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1928 Red Seal Five Dollar Bills – Values and Pricing

Series of 1928 red seal five dollar bills are very common in circulated grades.  They are typically worth about $7 in circulated condition.  With that said, some 1928 five dollar legal tender notes can be worth much more if they are in perfect condition.  Perfect condition means brand new, never been folded.

When analyzing 1928 red writing five dollar bills you need to look and see what series the bill is.  The series can be 1928, 1928A, 1928B, 1928C, 1928D, 1928E, or 1928F.  All red seal fives are equally common in circulated grades.  However, high grade notes have different values, as do star notes.  If there is a series letter, it will be found as seen on the pictures below:

Keep in mind that 1928 five dollar red seals say 1928, but they were printed for many years past just 1928. 1928Fs were printed as late as the early 1950s.  Some 1928 five dollar bills have different phrasings.  However, all 1928 fives have a portrait of Abraham Lincoln.  All bills have a red seal on the left hand side of the bill. They also have red inked writing used for the serial numbers.

As with any United States currency issue, having a fancy serial number, having a misprint, or being a star note can drastically increase the value.  We have fancy serial number and misprint guides in the main navigation. You can find everything you need to know about 1928 five dollar red seal star notes here.

We are absolutely interested in purchasing any 1928 red writing five dollar bills that are uncirculated, have a fancy serial number, misprint, or have a star symbol at the beginning of the serial number. [email protected].  We do not purchase the common circulated 1928 red seal fives.  For more exact pricing click on your specific note below.



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Series of 1928 One Dollar Red Seal United States Note – Values and Pricing

1928 is the only year for which you can find a small size one dollar bill that has a red seal.  The red seal denotes that the dollar bill is a legal tender note, also called a United States Note.  1928 one dollar red seal notes are very popular.

The story of the 1928 is a strange one, in that it doesn’t make any chronological sense.  All 1928 red seal dollar bills say series of 1928 on them.  However, they were actually not printed until 1933.  To make things even odder, 1928 one dollar red seals didn’t get released for circulation until late 1948.  When they were finally released into circulation, Puerto Rico was chosen as the location of distribution.  Despite that less than direct path, many low serial number, choice uncirculated, red seal one dollar bills exist today.

A collector can buy a heavily circulated 1928 red seal one for around $50.  Uncirculated notes start at around $200 and go up slowly from there based on centering.  As mentioned above, there is a staggering number of high grade 1928 one dollar legal tender notes known to exist.  This is thanks in part to many of the first 4,000 notes issued being saved, along with a few packs of 100 consecutive notes.  In fact, consecutive packs of 100 are occasionally still available fully intact.

The collectability of the 1928 one dollar red seal does relate to the fact that it is a one year design and the note is very distinctive.  Thanks to research, we know that 1,872,012 notes were printed.  All of these notes were printed in Washington DC and they are all signed by WO Woods as the treasurer of the united states and WH Woodin as secretary of the treasury.  The back of all 1928 one dollar red seals feature the funnyback design.

In addition to George Washington and a red seal, each 1928 one dollar legal tender note also says:

“This note is a legal tender at its face value for all debts public and private except duties on imports and interest on the public debt”

“United States Note – The United States of America – Washington – Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand One Dollar”

Star notes were also printed for the 1928 one dollar legal tender series and they are quite rare.  Learn more about 1928 $1 red seal star noteshere.

We are aggressive buyers of all 1928 one dollar legal tender notes.  We are especially looking for high grade examples, consecutive runs, sheets, and star notes.  Contact us now and tell us what you have. [email protected]


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The 1928 five dollar bills are collectible notes that can be valuable. Star notes exist and they will sell for higher prices. Continue reading to learn more about these bills.

1928 5 Dollar Bill Red Seal

1928 5 Dollar Bill Red Seal Reverse


Denomination:$5.00 USD
Type:Legal Tender Note
Seal Color:Red
Series:Eight: 1928, 1928A, 1928B, 1928C, 1928D, 1928E, 1928F


The value is mainly going to depend on the series and the bill's condition. Below are the values for each series in very fine condition and MS 63 uncirculated condition.

SeriesVery FineMS 63 Uncirculated

Star Notes

Any bill with a star symbol before the serial number is called a star note. These star notes are replacement notes that are more rare and more valuable. Check out the chart below to learn about the value for each star note series in very fine condition and MS 63 uncirculated condition.

SeriesVery FineMS 63 Uncirculated

Note: Valuable bills should be placed inside currency holders.

Grading System

Very fine- A note that has been in circulation but not for a long time. The note is still relatively crisp. There may be some creases, folds, or light smudges.

MS 63 choice uncirculated- A note that shows no signs of ever having been in circulation. The note still has its original crispness. The note is also well-centered.



A Guide Book of United States Paper Money

See also:

1929 Five Dollar Bill
1914 Five Dollar Bill

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Red Seal $5 Dollar Bill Complete Guide - What Is It Worth And Why?

Two Dollar Bill Red Seal Series 1928 US Currency Good or Better

We are pleased to offer for sale this Two Dollar Bill Red Seal Series 1928 US Currency Good or Better.  These Red Seal Two Dollar Bills are nice original bills which grade good or better.  These Red Seal Two Dollar Bills are US Legal Tender Notes that circulated at the same time as Silver Certificates.  These notes are Series 1928 (random pick our choice 1928, 1928-A through G).  Each bill comes in a currency sleeve for protection.  These Red Seal Two Dollar Bills will make a nice addition to any currency collection!

Information on these Red Seal Series 1928 Two Dollar Bills:

In 1929 all US Currency was changed to its current modern size.  The $2 bill was kept only as a United States Legal Tender Note.  The obverse features a cropped version of Thomas Jefferson's portrait that was previously featured on $2 bills.  The reverse of the bill depicts Monticello, the Jefferson's home. The note's seal and serial numbers are printed in red.  The series 1928 bill can be differentiated from future series by the placement of the treasury seal on the left of the obverse of the note, super-imposed by the legal tender obligation.  Also, on the right of the obverse "TWO" is  printed in large gray letters.  (In future series the seal is super-imposed over "TWO" on the right side of the note.)

What is a Red Seal Note?

Red Seal Notes are United States Currency known as either United States Notes or Legal Tender Notes.  Legal Tender Notes are the longest lived of all  U.S. Currency, first authorized in the Act of Congress of May 3, 1878 and issued through 1971.  Large-size Legal Tender Notes were issued only through 1929, after which the currency changed to the smaller "modern size" notes still used today.  All Small-size Legal Tender Notes have red seals, and therefore they are referred to as Red Seal Notes or Red Seal Bills.  Red Seal Notes have been issued in $1, $2, $5, and $100 denominations.  The Mint also printed but did not issue $10 and $20 denominations.  

Only one issue of the $1 Red Seal Note was printed, the series 1928. The $2 Red Seal Notes were printed in multiple series:  1928, 1928 A through G, 1953, 1953 A through C, 1963, and 1963 A.  $5 Red Seal Notes were also printed in multiple series: 1928, 1928 A through F, 1953, 1953 A through C, and 1963.  The $100 Red Seal Notes were printed in series 1966 and 1966 A.

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