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        We Buy U.S. Currency from
        Sellers Across the Country

        We Accept Consignments For Stacks Bowers Auctions
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        Values of $50 1891 Silver Certificates

        Price Guide for Rare Silver Certificates

        Year:  1891

        Denomination:  Fifty Dollar Bank Note

        Type:  Silver Certificate

        Portrait:  Edward Everett

        $50 Bill Front Picture:

        Value and Other Information:   This is by far the most common and available $50 silver certificate; it is also the last of the denomination and type issued by The United States. There are six different types. The most common type has a blue seal like the example above. The other five types have a red seal and are slightly rarer, especially in high grades. We tend to see these in heavily circulated condition. Low serial numbers are also rarely encountered.


        We buy all of these $50 bank notes issued by The United States. No matter your intention, you definitely want to have your $50 bill checked out before deciding what to do with it. We have to see pictures in order to provide any sort of price or authenticity information. You can text pictures to 864-430-4020. You can also attach pictures to an email message. You’ll never know what we would have offered unless you ask. The value might surprise you in a good way.