1977A $1 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 1977A $1 Bill Worth?

1977A $1 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 1977A $1 Bill Worth?

1977a One Dollar Federal Reserve Note

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Item Info
Series1977a
TypeFederal Reserve Note
Seal VarietiesOne: Green
Signature Varieties1. Morton - Miller
Varieties12 Banks Issued Notes:
Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Kansas City, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia, Richmond, San Francisco, St. Louis
Star Notes12 Varieties with Star Serial Numbers.
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4 thoughts on “1977A $1 Federal Reserve Note Value – How much is 1977A $1 Bill Worth?”

    • Hi, unfortunately these notes don’t have much collectible value at this time.

      They are still common to find in general circulation. You might get them in grocery store change or cash withdrawals from banks.

      These notes might be collectible with a fancy serial number like 12345678, 77778888, 10101010 etc. Even better, a fancy pattern with a star in the serial number! 🙂

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