1929 $5 Bill Value – How Much Is 1929 Girard National Bank of Girard Pennsylvania $5 Worth?


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Sell 1929 $5 Girard National Bank of Girard, Pennsylvania Bill
Item Info
Series1929
Charter#14191 Girard National Bank of Girard, Pennsylvania
Year Chartered1934, 397 Banks Chartered
City InfoGirard is a borough in Erie County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 3,104 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Erie Metropolitan Statistical Area. Girard's history began with a petition to "Township Status" in 1832 by reassigning lands previously allocated to neighboring municipalities. The name is in honor of Stephen Girard, a banking tycoon of the late 1700s and early 1800s. Stephen Girard, a resident of Philadelphia at that time, was chosen for a variety of reasons. He owned much of the neighboring Springfield Township, and had been admired by the residents in the region. Additionally, Girard officials had been lobbying with Stephen Girard's foundation, upon his death in 1831, to be the site of the bequeathed Girard College. Despite this attempt, his family, and will executors chose to establish the boarding school in Philadelphia, where Stephen Girard had a long-standing tradition as a local philanthropist. Source: Wikipedia
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Seal VarietiesOne: Small Brown
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4. 1928B $5 Federal Reserve Note
5. 1928C $5 Federal Reserve Note
6. 1928D $5 Federal Reserve Note
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Other Info1. Value depends on notes known for charter, condition and market demand.
Neat FactNotes from common charters are less valuable compared to rarer charters. Value also depends on type, denomination and total notes known for city, state and region. Ultimate determination of value is collector demand.
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