Hawaii National Currency Bank Note Information
What’s Hawaii’s Currency?
Since Hawaii is part of the United States of America, the currency is the US Dollar Bill. Automatic teller machines (ATMs) are located all over Hawaii’s towns, which makes it easy to withdraw cash while you’re on vacation in Hawaii. However, if you’ve landed on this website you’re more interested in the value of old national currency from Hawaii, not going on vacation there (although maybe after you sell your banknote, you’ll be able to go after you see what we have to offer you!).
Hawaii National Bank Note Values
The value of Hawaii banknotes depends on multiple factors that we’ll go over in this currency guide. If you’re looking for values on bills with brown seals, make sure you check out our full guide on Hawaii overprint notes. Each state in the United States had banks that issued National currency during the early 1900s. Some of these banks only printed a small amount of currency, making the bills rare and valuable today.
Hawaii printed Large size national bank notes and also small size. Small size bills are the same size as the paper money today, while the large size is much larger and wouldn’t fit in an ordinary wallet today. Small size Hawaii national bills are also relatively more common and less valuable, but some can be worth a lot of money. It’s good to know that condition plays a key factor when determining the value as well. If you have a large size Hawaii national in pristine condition, you may have a rarity.
How do I sell my Hawaii Banknote?
If you want to sell your old Hawaii national bill then you need to find a paper money expert who is able to offer you as much money as possible. The last thing you want to do is go to a local coin or pawn shop where they’re going to offer you way less money than its worth. At Old Money Prices, we have relatively no overhead costs. We don’t have a brick and mortar shop where we have to pay rent and employees. That’s how we’re able to offer more money than anyone.
List of All National Banks for Hawaii
Charters #5550 – #10451
- The First National Bank of Hawaii of Honolulu – 5550
- Bishop First National Bank of Honolulu – 5550
- Bishop National Bank of Hawaii at Honolulu of Honolulu – 5550
- The First National Bank of wailuku – 5994
- The Lahaina National Bank of Lahaina – 8101
- The Baldwin National Bank of Kahului – 8207
- The First National Bank of Paia – 10451