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How rare is a five dollar bill, in mint condition, dated 1950?

Asked by john65pennington (29235points) December 30th, 2010

Receiving change from a clerk in a purchase, i noticed one of the five dollar bills looked entirely different than the other five dollar bills she gave me, It was a much darker shade of green. I am thinking that someone must have been financially strapped, in order to go into their collection to make a store purchase. Question: so all you money experts out there, its my five dollar bill worth anything?

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If I remember correctly, mint condition means uncirculated for bills, so it is probably not worth more than face value to a collector.

john65pennington's avatar

Yarnlady. you are probably correct. thanks. anyway, i had forgotten what real money looked like. i will frame it. its a bright shade of green.

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