We Buy Old Money – Sell Your Old Currency
We are considered the most aggressive old money buyers in the U.S. to date. We buy all types of paper money from sellers across the country. On top of that, we pay more than anyone else. The types of currency listed below will help you determine if your old money has value. If you think you have currency we may be interested in, please contact us via email, phone, or use our contact form. Info@RareMoneyValues.com
Gold certificates were issued in 1863 and last printed in 1928. These old bills can have extremely high value depending on condition, denomination, and scarcity of the variety. We wrote an extensive value guide on gold certificates which can be found here.
Most silver certificates are relatively common and don’t hold much premium, especially more modern small size silver certificates from 1928 and newer. We are however aggressive buyers of 19th-century silver certificates as these tend to hold more value than their counterparts. We wrote an extensive value guide on silver certificates which can be found here.
Legal tenders are also known as United States notes or red seal bills. While the majority have red seals, not all of them do. We consider ourselves the most aggressive buyers of legal tender old money in the U.S. If you’re looking to get your old money appraised, please navigate the site to find values or you can always reach out to me, Marc Michaelsen. Info@RareMoneyValues.com
United States treasury notes were issued for 1890 and 1891. The overall design for both years was generally the same, the only difference being the seal size and type which is different at times. Depending on the denomination, the back of the treasury bill notes will be different. Some of the backs make the treasury notes worth more than others. The 1890 issue will almost always bring more value, as long as their conditions are similar.
We consider ourselves the most aggressive buyers of treasury note old money in the U.S. If you’re looking to get your old money appraised, contact us today. Info@RareMoneyValues.com
We are always buying national currency, especially large size types. To learn more about the values of national currency, we wrote an extensive guide which can be found here. If you have old national currency you think we may be interested in, please reach out as we’re always buying.
While these bills look rare, the majority of them are not. If they have a star symbol at the end of the serial number or have been misprinted in some way, they will likely have a premium. But don’t completely put these aside, as there are a few types that are valuable.
Red seal Federal Reserve notes almost always bring more value than their blue seal counterparts, simply because there was such a smaller print run. Especially the $50 and $100 denominations. If you have these, definitely browse our website for more information and be sure to reach out to us if you have any questions.
Marc Michaelsen has been dealing specifically with $500 and $1000 bills his entire career as a dealer. We are hands down the most aggressive high denomination buyer in the country. Marc has a dedicated website specifically for selling these high denomination banknotes you can find here. If you’re looking to buy or sell your $500 bill, you’ve come to the right place.
Marc Michaelsen has been dealing specifically with $500 and $1000 bills his entire career as a dealer. We are hands down the most aggressive high denomination buyer in the country. If you’re looking to buy or sell your $1000 bill, you’ve come to the right place.
This type is extremely rare and almost impossible to find in high grade. We are always collecting this type as its so scarce and tends to be higher value. These are some of the earliest types of paper money issued by the United States. Please contact us if you have demand notes you’re looking to sell.
The majority of Hawaii notes are common and not worth more than $50 but there are exceptions. If you have a low serial number, star note, or a consecutive run, then we are looking to buy from you. We wrote a guide about Hawaii notes and their values.
If your bill has a blue seal and a yellow seal you have a North Africa note. These, like the Hawaii notes, are common for the most part and we’re mainly looking to buy low serial numbers, star notes, and consecutive runs.
Most fractional currency we come across is fairly common. But there are some rare varieties out there which have good value. If you have fractional currency, send us a clear photo or scan so we can help determine the value of your old currency.
Postal notes aren’t considered actual paper money. But, we are active buyers of them, mainly because we think they’re cool. The market on them is currently soft. We particularly enjoy buying golden examples between 1883 and 1884. If you have a postal note definitely reach out to us as we always enjoy buying this type of paper money.
Most MPC’s are worth $1-$2 at most unfortunately due to a soft market. We are however looking to buy large collections, high grades, replacements, and higher denomination military payment certificates. If you think you have something we may be interested in, definitely reach out as we’re always happy to talk.