1969 $50 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 1969 $50 Bill Worth?

1969 $50 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 1969 $50 Bill Worth?

1969 Fifty Dollar Federal Reserve Note

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Sell 1969 $50 Bill
Item Info
Series1969
TypeFederal Reserve Note
Seal VarietiesOne: Green
Signature Varieties1. Elston - Kennedy
Varieties12 Banks Issued Notes:
Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Kansas City, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Richmond, San Francisco, St. Louis
Star Notes8 Varieties with Star Serial Numbers.
See AlsoIf your note doesn't match try:
1. 1969A $50 Federal Reserve Note
2. 1969B $50 Federal Reserve Note
3. 1969C $50 Federal Reserve Note
4. 1974 $50 Federal Reserve Note
5. 1977 $50 Federal Reserve Note
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3 thoughts on “1969 $50 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 1969 $50 Bill Worth?

  1. I have a 50 dollar bill that has Series 1969. B10480719A. It has WASHINGTON DC as the Issuing State. I could not find it on the list os Star Notes.

    • Hi, this wouldn’t be a star note because the serial number contains Federal Reserve District “B” and block letter “A” at the end. The star would appear at the end of the serial number, e.g. B10480719*.

      I don’t have an offer on your note, it is very common by collecting standards.

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