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How Much Is A 1876 $5 Bill Worth?

1876 Five Dollar Bill

How Much Is A 1876 $5 Bill Worth?

Five dollar bills from 1876 can be difficult to locate. They are technically called national currency by collectors. These $5 bills from 1876 are part of a group of notes known as first charter national bank notes. Don’t get confused by the fact that 1876 and 1875 are printed on the $5 bill. 1876 is the charter date and 1875 is the series date. All of these five dollar bills will have a red seal. Their exact value is based on the bank of issue, the condition, and the serial number. In 1876 five dollars was the same as $278.50 today. Most people couldn’t afford to keep five dollars in 1876 just because. For that reason and due to small printing numbers, most 1876 five dollar bills are scarce to rare.

There is an active market for these notes. We purchase all 1876 five dollar bills. If you need an offer then please contact us. In the past we have paid more than $9,500 for very rare 1876 five dollar bills. You won’t know how much yours could be worth unless you ask. And you would not be the first person to be shocked by the value. No matter what you have, we guarantee it is worth many multiples more than the face value of five dollars.

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Remember: 1876 five dollar bills with the serial number one, or bills that are in perfect condition, should be worth more money than generic bills.

The following banks printed 1876 $5 bills:

  • Charter 2342 – Central National Bank of Norwalk, Connecticut
  • Charter 2336 – Fruit Growers National Bank of Smyrna, Delaware
  • Charter 2336 – Fruit Growers National Bank & Trust Company of Smyrna, Delaware
  • Charter 2340 – First National Bank of Milford, Delaware
  • Charter 2340 – First National Bank & Trust Company of Milford, Delaware
  • Charter 2338 – National Bank of Columbus, Georgia
  • Charter 2338 – First National Bank of Columbus, Georgia
  • Charter 2328 – First National Bank of Jerseyville, Illinois
  • Charter 2330 – Centennial National Bank of Virginia, Illinois
  • Charter 2332 – Farmers National Bank of Geneseo, Illinois
  • Charter 2326 – First National Bank of Afton, Iowa
  • Charter 2327 – Second National Bank of Dubuque, Iowa
  • Charter 2327 – Consolidated National Bank of Dubuque, Iowa
  • Charter 2323 – Fleming County National Bank of Flemingsburg, Kentucky
  • Charter 2341 – Centreville National Bank of Maryland, Maryland
  • Charter 2324 – Palmer National Bank, Massachusetts
  • Charter 2316 – Rochester National Bank, Minnesota
  • Charter 2318 – Citizens National Bank of New Ulm, Minnesota
  • Charter 2331 – Flemington National Bank, New Jersey
  • Charter 2331 – Flemington National Bank & Trust Company, New Jersey
  • Charter 2339 – Amwell National Bank of Lambertville, New Jersey
  • Charter 2343 – Union National Bank at Mount Holly, New Jersey
  • Charter 2343 – Union National Bank & Trust Company at Mount Holly, New Jersey
  • Charter 2320 – First National Bank of Boonville, New York
  • Charter 2319 – First National Bank of Winston, North Carolina
  • Charter 2321 – First National Bank of Wilson, North Carolina
  • Charter 2322 – National Bank of Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Charter 2325 – Farmers National Bank of Mechanicsburg, Ohio
  • Charter 2317 – Centennial National Bank of The City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 2329 – First National Bank of Connellsville, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 2333 – Union National Bank of Souderton, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 2333 – Union National Bank & Trust Company of Souderton, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 2334 – Farmers National Bank of Pennsburg, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 2335 – Harmony National Bank, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 2337 – Citizens National Bank of Towanda, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 2344 – LaCrosse National Bank, Wisconsin