1929 Federal Reserve Bank Notes
Series 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Notes look much like 1929 National Bank Notes, but with two important differences. Federal Reserve Bank Notes do not have charter numbers on the left and right side of the front of the note and they do not have the name of a bank to the left side of the center portrait. Instead, the have the name of the FEDERAL RESERVE BANK to the left of the portrait, such as the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Chicago, San Francisco, etc. These notes have brown seals and serial numbers.
Below is a list of our current buying prices for the various denominations of 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Notes, which were issued in $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 denominations.