Values of $500 1928 Federal Reserve Notes
Price Guide for 1928 $500 Bills
Denomination: Five Hundred Dollar Bill
Type: Federal Reserve Note
Portrait: William McKinley
$500 Bill Front Picture:
Value and History: Please note that these $500 bills do state payable in gold on demand. However, these are called federal reserve notes. They are not gold certificates. With that said, these can still be rare and collectible. Serial numbers under 100 are especially popular. If you have a serial number that ends with a star symbol instead of the letter A, then you have a great find that could be worth more than $10,000. All 1928 $500 bills in choice or gem uncirculated condition are valuable. The issuing district (Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Richmond, Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Dallas, San Francisco) matters. Notes from Boston are scarce. Other factors can also affect the value. Contact us for details.
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