Values of $500 1934 Federal Reserve Notes
Price Guide for 1934 $500 Bills
Denomination: Five Hundred Dollar Bill
Type: Federal Reserve Note
Portrait: William McKinley
$500 Bill Front Picture:
Value and History: We are showing a 1934 $500 bill with a light green seal (LGS). LGS notes usually sell for about 10% more than standard issue 1934 $500 bills. Light green seal notes usually have a serial number under 10,000. Once you train your eye you can spot them without the help of the serial number range. You also need to look for serial numbers under 100. They sell for premiums. And you always want to look for examples that have a serial number that ends with a star symbol instead of the letter A. Star notes are usually worth at least $1,500. Condition is always important. Most 1934 $500 bills are worth around $750. However, any of the factors above can make them be worth a good bit more.
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