Value of One Dollar National Bank Notes
Price Guide for One Dollar Banknotes
Years: 1862 – 1878
Denomination: One Dollar Bank Note
Type: National Bank Note
$1 Bill Front Picture:
Description: These were issued by hundreds of national banks between 1862 and 1878.
Seal Type: All of these bank notes have red seals. They can either be spiked as shown above. Or they can be rounded.
Varieties: One dollar bank notes were issued with seven different signature combinations. The Jefferies Spinner combination is by far the rarest.
Vignette: Landing of the Pilgrims, Union & Peace
Value: Most of the value of a $1 national bank note is based on its condition, bank of issue, and serial number. A very generic note in poor condition should sell for around $300. A nice looking note in lightly circulated condition should be between $500 and $1,000. Now, rarities have a whole different valuation scale. We have paid more than $10,000 for some of the rarest one dollar national bank notes. Please contact us for an exact value.
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We buy all of these national $1 bank notes from The United States. The seal type, signature combination, serial number, and condition are very important. We have to see pictures in order to provide any value information. You can text pictures to 864-430-4020. You can also attach pictures to an email message. Please give us a chance to make an offer. The value might surprise you in a good way.