Every Denomination Printed for U.S. Paper Money
We’re always looking to add different denomination banknotes to our U.S. paper money collections. There were several different denominations printed by the United States Federal Government. In this guide we’ll go over every denomination and you can click on each image below to learn more details about each. If you’re looking to find your bill by its type, check out this guide we wrote with all different types of paper money.
Some of these old U.S. bills can be worth thousands or tens of thousands of dollars. It really depends on how many were produced and how many survived until today. Like most paper money, the older your paper money is, and the better the condition, the more money it will likely be worth.
We offer the most informative and complete Denomination paper money guide on the internet. See the paper money listed below to learn more. Contact us if you have any questions.
Do you want to know the value of your bills? You’ve come to the right place. We’ll tell you exactly what you need to know.
If you’ve stumbled upon old Paper Money Bill, there is a chance your banknote is worth good money.
This guide will provide valuable information below. Here’s a quick summary of the key points:
- Old U.S. Paper money values
- Fake and real banknotes
- Different varieties of Old paper money and their values
- Condition is King when figuring out values
- If your bill has a low serial number, it has the potential of being worth more money
Keep reading to learn if your old dollar bill is potentially worth thousands.
What is a Denomination?
While it seems apparent, not many people actually know what the denomination of the bill is. The denomination of a paper money bill is the number and value of the bill. For example, the denomination of $1 is One Dollar.
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The United States printed many different denominations of paper money since the late 1800s. Today, many of these banknotes still exist but it’s pretty rare to find them in superb condition. We’ve paid as little as $1.25 for circulated $1 silver certificates and as much as $150,000 for extremely scarce high denomination banknotes. Contact us today and we’ll respond within 24 hours with our best offer.
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