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We Buy Money from The Farmers Bank of The State of Delaware

Farmers Bank of The State of Delaware Paper Money Guide

Old currency issued by The Farmers Bank of The State of Delaware is no longer good at its face value. However, it can certainly still be rare and collectible. These are known as obsolete banknotes. Obsolete currency is valued similarly to any other antique banknote. The condition and rarity are the two most important factors that determine what a certain bill is worth. It is impossible to compile a price guide that can show exactly how much a note should sell for sight unseen. However, we are available to answer any inquiries. Just email pictures of your banknote from The Farmers Bank of The State of Delaware and we can go from there.

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Different Types of Currency

The following is some very basic information about the denominations and years that The Farmers Bank of The State of Delaware printed money:

The branch bank location in Dover issued the following types of currency:
1st Series (Denomination & Dates):  $1 – 1810s – 1860s
2nd Series:  $2 – 1810s – 1860s
3rd Series:  $3 – 1810s – 1860s
4th Series:  $5 – 1810s – 1850s
5th Series:  5 cents – Aug 1, 1837
6th Series:  6 1/4 cents – July 25, 1809
7th Series:  $10 – 1810s – 1850s
8th Series:  10 cents – Aug 1, 1837
9th Series:  12 1/2 cents – July 25, 1809
10th Series:  $20 – 1810s – 1850s
11th Series:  25 cents – July 25, 1809
12th Series:  25 cents – Aug 1, 1837
13th Series:  $50 – 1830s – 1850s
14th Series:  50 cents – Aug 1, 1837
15th Series:  $100 – 1830s – 1850s

The branch bank location in Georgetown issued the following types of currency:
1st Series (Denomination & Dates):  $1 – 1807s – 1860s
2nd Series:  5 cents – Sept 20, 1837
3rd Series:  5 cents – Oct 17, 1839
4th Series:  6 1/4 cents – Aug 30, 1815
5th Series:  6 1/4 cents – Sept 20, 1837
6th Series:  6 1/4 cents – Oct 17, 1839
7th Series:  10 cents – Sept 20, 1837
8th Series:  10 cents – Oct 17, 1839
9th Series:  12 1/2 cents – Sept 20, 1837
10th Series:  12 1/2 cents – Oct 17, 1839
11th Series:  25 cents – Sept 20, 1837
12th Series:  25 cents – Oct 17, 1839
13th Series:  50 cents – Oct 17, 1839

The branch bank location in New Castle issued the following types of currency:
1st Series (Denomination & Dates):  $1 – 1807s – 1860s
2nd Series:  $2 – 1820s – 1860s
3rd Series:  $3 – 1807s – 1850s
4th Series:  $5 – 1807s – 1850s
5th Series:  5 cents – Nov 3, 1815
6th Series:  6 1/4 cents – Jan 24, 1815
7th Series:  6 1/4 cents – Nov 3, 1815
8th Series:  10 cents – Jan 24, 1815
9th Series:  $10 – 1807s – 1850s
10th Series:  20 cents – Jan 24, 1815
11th Series:  $20 – 1807s – 1850s
12th Series:  50 cents – Nov 3, 1815
13th Series:  $20 – 1830s – 1850s
14th Series:  $100 – 1830s – 1850s

The branch bank location in Wilmington issued the following types of currency:
1st Series (Denomination & Dates):  1 1/4 cents – May 3, 1816
2nd Series:  $1 – 1810s – 1860s
3rd Series:  $2 – 1820s – 1860s
4th Series:  $3 – 1810s – 1850s
5th Series:  $5 – 1810s – 1850s
6th Series:  $10 – 1810s – 1850s
7th Series:  12 1/2 cents – Nov 3, 1815
8th Series:  $20 – 1810s – 1850s
9th Series:  25 cents – May 3, 1816
10th Series:  $50 – 1830s – 1850s
11th Series:  50 cents – May 3, 1816
12th Series:  $100 – 1830s – 1850s


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