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Arizona National Currency Bank Note Information

  • Arizona had 27 issuing charters in 17 different towns.
  • There are 701 Arizona national currency bank notes known.
  • Which ranks it the third scarcest state/Territory.
  • There is one national currency bank with no notes known: The First National Bank of Prescott (Territorial).
  • We are aggressive Arizona National Banknote buyers. Send us an email at:
Picture of 1902 $10 Tucson Arizona Blue Seal Plain Back National Bank Note

Value of Old Arizona National Bank Notes

National bank notes from Arizona can be some of the most difficult currencies to acquire. There were only 27 banks that issued these notes in only 17 different towns. In the grand scheme of things, that’s an incredibly low number. There is even a bank that issued currency, but there are no known examples to be found, yet. If you have a banknote from Arizona, consider us serious buyers of this type of paper money.

Each bank I list below has detailed information about each bank:

  • How many dollars worth of national currency were printed
  • When the bank opened
  • When it stopped printing money
  • How many years it printed paper money for
  • How many types of national currency the bank issued
  • The charter number (to distinguish the bank with a number) and also the banks’ location (county)

We are buyers of every old Arizona paper money out there. Send us a clear photo of both the front and the back, and we’ll respond to you within 24 hours with our best offer.

Buy or Sell old Arizona bank notes

If you’re looking to buy or sell any type of paper currency from Arizona you’ve come to the right place. We’ve dealt with some of the largest collections in U.S. history when it comes to old paper money. If you’re a collection and you want to buy Arizona national bank notes, and you’re looking for a specific bank, we can track it down for you.

Let’s say you aren’t a collector and you just stumbled upon an Arizona national banknote or collection. You want to make sure you’re getting the full amount of money for the national banknote. We are collectors by nature, we don’t have a brick-and-mortar shop with employees we have to pay. That’s how we’re able to pay more money for Arizona banknotes than anyone in the country.

How much is my Arizona National Bank Note Worth?

The short answer is: it depends. As much as I don’t like saying that, there’s no cut-and-dry answer to the questions. There are a number of factors to consider when determining the value of an Arizona national banknote.

The first factor is supply and demand. Typically, the earlier dated Arizona currency is worth more money; as long as the supply is low for the particular bill. The market is constantly fluctuating, which makes pinpointing an evergreen value impossible.

The reality for some banknotes is there can be extremely low supply, but there are no collectors interested in the bank. Some states that issued national currency have a larger collector base than others, making their value significantly increase.

Each bank issued different amounts of currency, depending on the demands for the paper money back in the early 1900s in the specific town. 

Most Arizona chartered banks didn’t issue a lot of currency, so the chances of your Arizona banknote being rare is likely. That isn’t always the case, though. We’ve paid hundreds, to thousands, to tens of thousands of dollars for paper money from Arizona.

We wrote a whole in-depth guide about fancy serial numbers you can check out here, but without going into too much detail many collectors enjoy rare serial numbers. For example, the first banknotes printed always start with Serial Number 1. If you have a banknote with a low serial number like Serial Number 1 through 9, there’s a high likelihood your banknote is valuable, regardless of condition.

Condition is a key factor when determining the value of an Arizona national bank note. We’ve paid a few hundred dollars for a poor condition example Arizona banknote when in the past we’ve paid quite literally thousands of dollars for the same banknote in pristine condition.

The final variable when determining an Arizona national banknotes value is the market. Markets are constantly fluctuating for better or worse. When you buy or sell national banknotes from Arizona, it really depends on the market and how much money it brings. We will help you with your old paper money, contact us for more information.

These are the variables to take into consideration: supply & demand, condition (overall eye appeal matters), the market, and the serial number. If you’re unsure how valuable your Arizona National Bank Note is, send us a clear photo of the front and back of the bill. We will respond within 24 hours with a free appraisal and our best offer if you want to sell your banknote.

Below is a list of every issuing national currency bank for Arizona. As you may notice, we love talking about old paper money that was printed around the United States. We would love to talk to you about your old Arizona banknote. Contact us today, we’re the real deal!

Rare Alabama National Currency Bank Note Issuing Banks


  • First National Bank of Phoenix, Arizona
    Chartered in 1883 this bank lasted about a year and a half.
    All notes are territorials and only one is known… a blockbuster Serial #1.
    This bank only printed $5 brown backs.

  • First National Bank of Prescott, Arizona
    Chartered in 1884 and gone by the middle of 1885, this bank only printed 225 sheets
    There are no notes known!

  • First National Bank of Tombstone, Arizona
    Chartered in 1902 and lasting 24 years this bank is common for state issues.
    This bank is unknown. If you have an Arizona national bank note you want appraised, we will do it for free!

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