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How Much Is A 1877 $5 Bill Worth?

1877 Five Dollar Bill

How Much Is A 1877 $5 Bill Worth?

Five dollar bills from 1877 are often hard to find. They are referred to as national currency. These $5 bills from 1877 are part of a group of notes known as first charter national bank notes. Don’t get confused by the fact that 1877 and 1875 are printed on the $5 bill. 1877 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 1877 five dollars was equivalent to $270.39 today. A lot of people couldn’t afford to tie up five dollars in 1877 as a curiosity item. Because of that and due to small printings, most 1877 five dollar bills are scarce to rare.

These notes are very collectible. We buy all 1877 five dollar bills. If you need a price quote then please contact us. In recent years we have paid over $9,750 for some very rare 1877 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: 1877 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 issued 1877 $5 bills:

  • Charter 2351 – German National Bank of Denver, Colorado
  • Charter 2352 – First National Bank of Boulder, Colorado
  • Charter 2354 – First National Bank of Lake City, Colorado
  • Charter 2355 – National State Bank of Boulder, Colorado
  • Charter 2368 – First National Bank of Rome, Georgia
  • Charter 2346 – Madison County National Bank of Anderson, Indiana
  • Charter 2361 – National Bank of Rockville, Indiana
  • Charter 2369 – Farmers National Bank of Sullivan, Indiana
  • Charter 2375 – Howard National Bank of Kokomo, Indiana
  • Charter 2363 – First National Bank of Shenandoah, Iowa
  • Charter 2364 – First National Bank of Hamburg, Iowa
  • Charter 2374 – Second National Bank of Richmond, Kentucky
  • Charter 2371 – North National Bank of Rockland, Maine
  • Charter 2347 – Pacific National Bank of Lawrence, Massachusetts
  • Charter 2373 – Pacific National Bank of Boston, Massachusetts
  • Charter 2365 – Merchants & Manufacturers National Bank of Detroit, Michigan
  • Charter 2367 – First National Bank of Eaton Rapids, Michigan
  • Charter 2372 – Farmers National Bank of Union City, Michigan
  • Charter 2356 – Farmers National Bank of Platte City, Missouri
  • Charter 2357 – First National Bank of Beatrice, Nebraska
  • Charter 2362 – Second National Bank of Manchester, New Hampshire
  • Charter 2345 – First National Bank of Franklinville, New York
  • Charter 2348 – Walden National Bank, New York
  • Charter 2353 – Moravia National Bank, New York
  • Charter 2370 – Chase National Bank of The City of NY, New York
  • Charter 2350 – Mahoning National Bank of Youngstown, Ohio
  • Charter 2360 – Lebanon National Bank, Ohio
  • Charter 2360 – Lebanon National Bank & Trust Company, Ohio
  • Charter 2360 – Lebanon Citizens National Bank & Trust Company, Ohio
  • Charter 2366 – Quakertown National Bank, Pennsylvania
  • Charter 2349 – First National Bank of Fort Worth, Texas
  • Charter 2359 – City National Bank of Fort Worth, Texas