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Hawaii & North Africa Emergency World War II Currency Issues | Paper Money Buyers

Hawaii & North Africa Emergency World War II Currency Issues

Hawaii & North Africa Emergency World War II Currency Issues

During World War II The United States issued special currency for the island of Hawaii and for troops in North Africa. The Hawaii notes feature a brown seal and are overstamped with the word “HAWAII” on the front and back of the note. Some are silver certificates and others are federal reserve notes printed in San Francisco. The North Africa notes have a striking yellow seal and are silver certificates. Both of these were very unique looking issues and many were saved by people as souvenirs. The only real rarity is the 1934 $10 North Africa note.

The prices below are just a guideline of average offer prices. If your Hawaii or North Africa note has a star symbol in the serial number or is in beyond perfect condition, the prices will be higher. Contact us and we can get you a more exact offer. All the links on this page will take you to our sister site about old currency.

 

 Year

 Denomination

 Poor Condition

 Average Circulation

 Perfect Condition

1935A – Hawaii

$1

$12

$35

$100

1934 – Hawaii

$5

$25

$85

$225

1934A – Hawaii

$5

$25

$85

$225

1934A – Hawaii

$10

$25

$85

$225

1934 – Hawaii

$20

$55

$125

$600

1934A – Hawaii

$20

$55

$105

$400

1935A – N. Africa

$1

$15

$35

$125

1934A – N. Africa

$5

$30

$75

$175

1934A – N. Africa

$10

$35

$85

$175

1934 – N. Africa

$10

$1,250

$4,500

$12,000