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Old Money Values from The First National Bank Of Hawaii Of Honolulu | 5550

 

The First National Bank Of Hawaii Of Honolulu

 

  • Bank Name: The First National Bank Of Hawaii Of Honolulu
  • Printed: $16,682,520 dollars worth of national currency
  • This is considered: A very high output of currency and doesn’t leave much room for rare bank notes. However, some types of currency from this bank may still be rare
  • Bank opened: 1900
  • Bank stopped printing money: 1935
  • Years of printing money: 36
  • Lifespan: Average for a national bank
  • Types issued: 14
  • Denominations: $5, $10, $20, $50, $100
  • State: Hawaii
  • Bank location: Honolulu County
  • Charter Number: 5550

Below you will find examples of the types. Your bank note below will look similar, but not identical. The difference will be the bank name.

 

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Five Dollar 1882 Brown Back National Bank Note Value

Series of 1882 $5 Brown Back

Year: 1882
Ink Color: Brown
Denomination: Five Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 21,665

1882 $5 Brown Back National Bank Notes. The $5 1882 brown back note was the first denomination for this type to be printed with a brown seal and charter number. To figure out how many $5 brown backs notes were printed you can take the number of sheets printed by the bank issuer and multiply that number by four since each sheet had a total of only four notes on them. Every five-dollar note has a portrait of James Garfield located on the left-hand side of the bill. The different text designs of these bills made the type extremely popular among collectors. If your bill has a low serial number or is in very good condition, it will bring more value to the marketplace. We buy these notes often and are always paying more than any other collector or dealer in the industry. The value of $5 1882 brown backs starts at $150 for a lower grade note and much more in better condition.

Ten Dollar 1882 Brown Back National Bank Note Value

Series of 1882 $10 Brown Back

Year: 1882
Ink Color: Brown
Denomination: Ten Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 15,214

1882 $10 Brown Back National Bank Notes. Each sheet contained three $10 brown back bills on a single printed sheet of 1882 brown backs. As you can see from the picture, these bills all had a very similar design to the earlier issues. The nickname for this bill is pretty self-explanatory. The back of the bill is brown. It’s good to know the charter number and the large seal on the note are both brown as well. Despite having 1882 printed on the bill, these notes were printed all the way up until 1908. You will see a date which is in cursive on the bill, which is the actual date the bank started issuing brown back national bank notes.

 

Twenty Dollar 1882 Brown Back National Bank Note Value

Series of 1882 $20 Brown Back

Year: 1882
Ink Color: Brown
Denomination: Twenty Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 15,214

1882 $20 Brown Back National Bank Notes. It’s good to know that $20 brown back nationals will also have the same sheet output as the $10 brown backs. The reason for this is because there were no sheets printed only with $20 brown backs. Twenty-dollar brown backs were printed on the same sheets the ten-dollar brown back were printed on. For this reason, the number of sheets for the $20 will always be the same as the number of sheets for the $10, since they were both printed together. One cool thing I really like about these brown back notes is that depending on the state which issued them, their backs will have different designs. This alone makes them highly collectible in today’s market. The back left-hand side of the note will have the state seal, which is different for each state. For the most part, 1882 $20 brown backs are quite difficult to locate. There are almost always fewer $20 brown backs than there are $10 brown backs, making the $20 an overall scarcer denomination.

 

Fifty Dollar 1882 Brown Back National Bank Note Value

Series of 1882 $50 Brown Back

Year: 1882
Ink Color: Brown
Denomination: Fifty Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 540

1882 $50 Brown Back National Bank Notes. There weren’t too many banks that printed $50 1882 brown back notes. With high denomination national bank notes, sheet output isn’t important when determining the value of a note. These fifty-dollar brown backs were always printed on sheets with one-hundred-dollar brown back notes. As always, its good information to know how many sheets a bank issued for a particular denomination. The value of the most common $50 1882 brown back will be around $3,000. However, based on condition, serial number, and bank of issue, these notes do sometimes bring well over $10,000. We are always buying high denomination brown seal national bank notes, please send us your photos and we will respond with our best offer.

One Hundred Dollar 1882 Brown Back National Bank Note Value

Series of 1882 $100 Brown Back

Year: 1882
Ink Color: Brown
Denomination: One Hundred Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 540

1882 $100 Brown Back National Bank Notes. You must realize that just because a bank prints a high number of sheets doesn’t always mean they are all common. One-hundred-dollar national bank notes are extremely rare and we’ve paid over $20,000 for some examples. We are aggressive buyers of $100 brown back nationals and we pay more than anyone else. Send us clear photos of your banknote(s). We respond within 24 hours with a free appraisal and our best offer.

Five Dollar 1882 Blue Seal National Bank Note Value

1882 Blue Seal $5 National Bank Note

Year: 1882
Ink Color: Blue
Denomination: Five Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 57,455

1882 $5 Blue Seal National Bank Notes. Only some U.S. national banks issued 1882 $5 blue seal bank notes. While these are definitely a rarer issue, the market and collector demand isn’t very popular as I think it should be. Outside of a few minor differences, they’re very similar to the more popular brown back series. As you may imagine, the brown back series is more considered more popular among collectors. As always, there are always exceptions. I’ve paid thousands for some five-dollar 1882 blue seal national bank notes. Never assume your note is worth a little or a lot until you consult with a paper money expert, like us. We give free consultations and love talking. Please reach out to us today.

Ten Dollar 1882 Blue Seal National Bank Note Value

1882 Blue Seal $10 National Bank Note

Year: 1882
Ink Color: Blue
Denomination: Ten Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 38,555

1882 $10 Blue Seal National Bank Notes. This type was only printed by banks for about 10 years. The ten-dollar 1882 blue seal is generally known as a common type unless you find the rare signature combination variety. Although the date 1882 is printed on the bill, these were actually printed between 1908 and 1921. While these are still old bank notes, they are exactly as old as they appear due to this misconception. These $10 1882 blue seal nationals have their charter numbers printed along the borders of the notes. Similar to earlier issues, this note has two designs seen on either side of the face, “Franklin and Electricity” and “America Seizing Lightning.” The value of an 1882 $10 blue seal national bank note will start at around $200 for an average condition note. We’ve paid over $1,000 for better conditions and better bank issuer notes. As always, the better the bank, the better the condition, the more valuable the note will likely be.

Twenty Dollar 1882 Blue Seal National Bank Note Value

1882 Blue Seal $20 National Bank Note

Year: 1882
Ink Color: Blue
Denomination: Twenty Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 38,555

1882 $20 Blue Seal National Bank Notes. The number of sheets printed will always be the same number of twenty-dollar 1882 notes that were printed. This is because these notes were printed on sheets of three. Each sheet had two, $10 notes and one, $20 note. The $20 1882 blue seal notes are generally worth at least $200 in poor condition and increase in value depending on condition and bank of issue.

Fifty Dollar 1882 Blue Seal National Bank Note Value

1882 Blue Seal $50 National Bank Note

Year: 1882
Ink Color: Blue
Denomination: Fifty Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 550

1882 $50 Blue Seal National Bank Notes. It’s rare to encounter high denomination national bank notes regardless of how many sheets a bank printed. The value of fifty dollar blue seal 1882 nationals is typically over $1,500. Some types, depending on condition, can bring 5 figures. Contact us for more information.

One Hundred Dollar 1882 Blue Seal National Bank Note Value

1882 Blue Seal $100 National Bank Note

Year: 1882
Ink Color: Blue
Denomination: One Hundred Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 550

1882 $100 Blue Seal National Bank Notes. High denomination $100 blue seal nationals will always bring good money; it doesn’t really matter how many were printed. Only 256 national banks total printed this type and denomination. I’m looking to add more of these to my collection, please contact me if you have something that looks like the picture above.

Five Dollar 1902 Blue Seal National Bank Note Value

1902 $5 Blue Seal National Bank Note

Year: 1902
Ink Color: Blue
Denomination: Five Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 59,669
Portrait: Ben Harrison

1902 $5 Blue Seal National Bank Notes. Ben Harrison is on the front left side of all 1902 $5 blue seal national bank notes. The five-dollar is the smallest denomination issued for the 1902 series. These notes have blue seals, blue charter numbers, and blue serial numbers. Even though these notes say 1902 on them, the print run by national banks was between 1908 and 1928. It’s good to know the two different types of blue seal national bank notes. The first type is called a “date back” which has the date “1902-1908” printed on the back of the bill. The second type is called a “plain back” which does not have the date printed on the back of the bill. The difference between these two types when determining value is insignificant. What matters when finding the value of a 1902 blue seal national bank note is mainly the condition and how many notes still remain from the issuing national bank.

 

Ten Dollar 1902 Blue Seal National Bank Note Value

1902 $10 Blue Seal National Bank Note

Year: 1902
Ink Color: Blue
Denomination: Ten Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 50,990
Portrait: William McKinley

1902 $10 Blue Seal National Bank Notes. All 1902 $10 blue seal bank notes a portrait of William McKinley on the left-hand side of the bills. The values of these bills vary anywhere from $40 to over $10,000 depending on rarity and condition. These blue seal nationals are generally common and often times not very popular due to their more generic look. Despite this, we do still buy them aggressively and are always interested in what you have. There is no easy way to determine the value of national currency by doing a quick internet search. You need to speak to an expert (like us) who will help you determine the value of your specific type of bank note. What we look for is a combination of nearly a dozen factors which determine the value of the bill. We know exactly what to look for and we’re always happy to give free appraisals on your rare national bank notes as well as our best offer.

 

Twenty Dollar 1902 Blue Seal National Bank Note Value

1902 $20 Blue Seal National Bank Note

Year: 1902
Ink Color: Blue
Denomination: Twenty Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 360
Portrait: Hugh McCulloch

1902 $20 Blue Seal National Bank Notes. When it comes to twenty-dollar blue seals, the same general rules apply as they do for the ten-dollar blue seals. Even though the $20 blue seals are generally three times rarer, this, unfortunately, does not increase its value what-so-ever. While some banks may be considered rare, the 1902 blue seal series typically isn’t as popular amount collectors, but some definitely can be. Hugh McCulloch is pictured on the front left side of each blue seal $20 bill. There are some instances where these will have more value than anticipated. Contact us if you need help pricing your blue seal national currency.

 

Fifty Dollar 1902 Blue Seal National Bank Note Value

1902 $50 Blue Seal National Bank Note

Year: 1902
Ink Color: Blue
Denomination: Fifty Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 360
Portrait: John Sherman

1902 $50 Blue Seal National Bank Notes. Most people come to me thinking their fifty-dollar blue seal from 1902 is worth a fortune because only a few hundred sheets were printed; this isn’t the case. Often times these are worth between $500 and $1,000. The market for national bank notes is constantly fluctuating but if the condition of the bill is nice, and the demand is high, this is when these bills can bring over $5,000.

 

One Hundred Dollar 1902 Blue Seal National Bank Note Value

1902 $100 Blue Seal National Bank Note

Year: 1902
Ink Color: Blue
Denomination: One Hundred Dollar Bill
Sheets Printed: 360
Portrait: John J Knox

1902 $100 Blue Seal National Bank Notes. Wondering why the sheets printed for the $100 and $50 are identical? The answer is because they were printed on the same sheet of paper. High denomination national banknotes can bring serious money if the condition and market demand is present. To learn more give us a call, we’re always happy to talk.

 

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