Value of 1877 One Dollar Bills
Description: One dollar national bank notes from 1877 have a chance at being rare. Just because your $1 banknote is in poor condition doesn’t mean its worthless. Some banks that issued one-dollar bills are scarce and didn’t issue many notes. The banks that issue fewer banknotes will commonly have banknotes that are worth more money.
It really comes down to a couple of factors to see if your $1 bill is worth a lot of money or not. Condition, market, serial number, and the chartered bank. We’ve paid a lot of money for some rare example $1 national banknotes, contact us for more information.
Value: The value of most $1 national bank notes from 1877 is based upon condition, serial number, and bank of issue. In some instances, a note will be worth $250. Most sell for around $1,000 but some sell for a lot more. Contact us if you’re interested in finding out how much your $1 national banknote is worth.