How Much Is A 1877 $1 Bill Worth?
1877 One Dollar Bill
Some national banks printed one dollar bills. Examples from 1877 can be especially scarce. These bills can have two different dates on them. Some will say Series of 1875 and 1877. 1877 is just the date when the national bank originally opened for business; the $1 bill was not necessarily printed during that year. One dollar national bank notes were actually printed as late as 1878. That is a 1 year production period. The rarity of a $1 bill from 1877 is based on its condition, serial number, and bank of issue. The rare currency from this series can be worth several thousand dollars. However, most money still trades for around $1,000. Contact us if you need an exact price quote. You might be surprised by the value.
- Condition: As you might expect, collectors looking to spend lots of money on rare currency want to buy something in great condition. We pay more for 1877 $1 bills that are high grade.
- Serial Numbers: Collectors and dealers both sometimes focus on serial number one $1 bank notes. These were usually kept by bankers as souvenirs of their success. They had no idea that one day the value would be so high.
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The national banks in the list below printed 1877 $1 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