In the US there are no gold dollar bills.
A Liberty Head or Indian head one dollar gold coin dated 1889 or before has .04837oz of gold. The modern Sacagawea or Presidential dollar coins are brass not gold.
The U.S. Mint does NOT make any gold presidential 1 dollar coins. So none can make an ounce of gold.
The U.S. has never made a gold half dollar coin. Look at the coin again and post new question.
It is worth 1 troy ounce of gold, which at the time of writing is $1,380.80 but gold prices are volatile and change daily. The condition of the coin if in absolutely pristine condition it can increase the value by twenty or thirty dollars or so.
If you mean dollar you can purchase 0.028 grams of gold for $1
It's worth a dollar. You can go to the bank and ask them to trade a dollar bill for a Sacajawea dollar. Presto!
$100, a bank will only give you face value, take it to a coin dealer.
On the 5 dollar bill: Redeemable in gold on demand at the united states treasury or in gold or lawful money at any federal reserve bank. 1928 series A A.W. Mellon secretary of the treasury
It's a $10 gold certificate, which was a type of U.S. currency until 1933. It could be redeemed at a bank for gold coins.
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The value of a 1953 gold 2 dollar bill will vary. The value will be determined by the condition of the bill and by the current supply and demand for it.
If you got it from the bank or in change spend it, only the proof and Mint issued uncirculated coins have more than face value.NOTE: The coin is called a SACAGAWEA dollar and has no gold in it
The first 100.00 bill was produced in 1862. A United Sates Note. there were also Compound Interest Treasury Notes, Interest Bearing Notes, National Gold Bank Notes, and Gold Certificates
If you got it in pocket change or from a bank it's just a dollar. Some coins carry a premium but not the ones issued for circulation.
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All 1928 $5 Federal Reserve Notes carried the phrase "Redeemable in Gold", but they weren't gold certificates and in fact no gold certificates with that denomination were printed. In addition, the bill was distributed by the Federal Reserve Bank located in Cleveland; it wasn't produced by a bank called the Bank of Cleveland. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1928 US 5 dollar Federal Reserve Note?" for more information.