What Is A $25 Savings Bond From 1979 Worth?


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A savings bond from 1979 is classified as a Series E type savings bond. This means it was issued between December of 1965 and December of 1979. This consequently means it has a maturity period of 30 years.

  • Maturity period
The maturity period is the time it takes for a bond to accrue interest, before there is no further interest added, and it is worth cashing in the bond. E type bonds come in $10, $25, $50, $75, $100, $200, $500, $1000, $5000, $10000 and $100000 denominations.

For a $25 savings bond, the approximate worth would be between $100 and $140, depending on what month the bond was issued. To get an exact value, you need to identify the serial code and issue date on the bond, and go to this link - That will allow you to get the exact value of the bond. The bond can be redeemed at any financial institution that cash savings bonds.

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