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<< Five Dollar Bill Currency Guide

1882 Five Dollar Bill Value and Information

1882 Five Dollar Bill National Currency Brown Back Note

The 1882 Five dollar bill national currency note is valued basically from the city name on the note.
Often, these notes were saved by the bankers who signed them. These are trophy notes to the hobby.
The 1882 Five Dollar Brownback is the most desirable note design and is often collected as a type.
Notes like this with serial #1 on them are some of the most desirable notes in national currency.
Rare banks are highly desirable and can bring serious values. This note is from Port Henry, NY
If you have a note like this, contact me and I will lookup your bank and let you know if it's rare.

1882 Five Dollar Bill National Currency Brown Back Note
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1882 Five Dollar Bill National Currency Date Back Note

The 1882 Five dollar bill national currency date back note continues the series 1882 brownback.
The front of the note is basically unchanged except the blue seal and overprint vs. the brown seal and overprint.
The back of the note is much different and shows the date 1882-1908 instead of the charter number.
If you have a note like this, contact me and I will lookup your bank and let you know if it's rare.

1882 Five Dollar Bill National Currency Date Back Note

1882 Five Dollar Bill National Currency Value Back Note

The 1882 Five dollar bill national currency value back notes came after the 1882 date back.
These notes are generally scarcer than the dateback and can bring a premium for that reason.
Everything else about the note is the same as the 1882 date back.
If you have a note like this, contact me and I will lookup your bank and let you know if it's rare.

1882 Five Dollar Bill National Currency Value Back Note