Value of One Dollar 1875 Legal Tenders
Price Guide for 1875 One Dollar Banknotes
Denomination: One Dollar Bank Note
Type: Legal Tender (United States Note)
$1 Bill Front Picture:
Description: The design on the left side of each bank note is called The Embarkation of the Pilgrims.
Seal Type: These bank notes all have the same red seal as you see above.
Varieties: All 1875 $1 bills were signed by Allison and New. There are six different varieties based on the series letter though. Most notes don’t have a series letter. However, some can be Series A, Series B, Series C, Series D, or Series E.
Portrait: George Washington
Value: If you are dealing with an 1875 $1 legal tender note, then you definitely want to find one with the series letter A, B, C, D, or E. Here is the order of value, starting with the most valuable: D, E, B, A, C. They are all fairly scarce though. Notes without a series letter are still in demand, but just not as rare. Please contact us for exact value information.
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