Nevada National Currency
Value of Old Nevada National Bank Notes
Nevada had only 16 national currency-issuing chartered banks in 13 different towns. This is an extremely low number of banks for any type of national currency. Nevada is definitely known as having some rare and valuable banknotes, regardless of condition. Two of the Nevada charters are completely unknown, Rhyolite and Austin, meaning if you have one from either of these banks you have something incredibly rare.
- How many dollars worth of national currency were printed
- When the bank opened
- When it stopped printing money
- How many years it printed paper money for
- How many types of national currency the bank issued
- The charter number (to distinguish the bank with a number) and also the banks’ location (county)
Interested in selling your old Nevada currency? Send us a clear photo, front and back, of your Nevada banknote and we’ll reply within 24 hours with our best offer.
Sell or Buy old Nevada bank notes
If you’re looking to sell or buy any type of Nevada paper money, you’ve come to the right place. While we often-times don’t have much Nevada currency available in hand, we can certainly track down any type for our clients. We’re constantly traveling the country, going to coin and currency conventions, looking for rare Nevada national bank notes.
For example, we have plenty of clients come to us who’ve stumbled upon an old Nevada paper currency and they’re afraid to get ripped off from a local Pawn or Coin shop; that’s the last thing you want to happen.
By heart, we are paper money collectors. We don’t have a large overhead brick-and-mortar shop with employees. That’s how we’re able to offer the most aggressive prices in the country. Consider us very serious buyers.
How much is my Nevada National Bank Note Worth?
The answer isn’t black and white. There are actually multiple factors to determine when trying to figure out the value of a bill from Nevada. The easiest way would simply be sending us a clear photo, front and back, and we’d respond to you within 24 hours. If you’re curious about your Nevada national, keep reading.
The first, and possibly most important factor, is supply and demand. If there is lots of supply and no demand, the Nevada currency simply won’t be valuable. Luckily enough, most bills from this state are scarce and a lot of people collect Nevada, so most of the time we won’t have a problem there.
Each bank issued different amounts of currency, depending on the demands for the paper money back in the early 1900s in the specific town.
For example, bills from The Nevada First National bank of Tonopah, charter number 8530, are extremely rare. Pretty much any large size national banknote from this bank will be worth thousands of dollars regardless of how excellent or poor the condition.
We wrote a whole in-depth guide about fancy serial numbers you can check out here, but without going into too much detail many collectors enjoy rare serial numbers. For example, the first banknotes printed always start with Serial Number 1. If you have a banknote with a low serial number like Serial Number 1 through 9, there’s a high likelihood your banknote is valuable, regardless of condition.
Condition is a big factor when it comes to the value of a banknote. Sure, the condition doesn’t really matter for it to be valuable but I’ll tell you right now. The better condition your Nevada bill is, the more money it’s going to bring. This goes for most collectibles in general, though.
The final factor to determine when trying to figure out how much Nevada currency is worth is the market. The market plays a big factor in these bills because it can be extremely volatile. Typically when the economy is doing well, people are willing to spend more money on banknotes. When the market is down, people don’t really want to be spending their money on things like Nevada currency.
These are the variables to take into consideration: supply & demand, condition (overall eye appeal matters), the market, and the serial number. If you’re unsure how valuable your Nevada National Bank Note is, send us a clear photo of the front and back of the bill. We will respond within 24 hours with a free appraisal and our best offer if you want to sell your banknote.
Below is a list of every issuing national currency bank for Nevada. As you may notice, we love talking about old paper money that was printed around the United States. We would love to talk to you about your old Nevada banknote. Contact us today, we’re the real deal!