Blue seal Federal Reserve Bank notes can be from 1915 or 1918. These notes look very similar to series 1914 Federal Reserve notes. The main difference is the 1918 issues have the portrait on the left hand side of the bill and many of the inscriptions on each note are different. The highest denomination for this type is the fifty dollar bill. If you have any questions about 1918 bills or are looking to sell your old paper money, I am a buyer. Info@RareMoneyValues.com
The one-dollar denomination has a unique design unlike the other denominations of the 1918 issue. George Washington is shown on the left-hand side of the bill. The back shows a green flying eagle clutching an American Flag. The value of these notes can start at about $75 in circulated condition and be worth quite a bit in higher grades.
The series of 1918 $2 bill is one of the most popular from the series, due to its beautiful back featuring a battleship (hence its nickname the battleship note). Thomas Jefferson is pictured on the left side front of every bill, while the back has a large engraving of a battleship on each note. These are even more collectible than the $1 green eagle 1918 and depending on the signature combination and district, the values will fluctuate.
Five dollar 1918 notes unimpressively drop in value even considering its a higher denomination than the $1 and $2 counterparts. These $5 notes are very cheap in the market due to low demand and high supply. Abraham Lincoln is pictured on the left-hand side front of each note.
The ten dollar denomination is where things can really get valuable depending on specific signatures and also the district the bill comes from. Star notes, as always, will bring more value than their regularly issued counterparts. Each bill has Andrew Jackson engraved on the left-hand side of the note. If you have a $10 1918 star note, we are buying.
The twenty dollar denomination bills are considered scarce due to their low production ranges. There are only a handful of districts for the $20 1918 bills.
The fifty dollar denomination was only issued by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, making this note relatively rare. There are only a few dozen $50 examples in high grade known in existence.
We are looking to buy high grade 1918 Federal Reserve Bank notes, consecutive runs, and star notes. If you want to sell your old money, consider us aggressive buyers, we will pay more than anyone else. Info@RareMoneyValues.com