notes were United States currency banknotes issued by the National Banks chartered by the U.S. Government. From 1863 - 1935, National Bank Notes were issued by banks throughout the country and U.S. territories. National Bank notes were retired by the U.S. government in the 1930's during the great depression.

Due to the uniqueness of each item, please refer to the photos provided in this auction. We offer high resolution images of each item rather than a written description of condition.

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